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PROSPERITY is now a penonal
question. The people are now in Ho
nolulu who buy goods and lots of
them. The alive-merchant advertise
in the BULLETIN and wins his
sha re of trade; the afraid-merchant
doesn't And Loses !
Every Live Merchant Aims to Win New Customers The Bulletin Way Is Best
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOL. XI. NO. 4249.
4f- ' N ' '
PRAYER MAY OPEN
Mayor Asks Aylett To
BE ROAD 0YEH5EEH
Fern May Reach Compromise' With
Republican Majority of City's
Governing Body End of
Hhould lio carry nut the wishes of
Ills Honor Mayor Pern. Supervisor
Aylett will niter n short Invocation
this afternoon at the meeting of tlio
Hoard of Supervisors. Major KcmJ
met Aylett this mornlnR nt tlio foot
of tlio City Hall steps, and asked Iilm
to net as chaplain mid offer prayer,
that (lie members of tlio Hoard may
(omluct their business meetings In
liarmony wllli tlio Major.
WMto Ajlott did not openly do
( lino to offer a few words In piajcr,
lie suggested Unit Ills Honor call a
cniicus of tlio members of tlio Hoard
before tlio meeting and settle tlio dif
ferences which exist botween them.
Kern promised that ho would listen
In the suggestion or the members. If
tbey would come to sco him In his
Itcferrliiglo the plllkl.i In the road
department, Aylett ami Alila, who
wcro together, stated that they would
lime hail no objection to WIIhoii'h
appointment as roJri hiipervluir, to
succeed Cummins had ho been hero
mid Mitcd here.
"Why," said Aylett, "Wilson voted
on Maul. Ilnd ho been hero ono year
preceding tho election, there would
bo no objection, but, as It is,, ho cast
his vote on Maul and came down hero
to get tho plum. If Cummins Is not
satisfactory to tho Major, lot him
bring up another man besides Wil
ton. Personally, I havo no 'kuo' for
Wilson, except ho was not hero on
election da j".
"The decision of tho Supremo Court
sajs that tho Major has tho appoint
ing power, but subject to tho approv
al of the Hoard, tinder that approv
ing power, tlio Supervisors, 1 claim,
have a right to employ a man until
n mad hupcnlsnr has been appointed
by tho Major and approved by tho
Hoard. Tlio wholo tloublo will bo
settled this afternoon at tho meet
"I am opposed to Wilson because.
ho voted clsowhcic," said Ahla. "I
am for Cummins all tho time. If ho
Is not appointed by tho Mayor, then
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Wear and Hold their Shape
They are correctly tailored of finest pre-shrunk materials
in the latest styles. They look right and feel right; it's a
comfort to wear them. Sold by
WILL GET GREETINGS FROM HAWAII
WANTS SUPERVISORS TO PRAV
Warrants Issued by the County Au
ditor In payment for supplies fur
nished to the City and County of Ho
nolulu arc now being cashed by
U'lini Dm warrants were Issued.
tlio Treasurer refused to rccognio
them, thoro beliiR a dispute concern
Iiir the standlnR committees of tho
lloai (I of Supervisors. Trent has con
cluded that thcro Is nothing to Inval.
Iilnfn tlw, Kitiinlv warrants, howovor.
fo they arc being cashed Just as fast
as they aic presented.
Ncwb that tho warrants arc being
cashed has caused merchants and
llrms to call on the Auditor Tor their
moncj orders, and Hie pllo of uncalled-for
wan ants In that otnclal's ot-
llto Is beliiR inpldly reduced.
8000 LETTERS TELL
OF HAWAII'S GLORY
i:iKhl thousand pieces of null woio
sent Jo tho mainland jesterday ami to
day by tho Hawaiian Promotion Com
mittee, livery conceivable subject
connected with promotion work was
rowrnl, and tho bags contained a pret
ty complete refcrenco llbiary.
Tho regular weekly news loiter, giv
ing llo. up-tntlu-nilimtu news of do
ing In the Territory, was sent to the
pilnclpal publications of tho mainland,
while an Immense amount ot promo
tion llternluio was despatched to tho
various Information bureaux.
In particular did tho l.os Angeles
representative or tlio Promotion Com
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(ieorgo C Stratemojcr died today
nail tlio funeral will bo held at 4
o'clock lomonow afternoon from tho
nuclei taking pallors of Henry Wil
liams.. Stratemeyer was one of the
best-Known of tho old-timers and his
death n leases him from a lingering
llliiesM. lie was for many jears In
the eiislom-houso scrvlco and a mot
efllcleiit officer. During tho exciting
dajs of Hawaii's history ho was in
tho forcfiout and an active worker.
Ho leaves a largo family, Mrs. Chas.
P. Chllllngwmth being his eldest
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
.. '(.A-r.A...) -J'.LJ.-.YJjte
SPECIAL LAND TAX
Baker Suggests Radical
COELHO WOULD HELP
CLERK IN TROUBLE
Morning Session of Upper House Is
Devoid of Exciting Incident.
House Bills Favorably
Twelfth Day Morninrj Session
If a bill Introduced in tho Scnato
this morning by Senator H.ikor
should becomo a law, all owners of
real piopcity, as well as all holders)
ot Government property under lease,
will hao to pay a flat rato of 10
cents per aero on all such land, In
addition to tho present taxes.
In his bill, linker spcclllcs that,
for tho purposes of tho Act, any par
cel of land less than an aero shall
bo (oasldered an acre, and that any
parcel of land In excess of ono acre,
and less than two acres, shall bo con
sldcied two acres. No provision Is
marto for a differentiation betwoen
productive and unproductive lands,
all beliiR assessed alike at tho rato
of 10 cents per ncro. '
Tho hill passed Its first rending and
was referred to tlio Printing Com
mittee. Only Ono Bondsman
'Senator McCarthy Introduced a bill
amending tho liquor law by making
ono surety company sufficient on any
bond given by a person holding a li
cense Though tho present law stip
ulates that a surety company shall bo
ncieptahlo on such bond, It demands
that there, bo two bondsmen. Thus,
when a surety company furnishes
such a bond, it Is necessary to go out
and hunt up a second bondsman.
"This bill should becomo a law re
gardless of tho rato or tho liquor bill
now bcfoui tho Senate," said Mc
Carthy this morning. "Tho surety
(oni pa n I ok are anxious to havo It pass
cd, and tho picseut state of attain)
is plainly absurd, requiring a second
bondsman to bo hunted up when a
surety company has furnished a
Relief for Clerk'
Coclho introduced the following
resolution, which was referred to tho
Judiciary Committee, nftcr Knudscn
had vainly endeavored to havo It re
ferred to tho Archives Department:
"Whereas, an error of ono hundred
dollars has been discovered In tho
books of said clerk, in tlio adding up
ot a debit column of figures In an uc
count kept by tho said Clerk or tho
Judiciary Department, primarily
caused by transferring tho account
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OFFICES FOR RENT
We havfc some fine, large
offices to rent in the Boston
Building, You may have a
single room, or rent a very
conveniently arranged suite.
Electric lights, janitor, and
elevator services furnished
These rooms are in the best
of the business district. You
cannot afford to be in a poor
For particulars apply to
Real Estate Department.
023 FORT STREET
OUR YALE MEN
Local Alumni Will Be
Heard From At
Yaln alumni of Honolulu nro send
ing a )ong rablo incssngo ot congratu
lation to "nig Ilrothor Hill." otherwise
known as William II. Tnft, so soon to
becomo the President of tho United
A smoker of Ynlo men will bo held
In Washington tomorrow evening at
which Mr. -Tail will bu tho guest of
WILLIAM H. TAFT
honor. At that assembly the message
of Yale men of this Territory will bo
read. Among tho good things aald Is
a reminder that Hawaii Is not a "pos
session," but n Torrltory.
Tho list of Yalo men hero follows:
Hon. YV. I). Alexander. M..I).: David I).
Ilaldwin. (5. N. Wilcox, Chan. W. Hill,
f). J. Augur, D. Scnddor, W. P. Kroar.
O. K. Carter. .1. It. Oalt, A. C. Alexand
er, Ph.D.i K. I). Ilaldwin, I.. A. Dlrkej.
Itev. J. Wallaco (limn. Ilov. J, M I.yd
gate, V. A. Ilaldwin, P. A. Alexander.
Hon. A. V. Carter, Hov. Chas. I). Mil
liken, A. . M. Ilobcrtson. J. P. Cooko.
J. A. Matthowmatt. Major S. ITr Wad
hams, C. !'. demons, YV. I). Ilaldwin,
M. n.; C. M. Cooko. Jr., Pli.I).: t It.
llcmenway, A. P. Jmlil, J. It. jjidd, C.
II. Olson, Hon. C. F. Peterson, lion. A.
A. Wilder, C II. Cooko. II U. Ander
son. V V. Ilaldwin, Kov. II. P. Judd, W.
T. Hnwllns.1l. H. Hosmer, It. 15. Ilond.
Ilov. J. I. Hopwood, A. S. iltaknr, (I.
P. Cooke. I). 1,. Oloson, It. Cartwrlght,
Jr.. Noa W. Alull, W. A. Orccnwcll, A.
Kaulukou, H. A. Cooko, YV.' C. Low.
S. A. Ilaldwin. II. O. Hpenrcr.
David Starr Jordan prepares report
after Investigating fisheries In Inter
PINEAPPLES ! !
PAPAYAS ! ! !
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
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NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH ORADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
" , 185 KING ST.
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Kajeiopu's Prison Work
Bill Knocked Out
WOULD FORCE ARTIZANS
10 COMPfifE WITH FELONS
Representatives Send Long List of
Acts to Senate and Governor
for Approval Twelfth
Twelfth Day Mornlnu Session.
Perhaps It was tho presence In tho
gallery of a row of Island buuutlu
Irom ono of tho city schools that
caused It; anyway, the Ilouso of Hop
l esen tall ves transacted more nctual
business this morning than on any
previous day of this busy i.esslon.
Thirteen lilllit wcro on Iho order ot
tho daj for third reading this morning.
Consideration of three of them was de
ferred for various reasons; ono was
tallied, tho other nine pasted and will
bo transmitted to tho Senate, except
ono Kcnate hill which goes to tho Gov
ernor for his signature.
Dnuthltt'ti tenement house, bill did
not meet with the unanimous approval
of tho House members. Porhnpa It
was tho fact that some of them wcro
suspicious because of tho Yacl that
tho word "pol" appears in tho bill;
anyway, eight Iteprosentatlvvs, for no
apparent reason, voted "no"' when the
incasuru was taken up on third read
ing. Kortunatelj', however, there wero
111 others who voted "yes" and the bill
Tho bill containing probably tho
worst possibilities ot any measure that
has yet been Introduced In tho Homo
Is Kalelopn'r. Ileum I1III 17, tho Intent
ot which is to l -ko tho prisoners oft
mad work and set them to making har
ness, shoes, etc., wheru they would
(onio Into competition with tho arti
sans of tho Territory. Tho effect of
tho bill, if It passed, of course, would
be to oicii up moro Government Jobs
for tho faithful if the. Counties could
afford to pay them. Hut, as Itlco point
ed out, tho counties aro already spend
ing every dollar they can afford for
road work, so no good would bo done
In this direction, while tho harness
makers, shoo makers, cabinet makers,
etc., would suffer.
Kalelopu's bill contains Iho follow
"All prisoners sentenced to impris
onment at hard labor shall bo em
ployed In agricultural, cabinet-making.
shoo-maklng, harness-making, saddle
making, blacksmith and Mich other
sultahlo occupations as tho High Sher
iff may direct.
"No prisoners sentenced to Imprison
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SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. March 2.
SUGAR: 00 degree centrifugals, 3.705
cents, or JV4.1U per ton. Previous
quotation, 3.73 cents.
IT GENERALLY HAPPENS
that when a messenger is wanted it
is for a hurried purpose. Oar boys
are in training at all times, ready for
a Marathon, if needed. If your mes
sages are important, consult
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HAVE ALL RESIGNED
I WASHINGTON, D. C, March 3. All the members of President Roo
sevelt's Cabinet tendered their resignation today, to take effect tomorrow
I when Roosevelt's term expires.
WINTHR0P FOR THE NAVY
WASHINGTON. D. C. March .1. Beelcmnn Winthron. who crvctl as
Governor of Porto Rico and Assistant
iiooseveit administration, was today
HERRICK REFUSES AMBASSADORSHIP
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 3. Ex-Govcrnor Myron W. Hcrrick of '"
Ohio has refused appointment as a foreign Ambassador by Mr. Taft. Hcr
rick some, time ago declined appointment as Secretary of the Treasury in
the Taft Cabinet. k
m i i i m '.
LOS ANGELES, Calif., March 3.Thc will of "Lucky" Baldwin leaves ?.
the bulk of his property to his daughters. His wife receives nbout $200,.
m i i i fc
LONDON, England, March 3. Senna lias withdrawn its demand for
territorial compensation from .Austria.
JUTE WAREriO USE BURNED
' SAN QUENTIN, Calif.. March 3. The juts warehouse at the Slate
penitentiary was burned today. The convicts joined in fighting the fire.
The loss is fully $50,000.
BURNED IN TENEMENT FIRE
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 3. Ten persons perished here today in
a tenement-house fire.
SOLDIERS WERE SAVED
INNSBRUCK, Austria. March 3. The soldiers who were entombed
yesterday by an avalanche have been
SAYS MJ. REED
Eminent Lawyer Roasts
American 31ty .
"You may talk about trusts and all
that, but from tho beginning of tho
world until tho present day, the organ
izing mind has always won nut," said
Honorable Milton K. Iteed of Kail Itlv
ur, -Mass., In tho cnurso or his address
before tho Commercial Club today
Heed took as tho subject for his
talk, "Honolulu and Commercialism."
Ho said that commoiclallsni meant
business, and thut business meant gel
ling other pcopIo'H money
"Tho American business map is tho
most successful man In tho world to
day," continued ho. "Nowhere i!so In
This shoe is unusually well
adapted to wet weather.
Made of a fine velour calf,
which sheds the water and at
the same time takes a high
What we say is so, is so.
Secretary of the Treasury under tho
appointed Assistant Secretary of the
saved by a tunnel dug through the
the world ran jou find such a m-tn as '
Itockefeller Hut, the American bul-
r.ess man will take no part In clly . i
fn viirti Aifiti I Tli ii inanll lu flint t Iwi 7
gnernmeut of our cities Is tho rotten
est of any in tho world, with tho pos
sible exception of Turkej."
Tho speaker said that ho would not
touch at length on Iho labor problem,
as It Is a problem that faces tlio en
"The child who continues In school
until ho is in sears old will not bo
content with unskilled labor as Ida
catling In life. Whore jou must look
for jour labor I cannot say. Von look
to Italy, and you find that conditions
hae ImproMMl so In that country that
thu natives do not want to leave. Tho
same Is trim ot 1'ortugal, ofJrceco and
of other countries."
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., March 3.
SUGAR: 06 degree-Centrifugals, 3.73
cents, or $74.G0 per ton. Previous
mm i i
California university regents dccllnu
to tnor remoinl of examiners of pub
Shoe Co., Ltd.
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