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lulu homes at the time of day when
the REAL BUYER for the Household
has the most leisure to read a newspaper.
VOL. XI. NO. 4276.
14 PAQES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1909. 1-1 PAGES.
PRICE CO CENTS.
I AIM I
Run To Earth By Lea) and Bowers Burmingham
Diamonds Sold His Stuff To Jeweler Clerk
Says He Did All Recent Jobs
IIS A CHICKEN
A USEFUL BIRD?
Must Decide The
Honolulu householders will bo able
to rent easy of nights In tliu future.
The during burglar who has been vis
Itlug Bitnilry homes In the suburbs
has been laid by the IicoIb. l'eter
Kala, n well-dressed young Huwnlt
an, la now In custody on charges of
burglary. He has confessed to the
lliirnliiKhatn, Turner, and half-u-doz-en
uthor robberleH. The proceeds of
the house-breaking expeditions linvo
been disponed of at several Jewelers
and second-hand stores; Kala had
no bones about leading the Chief of
Detectives to the places where lie got
rid of his btolm goods.
At one store Kala stated that he
had sold the llurlilngham diamond to
n Portuguese assistant. This fart In
terested Chief Leal very much, ami
lie at onco arrested tlio employer.
Kala Is quite matter of fact about
the whole matter, and is giving all
the assistance In his power to tho
' Suspicion was first directed to
Kala by the fact that, although he
only had casual employment, lie at
nil times was well dressed and able
"vt'o spend money freely. At one pluco
of amusement whore he now and
again was employed, tickets wero
roinetlmcH missed. Other employes,
who suspected Kala, tool: the oppor
tunity of going through his pockets
during his nbsence and discovered a
lot of stolen tickets. Captain Dow
ers, who was Informed 'of the cnte.
communicated with Chief heal, and
the latter at once started on the
rnse. Tlio Chief, knowing Kala had
about two years ngo been convicted
and sen to Jail for six months, dur
ing the burglar scare of that time,
at onco worked the oracle on Kala,
who, after a short time, opened up
and confessed everything. He even
offered to show whero he had sold
the stolen goods. Two revolvers,
fully loaded, were discovered among
his effects, Kala la a callous-looking
youth and does not seem to mind
his position In the slightest. In an
swer to n question, ho remarked:
"Sure, I got tho things and sold
them and spent the money. Yes, I
went through llurnlnghum's place,
and all the rest. Tho diamonds I
pulled out of tho settings and got
rid of at certain stores. I'll tell ev
erything now straight. I watched
till I saw tho people going out and
then went Into tho houses."
(Continued on Page. 2)
SENATE ACTS ON MANY
MEASURES OF IMPORTANCE
With Session on Last Lap, Upper
Chamber Oets Down to Bus-
iness in Real States-
People From NewBedford
To Grow Up With
WHY IS A DEER, AND TC A PRF
ic m urm it mm I LH I IlL
11 UU, HILL II UllLs
Zoological Discussion In
The House This
Lively Trading Today On
From Kauai .
Trading In MclliydO has begun.
Whut promised to be u very qulot
day on tho stock oxChango. today de
veloped Into u very lively session. It
was only a mutter of time when tho
People would begin to tako up with
tho less expensive stocks nnd this
morning they started with Mcllrydo,
tho buying being bused on tho very
(Continued on Page 5)
NOW BEFORE SENATE
Solons In Committee Of
The Whole Discuss
Tor neurly two hours today tho Sen
uto lemalued In session ns Committee
of the Whole coiisldcrlngBeiinto 1)111
No. 121, tho election law. tITo reudlug
iilono of tho bill wus u lengthy opera
tion hut the boloiiB Jumped Into tlio
work with vim.
Senator Knudscn took tho chair.
President Smith descending to the
(Continued on Pig 2)
Thlrty-Nlnth Day Morning Session.
"Is a hen n useful bird!" Is one of
tho questions that tho Judiciary Com
mittee will havo to decldo In bundling
tho Houso bill protecting 11th and
birds, which wbh recommitted thU
morning in tho Senate.
Tho bill provides that any one wlia
kills any useful bird, or shall have 111
his possession the eggs of such bird,
or any part of tho carcass of said bird,
shull bo fined G0 or bo imprisoned for
two weeks at hard labor, or shall sur
for both such fine and Imprisonment.
Tho chicken Is not among tlio birds
exempted In specific 'terms, so whether
It may be killed or not depends entire
ly upon whether It Is considered useful
Senator Kalrchlld called attention
to that feature of tho, bill, expressing a
fear thut It might fall heavily on wo
men wcnrlng near-ostrich feathers on
Tho bill was up on third reading, but
no ono liked tho look of It, ho It wa
sent back to tho Judiciary Committee
Senator Kalrchlld Introduced a bill
for the extension of tho water and
sewer systems of Honolulu. The bill
provides that all Income trom either
tho water or sewer systems Shall bo
deposited with tho Treasurer und shall
not bo paid out except on order of tho
Superintendent of Public Works.
Tho Intent of tho bill Is thut all re
turns from the wuter or howot system
of tho City and County of Honolulu
shall bo expended In tlio mulntcnunco
und extension of such systems.
Tho bill passed llrst reading by title
and was refened to the 1'rliiting Com
Senato Hill NO. 120, regulating tho
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Twenty men, seven women and thir
teen children make up tho complement
of Portuguese from New Dedford ,who
arrived yesterday by tho Jlukurn as a
lesult of tho activities of the noard of
Two of Hie party havo lived In tho
Islands before and were looking for a
freo trip home, and It Is their talk that
has doubtless given rise to storfes dis
crediting tho patty. The others are
vigorous men with families who Intend
to make their home hcr nnd wilt go
mit tn thp nlncpH ottered them 111 tiro
near future. They nil speak Kngllsh Thirty-Ninth
fairly well and have been well em
SENATOR QUINN'S B LL FOR
A CLOSED SEASON PASSED
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 3. Tit" Wcjs and Means Committee
'has decided to amend the Payne tariff bill by removing the tariff duty
on tea ana placing a countervailing tiuty o:i couec imports, inis wm
place a duty on coffees from all countries that exact an eiport tax or
give any form of bounty.
Maui-Molokal Members Claim the
Savage Animals Ravage Field
and Destroy the Forests.
"Deer" Not "Dear" .
Day Morning Session.
Will a deer bite, nnd If so, Is It to
ployed In the section from which they1'" Nasaed as a dangerous animal,
came. Most of the people will go to liable nt any moment to litvude a man-
Spreckelsvtlle, whero tho Hnldwlns are
offetlng special Inducements to home-
U" tmn u
TBntjtMtn" etindxri OkJ, Quit
We have something
to tav to you about
CLOTHES. You can
get a suit in any cloth
ing store that will fit
you, more or less, and
look more or less dres
sy for a while;
But if you want a
really dressy suit
. one that will ALWAYS
are .the ones you want.
Thev are tailored to fit,
and tailored in style.
CONSULS 'CALL ON
Are Received With The
-Honors Due Their
houso and carry off his wife aud chit
This was tho principal subject for
debate In the Houso this morning, and
tho arguments and speeches on tho
qnvutlon were loud and eloquent. The
Mriiil-Moloksl delegation wus firmly
convinced thut tho deer Is a ferocious
beuKt and ought not to be tolerated In
a civilized community, much leas en
couraged and protected. It Is liable,
ir not shut on slxht, to tear down and
uproot ull the forests on Mulokal, to
Mowinr nnd.tcnmiilo unclor foot the bn'
nanns and taro plants of tho defense-
less rltltcn, to make him como tri-mb-
.ling In his houso while tho savago an-
. Imala of tho forest ravage Ills crops.
terrify his children and bring ruin und
Admiral IchlJII this morning received "vasiaiioii "P" " community gen
on board his flagship, tho Itnpeilal cra,l'' ,TI' Picture, painted by Knnl
Chinese Consul Chnng Tso Kan. The ll0 Nakaleka and Wnlwalole. of tho
Consul paid his respects to tho Adnilr- destruction that may bo caused by tho
al at 10 o'clock and, on departure, was "Mow '!" and her spotted offspring,
given a saluto of seven guns. ' . Wtt touching in the extreme.
This afternoon at 1 o'clock, Count u,lt tho hard-hearted, members from
Canavarro. Consul Oenerul for Por- ,,u ,h.cr Mttn'a rcfu,e(1 ,0 "ll' ,0
lugal. paid his respects to tlio admiral. 'ho lllit ot the Jlatil-Motoxal mem
dn leaving ho wus given the saluto due b?rs- M " f ,S t0 " ramei
bis otneo i sJ.,ialor Qulnn's bill to establish a
it l. .u.n...i ii.m M. miiBr nnm. closed. season for deor.
iviuioKai I rip
NEW YORK. N. Y., April 3. May wheat sold today on tho Prod
uce Exchange for $1.24 5-8. This is the highest price on record, ami
there was great excitement among the dealers in cereals.
WASHINGTON. D. C. April 5. Cor.ar.js.r.nn La-arc of South Car
olina made a sp:ech in the House today opposing free trade with the
NEW MARATHON HERO
NEW YORK, N. Y April 3. Styvcs won .the Marathon nice run
here today, defeating Schrubb, Dorando. Longboat, and "ilaloncy.
burs of tho Consular Corps will call on
tho Admiral noxt week.
Tho coaling of tbo crulsors will be
finished some tlmu toduy. And by to
morrow the ships will hu open to In
spection by the Japanese school children.
George and Jerry Peterson, broth
ers, who wero Impilsnned litsu mine
near Salt Lake, Utah, for utmost fif
ty hours, were rescued unhurt.
I This evening at JO o'clock the mem
bers of the legislature, accompanied
by other government officials and
friends, will mako tbo sessional nil-
grlmugo to tho 1opor settlement, to lis
ten to tho petitions of tho peoplo there
und (o sou for themtjOlvs what tilings
(Con tinned on Pace 3)
RAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 2.
SUGAR; Beets, 88 analysis, 10s 54d.
Parity, 4.20 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s 41zd.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 3.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s 42d.
Previous quotation, 10s SVjd.
We shall be pleated to have
you call and ask our own ad
vice and that of our attorneys
in the matter of your will.
It will be entirely confiden
tial and withoat charge.
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. J one. Deponto desires In this
manner to thank1 hor many friends
for their sympathy and assistance lu
her late bereavement.
in small quantities sanitary con
tainer. Leave orders for delivery
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Seats for the
may be had through this office and
at a slight advance over the regular
price or tickets. There will be no
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PUTNEY, Eneland, April 3. The 0xfo:d varsity cirtht defeated '
Cambridge today by llitee and one-Half lengths. The time was mmt.'cu ,'.
minutes and fifty seconds. '
Taft Coming West
WASHINGTON, D, C, April 3. It was tnnounccd today that Prci
ident Taft will visit San Francisco the cominir summer.
To Command Luzon
WASHINGTON, D. C April 3. Gen. Carter will succeed Gen. Mills
in command of the Department of Luzon.
What You Eat
is not more important than
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