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VOL. XI. NO. 4224.
BOOTH SAYS IT IS ALL BLACKMAIL
JAPAN'S FOREIGN MINISTER SPEAKS
AND JINGOES CHEER
TOKIO, Japan, Feb. 2. Baron Komura, Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, made a statement in the Japanue Diet today bearing on the agita
tion against the Japanese that is troing on in California and Nevada.
Komura declared that the policy of te Government is a policy of
peace and h 's confident that the known friendship and the spirit of
justice prevailing in America wHl prevent legislation that may lead to in
Hatori, leader of the Onnosition. made a speech in reply. He at
tacked the passive policv of the Government. His utterances were loud
Nevada Assembly Has
Passed Its Resolve
CARSON CITY. Nev.. Feb. 2. The Ke.T. la Assembly today passed
the resolution directed against the
verse reference to President Roosevelt.
Starts From Mexico
CITY OF MEXICO, Mex Feb. 2. English, Japanese, and Mexican
capital lias combined to start a steamship line with ships plying from
the Mexican coast to San Francisco and the Orient.
WAINWRIGHT CHARGES QUALTROUGH DRUNK
GIBRALTAR. Feb. 2. Admiral
Qualtrough of the battleship Georgia was intoxicated during a reception
held in connection with the festivities of the Atlantic Fleet. A court
martial has been appointed.
ST. PETERSBURG. Russia, Feb. 2. Earthquakes are reported on
the Island of Sa;lialien in the North Facile.
TEN CALHOUN JURORS
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb.
the trial of Patrick Calhoun.
Get ready for it.
Have a coat that is a
better protection to
you than an umbrella,
and will pass anywhere
as an ordinary over
are just the thing for
rainy wear; warm,
Stop and take a look
at them; come in and
try on one.
The Kash Co.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
Jaoane.:, r.ft;r eliminating the ad
Wainwright charges that Captain
2, Ten jurors have been secured for
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1909. 10 PAGES.
POST CARD VOTE
ON SHIPPING LAW
Will Take Mail
MEETING WILL BE
HELD ON THURSDAY
Result of Vote Will Be Cabled
Delegate Kuhio at Washing,
ton The Action Is
The EcntlinentH of the members ot
tlio Merchants' Association for or
against the suggested suspension of
tliu coastwise shipping luw, an far iu
Hawaii U concerned, will probably
lie ascertained by means of a post
card vole. President Kred. I.. Wal
ill on of the Asnoclatlon lius called u
meeting for 4 o'clock Thursduy uft
crnouti, ami steps will then be taken
preparatory tn the sending out of the
The uctlon is taken at the roqunst
of ten prominent members of the
Merchants' Association, who are nnx
Ions to get a clear Idea concerning
Hie sentiments of the member?. What
ever the result of the vote nay he,
vlll he cabled directly to WiuMngton
to guide Delegate Kuhto In ills na
tions. It Is believed that n more truthful
expression of sentiment ran be secur
ed by means of a post-curd ballot
than in open meeting. Members have
heard the matter discussed In all Us
phases nnd have, ns a general thing,
made up their minds.
MemberB of the Association helluva
Hint it Is wise at this time, consider
ing the action taken by other civic
bodies, to get as general an expres
sion of sentiment us possible, Real
izing the dtmculty In Retting out to
a meeting u BUlllclontly representa
tive gathering of members to Insure
the securing of tho true majority
sentiment, tho post-card method has
been lilt upon as the most desirable.
"Just as quickly as wo receive the
answers to the cards we will cable
Washington. That should settle the
matter, as far us the Merchants' As
sociation Is concerned," said Presi
dent Wttldion this morning.
Condemnation proceedings were filed
this afternoon by united Status Uls
trlct Attorney Ilreckons against the
Ulshop Estate trustees, the Territory
of Hawaii, C. M, Cooke, Anna C.
Cdbko, P. J. Lowrey, Chcrllla I Low-
rcy, l.au Chong, Chin Sheo, Phllomena
Kclkl, Victoria K. Kaawa, Isauc K
Kaawa, Margaret M. Kaounhl Kaakua
et al. The land for which title is
sought consists of 1.7 acres iiinkal of
Kulakaua avenue. The value of $800 Is
jf'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
is a symbol of Integrity, Sin
cerity, Reliability, and long
Look for it.
It appears on every bona
fide document and advertise
ment of the
Every first class Mercantile house in Honolulu is
CALL KAAE ACCOUNTS
MOCKERY AND FARCE!
Many Objections Made By
Guardian of Carter
Objections to the allowance of the
accounts of Jessie K. Kuue as execu
trix under the will of the late Mar-
Karot V. Carter, and us administra
trix of the cstute. have been filed by
Hdgar Ilenrlques, ns guardian of the
Carter minors, nud a warm buttle In
this superannuated ease cun now ho
Ilenrlques' objections are that It
appears from tho so-called accounts
that Mrs. Kaae has fulled to give a
true, fuir, and correct, or any, ac
count of the moneys which have come
Into her possession by virtue of her
Ilenrlques also alleges that many
of the Items nud charges tigalnst the
estate are excessive, Illegal, improper
nnd not properly chargeable against
the estnte. lie begs leave to call at
tention thereto on the bearing there
of. Henrlqcus also claims that Mrs.
Kaae, by reason of her neglect of the
trusts reposed In her. Is not entitled
to any commissions or compensation.
Finally It Is alleged that the pre
tended nccounts are "frivolous und
trifling, not Intended to give u full,
fair, accurate, or any account of her
iccclpts und disbursements In her re
spective capacities, und full to fairly,
correctly, or at all comply with the
previous cfriler of th.'s Court, made
July 7, IS (18, an that the said so
called uccoulits are a mockery, a trnv
eety upon Justice, und a furce."
, PETITION DENIED
Mrs Campbell Parker's
Will Admitted To
Tho will of the late Mrs. Campbell
Parker wub today admitted to probate
by Judge Iloblnsou, but the petition ot,
Miss Muriel Campbell, asking that shu
bo appointed un executrix under the
will to serve with the Iluwnllari Trust
Co., was denied. Attorney Anderson
appeared for tho Hawaiian Trust Co.
and Frank Thompson for Miar. Camp
boll. Oeorgo Davis also took i part In
At tho beginning of tho proceedings
Miss Campbell asked, through Davis,
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PARTY IS COMING
Many Tourists Will Arrive
FLOKAL PARADE IS
Fiomotion Committee Hears of Many
Pilgrims Headed Toward Ha.
waiian Isles Record
What Is believed will bo the largest
party of tourists that over arrived
hero on one ship, will reach Honolulu
on the Mongolia on the morning of the
22nd. II, P. Wood of tho Promotion
Committee bus lecelved advices that
two parties, one from Lot Angeles and
the other from Chicago nnd the Mid
dle West, will b uuinng the passen
gers on the big Pacific Mull liner.
"Doth tho Chicago and tho I .oh An
geles parties are coming hero espec
ially to witness the Floral Parade,"
Bald Wood this morning. "The l.os An
geles party was worked up by Mrs.
Headleo, our rcpinsciitullvo with tho
l.os Angeles Chuniber or Commerce.
"Wo huo received Information to
the effect that a large number of oth
er tourists will arrive ut tho siimu
time, nnd I believe that, as fur as tour
ists for Honolulu are concerned, the
Mongolia's passenger list will prove a
record-breaker. In the Los Angeles
party alone there will he twenty-five
persons, while the Chicago party will
consist of fifteen people."
The extensive advertising which the
Floral Parade has received this year
Is evidently bearing fruit and word
has been received of several other par
ties, contemplating visits here In time
for the Washington's lllrthday cele
bration. it Is believed that a list of the mem
bers of the I.iw Aiu-les '-irty will nr
rive here an the next mall.
Already tho number of tourists who
have arrived hero has made a notice
able change In the appearance of the
hotel corridors. Those In close touch
with affairs believe that this season's
tourist business will equal that of any
previous season If not set un entirely
A dozen Japanese, Including one wn
blue, arrested for gambling yesterday
forfeited their bonds this morning In
tho Police Court.
S. Audo, a Japanese storekeeper In
Hllo, has been ordcied to appeur be
foro Judge Dole to show cause why u
petition filed by Iloffschlueger & Co.,
von Hnmm-Yoimg Co., and I. Ruben-
bteln, asking that ho be declared a
bankrupt, should not be granted.
The Associated Press cable to tho
11 n 1 1 u 1 1 ii of January 25 announced
the fuvorublo action of the Senate Ju
diciary Committee on tho hill ci eating
two Unjtcd States Judgeships for Ha
a Bulletin patron
Booth Says It Is Blackmailing Scheme
Prosecution Expects to Prove Sen
sational Array of Facts TI-iroujl-Kaaumoana,
Defendant, and Others
Charles W. Dooth and Kaaunioaiin, the place to stoic di crass and llre
n Hawaiian, were this morning ur- vood under the house and on tho
rnlgned before Judge De Holt, there !ernndu. Dij grass was placed lic
txlng one Indictment ngnlnst the tueen the tiers of Hie wood The son,
two of them, charging Kunumoau.ij w ho was living makiil, was given an
with actually setting tiro tu the imply gin bottle, which be was told
I'-ooth residence on Puclflc Heights. tn bring tn tho house tilled with Kei
whlle llooth Is cliurged with Inciting on-ne. This he did many days In sue
und procuring him to do mi. 'ut-slon. bringing u full bottle ami
Attorney Piosser uppeured for) it turnlnn with It empt. evei da,
llooth, while Kanumoana had no until the contents of an ci-ilrc run ut
counsel, in both cases plea was le- l.cioicnc bud been brought to tlu
served until next Tuesday, llooth limine The kerosene wus pouieil on
bus been released on u $10,000 bond the d. grass und the wood by the,
After some dehnt.e In which Prmser old mini und the son who weie living
took the part of Kiiuumoauii, staling on the piemhes. llooth. noordliig
that his llrm might later on be re- to what the prosecution expeits tu
tulncd by him, the bond ot that gen-
tltnian was fixed ut siTiOif. which. It
Is believed, lie will be able to furnish
"I hnve been advised by my uttor-
neys to say nothing iibout the case."
said llooth when usked about his ver.
slou of the mutter on leaving the
courtroom, "but I will say this, that i
It Is nil a big blnckmuilliig scheme."
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Since tho arrest of llooth nnd kit-
, ii".Hi.iiiiii n i-A Uti H DIIU lit hi
uumouuu on Indictments i eturned l.y ,,, ,, , , , ,. .
... ,, , , ,.. ., .llooth hud persuaded kanumoiiua In
i. . i i i i i, Fll fire to the house on the night In
iminlty has Indulged In considerable! ' .
, ,. . i . ., . ,'Miiestlon. The prosecution tins boil
peculation as to what the fncts of ' ,,.,,,.,., , , , .
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.,,.", . ' . , , , ii-wnril roi dong this, though It is
pined Hint the mutter cuinc to light,. ,,,,.,. , , , ,,
..,,,.,, , . , ,, believed that he promised h 111 a
ut this late date, almost six yeaiu aft- , , . , ,, ;, ,, .
,i. n home, and the old man the sum of
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. . ., .. . also siispci ted Hint the uonfu llllmont
facts the prosecut on expects to prmu , ., , ,, . :
, , . . ., . , ! , of these pioulses, If they were uct
iind on which the Ornnd Jury hiis-d , . ,,..,,,. ,,, V
., , , .,.,,,, i , ual y made, Is In part responsible for
Its Indictment, are very sensational In
their natiiio. Prnlmblv the moHt sen.
satlonal of them till Is, however, the I Kaaumoanii nnd David Manuel
fact that one of the police ofllceis I Wt' ""'"' friends, spending every
who has been Instrumental In worl;-llIa' '" "10 mpany of each other ut
lug up the case Is alleged to have l ""' ""' On the day of the lire Mutu
himself been one of the parties who'll,t'1 w"1 '" Kiututuoanirs plnio. an I
set fire to the house. This man Is rc.un.I his friend in a very ugitateil
David Munucl. u special officer wlio'b,!lio of ""'- "' lbIt''1 w"'
was employed when Jnrrctt tisik of-1 ""-' matter wus, nnd, nfter soma por
llcc. Sheriff Jnrrctt. Deputy Sheriff Hitai-loii on the part of Muiiuol, nnd
Hose, nnd other officers have bion!nlu'r ''o hud promised to preserve
working on the ensu for soveral UbtoIuto secrecy. Knaumoami told
mouths. I'''"1 ,llllt "' llful promised llooth to
The details which the prosecution m " to the house that ovening.
will try to prove nre us follows: llootii'1"11' ""' '"' " ",l"'11 arral11 to Ca
had the Insurance on the house rals-!""- innugn ne icn uiai no must carry
ed about J4000 shortly before the 'i o"1-
Hie, Ho had an old Hawaiian, who Manuel piomlsed his friend to ns
Is now dead, living ou the premises slst him. and that night the two
with one of his sons, Another son went to the house. They found tho
of this old man lived further mnkul. toiche In readiness, nnd with thotr
llooth ordered the two men living on (Continued on PaEe 4)
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If there were anything
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show, ulso told Uicmi men id prepare
l.tinscne torches, which, he said, were
to be used on n fishing excursion nt
Kunlaival, where llooth ut the tlmo
had n country house On the nfter-
noon of the day of the file llooth
took the old man und his two sons tu
Ktuilawul, but the torches wero lctt
behind nt the house on Pacific
In the meantime, according to tho
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