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No school teacher need be disappointed. Outings for everybody by our Vacation Plan
Prom Sa Francisco:
Ncvadan May 22
Amerlca Maru May 2C
For San Francisco:
Manclyirla . ;. May 211
Nippon "Mum . V. May 30
Bequests arc coming in every day
information regarding our Vacation
Plan; they arc answered" immediate
ly. It was intended in the beginning
to cover the subject thoroughly in
our Booklet, at the same time we is
sued an invitation to everyone to ask
questions concerning the outing trips.
How to spend a vacation without
spending money is the problem solv
ed by the BULLETIN PLAN.
Aurantl .A.. .May 30
Manuka Msjr 27
3:80 O'CLOCK Phone postal or lal1 for a BooK,et
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. MAY 22. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
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Ono of tlio most daring liolil-upa
which ever occurred In Ilunolnlu'a
nnnnls of crlmo took placo two
weeks ngo at Thomas Square. Tlio
matter wits reported to the police,
hut they took Rood caro to keep It
ilark. This was n couple of days lie
fore the return of Chlof Taylor from
tlio Count. I
Tho affair took placo on l!io ovcnlug
of Filday. May 8, it about 9:15
o'clock. At thai lime MIkh I'anny.
A meeting of tho Committco on
6port3 was held this morning In Sum
Johnson's olllcc, nnd n uchedulo ar
ranged of various athletic events
which will ho pulled off during the
stay of tho Fleet here. A copy of1
the program, which follows, will he'
fcont to Commander K. W. Urant of
the Fleet, and ho will be given to 1
underutund also that he run change'
tho program around to suit his own
cor.cnlauce, or In whatever way is
best suited for tho men of tho Fleet.
Appioxlmatcly ?3,000 will be nsk-
en lur uy me oporis wommiilce to uo
distributed In prizes. Tho following
program und letter to tho secretary
or tho Executive Committco from
Sam Johnson, chairman of tho Sports
Committee, nre self-explanatory:
July 10 Wednesday
Arrival of KIcot: no spoits. Ofll-
IN CLOTHES REFLECTS YOUR GOOD BREEDING.
Alfred Benjamin Suits
are never flashy or overdrawn; neither are they shoddy or
carelessly put together.
They're tailored in the latest correct fashion, of good,
honest cloth, and their good looks won!t wear off,
SEE THEIR LATEST SPRING .STYLES
CORNER OF FORT
Keep It Dark
Nordmcycr, a young girl from Kauai
who Is employed as a private nurse,
was standing at tho corner of Knplo
Innl and King streets, uhcro thcro 13
an empty lot with n lurgo signboard
on It, oppcsltu the park. Shu had
been visiting relatives living in that
neighborhood, and was waiting for tho
Tho car for which sho was waiting,
going In the Wulhlkl direction, was
upptoachlng, when suddenly a man
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clal functions, calls, etc.
July 1C Thursday
Morning Uascball, two games:
first between two Fleet teams, second
game between Honolulu team nnd
lMcet to-iin. Officers of Fleet to mako
schedule nnd decldo what, teams of
Fleet to play.
Afternoon Football, two games;
first game betweou two Fleet teams,
second game between, town team and
Evening Discing preliminaries.
Offlccis to settle on schcdulo during
Btny of Fleet.
July 17 Filday
Morning Two games of baseball;
continuation of schedule.
Afternoon Field sports (program
urinnged on arrival of Fleet). Tlilr-
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AND HOTEL STREETS.
LEE LET TRIAL
SET 0R JUNE 3
Famous Bribery Case
Will Soon Be
The famous l.ce Let bribery cao
will come to trial on Wednesday, I
Juno 3rd. This was tho date set this
mointng by tho attorneys In tho case,
Frank Thompson representing the do
fense, anil Deputy Attorney General
Lnrnach attending to tho Interests of
Amusing bandlnago passed between
Judge ItobtUBon und tho attorney for
the defenso when tho motion to set for
trial was nindo. ,
"On this, the 49Clh anniversary of
tho I.eo Let case." began Attorney
Thompson, but ho was Interrupted by
tlio Court, which was not (fulto sure
whether It was the 49fith or tho 497th
anniversary. "However, we'll let it
go n b tho 40Gth," said Judgo Robinson,
"I haven't seen tbo' Advertiser lately,
no am not positive."
Tho case promises to be one of tho
hnrdest fought in tho courts for a long
tlmo. I.cu Lot, of courto. has all
kinds of money behind him In tho do-
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TOOK HIS MONEY;
BROKE HIS HEART
Breach 0? Promise Case
Brought To Poliee
A lovelorn swain nnd a flcklo lady
thU forouoon tried to have their
troubles adjusted by the police do
puttmont. The lady was a young
Hawaiian girl answering to the name
l'nullnc. Tho man was a diminutivo
Portuguese, arid ho folt very badly.
Ho en mo to the police with his com
plaint against Pauline a few days
ngo, and this morning' the officers
succeeded in locating her, nnd she
was brought before the Deputy Sher
iff, tq whom tho Portuguese unfolded
his tale of woe, .
"I know dla girl inaybo one
mouth," complained tho gentleman,
"I like her line; so I say to her to
niurry 'With mo. Sho says yes, but
she sayn sho has too many debts, and
s'poso I pay, thon sho marry ine. I
pay $25 und what sho do? She buy
clo'es, nnd then when I want to mar
ry sho says she lias husband already,
nnd sho no givo my money hack."
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Many a Man
lias been suddenly reduced front
riches to poverty; and many a man
has not survived it.
Then his life Insurance Policy,
taken as a matter of -.form) becomes'
of the greatest importance to his
Don't neglect insurance.
Fori fo. .Bcnoj(M
BEETS 00 UP
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Hay 22.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, lis. 3d.
Parity, 4.37 cents. Previous quota
tion, Hi. 1 l-2d.
AND MARINES FOUGHT
That the great .battle which was
fought yesterday afternoon at tho
Anchor saloon bejueen Marines and
Hawailans, was the outcome of an en
mity of somo weeks standing between
the men of the marine corps and tho
men of the National Guard was
brought 'out In tho Police Court this
morning during the trial of tho Dnr
mini brothels, two marines who were
urrested for assault and battery.
According to the Ilarnumu, who
both took the stain! mid told very
stialghtforward stories, they hud beoit
insulted by National gunrdsmen somo
weeks ngo. Yesterday Ihey met somo
Hawailans In the saloon, und after
they had been drinking with them,
thoy learned that they wero members
tjf tho N, O. II. This led the conversa
tion to a comparUTii-.ot tho relative
merits of tho two arm. Tho Hawail
ans said that the marines were cnBy,
and that they wero no good as they at
times blew their heads off with rifles,
and tho marlues retaliated by saying
acrimonious things about tlio, local
braves. Finally the argument became
so heated that the debaters on both
sides peeled nil their coats In order to
settle the question a la Queensbury,
and a general rough) houso followed.
This was Interrupted by the arrival of
the police, who gnthorod In the Ilar
nums, while tho rest of tho marine:!
Tho Court sentenced .the llnmums
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Judgo Dole's com t:
May '22 Mows Kokl trial contin
ued. Judgo Itoblnson's court:
Lee Let bribery case sot for Wed
nesday, Juno 3, 10 a, m.
Judgo Do Holt's court:
Hlitclilus-Hlerco enso continued,
Judge Lindsay's court:
' May 22 Marlon C. Crook vs. L.
It. Crifolc, divorce granted, nnd cus
tody child given to llbellunt.
Shakuno s. Shnkuno, divorce
grinted; ground of adultery.
Alalia vs. Alalia, divorce granted;
ground of non-support.
In re Prnnk J Kruger vs. David
Kawannnnko.i, decision on motion to
dissolve injunction; motion granted.
May 23 Kstale W. H. Cornwoll,
Hannah li vs. K. II. II, dtvo'rco,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. Kiinc St.
A. Y. C.
The Hall-Mark i
; " "of Q.UALITY. '
Alexander Young Cafe
S.QUI'CK-i JjE.BSVil'O E.
jfl) Telephone 361. -i "
, FOR PIRATES
Deserters Will Be Taken
Oyer By Military
"What n merry cinch It Is for us,"
cried the ndvonturous Lady pirates,
Smith nnd Ducsonbcrry, when Judgo
Dole sentenced them to a month on
tho jeof. They wero rejoiced; nnd
Jhey were not baphful about expres
sing the fulness of their hupplness. A
broad grin opened their faces. They
were heroes, they wero free from tho
drudgery of army life, they would havo
a mouth of seclusion, und then, away
to a now country where they might
have another chance to go for a sail.
Hut what a snd surprlxals duo them.
Major Dunning of Fort Shatter has
written to District Attorney UaackotiB
asking that tlio men bo turned uvcr
to him as boon asUhelr term ts'cnded.
This means that tho brave duo who
went down to tho pea 'In ,a.shln will
probably spend a good long term in
a military prison. They will bo court
martialed, and tho end will not be un
til tho men have reached Alcatrai Is
land, the military prison, In Han Fran
OAHU IS LOVELY,
Consul .General Says
China Is Suffering
W. T. Graccy," who is In this city to
day, n through passenger On tho Man
chin la, bound for San Krunclsco, Is
connected with tho United States con
sular service in China. He Is con
versint with a good many of tho pub
lic questions of the Orient, and with
conditions theio. Mr. Oracey, with
hiB wlfo, has been the guest of tho
Promotion Commlttea this morning,
and will at 3; 30 o'clock this afternoon
mako u talk on the Orient at tho
Chamber of Commerce, .rooms.
"I havo had a very short tlmo In
which to form Impressions of Hawaii,
so far," ho said, when seen this morn
ing, "but I like what I havo seen im
mensely. Wc luivo Jit had a delight
ful rldo to tho Pall. Tho beautiful
follago hero is im'rtlculnily attractive
for us, ns wo como from a barren part
of northern China, which Is a striking
contrast to tho luxuriant ' scenery
hero. Tho placo is lovely.
"No, I nm not conversant wllh tho
Mnnchurlan question, nor tho Korean
situation. In China, thcro Is not much
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A TONIC and NUTRIENT, ,
endorsed by the leading
Physicians, It builds you
Hollister Drug Co.,
J. liopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET,
, WASHINGTON, D. C, May 22. The House today rejected the mail
subsidy item of the Postal Appropriation bill passed by the Senate and
called for another Conference Committee.
SAN FRANCISCO,' Calif., May 22. J. A. Sullivan, !n behalf of the
stockholders, has sued the United Railroads Company for the return of
the money paid Abe Rucf for bribes.
T0KI0, Japan, May 22. The American squadron, in command of
Admiral Hemphill, will observe Memorinl Day at Yokohama.
LA PORTE, Ind.. May 22. Seven indictments have bien returned
nainst Ray Lamphere, who is charged with the murder of the Guinness
family and then destroying the hom! bv fire.
KHERSON, Russia. May 22.
cuted twenty people for connection
SEOUL. Korea. May 22. Several
immigrant Japanese and Koreans. A
SHEBA TALKS OF
Not Entirely Favorable Thinks It
Would Be Better to Act as Com
munity and Nat Specialize. j,
"I nm not wholly in favor of tho
scheme to havo n largo number of
Japanese come to town on a special
day, and I think I represent the ma
jority of tho Japanese community,"
said I'Mitor filielia this morning.
"Mind you, I don't want tho Jnp-
aneso peoplo kept away, but jou
(Ocutimitd ea Paec 3)
Talk Business, '
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Our advice to you in ii" this
No. 407 Gun-MeUl Blucher
Bui, is just as sound. It is
made of good, sound material
all the way through, which,
coupled with honest workman
ship, makes it a safe purchase.
You can't go wrong buying
these shoes. Price, $4.00. Wo
hare a large stock of them
and can nil Island orders on
P.O. Box 480. CO., Xltd. ' ?hone282
The Russian Government has exe-
with the ni,Tarian disorders.
clashes have taken ulace between
number were killed nnd wounded.
MISS PHOEBE DEEM
Part-Hawsllin Girl Recekss
Hlehctt Honors at Oahu
Miss I'hoebc K. Heen, daughter of
H. A. Heen of this city and a sister of
Attorney Win. II. Heen of Shanghai,
has been chosen alod!ctorlan of tho
gradintlng class of '08 or Oahu Col
lege. 3ho received the highest honors
of tho class, haWiig passed tho most
satisfactory txamlnntlim tlila year.
This Is tho first lliuo, first honors havo
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