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VOL. X. N ). 3986'
ffl3i&N . B a 9 U I
Editor Evening Bulletin. The passage of tho Pearl Harbor
bill by tlic Housa of nepreos.iullves on Monday was the beginning of a
new chapter In Hawaii's history. N
Its significance will begin to be apparent when the naval bate is estab
lished, with squadrons of warships co nlng and going, and with naval ves
sels assigned to flut station. Uut Its iiill mesnlng will not be apparent
until after ths Panama Canal shall hive begun to send a volume of traffic
past Hawaii that will overflow the capacity of Honolulu Harbor.
Tho app-irciii cue wdu walci tin. Jittery member of CoiiRrcHs. The
Mil iiai,Miil i!i.- llnu-.u Kio little lull Hpcaer ll'tn acrtcil th,t K certain
cation of tho compile itcil runipakrij rli-untun v.eio mnilc In the lilll to meet
Unit inaile llu lesull posrllile. It wan
not until a week hb' that favnr.Ujh)
aitlnn In tho IJmiro wus assured.
, After tho Hprakor 1ml been ay
pronched a nunilier of Hums on (lie
riibjcrt, Mi.It.j.en took In In him
mri) than t luuntrril pr rMiml lettirh
fioui memlicrH anil w-tintoru rtv.p'md
Iiik favorably to his Idler transmu
ting n topy of the bill rnlil report In
J. II. C'.istloH prnios!tl(iu that upe
il.il iiinslileratlou be given to Van
Dine and other export iiRrlcultural
lsta of his clahH wlu)i the Koolati
landH aic opened will nicft with very
doteriullied oppiiNltlon, CaHtle lioliU
a leate on much of tlicpd l.ipiln, and
thla will lino' to lies surrendered to
the Governnicnt befoic the I.uiiIb can
be opened, but the. rrflilcntB of tho
district are ery iiiucli ipiuscil to
li.aliiK all) (onillllonH madn peitalu
liiK to tho npenliiK, wlilcli would
lend tn illHcrlmlunle In favor ut Van
Dliiji nnd otlieru and iiKalimt tliom.
II waa leaincil today that about
foil laspayeiH unci votera. lealdentn
and Kn'ipohe n'-d' Kallun, most nf
llioin llawalLms, wmo preiiarliiK to
pi'llllon fur the lands. They have
broil w.ilrliliii; the dovclopinciilH of
tint affair for come tlmo past, but for
tertalii re.imiiH they were not able
tn llle llielr uppllcatlonx a houu as
tliey would li.ive IIUcil In tin no. Now
iwEii Summer Suits
The ALFRED BENJAMIN suit, while designed for
men who tire conservative in their dress, clearly defines all
the style features that the best-drcsscd men in New York
demand in their clothis.
we uuer uicm tu you
Cheviots, Worsteds, Caisimcrcs, nnd the popular shades of
Brown, at the most modest of prices. Single or double
Stop awhile nnd s:c our window display.
CORNER OF FORT
die views in ino nptiHi loiilcrH, In.
would rIvo It U'cosultlon on Monday
under misponsloii of llm nilcif. Mr.
llafcH Inlroduuoil it ne,v bill cinbijdy
Iiik llierii cliaiiKPS and the NifVal Coin-
.nilllei), arier .iu.Lwo-hiiur -hcrhIoii Tci'
Some of our best filemla feared tho
pl:u ot brltiKliiRlIu bill tiiiimftyf 'Sua.
(Continued onTacc 0.)
tliuy havu placed .their Intercsta In
tin) bands of a certain legal gentle
man of "thin city, who will In tho
vary near fiitmo nildrcRS a letter to
Acting (invernor Mutt-Hmlth, iiHUtug
that'tlio terniH of tho xnlo bo madu
Kiicli Hint the rcsldcnta of the ills
Irlct wilt have a bIiow lo secure tuti'fV
It bolng their desire that It be cut
up tu small pnrcclH, ranging rum
about blx to eight acres each", 'Tills
will be followed by the filing of reg
ular petitions for tho npilng of' tllu'
liiniK - ' "
.I.. I,. MiCandlcsK, who la 'a 1 efel
dent nf tho dlutrlct anil In well In
formed on such mutters, was sought
out this morning nnd asKcd us tu
what Information he had. Ho cou
flimed the truth of the story, and
further volunteered the statement
that tho position taken by the II u I -I
e 1 1 n In tho matter,' suggesting
that no pieferun-o ho shown anyone
was decidedly correct
in staple uiw aim iiiacK aerge, i
AND HOTEL STREETS.
Ad Page 7 for The
HJYENTNG. . BULLETIN
HO'OllJI li I KRI OtfY
Residence Of F. H.Kilby
Another of tho homes of tho I'a
lolu settlers built on tho (lovprnmcut
land wlilrh was opened up sonio two
years ago was destroyed by llro last
night, and the. saylngHif the llawall
ans, who warned the settlers that thp
wil Icy was kaliunnpd, now seems tn
have been Justified. Tho house be
longed to !'. II. Kllby, a collector for
the Hawaiian Klcclrlc Co. It was
the finest houso In thai section of
tho valley, being a largo dud sub
stantial' ime-story residence.
"I awoko at nluiut midnight last
night," said Kllby this morning. "I
noticed tho smell of smoke and call
ed tho attention of my wlfo to tt. I
opened' tho door lo tho other bed
room and saw smoke and tho reflec
tion of fire In tho front part of, tho
house. I shut the dooH Immediately,
and mv wife nnd liivelf took our
'two chlllien and went .towards (io
bani',' which Is abdut JOa or 400 feet,
fmm the, hliiuUf. 'On "tho way, down
I kept (jailing 'out,' and mV' cries
aroused nW'K'or'can man wlin'slept In
tho bin li, r' 'Mo 'ran'-but to pieot uh
and I gno hlni' tlic child I held, nail
I an back' Ut the house! ,
"WhonjI got tMorjS'tjio'jfiitlrq front
of tho house v7ui enveloped' In flames,
(Continued en Page S)
(Special, to The U ul lot In)
WAI1.UKU, Maul, April 21, The
Maul Count v Central nonimltten of
tho ltejuibllcnu party will rccom
'men'd' in' (JoVernor l'Ye.ir thq , ai-voltftnu-ntof
W'.'V I'drjio as Super
visor for ifakawno district lij .plarn
of Supervisor Thos. M. Church, who
Is umlarutood tif have teiDcrcd Ills
ichlgnntlun to tak effect nexl mnntli
Mr. I'oguo was tho unanimous
Choice iir'flll tho Republican prcclnit
clllba 111 MnkllWJin illnlrlef lln lins
fbeen n very valnutilo moinlior of tho
Hoard, ami his uncciislng energy and
wondorful ontorprlso In working for
public Improvements In this County
has won or him tho high regard nnd
(Continued en Pae 2)
the day after a big fire, say either,
"The1 property was a total loss," or
"The loss was fully covered by in
surance." Those few words mean a great
deal, to the owner of the prooertyj
and they mean, too, that he has eith
er protected or neglected his inter
ests; .Which are YOU doing now?
We represent reliable, dollar-for-dollar
run 31. q'.HUWin
Most Dignified Offer
A TRIl AT THE EXPENSE
O t Mr bATUR,AY
LINK IS WANTED
Kauai Likes His Work
On Lanai land
I,. I.. McCandless for Delegate, is
tho raudldato of the Democratic par
ty. That Is what Kauai wants, and
on Oahu there aro many who wish
him to run cither for that ufflco o.'
fur Senator. McCandless sas tuat
'ho If willing to run for either posi
tion, hut that he does not care if he
U offered no nomination at all.
Tho matter was brought up al tho
meeting of the -Democratic Central
Committee last evening. (1. K. lxiw
lopnrted that ho had visited Kami!
and had, with tho assistance of U.
V. Hudson and Mr. Chandler, organ
ized seven precincts. Tho rest of
tho precincts had been canvassed,
anil would bo organised later on by
Chandler and Hudson. Thla is an
Imjiprtunl' nmtlcr, .is the Democrats
have heretofore had no organization
on the (liirdcn Island.
Ijow reported further that the
Uqtnocrais lie had met on KnUal
wqro-strongly In favor of having ol
.their McCandless or W. A. Kidney
run na the Democratic candidate for
Dolegalc. They favored tho former
especially on account of tho stand
ho liatl-iirKeu In tho Initial land mat
McCandless was asked this morn
(Continued on Page 3)
Although his case wns thoroughly
Investigated by I'nlted States Com
missioner Hatch, Vang Chen Klnm
finds that many peoplo still think ho
lina two wives, Commissioner Hatch
rendered Ills derision In tho deporta
tion case of Sou Kwal Yin somo days
ago, and decided In her favor. Sho
In Yang's lawful wife.
Yiing'Cheu Khun by a leccut mall
received additional testimony re
garding the status of his wife, In a
letter from fienrge Whitman, who
knows of the whole matter. Mr.
Whitman's letter follows:
Ku-)ing, China, March Slth.
To Whom It May Concern: I
have niiido Inquiries concerning the
question of Yang Chcit Klnm having
two wives, and find tho following to
be tho facts. According to Chineso
custom, two families huvo n shnre In
him as a son. Kach family bought a
wlfo for him. One of theso women,
vfluyio family name was Kti, Is doad,
havnng died last year in the seventh
moon. Now tho only wlfo ho has
Is tho ono who Is In tho Hawaiian
ano. i:. WHITMAN,
Missionary of American Baptist
Missionary Univ., Ka-ylng,
via Swatovt, China.
Back up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
All Our Own Make
Alexander Young Cafe
Ever Made By A Newspapers
OF THE BULLETIN B O.TION
APRIL 25 1908 -4 PAGES
MILLS DEFIED WRIT
OF HADtAS CORPUS
Lindsay Rules Against
Maatyr "Man -No'es
Harry T. Mills lost out In Judgo
Lindsay's court this morning. Ha
was fined tho -other day, along with
Krank Thompson, in Judgo Andrudo's
court for contempt of court. Thomp
son paid his fine, but Mills noted an
appeal. According tn tho decision nf
tho Court (his morning. Mills Is denied
his application for a writ of habeas
Unfits W. Hnhlnson was the first
witness called this morning. Judge
Quarlos, representing Mills, asked
him a few preliminary questions and
then requested that ho tell the story
of the altercation as ho saw it In the
court room. Attorney MlUcrton Im
mediately objected to such evidence
being brought into tho court, citing
numerous authorities, and stating mat
tho court had tho" right only to Judgo
us to tho Jurisdiction of tho Nwcr
court in fining for direct contempt,
and not to recclvo evidence on tho
case Itself. Judgo Qiarcs, who, by
thu way. Is making a nnmo for him
self here ns d lawyer, made a plea
for tho evidence to bq receded. Ho
said that Mills was doing his duty
when ho defended himself from at
tack, and as a citizen ot tho United
Stntesho had a right to be heard, and
(Continued on Page C.)
Kdltor Evening nulletln:
The Senate Mall Subsidy bill receiv
ed yesterday what It is fearsd Is Hb
death-blow, when tho House Com
mlttco by a tlo vote fulled to report
It fa o rn lily. kn
Tho representative of tho shipping
Interests told mo today that ho fear
ed It would not bo posslblo to breuk;
tho deadlock. Wo refrained from
pressing my bill to suspend the sub
sidy bill. In order not to antagonite
tho shipping peoplo needlessly. If,
however, it becomes apparent lhat
nothing more can bo done with the
subsidy measure, wo shall probably
ho nblo to get my bill up, unless (he
Democratic filibuster should contin
ue tn block all such measures as tt
Odes at present.
Very truly yours,
Dclcgato to Congress,
April 9, '08.
Cure Colds, Coughs, and Grippe
Safely, Surely, -and duickly. -
25c per Bottle
VTe have included College Hills in
nr pareels delivery route. Our wa
pon leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
''"mtofLSU"' """''L A" -
WAS JIN DOWN
PORTSMOUTH, Eng April 25. The British cruiser Gladiator was
badly damaged today in collision with the American liner St. Paul, oil
the. Isle of Wight. The cruiser was immediately beached. The St. Paul
was also badly damaged. It is rcporUd that thirty men, including the
commander, were killed or seriously injured.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 25. The Battleship Fleet went
through a scries of manoeuvres off this port today and proceeded on to
Evans Out For Walk
PASO KOBLES, Calif., April 2
Paliffirnia Wnn 'i$k
111 I II SII Mill Blll- """ i?
VM.... ..B . "Hn( 0,
SAUSALITO, Calif., April 25.
ford in the races today.
The Freshmen crew won.
' NEW ORLEANS, La., April 25.
lives'were lost, over 1000 persons in
tn yesterday s tornadoes.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 23.
SUGAR: 96 degTee Centrifugals,
4.455 Cents, or $80.10 per ton.
This Is a corrected quotation for
that published in yesterday's II is 1
1 o 1 1 n .
MEETS; RR nnnlvsis. 1Q Pnr.
ity, 4.54 cents, Previous quotation,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 25.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, lis.
11 l-4d. Parity, 4.53 cents. Pre
vious quotation, 12s.
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P.O. Box 410. CO.,
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When a man buildi a water-wheel
plant on the bank of a river, hit first
purpose it to deflect the current to
get hi power. When a man starts
in business his first purpose is to de
flect the current of trade into his es
tablishment. Now. there is no such
means at his command as advertising.
BULLETIH ADVERTISING ,
Drawn The AHrnHon Of Th: Great !
TaMlr Vhose Necessities Are '
The Satis or All E-.13-
PRICE 5 CFNTS
J, Admiral Evans was able to walk
-it t-f- fi
The California Varsity beat Stan- .
m rl H M Vr??
It is estimated that five hundred
jurcd, and a score of towns destroyed
"Let me see," said the young man
at tho church festival, "tho sign
rays: 'Strawberry shortcake, sans.'
Sans' means without, doesn't It,
"It does," replied tho pretty girl
nt tho first booth.
"Well, how does It apply to tho
Why, It means without straw-
FOR THE BEST FRUIT
place your order with us.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
This "Diamond" No. 321,
Box Calf Bnl is made and
built to stand the knocks and
rough usage that a heavy shoe
It never skuffs, like the
kid, and it is strong and com
fortable, a very popular shoe
with those who are looking
for shoe value and wearing
quality in a heavy shoe,
We solicit and attend
promptly to all Island orders.