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VOL. X. NO. 4024
All tlio chairmen ir wi'hus'llrut
KiilM'uiiiinliHi.H niu. i iiiti't(il lo mmi
it lnli rail at the 'I'.i . c, iho II. i
u';il Proniutlrn (Join nltci mil uuli
mlt tlnlr lopn ts rilatiw1 In Iho licet
I'liUTtiliimi'iit piog.-am to Sieirtaiy
11. P; Wool eir Iho Kxouutlui Cai'.llul.
Tills lequost wns Hindu ut h meet
ing of tlio Executive Committee thla
Tlio question of providing lunch
counter accommodations was refcirod,
to tlio Cominltsaiy Committee with a
('quest to look lulu it and lopoit,
Comfoit Btatloua out dlrcusod fav
orably. ' On motion of McCandlcss, seconded
by Sinltli, tlio quostlon of iirovldlni;
free tinnspoitatlnii on Ilapld Transit
cars lo tlio men of tho fleet In mil
fouim, wns referred lo tlio Tinusaor
tatlun Committee, with Instructions to
Mr. Tnck, piesldent of tho Itupl'l
Transit company and n member of
the Executive Comnilttea, was asked
whether hu was willing to furnish freo
passes to the men or not.
"V?11," said he. "I w III have to look
Into It and report." McCundlcsB want
ed to know rlghftheru nnd then, but
l'eck Blmply Hinlled and promised to
make n report about It at tho next
Tho meeting then adjoin noil to re
Thoio wns n silo today of 90-de-gico
centrifugal siifcat that affects
the basis of Hawaiian sugar at -1.40
cenls. The sugar wns San Domlngou
for delivery at New York by u tenner
alloat. AibutMo Hi others wcie the
liiij cts. Theio was a sale of 9o de
Cit'O ccntilfugnls today that flguics
out on tho basis of OS degrees at 4.42.
This good nows was contained In
n special to Alexander & Baldwin.
ll!l M. LOUiS
Tho coming of tho cinlsor St. IniU
to tuko Secretary Oarfluld luck lo
tho Coast wns lint kuown heru until
announced In (lovemor dial's cable
num. Tho St l.ouls Is an armored
liiiHit of tlio Pacific Coast lleet and
will piObably bo detached and sent to
Honolulu on sroclal sen Ice. Sho la
cYiiertod Fhortl; after the Maine and
The latest soft felt style, in Belgian, Pearl, Belly-Nut,
Busset, and Black.
1 All the newest shapes out, in correct shades.
This is the finest hat for the price that has ever been
put on the market. You'll agree with us, when you've seen
.it. The price is-3.50.
Remember It's a KNOX
' CORNER OF FORT
sJi. " timtk.uva &uLjLjut.:&.
The Matsou Navigation Company's new liner Lurline sailed yester
day fiom ''an Trancisco on her first trip to Hawaii. Hilo is the port of
first rill, ''tit it is understood that th: new boat will be pat on the Hono-,
lulu sirvice. Tho Lurline is a turbine steamer ard the first of its kind
to conif to thrse waters. It has amalc freight space' and the passenger
accommodations ar? said to be very attractive J
Jury Says "Not Guilty
"1-eo Let Not Pullty"'
TIiIb was the verdict of the Jury Ih
tho Leo Let case today after being out
two a nil one-half minutes by tlie
clock. " .
This closes the attempt of tho'Ail
vertlser to inako capital out (if tho al
leged attempt of Lee Let to "brlho"
Detective Tnlor, n- foriuei employe
of tho Advertiser.
Tajloi'g testimony wus "support1
cd" by II. M Ajres, also cmplojcd by
the Advcitlscr and formerly editor
and proprietor of the Referee, and
Mr. Mathesou, leporter for the Ad
Leo Let went on the witness stand
in ills own defenso nnd declared that
Detective Tnjlor got J50.froni him
on a loan. Tho good character of Lee
Let was testified to by reputable bus!
uebs men of the city.
Tho sliced with which tho Jury
leached its veullct can lea Its own
comment on tho Advertiser "bilbery"
Deputy Attorney Larnuch nurtlo an
ablo plea for coulcttou In Ills lobul
tal this nftoinoon. Ills speech .was
pithy and short. Judge Hohtnson
read his Instructions to tlio Juiy,
which were ulso shoit nnd to tho
point. He said that If u reasonable
doubt as to the guilt of Leo Let
Bhould remain In tho minds of tho
Juiors. thoy should llnd him not guil
ty. Then, under escort of tho ballllf,
the Jurois filed out to deliberate.
They were out baiely tlnce min
utes ulion they eaiuo to n verdict.
William A. Hall wj,n foreman. They
tiled back In tlio com t-room to dolivcr
AND HOTEL STREETS.
fttiNQLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNE 9. 1908
This is th? Advertiser Sleuth em
ployed in working up the Lee Let
Tho situation was tenso while the
Judge was making the preliminary
preparations for reading the verdict,
though It was turned into a scene of
great confusion as soon as tlio verdict
Judge Kobtnson Immediately
thanked the Jurors for their atten
tion, us did also Krank Thompson.
Thompson turned to Luinach and
stated that ho was ready to receive
thevSSO. fiom Taylor Immediately.
This wiui the fifty with which Taylor
swore hu was bribed and Lee Let
sworo Taylor bought for a loan.
All this morning was taken up bj
tho attorneys In the Lee Let caso in
arguing their cases boforo tho jury.
Deputy Attorney Ueueral Lnrnach op
ened this morning presenting the
proposition for tho prosecution. He
(Continued1 on Page 2)
No sane man will risk ev
erything he has without
prospect of a bigger gain, in
. a business venture.
Yet many a man .risks hi
fortune when he could have
it insured at low cost.
Is that Horse Sense?
Fort Si. ecnobU-
. ' ,Mt:Ku,1ll&tai!toil
1 A Store open Tor
SAN FRANCISCO, June 9, 1008.
Alamsda not sighted; sail Manchuria; Garfield sailed carlv
yestsrday; return cruiser St.' Louis about 28th; visit all Islands
possible may need Iroquois' "i-eDore statistics of number, areas,
manner, and so forth of disposition public lands by years under
Territorial Government, also of immigration, also of corpora-
The aWc cablegram was received by Acting Governor Mott
Smith this morning. The fact that the cruiser St Louis will be
lieic during this month is .new information, for her coming had
net been, before heralded, ' It is not known for what specific pur
pose she is coming. The battleship Maine may be here Monday,
although she is not due until Wednesday.
Secretary Garfield will be entertained at Governor Frear's
home during his stay in the city.
With User: May NowftGO Are
Drop Labor Question
11 lor to a meeting of a committee
from the Merchants' Exchange with
Civil Engineer I'niks, U. S. N this
morning at tho Naval Station, to dis
cuss the matter of citizen labor at'
Poarl Harbor, Georgo W. Smith, tho
proUdcnt of tlio Association, assured
him that Hit editorial which appeared
HiIh morning In tho Advertiser, In re
gard to Amcilcan mcch'aulis, does not
represent tlio evnllnieiit of tUo local
business community as ropicsunted by
the Merchant!,' Association. '
"I rang up Mr. Parks Tilth Iho pin
poso of getting a tlmo Bet for the
meitlng of our committee with him,"
said Kmll Hermit this noon. "He did
not Hiiswvr tlio 'phone In person, but
tho person who miBUored stated that
If thu views nhlch lind been expressed
In tho odltoilal which appeared In ono
of Uo pap.eis, ropresontcd tho Wows
of thu community, ha would nn( care
ti outer Into a iIIkcusbIou of the mat
ter. I roplled that If li) had referonco
to tho odltoilal which appeared In tbu
Advertiser this morning, it did cci
talnly not lepiesent the views of the
Mctcbauts' Association, and'tho meet
ing wns set for 11 o'clock."
The committee, headed by Emll
llerudt, hail a long talk with Mr,
PaikB, there seeming to bo no lack ol
hurmony In the lows expressed.
In regtud to thu editmial In ques
tion, Mr. Parks would maka no state
muiit, as hu Is not permitted to discuss
First-Class Now. Next Shipment
per Mongolia, June 12th.
Island Fruit Co.,
73 S. King St. Phone 15.
IF YOU HAVE
to be delivered put them in the
(50c and 75o)
From 5:30 till 8 o'clock
Alexander Young Cafe
r mm i - t , .fr,-; , 'ktti
business regularly uses
oiiutjo maict I. Ut Fclcral ca-L
There seems to bo the sentiment
among mo federal onicers hero, bow.
uver, mat inctlouMn this matter
should bo avoided, nnd that the best
way to do ts to suppress all ugltatlon
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mm ii witt
(Special Hullotln Wireless)
Hllo. Hawaii, Juno 8, Thu ac-
t Hon, for tho Impeachment of
Supervisors Purdy and Kalawaa
Is not likely to bo hastened In
tho 'Immediate future. Tho pro-
ceedlngs must bo taken boforo
f tl-o Siiprumo Courtyof tho Tcrrl-
tory, und tho County Attornoy Is
f at present confined to his house
vlth n sprained foot, suffered
dmlng tho recent tour of the -t-t
. ---. .f4-t -f
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
V ..iftrtrfl A .'
the Bulletin regularly
Funeral Shin Bears
Body Of Hawaii's Prince
SAN TRANCISCO, Calif., June O.Ui'kIi wa vas eclebrat-d nt St.
Mary's Ohvrch today ov"r tlio lemains ol tJrM" Jnnc David Kaua
nanakoa of Ha'vaii. Tlr service wai simple an1' impressive. The ie
mains were placed on board the Pacific Mail itwmship Manchuria which
left today for Honolulu.
Ths same stcatnor bean the remains cf August Dreicr, who died while
on til way to Europe.
. Uncie Jqe Candidate
CHICAGO, 111,, June 9. Congressman Joseph G. Cannon has form
ally announced his candidacy for th- Republican nomination as Presi
dent of tho United States.
Toft has gained more delegates in the decisions of the National
Committee on the contesting delegations.
Cortelyuu For Vice
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 0. Governor Curtis Guild of Massachu
setts is annovr-ri as a candidate. for Vice President. Secretary of the
Treasury Cortelyou is said to be the chpice of President Roosevelt nnd
Taft, for the second place on the Taft tickt.
Amcliilrd l'rtit Sprclul CnKl
lur-fl- - JU" " ;
, thousand people are homeless in this
.tate as tne result ol tne recent Iloods
Jiiodulfil I'rfs Special Cahle)
REVAL, Russia, June 9. King
Edward VII. and the Czar and Em
press of Russia met .here today.
Krank J. Bymmofl, president of San
rranclscd MertliHiits' Association, re
signs ami Is to bo succeodud by An
drew M. Davis.
Confesuqil annrchlso airestod In
Homo reveals plot to kill four Europ
A Late Arrival
This time it is a light-weight vici
kid Bluchcr Oxford, on a new nat-ural-sliape
last, Just right for the
business man who wants a shoe he
can depend uoon as being right the
same BANISTER is thatt guarantee.
Manufacturers' Shoe Oompany, Ltdr,
Some of the fairest vacatiori.'spots (
in all the world are .situated on our
own Island of Hawaii,
Ask the Bulletin Office to show you
,how.to get there without spending a
PRICE 5 CENTS
lAiiaitattd Ticji Special Cablet
IMPERIAL.Calif., June 0. White
melon-pickers of this town assaulted
a number of Japanese today.
lAttoviafi l'rtit Ifuciat Calle
N0VARI, June 9. Nine neoplo
were killed and 83 injured today in
a railway collision between a freight
train and a passenger train bearing
pilgrims to the shrine of the Crowned '
Judge Hunt awards decree of ill
vorcq ngalnst Dr. a. O. MacdonaUl on
testimony of son. t
Trench businessmen express favor
for Koo8oolt pallcles and ljopt'lio will
hu Kept In office.
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