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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTJLTJ, T. 1I TUESDAY, NOV. 24, 1908.
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHIKQ CO., ITD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each wtek.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
VVafluco R. Pnt-rlnjjtori, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
HP-aJ J Editorial Rooms, - 185
A M Business Office, - 256
Etitrttd t the PofttotTicc at Honolulu
as nontl rla miltrr.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1908
laglier. tin- witness of the day. Haas
npiuojchi-il along thu right aisle, walk
, , , n k rapidly but not In Httclt'a way as
S.tn Francisco's iminlclp.il ndmln- u atlra(,t lutotitttm. When within
lftmtlon has ulvvavs been more )f about four feet of the unsuspecting
.,,,', ,,, .n.i Victim ho drew n 3S-cnllber icvolver
losi nfetoclnlcd with graft. boodle. v.lI(.h ,10 ,,,, cnrr(,,, ,,,,lcll ,lilrtIy
and lorrtipllon. but not since tho ,y his left urm and partly by the folds
.lavs of 1'alloch and lloss HucKley of his coat, and without uttering a syl-
las of haiiocn aim ih uw ur k, R , Hlglltc8t lmui)0
ban Its rotlenncs been brought o Mngo glu)( UolRiy w)() lm((
directly htituo to the people of t" , Lccn sitting with hid elbowH resting
Coast ilty as now. Thut they nro on the tnhlo beforo him, sunk forward
fullv moused to their condition Is cv- without n groan, and for an Instant
Idcnt, but whether the exiitlng sen- the witnesses of the crime were so
tlmont In favor of homsty and InU-B- spellbound by the recurrence that not
Ilty -xv 111 be a lasting one It Is -( 1r.lt.,r r m2 San .lose avenue ami
mlt to foretell. , u former Juror In Department fi of
Nt.w York, In the f.u l'.ist, had Its ,0 supeilur Court. sprang forward
similar experience, sulllclently to t-i mid grubbed Haas by the shoulder Ho
tompel the nomination of men like was luimi'dlutely Joined by Deputy
Solli Low and (lo.ioiul Strong for the Sheriff Frank Cojlo and Detective
... . m . v ... v..i imiv n,,,i .John Foley of the prosecution. Haas
what lamoro to the point, to Kiiarnn-'whlch E01,nlatea tho courtroom fiom
lee, their election lloowvclt puilllcd tH0 Bj,acc occupied by JuiIrc, Jury,
their police iinil Colonel Wnrlns clerk and stenographer. It was ifono
cleaned the street en business prln-.wi quickly that the crowd was unable
clples. this iu in IbIiik the New York- to voiit Its horror upon the criminal,
1 .... . u Im fhrmv h.n.HPlf on iilu linnu nrirl nt
era moro than antnlUK tney na-j
Take a Walk
on your next leisure afternoon
gb up to College Hills and see
how many new Jiomes are be
ing built. 'It .would be easy
for you to get a lot and have
a home in this suburb of the
Let us take you out and show
you some of our choicest lots
in this Tract. You will be
surprised when you learn how
easy it is to become the own
er of one. When you have
become the owner of a lot we
will assist you in building a
over experienced In the way of mu
nicipal Kovcrnment. Hut tho tiuu
ble Is that thee reform movements
do not last; the people becomo Indif
ferent again and tho boodlera once
more come Into their own.
In S.m rrniiclbco the dellbcrnto
stealings, extensive bribery plans,
who threw himself on his back and at
first lefused to say a word even to
glvo his name.
Meantime McCnbo had caught Hon
ey in his arms and prevented his head
from falling to the table, which was
i.ipldly becoming Hooded with blood.
Tho wounded man was then assisted
to the tloor by many anxious hands,
t.nd after 11 busty examination of tho
Sjwfi. 1md LoM
"I bellovo I am going to die. I
don't know who shot me. I thought
that It was a blow delltered from
Bomo ono behind mo."
There was considerable delay In
obtaining an nmbulance, but ns soon
ns one could bo procured Heney was
carried from tho scene of tho attempt
upon his life to the Central Emergency
Haas, who hart neen ncia uown uh
this while by his original captors, fili
ally burst out In a frenzied explana
tion of his crime.
"I d Id It for mankind!" no encu.
while tho demity sheriffs made a ring
around of the crowd as had not yet
been sent from tho room. I woum
not consider myself fit to llvo If I
had not done It," ho continued, with
out a sign of sympathy for his victim,
and with a swaggering air which plain
ly boasted of his contemptible deed.
"I simply Bet a precedent."
Assailant Is Ex-Convict.
Repeated questions dragged from
Haas tho statement that ho was 48
years old and a native of Germany.
He was soon recognized as a talesman
drawn during tho first Rucf trial, but
prevented from getting on tho Jury
by a challengo from Heney, who had
discovered that Haas was an ox-con-
vlct. having served a term nt" San
wound by Dr. II. E. I'ranck. who hao-
und wholcsalo corruption undor May-'jiened to bo present, word was passed
or Schmltz came nulckly one upon around mat lienor would die. Tho
another. Occasional punishment fol-' deputy sheriffs and pollco officers who Q ; M "J of Max .
lowed, then fconictliues llie release 01 :- .,"",",. ,r " ,; 7, ley. when ho found hlmselt recog'
thu biggest criminals by tho courtB, ,(0 ,moa81)Io nthernlso , nrolect
ii hiilclde or two, and death caused tIl0 fo ot theinlscreant who had fired
by guilty conscience. Hut tho peoplo tb0 Ehot. Assistant District Attorney
were sufficiently aroused to elect John O'Oara, who has been Honey's
assistant in tlie prosecution or Ilia
present enso against Iluef. knelt down
to receive what all feared would bo a
Hcney's Words to O'Gara.
Heney had fought heroically against
tho pain of his wound, which was near
I tho rlslit temple, and up to the mo-
Mayor Taylor, one of tho best men
In their municipality, mid later to
defeat Judge Cooke, tho protector of
houses of probtltiithm und their In
mates, though the niajoijty against
lilm, and In favor of Judge Dunne,
was not a l.irgo one,
Mri, r ,.., i.vnnri.pn' immoral "lel '"'" ""ma Knelt down he had
political a.mosphe.e nr,,e ...rough L'nT.' ,!v'" lV,"!?'?
the greed and corruption ot men nt whcll toM of 1(J )0RBuIo fntnl cmr;
the head of inige 01 potations, who
bought to add to their power, gains,
and wealth by the Illegal purchnso
of privileges within tho gift of tho
municipality. They found willing
tools to do their dirty work, and dis
honest ofllclals, holding public posi
tions given them by the people, ready
to nccept the boodle and with n pur
cbasjbln nnuKet price. These cor
poration managers were leaders In
business, sometimes In society, men
who should have been honored and
respected alwnjs, yet who wore go
ing about from day to day with their
hands In the people's pockets, pilfer
ing and stealing every dollar that
they could sec, feel, und reach.
actor of his
Injury ho whispered to
nlzed yesterday Haas spoke somewhat
moro coherently, and said that 110 nan
tried to get oven with Heney because
tho latter had denounced him as an
ex-convict. Catching sight of Judge
I.nwlor, Haas scrambled to his reel
and held out his hands which had
by this tlmo been manacled by l'ollco
man F. W. Ilohl and Insulted . his
honor by a fulsomo apology for tho
I want to apologize I want to
apologize," ho said, smiling.
Judge I.awlor turned his bacK 111
disgust and Haas pretended to bo
seized with somo sort of an attack and
throw himself violently to tho floor.
He was quieted with difficulty.
Though somewhat under tho Influenco
of liquor Hass was not drunk at tho
time bo fired tho shot, his hand being
perfectly steady and tils gait natural.
Eight Lots at Kaimnki, cleared and
fenced. Suitable for truck farm-
Ban rranclsco Is still rotten and ing $2100.
will bo till every putrid Loodler, . .
whether giver or receiver, Is placed1 Jo fine building loU in Manoa
behind tho bars. Something has been , ?1600 ana ?1000.
done In the purification line, thanks
to Iludolph Spreckels and men of his
caliber. Uven ho felt disheartened IP Of RfiTI'tl
at tho repeated failures to fcecuro Jus-j
tlco for tho peoplt, and it will be re-1.. , .
numbered that President Koosevelt Nuuanu Avenu ?38'
wroto to Mm, only two or threo Nuuanu Avenue J50.00
months ago, commending his good
work and urging Its continuance. School Street $40.00
Again has tho President shown his Quftrrv gtr..f M gft
keen Inteiest 111 Hit effort to purify UUarry btreet ZZ8
San 1'ranclbco by sending words of Kinau Street' $25,00
si'mnnthv to l'losecutlnc Attorney
Heney, who was stricken In tho court Thurston Avenue $75,00
when In tho performance of his pub- t.iii. ot ivt..t mnn
lie duty as prosecutor of tho biggest Lvmhl St- (Furnished) ,r. ..$40.00
criminal and bcomnlic! ot tho bunch,
TI1010 must, tome day, bo a perma
nent icmedy for, and relief from,
such rascality, though It seems to bo
11 long tlmo coming. It rests with
tho people, with their strongth, or
weakness, their determination or
Suicide of Haai.
Chronicle, Nov. IS:
Morris Haas, tho rejected Juror, who
shot Francis J. Henoy on Friday after
noon, committed sutcldo at 8:40
o'clook last night In his cell at County
Jnlly No. 2. He fired a bullet into hla
forehead while ho lay on his cot,
dropped up In a blanket and apparent
ly asleep. Ills weapon was a 41-cal-Iber
derringer, an antlque-pattorn single-shot
firearm, which, It Is said, ho
had been able to concoal without bo-
Ing dlsrovered by either his guards or
the two sets or policemen and detec
tives, who searched him after his ar
Haas went to bod nt 8 o clock, and
had been allowed by his guards, De
tectlvo Sergeant Thomas Burke and
Patrolman Dennis Uurke, to sloep with
his shoes on. This peculiar request
was made on the previous evening.
and granted by the prison authorities.
It was considered odd, but no partic
ular notice was taken of it, and no
suspicion was aroused, although tho
two searches of the prisoner had been
defecttvo, In that tho shoes woro not
taken off and examined. The pollco
cay that tho shoes, old-fashioned gait
ers, woro tho only place whero a small
revolver could bo concoaled.
When Haas' body was found, It was
lying on its side on tho floor of tho
narrow stono cell, No, 23, The corpse
had evidently rolled off the cot when
SHOOTING OF HENEY
(Continued from Pp.se It
urn was necessary, not milv to urn
vent any possible move on thu part Low Rates; Prompt;
Wnikiki (Furnished) $40.00
COR, FORT AND MERCHANT SIS,
tho bullet, was fired. Tho tiny revol
ver, which' did tho work, was found
covered by tho blankets, which had
tumbled on the bed. ,.
Finds Print of Weapon.
Not until an examination of tho dead
man's clothing was made did the pollco
And the evidence which convinced
thorn that the man had hidden the
weapon In his shoes. Captain ot De
tectives Kelly found one trouscr leg
rolled up, and looking doner, saw the
Indentation In the man's leg, which
showed Id him how tho pistol could
havo been tucked into the elastic
side of tho shoe, and hidden there, safo
Haas slept both nights with his cell
door open and two guards patrolling
the corridor, I'atrolman Dohlo was
tho last man to tnlk with tho prison
er. Ho says that Unas seemed fairly
cheerful, and did not exhibit the rest
lessness which characterized him on
his first night In Jail. Five minutes
beforo tho fatal shot was fired IJohlp
looked into the cell, and saw his pris
oner apparently sleeping. Haas op
ened his eyes and glanced nt the po
liceman, but Immediately closed them
Dohlo stopped out Into tho corridor
again, and tho next thing that hap
pened was tho report ot tho pistol
ringing through tho prison and telling
everybody that a tragedy had como as
a sequel to tho Heney shooting.
The manner In which Haas obtained
and kept tho weapon with which ho
took his life last night, Is something
which will need a rigid police Investi
gation, Detective Hums said last
night that ho believed the weapon
had been slipped Into tho man's cell
yesterday afternoon by-somebody who
eluded tho vigilance of tho prisoner s
Vlsltid by Hit Wife.
Hans wob visited by his wtfo at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon, but ev
ery moment of that Interview ,was
watched, It Is said, by Patrolmen At
rtdgo and Kelly.
Two searches were mado of Haas
before ho was placed In that cell. Im
mediately after the Heney shooting
tho would-bo assassin was carefully
Learched by Captain Duke and Detec
tlvo Hums. These men say that the
Job was done thoroughly. That was
at G o'clock. When tho tnnn was tak
en as a special prisoner to tho County
Jail at 7 o clock, ho was again
tenrched, tills time by Detectlvo Sep
geant Burko and Patrolman Kelly. On
both occasions, It Is admitted, tho
shoos of tho prisoner were Ignored.
although all the rest of the clothing
gand the entire body were examined.
Detectlvo 'William J. Burns is or
the oplhlon that the, weapon was
passed tollaas in tho Jail. He said:
"Tho man was searched twice, onco
by myself,, and l am certain that be
had no derringer concealed In hit
clothing when J10 entered his cell.
Ther can', be but ono conclusion,! and
that Is that ho got tho weapon from
somo one In this prison."
District Attorney I.angdown was of
ine same opinion. 110 said:
"Tho roan waaearehed thoroughly
oy experienceu men on two occasions.
Tho question li be answered Is,
"Where did ho get tho derringer with
which his lire wofe snuffed out?'
rtudolph Spreckels said -that there
was nothing clenr as to where tho
weapon came from, and ho did not
wish to make a statement until he had
all tho facts in the case.
Talked Freely to Kelly.
Captain Kelly' was In the Jail all yes
terday aftornoon'and evening and had
ample opportunity to observe tho pris
oner nnd get his state of mind through
lepeated Interviews. Ho said Hint the
man was plainly laboring under a
heavy Btraln, which ho showed In tho
almost feverish manner In which ho
talked about his family. Kelly Bays
that Haas had a haunted look In his
eyes and was abjectly melancholy,
winch plainly told how his predica
ment was preying on him.
"He told mo a pretty full story of
his life," said Kelly last night, "but
never dropped one hint that ho con.
templated suicide, or hoped to end
his troubles in a way to cheat tho law.
He spoko about his family constantly,
and said that they had always lived
happily together 'until ho was pro
claimed an ox-convlct In open court.
"That, ho said, mado lilm despised
by his former friends. His business
began to bo bad and he brooded over
It. He was unable to sleep and sat
up often and smoked until morning.
Ho told me that a womari friend of
tho family told him that ho was grow
ing crazy, and threatened to swear to
a complaint for his arrest on the
ground of Insanity.
"Haas told mo that when ho decided
to shoot Honey he didn't tell anybody
about It, nnd hu declared to 1110 that
nobody knew about It at nil. Ho add
ed, in his last Interview with me, that
ho hoped his victim would not die."
Gave One Hint Only.
Haas spent his last hours on earth
quietly. Ho ate roast beef, bread and
tea, nnd his meal was a sparing one.
To his guards ho seemed moody, some
times very gloomy, and nt other times
rnthcr cheerful. One remark which
he dropped to Sergeant Burko ws
significant. He' said:""
"Before' this thing ends there will
be sensational developments."
In the light of eventn which fol
lowed it Is believed that the man was
darkly hinting nt his own suicide.
Putt Bullet In Brain.
The wound was In tho middle of the
forehead, Haas evidently having
placed the muzzle of tho weapon
squarely against the skull. The, ball
pierced the brain, nnd death must
have been almost instantaneous.
TWO CANDIDATES DISOBEY
(Continued from Pan U
six months, a flno ot not moro than
a thousand dollars, or both. Kalnu
okalanl referred the matter to Dep
uty County Attorney Mllverton, who,
stating that the violation of the law
was probnbly not jiHrncdltnted, hut
rather the result ot negligence or Ig
norance, advised the Clerk to wtito
to the two delinquents, telling thrill
to come forth wlththclr statements
Immediately. , Then, In caso,,,Ul3
should not brlng'thcm to time
might be taken to enforce
against them. r
The 'last .candidates to ftle their
statements were as follows:
John Ii. Paoo, Independent candi
date for Deputy Sheriff ot Koo'uii
Nomination fco . , $ 25, Oq
B the 'law
r1' T -..'...... ...n,.n el-re rnllAO"-
' CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE COLLARS
A collar that fits as well
after laundering as before
15 rents-!" fur 8i cents.
CI.UnTT, I'KABODV CO., Tmy, N Y., Makm of Cluctl Shirts
Total $ 28.00
Wm. M. Ahla, elected Republican
candidate for Supervisor:
Nomination fee S 2H.00
Personal expenses 1.S0
Printing and advertising . , . C.fiO
rotal $ 3.1. r.O
Itlchard H. Trent, elected Demo
cratic candidate for County Treas
Nomination fee , . . So.00
Personal expenses . . , CO.00
Printing nnd advertising , .. 32.00,
. "V" .) tf'tV'f
lEd.v Ingham, defeated Democratic
Nomination fee . ,.. 25.00
Printing anil' advertising ... 33. SO
Personal expenses 13.00
I Total v...i 71.50
CAMPBELL AND PRATT
Geese, and Chickens
Bred in California and raised on grain. They are in
be condition for dinner Thanksgiving Day. Let's havo
't order. -'
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
$1 a Year
(Contimed from Pace 1)
nent water system for Knlahco wna
At Hannlcl, the government survey
or was Instructed to go ahead with
the work ot cutting up tho bench lots
Town lots on tho Anahola Flats will
also shortly be laid out.
At Kapaa, the official party hold a
final meeting with those desiring title
and leases to irroperty In Kapaa town,
nnd nl8o conferred wtth n number of
Hawallans who deslro liomosteadlng
land up In tho valleys. Work has
been, or will bo within a very short
time, started on tho water system
Big Irrigation Scheme.
For Irrigation purposes, the govern
ment has a reservoir site with a ca
paclty for 10,760,000 gallons per day
at a minimum. It Is planned to nut
In ono of tho blggeBt lrrgatlo,l
schemes In tho Islands here, but Mars
ton Campbell has not yet completed
hla plans for this work, 'Ho will go
over again In December and spend a
week on tho .ground, studying out hli
HAS NO EttUAL "
"You have no dukes," tho llrlton
"No earls nor viscounts here,"
"No," said tho Yank, "we'liave alnjid
"That's qiilte wlthont a peer'"
BssssssssW Hrr it in 1 1 issssssssssssi m bbsssssi k .Bssssr jfl
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by -.
The Paint Shop?" " 134 King St
of tho defendant, but fur Knot's own I
piotcctlon In tho picscut excited stnto
of tho public, mind.
Heney Shot While Seated. I
Tho ehootlug occuired whllo Heney
was seated at tho table usually occu
pied by tho prosecution, Immediately
In front of tho spectators and outside
of tho roll. Ho was conversing with (
Chief Clork Ad fiicuauo 01 tno District
Attorney's offlco, and James A. (Jul-
T " '.v- (
The December Number
is the best ever issued.
It is now here; also the DECEM
BER SHEETS and PATTERNS.
Price of Magazine, 5c, each.
Price of PATTERNS, 10c. each.
XUNZITES, ETC., ETCJ
Set in Gold and Platinum
See them ,
They Are Very Stylish.
it F. Wichman & Co.
Get your lunch at the New Bueland
uaxery, Hotel Btreet.
"Hut how can you tell when a man
rings true?" "Just listen when bo Is
hard hit." Kansas City Timos.
These and other HOLIDAY GOODS at
Thrum's Book Store
FOR NEW SOLDIERS
Major Camara To Take
A genuine army tramp Is planned
for tho now Portuguc&o company ot
tho National duurd, 'Which Is now be
ing trained and organized by Major
Camara. Company C, N. fi. II., is
the official mime ot'tlie now organiza
tion, and there, pre at .present fifty-.
four enlisted men, vvlHi Captain, Cos
ta and MaJor'Camara,' both retired,
as commanding officers. It is plaiinel
to glvo tho men an outing, stnrtlng
Saturday evening, December Gth,
and returning Sunday evening.
Just wbeio tho practise march will
end has not yet been decided, though
tho objective point will probnbly be
either .Moannlua or up to tho Pall,
Tho men will curry shelter tents and
tiaveliug equipment, and they will
be taught how to pitch their tonts
and inuko themselves accustomed to
tho rigors ot a long march.
Uniforms nnd equipment theso men
have not, for this essential part ot
tho real .soldier has not jet arilved.
The men hope.to.beuliy equipped,
however, in n vory Bhort tlmo.
Klevop nppllinuts will bo examined
to outer tho company this evening,
and by, Monday Major Camara ex
pect t,p havo the organization complete.
FLORA HARVEY TO
Flora Harvey, by her attorney, K.
M. Watson, has filed her application
for adoption papers for little Eliza
beth Harvey, or Mercedes llrlggs, as
she Is also known. This Is the llttlo
7-year-old girl whoso mother gave
her away the day after she was born.
Senator Hurvey took enre of the lit
tle child, and now that Judge Do
Holt has udjudged tho mother an un
lit person to havo her in charge, Miss
Harvoy will ndopt her. She wishes
that hor nnmo bo legully mado Eliza
For a Good, Clean Cut, call on us or
TELEPHONE TO 109.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, November 24.
SAN FUANCI8CO Sailed Nov. 2lr
S. S. Asia, 2 p. 111,, for Honolulu.
Ilk. St. Kntheilno, for Honolulu.
SAN FUANCISCO Arilyed Nov. 2,r.-
S. S. Alameda, 10 a. r.i., fiom llcmo-
Tom: I'd give anything If I could
only convince Miss Peaclily that I
lovo her. Jack: And why can't nn
iiinvlifivo her? .Tom;-, Jlec.uifau the
Iknuvvs I do,
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
' SAN" LUIS OBISPO 11AY, PAL.
Notice ,1s hcieby given that San
I.uls Obispo Doll nuoy, herolofoie re
ported t.U sounding, was repaired No
ENTHANCK TO SAN FRANCIS. 1
Notice Is horeby -given tha: Sin
Francisco I.lglt-Vessel No. -70, sta
tioned about 3 1-1 miles nutfiilo tho
bar, off tho entranco to San F.-.tncU.
'co Harbor, 10 7-8 miles,, -231 r.ei;, "u
mill. (SV. 7-8-, W.) from Fort Pol-it
I.lght-IIousc, and about C00 feet ii'mIIi
ward of the rang line marked by Fort
rami i.igm nun Aicatraz 1.131.,. will
bo tempoiarllj" withdrawn from" her
fdntlon on November 12, 1008, and tho
station, will bo marked by KOIcf
Ught-Vesscl No. 7.
Keilof Light-Vessel No. 71! sUvw,
unllko Ught-Vessul No. 70, twj fixed
white lens lantern lights -vlthmit
ecllpstM, 4 feet above the w.itti an. I
vlslblo about 12 miles In cle.u vaiIIi.
er. During thick or foggy weather
hho will sound a 12 Inch steam wills
tld and a Biibmailno bell with hu
samo chniacterlstlcs ns soundej frcm
Light-Vessel No. 70.
Llglu-Vessel No 70 will bo ro utm-d
to her Ltatltm In two or tlueo daj, i.C
which duo notice will )u given, ni.l
Itellef Light Vesbol No. 7ii will i.(.r
lly order of the Llght-Houso nimnl.
' ' ..,.'. J
The Markets of 'the Metropolitan
Meat Co., Ltd., will bo closed at 9
a. 111. Thiusdiy (Thanksgiving Day).
Two dellveiles on Wednesday, nouo
on Thursday. (Jet jour ordeis In
MI'THOPOLITAN MEAT CO., LTD,
tU--.W MtW i.frt.afeh.'Vtu (Vw.
h1 ",. .