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Evening . Bulletin
lYom San Franciico:
HonRhunR Maru Xov. 23
For San Franciico:
Teujo Maru Nov. 2J
Monna Dec. 12
Mnkura pec. 8
' Publicity is the only means of ex
pansion. When the people arc in
formed that you actually exist, that
you have poods to sell, thnt you offer
inducements to the purchaser, then
your trade grows. This lessen has
been learned by every merchant who
advertises in the Evening Bulletin.
The BULLETIN always co-operates with its patrons to achieve results
VOL. X. Ho. 4165.
10 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908. 10 PAGES,
PBICE 5 CENTS.
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riesh fiom their tilumphnl tour
nf Mp.in, Ulmlrni in 1" W, Doluni.itin
n ml (he membeis of tliu llunoiiiry
Commercial Commission Kcpreseutlns
Chambers if Commerce nf tlu Pacific
Coast, alighted fiom tlio liner Tonjn
.Maru tli Ih morning. Other than tha
clialriiinii, tlio ('ommlssloiiirH who nr
llxvil aio: Vku Cli.iliin.ui C. M.
Cnoki of Honolulu, John Wntij"
4houai of this city, Wallace Alexander,
M. (lircnh.ium, I,. Urecnh.ium, Iliur
Michaels, anil Ur. Caspar I'ltclicl, nil
oLHiiii 1'ranrlneo; William Clio ton of
Kun Diego, mill U. 12. Skinner, prcsl
ilent of thu Huieka (Calif.) Chamber
of Conimcuo. The other nienibeiii nf
tlio Commission cither I cm lined nvr
In thu Orient or letmned homo by
Hid ineicilliiR ship.
One mill nil the Comhilsslnnciii aro
enthusiastic over the reception which
they leech oil nt tlio hand of tlio
Japanese a ml express themselves as
lieliig thoroughly convinced as to the
friendship which la full for the peo
ple of the United States In the Ml
"The evident object on the pait of
the Japanese, was to counteract n
certain strained feeling resulting
from the S.in rrunclsco Incident,
which, In my opinion, appeared much
mote serious to tl'o Japanese tliun
the ( Ireiunstanres justified, or than it
did to the pcoplo of America," said
Chairman Dohini.mn In nn Interview
with n 11 u 1 1 i-t I li reporter this
"The evident effort of tlio Jnpin
cse people was to ilcmoiibtrntc, both
to out Commission nnd to the Ainei
Uan ricct, that the focllng, which
they enteitnln toward tlio American
nation Is ono of deep nnd slnccro uf
fcitlon. They look upon tlio Amer
if mi pcoplo as the teacher and guar
dians of the Japanese people, In their
effoita tci"beronio one of tho Western
nat Inns nnd to lie iccogniicrd as tho
eipinl of Kiich,
'"Ihe Japanese, look upon their
teaiheia as next to their puicntt), and
the Idea of war between the two na
tions would teem to them, as ono of
1 licit leading men expressed It to me,
almost ns great a cilmo as to light
against their own parents.
"The methods adopted to bring
these facts home to us wero very en
thusiastic, but seemed to us so en
tirely genuine, coming as they did
fiom the highest as well ns tho low
est, that none of us today have a
(piestlon In our minds as to their sln
ceilty. "Another object which tho Japan
VJ'O evident!) had in view was to ni-
Our Pajamas are light, strong, and serviceable.
And they have a comfortable feeling that people like.
We have them in all the best grades of Madras,
Flannel, Merceriz:d Cotton, Etc.
Our. Star, Wihon Bros, and Cluctt Shirts, the Big
Six in Shirtdom, are the handsomest of all our Holiday
Goods. Why not get yourself some of thera?
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
tahllsli closer business relations be
tween tho two nations. They clemon-
btrated that. In many rases, v. hern
they bought goods from countries
other than the United Stntes, It was
because the Americans did not hold
out iiuflklcnt Inducements or make
tnlllclent effort to secure such trade.
"We becalms thoroughly satisfied
that, when quality and figures tiro
about oven, representatives of Amer
ican house will alvvajs have the pief i
deuce In obtaining orders.
"Ono of the things that Impressed
us was tho gic.it progress made by
the Japanese In the manufacturing
"Thelo are many things with '
which Ameilca formerly supplied tho
Orient that are now being manufac
tured In Japan. On tho other hand,
ns tho Japanese people become weal
thier, their wants will develop nnd
'thcli purchasing power will Increase,
so a properl j -fostered trade between
j tlio two nations is. in our opinion,
capable of being much Increased."
I Mi. Dohrnuinti Is a man well fitted
for the Important post of chairman
of tho Commercial Commission. He
has had wide experience In public
'affairs and is rlosely identified with
the commercial Interests of these
1st inda nnd the Pacific Coast.
Ho is a director ir extensive stock-
Jioldcr In the following concerns:
Dohrniann Commercial Co , San I'rnn
Cisco; Nnthan-Dohrmnnn Co , San
Francisco; l'armelce-Dohrmnnn Co.,
l.os Angeles; W. W. DImond & Co ,
Mil., Honolulu, T. II.; Howcll-Dohr-mann
Co, Oakland; Trlnkler-Dohr-niann
Co., San Jose; Yost-Dohrmnnn
Co , Stockton; Southern Crockery Co ,
Just befoio leaving Yokohama, the
Commlsslonois prepaied an nddicss
to tho pcoplo of Japan, which was
published. In Japanese, thioughout
the emplie. Tho address covered tho
main points gleaned from tho tour,
nftei the Commlssloiicis had had op
portunity to consider all phases of tho
journey carefully. The addicts fol
Tokjo, November B, 1908.
To tho I'eople of Japan: Ilefoio
leturnlng to our country we, tho
Honoraiy Commercial Commissioners
lepresentlng Chambers of Commerco
of tho Pacific Const of the United
I States of America, desire to express
oui heartfelt gratitude and the up
.predatlon for tho Innumerable cour
tesies and abundant hospitality ex
tended by the Chambers of Commerco
ot Toko, Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, and
(Continued on Page 3)
County Attorney Cathcart
x Denies Thurston's
ino Hearing oi inc oruer it) suuw
rausu why John W, Cathcart should
not put up a bond to cover tho costs
Tho hearing of tlio order to show
of his suits against thu Advertiser
was put over until Wedncsdn), No
vember 2301. this morning by Judge
Do Holt, nt tho request of tho counsel
for tho Hawaiian (lazettu Company
and Waller 0. Smith. Cathcsrt's at
torneys, Mllvertcm and A. 0. M. Rob
ertson objected, but their objections
County Attorney Cathcart this
morning filed an atlldavlt In opposi
tion to thu order to show cause, stat
ing that he has been uilgaged in tho
pi notice of law In this Tcrrltoiy for
some enrs past, and that his prac
tice has been constantly growing Ho
denies tho allegation of atntcment
muilo In thu affidavit of I.orrlu A.
Thurston to tho effect that ho would
not bo able to pay the costs of tho
suit, If It went agntust lilm.
Ho nlso denies that tho costs of the
suit will nmount,to thu sum of S230,
but on tho contrary avers that they
will not exceed thu sum of 1100.
TENYO ARRIVES IN
PORT FROM ORIENT
"Nippon Kali! Nippon Ilnh! Nln
pon, Nippon, Usnza'l!" As the mag
nificent liner Tcno Maru was coining
along to her berth nt tho Hnckfeld
wharf this morning bearing the Cham
bers of Commerco delegation which
lslted tho "Land of Chrjsnnthe
mums," tho members grouped them
selves on the main deck and greeted
tho crowd which assembled on tlio
wharf with tho Japanese jell. C. M.
Coolco, ono of tho members, acted as
a captain. Tho yell was given with
enthusiasm and forco.
In response, Mr. Cooke's family,
consisting of Mrs. Cooke, 8r., tho
boj s, tho girls, Ihii relatives, Including
J. P. Cooko nnd V. J, Lowrey, and
friends, grouped themselves on tho
wharf, and, at dpi Blgnul given by
Clarence Cooko, the shouted "Ban
zai." It was a Jolly family reunion.
Among the members of tho Pacific
Coast Chambers of Commerco who aro
returning me W. M. Alexander, W,
Pin, Inn U It- tt ..I. .. n nn...
Vl,tJ lull, I- ,V , WWIII IIIUII. ..I, VIIVUI1
biuni, I.. Qreeubauni, Henry Michaels,
l)r Kasper Plschel and wife, and K.
Skinner. Tho Honolulu cabin passen
ger list compilsed C. M. Cooke, Miss
Alice Cooko, Mi. and Mrs. John Wat-
crhnuso nnd IC. Ito, of tho Japanese
Foreign offlco, who comes hero as ono
of tho secretaries of tho local Japan'
The Tcno Maru, nftcr leaving Yo
kohama, encountered somewhat un
pleasant weather. This continued for
two days, after which tho trip was
pleasant. She brought 94G tons of
general cargo and 47 bags of mall for
this port. In her steerage, there were
CS Japanese, for Honolulu.
Wo aro pleased to announce to our
riimcrous customers and the goneral
public, that wo havo secured tho ser
vices of MARAMB JOSEPHINE, who
now has complcto ninnugemont of our
millinery department. All orders will
ecelte our prompt and careful atten
tion ami ut lowest possible prices.
Your patronngo solicited, Isoshiina,
IWfE ACT as Executori of
Wf .Wills. It is our special
business, and no indi
vidual can 'be in a posi
tion to do it so well as we.
There is absolutely no chance of
our failing to carry out every item
as it was intended to be carried out.
Let us see you about your will.
We make it out in proper form free.
023 FORT ST.
RETURN FROM JAPAN
FLEET IN PACIFIC
And Peters Clash
In Criminal Case
One nllcged-to-bc-Iost butcher
knife, two warring attorncjs, and
Uiwjcr Prosser's cross-examination
of himself wero sotue of the featuus
In tho enso of this Territory vs. Kl
mura, chaigcd wit i knifing a China
man at the .Monna Hotel, which was
continued In the Criminal Court be-
, . . tl . . ,. , ,
.foro J,lUso """I"0," ' morning,
; '"" use a time-worn Western phrn
the opposing roundel in the case are
certainly "hostile," mid as each of
them happens to possess a good pair
of lungs, at times the listener might
fancy thnt there Was n real fight In
progress. Especially was this notice
able this- morning when Prosecuting
Attcrne Prossor stated to the Coutt
that ho wished to show b) a certain
Chinese witness, who wus then on
the ktnnd, that the defendant had at
tempted to Millet the suit by an offjr
of something over SHOO In rash.
Mr, Peters, for the defense, Inter
posed, and told Mr. Prosser that ho
didn't care what he wanted to show,
the pioposltlon was distinctly unfair,
and should bo stricken from the rec
ords. The Court ordered so, and also
Instructed the Jury to disregard tho
statement of Mr. Prosser, who then
stated that ho closed his case for the
Mr. Peters then asked Mr. Prosser
to take the stund, waiving the oath.
The questlorof Identification of the
knife with wblrh the cutting Is al
leged to have been done was then
brought out, ,1,'iH knife vus supposed
10 unve been Mosiy or lent iroin mo
Orand Jury room ut the time the In
dictment was brought In. Peters
asked Prosser If he know' what had
become of the knife when it disap
"Why, Mr. Peters. I thought ii
might have pinched It," answered the
prosecutor, later, however, qualify
ing tho statement, stating that he
never thought It seriously.
The ease is almost finished now,
tho prosecution hnvlng finished.
Tho sailing tlmo qf tho Tenjo Maru
for tho Coast has been changed until
9 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Ll' I "m S
ISLAND FRUITS AS HOLIDAY
Why nott Can you conceive of
anything nicer to send your relatives
or friends for the holidays? Leave
your order with us and it will have
prompt and careful attention.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
Gold Tip Ideal 8meka
10 to Package 25 Centi.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO.,
Lo Qatos, Cat., Pacific Coast Agents.
If not at dealer we will send by
mall to any address upon receipt of
T5c and $1.00
THANKSGIVING DAY, NOVEMBER 26TH.
Party JDinnefs Arranged 'Specially. PHONE 59.
Alexander Young Cafe
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW LOT 1UST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDQ.) '' '
FREAR TO LOOK
UP FAIR MATTERS
"Hawaii Avenue" May
Be Tropical Garden
Ooernor Krenr. who left on tho
truusKrt Crook, will attend to u
great many matters In the Interests
of Hawaii with regard), to her exhibit
at tho Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposi
tion wlillc ho is in Washington, and
It Is thought that ho will take tlieso
mnttcrs up with the authorities. theru
Immediately on his arrival. It is
piobablc that the result of his Investi
gation so to speak, will glo tluuo
who aro working on tho proiosltlon
here tho first dcllnlto Idea of how Ha
waii's exhibit Is to be handled
Special Agent I.lovd Chtlds has n
great man) of thu features of the Is
land Territory exhibit already worked
out, committees aro planning and
working, thu Commissioners nre busy,
and, on the Whole, everything Is go
ing along swimmingly. Hut theru aro
other things to bo taken Into consid
eration. The question of transporta
tion has not )ct been settled, nnd this
Is vltnl. The question ot arrangement
of space In Hawaii's own tittle build
ing has not been settled, and this also
Is Important. Governor Krear wl
look Into these matters and will prob
ably rpport ''to the Commissioners
within a very short tlmo after his ar
rival at Washington.
Thero Is a pretty llttlo avenue run.
nlng up from Lake Washington, past
tho Government building, and facing
iiuwHUB uuiiuiiig at mo fair grounds
In Seattlo, and the street Is called
"Hawaii Avenue." If poBslWorit' Is
proposed to mako thls-strect a real
tropical garden, with all sorts of
transplanted trees and plants growing
in profusion. Then there will be tho
honey exhibit, tho pineapple exhibit,
natlvo wood and furniture, sugar, tho
scnooi exhibit, sisal, rubber, fresh
fruit, fish, and thu art exhibits to bo
At present thero aro twelve commit.
tecs working on different features for
the exhibit, besides tho Commissioners
and Mr. Chllds.
Get the Best!
Our messengers are the ones you see
on the eo: there is nothincr slow
about them Watch them!
Drue Co., Ltd.
Hobson Wants Fleet
To Stay In Pacific
AKRON, Ohio, Nov, 23. Repres:ntative Hobson lias sent a letter to
President Roosevelt in which he dem amis that the Atlantic Fleet be re
tained in the Pacific.
For Austrian Attack
BELGRADE, Servia, Nov. 23. The archives and coin of the National
Bank have been removed for fear of an attack on Belgrade by the Austrian.
REACH TEAM DEFEATS
TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 23. The R:nch All-American team defeated the
Wascda University nine by a score
Xeio University team by a score of
SPERRY'S MEN LAND
MANILA, P. I , Nov. JJ3. Admiral Spcrry has decided to permit the
landing of the men of the Atlantic ricct.
RUEFS CHAUFFEUR EXTRADITED
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 23. Lathan. Abo Rucf's chauffeur,
has been extradited from Oregon. He has denied the testimony' he gave
formerly, implicating Ruef.
i i i
COAST CHINESE MOURNING
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 23. The Chinese of this city have se
cluded themselves to go into mourning over the death of the late Emper
or and Empress Dowager.
NEW YORK CAMPAIGN FUND
ALBANY, N. Y., Nov. 23. The Republican National Committee has
given out that the campaign fund amounted to 51,579,578.
To Be Made
"Rome of our friends seem to bo
vvorrjliiK considerably over tlio man
ner in wlilcli tlio upnolntmentH under
(lie City anil County are to bo mndc,"
mild II. M. WiitKon, tlio Democratic at
torney, this morning. "You may any
tliat tho Democrats nro not vvoroliiK
at all over tlio matter, ob tlio Munic
ipal Act very clearly provides there
for. You will bnve noticed that tho
I.eKUluturevln frnmliiK tlio Municipal
Act, In several Instnnces mailo special
provisions for tho liiJURuratliiK of thin
form of government, unil anch u spec
ial provision has been madu In regard
to tho appointments also "
Watson then referred to tho RcneTnl
bectton of tho Act, relatlnR to appoint
ments, which rends aa follow s:
"Section 81. Tho Mayor, with the
approval of the Hoard of Supervisors.
A Patent dress shoe made
with a feather-wtight, flexi
ble" sole and innersoles.
This gives the shoe that
I comfortable feeling tbat we
I 1l1r ba Mtn1 In m.ta nl.1
They are made by one of the best factoiies
leathers by skilled, experienced workmen.
1051 Fort Street
KEIOS AND WASEDAS
of eighteen to one, and defeated the
Ave to nothing. '
shall appoint all ofuccra of tlio City
nnd County whoro otictlon or appoint
ment Is not ntlierulfo specially provid
ed for In this Act. When a vacancy
occiiik In nay nlllco, mill provision Is
not othorwlso niailu In this charter or
by law for tlllliii; the same, tho Major,
with audi nppiovnl, shall appoint a
miltnblo person to fill such ncnncy
who shall hold ofllvo for tho lcmnlndur
of tho unexpired terni.
"You 'will BiM), however. Ihq matter
of tho npK)lntmentx for tio first term
under tho Act tins been covered by a
speclul section, which loa tho May
or tho full appointing power," con
tinued Watson. "Tho Legislature o
Idently foresaw tho Interregnum which
would follow, when all tho oiricorfl
holdliiR ofllco under tho present Coun
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Shoe Co., Ltd.
Fort nnd Hotel Sts.
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