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VOL. X. NO. 4021
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. JUNE 5. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
THOMPSON GETS AT BOTTOM OF LEE LET CASE
BORINGS RENEWED AT PEARL HARBOR
Taylor Is Muddled;
On Witness Stand
A. I'. Tin lor was on tlio stand all
niornliiK In tho I.ee Let case, l'rank
Thompson hns been conducting n
sharp cross-examination and In a
touplo of Instances had Taj lor bo
muddled that ho contradicted state
ments that he made on former occa
sions, although they were merely a
matter of memory In whlih ho first
thought and Btated that ono thing
was true, while, when ho was shown
-i foimcr published statement of his
own, ho admitted that the latter was
correct. This was bo In regard to his
meeting with 11. M. A) res at the
Queen's Hospital. Yesterday Taylor
tinted that hq met Ayrcs at the hos
pital merely by accident. Thompson
this motning showed him a quote I'
pt.ilcmcnt In tho Advertiser to tho ef
fect thut'hls meeting with A)ics was
l'rank Thompson wanted to Know
If Taylor had discussed tho uifeo with
anyone slnco yesterday afternoon.
Tajlor stated thut them had been
some joshing In tho hnllways thin
morning as to wficthcr bo (Taylor)
was a "police constable" or a "pollct
officer." Thompson then asked nu
merous questions to abccitaln wheth
er ho had discussed tho case.
Thompson then showed Talor an
Advertiser of Kcb. 14, In which It is
stated that every moo of Taylor's
was submitted to Halter 0. Smith,
V. A. Kinney, and others. Thomp
son wanted to know why he submit
ted tho proceedings to II. 0. Smith,
laukeu, and Kinney.
May Be Knocked Out
A. S Humphnyu this morning givo
notlco cf his intention to raise a
point, which, If ho Is coriect in his
contention, will practically knock out
all tho Torfltorlal laws relntlvo to tho
most common offenses against tho
public morals. In that casu tho Ed
munds Act will bo tho only st.ituto
under which such offcnrLS, can iio
projecuted her", tho Federal Juilsilic
tlnu In such matters being exclusive.
, We arc showing a beautiful assortment of these suite
in the finest materials.
There's nothing neater or more dressy for your Boy
than these natty suits with bloomer trousers.
All sizes, in black, blues, greys, and mixed goods.
CORNER OF PORT
"HccntiRo they were my friends,"
stated Taylor. Thompson then at
tempted to show that politics entered
into the matter.
"During tho time )ou were on tho
Advertiser prior to January 5 were
jou on any special detail?" asked
Thompson, who Btated again that ho
wanted to show tho bias of the wit
ness, that ho was especially working
up gambling sensations for tho papor,
that he was particularly cmplojcd by
II. 0, Smith to do this work, and
that it is n matttcr of credibility.
Larnnth objected to the question, and
was sustained by tho Court.
"State whether or not, undor nd
lco of V. 0. Smith, ou worked up
gambling stories," asked Thompson,
l.urnucli again objected and was sus
tained by tho Court.
Tu)loi stated that A) res gavo htm
the, first information regarding tho
l.cc I.ct cane. Arcn wus then a re
porter on tho Advertiser In Taylor's
ctatomont In the Advertiser ho said
that tho nttempted bribery "gnve him
n great chance to mako a record."
Taylor reported to laukca as tho
head of tho police department and to
Walter (1. Smith as n friend, ho stal
led. It Is shown nil along by Thomp
son that Taj lor placed W. G. Smith
first after laukca, whom ho consulted
In his ofllclnl capacity. Thus Thomp
son indicates Taylor's bias.
I.arnach objected to an unimpor
tant question of Thompson's regard
ing n name to bo supplied, In n blank
i Continued on Pifc 8)
Tho case In which tho point came
'up was that of Blanche Martin, a
i Ficnch woman, who, together with u
Chinese, was charged with miscon
duct. Tho Chinese pleaded guilty and
wus fined $30 and costs. Tho woman
entered n plea of not guilty, and askod
that Humphreys bo sent for.
Humphic)s took tho catso and asked
for a contlmmnco of tho matter until
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AND HOTEL STREETS,
Question Of Fleet Bali
Sunshine broko forth this morning
ninong the members of tho Entertain
ment Commltteo at Its meeting held
In the offices of Chairman Wnldron
In Spreckels' building. K cry thing
was conducted harmoniously and In
accordance with tho wishes of tho Ex
ecutive Committee. Tho matter of
tho subscription bull to be given tho
officers of the Fleet when they reach
hero was generally discussed, every
body present expressing himself in
favor of entertaining the officers and
tho men. On motion of John Guild,
seconded by Allium Lewis, Jr., tho
report of the Executlvo Committer,
appropriating $2G00 for ball and out
lining tho necessary Btcps to be fol
lowed In connection with tho ball,
(Continncdon Page 2)
Hawaii' College Will
Have Best That Can
There seems to he some doubt
among tho cliglblo students for tho
coming freshman class of tho Collego
of Hawaii concerning Just what is to
bo accomplished. luqulrios como from
many quarters asking about tho plans
of tho Board of Regents for instruc
tion In the mechanic nrti and engi
neering branches of the collego work.
Professor Gllmoro has been request
ed to secure the best available men to
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SAN PRANCISCO, Calif., June
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, lis. 3d.
Parity, 4.37 cents. Previous quota
tion, Us. 1 3-44.
HOW HE JUDGED
"That couplo In tho flat across tho
hall arc evidently newly married,"
remarked Ulggs tho other morning.
"Why do jott think so?" queried
"Thej'vo been tlicro n week and I
huvo not heard a dooV slam once'
explained tho husband of Ills wife.
Foreign laborers rush townrd
home, cxodtiH largely exiccding pre
Thaw and wife reconciled after
Supreme Court Justice ghca decision
declaring White's slayer Insane
For $5.00per Year
Tf VAn 4nvaf K (Tk in an
of our "Safe Deposit Boxes, you will
u. LA.r.Mii .1 ... :.. i i iitm
m vciicvwjr at tcurc iu icgaiu tu uiu
safety of your valuables.
It's worth it, isn't it?
TO SAM JOHNSON
Speed Him' On His Way
With Hopes For
Rum Johnson this morning handed
In his resignation as Colonel of tho
National Guard at a farewell meet
ing of the officers under him at tho
Uunhalow. Acting Gocrnor Mott
Snntli sat beside Sam, who called tho
meeting to order.
"As'-iou nil doubtless know." said
Col. JohnBon, "I am soon to Icavo tho
Who Says Farewell -to Hit National
city 'and on that account I will not
bo nblc to carry out my duties hero
as Colonel of the National Guard. In
the absence of Adjutant General
Jones, I prcsont my resignation to
Acting Governor Mott-Smltli, asking
that I bo placed on the retired list.
I want to thank ou nil for the sup
port ou have glen mo In the past
few j cars, and I want )ou to give the
same support to my successor. Words
(Continued on Page Two)
road f mm
Wilson, Paul Jarrttt And
Whilo tho members of tho Board of
Supervisors nro still averso to glv-
ing out anything .is tu whom they fav
or, If, as n matter of fact, they et do
favor an) one, for tho position v roau
supervisor, and whilo tho politicians
nru showing a singular apathy in the
matter, tliu list of lumcs of applicants
Is undergoing considerable changes,
somo of tho applicants having dropped
out of tho lacu whilo othorB lime de
cided to tako a cliuucv nt It.
Duvld Crownlnglierg, who has been
In tho road department for several
j ears, and who was thought to be ono
(Continued on Pace 2)
First-Class Now. Next Shipment
per Mongolia, June 12th.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. v Phone 15.
IF YOU HAVE
to be delivered put them in the
FOR ROYAL FUNERAL
Feather Cloaks, Kahilis
And Leis Being
Sixty kahilis, largo and small, will
no uome uy t no Hearers during tho
royal funeral of tho late Prince David.
nun. n. i. 1.H1HU1UII1, ii is am ays
a conspicuous figure In all tho rojali
receptions, banquets and funerals, has
charge of tho kahili section. With
him are a number of the retainers,
who are busy making and repairing
knhllls at tho homo of Prince Cupid at
iWnlklkl. Aside from tho Kahilis, somo .
ahuulas and other feather cloaks will
bo used In tho procession, I
Tho Hawaiian societies will tuin
out In their uniforms. Paper lltma
lets arc being made for the occaalon I
and tho funeral will be made one of
tho most elaborate affairs since tho
death of tho lato Queen Kaplolanl.
No further news had been received
by Hor Majesty tho Queen this fore-
SHERMAN FROM PORT
One Death From' Disease
On Transport To
Tho U. S. Army transport Sherman,
Captain Druguierre, arrived off port
early this morning, but was not al
lowed to enter tho harbor,' on account
of smallpox aboard. Sho will go this
afternoon or evening on her way en
routo from Manila to San Francisco
alter the h.i gotten In fresh water
and provisions from this port. Tho
Government steamers do not coal on
tho way to tho Coast, so sho Is not In
convenienced In this way,
Tho smallpox amounted to ono case,
which was discovered shortly after
sho had left Nagasaki, A marine was
found broken out with the disease. Ho
grew rapidly worso. and later dlod and
was burled at sea. Nd Dther cases
havo appeared so far. No Ono of tho
officers about tho harbor , went on
boird this morning with the exception
of tho doctor.
Tho Shermin carries enllrtcd men
of the Flrt Infontrv
NO NH MNl
On account of tho short Btay of tho
Sherman, thcro will bo no dance to
night at tho Moana hotel, as has been
Hon. K. K Llllkalanl of tho Land
Office Is superintending tho making
of tho kahilis to be used at Prlnco
David's state funeral.
Hollister Drug Co.,
A-Little-At-A-Ti m e
J, Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
SA pEDR0 CM ,une 8The t brongljt here y
lhat a boi,er on board the jr. s g Tennelsee exploded, killini four
men j injuring many,
MASS AT ST MARY'S
FOR PRINCE DAVID
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June S -A reqoiem mass for the late frincc
David Kawananakoa of Hawaii will e celebrated at St. Mary's Charclr'
CANAL WOBKE 'S APPOINTED
WASHINGTON, D. C., June 6. The President has appointed Maior
Devol head of the department of labor at Panama and Col. H. T. Hodges
CHINA REFHSES AID TO TAPAN IN KOBE A
PEN, China, June 0. The Chinese Government has refused Ja
! pan's request that it be allowed to station men in Chinese territory to ap-
prenena escaping; orean lniurgenu.
LEADERS DEC DE CONTESTS
CHICAGO, Dl June 5. The Bnublican National Committee open
ed its sessions here today to consid:r contesting delefrationi to the contention.
ROOSEVELT TO AFRICA
WASHINGTON, D. C. June 5. -President Roosevelt will go to Af
rica in April of next year to hunt fo' big rame.
WON OAK "ACE
LONDON, Eng., June 5. Siguo-;tti. w'nrer of the Derby at 100
to 1, was again a winner todav of th Oaks Derby.
To Bep Borings At
Pearl Harbor Mondav
Civil Engineer Parks cxpe-ts to
have men On the giound at Ptuil
Harbor to begin boring operations on
next Monday. He Is at present fully
occupied at headquarters, at the Na
nl Station In getting his stall in
Tho boring operations will be of
tho greatest Importance, as on the re-'
suits obtained will depend particu
larly the question of what will bo
flono with tho channel. Shall It be
mado straight? Or must some of th'
twists be left In It. and the passago
merely dredged woll and made safo
for the big boats? Tho answers ci
'not bo had until the engineer report
during July to the Schicedcr Doird
sitting while the flut If hero. In
i l und (hi. Ilk
ten of ome e peculation
no will know ibmi! kfmu
tl o operations I'xcctly, u il
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