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VOL. X. NO. 4158.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1008. 14 PAGES.
tin,. th. nntilte feels its needs it
moves by acquired habit to th- stores
which have steadily exnloited their
wares tlirough the medium of the
ncwspaiier. The Evening B u I
letin shows daily the establish
ments that have firmly fixed them
selves in the favor ot tnc peojuc.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
WAS BROTHER CLEVER CAPTURE
OF GEORGE SEA BY OFFICER ESPINDA
William Kai, Hawaiian
Singer, Was Well
William Kal, the Hawaiian nl Us
er wliono bail death Is loporlcd In n
cllpliliiR In another column, was n
brother Of lcorgo Sen, Deputy Itlftli
Sheriff of the Territory. Ills name,
wan Henry Sea, Knl IicIiib tlio Ha
UcorRp Sc.i nlmi received n lellcr
from Thomas K, llcnncssy, who wan
h hnroin friend of Henry In their
trnclii over tho States, detailing ull
that lie Known eomernliiR the fnto
of his linilher. (Icoiro Se.i will com
munlrntu with l!io authorities In Ap
pletau, Wisconsin, whem tho acci
dent occui red, and will probably
lmc the body of his luntlier Hhlpped
Thief Is Arrested Few
Hours After His
A clever capture of a well-known
crook, uiiHwcrinK to tho name ot
John Knlawno, wns ninde last TIiiim-
day night by Ofllccr Henry Ksplnda.
Since that time tho man him been
. held for Investigation, but this inorii-
Ing n charRc of larceny In the first
ilcureo was placed against him.
!.!int ThttrHilnv nftcrnruin n .fntiati
. nn mi'tlnr nt n Rtnrn fin llin rrirnni- tif I
Mnunnkca and l'nuahl streets com
plained to Ksplndn that a llnwallau
had robbed him of $filj. lie ex
plained that ho had left tho store in
rhnrgo of a small boy, when this Ha
waiian entered. He explained that
ho camo fiom Walalua and ordered
kcvrinl artlrlcH. At the name tlnm
Henry Bea left hero rlexen ycainjho engaged the liny In uinvcrsntlnn
ngo, and fur tho past six jV.iim Ills In regard to the location of tho cash
rclathes here in the Islands Imvo
heard nothing fiom him, (Icorgi
hns ntteniited at Omen to get Into
iluiwcr, which wiik shown him hy tho
unsuspecting child. Then, while th
boy wns wrappliiR up tho articles oi
communication with lih brother (o dercd, the Hawaiian rilled tho diaw
forward mail that has come hero for tr, tnKliiR thercfiom $Gli. Ho told
him, but had been tinnlilo to locate
him. Henry w.ih ii master ot mimic;
them wiih no iiit-lrumcut that ho
lotild nnt pl.i He Joined tho Ha
waiian band when It ciimo In tho
States, but icmalned In Washington,
I). C, from where ho later tiavclcd
to New York and then to Florida. Ho
was at the St. l.onN Exposition.
.Hliu-c then, hovoor. Ilia rclatlvea
hero havo heard but little.
According to the letter leeched
by (icorgo Scn this uiornlnR, his
brother died October 28, at R:30
a. m., at tho St. Kllzahoth's Hospital
in Applcton, Wisconsin,
, MAKE PUNS FOR
Tho local rubber magnates this
morning held n meeting in tho of
fices of tho Henry Wnterhnuso Trust
Company, at which tho dctnlls for
tho convention of rubber Rrowori,
which will bo held hero next Thurs
" day, wcro arranged. Iiosldos tho
rubber Rrnwers, about fifteen of
whom uro expected to nrrlvo from
Maui, others Interested In tho Indus
try nnd tho agricultural development
of tho Territory In general, will
Tho affair will wind up with n
great banquet, which will bo attend
ed by many prominent people. Gov
ernment officials, nnd others, ns
guests of tho growers. Messrs. Guild
and Williamson wero appointed as n
committee to look after this feature
the boy that he would call a hack in
which to take nwuy his purcharcs,
nnd Hint was tho last seen of him.
The Japincsc was ablo to glo .1
minute description of the thief, and
Usplnda immediately thought of Kn
lawno. As luck would have. It lin
ran into that gentleman n few min
utes afterward, as ho wns leaving u
saloon with a bottle of gin. Ho win
also Jingling tola In his pocket.
That night Hsplnda reported tho
matter to Detective Luahlwn, nnd nt
midnight tho two officers and tho
Jnpnncso went to Kalawao's houso.
Kalawao was Identified ns bolng tho
man who had been nt tho store, and
wns taken In charge. His wife Rave
tho olUcers 11,25, which she had
received from her husband Unit
lovenlnc. and later on Kalawao hand
ed over twonty-odd dollars, which,
ho said, wns all he had left of tho
money. The pollco state that ho
made a full confession ot tho theft,
nnd admitted that this wns tho
fourth tlmo ho had been In tho
clutches of tho law for such offenses.
Kalawao appeared beforo Judge
Andrndo this morning and w.-ib com
mitted to tho Circuit Court.
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Leading Lawyers To
Help Prosecution In
Ruef Graft Oases
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Nov. 1 4. Proscrutor Kcncy is ImProUns.
Two X-ray photographs have been ta ken but the bullet has not been
found. e ,i
Tlie trial of Ruef will proceed M onday. Lending attorneys of the city
have volunteered to assist in the pr otccution of the rase.
A message of sympathy has be en revived from President Roose
velt, The ptosecution of Ruef and t he Kraftcri will bs taken tip with ic
Death Of Chinese
PEKIN. China. Nov. 14. The E mueror of China died nt 5 o'clock
this afternoon. It is reported that the Enipus'. Dowager is scriovsly ill,
and that hu: death is imminent.
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FREAR ON TRANSPORT
Governor Frear stntod this morn
ing that ha had decided to leave on
tho Army transport Crook, which Is
duo to sail for tho Const Monday or
eardt on tale at
ILLUSTRIOUS POTENTATE E. C. BROWN OF ALOHA TEMPLE. A. A. 0. N. M. S.
Dr. l'ratt, government physician,
has reported to School Superintendent
IJaubltt that ho hmi rxnmlnud .!. ntit
dents ot tho McKlutey High heboid, ot
which number t.lx wcro rofuied cer
tlflcatcs, tno v.eio mifferlng with tra
choma, onu with snuplo conliiiu tlv
ills, three with folllc ul.ir roiijiinctlv
itls, and ono bad to bo Micitiiatid,
MRS. P1PIKANE DEAD
Mrs. Plplkane, wlfo of tho lata J.
V. I'lpikanc, died this morning at
2:30 o'clock at her home on Kuaklnl
street. She wns n woman of royal
blood nnd was respected by her many
friends during her lifetime.
Mrs. l'lplkano has been ailing tor
some tlinn and It wns expected that
nho would not live longer than her
husband, who died n few months
ngo. She wns n regular church at
tendant. It Is expected Hint her funeral will
tnko place tomorrow. Tho services
will bo conducted under tho auspices
of tho Kaulkcnnull Society, ot which
bIio wns a member.
Deputy United States Marshal Hnr-
y Holt letiirned this morning rrom
Hawaii, whuro ho subjioL-nacal thirty
vtltncsbcg for the second trial of Moses
Kokl, which will start ono week from
Monday. The specific charge on
which Kokl will bo tried this tlmo will
bn the nlleged embezzlement ot some
thing unr (1000.
Meals served a all hours at tho
Now Kngland Dukcrj-. Hotel street.
'frrlmte: QUzitri CH 8uit
Wherever You Go
YOU'LL find that the styles
are governed by the NEW
Why not have your clothes
tailored for you by the Prince
of NEW YORK TAILORS,
You'll never find suits bet
ter tailored or made ofibetter
material. Call and try on a
James Douglicity, who letiirned
from R business trip to Hawaii on 1
tho Manna Ke.i tills nioining, was)
Immediately taken to tho (luccn'B
Hospital, Buffering from typhoid fe
ver. Although IiIh inso Ii KTlniiH,
tho latest advlics am to tho effect
that ho Is better and Improving right
Nukamoto, tho Jnpnnci-c, who Is bus
pected ot hulng killed his wife at
tho Sanford resldenci n few dnH ago,
this morning appeared hefoio Jmlgo
Andrndo under n cbargo of muider In
tho first degree. Judge Ouniles ap
peared as his attorney. Tho caho was
continued until next Tuesday.
""For Salr" cards at Oullatln.
Falls on 26th inst., and Fruit sent
to Coast per S, S. Alameda, Nov, 18th
will arrivejust in time.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE IS.
Villa Is tho last day fur p.i)lug
tuxes, and from tho nppeaiiimo of
things a record Finn will com" Into tho
bands of Tnc Ahsesmr Wilder beforo
tho doors clobe. Yesterday I IK.SIO.OO
wns paid In. swelling tho total collec
tions to jmi.'J'j;! ;iu, which is mo
grand total up until last night As
compared with the collections of last
jonr, It looko as If tlio Nnember IO0S
collections will lenrh far Ik wild any
former record. In 1907, November
15th, tho total collections wero 221,-
Sll.r.9, which is H-h.H than tho iimount
collected Ihla joar two days picUnus.
California Club pxIiIIiIIh pictures by
natho artists mid euleitalnH painters.
Ciuw of baikoiillno Kvlstnn tell
thrilling tain of dhiihtrous cruise.
Special lmcstlgator W. It. llarr
was In consultation with U. S. DIs
trlct Attorney 11. W. Hrcckons this
morning. Whlln nothing official has
been given out, It Is tho talk around
the Judlclnry building that the charg
es ug.ilnst Mr. Hrcckons havo not
mood the light of Investigation.
Return In Tenyo
T0KI0, Japan, Nov. 14. The delegation of business men from San
Francisco, with which are C. M. Cooke and John Watcrhouse of this city,
sails for San Francisco on the Tenyo Haru.
Are Made By Japan
T0KI0, Japan. Nov. 14. Choro Koike, the Consul General at San
Francisco, has been transferred to Mukden. He will be succeeded by
Matsuro Nn&ai, the Third AssistantSecictary of the Washimjton Embassy,
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PARIS, France, Nov. 14. Grand Duko Alexis of Russia is dead.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 14. The Harvard-Dartmouth football
game was won by the former by a score of 0 to 0.
Princeton won from xaie oy a score oi ii to u.
Big Army Maneuvres
T0KIO, Japan, Nov. 14. The Emperor is attending military maneu
vers at NarainwlucliM.OOOtrpsarnKaKcl
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