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VOL. X!. NO. 4303.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITRY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
PLOT TO KIDNAP CHILD OF GOVERNOR
EXTRA DIVIDEND TO BE DECLARED
ll illil not take Chief I.cal Ions tn lay
by tlu heels tliu burglar who went
through Messrs. Henderson mi J Mars
ton CamplieH'H Iiousch lust night. Tlio
mutter wttB reported to tliu Chief short
ly after midnight, ami by II o'clock
IIiIk morning the supposed thief was
It appears that Ilia burglar first Id
Iteil Mr, Henderson's house. Mrs
Henderson, hearing lilm moving about
lliu rooms, screamed tn her husband.
Tliu midnight prowler ut unco de
camped and nothing more was seen of
Shortly afterward, tliu name man, it
Ih presumed, visited (hu Campbell
home, and again was disturbed in IiIh
work. This time a man named Crock'
er saw the Intruder, and at once gave
chase, pulling his gun us lie went.
Crocker fired five shots ut the fugitive,
but missed each time. Ho, however,
gave I.eal u good description of the
burglar, and this morning u Korean
named Youu Tl Choon wus arrested
on suspicion of being the man who t lu
lled Itio houses, -j
SAN FRANCISCO, May 4. Su
gar 90 degree centrifugals 3.86
cents or $77.20 per ton. Previous
quotation 3.89 cents
Beets Waualyiis, 10s. 3d. Parity,
4.16 cents. Previous quotation, 10s.
Major K, Kvcleth Wlnslow, Coips
Lngineers, United States Army, U. S.
Knglneer for this Territory, has
completed a survey of tho Honolulu
harbor Hues. They aie now In satis
factory shnpe, assuring the safety of
vetsels which touch at this port.
"Of course, there Is a discrepancy
between the maps prepared by tho
Washington and by the Territorial
tiuthoiltles," suld the Major this
morning. "It Is up to the Territorial
surveois to piovo that tho harbor
lines which appear on their maps
We have just receiv
ed a big assortent of
the latest SUMMER
They have come
straight from New
York, the fashion cen
ter of America, and
they were made by
New York's foremost
They're worth seeing
Come and See Them
The Kash Co.,
Directors Exacted To
Vote 50c. Extra
Hawaiian Commercial will pay an
extra dividend of fifty rents u share
next mouth, making the totnl dividend
for tlm month seven!) cents.
At least this Is the expectation and
belief of those most Intimately asso
ciated with the management of tlm'
sugar property. The monthly meeting
of the directors will be held next Wed
nesday In San Francisco and It Is ex
pected that the extra dividend will bo
toted at that time.
Just at the present time this Is the
only extra dividend In sight anion:?
the widely held plantation stocks.
Thcro has been Bonie questioning re
garding the possibility of an extra div
idend In Kwa. I.unt year the extra
two per cent was paid In May. I.ast
month passed without notice of It so
the peoplo arc hoping that the extra
will como out in June, as the year has
been a favorite one In most every re
spect. No action has been taken thus
far, and It Is known that some of the
heavy Intercuts are fuorubtu to tin
creation of a surplus laid by against
tho time when'there mny'be a shortage
of labor or a less favorable market
outlook for sugar. The matter will
como up-nt tho May directors' meet
ing. Tho market continues good, the re
duction In tho price of sugar having
caused no appreciable worry. Tho
sllgtit drop reported estcrduy Is sup
posed to bo the result of tho Cuban
rains not being as qxtenslvo ns ex
pected. Tliero are those who also be-
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"Wo have only Just completed tho
survey of the harbor lines. There
are et u few things to be completed
before the mutter can be considered
us finally settled."
Some time ngo u meeting was held
to consider the advisability of nd
Justing the harbor lines. A number
of well-known people were Invited
to como and express their views .In
the matter Then Mnyor Wlnslow
took the necessary steps so find out
the then condition of the lines.
Y KiB "",
v"wk;;av wavv '"-m
MAY LEAVE HAWAII
His Resignation Reported
And He Will Not
Dr. Walter H. llrlnckerhoff, who
was sent to Honolulu to have churge
of the construction of the great Fed
eral Leprosarium at Kalawao, Molo
kal, and who was In charge of that
Institution when It Bhould be com
pleted nnd a search for a cure for
tho dread disease commenced Is re
ported to have tendered his resigna
tion. Intending to gle up tho work.
Dr. llrlnckerhoff refuses to confirm
the report to that effect. Howuer, he
also refuses to deny that he has re
Dr. llrlnckerhoff was sent to Ha
waii by the Federal Government
some four years Ago to have charge
of the then contemplated Leprosar
ium. He 'wus known as an cxpetrt
bacteriologist, and came to Honolulu
accompanied by his bride, full of
faith that In time he would succeed
In finding a cure for the terrible dls
ease that for thousands of years has
baffled all medical science. He took
charge of the construction of the
Leprosarium ut the I.epper Settle
ment, now the finest and most coni
. (CoBtiaueden Ptgt 3)
COOPER GOES TO
THE SEATTLE FAIR
Publicity Bureau Will
Be Maintained By
Hawaii will maintain a publicity
buieau us u part of her establish
ment at the Alaska-Yukon Exposi
tion, it has been decided to send W.
J. Cooper of the Promotion Commit
tee to the fair to act us receptionist-In-chief
to newspaper men visiting
the Huwallan llulldlng and to ns
slst generally (n curing for this Ter
Cooper will Icavo on the Ulx and
will be one of those In charge of the
remaining portion of the exhibit.
He is now making his preparations to
go, ns tho assignment will keep him
away from here ror ui icasi six
It was decided last night by thb
Promotion Committee to send Cooper
to the fair. Another assistant was
needed, and It was decided wise to
have a man qualified to look after
the tntrests of the Territory as fur
as the newspaper's of the mainland
The Ulx will sail from here tho
middle of tho month and Cooper will
probably arrive at Seattle before the
first of Junu,
Yes, he never expected to
be, so he failed to take out a
STANDARD ACCIDENT PQ.
Before you sail, why not
do the wise thing and get
some real protection t
Hawaiian Trust Co.,
023 FORT STREET ..M
OF MOTHER'S DAY
To the People. of .Honolulu;
It Is planned by a number of
religious and other organizations,
nnd by many of uur cltltens, to
observe next Sunday, Mny 8, as
"Mothers' Day." This Is an ob-
f survance which hns found much
favor In many communities of the
mainland. Its purHe Is to re-
cnll, what In this age, and conn-
try of separated families. Is all -f
,M .mi nbidin obligation, of'
love and duty td the mother who
bore us and whose unselfish cure
watched over , our. childhood and
youth. Surely. no purpose could -t
.. -.-- .
bo more In the line ol promoting
good cltlienshlp,and making ours
u better city and'eountry.
It Is with pleasure and gratlnca-
Hon, therefore, JUiat I accede to
tho request of those ho aro pro- f
noting this observance, to call f
the nttentlon, as far as i can, of
the public, and particularly of tho
young men of this City and Conn-
ty to it, and to urge as general u
participation In the observance
as muy bo found practicable.
f It Is desired that tho observ-
ance of the day shall bu made ills- 1
tlnctlve by four things. That ev- -f
cry young man will wear In tho 4
lapol of his coat s white flower,
preferably a hltq carnation;
that he will attend-nt'-least one
service on that day In the church 4
f of his choice; that ho will write
t- tp ins mother (it 'living und an-
sent) ; and that ho will seek to do
at least one specific net of kind-
ru?ss. ' v
f There can be no doubt but that
a. widespread observance of
"Mothers' Day" will work to civic
f (Sgd.) JOBKl'H J, FKIIN,
f Muyor, City and County of llunn-
Honolulu, May 5..J809.
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DANCE FOR LOOM
;AT MOjf TONIGHT
Tho Moana Hotel will give a danco
tonight in honor of' tlie officers and
ladies on board (he .Loga'n, If she ar
rives this afternoon. There will bo
special music during dinner by the
Itoyal Hawaiian Quintet, Club, which
will also piny for tho dance. Hotel
Ktipsts, tourists and visitors, and towns
people lu general aro cordially Invited,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ol
the newt of the day.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
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We send out on errands are those in!
whom, the public has confidence. Yon'
may count on them all of the time. '
SERVICE.., PHONE 301,
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIQH OHADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD 02 IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. , ,., , tiMWiJ
J. Hopp & Co.,
MONEY TO BRING
Molt - Smith Forwards
$7000 For Initial
Seen tar j
Mott-Smltb this morning
f.l fl II tflUllfl ...-I
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vnte secrclnr) to Delegate Kuhlo, to
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pay the initial expenses of the Con-
gresslonul visit to Hawaii.
That, however, Is all that has been
done In the matter to date, so fur as
'anybody at this end of the line
knows. No date has ct been set for
the adjournment of the special ses-,
slon of Congress, and It Is uncertain
when the Senttlois and Iteprcsentu-'
lives to be Invited to visit the
Islands will start.
There will be. It Is said, about 40
In the Congressional party that will
come to Hawaii. This will Include
members of Congress and relatives
ami whoniMicver else they bilng with
them. It is not probable that they
will all travel together titer the Ter
ritory us they did two ears ago, but
they will be broken up Into smaller
parties, ns these will bo easier to
handle und the expense will not be
WHO WILL PAY FOR
Supervisors Say , They
Can't Spare Thi
Will the Supervisors be able to
make up the $J.uuo whlih the Hu
wallan Promotion Committee Is nut
through the failure of the Legisla
ture to make any nppioprlnllon?
They say no.
When the Item for promotion came
up In the House during the last Leg
islature, Representative Shingle Is
alleged to have said that the mutter
was one that should be left In the C()mlmIiyi departed , wnrk ynlst.
hands of the Supervisors of the Clty,,ily nfep ,,,,,,,. ,,, ,.,,.,,. ,
and County of Honolulu. In this ,,, ,,,,,,. ,,.,, ..,., .,,,,
and County of Honolulu. In
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ARMY AND NAVY DANCE
AT MOANA TONIGHT
Thcro will bo a dance at tho Moana
hotel this evening fur the ollicers und
passengers of the transport Ixigan.
Army und Navy oftlccrs of this city
and their wives aro cordially Invited.
New Ship i 'To Kidnap
Launched Child of
TOKIO, May 5. The steamship'
Stewart was launched here today.
Thfs . flnt
,for tne Pac!flc Mrviee of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad,
which recently completed its trans-
continental connections with the port ,
of Seattle. The ships will be prin
cipally devoted to freight service.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Mav 5. Hi.
hui Pasha has been proclaimed Grand j
Vizier by Shiek Ulislam.
TEHERAN, Persia. May 5. The
Shah of Persia has proclaimed a
HADJIN. May 5. The neonle of
this city are facing n terrible famine,
gun bus claimed one more life, and
two sorrowing paients are left brok-
en hearted ovei tho lots of their
oniig child. Steve lleirigan, head
engineer of tho Hawaiian Dredging
his little two-voar-olil daiiKhtei
Tho child was then full of life and
spirits, and looking forward to a
lump with some children who lived
AVIint happened after that Is not
very clear, ns only the children seem
to havo been picsent At any rule,
from what ran be gleaned, the llerrl
gun baby and Captain Parker's
children plaed around tlm house for
some time, and then, us Ill-luck
would have It, discovered the gun.
Evidently thinking the weapon a
new toy, tho mites dingged It nil
'over the house. llnby llnrrlgun In
pushing ngalnst a screen door In
some way discharged the weapon
The shot struck tho child lu the
Cus toni-Made $ 5
Without a n
equal for Sum
some, cool, serviceable
&AM UUiNlIN, Cal., May 5. A
Plot was discovered today to kidnap
Jh(; m of Qmmn Qlku
scheme was planned by a convict in
order to secure a rardon from the
Governor, in consideration of the re-
turn of his son.
OAKLAND. Mny 5. The Japanese
'of the visiting warships were enter
tained bv the omcials of this city
today. After a stop here they went
to Beiktley, where they were official-,
lv entertnined, their itinerary in
cluding a tour of the University
Till: LICJHTIIOl'Sn tender Kukiil.
Captain .lobson, which went to Molo
kal Inst Monday, returned this morn
Ing, docking at her berth at 11 o'clock.
Lieutenant Houston, the llghlhoiiFu lit
siHTtnr. did not' go nlniiK on her.
Salkl, the ullegcd ringleader In tho
Alea mau-lic.itlng case, was fined KiU
nnd costs by Judge Andrnde Tho oth-
Japanese were also found guilty
"ml fined $2.1 und costs
abdomen, Inllii ilni; ,i tenlble wound,
Tli. i lunge line a hole right Ihimigli
the stimuli li mid passed out Just
above the left hip Joint
l)r U'ajMin was at nnio tele
phoned foi, mid he dashed to Water
town lu Ills automobile The tlilb.
was ullve when the doctor nirlvei
und he ut time did all that was po'
bible to .lllcWale the lot's MifferlllK
However, the wound wax a inoilul
one, nnd the ihlld explicit at .1: .id
n'clock. The shoik to the hj Klein hail
been so gieat that the child did not .
feel any pain and lemalned itjiu- J
scions till the end enmn ' ' '
The doctor innveved the chlld'a
hnd to Honolulu, ami the pa rente"
also ntmmpiinled him Tho remalni
u.re at the William s I'ndcrtakln
Parlors, ami the funeral will prnb.i
bl) be held from there todn).
The Industrial Edition of tht
Evening Bulletin, wrapoed
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B ul
le tin office
Shoe Co., -fctcfcr"