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Evening ' Bulletin
From San Francisco:
Alameda Mar. C
America Muni . ...Mur. 9
For 8m Fr&netooo:
Hllouluu Feb. 25
China . .' Fob. 28
Wnwnot Mar. 7
Monua Mar. 4
Yoa can't lift a retail bnsinesB out
of a small neighborhood orbit unless
PUBLICITY IS THE ONLY
MEANS OF EXPANSION.
When the masses are informed
that tou actually exist, that you have
poods to sell, that yon offer induce
ment to the purchasers, then your
trade grows. This lesson h&s been
learned by every merchant who ad
vertises in the EVENING BULLETIN
Bulletin Ads are read by Honolulu's housewives
VOL. X. NO. 3?M
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
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Campbell For Wilder;
Objections Are Made
'Hint tlio Administration haa de
tided tu uiipolitt Chn. T. Vllder iih
Tax Assessor In tho plnco of Jas, Ij.
Molt wna inada perfectly plain yes
tvrtlny afternoon at the meeting of
the cxccutlvo conimlttco of the He
liubllcnn Central Committee. It Is
nlfo upparent that If tlio executive
committee endorse him, which It pro
luhly will in the' end. It will he In
lace of fctienuoua opposition on the
part of some of Its members.
The meeting was held at fi o'clock
jeatoidny afternoon, nml wuh attend
cd by a full vollni; membership, those
who woro not In the city bolng ,rep
lesentcd by proxies. A. 0. M. Hob
crtsnn presided, and the otheis pio
ent wcie John C. Lane, Win. Hnvldge,
V. 11. IMrrlngton, S. U. Desha,
through proxy held by K. J. Craw
lord; Ml. I.. Ilolstcln, through proxy
hold by David Knnuini; W. T. Hobln
on, through proxy held by Frank J.
Krucger; Arthur Ulce, through proxy
held by A. (1. M. UobcrUon: mid Wm.
A letter wna submitted fiom Treas
tircr Campbell nuking for tlio en
dorsement of tho couimlttco of Wil
der for the position of Tax Assessor.
Trnnk Krucgor moved that this be
NJU 1 OILHEK
KHTJU II m
Institution Is To
Unless $19,000 moro can bo raised
tn add to tho $80, 000 already pledg
ed, the proposition to erect n Chil
dren's Hospital vlll be abandoned
and all tho work already done will
go for naught. A statement to this
effect was mndo yesterday afternoon
by J in! go Dole.
The Judge bays that about $80,000
l.'is been subscribed so fur. A. S.
Wilcox subscribed $50,000, condition
al on tho balance being raised, and
(Conttnaoi en Page 3)
I The Good"
HE KASH CO., LTD.
Corner of Port "and Hotel Streets.
OF ALL LIQUOR
given, nnd 1'arrlngton aeronded tho
motion, but at this time the dogs of
war were let loose, strenuous opposi
tion to the endorsement being given
being cxpiessod by Crawford, Lane,
Kunuha and Ahla. They believed
there was widespread opposition to
Wilder nnd other competent mcu can
The (mention as to Wllder's stand
ing In the Republican party was
raised, but In regard to this Robert
ton reassured the objectors, stating
that Wilder had been endorsed by the
Republican precinct club of his pre
cinct when he hnd beon appointed a
deputy assessor, and that he hnd
rlgned the roll of tho club. The op
position then called attention to tho
fact that the Governor had failed to
consult with Eben Low, who had
been named by tho committee, and
that, as n matter of fact, he had abso
lutely ignored him.
'After considerable debate Craw
ford finally movc,i! to postpone action
on the matter" until next Thursday.
Lane, Knnuhji, Ahla and Crawford
voted In favor thereof, and Knrrlng
ton and Krueger against It, Robert
son and Savldge not voting, and tho
WIY CO. BUVS
No Decision is Reached
The Hawaiian Mahogany Company
held a meeting this morning at
which It was decided to purchase n
largo tie-sawing plant which will bo
used in its forests on Hawaii. An or
I der for the plant was this forenoon
j cent by sable.
Tho officers of tho company stated
nftor tho meeting that they had ilu
', elded to buy the plant from n factory
at Milwaukee, which had offered that
it would start to work on It within
(Continued on Page 2)
THIS LABEL STANDS FOR
PARAGON TROUSERS are
custom tailored, and the best
of everything is employed in
The cloth is shrunk in Cold
Water, whioh knits the fabric
together, preventing shrink
age through dampness.
Every good dresser must
have a few extra, pairs of
trousers; now is the time for
New Spring Styles
1 IKlf IN
Congress May Be Induced
To Abolish Liquor
ANTI-SALOON PEOPLE ABE
W0KK1NG ON THE QUIET
Ministers Are Reluctant To Talk and
Pass the Buck From One to
Another When Asked
If tho efforts now being mnde both
In Honolulu nnd tho Rational Capital
prove to bo successful, 'Hawaii will
go dry. It will be Impossible for tho
thirsty tu buy booze.
This Ib no Joke. It is a serious
fact, and it is not at all Improbable
that, on account of the dry wave
that appears to be sweeping over tho
country and that has banished the
(Continued on Past 4.)
Henry Vida has quit tho Republican
party. Whether ho will follow In tho
steps of Link McCandlcss and become
a Democrat la r.ot known at this time,
but ho has naked that his namo bo
struckon from tho roll f tho Seventh
I'recinct of the Fifth District, nnd has
requested that his namo ho erased
Irom all tho records of tho party In
which it may appear.
Vida sent his resignation from tho
preclr.ct club somo days ago to IS. J.
Crawford, who Is Its' president. Craw
ford laid tho matter before tho cxccu
tlvo committee of tho Central Commit
tee at Its meeting yosterday afternoon,
whoro It was "recolved and placed on
Vida told Crawford In a conversa
tion a couplo of days ago, that ho In
tended to chango his voting residence
from tho Fifth District to tho Fourth,
nnd this would lndlcato that Henry has
given up all thoughts of being a polit
ical leader, at least for tho nonce.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 24.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 9s.
101-Zd. Parity, 4.07 cents. Prev
ious quotation, 9s. 0 3-4d.
B. A. C. Long for plaintiff In tho
datnago suit of Attorney V. M. 11 rooks
against Judgo Wllfloy of Shanghai,
China, and his clerk of court, haa fllod
a llBt of authorities tn show that tho
plaintiff is not required to file a bill
your estate, business or pri
vate property. We'll col
lect rents, pay taxes, make
investments, and return
regular statements of in
We will act as Trustee,
Administrator, or Advisor.
WE'LL do the worrying
Fori SI. Bcnokiln
SOUGHT FOR HAWAII BY FEDERAL
Peculiar Question Is
Raised In Trial Of
Lee Sa Kee
Ib a man supposed to know wheth
er ho Is married or not? la his state
ment that ho la married to bo accept
ed In n court of 'nw as evidence, or
Is it a conclusion of luw, and there
fore hot to be accepted?
These questions were raised this
morning by Mngoon and Llghtfoot In
the course of the trial of Lee Sa Keo
for violation of the L'dmunds Act. If
tlioy am decided in tho negative by
Judge Dole, It will bring tho trlul to
a speedy and, with a verdict In favor
of tho defendant.
The Leo Sa Kee caso Is an old one,
wht.'ii ban been before the Court ou
nil coits of motions. The woman In
tho case, Dal Took Tal, wob tried
nearly two years ago, convicted nnd
sent to Jail. Sho was the wlfo or
was supposed to be tho wife of u
Uhincse nnmed Lau Kwal Sau.
When the case came up this morn
ing and n Jury had been selected, As
( Continued on Page 3)
Wm, V Williams, who fur many
years past has been tho keeper of tho
Honolulu harbor light. Is dying at Ills
homo on Artesian street of dysentery
and hiccoughs Ho Is 75 years of agu.
Htch Working To Get
An Assistant For
Thero Is a strong possibility that n
second Federal .lud?3 may bo appoint
ed to assist Judgo Dole In handling
the largo amount of work ho now has
to do. Mr. F. M. Hatch Is working In
Washington to obtain tho appointment
of such n Judge, nnd prospecto appear
to bo' fairly good that ho will bo suc
cessful. Tho work of tho United States Dis
trict Judgo for Hawaii Ih heavier thou
that of any other Judgo In tho Terri
tory. He not only haa nil tho Federal
criminal and civil work to handlo,
which since tho policy of enforcing In
this Territory the Kdinunds Act wna
Inaugurated has been very heavy, but
ho also has tn handlo the admiralty
work, which of Itself involves a large
amount of Inboi.
Judgo Dole stated yesterday that tho
(Continued on Page 4)
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 18.
J. Hopp & Go.
"K. Good Meals
- r i
Ministerial Union Has
Sent Memorial To
Tho Ministerial Union has taken
stops to prevent the repeal of tho Kd
niiinds Act In so far as it applies to
tho Territory, and haB gono on rcon!
as being absolutely opposed to any
modification of Hint measure. It has
stated Its position tn a memorial which
It has sent to tho House of Represen
tatives at Washington.
"Yes, that matter was taken up by
tho Ministerial Union," said Rev. Mr.
Crane, when asked about It this after
noon. "Attempts nro at prcsci; be
ing mndo nt Washington to hnvu thu
Edmunds Act changed or repealed as
far ns It operates In regard to tho Tei
rltory of Hawaii, and wo do not want
to see this carried through. I do not
remember tho exact text of tho me
morial which wo sent to thu House,
hut I do remember Hint It stated that
(Continued on Page 3)
James A. Rath of thu l'alama Mis
sion is very sick, and Is confined to
his bed, awaiting an operation outn
abscess. It will bo somu days beforo
he la out. ' ' "
In tho divorce matter of Lily I'etcr
I'a vb. I'etcr l'a, Judgo Lindsay this
morning granted a motion fur publica
tion'"!)? tho summons.
Tsunc Nnkashlmn was today grant
ed n divorce from Saylchlro Nnka
shtma on the grounds of non-support
No Suggestions Or
The lack of Interest which tho
community Is showing In tho work of
tho Tax Commission Ib being deplor
ed by tho members of that body, who,
while they are working hard, art)
hnmpcrod greatly because those who
should bo mainly Interested In see
ing an Improvement In tho tax laws
are apparently not Interested enough
to even mnko their complaints to the
"The Tax Commission Is up against
tho same trouble which similar bod
ies on tho mainland havo encounter
ed, namely: apathy and lack of In
terest on the part of tho community,"
said A. F. Judd this noon. "Wo nro
working hard nnd are making tho
dust fly, but we nro getting practi
cally no nBslstanco from those who
should be working tho hardest to-
(Continued on Page 4)
The Thermos Bottle
is a new Bottle that will re
tain heat or cold for days.
That means that you can have
ice-cold or boiling-hot drinks
miles away from ice or'flre.
Dismissal Of Negroes
Endorsed In Senate
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 25. President Roosevelt's dismissal of
the battalion of negro troops because of the Brownsville riots has been
endorsed by the Senate Committee on Military Affairs.
The Brownsville case grew out of the refusal of members of the bat
talion to testify against their fellows. It formed a source of one of Sen
ator Foraker's bitter attacks on the President.
hIiu hsnc lit War
nilj ySiiJb ui lids
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 25.
fifty war vessels in the San Francisco
NEW YORK, N. Y Feb. 25. President Roosevelt tedsy opened the
great subway tunnel that connects New York City with Hoboken, N. J.
The ceremony was participated in by the Governors of New York and
WANGANUI, New Zealand, Feb. 25. Webb defeated Ressider today
in the world's championship scullintr race.
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STOESSEL SEEKS PARDON
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Feb. 25. Gen. Stoisscl has petitioned
the Emperor for a pardon from the sentence of the court-martial.
ARREST MANY ANARCHISTS
TIENVF.Tl. Pnln . VfYi OK Tli
expected to follow the assassination
Chinese and Japanese Will Co-operate
With the Chamber of -
The Hawaii Orientals, both Chlnefo
and Japanese nro arranging for the
icception and entertainment of tho
United Stnlos licet, undor Admiral i:v-'
ans, which Is oxpectcd to arrive horo
The Chinese havo not yet held nny
meeting to discuss thu fleet affairs,
but a committee, consisting of Chu
P. 0, Box 4C9.
It is anticipated that there will be
harbor when the battleshio fleet
o-..V f f.,11., !.!. - i.:... .-
of Father Heinrichs.
Gem, picsldent of tlio United Chinese
Society, Chun Ming, of Kwong Yuen
Hlng Co., nnd C. K. At. of tho City
Mill Co., has been collided and lias
met ttlth tho npproal of J. A. Mor
gan of tho Chamber of Commerco.
When seen this morning Chu Gem
fatd that ho la walling for further In
structions from Morgan beforo-; - the
committee would do ntiythlng. Ho
admitted,' however, that tho commit
tee would cooperalo tu making tho '
U'ceptlons nnd entertainments suc
cessful. Manager Altai of tho Yokohama
Specie Hank said this forenoon that ho
had been osked by Morgan to render
iiHslstnnco In tho entertainment of
Undo Snm'B men. "
Know lug that delay la n danger,
(Continued on Paae 2) ..
Wear for Men
This Shoe makes a most sat
isfactory Every Day Shoe for
men. It possesses a combina
tion of Wear and Quality that
makes it the favorite Business
We recommend this Russia
Calf Blucher" to any man for
Wear. It has a Double Sole,
and is made 'on the Hub Last.
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