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There is a new impulse in Honolulu business the Bulletin will connect you
The advertiser who says "enough," "I
who thinks he is striving sufficiently,
1ms really ceased to itnve nt .til.
"Enough" Is a delusion Bulletin
advertising is n 305-dny-n year busl
VOL, X'. NO. 4300,
l'l PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITRY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1000 J -I FADES.
TRICE 5 CENTS,
ROOSEVELT PORTERS STRICKEN RY SMALL
OKLAHOMA'S GOVERNOR IN U.S. COURT
BY SHOW MAN
Saitd, Promoter of High Wage Play, Demands
Damages of Sheriff---Latter Stopped Perform
ance at Aiea Fearing Trouble
Sheriff .Inrri'tt linn In en wrvul
wllli p.iperM In u milt hiouRht against
lilm liy T. Hallo, tlio promoter of tho
High Wiiro show, calling for damag
es In tlio Mini of $80". Tlio tnso
iirlsos In connection with tlio piny
which was stopped nt Alca by tlio
Sheriff's orders on February 9.
PliillitlfT livers Hint lie wiik iiiikIo
Id lose Hip nliovo iiiimril amount of
money through tlio Shn ilf'ti action
ami Hint IiIh company had to ho itla
liamlcil In consequence.
It will ho remembered (lint Hallo,
tlio man shn Ih suing the Hherlff,
riivo t.e vera I shows In Honolulu
which were oie)i '" objection owing
In tlio manner in which nimuiRern of
pl.intnt Ioiih rind other oniclnls of thn
big HiiRiir companies wcio iniperson-nted.
Hallo claims Hint be koiikIH, nnd
olilalneil, tin, ncicxk.ii) ,,cciikc anil
permission friiui the Depuly KheilfT
of Kwn illHtrlct, and Unit suhsco,i:ent
ly he wiih pmhlbltpil by Sheilff Jnr
rctt from giving the show nt Alea.
Ho states thnt he wiih put to Rre.ll
I expense in iirr.iiiRliiR for (ostumes
nml BtiiRe scenery, mnl dim lliu utt
orH of thn company bad ulso to lie
' paid, whether lliu show came off or
Tlio estimated profits of Hip bhow,
uecoidlng to 8nltn, would hnvo been
f:il)0, mid the Initial expenses In
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uiuiiunlcil to tzno. In addition to
HiIh low. Hallo clnlniH fit," for Inc.1-
dentals, mieh iih traiiHportatlon, ad
verlltdng and hael; hire.
Sheriff Jnrrett on being hciii Willi
MUSCOGEE, Okla , May 8. Judge
Campbell of the United States Dis
trict Court has fle-ided that Govcr-
MILITARY LEAGUE LEADERS
leferelire to the suit said "I
Htoppeil the IIIrIi Wage hIiow at Alea
for thn Rood of tlio community, mid
mil satisfied thnt If tlio nctors had
performed as they did in HiIh city,
there would have been serious trouble
nt .Men. It wiih had enough In Hono
lulu, where a moio Intelligent elnss
of Japaneso dwell they hnvo bonso
mid could iinderHtniiil the shnw Hut
out on n plantation where the labor-
em nrc not of the name clam ns tlio
city men, n riot mlRlit hnvo been
started that would hnvo finished in
"As I uiii being sued lis Shell ft of
the county, nnd(not ns n private pcr
son, thn suit will no doubt be de
fended by the county Inwjerit, mid
Mr. Cat heart will probably under
take the defense,"
TO SOLVE BY
This Is Governor's View
'I.epio:i will novel be Mumped out
111 tlm Teultory of Hawaii until tlio
IVder.il (iiivernuK'Ht tnkes cIiuiro of
thn villi it Ion Wo are nut rendy jet
to iikK the Hulled Htates iiutliorltle.i
to lake this Klep, but there Ih n eon
Btnnll lucicnsliiR .sentiment ntuoiu!
tlio piople, Including tlio llnwiilLins.
that this would bo thn best thing that
could happen, and I think tlio request
will be made of Coiirichs bcfnio very
Thu nliovii Htuteiiiout was Hindu by
(Continued on Pane 2)
W. i: fihaw naB brouKht suit In the
Clreiill ('oin I ngilnst John I'. Colburn,
executor of the last will mid lesl anient
of D.ivld Kawananakoa, to collect from
the estate of I'rlneo luld a JiidRinent
or J2S:i.K3 given In tbu District Court
b ilefault on May S, 1!I0S.
The eomplalnt filed by Mr Klniw nl
b'Kes that on April I, l'JOl, David Ka
wananakoa owed William II, Illalsdell
u hum exceeilhiR 12,01), whlcl ho whs
(Continued on Page 8)
NAIROBI" Africa, Mny 8. Two
, of the porters with the Roosevelt
expedition nrc down with small pox.
Sergeant Hum. the iniumRci Hon AHIkhikIi ma i biu-lintl pl;i
nml mentor of the N. (i II hni-cbnll or himself, tin Srcant takes tb
tenm. is n son of n veteran of the greatest interiM in ih game, nnd
wnr of fit.5. mi dlpis followed In the'nlwiivs on bind lo wati li bis bo
footsteps of bis dad. mid Is In fact ul work on Hie diamond P wool
n real chip of the old hloil;. The break bin h'-'i! In ' his lemn lo
Renliil Ilarrj served in the t' 8 jn game, nml IT II i urn u pass tin
Army us sergeant In the Medluil (the) did not win the Milium I.ciirc
We have just receiv
ed a bip; assortcnt 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.,
H v y W IT ) W
Meeting of Trustees Is
What disposition the tllshop es
tate will make of the block of hind
innukii of ICIiir street nt lllshop
street, Is undecided. A meetliiR of
the trustees was culled for jcsterilny
afternoon, hut It wiih Impossible to
Rut a InrRo enoiiRb .itteiiilatico to
liansaet any business. In conse
quence the meetliiR whs postponed
until Monday nftornoon.
The lllshop Hstuto is known to be
coiislderlnK several propositions tu
innnectloii with tlio property, but
IVnuk H. Dodge, hind URcnt for tlio
estate, stated this morning Hint
nothliiR dcllnlto bud been decided
upon, nnd nothlnR could bo settled
until ufter tlio mcctlnR of the trus
tees on Monday.
nor Haskejl anil those nssocintwl
with him secured lands of the Creek
Indians by fraud. Governor Haskell
escaped from the first indictemnts
found against him by a technicality.
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SAN TRANCISCQ, May 8. A re
cection in honor of the Japanese
naval ofllccrs was held here today
on beard the cruiser West Virginia,
flagship of the Pacific fleet.
MERCER, Pa., May 8. Mrs.
Boyle, the woman who carried out
the scheme for kidnapping the Whit
law child, was convicted bv a iurv
j here today.
TonlRht'b best feature is tlio Car
men's Dance In K. 1'. Hull.
Illank bonks of all sorts, ledgers,
etc, manufactured by the Dullotln
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PARIS, May 8. The Govern
ment is preparing to strongly resist
the strikers. Their positions will
be filled and the whole force of the
military used to preserve order
should there be outbreaks.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phona 183.
Yes, he never expected to
be, so he failed to take out a
STANDARD ACCIDENT POL
ICY. Before you sail, why not
do the wise thing and get
some real protection!
Hawaiian Trust Co.,
i 923 FORT STREET
We send out on errands arc those in
whom the public has confidence. You
may count on them all of the time.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
C0RI, Russia, May 8. A plan was
brought to light here today to rob
the treasury of $100,000 by tunnel
ing. m t
A. I,. Castle and C (!. Ilockus hac
each donated a c-mi to bo plaod for
and won Ihree Hiiich by tlio siimn two
players, members of the . lieretnula
Tennis Club, In a men's doubles handi
cap tournament This tournament will
stmt on thn lloretunlii courts Monday,
Mny 17 Entries will bo received by
tlio MTielury of tlio club, It II Itlo
tow, until fj p. in , I'riday, Mny li.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Reading from left to right: B
Kaai. Chillincworth. Spencer, Short,
and Frcitas. Sitting Lemon, Barr
Department, saw two and a halt
ears' sen Ire in the I'lilllpplucs. and
wnn mi the firing lino when Genera!
Lnwton was killed. Unity also serv
ed In Northern l.uron with Captain
l.clnhniiscr nnd Captnln I'. (1. Low
of the Twenty-filth Infmitry.
The KerRcmit nlso served nlno
years in the N t!, California, mid Is
now completing tlio bitter part of
six ears in the N C. II. He now
ranks as Post () M. mid Orderly
ScrRcmit nnd Chief Clerk to thn Ad
jutant (icncrnl X. O. II. The Ser
Rcnnt has full chnrRc of thn new N.
0 II. shootlnfR waller nnd Is nlso
drill Instructor for the first Hospital
Corps un ler HurRcon (ieneral
Charles II Cooper. Harry took the
corps over four yearn aro when
there were only throe men In It
mid now has no less than fit well-
drlileil men under him. It is no pic
nic for tho ScrRcmit to nttenil to nil
bis duties, nml ho bus tr dootc
three of bis cvcnlnRs to tho shontlni;
caller, and one night to Hie Corps
for drill nnd Instruction In Hist aid
lo tho wounded.
SorReaiit Hurry Is u member ol tho
Ited Cross Society ol Honolulu nnd
Is u ery valuablo man In thnt posl
icl: row Norton, Colonel Zicglcn
y, Soaica, Loto.
The Moving Spirit of the Nation:
Guard Team That Makes Things '
Hum in the Military m
ihaiiiplouship, there Is no Knowltl
what be inlRht be teniited In ilo.
CRAIG FOR MEMBER
OF LICENSE BOARD
J II. CrnlR, formerly u menilicr
of the Hoard of Immigration, Is Mid
lo be slated to ill! the vacancy on
tho l.liinor hlccnso Hoard created by
tho rcslmiiiatlou of Norman Wat
kins. Ills appointment, which Hie (!o
cruor Is expected to iinnnunie njoii,
will llll up tlm I.Icciikc Hoard, bi
will still leave u vacancy on '-'(h
, Hoard of Immigration to lie fillei
I The bames are Hint John .l,jm
den will bo reappointed, 3
There Is alto a vacancy on-tb
Hoard of Health to bo filled. Tw
men are most prominently mention)
for tlm place. Dr. Itayiiiond nnd l)i
Mikiic Now thnt the (imernorll
rested mi from his laliors consertiiei
upon the legislative session, ho
expected lo till up all Ihejioards nil
(iiiuiillshliinH mnl the Tenllory vl
settle down to liuslncsn
NEW SHIPMENT OP HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD 02 IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. ... . . . , utUld
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KING ST.
Without a xl
equal for Sum
wear. Neat, 'hand
some, cool, serviceable
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,