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VOL. X. NO. 4058
lO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAW An. TUESDAY. JULY 21. 1908-lO PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
IAUKEA SUPPORTS JARRETT FOR SHERIFF
Bryan Is Talking
FAIRVIE.V. Neb , July 21. Ca ididate Brian is making short
rpc:shes that will be r;:oikd on tin phonograph. and distributed over
CELEBRATING AT QUEBEC
QUE3EC, Curate, July 21. The ollclal welcome of the Cabinet was
Cut In Vineyards
FRESNO, Calif., July 21. The wages of the Japanese in the vine
ards have been leduccd. It is cxpictei that 7,CC0 Japanese will soon
BERLIN, Germany, July 21. Admiral v Rojestvensky Is still living.
The man who died a one with a ii mllar name.
Won High Jump
LONDON, England, July 21. Harry Porter, the Irish-American ath
lete, won the final heat of the running high jump. His record was 6
feet 3 inches.
ARBITRATION FO RCHINA
WASHINGTON. D. C, July 21. Negotiations are under way for
the conclusion of an arbitration treatv between China and America.
ANUBIS GOES ASHORE
SAN TRANCISCO. Calif., July 21. The steamer Anubis of the Kos
mos Line is ashore on San Miguel Isl and and i3 probably a total lo:s. No
lives were lost. The steamer has a c lain cargo.
AID TO REBELS S TIRS HONDURAS
WASHINGTON. D. C, July 21. War is imminent between the Ccn
tial American republics of Nicaragu a and Honduras.
Nicaragua is accused of aiding the Honduran rebels.
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AMERICAN ATHLETES WIN GOOD PLACE
LONDON, Eneland, July 21. The American athletes won five heats
in the 200- and 400-meter races and the running high jump of today's
Olympic games contest.
LUSITANIA CUTS RECORD FOR ATLANTIC
LIVERPOOL, England, July 21. The trans-Atlantic liner Lusitania
today broke the eastern trans-Atlantic record. The big ship made the
tiip in five days and thirty-seven minutes.
The Summer suits that we arc displaying are tho
handsomest you have ever seen. Some of the most exclusive
patterns are made up into these suits, and the making of
the suits themselves is done by the Alfred Benjamin Co.
of New York.
Then there arc suits of plain blue and black.
All these suits are made in the latest styles, in single
and double-breasted models, and thev are really a very
Call and sec then any time you arc down town.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
4 4- 4-4-
Tho I'lcot will ho Illuminated this evening.
I'rtil Wnldron and II. I". Wood called on Admiral Hperr)
this morning to kco what urr.inRoiucnt could bo made for ii
grand Illumination (if tho I'lcot. Honolulu him heard much of
tho magnificent sIMit pretonted h tho chins when tho oloctilct
nro nil turned on nml tho lliifli IIkMh nro pla Inn.
Tho committee fcniiid tho Admiral very reid) to Brant mij
thing tl,o town wanted wlliiln his power In Rive. Conscqcutl)
tho order has gone out thnt tho sixteen shlpi or tho great
l'k( t thnll turn tholr lighting cnpiclty and flnsh lights loose
It will bo tho grandest sight of ItH kind the people of Ho
noliilu-liavn ever ocn nnd tlicro Is ro doubt that tho crowds
will occup) every )ulnt of vnutngo o.i tho Metier lamia finni
whlrh tho lllunilniitlon nny ho observed.
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'Vou may annouueo that I v. Ill not
lo u cnuilldato fur nn)g ofllco nt tho
coming election," naltl Shcilff I :ukea
this afternoon. "1 hnvo hud tl Is mat
ter In mind for uomo time ail hnvo
reached tho conclusion that I will ac
cept no nomination. Thin of co was
never cotiReiil.il to mo, hit I was
fmced to t'iko It through tl o fo co of
circumstances, iho snlni) Ii Inado-
quite, nml I have found ii)83lf tho
Inter every dn. All tho fees which
used to add to tho salary of tlu Coun
ty Sheriff, uio now being ta ten liy tho
High Sheriff's office.
"I will remain n Dcmocnt. I ba-
Hove that tho Democratic pirty will
nomlnato Jarrctt to ho my successor,
nml In thnt ctio I Khali Hiiptuit 1 1m. I
will, turnover, kco to It that tho pnllco
are not ntcd hh n maclilno und will,
In view of in determination not to
run for office. Imvo my handn fito to
can) out tho policy which 1 hnvo de
MOANA DANCE TONIGHT
Tho management of tho Monna hotel
hnvo arranged to Rho a danco this
evening, and n coidlal Invitation Is ex
tended to n'l visitors nnd Ilnnnluluans
to bo piCFCI)t.
rno giminus win no decorate I nnd
Illuminated, and tho music will bo all
that could he desired, bo tlicro la ov
cry reason In believe that thh lust
danco during tho etny of tho fleet will
bo tho best of them all.
S.S. LURLINE, JULY 28
ALLIGATOR FEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
FROM THE NAVY
U. H. S. VirKlnlit. 4-
-f Honolulu. T. Id,. rir Julyr-1808.
Dear Sir. I uJulii to express -f
f m thanks for tho numerous
4- copies of the rieet Kdltlur. of Iho 4-4-.
n von In k nu lie tin which
f wore forwarded to this ship. The) 4-4-
hmc been dlstrlhutctl amotiR tho 4-4-
officers and nitn of tho ship nnd 4
4- have been lunch appreciated by -4
f all. 4-
4- I hopo that 5 our editorial on 4-4-
tho needs of tho Territory of Ha-
4- wall will ho wldel) road and will
4- be tho sourco of much benefit to
f tho Terrltorj In Rcncral as well 4-4-
as to reflect to tho credit of tho 4
4 United Stntos Navy. 4
4 Very respectfully, 4
4 AI.BX. SHARP, 4-
4 Captain, tl. S. Navy, 4
4 Commanding. 4
4 Tho Kdltor of tho Hvuii1iir4
4 II til lot tn. HO King Street, 4
4 Honolulu, T. II. 4-
U. 8. Attorney Breckons
"Files Charges For
United States District Attorney
Urcckous this mortilnR filed an Infor
mation against Captain Carter, U.
S. N , charging that ho "did malt-
This morning members of the
Schroeder Ilosrd. wlilch lit tonkloc In
clously and forcibly inflict a corporal t the matter of the Naval Stitlmi site
injur) on ono Frederic II. Moore, then ut rcirl Harbor were hird at work
and there being, without .authority tin tho room the arc ust ig nt the
or Justification by law." Carter wu Nanl Station. They haw been on
formally arrested by the United " J"""' cer atneo the fleet nrrhel
utif uini ii is liiuuHin mm nil ir ir
will not 1c tluno until tomorrow m n
FAREWELL BALL FOR
THE JACKIES AT THE
Just consider this: can you afford
to lose your source of income T
Can your family afford to lose you (
If not, you can't afford to risk life
But you CAN afford to protect
tnem through insurance.
The cost is small; seo us about it
J 923 FORT ST., Honolulu
liy upmost unanimous request of
tho Jackies who attended tho ball
given in tholr honor at tho Scasldo
Hotel last night, as well as those who
wcro not able to attend, tho Manage
ment of tho Scasldo haB been prevail
ed upon to glvo another and farewell
ball In their honor tonight nt 8
o'clock. A cordial invitation to tho
Honolulu public is extended, unit a
rousing good tlmo mid fnrowell to tho
enlisted men of tho fleet will bo assured.
States Marshal, Hendry, nnd, In
chambers, Judge Dole heard tho mo
tion for tho filing ot tho Information.
Carter was present. M. K. I'rosscr
entered nn ob'ectlon to tHo flllng of
tho Information, but tho Judge stated
that ho could see no reason why It
nhould not be filed, nnd tho objection
Tho rnso was continued for trial
until August 30th, this being done In
order that tho decision of tho Su
preme Court might bo had regarding
the Jurisdiction of the Territory. If
Cnitcr is found to lie out of tho Juris
diction of the Terrltor), the enso will
bo taken before tho United Stntci
District Court by United States Dis
trict Attomc) It. W. Ilrcckons.
Carter's ball was fixed at $50,
which ho "Immrdlntcly put up. Ho
was then "released onMils'own recog
nizance. The Information filed
against him reads as follows:
Itobert w. Ilrcckons, attorney of
the United States for tho District of
Hawaii, who In this behalf prose
cutes in the name of tbo United
States, nnd for the United States,
comes here Into this court on this
22d day of July, In tho )car of our
Lord 1908, In his own propor person,
and for tho United States ghes tho
said court hero to understand and bo
Informed that James V. Carter, lato
of tho District aforesaid, heretofore.
to-wlt, on tho .Id day of July, In tho
)ear of our Lord, 1908, In the District
aforesaid and within tho Jurisdiction
of this court, to-wlt, within a certain
tract of hind set apart by proclama
tion of tho President of tho United
States of America as a Naval Reser
vation, tho same having been set
apart In accordance with tnc statute.!
In such caso made and provided, and
being located and situated on tho Isl
and of Oahu, in tho Territory of Hn
wall, did maliciously nnd forcibly In
filet n corporal Injury on one Frederic
II. Moore, then nnd there being, with
out authority or Justification by law.
Contrary to tho form of tho statute
of tho United Stntcs In such caso
mado and provided, to-wlt, Section
391 of tho ItevlBcd Statutes of tho
United States, nnd against tho peace
and dignity of tho United States of
or shoit y beforo tho rtect sjII iron
MeinwM'c, tho boring ml oth r
work which has been In p ogi si on
the slto has not been aba i l"r 1 1
slacked for a minute.
In fnet iinw is tb tlmo whin work
nn the hiirbi i mi I tin new tm.il tt
tl u dotk nn 1 'I. n h r ptnpo.i! Im
provements there Is icall m begin.
As soon us tho findings of. tlu lloatd
nn1 known, this work will at once bo
under! iki ii nnd nctml cnnitiiictliu
b"guu 1 hough ifhe tlmo wn n con
struct Inn will be mi'rr wn) Is not do
fitilt"lv bun vpt It Is knnwn that it
Is to bo start d vr bonlv alter Iho
tiviittU u'.ni of this lniaid an put.
Vo 'inlill-. A'lmlnl Schrmd-r Is
in'ong tl' hn l"- m i In Hmoliili
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SAN FRANCISCO, July 21. Sugar!
Beets, 88 analysis. 10s. 10Hd. Parity
4.29 cents. Previous quotation 10s.
Blink books of all font, lolgers
etc. manufactured by the bulletin Pub
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 8. KING STREET.
hamo, 8 a in.
HI, 'I!. !',.
Tuesday, July 21.
N'owman, from Yoko.
The best thine yet in the Ice Cream
Line You'll rind it at the
Soda Fountain of the
Drug Co., Ltd.
For Seattle Fair
Governor I'rear has received a en- probabb luvo barge of tho exhibit
Ulo from tho Department of tho nti-r"LScat"B- What thp aifact nature of
rior at Wnshlifgton aminunclng the lxo ""'"H V"t from here will bo
selection of those In Hawaii who will '" T? ttn"1 '.'Vi1'0' fT
i clal agent has been appointed and ho
luuii ujd imwuiiuu loiiiiiiiBsion ut 1110
AlaBku-Yiikon-l'nclflc Reposition. J.
K. Morgan has been appointed chair
man of the Commission; Whirred II.
Dabbltt, Superintendent of Public In
structlon, Alfred V. Carter of Ha
waii, J. X S. Williams of Mnul. and
A. 1'. Knudson of Kauai comprising
tho rest of the Commission
has announced his plans. To thoso
who have followed the plans for tho
holding of this gigantic Fulr in tho
Queen City of the West. Seattle, n
Hawaiian oxhlblt will provo of vast
interest Haw nil has needed a dt
lect tenmshlp lino from tho North
west, and especially Iugt Sound, for
)cars, nirordlng to tluiho who nro In
There will bo a chief special agent u position to know, nnd It will i.n In
also who will attend to all of tho do- prcat mensiiro tlirnnch dm ovliiiiitu
tails of t'lo iirrangement of Hawaii's of risouncs. ndvnnince nti .,o.i
exhibit nt the greatest exposition ev- furnished ! nn up-to-dato exhibit
crheld In tho West, and ho will nlso that such nn end may bo reached.
GRAND DANCE TONIGHT
AT HAWAIIAN HOTEL
Scorchtni; Hinriir li.ir.iiiu nor.. Hw.
biibjcct of n sovcro roast delivered by' Tllu nnnag.nient of tho Uo).il Ha-
Judgo Andrado from tho l'olleu Court, "allan Hotel announces n grand danco
bench this morning, and tho Supervise
ors wero also given a gentlo warning.
Tho matter was brought up In tho
caEO of M. C. King, charged with heed
less dihlng under tho unto ordinance,
and in giving Judgment tho Judgo suld
that ho was sorry that It was not ono
of tho sugar barons who operated their
cars at the highest speed, who was
beforo him, leaving It to tho Imagina
tion of those present to conjecture
what would then hnvo been tho con
to bo glvi u tonight on tho liimils of ilm
hotel, to which nil visitors In town,
us well us tho townspeople themselves,
nio cordially Invited.
The hotel nnd grounds will bo II
lumlnitcd nnd decorated for tho occn
hlon, as well nu tho broad latuls, nnd
tho spertnclo will bo utmost ns Intel
cstlng for tho onlookers ns for tho nc
Music will bo furnished b) Krnest
Kual's Hawaiian Orchestra.
Jung, wno is mo foreman of tho As- Tho Itoekefe or Irmlltiilii nf 'nw
boclated Oarage, was arrested uomo York will nstall a vacuum operating
ilnys ago by Offlcer Trod Weed. Weed room providing for surgical operations
testified that King had driven n Stov- In an ntinosnhcra freo from mlcrnlion
cnDuoca car, belonging to Mr. Hen- and less pressure upon tho exposed
ton, at run spcod across llcretanln parts of tho subject whllo tho sui.
(Continued on Face 2) geons nro at work.
After the Show
Tl,. l.'f. cl ..- Tn). I !...
the other fellow moyinB to catch our S". w?1 bef TnV nieht
during the stay of the Fleet.
Special attention will be paid to
our regular patrons.
A. Y. CAFE
BOYS OF THE NAVY!
'THAT FIT and WEAR
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT ST. TEL. 282.
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