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The EVENING BULLETIN
pacific state8 tour.
fridaV, April 26, 1907.
Thlt vote It good until
May 14, 1907.
hut mum i moid reads ihe bulletin
Vol. IV No. 3677
HONOLUIYU rKRKITORTt OP HA WATI. Mil DAY APRIL 26. 1907
pyB3EBfiviJSitr Til tiTTiiii'S"3
VIEW OF JAMESTOWN "EXPOSITION, WHERE NAVAL DISPLAY TOOK PLACE.
N0HF0LK, VA.. APRIL 26. TIIE JAIIESTOWN EXPOSITION WAS FORMALLY OPENED TODAY WJT1I IMPOSING CEREMONY. PRES
IDENT ROfiSKVELT DELIVERED AN ADDRESS, AND LATER REVIEWED THE IMPOSING NAVAL DISPLAY IN WHICH' Tri WARSHIPS
OF THE LEADING NATIONS OF THE EARTE PARTICIPATED.
Jurors Abolish 'HAWlll'SHeipolis
For Rue! Militaiy IMSIS Has Happy
bv (fa & f aa r tp a s
(Aitoctutrit f';r 8tictal Cnbtnl
SAN FRANCISCO. CnL, April 2G.
The examination of the jurors for
the trial of Abe Ruef was continued
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of tho day.
MADC IN NEW YORK
P'y ..n t a
" iff t: WVi
THE KASii t0 Ltd.,
UKVisiom sm i-emiiies
AmocUiicd I'ntt Svclul OaiU)
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 2G.
The present military division, except
1 the Philippines will be abolished
June 30. This department will be
1 Tho traveler who mal.es the most
trips Is the tiljihuinmcr.
. h ii iii.ininni i
in thoroughly cleansed containeis dc
1 livered to any part of the city. Leave
WELLS FARGO EXPRESS
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
Lest, and that his place is the place
where the best could be obtained,
must see that the facts conform to '
Ins statements, nnrl thnt his fronds nrf '
in pvmv tt'nv nn in the ttarrlnrrl TJi
had better never try to sell to a man
than to mislend him or to exaggerate; i
tiT thA pusrnrtini unit miifilrlv HiiAt, r
v. ...u vmm.w..w ..... ijutwni; ui"vi-
t.r snrli nrnntire nf misrnrtrntlnrf i
There is never danger of a protest
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.
TEL MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL.
.Miatott H - tftffliiini'sittfar - H -
CHICAGO, I!)., April 28. Con
pressmen who are coin;; to Hawaii
arrived here todf y. They will arrive
at St. Louis Frilay. where they will
be joined by tic delegation travel
line; by the Southern route. They
will proceed together to San Fran
cisco. VERONA, Italy, April 20. A
rhnrp earthquake shock was felt here
BLACK DIAMOND, Wash., April
ku. aii explosion in tnc &ioe mine
today killed three men and injured
rntiluKiniii Mates that
!'"' l- wm Conn lm lcrlilll
fiiv.irnl.lu to lilem, In tho .-uho ..r
",w VJ " iniiuit".
This muriuh'S the local Riipivino
An easy lunik by any other iiumo
WOlllll 111) jUSt UK fodllhll.
Dl.ink liookH of nil not tB, loJgerA,
etc. nmniirnrtiireil hy tho rtullettu Pub
liblilng Company. v
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
Hopp Sfc Co.,
ir''ty -f-frisW :i iUwAi(-a&frl' . -1 ,
The llelliipollx with 'Ji Spanish
liiiiiilKiauts aiiheil this afternooii
Mill Is now lieliiK InspoLtdl hy t lie
Qiiurantlne iIih'Ioim. Thu trip wai
pleasant all thu waj thioiiKh an.l
there was no (,-ieat anioiint of sick
tiess at an time. At present tlieie
nn seven cases of measles anil 0110
of mumps on lni.it il, tlieso bcliiK the
only (ontiiKlous illscascs aiiiiiiiK the
The liniulKrantH aio a lontenteil
lookltiK lot ami saluted thu Bulletin
lepoiter with w.nes of their huts
mill cheers as he eamo aloiiRsldo.
Thoy Htato that thoy hud a very
pleasant time on the way over and
no to well satlnlieil with their treat
ment thnt they hnu tnado n line, in
xerlueil wltji the words "Vlvu Kl Cap
Itau V I.os Otlli'lales del llucjiio"
l.oiiB Mfo to tho Captain nnd
tt -:t a : ;: a a : n a a a
it it it it -X- it it it it it it
Ollleers of tho ship, which will ho pie
i.enteil to thu iiiptaln when thoy ilU
eiiihaik toiuoriow iiioiiiIiik at thu
Channel dm k.
Thciu aiu over a 00 children iu
the inity, 3110 of tlieso beliiK Infants.
There were 18 deaths and 13 births
on the ship on tho way over. Tlueo
who died weie women and tho rest
rhlldipii. the latter mostly Infants.
l)r .Mcl'heibnn anil lils'asslstant. I)r
I eltch, am both very well satlslleil
v. Itli Hie health of the liniulKrantH
and state that they noer i nil acmes
LVillllllllKi J ' I
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14 111 IE
Is Back Here To Open
llonry Vlda. formerly Assistant
Sherlrt miller A. .M. Drown, urrhed
h) the A lameila this inornliiK and
will tiiiniedlately open an employ
ment oi:iie for the purpose of ship
Iiik laborers In the Coast. The la
bor market nil nut thu I'aiiflc Coast
i In very bad shape and lilch wukcs
imc the rule, thoiiRh this Is counter
balanced by the fact that the neces
sities of life are also ery lustly.
Vlda has left the employ of dray
llrotlicrs. the San Francisco contrac
tors, and will attempt to get men
here for work with the Southern 1'n
clllc ltallrii.nl and Northern Califor
nia lumber camps, lie particularly
drslrcs to Ret Portuguese but will
piohnhly take all (he Ilawallans who
I'PPb for positions. Just what terms
lie v. Ill offer hi rcKtud to payment of
fa i ii to those who accept positions
loulil not be ascertained.
"'I liu only trouble I feur that I will
luit with the men," said Vlda, "Is
that I cannot got them through San
I'lanclsco. They ro thnt far wIIIIiik-
0 enough, but from thnt point on
the are too anxious to pick up the
.din, ut tho kooiI wiirch offered them.
1 hae hopes of KettliiK a number of
lieu to K back with me.
' I am not going to stay long In
town. I do not know Just when I will
f.o back but It will bo soon."
m m Bins
(loveiror Carter today notified tho
Legislature that he had signed the
House Hill 111, relating to gnruUh
mem. House Hill I'd", to protect tho pub
lic on tho public streets and other
I iili'lc grounds from nnluiuls.
House Hill 20T, to protect tho own
ers of bottles and siphons used in til)
maniifactuiu and sale of Hoda wutors,
House Hill 225, Alt 102, to iruthorlzo
the appointment of llscal ngents 'by
House Illll 22S. relating to the reg
istrar of public accounts.
Senate Hill 87, to provide for tho
pioUctlon of birds beneficial to the
f. rests of tho Teirltory and to define
it it it-it it ii ii it ii it ii it it
u party of people easier to handle
than those on the Hcllopolls.
Tlieie Is one priest on board, who
was a soldier through tho Cuban
vnr and who looked after tho wc'
furo of tho passengers on tho way
A Baby Cloud
may spread out into general
blackness. So it ii with an
accident no bigger than a
man's hand. This cripples
the family income, sub
jects everyone to severe
self-denial, makes every
thing look dark and black.
Little clouds are nuickly
dispelled by the piercing
rays of light from a policy
in the Standard Life and
Accident Insurance Co.
Fort St. Bcriolul"
tiX-nx. t, .. , . iiAi.-u ,
Hawaii Wants Loan
(Special Ihilktln Wireless I
IIII.O. Huunll. April 20 -tlrcnt interest Is fen bete In the rliatires
for gettliiK the County loan through itie l.i-jilslaiiiie S"ine wtn--
Icss efforts lmt been made lo Induce the U'rIsI ii to ilela ail-
JouriiiiiPiit a whole day In order lo Increase tin- Mine In wlilth the
loan bill will haxe for pnssaKe Chairman Todd of Hi- ll.i.ti.l ,i rfup
erlsors Roes to lloiiolulii In the Klnaii with Hie ni,."wii .in. huh nts
An Appropriation Of
r.fiih l).i- r.irenoou Swilim
lloiiolulii lll get her new High
School nflei 411 -IT the Senate and
the Coternor aio ngreeablu anil stand
b the adloii taken by the House
this inornltiK- I
That action was taken while the
House was In Couunlttee of the Whole
iiiiislderlng llouao Illll 2 IT., making
special appropriations fiom thu l.oin
This bill (oiilalneil an Item of
tTa.OOO for the completion o( the
Nuuanii dam. Hut this amount is
not enough to finish the dam, and
after Maul and Kauai got through
cterday pudding their own Items,
there was not $T.1.U00 left In the un
expended bnlance of the fund. Thorn
was only about $."!. Olio.
Kalelnpu, theiefore, innwd Hint
the dam fund be got elsewhere, mid
that tho balance, which rightfully
belongs lo O.ihti anyway, be spent
for" the completion of the Kallhlwae
n a School and for a new High School
building for Honolulu.
The linn a proved complacent nnd
two new II uns were therefore Insert
ed In the . .11, one appropriating S3.-
Mill ,. . otnplction of the Kallhi
school and the other appropriating a
little mine than rri,000 f(ir tin, llo
iiolulii High School building.
House illll IMS was taken up In
Committee, of the Wholo soon after
tho House w-.is called to order this
morning ,nnd It nt once became evi
dent that the members had cooled oft
mer night and thnt certain trades
had been made. Kauai was given
wlinl she asked for, being allowed to
spend her $11,000 for landings nod
wharves Instead of for school build
ings. There was no opposition.
The dam matter was touched on
only Incidentally this morning. Chll
lingworth's minority report was in
tioduced by Itlce, but was deferred
for action until this afternoon, wlie-i
the whole Dam matter will be taken
up and fought out to a finish.
MONEY ALU OONK
Tho Klnanco Committee, reported
on House Hilt HO, making special
appropriations for the use of tho Oov
eminent of tho Territory during tho
I'cxt two ears. The bill rarrled np
i roprlatlons aggregating 208,0I0,
Tor new school buildings, etc. Ths
(Continued from Page 2)
JHB BULLETIN AOS. PAY
When it comes to foot-fitting. Every man is entitled to get
that comfort at our store. For we insist on him getting that for
which he is willing to pay.
Our immense stock of Tan Oxford Ties are the Greatest
Foot Comforters known. Perfect Fitters, Long Wearers, Good
Lookers. Foot-fitting is an art. Our salesmen are artists at the
business and have the "know-how" principle.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,,
1051 FORT STREET.
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Veto Of $20,000 Expense
For King's Vault
Mill IJn) Ton n He -Ion
Thu bcr.ut this inn nliu.' dug it
Muni U 10,000 ioiiiiI) linn Mil from l"
premaliiro grave and passed it I'.n
ikntl the Maul members had iloii'i
some good mtfaslonart work with Hiiim
who foriuvrl) (ijijhimm' the bill, for tl
uieusme lusted third leading, practl
ally without opposition mid witu ie
The old loan bill has been re
,.,e. i i mat It now contains onl om
l; i. lu.a.cly $152,000 for Nuiiami dam
I ,iu oaulde uuiubeis showed them
iches uad lo fight. Knudsen o
Kauai pruunti'd an auieiidnitni wlier,
by the use of thu habitue or the oil
loan fund tor the dam would be pi"
lilblted and was backed strongly I.)
Coelho uf Maul,
The Governor's inii of tho $20.00
appropriation for u iiuK fur the ip-i
kings and dilefs of the KalaUaua 1 1 it
nnd others, (auseil coualileiilile dls, us
blon. Smith gave Kalak.'iu.l u warn
irlbulo and foiighl strenuously for to
overriding of the cto. suciee,un
cgalusl u mliiorlt) whlih oppused iu
bill fur economic reasons.
Home Illll 2ob, providing for an el.c
trie franchise at Ijlialna, House lul
L3r,, presiding a sinking fund lm- tin
redemption of iuaiit buiiu-, pasMi
virro ok vault mi.u
A message was reielud from tie
Ouernor relating lo Semite Illll l'"
upproiirlntlng $2U,0W fur the presona
tiou uf iho runialns ut kings and hli
ililefs of Hawaii In a proper vault, ui
grounds of huk of sullUlent funds
Smith spoke strongly in faor of tin
hill. Tin. conference .committee wn
cutting dnwu tho appropriation bills
great ileal, mi that the Terrltoiy won1,
not be so short or funds after all Id
liuiied to override the eto.
Chlllinguortli said tho motive was
u laudable one. but the Territory h.ie
better not incur this expense before 1
was in a better financial condition
Smith suld. that the good llnancla
condition of Hawaii was mainly due t
King Knlakaua, who hud obtained tl
passage of the leclproclty treatj wh
many other distinguished men h
lulled it was duo to ills memory t!i .
his remains l,e preserved.
Tho veto was overriden by the fo
Avcb lirown, Coelho, Gandall. Hew
lit. Lane. McCarthy. Makehau, Hudth,
Noes Dowsctt, Katama, Knud ieti
Chiuingworth, Knudjcu 5.
Action was deferred on the veto o
Houeo Illll 1C3, appropriating $12,00u
for the Wulmeu, Kauai, rler, embank
ment. Action on the veto of the Income lax
(Continued on Page 2)
TEL. MAIN 282.