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DAILY aid WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Baily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tueiday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace) R. Parrlngton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
( Editorial Rooms,
I Business Office,
8n Kranclsco society Indies nnd
officers of tho Fleet danced at the
ball or enlisted men. If Honolulu
ever said anything of It being other
wise In this city, let's forget it!
Bo tho cruiser fleet Is going Into
dry-dock Instead of proceeding to
Honolulu. Never mind. Orders niuy
be changed, and the big Fleet, with
Pearl Harbor work, will furnish
enough excitement for the Immediate
The plg-beadedness of the Houso
on the mall-subBldy Item serves to
show that the friends of the Ameri
can merchant marine ore making a.
mighty stiff fight to save It from tho
death to which the House caucus has
A Chinese student at Cornell has
been elected president of the leading
student organization. It the natural
born Chinese Is good enough to lead
the. students of a great American
university there should be no doubt
of 'the value of bright Chinese-Americans
of Hawaii as National Guards
The morning paper, whose record
of breaking faith Is notorious, Is al
ways ready with an invention. It
Ays "no one In authority" gave as
surance that the Crook divorce case
Jrpuld not be sensationally flared,
ohnny No-One-ln-Authorlty Is a
njost amusln' cuss"rto those who can
tV. anything funny In the art' of per
BANK HOLIDAY DECISION.
It Is of more than passing Interest
to Hawaii that the Supremo Court of
the State of California has declared
unconstitutional the special holidays
provided by the California Legisla
ture to tide banks over a panic pe
riod. .The occasion for such special holi
days has passed. They served their
ptirpoee In preventing runs on finan
cial Institutions when runs would
havo been ruinous to everyone con
cerned. The decision has, the effect
of legalizing all business of what
ever nature, carried on during tho
The decision as reported by the
San Francisco papers was rendered
on the petition of M. H. Dlepenbrock
(or a writ of prohibition to determine
the validity of Section 135 of tho
California code of civil procedure as
amended November 27, 1907, when
. the special holiday legislation was
enacted. The original section de
clared that the superior courts of the
Btate should be always open (legal
holidays and non-Judicial days ex
cepted), but Injunctions and writs
of prohibition could be Issued and
erred on legal holidays and non-Ju-dlclal
days. Dy the amendment to
the original section all court busi
ness, except the enforcement of con
tractnlnvolvlng the payment of mon
ey, was permitted.
The court holds that the exception
li 'clearly cIubs legislation, as all
debtors were protected from suit at
the will of the Governor, and noslt
uttlon could be extraordinary enough
to' justify such a course.
The result Is to sanction the regu
lar business done during ttie "holi
days" without bringing any unusual
unpleasantness to the State officers
orthe banks for their arbitrary ac
tion. vIt will be remembered that al
though Honolulu had no need for the
"blinking holiday" during the finan
cial' panic of the mainland, the pos
sibility of some such manipulation
was'dlBcussed, Some Irritation was
Indeed felt that a shadow of doubt
"hould be thrown upon the advisa
bility of following the mainland
': California's laws are not Hawaii's,
but, aa the laws of our neighbor aro
even more liberal on this point than
our own, the California decision is an
Indirect, confirmation of the good
judgment of our people In fighting
shy of make-shifts, and sticking clcse
to 'sound finance.
Per Six Month. .o
Per Vur, itiylitre In US I.uo
Pti Year, uijrwhrrc In Canada... I. Bo
PtrYtat postpaid, fortlt 3.o
Entered it the Foloflicp at Honolulu
at kreond clati mu?r.
MAY 28, 19C8
Hdltor K v o n I n g II u 1 1 e 1 1 n :
The Ijing tongue of Slander will wag
and morbid Curiosity must be satis
fied, no doubt; but I do not believe
that jou are ono who through the
medium of your paper would Inten
tionally wrong an Innocent woman.
Permit me therefore space In your
columns to correct a wrong Impres
sion. In referring to tho Crook divorce
there has appeared In the papers of
tlils city certain phrnses which, Im
properly Interpreted, would appear
synonymous with "Immorality"; and
there aro those who, maliciously or
otherwise, would bo construe them.
No greater wrong than this could
be done Mrs. Crook, for she is, nnd
always has been, a pure, moral and
noble woman, and a good mother.
This world needs all the little
charity it has; and I trust that there
aro none so uncharitabla but will
support rather than condemn a good
In conclusion I shall add that the
evening papers have been very hon
orable In the above matter.
Thanking you, I nm.
Yours very truly,
L. C. CROOK.
Honolulu, May 2C, '08.
ENUSIED MEJLAHD SOCfEH
San Francisco, May 13. Tho Amer
ican nnvy has dono some strange
things since Its groatest fleet reachod
for the first time tho shores of Cali
fornia, and records have been estab
lished that will Btand long In tho an
nals of history. Yet n thlug thut
eclipses all others in tho upsetting of
naval custom marked tho opening of
tho lanco last night, for It no Icbs a
thing than for tho commander in chief
of tho Atlantic (loot and every officer
of his command to glvo way In social
rank' and recognition to an enlisted
man of the fleet. For It was a sailor
from the rankB, who, with tho wlfo of
tho ranking admiral for his partnor,
led tho grand march and opened tho
Tho barrier of naval rank was shat
tered for a night. When tho grand
march reached Its turning point at tho
head or the hall there came eight
abreast down tho center of tho pol
Ishcd floor, two .men In the uniform
of enlisted seamen, tho ranking ad
mlral or the navy or the United States
In full dress uniform, tho mayor of
San Francisco In evening black, and
four women whoso names are blaz
oned high In the city's most exclusive
club and social circles. It was tho
Lnnalilo Street $27.50
Xalakaua Avenne 120.00
Nnuanu Valley $25.00
Pentacola Street $35.00
Matlock Avenne $20.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Lnnalilo Street $20.00
Xewalo Street $20.00
King Street $15.00
Hackfeld Street $20.00
Emma Street' $60.00
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Beretania Street . . $40.00
Victoria Street $55.00
Mililani Street $20.00
2 bedroom home; lot 50x100;
good location; 3 minute' walk
from car line.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Only a Short Time
It will be only a little while
before It will cost you more
money to buy a home. Now
one may be had nt a bar
gain. We have u beautiful
home for $3300.00, a house
of 8 rooms with all modern
Joining of high rank nnd low, of offi
cial and of civil life, of fair women
and brave men In tho gayety of a
wholehearted welcome and reception.
The bluejacket found favor In tho
eyes of the society girl. True, ho wns
not powdered and carried no perfum
ery on his handkerchief but ho was
very much man. He had the swing
and gait of physical tfltncss, tho un
mistakable graco of 'hardened mus
cling. Ho was a man clean through,
from tho top of his combed head to
his polished shoes. Ho had with him
the twang of the salt air, tho brcczl
noss of tho ocean, and beside him the
city bred man paled Into nothlngnoss.
: null hews reviewbf
: IN TEltSE PAMaRAPHS
Officers or torpedo flotilla are enter
tained with danco at Sacramento while
men ot crews raco on river.
Oavln McNab goes down to defeat
at nanus or ineoaoro a. ucii in Cali
fornia Democratic stato convention. ,
Twenty California university grad
uates get good appointments In Chllo
Buwajda coifrt martial ends anJ
judge declares matter of whether ho
cheered Emma Goldman Is question or
voracity between soldier and police.
Wostern Pacific such surety com
pany on bond or J. Dalzell III own to
United States Court of Appeal holds
that $500,000 duty collected on sake as
wlno waB legal and Japaneso Arm fan
not recover the amount.
San Francisco Superior JudgeB
change rules to aid poor litigants In
payment or jurors' fees.
Secretary Metcnlf says Japdneso
President Roosovelt Bpeaku at a re
ception ot delegates from Methodist
Episcopal general conferenco nnd
praises good work done by tho church.
Seven victims from the Ounnoss
enamel farm near La Ports, Ind., prob
ably will never bo identified.
Additional charges uro filed against
tho former cashier or tho Alleghany
Now cruiser South Dakota com
pletes trial and proved to bo fastest ot
Cruiser Maryland of Pacific fleet
hoists pennant showing possession of
Darrel of beer ror officers of revo
nuo cutter McCulloch missing and tho
sailors profess Ignorance.
California bankers' association con
cludes convention after recommending
changes in state laws.
Pretty Reno girl Btands off burglar
(or two hours with a butcher knifo.
Los Angoles woman trying to provo
husband perished In Honda wreck in
order to collect $10,000 on accident
Tracks or Wostern Pacific reach Llv
crmoro and 'line will be complotod
from Oakland to Orovllle by August.
Boston authorities on trail of gaug
or note brokers Involved In $2,000,000
Sacramento crowds throng torpodc
flotilla and sailors are feted ashore.
Prosperity Is on Its way back, says
E. II. Harrlman.
Dr. Edward J. Hanna of Rochostor,
N. Y is expected to arrive In San
Francisco in a row Weeks to take up
the duties ot coadjutor archbishop.
For Your Next Evening Gown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two pattens in each of
tne loiiowing colon:
WHITE WITH PINK .
WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE .WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
38 inches wide,
' IS DISCOVERED
Plans To Get Inside
Oahu Prison Are
T, 8. Choy, n slick Korean nnd nn
cx-eonvlct. will be baffled In any
further attempts to make side money
from'actlng us a sort of Intermediary
between prisoners and' lawyers on
the outside, Some time ago ho made
application to High Sheriff Henry for
n pass to enter the Oahfi prison nnd
visit a friend of his there. Knowing
his record, the Sheriff refused" the
A short time later, when tho Sher
iff was,at tho jirlson, he noticed Choy
coming Insido the gates, nlong with
T. M, Harrison, an attorney here.
Sheriff Henry Immediately stopped
the Korean from entering, and the
facts or the cave then developed.
Choy had come to Harrison repre
senting that his friend behind the
prison bars wanted an attorney.
vMr. Harrison was given a pass, us
Indeed are nil nttornejs, and Choy
was taken along at his own sugges
tion to act as interpreter. This was
all explained this morning to the
High Sheriff nnd to Marshal Hendry,
nnd It will be veil looked to that
Choy gets no more opportunities to
enter the prison. He Is a man with a
bad record, having spent his tlmo on
the reef for violating the Edmunds
Act. Ho wns ut one time an inter
preter In ono or tho courts, but his
conduct wns such that he was let out.
Judge. Dole's Court'
Moses, Koki cae" continued.
Judge' Lindsay's Court:
Testimony' in ro Hstalo of V. 11.
May 2fi Cluing Tam Sheo vs. Win.
A. Hall; demurrer: 10 a. m.
Judga'ba Holt's Court:
May 28 Motion for judgment nnu
abstonte.tverdlcto In 10 Ilterca-Hutch-
Ins caeci ,
Eugene. Diivauchcllo pleaded "not
guilty," afterwords withdrawing plea
May 26 Territory vs. Iuils James,
trial 10 a. m.
Territory vs. Jaclntho Miguel; trial
10 a. m.
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned, having been up
pointed Administrator of tho Kstntc
or ANNIE LAFFIN HOE, Into or Ho
nolulu, Deceased, hereby gives notice
to all Creditors ot tho said Annie Lai
fin Roe to present their claims, duly
authenticated, with proper vouchers,
H any exist, even If the claim be se
cured by mortgage upon real estate,
to the said Administrator at his Of
fice, 1929 Kulaknua Ave., Honolulu,
Oahu, within six (C) months utter
the first publication ot this notice, or
they will be rorevorbarred. '
And all persons Indebted to the
snld Annie Lnfllh Roe are hereby no
tified to mnko payment to the said
Administrator at his above named Of
fice Dated, Honolulu, May 25, A. D.
CIIAS. R. ROE,
, Administrator of tho Estato or
Annie Lalfin Roe, Deceased.
4011 May 25; Juno 2, 9, 1C, 23.
IF YOUR WATflC
it certainly needs repairing.
A gentle shake will not put it
in order. Let us examine it.
Our Watchmakers Are Thor
ough Heohanios, who under
We wilt GUARANTEE YOU
SATISFACTION, if you will
bring your watch to ns,
H. F. Wichman & Co.
What yon want
is a shirt that is Distinctive in STYLE, MAKE, and PATTERN.
M, M'Inerny, X.tcL, Fort und Merchant Sts.
A very unique ceremony took place
at tho police statloil yesterday fore
noon when John Kalaukoa, a mounted
officer, wns officially nnd dishonorably
discharged by tho Sheriff before the
rest or tho men who wero lined up In
the stntion yard for. their monthly In
spection. Ho had been booked for In-
Tcstlgatlon ror an alleged Intimacy
with a young rortugucso girl who had
been living with his family. I
The man was brought beforo tho
rest of the force, and nftcr Sheriff lau-
kea had made n neat little speech
pointing out, with his usual felicity of
expression, thu moral to bo drawn
from thu affair, ho grnccfitlly plucked
the police badgo from Kalaukoa h
bosom. None of tho officers who wcro
present would talk about tho matter
this mornliiK, but they all nppeared to
have benefited greatly tlieiefrom.
However, tho ceremony Is said to liau
been quite spectacular nnd to hate
done credit to thu dramatic talents of
the pollcu authorities which havo con
tributed In bo great u mensuro to
make the prrsent administration a
Tho Sheriff stated this morning that
tho case or Kalaukoa would.probably
be turned mcr to tho Federal author
ities, as it comes nndor their jurisdic
tion, tho pilbunor being n married
HAWAII SAKE AND
San rrnnclsco, May i9. A suit In
ollng tho pa men t or more than
$500,000 whs decided jcstenlay by tho
United States circuit court of appeals
in favor of the United States Govern
ment. A tew years ago tho Jupnnoso Im
porting firm or K. Komuda & Co.
brought suit against tho government
to recover $500,000 paid as a duty on
sake tinder protest. Tho question as
to what tho classification ot sako
should bo wns tho point at Issue. The
customs oniclnls taxed sako as u wine.
but the Japanese Importers claimed
that It should halo been classified as
beer nnd taxed as such.
Tho opinion of the court was writ'
ten by Judgo do Haven. Tho comt
said that the evidence showed that
there was a great similarity botweon
cake nnd still wlno, alcohol being tho
principal Ingredient In both sako and
Btlll wino. Tho court was ot tho oplu
ton that the evldenco showed that
both uako and still wino were drunk
for exhilaration and that both wore
capablo of producing Intoxication, but
that intoxication trom sako piiBsea off
mnro oulckly than that produced by
Tho decision of tho lower court was
loversed, tho matter having been
brought Into tho appollate court by
TheTollowIng program will be rcn
deicd at tho public band concert at
Emma Square this evening:
Match: "Tho Call ot tho Wild"..
(by request) Loscy
Overture: "Colcbratlon" Suppe
llallad: "Adolaldo" Ucethoven
Selection: "Adrlenno Locouvrour"
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs. nr. by llcrger
Selection: "L'Ebreo" .... Apollouia
Holcro: "Alicante" , . , Hume
March: "Peppers and I'lckles" (by
"Tho 8tar-Spanglc,d lUnncr"
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Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
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