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Don't believe For a minute that all the best opportunities have gone by
fra San Jranofsco:
Alameda May 23
Siberia June 1
Fr 8cmi SHuuisto:
Nippon Maru My 3
Alameda .lime 'i
Aoraatl May .11
Manuka , Juno 27
Far Vaacouver: ,
MK May 27
Marnmn June 24
Every cent that has been patient
ly set aside tojiay for this summer's
outinf can be saved for a rainy-day
experience by getting in touch with
the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s VACATION PLAN
and winning a round-trip ticket and
825. Cash for an outinfr Anywhere.
PJjT'Thcre are no losers.
JDiyThcrc ere no disaopointments.
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containing full particulars
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VOL X. NO. 40 J 5
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. MAY 29. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
To StarLOur Race
President House t el t will Urn tlio C'liainlicr of Commerce, Ynrlit Club,
i gun wilch will stall Hit! Hawaii ami ami Harbor Commission. Mr. Slu
tho other jnclits on their 2100-mllu Inlr was present nnil after we guur
dnsh for Honolulu. Tlio Btnrt will antccil flROO (o the Ynclit Club liu
probably nteo bo attended by the prcn formally entered tlio I.iirllne.
puce of (bo Pacific Squadron, tlio It bus brcn n Rrc.it flRltt, cspcclnl
Silato nillltla, mill various Minis of ly :ik tlip matter bail onco been aban
sporting event. All tills news li 1011 doncd; but by camping on tlio prnpn
tnlncd In tho followliiR letter wlilcb sltlon I won the people over nnil now
tbo Promotion Committed lias recelv- all Is enthusiasm. The Chamber Is
nl from I.lojil Chllds, Its l.os Angeles now boliliul It In full swing anil Imvo
representative, to whom a great ileal guaranteed tho money necessary. Tho
of tho credit Is due for Rotting tho theatrical people hao most genor
rnco off: j ously donated their services for a.
l.ns Angeles, May 22, tOOR. benefit cutcrtalnincut for the Yacht
My Dear Mr. Wood: Well, tho Club and Mr. Wyntt, of tho Mnsmi
laeo Is on. Wo had a mcctliiR last Opera House, president of tlio Thc
evenlng of nil tho committees, Ban uter Asso-latlon here, has been gon
1'edro. Urns lieaeh, l.os AiiRelca (Continued on Page 8)
That tho architect who will dn- week was so full of conference and
sign tho-now Federal ImlldlnR will social festivities that today Is the
rome to Honolulu to study tho par- first tlmo I have linil n cluuico to do
tlcuMr stylo best suited to tlio beau-'much In tho Departments, and It has
tlful land of HaWHll 1b tho chief In- boon n rushing day. You probably
formation In the la3t letter received know by this time that tho llllo
by Acting Govonior Mott-Smlth f rom . broakwnlcr contract la to go to Metz
Gnvcrnor Frear. gcr for both supplying rock and plac-
Although tho lolt-r was ovldent'y itiR It. The coastwlso law and the
written lu n hurry, the Governor , r.ccond U. S. District Judge law may
touches on several points of Interest bo otcd on lu tho Houso today, t
to tho Ten Itory, especially the Coast-jinado a atnlcniont on tho JuilRcshlp
wlso shipping law, which ho says he bill before the Scnnto Committee this
Is working on. A cablo was received morning, as did nlso Mr. Smith,
jioitenlny from tho Delegate, stating I have had u long conference with
that this bill had passed tho House. .Secretary Garfield, taking up many
Washington, D C, May IS, l'JOS. mutters with him. Wo are trying to
My Dear Hru'ost: We lenvo to- arrange for an architect In go to Ho
night for I.akn Mohonk. I have only , nolulu before making tho plans for
:i uiluuto for a word to j on. Last (0iHsm4 M Nat 9)
ASK FOB WARSHIPS
HOX IN PITTSBURG
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, May
23. One hundred and fifty casual
t'cs arc rcrcrtcd at Samos. The Con
suls 1 avc asW for warships.
-rT: ' .5- 'L'lmm " ' -' - " 'JL'J.S!T
PITTSBUItG, Pa., May 29. -deaths
have occurred here
from the heat.
IT'S HOT WEATHER
and there are more hot days coming. We are not saying
it to discourage you, bat "forewarned is forearmed," you
Get yourself some of our men's light underwear, and
you won't mind the sultry days so much.
WHITE LISLE SHIRTS 75o per garment
ATHLETIC SHIRTS, ribbed sleeves S1.00 each
SCRIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
MORRIS UNIVERSITY Short-sleeved coats,
knee drawers ; 50c per garment
FRENCH WHITE BALBRIGGAN. ,.75c per garment
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER Or PORT ANB HOTHL WRBfiTfl.
TO STOP FIGHT
Thwlng Points Out To
Him Statute On
Tho moral wave struck tho police
dcpnitmcnt again )csterday afternoon
when Roy. Thwlng and C. II. Dickey
called on Sheriff Iuiikea In regard to
tho matter of tho prize fight which Is
to take placo at tho Orphcum nnil
which Thwlng and bis following urn
anxious to stop.
"Timing and Dickey merely wnntcd
to call my attention tho statuto on nf-
"'TIS BIG FLEET,"
SAYS R. D. MEAD
SUGAR GOES UP
"Tho Klect Is n mighty big proposi
tion and thu town Ins a good sized
job oil Us hands to take earn of It," Is
thu way Hoyal D. Mead, who returned
by the Alameda thjs morning, looks
"Wo shall liavo nioro whlto men In
the town than the whole present pop
ulation Amounts to. They filled Snn
Francisco, and although there will bo
(Contecned on Paft 4.)
Tho .prlco of sugar, which has of
lato been almost mercurial In Its
vagaries, this morning took n good
Jump, taking tho eleven point leap
from 4.27, tho last previous quotation,
which was received hero on Wodncs-
(Continued om Pmf t )
Island Fruit Co.,
71 1. Kbit St. Tkru II.
a man's estate, the greater
the need that his will be
clearly and concisely word
ed and properly executed.
We make no charge for
drawing up wills in proper
legal form, if we are made
one of the executors,
Call and see us about it.
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., May 29.
SUGAR: 98 degree Centrifugals, 4.39
cents, or $87.80 p;r ton. Previous
quotation, 4.27 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 6d. Par
ity, 4.43 cents. iPrevious quotation,
lis. 3 3-4d. '
litBEJS 10 MEET
Will Canvass Situation
To Prepare For
After n long period of lethargy tho
Republican party Is arousing Itself to
action and this nfternoun tho first
steps to wards tho organization nnd
work for tho coming campaign will ho
taken. This forenoon Secretary Wil
liam Savhlge of the Centrnl Commit
tee Issued a call for n meeting of tho
executive committee of thnt body. Tho
matter gained significance when It
iUs$ mm "wj
Alleging that Oriental labor has
been and Is now liclug used In tho
construction of th Wnltuku court
house, tho Honolulu Trade nnd Uihor
Council has filed a strenuous com
plaint with Hupcrhlendcut or I'ubllc
Works Marntnn Cjnfjibcll. Tho com
plaint Is signed by tho president of
tho Council, .). M McLaughlin.
Ho states that lie will furnish proof
positive that his statement Is correct
should ho bo so requested by thu De
partment. I'rmlded In every con
tract for Government buildings is thu
clause thnt no ono not nn American
citizen shall be employed In tho work.
This clause Is includod In the Walluku
contract, and consequently Mnrston
Campbell has thu right to prosecuto
tho contractor, A. P. McDonald. Tho
contract Is worth 23,312,r.O.
Marston Campbell has referred the
tnfttter to Attorney General Heiueii
way with Instructions to Investigate
and cairy thu thing through according
Tho iKMinlty for tho breaking of the
nbnvo law Is not less than $10 nor
nioro than Jiou for each and every
day and earli anil overy foiclgn lab
COTTON MEN ARE INDICTED
NEW YORK, N. Y., May 29.
Theodore Price, a prominent cotton
operator, and others associated with
him have been indicted for complic
ity in the conspiracy to obtain Gov
ernment cotton statistics.
I IHEK0R1AL DAY
f Final orders for tho Memorial -f
Day parade wcro Issued this
f morning by Grand Mnrshnl Uar-
f ry, Thu exercises will bo held
f In tho foienoon, which Is a
f change from tho ordinary pro-
gram. Following Is the text nf
the order, Including tho line of
Tho parade will form at 8:30
f a. m. on tho parado ground, cor-
f nor of Meretaala and Miller. Start
at 9 o'clock.
Tho lino of march will bo on
llcrctanla to Alakea, down Ala-
f kea to King, up King to Fort, out 4
f Fort to Vine) aril, Vineyard to -f
Nuuanu to tho cemetery.
ALMOND NUT CAKE
Alexander Young Cafe
GET PAY RAISED
Amendments Agreed To
By Senate Assures
Witnesses In various cases that
have been tried In tho United Stntca
Court In Honolulu for tho Inst month
or so have all signed a circular letter
which has been sent back to Wash
ington asking that tho Territory of
Hawaii bo placed on the sanio basis
with regard to tho fees and mileage
(Cont .nned on Fage 8)
About $1260 have now been raised
for the yacht, nnd tho commltteo Is
hopeful of getting the whole of tho
$2000 needed by tho tlmo the' yacht
goes out on Monday. Whllo It Ih now
assured thnt sho will sail, tho funds
needed have not been raised yet by
$750, nnd tho canvass of tho business
houses and patriotic citizens goes on.
Of Interest In connection with tho
nppioncliing raeo Is tho fact that Ru
fus Spalding, Hear Admiral of the
South Const Yacht Club, is a son of
',. S. Spalding of Hawaii.
Bulletin Busiaats OMe Tkt-na Ml
BnlUtin Xditorial Xooa Plums 181.
Pure, home-made, delicious, at
Hollister Drug Co.,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 5. KINI WRBBT.
SECRETARY GARFIELD, HEAD OF THE INIEIU0R DEPARTMENT
IS EXPECTED TO VISIT THE ISLANDS NEXT MONTH. ARRIVING
ON BOARD ONE OF THE BATTLESHIPS WHICH IS TO PRECEDE THE
THIS INFORMATION WAS RECEIVED BY PPIVATE CABLE
SOME TWO DAYS AGO. THE COMING OF GAItriELD IK CONNEC
TION WITH THE CERTAINTY TH1T SECRETARY OF WAR MET
CALF WILL COME WHILE THE FLEET IS HERE, GIVES THE ISL
ANDS A VERY STRONG OFFICIAL RECOGNITION. ALL TERRITOR
IAL AFFAIRS ARE DIRECTLY UNDER SECRETARY GARFIELD'S DEPARTMENT.
"The eiblegiam I saw," s ill J. I' Cooke this umiii. "slmpl; said that
Secretary (larfleld would sail from San rraiiclsm on ibe nth of June on n
battleship. I don't know bow long ho will stn I mi.U ritan-l the Gov
ernor will salt fmm tbo Coast about tbo same time It Is goo' in ws Tho
moro Cnblnet otllcers we get the better "
McBRIDE IS ME
Claudius II. Mcllflde has written
to Acting Governor Mottt-Smlth un.l
has defined his position with rcgari
to his hnndl of Fleet matters
while on the Co.ist. Mcllrldo feels
hurt over tho so-called criticisms of
tho Press, nnd his statement, which
Is given In part- bolow, explains h's
position. Acting Governor Mott
Smlth fctnted tlili morning thnt ho
believed Met.rldo defcerved a lot more
credit than ho ever received.
Tho opening paragraph of tho let
ter has been omitted by request'.
What follows Is Mr. Mcllrldo's state
ment concerning his own position.
To K. A. Mutt-Smith.
(n) That during the time I wm
WASHINGTON. D. C. May 29.
Senator La Follette is leading the
filibuster tactics to prevent the en
actment of the Currency law that
passed the House.
FLEET IS MOVING 'J
SAN FRAN0ISCO. Calif.. May 29j
The battleship Ohio has returned to
tne flay. ,
ACCIDENT TO TORPED0ER '
EUREKA, Calif., May 29. The
torpedo boats have returned from
their trip to Sacramento. The Pcnv
has been delayed by an accident.
SMALLPOX ON KENTUCKY
SEATTLE, Wash., May 2D. A
smallpox case lias been discovered
amonc the sailors on board the bat.
tleship Kentucky, 1
D ivl iA
No, 536 PRICE $5,00
Yours If You Want
WHAT IS ? C o ni f o r t , of course.
We bought these to give you com
fort, and fl sure that they will be
coma the fast friends of many peo
ple who arc having trouble with their
They are made of soft, Golden
Brown Vici Kid, on an easy and
roomy" laat. We can recommend this
shoe as poeeuing excellent wearint;
qualities, as well as Comfort,
ALSO IN OXFORD.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT 8TREET.
In S:n Francisco getting suggestions
the Fleet entertainment in Ha
waii, I was permanent Bocretary-Tt
tho KiccuUvc Commltteo of Hawaii .
In chnrgo of Fleet matters lu the Isl
ands; (b) That during said tlmo I was
prlvnto secretary to the Governor of
Hawaii, nnd, lu n measure, hla per
sonal representative at San Krimcls
cd; (c) That I was tho only ono from
Hawaii with any authority to get the
suggestions In question, nnd was also
tho only ono who hccined to bo public
spirited enough to spend bis ow.i
tlmo and money In getting tho sug
gestions lu question;
t Continued en Paps 2)
I II (BE
A" Is llsll i n !ai"i. t; wit. il ibe
A1 'aeda tiivoi i-i n-i " 'int-r
'.tout of the Si'ltt !r nil h duueo
this evening In honor ur the ,.i..'cn -gors
of tbo Alameda. Tho nlij'n ''."
Turo a holiday should u.ing out - 1 tlio
friends of tlio populji hutt "
tables for dinner hnvo alrci'dy bi-nu
engaged pud It certainly points to an
cnjoynblo party tonight. Hrnest Ke aj
nnil IiIr singing orchestra will l on
hand ns usual,
SAN TRANCISCO. Calif., May 23.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, lis,
3 3-4d. Parity, 4.39 cents. Previous
quotation, lis. 3-4d.
JURY BILL DEFEATED
MANILA, P. I., May 29. Tho
Philippine Commission has rejected,
as defective, the bill providing for