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3:30 EDITION Bulletin Advertising will win more holiday trade then any other means
from Sun Francisco:
llllont.in Nov. 2S
Por San Francisco f
llllniiliiti Ocv. 1
1 Alnaiin Dec. 12
Mali lira Dec. K
Publicity is the only means of ex
pansion. When the people arc in
formed that you actually exist, that
you have goods to sell, that you offer
inducements to the purchaser, then
your trade grows. This lessen has
been learned by every merchant who
advertises in the Evening Bulletin.
VOL, X. No. 41G0.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1908. 8 PAGES.
TRICE 5 CENTS.
ROBBED OF $300,
RAE BUYS PAPER
Young Soares, Writer,
Hup Hnarcs, mitliiir iincl general 'It
crnr) light, wlm sailed iiwny for tho
mainland fiiiiiu months ago wllli Ilia
iivuwcd iiilctitiuu (if attending the
University of Missouri, In now m
C.illfmnla where, according to n let
ter rcci'lvcil licic Mils morning fiom
ii fuimer member- of tlic II it I I o,t I n
Muff, lie Is Hid pint owner of a news
paper nt I.iiIoii. Swires left licro on
one nf (tin Canadian liontH mill hilitlcl
In Vnm Oliver, II. (!.
v Tli.it he met with considerable
double lii his wanderings Ik evidenc
ed by Ihe'Mcrpt kIvcii below fiom
th letter, line was on IiIh flrKt trip
lo tliu mainland, anil the "(Jet-lllch-Qiil
I." iniMi must liavo luul their
I') i'H on the Honolulu liul who was
headed for the "SIuiw-Mc" State. The
"I met Itno Somen nn the street
hi'io toiliiy. Me was 'tnuclicil' for
f.'luo mill n ticket to MlKHourl whllo
lie was coming ilown thu Coast on n
sleeper, mill ho rtnppeil In 11 rising
illy (iilli'il Hiinforil hy tliu Innuit'js.
He lohl me (hut he has bought u con
trotlini; luteinst In a newspaper nt
l.'ileu, anil will go In worl. next wool:
(o male It sllcU. Ho seems to hnvo
iitiHiiiioni'it Ills pl.niH for going tn tliu
University of Missouri- they may
lrie liecn Hlolen fiom Ills pocket
nlong with that tlcl.ct."
Acting Allorncy tlcnerul Wliltiio
Mils morning iccoUcd a letter fiom
Attorney iiMior.il Charles It. Ilcmcil-w.-iy
at Washington. The letter was
urlltiii Nov. 7, anil at Hint lime
lleini'liwn) w.ik uppenrliiR hefoio Hie
Supremo rourt ill Iho l.an.it ease.
Ilrowne, Mi Canities' attorney, hull
Mr. Ileiiienway slateil that l!u law
Her HiippiKcil to he roiiiluctlliR Itui do
fiiMi lor Moiltu Kel.o made ditch 'i
mlsi'iulilo showing lieforn 111') Su
premo Court that ho wna onlcied In
sit ilnmi fiom tlio lieneli. Then
Ileiiienway luul lo net up ami oplalu
his opponeiit'H cuso In onler to pre
lent his own,
l.ealiiR San KrnnrlMii on Decern
her Silil, Mr. Ileiiienway hopos to ur
rhit haek here on the 2Slli, after n
loiiK bta In the Capital City.
Mi'iiibeia of Iho llaw.iil.iii Knglueer-
lug Asnoclallon e.iu pay flielr dues lo
Iho llnunclal secietuiy nl livening
llulU'lIn any day between 12 and 1.
ITow would you like to have
a suit mndc to your measure
by the world's foremost fash
Select the cloth you prefer
from our hip; special line of
snmplcs, nnd wc measure you
and guarantee to fit you in a
stylish, well-cut suit.
The Kash Co,,
Tort nml Hotel Sts.
Koa Remembrance Lies
60 Feet Deep In
l.vlnc In fifty feet of wntcr In
New York luulior, tlio beautiful Icon,
illnliiR tahlo which was sent from
tlio Inlands as n testimonial nml ex
pression of tlio Rood feclliiR here to
(lorliam I). llllmaii, will piolinhly bo
rulncil cntlicly befofo It can bo ox
trieateil from tlio wreck of the ship
on which it was taken from hero.
The following extract from u let
ter from Mr. (Illnuin Is explanatory:
"It is particularly a pleasure to
havo this testimonial prominently be
fore me, ns I am most unfortunately
deprived of the use of nml tlio ilc
llRlitful associations connected with
tlio table itself. I luul hoped that I
mlRht hno Riithcreil my faui'ly
mound it on ThnukKRlvInK D.iy to
ilrink health nml happiness to those
who luul so generously seat us such n
token of remembrance.
"Hut Instead of thlit, tlio tnbla,
which luul come safely tlio lonR libi
tum a from Its Inland source, now lies
In fifty feet of wntcr In New York
luulior. In alleuiptliiR to avoid a
collision tlio captain of tlio steani'jr
which was hilnglng'llie tnblo tn Bos
ton, ran his ship upon it rock nml olio
was sunk with her vnlunliln cargo,
my table nmoiiR the rest. UffortB .tro
beiUR made to false tlio vessel anil
savo her cargo, I linpo In duo time.
to recover tlio tabic, oven though In
ii damaged state, nml by placing 't
In tlio hands or fully competent
woiKmcn to hnvo It restored to 11h
original beauty anil usefulness, so
Hint I may jet hnvo the ptcasuro of
usscinlillng touuil It family and'
friends who may Join with mq In
drinking to each nml all of sou' In
tlio one little wonl which means ro
OI.SIINCIIItlSTOIMIKIlSIIN -In Ibis
City, Nov si, 11)08. nt Central Union
Church, by Dr. I). Scudder, Miss
Martha Olseu In Mr. Haagvnlil
Chlisloplierseli, both of Honolulu.
DH.I.INdllAM In thin city, Nov 23.
1P0S. to Mr. and Mrs. Harold li. Dil
lingham, a mhi.
,i - '
All vlslliuk membern of tlio II. P.
O. ICIks am cordially Invited to attend
Iho danco lo bo glM'ii nt the Moan a
Hold tomorrow evening by tlio local
See Iho closing notleo of Iho Mntro
polltnn .Meat Co., Ltd., in this issue.
1 Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
I turmUlullict rorMen I I ij Jteffit
MADE IN NtW YORK l1 I Isn'fH
DISOBEY THE LAW
Makanani and Lua Fall
To File Accounts
All tlio County candidates, with
tlio exception of Sam l.ua, the llniuo
Hulo candidate for Deputy Sheriff of
Koolauloa, and Makanani, tlio Dcm- j
ocratlc candidate for Deputy Shot 1.1
of Kwu, hnvo now lllcd their expense
accounts with County Clerk Kalauo
kahinl. As yesterday was tlio last ilny on
which such statements, according to
law, could he tiled, these two gentle
men sccin, technically nt least, to
have committed nn election misde
meanor, for which the penalty pro
scribed by law Is Imprisonment for
(Continued on Page 4.)
Many Territorial Matters
Taken Up On
Land Commissioner I'ratt mid Sup
erintendent ofl'ilhllc Works Marston
Campbell returned this morning from
tlio island of Kauai, wliero they have
been on a lour or Inspection with Act
ing (iovernor Motl-Smlth. Many mat
ters of liuporlmico lo tlio different
Territorial departments were tnken up
anil icmniivoiy inspin.cu oi, v. lien
thu Acting (Iovernor will roturn is
not yet known, though ho will prob
ably not bo linck for n weok or bo yet
I'ropobod school sites wero looked
at in i:ieolo nhd at Kolou. (iood sites
wero found, nnd. If tlio necessary pro-
llmlnary arrangements go through,
will bo secured by tho Territory.
At Knpaa tho matter of dividing Iho
land and putting it up for sale was
again taken up, with tho probable re-
bull that Ihcie will bo considerable nt
tho land on snlo very shortly. Kaln
hen Inmls wero lnsiected, both that
lliml which Is already settled mid that
whlrh it Is proposed lo open up with
in it short time. A site for n pcrma-
. (Continued on Fate 4)
Fine Bristles, Hardwood Backs
Newr Stock just in at "
Drug Co., Ltd.
how small your estate,
you should make a will,
and it should be
property drawn up, in
We will do this for
you without charge, if
made one of the Exec
utors. Your wife may
be the other.
023 FORT ST.
WILL CHARLES CLARK
BE SENIOR CAPTAIN?
Rumor Has" It That He Is
To -Succeed Capt.
While tlio appointments for vari
ous positions In 'tlio Police Depart
ment hnvo not been given out by
Win. Jiirrctt, tho Sheriff-elect, It Is
citricntly reported tliat Hubert Wnlpa
Pnrker, the senior captain, who serv
ed under several Sheriffs, will loso
his position. Ills position, according
to tlio reports, will be given to Cluis.
Chirk, father-in-law of tho new
Captain Parker docs not know how
lie ttnnds with Sheriff .larrclt, ex
cept Hint lie Is ready lo render nnslst
n n eo to hi in (Jarrett) when ho comes
Into office In Jnnunry. The now pos-
slide senior captain, Clark, could not
be. found today and therefore the re
ports could not be confirmed.
Kaliukii wireless station was In com
muntcatlon with Sitka, Abulia, for a
couple o (hours last night. Kxpert
Isbcll of tho Wireless Telegrnph Com
pany established comnmunlcation with
tlio distant Htitlo).wirlyIrr"lhe een
ing and cnrrlcd on a continued conver
Tlio Man at the Door: My llltlo
girl, ma'am, picked up a shoppln' big
which she says she seen an old lady
ilri' nn' I thought maybe 'It was
yours, ma'am. The Lady In tho Hall
(haughtily): There nro no old ladles
hero. It Isn't mine. And yet It was
hers, Just tho same. Cleveland Plain
Island Fruits as "
Why nott Can you conceive of-
anything; nicer to send yonr relatives
or friends for the holidays t Leave
your order with us and it will have
prompt and careful attention.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. raOIB IB.
Gold Tip Ideal Smoka
10 to Package 25 Cents.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO.,
Lot Qatot, Cal Pacific Coast Agents.
If not at dealers we will send by
mall to any addrete upon receipt of
?5o and $1.0.0
THANKSGIVING DAY, NOVEMBER 26TH.
Party Dinners Arranged Specially. PHONE SO.
Alexander Young Cafe
Chairs, Rockers and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp 6c Co.,
(IEWERS & COOKE BLDG.) . .
ARE IN QUARANTINE
Quadrupeds Will Not Be
Turned Over For
When tho Government mules get
out of quarantine, tho United States
Engineer company, now stationed nt
Walklkl Ilcach, will bo able to got
down to business. At present tho
stock Is In the hands of tho Territo
rial Veterinarian, however, nnd nro
not available for use.
Tho mules arrived on tho Amcrl-
can-llawallnn line freighter Texan.
As the law requires that such stock
bo" quarantined for two weeks In tho
custody, of the Tcrrllorlnl Veterina
rian, tho Government officials nnd
Army officers aro forced tn sit and
(Continued on Page 2)
ONLY CAVALRY WILL
BE SENT HERE NOW
Will Be Next To
That, with tho exception of tho
squadron of cavalry and, perchance,
a detachment of Signal Corps men.
there will bo no considerable body of
troops sent he re for a year or more.
Is the opinion of nn Army officer of
high rank stationed here. Tho offi
cer docs not believe that a full signal
company will be sent hero at present,
but rather that a small detachment
will bo detailed.
In regard to tho probablo assign
ment of heovy artillerymen, the offi
cer this morning cxprciucd It as his
belief that probably tour companies
will be sent here to man tho heavy
guns as soon as tho fortifications
havo reached a stago where tho mcu
can be made uso of.
"J do not bollcvo that tho main
body of tho Increased garrison will
arrive for a year or more," tho offlccr
continued. "Probably, after tho
cavalry and Signnl Corps comes, the
next troops will be tho artillerymen
to man the coast defense guns."
BULLETIN ADS PAV
Get the Best!
Our messengers are the onea you see
on the go; there ii nothing slow
about them Watch them I
, TEBBJT0BIA1 '
U.S.S. Relief Is
MANILA, F. I., Nov. 24. The hospital ship Belief, bound here
from Guam, is considerably overdue. Serious stonns have been reported
in the seas through which the Relief would have had to pass and much
anxiety is felt concerning the safety of the ship.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 21 The condition s of Pioscciitor
Francis J. Heney is slightly worse. The nnesthetic administered when
the bullet, fired by Murderer Morris Haas, was removed, has nllectcd his
kidneys. His condition is not thou pjit to be dangerous.
FEKIN, China, Noy. 24. Foreigners in, Rankin arc taking icfiiKC
on board the gunboats 'in the harbor.
WIDOW CHARGED WITH MURDER
ROCHESTER, N. Y., Nov. 24. The widow of Harry Sampson, neph
ew of the late Rear Admiral Sampson, has been arrested, charged with
the murder of her husband. The cafe was. nt first, thought to be one nf
suicide, but thorough investigation led the police to arrest Mrs. Sampson.
I OH1OT.STC ABE BURNED IN SLEEP
I OAKLAND, Calif., Nov. 24. Two
three more seriously injured in a Are which occurred here early this
morning. The men were asleep when the flic broke out, and were over
come by smokr.
, i i i
GOVERNOR CUMMINS FOR SENATOR
DES-MOINES, Iowa, Nov. 24. Former Governor Albert B. Cummins'
has been elected Senator from this State.
A detailed account of tho shooting
of Prosecutor Heney by Morris Ilaan
was brought by the Mam this morn
ing. Tho following extract from tho
Chronicle, Nov. 14, gives tho story of
Tho Jlucf trial was trnglcally Inter
rupted yesterday nfXernoon In tho
shooting of Assistant District Attor
ney Francis J. Heney by Morris Unas
of 1848 McAlltstor street . nil ex-con-vlct
whom Heney had offended whllo
dlschnrg'ng his duties as prosecutor
in a former graft tilal. Tho crime
was committed nt 4:ir o'clock during
Tuesday. November 21.
Temperatures 6 n. m., 70 j 8 n. in.,
76; 10 a. m., 77; noon, 78; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m 30.01; nbsoliilo
humidity, 8 a. in., tl.IGS grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
67 per cent; dew iwilnt. 8 n. in., Cfi.
A Patent dress shoe mado
with a feather-wtight, flexi
ble sole and inncrsoles.
This gives the shoe that
comfortable feeling that wo
like so much in our old
They are made by one of the best factories
leathers by skilled, experienced workmen.
1051 Fort Street
Chinese were bilrncd to death and
u brief reci-i of lh court, but whllo
tho loom wns crowded by citizen- ife
tectlves and court olllclnls. Yit so
quickly did the assassin uccompllsh
bin llllRtnrillv ilf.pil lli!il tint n l.tdVi.
could bo, mado to protect Heney until
It wus too lato Tlio Assistant Dis
trict Attorney is now at Iho Uuio llos
plcul. wliero ho is resting quietly. Ho
has n good cliaueo of recover)'
Ttuef in at Hut fiitnitv .lull hv Htwe.
Jnl order of .IiiiIro l.nwlor The wliolu
iny iiuiiik iiorriiieu in mo coin iiiooueu
shooting of u politic ofili'liil. tlil.i mc-ir.-
(Continutil on Page -1)
Wind -G a. m. udoclty 1, direction
N. K ; 8 a. in., cloclt) ii. dlrcctjou i: ;
10 ii. ni.. u'tority 9, direction N. H ;
noon, vi loelty 10. direction i:.
Itnlnfull dm tug 21 hours ended a.
in., .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended ut noon, MS, inllen.
Wit. II. STOCKMAN,
(taction Director. Wcalhor Iluroau.
Shoe Co., Ltd.