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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1909
I t IIIMMII.W
Perfection 14th Detjrcc.
Pacific First Degree.
All visiting mcml-crs ut the
Order nro cordially Invited to
etUnd meetings of local lodges
UABMOHY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
, ; UnIi every Aiouday evening M
9i8U Id I. U 0. K Hull, Fort Street.
K li lIl.WtmY, Sociclary.
r. u w tout:, n. a.
'All vlsltlug brothers tery cordially
LODGE, No. 1, X. or P.
'Meta orery first and Uilrd Frl
iff evening at 7.. to In It. uf 1'. Hall,
Corner Port and Herat mla. Visiting
arotnera curduily Invited to attend.
, ' l U NlXiUNT, C. C.
It. UOcSLINU. K. It. S.
0HOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E,
' Ilor.olu'u Lodge No. GIG. IJ. 1. 0.
3ks, luci'U In their hall, on Iilug
rnet, ni'.ir Toil, every Friday win
lis. VKiIng Hi other a ro cordlall)
Invited to attend.
1 K. A. DOl'TIHTT. E. II.
ii! i'. i: sruN, Scc'y.
to. M'KlNLEt LODGE No.8, K.cfP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 1th Saturda)
etenlog at 7:30 o'llock In K. ot 1'.
Kali, cor. Fort am.1 llerctunla. Vlstt-
3B brothers cordially Invited to at
ttd. F. M. McOUEW, (J. C.
E. A. JACOHSEN, IC. It. 8.
IfONOLULU AEIUE HO, F. 0. E.
IllceU on the 2nd nnd 4th WKD
tftSSDAV evening!) of each tnontb at
7 30 o'clock !! K. of p. Hull, corner
Dtrctnula and Kurt streets.
Visiting Eagles are invited to at
tend. V. M. MiCOY, W.. I'reit.
J II. T. MOOP.E. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
nMcsta every Out nnd third Thurs
Uijr of each "month at Knights of
W rgtbtiis Uull. Vlaltlng brothers cor-
,' - illUy luvlted to uttend.
k OKO. SSrEIt8(N. Sachem.
K v -rmiti n t t,
WMW.w w,w,.Mjaii.i,wn:,ww.MW ana
J. A. R. Yieira & Co.
.13 HOTEL OT. JEWELERS..,
arc in liir with the
heat assortment ,f
I i ,
In llic market. All makes.
Perfumed anil riant.
S. Jus'r ash for the kind you
LchnhtmH s Candies always
Kiiip and Fort Sts.
WeftK I I- " eJKUAittI2K&K.Y;3ritf UfcOtV.
tiitf UUULfcflN A'13 PAY -jg
The outstanding hills of Iho Metro
politan Meat Co. will bo collected by
J. .1. Hymc.
If you think the t'llklng machine Is
the samo old scrccch-tart you heard
tears ago, you ought In henr Ihd new
Victor The Victor Talking Machine
In n real inulc.il Instrument. Berg
utioni Murlc Co.,i agent.
Smoke- the Owl elgtr. Prlco Re.
Wise house-owners, when letting
their contracts for painting, always
specify V. I. Fuller & Co.'s Pure Pro
imkmI Paint. It Is belter ami more
economical than paints mixed by
guesswoik nnd by baud Sold by Lew
irs & Coke, Mil.
A cottage of six rooms with gas and
clccttlc light nl 1157 Union street with
tdce garden. Is Tor rent. Onll at 1631
N'utnuu atoiiiip. for particulars.
Otto Oks. contractor, carpenter nnd
lobber, can be called up on Phone 15tJ3,
or 1 120 Victoria street It ou need nny
Visit Iho menagerie In Hie Orphoum
saloon and hate a good smile.
Several of Iho I. of P. cottages orl
I'nlnn street me ready for occupancy,
deo .1 M McChcsney's ml.
Mis. Kato Woodard has received a
shipment from New Yorlc of gloves,
hnslvn and Princess g6n,s that nro
the vci) latest In style and material.
Seeral iitctty new siliishades nro
among tho stock.
(In to the Fashion Saloon when you
are tired and thirsty and tho Two
.lackt will mako ou feel llko n now
Titos. P. McTlgho & Co. are having
a big rim on their Dubonnet Hitters
and table wines. Their store on King
htrcet It gutting to be tho headquarters
fur family trade-.
Tho famous Shliley poppy seeds
huo united and nro for sale nt HoW
lister Dru? Co. Thoso beautiful, deli
cate riowcrs will be a great addition
to the Island Mora.
Pnn'i forget tho Ilostnu brown bread
ami baked bonus nt tho Vienna Ilak
ei. (Jet orders In early.
P M. Pond, tho local coatraelor, fur
nishes soil, sand, coral Or rock to flit
up depressions on your land, or to ter
race. Ho wlso furnishes men to do tho
work. Phono 90.
Why have Btnudgy work? Keolbx
tpowrlter carbon paer Is tho best
mnnlfoldlng carbon made. It Rlvcs
clean Impressions. Sold by Hawaiian
Knelis' great sale cf remnants of all
kinds Is tho next-attraction for shop
pers. Sato begins Tuesday, June' 1st
at 8 ii. in. ut , S, Sachs liry Goods
Co. See ml.
Rood beer Is good for what alls you.
In Honolulu It's Important that you
Irlnk Prlilio tho beer that's browed to
suit the climate.
In the huge slock carried by the
LMilun Electric Co. ure telephones es
pecially suited for connecting the homo
with garage or servants quarters and
they will bo pleased to give you an es
timate of tho cost."
THUGS AT WORK.
'Continued from Paci 11
field, but the thugs lolluwed him and
after n while captured him onco more.
The men proceeded to beat Ollchl
with lion rods and finally tied him up
with topes and carried him back to tho
Deputy Sheriff Fernandez lnvosUs.it
id Iho affair nnd found ono man with
a bruised face, but learned nothing
about Iho assault on Ollchl, and think
ItiR th.it tho low had been greatly ex
aggerated, left tho placo. Yesterday',
however, Iho deputy learned that tho
man ho had seen wa', the ono who was
hit with tho iiunp. Ho Is n gambler
named Yoshidu nnd Is well known to
tho police. Yoshlda claims that ho
does not know who tho 01110 t'hrco men
iiro.n blesliig to th'c.vust (artuy of
leojile who l'o In rural; districts,
and such standard niefcea as
l.jdla E. PIrtkham'B .Vegolablo Cor.i
poiiml, whlih has stood iho Jest of
lime, growing. la-wjiujlarUyjind fu-vor'itvery-yra
wiiicconiimia to bo
the Hafeguard: 'of. American women
for all diseases peculiar- to their box.
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caret on sale at
ne bulletin nftlr.e.
ulle'tfn Busmcis Offlde Phone 250.
Bulletin Edit'or&l'BoonfiPhorie 18S.
- tr s .V,
fust arrived in the S. S. AJamcda.
These embrace the very latest pat
1 tains in materials for men's stylish
I clothing, Ready for inspection.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
King Street, opp. Advertiser Office,
to New Woolens
Twelve hunflrcd' sheets of good
paper for tvVcnty-fivY cS'liti at tlife
Ten good' auto hacks. Phono 5,
Tom Qiilnn has gouo to Iho Yukon
fair with his nuto.
Al. ThurioWtfrtho Uoyal Annex
serves tho finest meals In tow
Tako your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Cnrrlagq Mabfg. Co., foi
Will Walker expects to leave tor the
mainland about tho middle of next
.1. II. Hertsche. manager ot tho Alex
ander Young hotel, loft'today fori the
mainland. lie sltlleil In the Ahwledn.
Tho band played at the departure of
t tit Alameda this mornlniK A larco
crowd assembled nt the Octianle whalrfr
Shlnn Sndamnsn wnn g'rnnted a dl
orce from Wnsabtiro Sadamasa on the
grounds of cruelty nnd norusupporL
Intor-Island and O. It ft l snipping
books for talo; at (no Ddllotln
omce, EC each.
i Auytlilng new In tho snorting lino?
An) thing good In the liquor lino? Yoli
can find It at "The Two .lacks.'
E. O, While of Hall & Son, was a de
parting Vasseiiger In tho Alameda. Ho
goes on n business trip.
Worn Is offering superior draperies
at very low prices. See his large
stock. Fort street, oppotdto tho Cath
Tho balk Andrew Welch, CniLnln
Kelly, will sail for San Francisco to
morrow morning. She has accommo
datloni for a few moro passenger.
Miss Emma Itot-n left pn tho Makura
last evening for the mainland. 8 ho
will, go to Snn Francisco, weru rho
will attend n business college.
The Industrial Edition of tile
E'veninp Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1
Mrs. David Haughs left on the Ala
meda this morning for hor old home In
Olosgow. She will mako an extended
visit with old friends, returning late In
W. M. GlUard of W. O. Irwin & Co.
left In tho Alameda (his morning for a.
lbtig vacation trip. Ho goes first lo
the Coast nnd may visit Europo before
Cecil Ilrown. president of tho Flrel
National Bank, was a passenger In tho
Alameda' for San Francisco, Ho goes
on u private business trip and will re
turn on tho same boat.
Miss Irene lloyd daugliW of Col.
and Mrs. J. II, lloyd. wuh nmr.ng tho
outgoing pasReugCrs In the Alimcda
this morning. Sho gocu lo tho 8cattlo
W. J. Storey, a member of tho force
nt tho local Cuutoms -House, left on tho
trnnsimrt Dlx yesterday at noon for a
vacation. He will -visit the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
hero In about 'two months' time.
Over six thousand men nro nowint
work on' tho construction Of tho lower
Hamnkuir ditch, which Is being built
by ho Hawaiian irrigation Company,
It is expected that tho first water will
bo used fiom the new ditch about n
year from the coming July.
Tho consent of Attorney A. 0. M.
nobcrtt-on to become a candidate- for
United States Circuit Judge was not
obtained until he was1 ussured that
Judgo noblneou did not care to press1
tils candidacy. Mr. Ilobcrtbon endorsed
Itoblnson lor tho placo and refused to
consider the becoming ta candldnto tin
less It was entirely satisfactory to Rob
Inson. ., . i
fTnntiritii;T ; V.'. i
was needed w'ns to, pluek: the plum.
It nlntdrml tirinnnft. rtn,Ct;tltt' tn i,n
estimate, to btilld tho dbalrcMiilue
line; 1110 money was' not Jn the Torrt
torlal t'reasurv. Erirb. MA tinnniin
must needs go Into tho.loau fund. -
Now when It hod been decided that
a loan fund of fl'do'.Odb wo'ilhY lin'nnr.
essnry wcro tho Kula folk to have that
pipe uije, v)o powers ucnind lie now.
ors that wcro. looked about for tnnin
ono, duly quallflcd, 0 Introduce 11)0
iiviji.oury uui. neir cnoice roll upon
''this sllyer-tongilcd orator from tho
fertllo vnlley.of tho Iao." and Inn 'llin.
lor Senator from Maul was told to get
II 11 M ho got. and In dun tit-tin Rnnnta
Bill No. 123. slig"ht'y "doforniod but
sVH' In' Hie ring, became Ait No. Some-
NOW tho Iao Orator's f'rlntuta wont In
Know whero In thunder Carloy ontora
into uio gamo, andwhy ho should wax
fat upon luatis gven tfl colobrato tho
pipe lino victory. , in
Incldontall'y, tho.plpo" line la prom
Uod for this winter. .
fContinilPil frnm TaA IN
up tlis morning In his honor.- .Mnjor
tl u wn. i. -.'. -..
... ,, ,t,v,ci wtta uuuinor ierson
no 1011 inr me Btates. Mr. and Mrs.
E. O. Whito donarted In thd Alnmp.in
for a short vacation on tho mainland.
air, wmto is connected with E. O. Hall
& Son, Ltd. .. .
IlcstilntT loenl npnnlr lt,n llina-'iinni
pcoplo Who havo been playing at tho
Orphoum, were among tho outgoing
passenger!.. They. aB-well,as all rim
other pasbengers, wefo decked with
The Hawaiian band, stationed at tho
foot of the gangplank, played for the
fl-f BULLETIN ADS PAY
Want No Free Sugar
WASHINGTON, May 23. Senator MrEnoiy of Louisiana, In a
speech on the sugar schcdtie,r strongly opposed free ntgar.
' ', - -... .. , ..,.. ,'. t
, j spbSjkels wil argued.
SAN ITtANtJlSCO, May 25. Argument on demurrer In the dlsltlb
utlon'of thcCl.iOs Spvcckcls cslnto has been set for July, 19.
' DISCUSS JAIL
High Sheriff May Hav
Charge Of County
SHotild thcireport of tho polleo cmn
mlttco of tho Hoard of Supervisors,
submitted last night nt the meeting of
the Hoard bo nctcd upon favorably.
Hie management of tho County ,Jall
will bo turned over to the lllijh Sheriff.
Tin- comndtteo submitted' figures to
show that tho Jail can bo administered
Itiiler1 the present nrrangemeut much
moro economically than would bo pos
sible under a separate form of admin
istration, nnd that furthermore, money
iwoiild; bo hated that otherwise would
bayo to bo paid out in extending the
-Tile committee estimated that, tit
run the County Jail, ns 11 separate and
Independent Institution, for eighteen
rihonlhs; would require the expenditure
of. 121,600 In Knlnrles for Jailor, guards,
lunas and so forth, and $20,095 for
mnlntalnnnco. Tho comnHtlco CEtlni.it
cd that, whereas tho present total ox
penso or running the Jail for eighteen
months Is J29.870, under a sopnralo
fntm of ndriilnlstratton tho outlay for
eighteen months would bo nhaut $11,-
In addition lo the estimated Increase
In tho cost of operation, It was Bhown
that to administer the County .lull ns
n separate institution, would requliu
the expenditure of a considerable
amount of money for mlilttlnnal build
ings and equipment. All conking heic
.tofora lias been done In the kitchen of
thd Territorial Prison, there being 1111
accommodations In the County Jail.
Furthcrmoro, tho Jail Is without 11 hos
pital' and without administration uni
ces. 1 no cstimnicii rost or crcclng tho
necessary additional buildings, and
equipping thorn. Was placed nt 17275.
It was flna'lly decided to thresh the
matter out In committee of the whole,
with Sheriff Jarrclt present to give bis
Ideas on tho subject.
Ah ordinance, drawn by former
Judgo P. It. Weaver nt the Instance of
thO'Kaahumnim Improvement Associa
tion, to regulate the erection of tene
ment houses In tho residence section of
tho city, was IntrodiiCHtl. This Ik nn
ordluunco framed to take the plnco of
Bevernl pieces of unsuccessful legisla
tion that has been' undertaken from
time to time. It Is believed thnt finally
a law has been drafted that will Bllck.
Japanese hoarding camps are (ho
tenements chiefly aimed ut, the claim
being made that their encroachment Is
canning n material depreciation In the
valuo of pioperty in certain rcsldenco
Figures were Introduced to show
that, unless brakes wcro put on ut
orioo,- thero would bo n decided over
draft at tho end of June, A plan was
suggested whereby tho necessary re
d nations can bo mado In running ex
penses, howecr, wltlibut any hurlous
Inconvenience to tho vailuus depart
ments. The ovordraft faced lu not u
vxjry' serious oties,
I A. communication roni Judgo ,Snn
fohl D. Dole, on behalf or Iho A'bmj
clnted Charities, askltig an appropria
tion or Jioo a pionth to itsslst In tho
work of tho association, was read. No
action was taken,'
, .County Euglnccr.,aore prakonted nn
csumaio or jjooo ruCncoded to put
Walkano hrldgi In first' class condl
nuppiy immcrs, loryio coming
month were opened and placed on file.
' , (Continued from Pake tJ
usual and did not pay In tho money
that the Kilo ,of good, had realized.
One or tho partners In tho company
looked him up and requested that ho
shojrid go down to, the, store. This
Jprig Korig Is alleged io havo re
ruscd to do. The amount Involved
la about 160, f
Pn bcliiR boareifi'd at the station
$50' In gold und an umount or silver
.was round In hls,,l.gcl(cj8. 13. M.
Watson appeared In couVt thltf morn
jug to prosecute, and tho cnuo was
Vontl'nued till Satiirduy next'.
Chldt I.cal bus t boon presented
with u bcautirul silver clgarctto
c-n.0" by T. Uurnlnghqm, Tho pros
ftit wus made as u slight recogni
tion of tho fact that Leal hn,d re
covered alt of Mr, Ilurnlngham's
valuables wlilehwero. stolen by Po-
ter Natvaf, fho burglar,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
t (Continued from Pfrc 1 1
lil-v- Plmrlln f'lillllttt?wttt lit inr n rlirit
,"- - " "
as II tho lawyer wcro his best Irlettd
instenii 01 n man wnu nail simpiy 0.1 1
ol (ho kindness of his heart come to
the rcscuu of n penniless woman,
Tho mysterious Ilaker was b.iiiighl
over from the Jail to confer with his
wlfo and his attorney. Mrs. Wallace
or linlai met him with lear-be-dewed
eco but fell upon his neck and
kissed him ns If he wcio leally her
husband and nol slmiily n scoundicl
who had deceived and betriyod her.
The two then went into the Marshal 11
prlvatu office nnd held n long confer
ence. Whnt they said will never bo
known, of courio, to nny but them
selves, but It 11111H have bcon 1111 1111
cnmfortablo hour for the man.
About an hour after Ilaker ami his
Fccond wlfo went Into the room, sho
opened the door nnd nuked for Charlie
Chtlllngwortb. lie entered nnd then
came out und said Ilaker wanted to
reo United Stales Hlstilct Attorney
llicckoilft. llrnekoiiR I1111I lln man tHk-
'en to his office and confeiied with him
Tor 11 quarter of nn hour. Then linker
enmo out and the woman had 11 confer
ence with the District Attorney,
linker told 11 lltthi nf tbn blsturv of
ijils lire, but It Is c-ldcut that he left
out many Interesting chapters, which
.11 r. iirecitous win cu leaver to nave
supplied by others who know of thorn.
"It Is true," said Ilaker, "that 1 havo
it wife and child in Chicago, 11 lid I am
not divorced fiom my wife. 1 have not
llxcd with her for ubaut three je.irs.
Wo wero nnrrlo.1 In St. Joseph, Mich
igan, June 12. 1000. and wo have one
child, n boy."
I St. Joseph, Michigan, it may bo re
jmurked, Is, or was, the (Irctiri (Ireen
01 Hint part of tho country. llundr-Mls
of couples used to run over from Chi
cago and get man led on Sundays and
other holidays, for no license wns ties
essary there. It Is probable that Ihlr
Is what Itajmoud W. Ilaker nnd Ids
wire did, tboiigh lie Is silent on th it
part of tho Ktoiy.
Bill tho married life of Ihu Ilakers
was not happy, and three years ngo
And now linker tries to besmirch the
name of his real wife as tho iinlv ..v.
cuso he can give for marrying Mrs.
Wallace. Ho saya' .Mrs. Ilaker de
ceived him, and Intimates th'it he can
get a dl voi ce from her on tho ground
that sho Is living, or hits lived, with an'
oilier man. Whether or not there Is
any truth in this yam ronrilns tn be
demonstrated. Hut the fact remains
that linker on his arrival In Honolulu
committed bigamy and cruelly wiouged
uva SI. Wnllaco.
"I married her becausn I lm-mi imp
and bernuso I couldn't hblp It," Is IiIb
lame uxcuso. Jn other words, he
wi uncoil nnd deceived her. mailn iter
Ihu unconscious partner of bis guilt
uccauso lie loved her. The stnteme-it
Is 11 full nnd lucid Illustration of ih
nature of tho lovo of men llko Hay.
momi w. linker nnd leaves nothing
moro lo bo said on Unit hm.ri !,..,.
slbly It explains also why linker's fath
er nas east him off nnd refuses lunger
to havo anything to do with him or to
tako nny reiid!islblllty fur bis cyc-i-pades.
And Evn M. Wnllarn tlm u-,,,,, ...
who Tor Iho past month bus thought
that -.he- was Mrs. llnymond W. linker
notwithstanding that kho now knows
that. bIio was deceived 11 ml betiayed
mm sno nus lived wr a mouth with n
niiin who hud another wir., iliim- ..,,,1
niitllvorced. thnt she lu left lu the most
pitiable situation n woman can bo
placed lu. ncnnllcHv ntui .iiui...... 1
among strangers Evn",M. Wullaco ex
meiuiy iniends to stick to th0 mini
wliq has wiuiiged bur. Kim lu r..,i 1..
w'alt for him. lo try lu sonio manner t-i
imiis pn until lie shall have served his
sentence In Jail nnd havo been re
leastfd. linker promlsqs her thnt he
wlllrcmniiy her, und she Is willing lu
tnko IiIb" word for it.
And Mrs. Wnllaco is old enough to
kiiuw whnt sho Is about. Sho Is nut 11
young gill. Her reasons 1110 known
only to hertplf. Hut u,cro ,Ilu
strong iiotslbUhy lnt n,lkt.r ,, ,ls
relenso nuy nut bo ablu to obtain .
divorce from his real u-tr.. ti,
bo no dlfllcultv In Mm nv r m,u mi
or No, 1 obtaining a dlvoico If the
wauls, lo-bul she might not wnnt to.
And UaKcr'i. statement thut hu can got
a divorce himself Is not calculated lo
Insulru much rimim,.,,,.,. t, ... .. .
. , t ..vw. ,1 ,,u nun
been ,nbld to do bo, lio would havo
ecu a 1001 not to got It bdforo marry
ing another woman.
nut If tho nttltudo of Mrs. Wallace Is
not such ns to liisnlrn kvi,,,,.,ii,,. ...
ily tho position pf the tt!o hoy, her
'Son. Is lilllnhl,, 'in. 1... 1...- ..
, , , "" :wl " " i wilier
for tho sltiH of which ho Is Innocent
Tho Federal Grand Jury meets Juno
S, and an Itidlctmont will imdoubtedly
bo returned against Ilaker. Tho max
Imum penalty for tho crlruo of bigamy
Is flvo yours' Imprisonment. Iluj no
mluliuum ppnnlij, R lixed, an it u with
In tho houndn of poErlblllty that Hal;
cr may get off with n light sentence
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, May 26.
NAGASAKI Balled May 2r.;
U. S. A. T. Thomas, for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISCO At rived Mny 2G:
S. S. llllonlan, hence Mny 18.
Monday, May 21.
SAN FHANCISCO Sailed May 21:"
Ilk. St. Katherlno. for Honolulu.
SAN FIIANCISCO-Anlved Maj 21:
llktne. Irmgaid, hence April 30.
Ilk. It. P. Illlhet, from Illlo Mny 1.
IIII.O Snlled May 22:
S. S. Columbian, for Snllna Cinz.
THE INTElt-ISLAND steamers lem-
lug yt'stei'duy ntternoon for Iho othei
Islands were Hie Klnaii for Knuil, tin
Noenu for Molokal and Maul poits und
Ihu Iwnlanl for tho Koolau i-lile ol
Ktiunl. They nil lelt nt S o'clock.
ACCOHDINrt TO n number uf offl
cers mi Iho Makura, tho slcuimdili
Aornngl, which will nrrlxe from tin
Colonic-- next, will bo taken off
her run In b" flllo.1 by nniilber steamer
of the name slxo. Slie will lie used ur
an oxeiirslon cr.ifl between Victoria
THE MISSIONARY rrhooner Illrun
Illnghnm. Caiitnlu Wnlkup, which eamo
Into this D01 1 some lime ag' nrrheil
at tho Ollbert IstandN 11ler 11 plea-taut
trip. This pleasant news was brought
by the ttftlccrx of the Makura. which
sailed yenlenlay nftermnn fur Van
couver. Captain wnlkiipa wire nnd
dniigblcr, who accompanied bini 0:1 tbe
voynge, will return to Hawaii net lo
'.' O it it :.' i i'. '.' i ii ;'.' :'. ii ii U it
Plan Ot Mayor And His
The luispelislim of Willie ('"iwforl
fiom bis position, honor., and perqui
sites by CouniN Attorney Cathciit
iipolli-il u very noil HIM" gjmo which
Was bcliiR piep-m-d b.. Major Chailc
Itliudi'K 11111I Jou Fern. Thu tb'iugbi
they had It ill! doped nut light b-it
Hie cards ran .igilust ihem. Sumo
body looked at their hand and gii
the piny nway.
The atnleiuenl made that Joe Fern
bioughl tin- in.ilur of Wlllie'n Ilir.nrl.il
traiisuctlous to Iho intention or the
Coiintv Attorney was cnmieuiii. Mr.
Cntlicait says be was not lobl of tin
mutter by either Mayor Rhodes v Mr.
Fein but learned fionl ollu-r souiees
Hint Crawford wns ilccin.i'.l of linvlng
grafted off Lai Dark. Ho Immediately
suspended the enrpiileut Wllllu uinl
stinted nn liivesligitlon. '
Tho little game of Ithod"s. Fein et
al.. It appears, -was to collect the ei
dence quietly und say nothing nbout Ii
until last night when tho strange lulu
would bo sprung oil tho City Fiilhers
al tho incillii:; ol'llio Hoard of Silpui-
lKiirs, and they would be asked b Hie
.Mayor and bis clinperon to llro Willie
and investigate him.
It mm n lovely Kcheme lo dlteri'dlt
the County Altornoy, but It didn't
woik, Rlmply because the Count At
torney liuil hlS eyes open nnd' gdt onto
It'beforo tho lin'l riml was placed.
GAME ON MAUI
(Special lo the Hill lot 1 11)
Walluku, Mnul, Mny 25.-The Will
lukti Jupnueso met last Siimluy at (lie
lapiineso hchpol building on Muiket
street und oiganlzed themselves Into
nn organization called Tho Maul High
er Wngua Aid Association. It Is the
Intention of this association in furnish
Iho Oiihu slilkerii wltli money lu con
tinue the si like.
N, Otsukn, 11 Walluku Jap.inet-e Dis
trict Court Interpreter, was chairman.
The nieuting appointed the following
ofllcerit: Vokugaxyn, editor of Ihu Maul
Shlmbiin, piusfdent; O. Yasumoil,
tieiiMiiiTi HuBegnwa, booielnry.
Tho leading Japanese or Wnlhikii
and Kuhiilul, S. k'Jmuru niei ,1, Onltln
aio not with Hiimo movdULiith It la
undslood II1.1t lb.- Lahalui und Kiln 1
Jaapncso also have orgaiib'.e'l.
A icsolutloii u-trodiiced by r.dltor
Vokiiguwn, that the as.-inni.itoii In
struct tho masses lo niilthcr rcail por
Biibscrlbo for Iho Hnwull Sklmpo, wno
Mr. Otbiikn fiivh llial m.ly ym ln.i
been subset Hied for this 'impose hnl
Iho iiftoflntloii win umloA'ur lu r.il.u
mom muuns In order In emiblo llu
mou to keep up tho btilko muuabiy tor
blx montlia or moio.
ninnk hooka of all snits. lodirem.
rlc, manufactured liy the Iiulletln
Tuesibn,M.i '..., I W-l
M N. H. S. Ltirllne, Wiedeii, from
lllo. '.'P. in.
Tuesday, May 25.
C.-A. S. S. Makuia, Tor Victoria,' 5
Slmr. Klnaii, (IrfKOiy, for Eleele, 5
Stmr. Noenu, Iilt7., for J.abaln.i, 5
Stmr. Iwnlanl, Mitchell, 'fur Kealh,
1 t. 111.
Slmr. Maul, Ilriilm, for Paaiihau, 5
i SAILING TODAY 'f'
Wednesday, Mny 20.
(). S. S. Alameiln, Dowdell, for San
.'"iiincbcii, 10 a. in.
P. M. H. S. Korea. S.indbcrg, froiii
"an Fianelieo, a. ms
I DUE FRIDAY. ,
. " j '- - .,.
C.-A. H. S. Marania. funi Victoria,
Per S. H. Ltirllne, for San Francisco,
Mny 28, in n. m. Mrs. Hartley, 4 elill
lien Mini scnniit. I). L. Wlthlugtoii
Mid wlfo. Miss Tnrlrlon, Stephen Po---11
Ic Ii. Mrs. Peearlrh. F. E. Haley.
Mrs. .1. A. Cisiper. Miss Cooper, O. II.
Hitchcock. Iliizcl II. Perkins. W. T.
Liu-is and wife. Miss N. A. Randolph,
Mrs. llnwui and daughter, II. W.
Ircen. W, F. Lehigh unit wife. Mis. .1.
. Montgomery, Albert P.iisnus, Wil
liam Owens. Mrs. J. 11. Castle, .Mrs.
Margaret Cialg. Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
1 PA0SENGER3 DEPARTED I
V . . ,t.
Per S. S. Alnmedn, Dnwell, for
Srn Franclsiu. Mny id: W. Ilnss,
Mrs Il.iss, Miss lieno lloyd, Mrs. T.
HraniU, C. A. Ilrown, Cecil Ilrown.
Mrs. II. II. Ilyluglon, Miss Clnphnm,
U-i Collins, Jlrs. Will Cooper, M. J.
Corbett, .Mrs. Corbet t, W. 11. Cowl.
I. (1. Curtis. V. II. Davis, Mrs. l)a
vbi, Mrs. Dluklage, Mr. Ditbnls, Miss
Dubois, 1.. E. IMwardi, Mis. Ed
wards. .Mrs. L. II. Evans, Miss Pau
line Emiiis, Mrs. (1. It. Kw.it t, Jr.,
Mlsi E. Fnye, Mlsu (1. Felker, C.
Ferguson, Miss M. A. Fernandez. T.
Feiuandc, (leurgo A. dates, Mrs.
II. II. (ilffiuil, W. M. Hlffiird. Mlxri
A. (Ileasmi, F. J. (Iraie, Miss It.
(lieen, Mrs, W. (Ircen, Mrs. I).
I laughs, (!. Il'ermaudez, Mrs. ller
inniiiler. J. II. Ileitsche, Mrs. A. 1).
Hill. Miss W. Holt, J. II. Hyde, Mrs.
Iljde. Mrs. C. .1. Irwin, Miss E. M.
('. Krnuse, E. 11. Lad.i, Miss Law
leaie. It. I. J. Illlo. MIm It. Lindsay,
Mi-h. I). Loguii and child, J.u. Lle.
Mr.t. I.yle. Miss M. Mnritutt. Miss I..
Mm-shtill. II. II. .Meyers. Mrs. Mc
ers, Dr. Mornng, Miss M. Muiiilnii,
W. Mutch. .Mrs. Ida Odhnruc. Master
(Im don Ohborne, Miss Sophie Os
borne, A. C. Palfley, Mrs. J. Pnrl.er
und three chlldien, Mrs. Peckeimaii,
Mis. I., (i. Piny, F. W. Hay, Mis.
Hay. J. W.-A. Iteilhnubc. MUs E. .1.
Ilecves, Jlrs. C. C. Hhodea nnd twu
(lilldrcii, C. Sle'.nuin, Mrs. Slemt-on,
Mis. I K. 'Simpson, C. (1. Smith,
Mis. Smith nnd child, Miss Soxsn,
Pletio Sobso, .Mm. Susu.1, Miss I. Sul
livan, J. .1, Sullivan, .1. C. Suttiui.
Mis. Sutton, .1. Tiinnlngsen, Mis.
Timiiliigsi'ii, L. Fnilerwood, .Mis.
ttiideiwiiod, It.ildwlu Vnle, Mis.
Vale, Major II. W. Wheeler, N.
Whlslcr, E. (). While, Mrs. While,
Mis. M. !'. White mid infiinl, F. W
liian, Mis. (illlln.
CAMPBELL ON CHINA
A .1 C,iiuibell, icprcriMittng the
Teiiitnrlat Poaid of Immigration,
will sail for Euiwie nn the China,
leaving hero June. 1. This wus tho
statement given out by William Sav
blge, the nsrlstnnt secretary of tho
Homd The mcotlui; of the llonid
was In be hold this afternoon nl, ".
o'clock, but linking tho necessary
quorum thubBj iiresenl dci'ldcd In
wait for the other' 'intmheni.
MRS. E. AJMITII DEAD
Mrs, E. A. Stullli, iiinlher or (Juugo
W. BmltliTif llensnn, Smith & Co., died
this moluiug. Out of boner to thi
mi'inory of Mis. Smith, Hie drug store
at Fort niul Hotel street Is cloned lo
! SdiUngr for
KAPUNA, II0N0IPU, KAILUA and
From Sorcnion's Wharf.
1 Apply on Board or to
, HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO., Agt.
Telephone 390, Maunakea St.. below
King. P. 0. Box 820.
TMWin Business Office Phone 25ft,
BuJletin Editoiinl Room Phone 185,
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