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proaches advertising in effectivencasim
When he advertises in the
Evening Bulletin -tN
for example, he sends Thousands up-1,
on Thousands of Couriers Among the'
People to Proclaim His Goods. Thus rf
he becomes known to a steadily en-
larging public, and a steadily en
larging public means new customers
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VOL. X. NO. 3970
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. APRIL 7. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
OiiT mircr up
Hm I iVllHl gill
U e3 vl H m V Ri9B IH1 W
In Phkhani's Fevor
T lie IIIlii Hoard of T.iilu Jinl Ship
pers' Wharf Committee bus nlioady
endorsed I.. E. I'llikham for t'io pro
hloncy of tlio Hoard of Health. A
wlrelisi inrnoiiKo lo this tlTio.. was
iccrliod yesterday liv President
(iimi. V. Hmllli of tlm Merchants' As
nidation, and it ir expected thai I ho
tiustctn of the riianl)r of Cnnmirroo
anil the directors of tin- Mcrclinnth'
Association will (!') lio untie when
they meet In i1Ihcus this subject at
lh meolliii: callnl for Iho purpqr.c
GREAT TRUST GIVES OUT FIRST STATEMENT OF ITS
EVER PRESENTED TO STOCKHOLDERS SAYS
SURPLUS BELONGS TO STOCKHOLDERS
NEW YOKK. N. Y., March 23.
Tho animal report of tho ' (American
Sugar Ucllnlng Company, thu flrat
uer nmilo puhllc by that corpora
tion, was Issued toilay. H Hliow.i not
(-atnliiKH for the Jc.ir ended Dec. 28
or $S,7l!l,:!!il and n kiii plus for tho
jcar of t-MIII.IIGl uftcr payment of
seven per cent, dividend-). Tho cash
on hand wan JG.OlG.'.lSi; ii'nd tho
liondH and Blocks held for ua ;ih re
serve $i;,!in::,8i!). In adilitlon there
was Included In tho comp.iny'H assets
Jl'.iifin.r.no of loaiiB. Tho report
rlatcfl Unit tho cash iiKsctu and cafcli
EiirpliiH for tho yrur may bocni cou
sldcralilo to tho etocliholdcrQ lint thu
dlrectoru.wlsh to IniprcsH upon them
the ne."cnUy of having a I.miko in
nerve coiihIhIIiik of cash and cash
iikm'Ih. It hi declared that whatever
tun-plus thero la IicIoiikh to tho stock
lnddi'i'H. So far as'ciisiiorns a fur
thor ntntonicnt of dotallH of tho com
pany's nffnlrB tho report says only
Information for which all stockhold
ers at large may iibK will ho elvon.
If, however, tho agitation with re
gard to publicity should result In n
law specif) Iiir whnt Information
hlmll he glien lo Ktockholdcis tho di
In Flannels and Serges
PLAIN AND IN STRIPES.
These arc the very swcllest and nattiest, trousers of
the season. They are all looped for belts, and have side
buckles. We offer them at prices from
CORNER OF FORT
HiIh aCl' i noon
"A member of Iho Hoard of Health
I'lml.i' In mo nli'uit (lie matter," tiaid
I'm Mont Oci) W. Bmllh thin morn
lug. "Ho Hlatc.l that ho hnp'd Btrong
ty lliul I'iiikliani would ho ulldorsoj
hy liur.liiphs iiu'ii, nnd I feel certain
th.it thl.i will lio itono. If you will
trail the- account nir.do of Iho meet
Ins of tho Hoard of Health yesterday
afternoon ym will m-o that It amounts
limrtlcally t'i eti endorsement of 1'lak
rectors declare they will promptly
comply with It.
The New York Commercial refers
to tho report as follows:
After maintaining sllcnca In ro
gaul to Hh business and financial op
erations for moro than 21 ears
ever since Its organization tho Am
erican Sugar llcflnlng Co. yesterday
fulfil lent tho proinlno made at its an
nual meeting In January, am! took
its shareholders Into its confidence
hy Issuing tho first annual report In
Its history. This report, which show.
ed tho company to bo prosperous, re-
ipaled net earnings for 1(107 of JK
7l'.i,!!)l; dividend dlshuiscmeuts of
SR.20a.'J3(l and a siirntus for the
year of ?2, 119,301, as well as assofs
amounting to Si:i.'!,U9.2.
Though the directors added, In .i
circular letter to tho compauy'H
shareholders, signed C. U. llclkc,
secretary, lhat they will uso "reas
nnabln dlKcretlon" In preparing and
publishing Information regarding the
corporation's transactions wbeh they
"wll endeavor to oxcrclso for tho
general Interests," It was felt In
Wall Street mid In sugar circles that
(Continued on Page 0.)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
' T &4
LOPEZ HIDING IN
Shots Are Exchanged But
Fugitive Is Not
According to tho latest authentic In
formation 1.0PCZ, tho I'm to Hlcan who
escaped from tho O.iliu prison moro
than tlirco mouths ago, In at prencnl
hiding In the Kallbl valley, not moio
than a few mljv.s fioin tho most tr.n
tied thoroiighlnroB of tho uty. tci
tain parties lUlug at Kahhl lately fur
nished tho High Sheitff wil'i .lie ill
loimatlon that tho escaped convlet
was living nt n pluco helongliig to a
local business man In thu valley. This
party not only doscrlbnd the fcatiitei
of tho fugltlvo, but nlro gave a mimits
(leseilptlou of tho clothing which ho
vas known to ho wearing, mid ldeiitl
OpiI Ids picture in tho roguca' gallery.
Acting on this litfornintldii emis
saries wcro sent liy tho High HhcrlK
to thoj.spot described Inbt evening.
Througli muddy roads the party inndo
its v.'iiy to thu placo whero tho I'orto
Hlcan wns supposed to bo living and
surrounded tho hnuso. A dog began
to bark and tho officers crouched low,
waiting for da light which would givu
theni a better chnneo, when Hinldciily
it man, who in thu misty dawn looked
ery much like tho convict, nppeared
at tho door, and without warnjnv be
gan blazing away nt tho officers. After
a fuw shots had been exchanged, tho
man made his way to thu mad. At
tho same tlmo lip called out In Ha
waiian, and this convinced thu xisso
that hu was not tho man they wanted
and ho was nllowcd lo escape. Later
on 11 was loaruod that tho man, who
was n part-I'orttigucso, had been In
structed by bis rnipluyorH to shoot
any Intrude who might lrlt tho
pluco at night, and hu hnd carried his
Instructions out to thu letter. Hu ex
plained that hu had filed off nil the
rnrtrld'icnlu .his possession, and had
then inadO Tor surety. I In said thnt
ho had taken thu officers for robbers
and that hu bad been fully convinced
that after hu 1ml left thu premises his
family hud been slaughtered.
In tho meantime tho Informants
maintain that they have seen thu fug-
Jthe In thu alley, and tho High Sher
iffs men are still Investigating tho
matter. Thu deputies trucked the
fugitives in SValalua, finding suvcral
caves In which thu man had mmlu his
quarters, but owing to tlio fact that he
Is constantly changing Ills base, mov
ing with great rapidity as hu did on
Hawaii when ho was nt largo on that
Island, ho Iiiib been nil exceedingly
slippery customer to hcop track of,
Tho attempt to obtain the release
of thu aliened lepers, Mrs. Manna Kca
and Mary K. Kaumakahla, by habeas
corpus proceedings, has failed of ac
complishment In hb enso of tlio
Inttor potltlonor, which was tho ono
hpaid, .ludgo Lindsay this morning
denied tho- motion for her diechargo.
It Is sta'tvl thnt the matter will bo
taken to the fcupromo. Court.
You Have Bumped
so often into this little ad. that we
know inquirers for the BEST fruit
for shipping will be referred to
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KINO. PHONE IB.
HoIIister Qrug Co.
RGES HIS REAPPOINTS
it Wltlclt & dray In tho sugar tt
K Journal issued .March 19 state tt
St that "sufficient Information catno tt
it to our hnnds this week to causu tt
! us In revise our Cuba crop cstl- tt
It nmtr by a reduction of lno,oH to tt
l.PnaQQJ tons. tt
tt "This i eduction In connection tt
:t with reports of Mr V. (). I.lctit tt
t that thu weather In Kuropo con- tt
tt tlnuoi unfavorable for work In tt
:i tho beet fUildn, started fresh tt
tt si" eolation on Ihiropuin ox- tt
t ct.tllgCR." tt
tt v tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt t: :t it ii a :t tt tt tt tt
Is Jack Atkinson aftor l'lnkhnm'u
job? It appears to bo the concensus,
of opinion in official circles that he is,
nnd thnt his aspirations In this 'direc
tion r.rc tho reason for his vigorous
attack on Iho President of tho Hoard
of Health, and may possibly hnvo
something to do with his blossoming
nut as n White llibhouur. Jack cntlod
on tho (loicinor this morning, and It
Is suspected that his visit was for tho
purpose of laying his hopes huru bo
Ilul there appears lo bo nobody
who believes that Jack could got tho
job If ha wanted It. "Jack inado a
fool of himself when ho Jumped on
I'lnkham," i.nld ono man. "He Is n
dead ono now. If ho wcro to run for
office, ho couldn't bo elected dog
catcher. It nover helps a man along
toward n position tu attack thu In
Tlio (loicrnor. as usual, lies low
uml saws wood. Questioned about Hid
I'lnkham matter, his answers nru
niicBtloiiB. "What would you do it
you wero tloiernor?" ho OBks. "Can
you suggest anybody for the posi
tion?" Tho Governor's long suit Is
getting Information from nil sources
(Costinned on Page 5)
8AN FRANCISCO, April 7. Sugar:
88 analysis beets 11s. 3 d. Parity 4.37
cents, previous quotation lli. IVid.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., April 0.
SUOAR: Beets, 88 analysis, lis.
1 l-2d. Parity, 4.35 cents. Previous
Quotation, lis. 2 l-4d.
When Arc You
going to make out that will
of yours? We have been
telling you why it is neces
sary; NOW DO IT.
Eut do it in the right
way. Have it drawn up in
PROPER LEGAL FORM.
Ve will do this for you
fr,ee of charge, if you make
us one of the executors.
Fort St. Bcnoluln (
A Joint meeting of tho director
ates of tho Chamber of Comincrca
and Merchants' Association was held
nt 3 o'clock this afternoon.
The purpose of tho meeting wns
promptly stated hy I'resldcnt Mor
gan, who presided. After consult
ing With various members of tho
Chamber and Merchants' Association
ho had deemed tt advisable for them
to tako up the endorsement of I.. 11.
I'lnkham for reappointment as Pres
ident of tho Hoard of Health.
i'resldcnt Smith of the Merchants'
At-soclatlon rend tho wireless 'toll-
gram from Mr. McKay announcing
that tho Hflo Hoard of Trndo and
Khlppcrs' Whnrf Committed had en
dorsed Mr. I'lnkham.
Those- present bei-ldo Mr. Morgan,
Mr. Smith and Secretary Wood woro:
IM. Purls, Krcd Wnlilron, (leorgo An
gus. J. A. Kennedy, W. Pfotenhauer,
E. I). Tenney. U T. Peck. J. P. Cooke.
K. I. Spalding. Gcorgu H. Ilnbertson,
T II. PCtrle. Krcd Macfarlano and V.
President Morgan said, In opening
tho meeting, thnt papers had boon
giving spaca of lato to tho Hoard of
Health. HO said that from what Pink,
ham has ilono for tho commercial in
terests, tho bodies representing tho
business Interests, It would bo a good
idea tu endoi e Mr. Pinkham.
O. V. Smith cited reasons for Pink-
ham's reappointment. Ho said: "Ho
has been an honest and efficient o lu
ce r. he has been sacrificing In many
particulars and has always done his
A Icttor was rend from Coyno Kur-
nlturo Co. nnd J. Hopp & Co. advocat
ing reappointment or endorscmont of
Pinkham for the position. J. P. Cooko
said: "I believe we should glvo Mr.
Pinkham n hearty endorsement.
passing over tho minor detnlls."
"I concur entirely with Mr. Cooke's
remarks," said K. I. Spalding. "Mr.
I'lnkham has undo minor mistakes,
us we till do, hut ho has always
worked for. nn open jnirt and o clean
city. Mr. I'lnkham has been n call
able and efficient nmcer." Mr. Spald
ing took a slam at tho "yollowJour
unlisiu" of thu press. "Thu attacks
on Mr. Pinkham nro rotten and scur
rulous," Mr. Macfarlano endorsed tho re
marks of thoso preceding him. "Mr.
I'lnkham Is Iho right man In tho right
place," ho said. Ho said that tho U.
S. government would keep tho fleet
away If tho press did not stop using
u nsnvory articles In their columns,
J. Hopp & Go.
Lewers & Cooke Bldg,
Ham. and Eggs
and other pretty
Alexander Young Cafe
We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
pon leaves town for Waikiki and
college Hijis at 10:30 a. m, every
RUEF ON TRIAL
FOR TROLLEY BRIBE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 7. The trial of Abe Ruef for the brib
ery of Supervisor Phillips in the Parksidc trolley franchise case began
today with Judge Dooling sitting in the place of Judge Dunne.
ALMOST UNANIMOUS FOR PEARL HARBOR
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 7. The Pcirl Harbor bill, appropriat
ing $2,000,000. for the development of the harbor and construction of a
naval dock, passed with only one vote recorded against it.
SICK MEN OF THE FLEET
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 7.
The hospital ship Relief arrived to
day from Hagdaiena any witu iou
sick. ' i
PASO R0BLE3. Calif., April 9.
Admiral Evans is better., ,
r i" - - -- i
KILLZD IN RIOTS
LISBON, Portugal, April 7. Sev
en were killed today and 100 wound
ed in election riots. The rioting con
tinues. R03IERS GET $0,500.
HURON, Kan., April 7. The bank
safe of the leading bank of this
town was dynamited today. The
robbers obtained $6,500. and escaped.
K. I). Tenney Bpoko of Mr. Pink
ham's honesty nnd Integrity. "When
you have a good man in office, you
would ho ejitrcnicly foolish to dro
him for p. 'dark horse.
Ilobcrt Cation mould endorse Pink
ham on account of tho fact that tho
Advertiser Is so down on htm. "W12
SHOULD ENDORSE HIM SIMPLY
BECAUSE THE ADVEUTISEIt IS SO
TERnilU.Y DOWN ON HIM IE KOH
NO OTIIEIl REASON."
.Mr (Ilffurd. Krcd Wnldron, Mr. Pfo
tenlinucr, I,). Tenney Pccy, echoed tho
statements of tlmsd who spoku bo
fore. Tenny Peck said ho should, how.
over, confine himself to tho Hoard of
Health work', and not bother with out
J. I). Kennedy said Mr. Pinkham Is
"too efficient," for ho makes steam
ship companies fumigate.
Ed Purls endorsed Mr. Pinkham
with all heartiness, for ull of tho fact
that ho has mado minor mistakes. O.
F, Hush and Mr. Petrlo endorsed him
heartily. "I hope hu will bo en
dorsed," said Mr. Robertbon.
"II. V. Dillingham stated that ho
had known Mr. I'lnkham for many
years, and (hough ho did not agree
with him In many matters, ho ho
lloaed him to ho the ablest man uver
In that position.
Mr. wood thought ho was deserv
ing of tho endorsement of thu Cham
her of Commorco. O. W Smith moved
-PAR1S ioWsgttl' '900.
The name BANISTER on a line of men's shoes is a practical
guarantee of skoe superiority. Their business life of over sixty
years has been one continuous effort toward attaining and main
taining their position as LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF
HIGHEST GRADE SHOES FOR MEN.
We have some neat styles just arrived.
P. 0. Box 400. CO. XltcL Phone 282
A number of tho prominent Hawaii
an Jlupiihllcans nro boosting E. P.
tor ai"a toiiilhlaliv for innvor of Ho
nolulu. -.. iow't; name liar Hocn under
rover for some time and It wan only
tecqntly that tlm inattci leaked out.
Tho Hawaiian Republicans claim that
Low will bo a strong man. Hu Is
Independent und cannot be bought.
Aclil, I.nnu and laukca, they think,
cannot bo ub rtrong because they huvu
no Independent means of their own. v
EMMA FIRED OUT
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, April 7.
Emma Goldman was escorted to the
Deputy Sherlrf (llllllnnd or Wala
nac telephoned to tho police station
this afternoon, that the schooner
which was ashore near Walanac was
the Lady, and that the two men who
wcro on board her hnd gotten unborn
and hud taken to tho hills. He mid
his men wero nt tho tlmo In tho net
of starting in pursuit. Chief of De
tectives Taylor Immediately de
spatched Detectives Leal and Reeves
to Wnlnnno In uu automobile In or
der thnt they might osslst In tho
chase of the pirates.
S, , ,S lit .! .. .S. iii ,8 .J ... ,. .j, ,i, f
that Pinkham bo endorsed hy tho
bodies represented, und notice bu sent
to tho (iovornor.
Tho motion was passed unanimous
ly nud a comuilltcu of Ihreu appoint
ed to Inform tho Governor of tho ac
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