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iOne Vote Fon
if STKAMEH TAHT.E M
From San Francisco:
Korea Apr. 30
Alameda May 1 7
For San Francisco: ij
Sonoma Apr. 23 M
Cliltm Apr. 20 K
From Vancouver: j
Monnn Mny 4 g
For Vancouver: fi
Manuka Mny 1 j3
The EVENING BULLETIN
PACIFIC STATES TOUR.
TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1907.
Thli vote Is good until
May 17, 1907.
NEARLY EVERVBODY IN KONOiyiU READS THE BULltTIN
HONOLULU. rKHRITORT OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. APRIL 30. 1907
Jfniau ft Uknts
V. f- . J
f Legislators Are Finishing
Two Years Before
New Fortification Work
Will Be Completed
Col. 8. W. Uoesslcr, Chief of tint
V. S. Army UnilmrrH fur tin- I'aellk
Division, nrilved hoio )osterdny mi
tho Korea ami lifter it shoit time
pent In consultation Willi Captain
Utwcll, dinvo nver the Diamond Head
reservation with tluit nilleer iiml will
iiaho nil eciiiiihiii In I'earl llnibor
I hist iiftvriinoii. lie Ktnteil this morn
ing thnt the work of fortlf.vlug Ho
nolulu would lint In' In Mich slmpe
thnt the win); wimlil niiiKe liny up
pieeliihlu showing for sW iiiniithtt ami
Ihul II woulil tul) two je.irri lit tho
linst lieforc the formication would
I'c completed iiml remly to lie turned
liver to the Hoops for occupation.
When Intervle'Veil hy n llnlletiii
lepoiler, he said:
"I have mine down here under In-
Klrmtlomi from the Chief of KiikI- I'- mufct be lemembeied that at least
necrH, to ((insult with Captain Otwcll fK months would linvo to bo allowed
on the. matter of formications. I , filer all the work Ih Mulshed, for the
I'hall remain hero fur nbcuit a wool;.' masonry to hat den before a gun could
until tho Mongolia sails, mid In that J"' tired.
time will have been able to do every- "I m forry to have to leavn Ilono
thliiK that I liavu comn down hero '"hi to noon, as I should like to stay
lor. jlieio and take a rest, but I must get
"The woik of hulldlnR fortlflen-i back to the CoaBt for other work. I
IIiiiih at Honolulu will take a lon l'lo to be down hero aRnln. howev
t!me. as the conditions which nr to ei. and then ho ablo to spend more
he dualt with arc iiiiiihii.iI. In the, time."
litst tilace. tho conditions here, belni; Colonel ItooHHler Is a man nppar
mi far fiom tho marlict where huh- cntly about fifty years of nee, with
piles can bo obtained, will cause n
lieat delay. Then the. market for'
material Is overloaded with nulers. A'
(treat deal of the material needed,
mch iih machinery, will liuve to ho
purchased In the K.iat and tho deal
i ih hao orders ahead m far that
tliree months' factory ilcllcry Ih do-'
iiiR very well Indeed. I
"The trnnspoi tut Ion problem Ih iiii-I
other one which Cannes us some Hon-;
I !. Wo can net no quick dolhery
hern and any delivery Is uncertain
mi account of the coiikchHoii of
frclnlit attendant on tho San Fran-1
i h.co rush In hulldltiK and other lll.o
MAOl IN NtWVOSK
"The mutter of lenient Is nn Im
portant one, iih n great ileal of It will
lie nceileil hero The best tmllty
lilt ii can ho oliliiliieil on the Pacific
Coast Ih oliinlneil fniin foreign mar
kets mill with the ichulldlug of Sill
l-'inncisco mill the booms In building
In l'urlliiliil mill Seattle, there Ih prno.
tlcnlly none to lie nlitnlneil. The car
goes which lire now on the wny have
nlreiiily been sold, unit It limy he sonio
tlnio hi' fine this niatei'liil ran he ob
tatneil. "I should ay that It wonlil bo
about at least nix montliH before the
work won M bo well enough ulotig to
make an nppieelable Hhowlug, anil
that It wonlil take at least two yearn
befoie the fortlllrallon wink, as lalil
cut at piesent, would be completed.
Irmi-Rrcy hair anil lfcen eyes. Ho
ImprcsscH ono as a man who knows
t bout what he Is talking and iih one
who would do nnythtiiK which lie
once started In on.
i -t- "I'eiey Is out of daiiBcr."
This cablegram was reielved
f this inorului; by tho family of
i Percy Llshman, who wns hurt on
l-t- board tho Siberia. The table wttH
from a member of tho family lit
in thoroughly cleansed containers de
livered to any part of the city. Leave
WELLS FARGO EXPRESS
The Valoe 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 evtry 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
leccived when a coat or suit is rec
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
which has the endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
t r-n i . r p,
Lane Fights Confirmation ,
Because 0? Wallach
Mill Day I'oionoon Session.
The Somite had u lively icsslon this
foienoon. The prlnrlpal light was on
the cotillrmntluu of the appointment of
Hr. Wnyson as a member of the lloaiil
of Health. Lane opposeil this. stating
that as n matter of principle be did not
want Widmiii n appointed as he, hail
defied the Senate In the Wallach mat
ter. Others, however, defended the
doctor. They spoko of the members of,
the Hoard us poor, misguided and be-
. . - . . . .
,il.tlil,iil ,n,irt..la .l,i t f i.lll (-11 1 tllfil llllll '
irred, hud ul least ucled utiordliiK to
ihelr IlKhts, such na lliey were. Somo
ndmltteil that ll wan conceivable that
I ho Senate might err Wnyson was
Kltcn u cluwlug tribute by these speak
ers and his continual lun was carried
without verj Kiiat opposition.
Smith guo the (jineinor u tap on
ills iliaiaeterl.liiK the Semite iih "lack
HK capacity" In one of his veto mes
s a Res'. He said that such remarks
were absolutely uncalled fur.
I'lesldent l'lnlilinni of the Hoard of
Health wroUi acknowlcdRtiiK the re
celpt of tlin resolution, which asked the
Hoaid to relent towards Wallach. lie
btuUd that tho Hoard would he ready
to meet and hear anything which tho
Senators or others inllit have to Kiiy
on the nultcr, between 4 and 8 p. m.
at the Senate Chamber.
TO LUNCH WITH qltkkn.
Queen l.llliiokulani wrotp InvitliiB the
Senate and Its milters to attend a
luncheon at her Wntkikl place next
Thursday. Shu loiiKrutulated tho U'K
islaturo uu the itoml work ll had done.
On motion by Smith tho Invitation was
accept ed with thanks.
The Judiciary Committee iciioited on
the veto of Senate Hill 10, relation to
nisi m I
pounds. leconnniiidlnk' Its jiasnaKo over' R. H. F. Lishman of Honolulu was
the veto. Coelho so moved. Knlama tendered temporarily insane by a fall
moved to defer. This was lost. Tho , on ft,, foe f the Siberia. He is ex
leto wan overrldilcu by n voto or 12jrected to rccover,
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PA3IS, Fiance, April 30. Con
sul Vizzavoni, vho has served at Ho
nolulu, has bc:n transferred to Mes
una. ll. Ouilettc succeeds him.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, April 30.
The railway strike has ended and
the demnnded increase granted.
OPEN TO -
Lowers & Cooke Bldg.,
OLD LOAN BILL
House lit 11 91. the meillinl bill, this
litlernooll passed H'liniil renilltlK Willi
' "'' , ,
House Hill Jl.i. making appropria
tions from tho balance of the old loan
linn!, enine up for thlnl rending.
Makekau moveil to stilko out the
i $1,'.(i item for the completion of the
rinllhl-wuenn scuool. The motion was
lost hy n vote of I aye and 10 noui.
Knudscn mined to Insert $000(1 for
vluincs and landings and $.UO0 for
school hiilldliiKS on Kauai. Lost.
The hill panned third leading by a
vole of 8 ayes mid noes.
Knlama offered a resolution piovlil
lug for payuient foi t lit' clerk for lpe
wrltlng the mluiitiM of the session at
certain lates. Smith mined to tefer It
to the Accounts Committee.
lliown moved to reconsider the vote
on the U-thulnultina prollts bill. This
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i,i,i tlitr.l r.tftilltitr Thlj ,tirrlnl
"' . i.m'iihiii . it... ....
Hill 1IIJ. the teachers' pen-
failed to pass third reading.
The House pasted the Semite's Stand
ard Oil hill this afternoon
SAK FRANCISCO. Cal., April 30.
Tw,utv.nve Coi.LiLJimen comnoSinr
Aweuiy-nve yoiifciuimeii, composing
" Darty of invited guesti, sailed for
'Hawaii today in the transport Bu-
The transport carries 2000 tons of
Christian Herald flour for the starv
ing people of China.
IISHMANS BAD FALL
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. April 30.
GUATEMALA CITY. C. A., April
1 30i A bomb thrown at the carriage
of President Cabrera killed the horses
land wounded General Orelliana and
ST. PETERSBURG. Russia, April
30. The lower house of Parliament
has adopted the Governments re
J. HOPP & CO., THE FURNITURE PEOPLE, HAVE COMPLETED
THE MOVING OF THE SAMPLE PORTIONS OF THEIR STOCK TO
THE LEWERS & COOKE BUILDING ON KING STREET. IN THEIR
NEW LOCATION THEY HAVE THREE FLOORS AND BASEMENT DE
VOTED TO FURNITURE-MAKING AND SELLING.
THE FIRM EXTENDS A CORDIAL INVITATION TO THEIR MANY
OLD CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS TO INSPECT THEIR NEW QUAR
THE NEW STORE WILL BE OPENED AT 8:30 O'CLOCK ON M0N
DAY MORNING, APRIL 29. v
J. Hopp & Co.,
Up Work Rapidly
Only Three Members
Dared To Oppose
Until Day Forenoon Session
Tho Homo Is consistent In somo
things, anyway. When It starts out I
to boost salaries, it refuses to he)
turned asldo frum Its lourse. The
boost boch, if it takes a Job.
That's the way It wan with tho
County salary ait, (HtlnRly labeled 1
tne "Grab Hill." True, tho fact that i
(he Krnbs were so clearly pointed out '
by tho press had tome offect au-J
mine of the worst grabs were pared
down before the House finally relln-.ltss
ipilsbed the hill to the (iovornor, but
there still remained enoiiKh of them
10 make tlin hilt deserve Hh ikIIihih
Hut the CoM'inor vetoed tho c,rab
bill. The. uto came down to tho
House this mornltiK. And It took tho
1 1 ohm Just about five minutes to
r.Nerrlde that veto. Thero were only
tliree members who cared enough or
had backbone enough to Mite against
the motion to override. Speaker Hoi
k'.eln and ltvpreseutiittves Long and
Rawlins wore tho ones who went on
u cord as being opposed to the grab.
Whon the llotisu cninu -;onetbcr
this morning there was a bunc.li of
IKo vetocH Htariug It In tho fare,
theso being tho principal" business on
tho cnlondar. Another veto cams
down from the Governor during tho
ll, rimlnir However, final action Wail
"'w " .-.,
taken on only two or mem. mo ve
toes of the grab hill and of tho Sen
ate hill appropriating money for tho
preservation of the i cumins of thu
kings and chlefH of Hawnll bolng ov
erridden. Tho others were nil post
loncd ui..: t. ' aT'o-nnnn or tomor
row. Uefoie recess was taken, the
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Them will bo a circus, and you will
bo In It. If ou overtax your strength
by keeping your own books In addition
to other work, You will Unci economy
In arranging with tho Henry Wnt-r-houso
Trust Co.. Ltd., to attend to that
tort of business for yon. l'hono Kx
.-- BULLETIN AD8. PAY "WCi
& Cooke Bldg,, King St.
Is Candidate (If
Several have asked about the new
entry in the list of those contesting
to represent Hawaii Miss Kawainut,
who first appeared in the third count
with a healthy lot of votes to her
It was not long to wait to learn of
the young lady's accomplishments.
incidentally she is .the daughter of a
man who was a leading factor in Ha-
wan s welfare during his life. One
of Hiss Kawainui s friends sends in
the following letter:
Editor Evening Bulletin: En-
closed you will find sixteen votes for
This young ladv will be a crcat
credit to Hawaii, for she possesses a
irlicinns ehnrnr.ter. frond rdnmtinn.
and can sing as well as Mrs. Alapai,
...i. .i..ir?..i tr ii - .i. 'i '
,u uuvi-iuKu wu on iuc mum-
land last year. i
During Miss Kawainui's attend-
rncc at the Normal School she was
one of the leading sopranos there,
and also of the Kawaiahao choir, her
voice being cultivated by the noted
singing teacher, Mrs. Anna B. Tuck
er, is strong, tou king nnd extremely
melodious; in fitct, she has all the
accomplishments that will surely en-
ari1 !,. tn ailw, " ! TTan-att
-Wl. ,4V, ,W UM-V.b,.,. Mnni.
. . , . . ...
People on th mainland like to
hear Hawaiian songs; therefore we
must Send thcac who can warble
It would he n rood thine- if th-
T.!rw Sl n-nl,1 critr o nnnrarf in
,uvnj w.a nw,,w Hv t -Vlivvi, ,.
each city they would visit. Miss Ka-
wainui and Miss balfrey are willing
lo do this.
A PROKOTER FOR HAWAII.
Waimar.. lo, April 26, '07.
Even . his date there are some
who (In net understand that they
can sccurr votes for their favorites
in the contest for the Pacific States
Tour by getting subscriptions. Sub-i
scriptions count up rapidly and there I
it no better way of helping the
oung women along. The number of ,
votes given with the subscriptions for
arious periods follows: ,
iBaily, 1 year $8,00
Daily, B months 4.00
Daily, 3 months 2.00
Daily, 1 month 75
Weekly, 1 year $1.00
Weekly, 6 months 50
Among the passengers to sail for tho
Coast yesterday on the Clilnn was ii.
K Dillingham of this city. He Is on
a busliiess -rip to San Francisco and
cxpectH lo be back In four weeks unless
compelled to go East hy some unex
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 Tics 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. i
Attorneys 12 II Mifl.malian ami S.
II. Dcih) ate winding up their legal
business In this tin ami preparing lo
leave for San c'ramlsni The will
probablv go lo the Coast onrl In ihf
nulling Kail. Hoth Ihei-e allorneH me
membeiK of the firm of Klntic. Me
Clanahan & Deibx and have occiiplrd
l. piomlueiit iHi.'ltlon mining the legal
iratcrnlt) of this city, particular!) In
cares which Involve admiralty affairs.
When asked In refeienco lo his planf
Ibis afternoon Mr MiClanahan nalil.
"I'or tome time I have bts'ii ihluk
lug of going lo the Const on account ol
the fact Unit I have found that u (old
er climate will be better for m famlh
ami, ns i
have been offered very gooe
uts lo lo go to San Prauclsco
'iuw;.,l1,,,cl,'7l u,lTlV '"i"1 m".1 ?" "
tho Kali. Mr IktIi) has decided lo ai
tMllj , ,,,,,1 ,. UU t. assoclati..
. imsluess theiem we have been lu-ie
"We are now closing up all the leg.i
business that we have on our hauib
and took the last new suit In whkb
e whl take part here, on Satiirdav
At -ci tl.li we will devote all our ul
..iitlon to winding up the buslnc,
which we lnve on Ii-miiI."
i:. It. .Mi Clanahan Is one of the lies
known law-vent In Honolulu and wn
recently candidate on the Dctuocrntt,
ticket for Delegate to Ci'ii,7i-p"S, bi-lw
.!... ... 1... it. 1 1-..I.1.. ,,.. ,...
' UfllUll'l! II) IJIIICO 1VIIIIIII. Ill- ll
faciei! ns attorney for n number or Inrei
firms In this clt mid as a corisnatloi
lawer has few eipials in this city,
S- " Derby Ih perhaps tho lies
:'"vn "moug the )oiiiiger iittornev.
OI Illl til)
mil Is also the second Judg'
..- ,1... Il.t.l., ...(., .nl.l.... I. ..I...
Wi,iim.y'H ii.ko when he is away. H.
Uih n largo iieivonnl iiriiuultitnncv u
thu clt) and In u legal wav Is ald u
bo among the best In the Teirltoiy
HI" rpeclalt) Is admlnillv cai.es am
i ho has achieved a llrst clans rcputalloi
In this line
WHEN YOU'RE BURT
This great question confront'-
nearly every man of moderate mean ,
I "" "'' ' 'hoiM get injured how wouM'
ny wife nnd children live 1"
And the man who is wise, nnd fa
feeing answers: "On my policy in t' i
Standard Life and Accident Insux
nnce Co., which is my best friend.'
Few men, indeed, can afford to be
'without such n policy. It is on the
' same principle as "in times of penes
prepare for war."
Fori St. Hcnolul'-
Shoe Co., Ltd.;
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL.
1051 FORT STREET.
TEL. MAIN 282.
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