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VOL. X. NO. 4U46
DENVER, Colo., July 7. The Democratic National Convention was
called to order at noon today by Tom Tagt;art of the National Commit
tee, who announced Theodore Bell ai the temporary chairman mid other
officers of the convention 'staff.
Chniman Eell delivered a key-note speech, in which he outlined the
glory of the Democratic past and its hopes for success under temporarily
The standing committees were named with Watson from Hawaii on
the Committee on Resolutions and Walker (probably Waller) the Nation
al Committeeman from Hawaii.
A resolution was passed eulogizing the late drover Cleveland, after"
which the convention adjourned as a mark of respect.
The delegates from the Philippine Islands will not be given a voice
in the convention.
LONDON, England, July 7. M-idamc Anna Could and Count Sagan
were married here today.
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CAPTURED 3Y REBELS
WASHINGTON, D. C July 7. The town of Gracias in Honduras is
reported to have he?n captured by he rebels.
GRAND JURY IS
ASSAULT RY CARTER
Captain Carter, who Jumped Into
notntlety the oilier day by assaulting
Reporter F. II. Mooro of tho U it 1 -1
o 1 1 n start, was summoned before
tho Federal Grand Jury this morn
ing ami a senichlng Investigation ot
the whole affair la In progress. Mr.
Mcore jyas called early In tho morn
ing tci uppenr beforu the Grand Jmy
to tell tho story, and inter Caiter wnr.
qulzicd to learn bis aide of It. Hill
toY Wallace It. rairlagton of th
l ti 1 I u t I n wan alto called ns u Wll
llCSS. Sailor Kleilel of the licquols wM
Swell double-breaslcd suits in blue serfjo and black un
Light weight, half-lined, and tailored by
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.
We sell extra pairs of light trousersto go with thsm,
making practically two suits.
Stop in and see thsm. They're natty and fit perfectly.
B firmwun m? nvnT
CORNER OP FORT
sub)ocnncd as a wltnoss, for it Is un
derstood ho has stated that tho lio
quuls actually was In the mud of tho
harbor at the tlmp she was attempt
ing to tow tho crulsor St. Louts out
It has been learned authoritatively
that tho United States Comt, nnd the
Gland Jury in tho rage, has Jurisdic
tion over n naval officer. UnlteJ
Stntes District Attorney llrcckons Is
leaving tho case, to tho Grand Jury
as. much ns possible for thoni to de
cide whether or not tho matter shall
be carried further, although ho Is Car
ter's attorney in tlm caso before tho
aktti ttatpt . otituto
AND HOTEL' STREETS.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 7. 1908
ARE AFTER DR.
Federal Salary Will Be
Protested If He Is
Obstacles of every iloscilpilon aio
being placed In tho way of Dr. I,. 12.
Cofer, who, liy the way, Is nut seek
ing to be le.tppolnted nil President of
the Hoard of Health. HoAiner, should
ho be lenppoltited and itlll hold his
I'edircil position, It. Is stated as nu
absolute fact that niiy salary Hint liu
may receive flom tho United Sluten
will bo protested to Washington. Tho
Incomp.itnbillly of tho two offices
which ho was holding will bo ono of
tho main points on which the leap
polntmi'ut of Cofer will bu fought, If
ho Is icappolnted, which Is nut by any
Attorney General Hcnienway stated
this morning that bo was still holding
tho position that Cofer could rightful
ly hold the two positions. Ho Is busy
working up data In case tho matter
hhould bo brought Into tho Courts.
Tho case of Mnxlmlnna Ilrllllante,
cbargcil with assault nnd battery, was
cjtllcd In Jiuue Houlnsons court yes
terday but went over till next Monday.
FIGHT ON IN "
Tliep! promises to bo n warm fight
with legnrd to tho Mnrgurct V. Car
ter estate when it comes beforo tho
com tu tho next time, nnd, Indeed,
theiu are some interesting exposures
piomlsed. This morning tho matte-
came befoio Judge Hoblnson, bur was
virtually passed up to tho- higher
courts. 12. C. Peters, representing
the Carter minors, and C. V. Ash
ford, representing Jessie K. Kunl,
wero the nttovneys.
Jessie Knnl, It seems, has been act
ing both ns administratrix and exe
cutrix ns well ns trustee under tho
terms cf the will, and has attempted
to file her final accounts. This is bo
lug protected, for tho estate, accord
ing to certain authorities and tho
master's repoit, has been run through
In n shameful manner. Tho argu
ment by tho attorneys this morning
before Judge Robliibon tool; up con
siderable time, and was rather heat
ed. - Thofjourt finally ruled (hat Jcsslo
Knai should file new accounts, not
withdrawing, however, tho old ones.
Fi lends ot tho Row I. T. Shrlver,
Dodge county, Nebraska, bellou ho
was n victim of Mrs. dimness, tho mur
deress, ns ho hns not been heard of
ilnco ho drew $1800 from tho bank
and stnrted to answer u matrimonial
advertisement of an Indiana woman.
Mrs. Jacob Welusleln, 19 years old,
nf Tunica, Miss., shot mid probably
fatally wounded J. T, Lowe, n prom
inent attorney of that town who killed
her father in a duel.
The new Accident Policy of the
Standard Insurance Company pays
$5.00 for each $1,000 of the principal
sum for medical attendance where
the injury does not result in either
disability or death, but does require
Insure through the
It requires power to
JW" V vwu
A wireless telegram iccclved this
foienoon by II. I'. Cooper announced
the death of Mis. A. J. Dei by at Ko
hala this morning.
This sad news Is entlrel) unexpect
ed, as on yesterday u telegram was
tecelved stating that Dr nnd Mrs.
Derby would go to Illlo today. Noth
ing was mentioned to suggest that
Mrs. Derby was seriously 111. al
though she has not been In good
health for some months.
The funeral Is taking place In Ko
The neWB of Mrs. Derby's denth
will be a sad shock to u wide circle ot
friends throughout the Islands, The
Derbys came to tho Islands In 1895,
nnd during their ears of residence
here Mrs. Derby has made tunny
Kdllor K vonlng Ilullotln:
Will )nu kindly announce, thnt tho
Airal concert scheduled to tnko place
tonight is on. I havo Induced Mmu.
rral to stop oft hero at considerable
expense, representing that this was n
community which appi eclated good
music mid Induced her to change her
loute In place of returning to l'urnpo
dliect from Australia. I was disap
pointed on last Tuesday night with
tho attendance and ns theru seems to
bo hut little Interest ninulfosted, Judg
ing by tho booking, for the second
concert, I prefer to stand tho loss In
piefereuco to allowing Mine. Anal to
slug to such a house as she had lit
last concert. Tlieio Is a. continued le
mand luadn in Ihu papers for first
class attractions and when they nro
Induced "to cotuo by heavy guarantee.!
I fluil tho result disappointing as tho
receipts aio less than those received
for medlocm artistes. In the future 1
fchall know how to govern myself.
W. I). ADAM3.
8AN FRANCISCO, July 7. Sugar:
88 analysis beets, 11s. Ed. Parity 4.43
cents. Previous quotation 11s. 441.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July G.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, lis.
41-2d. Parity, 4.40 cents. Prev
ious quotation, lis. Gd.
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Our next Fruit Boat
KOREA, JULY 7. '
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Pbone 15.
WANT ANYTHING TO EAT,
HERE'S WHERE YOU'LL "
GET THE VERY BEST.
A. Y. CAFE
pull up hill Bulletin
Navy Officer And Other
Defendants In Police
The police session was of unusual
Interest this morning owing to tho
fact that tho name of Lieutenant
Commander J. 1-', Carter, V. 8. N., up
prared on the calendar.
Carter'B rase was the first one call
ed and ho nrose. At the samo tlmo
Attorney M. K. l'rosscr fctood forth
nnd explained that ho appeared for
the defendant together with R. W.
llrcckons, who wns not present, nnd
ho asked that the case go over for a
few minutes until llrcckons should
1'iosecutor llrown stated that he
had understood that there had been
un arrangement between tho prose
cution and llrcckons to the effect that
the enso should be continued until
next Friday, l'rosscr held n short
consultation with tho defendant,
whereupon ho announced that this
Tho U. S. S. Glacier, forerunner" of
the Atlantic )Kleet, arrived , off port
this afternoon about press timer after
heralding her approach by wireless
and being sighted off Koko J I odd about
2.30 o clock this afternoon. 8ho
wns talking with tho Xavul Station
wireless man thls'inornlng, exchang
ing messages nnd instructions.
This is tho first of a bunch of sup
ply ships, wutcr ships, col 1 1 ore, nnd
attendant crnft, which will nrrivo in
this port during this week, from Snn
Krnnclsco, In rdvance of tho ships of
Admiral Spcrry's I'lect.
$1600 FOR FLEET
D. Yonokura. chairman nf II. o Inn.
nneso fleet entertainment committee,
through S. Sheba. ns lntirnri- m
lorted todny nt the meeting of tho K
ecuiive unmmiiice Unit ho hail (ill-
lecicu ii inn tlio Japanese 91600 In
each. 'Ho wanted to know when lm
would havo to turn In tho monoy to
uio i icet uommitlee on Ways and
MoniiH. Chairman Carter inlvlkc.l him
to do It us soon ns possible.
lonoKurn slated Unit about $300 was
wanted to defray tho expenses of flro
noiks, and that the balance bo turned
oer to tho Ways nnd Menus Commit
tee. This wns nccentublu tn tli, I" v.
ccutlvo Committee. ,
A suggestion was mado,' though) not
passed upon, that tho funds collected
1 1 0111 the Jauancko hein tin iiun.r In
pay for tho freo transportation of tho
men in imiiorm on uio trolley cam.
Chairman Carter reported that; a
certain Individual in town has prom
ised to nav tho car faieu of tin, mi.,i
In uniform who might visit tho Wild
west snow, uiiungiiam reported Unit
(ho hookupus from Maul wcro ready
for distribution. About 3000 coco.-i.
nuts nro In store.
i n .
Drug Co., Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 7. The Atlantic I'lect, commanded
bv Rear Admiral Sperry, sailed out of San Francisco harbor this after
noon for Honolulu.
The Fleet is only fifteen battleshins strong, the Nebraska being
forced to remain behind on account of scnrlrt fcer havim broken out
among the members of her crew. After quarantine regulations have
been observed the ship will rejoin the Fleet at Honolulu, whence the
sixteen shins will sail for Australia.
There was no extraordinary demonstration on the departure of the
great Fleet, which left on time with the ships in splendid condition,
Tho flag officers and captains in ihe order of thel- rank Is ns follows,
nccordlng to the latest official list-
Flag Officers Rent- 'Admlrril C. S Sparry. Commander In Chief, Com
mander Klrst Division; Hear Admiral W. II. Kmory, Commander ThlrJ
Division; Henri Admiral Beaton Schroedcr, Commnnder fourth Division;
Hear Admlrnl Hlditiiifvynlnwrlght, Commnnder Smond Division.
CaptnliiB Captain V. 1'. Potter, commanding Vermont; Captain
Kossuth Nlles, commanding Umlslnnn; Captain John 'Hubbard,;CommaiiI- "
Ing Minnesota; Cnptulil J II. Murdoch, commanding Rhode li'land; Cap
tain Hugo Ostcrhails, commanding Connecticut; Captain C. 12. Vreelnnd,
commanding Kansas; Captain B. F. Qualtrough, commanding Georgia;
Captain V. II. II. Southcrl.iud, commanding New .lei soy; Captain T. 11.
Howard, tuniinandlng Ohio; Captain C. Cowlcs, commanding Ken
tucky; .Captain It. V. Nicholson, eom.iiandlng Nebraska; Captain Henry
Morrcll, commanding Wisconsin Captain Hamilton llutchlns, command
ing Kearsargo; Captain J. M, Ilowycr, commanding Illinois; Captain Alex- ,
nnder Sharp, commanding Virginia; Captain H. M. .Doyle, commanding
Coinmnndcrs Commander W. S. Jlogg. commanding Glacier; Com
nlnnder A. W. Grant, Chlof of Staff, Atlantic I'lect, Commander V.-iS. Nel
son, commanding Panther.
Lieutenant Commanders Surgeon Charles V Stokes, commanding Ho
lief; l.lcutennnt Commnnder J. 11. Patton, (ommandfng Culgon; Lieuten
ant Commander C. II. McVay, Jr., commanding Yunkton.
New Steamship Line
To Touch This Port
A now lino of steamers Is coming
into this field. The Arabia, freight
er, which sailed from Yokohama jes
tcrday for this port, will bo tho first
estel of tho Portland Asiatic Steam
ship Company, nn American firm,
which has four vessels plying between
tho Pnclllc Coast nnd tho Orient, to
This vessel is tho property of tho
Hamburg-American line, chartered
by tho American firm for tho urn.
SJio carries only freight, ns Is tho
case with all of this line. Hitherto,
If you ore man, and if you arc looking for some swell
white shoes at a low figure, read this:
Men's White Buck Oxfords r . . . . $4,50 a pair
Men's White Canvas Oxfords
$1.50, $2, $3, and $3.60 a pair-.
ALL G00D.QUALITY SHOES, AND WELL MADE.
UanilfonllirnPA Okitn nmniii I 4 1 '
mnimiflbiuitjit) oilUG 'jUIIIIJdllV. LIUi,
i mm ai, itie ueiiauic
The Bulletin Vacation Trip
Plan remains open all this year. 'Any
person mav start any time to win an
outing with fare and all expenses
No names published. No
contest. Just a little "feasant
PRICE 5 CENTS
they havo mado n dlict trip ncrosa
tho Pacific, without touching at this
port, but It Is understood that otliors
may follow tho Arabia over this
route from now on.
Sim Is consigned to Hnckfeld &
Co. of this city nnd brings nbout 850
tons of general Oriental freight for
It Is supposed thnt no other rei
ning are behind this chntigo in the
Itinerary of tho company thnn a wlsH"""!
hi cover ns wine- n ueiil ns expedient
in their freight-carrying business.
House." TEL, 282.
023 FORT ST., Honolulu
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