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, Ada , Juno 25
Mnkurii Juno 2i"
Aiiraiigl Juno 23
VOL. XI. NO. 4340.
UYENO AND THAT TOKIO
Inability To Furnish Bonds May Force
Strike Leaders To Go To Jail
Pending Date Of Trial-Outlook
Dark For Trouble-Makers
Mak I no unci li Is strlko agitators tuny boom Iio committed
In J.ill. Tliclr attorney uilmlts It Ih iilmuat Imposslhlo to fur
nish nddltlnnul bonds. New Indictments arc to follow tlioso
nlienily found. Tlio ulrllco leaders will again ho arrested on
other charges. "Willi tlio (lawn of each day comes tlio hand
writing on the wall, the dreaded shadow of prison walls for
the alleged conspirators, tlio men who hnve headed an unright
eous, movement Hint has brought dlsoidcr, riot, bloodshed, pov
erty, dlsticss and tears to their countrymen.
Willi the continued number of nr
tests, the new Indictments result
ing dally, and the fixing of bonds In
the many cases, Makino, the Japan
ese strike lender, and his associates
ii i o now fine to face with tlio most
serious picdlcnment that has jet
made. Its appearance tho Inability
to furnish uddlHoual bpnds. Nono
of the Agitators look forward with
much pleasure to tlio thought of be
lli;; placed behind Jail bars.
MiiMnn, Negoro, Tnsalta, Kawa
inura mid Ynmushiro were arraigned
PeTou) Judge t)e Holt In the Circuit
Ciittit on the IndlctmeiitH returned
against them yesteiday by the grnml
Jmy, i barging them with conspiracy
In iiiunler and cnusplraey to commit
lima n It and battel y.
When It camo to-tlio matter of
fixing bond In the new indictment
umes, Attorney l.lghtfoot, represent
ing the strlko leaders, said that It
uis exceedingly dllllcult to secure
additional bonds for hi clients, that
they weie ahead) under $1,000 and
Sjr.O bonds, and that ibero was no
possibility of their running away,
lie leferred to them as "all being
citizens of good business stnmllng In
Attorney Piosor, deputy to the
Attorney Cenernl, and assisting the
piosofiillon, declared that owing to
the sorlpusness of the indictments
bioughl, the nature of tlio evidence,
anil the numerous charges binught
ngalnst the strike Agitators, ho felt
that they should be lequlied to give
' When a number of charges aro
twilight against u pei son he Is llnblo
to tako the first opportunity to inulso
his cacupe. and under the clrcum-
loMp J-1 I t
Made in New York and the styles oie the latest. Fine new
stock of summer fashions.
Corner Fort and
3:30 EDITION Tne best ton'c for summcr d illness in business is liberal Bulletin advertising
stances I think we ought to Insist on
new bonds being furnished in these
Attorney Mghtfoot took vigorous
exceptions to furnishing additional
bond, and then thundered:
"I wish to take exceptions to
remarks of Mr. Prosser, who
these, defendants aro llablo to
away titldeVtho prcssuro of
chaigcs brought. I want to
thnt they uro nil rellublo persons In
good standing In the community, nnd
will be hero until tho Inst until, I
hope, the fearful acts against theso
Japanese can be lighted."
Judge De Holt weighed the matter
caiefully and said:
"It strikes me Unit the seriousness
of tho charge would not Justify the
couit In allowing them to go with
out a reasonable baud. However,
wc must not forget that these peoplo
ate entitled to exactly the same
ilglits as all other poisons; I wish
that to bo distinctly understood at
the very beginning of tho trial, and
to ptovnll tliiimghout.- -There may
be mote or less feeding brought about
by thcue anests and various charges
made under piesent circumstances,
but theie Is u duty which devolves
upon the prosecution a very lm
poitaut one as well as upon the
i oiu t, to deal with theso Japaneso
In a way mi tlmt they will bo made to
feel and know that In an American
court they can get justice, nnd such
Justice as will punish the guilty ne
entiling to. the ciluio committed, and
which will allow the Innocent to go
fiee. All persons, howcNcr, must
icspcct and oboj tho law,
' No person, no matter what his
(Continued on Page 4)
"Concct Clothes for Men."
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUNE
LONDON, June 18. It is possible
that the British warships on the
China station will be sent to the Pa
cific Coast in October to participate
in the great Portola Festival. I
WASHINGTON', June 7 An
nouncement was made at tho White
House today that President Taft will
open tho Portola festival on October
IV. This nows was given out In per
son to Robert A. Hoos, Jr., special
commissioner of tho festival commit
tee, who1 was presented to the Presi
dent by Senator Kllnt.
Tho President lias modified his
plans within tho last few days bv
abandoning tho trip to Alaska. This
was dime on ncrount of the health of
Mrs. Taft, who has been advised by
her physician against taking eo Ions
Tho President and Mrs. Taft, how
over, will attend the Alaska-Yukon-Pacltlc
Exposition at Seattle and
time their visit so as to reach San
Krnnclsco on October 19.
The Idea of tho national toast to
be drunk at noon on that day all
over the world has caught tho fancy
of tho President.
He piotnlscd Senator Hint and
Mr. Hoos today that he would him
self compose tho toast nnd give it to
Senator Hint within a day or two
This will give ample time for Its dis
semination nil ocr tho world In or
der that evernne, everywhere, may
familiarize themselves with It nnd
be prepared to use It at the decisive
J DAYTON. Ohio, June 18. The
Wright brothers were today present
ed with medals of the Nation, the
! State and the City in honor of their
achievements in the successful con
struction and operation of aero
HENEY STILL TALKING.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 18.
Prosecutor Heney continued his ar
cument in the Calhoun case through
the day. He is expected to finish
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will be
the Lurline, about June 30.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Do not think that your es
tate is too small for us to
The same care and atten
tion is given to every estate
placed with us, irrespective
Investigate our methods
and you will be satisfied.
WASHINGTON. June 18. Ex-
Congressman William Lorimer was
today sworn In ai United States Sen
ator from Illinois, succeeding Sena
tor Hopkins. ,, ,
William Ixir liner, who will succeed
Senntor Hopkins of Illinois, is
serving his sixth term In tho lower
house of congiess. Ho Is u native
of .Manchester, England, and camo
to AmerlcaJln 1870. He Is forty
eight joins old. When he was
twelve jc.us old his father died,
and the hid became a sign palm
el's apprentice. I.uter he was cm
plojed In Chliugo packing houses
nnd then became a stieet car con
ductor, graduating from that
spheie Into the real estate and
general conducting business
Twenty joins ago ho was a power
In ward politics. Personal mag
netism, loyalty to his political
ft lends and ii keen knowledge of
the game have kept him in tho
public eje ever since
SUGAWARA LEFT TO
Makino unch R pudiates
Man Accused Of
Alone abandoned, rugged and nils
euible, Siig-iwntH, the alleged collect
or of the Higher Wagu Association of
the Japanese strike leaders, who re
cently assaulted with it ktilfo Niiuiu
to, who tefiised to contribute to the
funds, appeared before Judgo Do Holt
this morning and was airalgned
Ho Is the only olio of tho agitators
not out on bond, nnd tho fact Is a pe
culiar one in luw of tho manner In
which the leadeis Hand together Ma
kino I'u nil) denies any commotion with
Hugawiii.i, and 'mi attorney has been
secured for him.
Tint the assault was unwarranted
and despicable, .Muklno and his follow
ers realize, and It Is a moo on their
purl to Keep the public from connect
Ing the incident of tho assault with
the other c.ise.t. Is the opinion of the
nlllclals Sugawnrn will be allowed
to enter his plea on Monday next
John II. Hergstiom, piano inner mid
repairer. Formerly with Uorgslrom
Music Co. P. O. llox 10. Phono 581.
SEE THAT BOY?
He is one of ours ; one of the kind
you read about, and SEE, when you
patronize the (
18, 1009. 8 PAGES.
Another fatality occurred at Kwa
this morning, when a Japaneso laborer
fell from a cane car and was Instantly
killed. The unfortunate uinn lost his
hold In some way and fell directly und
er the wheels. Ills head was badly
crushed and his body otherwise cut.
Deputy Sheriff l-Vtuandoz Is holding an
emiulry Into tlio accident this alter
SEATTLE, June 18. There was
received here today thc"lanrest sin
gle shipment of gold that has ever
come to this port from Alaska. The
gold landed is valued at $3.200,000.
! PARIS, June 18. The Oovern
I'ment budget today shows a deficit
1 for the fiscal year 1910 of twenty
'one millions of dollars.
i SENATE'S NEW CHAPLAIN.
WASHINGTON, June 18. Ulvs
;ses Grant Pierce was. today named
,as chaplain of the United States
i Senate in place of the late Edward
Everett Hale. Mr. Pierce is a Uni
I tarian born in Providence, R. I.,
July 17; 18Q5. He was educated in
.Michigan and took post-graduate
j studies at Harvard. He was ordain
ed in 1801 and has held pastorates
I in Pomona. Cal Ithaca. N. Y and
I All Souls Church in Washington. .
After reviewing the Indictments
biought against Makino nnd his as
sociates. Judge Dc Holt dlscovcied
that they had been returned In tho
thltd degree Instead of the first, as
had been thought. This reduces the
bond from 1 1.000 to JtOO. M. Olita,
u Jap contractor, went bond for four
of the Agitators and O. Okazuki went
bond for the othor two. The men
were released, but are expected to
ha arrested at once on another
Established 1879 '
THE PALM stands
for the best only
in all things to eat.
Hotel, 111. Union
Says He Has Not Advised Planters What
To Do With Strikers As Stated In
Tokio Oispatch 'Tis Outside His
Province His Statement to Press
K "In legard to the report of on agent of the -n . , .-1 l'r. - :!
II alleging that I have ilcltlscd the nlniiteis not In I.-M in t h- deni.iiul . .11
It of tho striking Japiliese planritlou laborers I would suv tli.it It h !
It unfounded and Is not within my knowledge it
Japaneso Consul Cieneral Uon,
this morning authorized the Jai.i.ues;
newspapers In Honolulu to publish III'.
alxjvo statement, contradlctln ; ih
truth of the Toklo cablegram which iiji
peured lu this morning's paper.
The Japaneso Dally ChnuilcV this
morning Issued extras, wlili li out
talned the official statement of CmimiI
Oenornl Uyeno, contradiction IM
muruliig's rnblegram from Tokio
The Hawaii Sblnpo and tho Nlppti
JIJI also gave prominent place to tho
Consul Coneral Ujeno, when seen at
his office this morning, by tho 11 u I
1 11 1 1 n man, stated thnt tho cable
gram was certainly news to hlni. He
was at n loss to know where tho news
"I ilo.i l understand how this cable
gram lolntlng at the ue.spiior.
"could have originated." said Mr.
I'yetin "II Is most ildlciiliius. It Is
Must think. How can I. as Consul
fjonoiul of Jupan, do such a thing?"
coiHlun-d he. "I cannot advise the
'i era to do anything;. It Is outside
of ill) M'lieio.
As to tho report of an ntnirhlstlc
element nmnng the Hawaii in Jitpines.
I hao no knowledge of thai fact."
Consul Coneral Uyeno twined grwit
ly nuzzled, Neither he nor the plain
er' know anything of "advice" bo U
said to li.no gleu them legjrdlng the
Foreign Office Cable.
The local sizing up of the Toklo tel
egriim Is cjulte different fmm tlio. Con
suPs It Is believed tho statement Is
sued f i oni tin, I'oiclgu OHlce was de
liherately shaped, as the Associated
Press would not lend Itself In an ex
aggerated fako. The Consul bus not
aihlsed tho planters nnd he may not
know whether theie are any anairlilbts
In the Territory, hut his denial hicks
a definite statement as to tho poltlon
of the Japanese (lineriimenl lmed r
his tcpotts. It Is apparent to anyone
that no Kooinnient official can support
the niethodi that have been adopted
by Jim Agttutor crowd
Tim Japanese community was puz
xliil with tho Toklo cablegram 1!
peclally the Japaneso of the belt' i
class do not helluva that their Consiv
HOME OF THE CR0SSETT SHOE.
See our Men's CK0SSETT WINDOW.
Prices $3.50 to $5.00.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.,
, 1051 Fort Street.
Every day. Bulletin Want Ada
nrn helping people correct the mis
takes thev have made in selecting
places to live.
Only one rent a word one time.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
(lenernl bus done unvtlilnu of the kltnl.
The laborers, of coin we, do not know
of the culiifKiaiii. i'SOii nh.it Is toll
them In their u.tnu Intitt- who rend
the lit ruiMrs Borne an inclined' hi
think thnt there limy be some I rut li In
LlQhtfoot to Japanese Government.
Attorney LlKhtfoot. fpii-seiuliig tho
I"i.ineso stllke li-adeis all. I the High
1 1- YVuko Asm In Inn, Is lit luesi-nt bus
ily engaged la preparln'i l!lrl.il docu
ments, relative to Ihu sir Ike, to bo v
submitted to tho Japaneso (lovern
Tiieut. Tho documents will show- how
tho strike originated here The will
also Mum Hie notion of ihe Ter liorlal
High Sheriff lu breaMnu Into th oRlco
nnd tnUln ; away cetiulu arili !es. be
longing to Mulsluo and Negoro
I.lghtfiMii claimed eHei.;.i) that ho
was quite certain his cllenis would not
be treated right, when put on trial Ho
will, thereime t.ublilll tl-c il talle I
eiiciimstaiici i of ih" eae to the Jn
nnese govt rnuieiii loi . r,.Pt,,,., ,n ii
Strike Brsaker Kited.
The aril.'i-ntul death of i I' no Ulr
on strike leenker on Oulm id mutlun
eslirduy wss piompt nini e ierully
ill islUili 1 b IH-lilll. Mm 111 t-erne
'del mid h wi-.llct of . cl 'rtital
il'vth i e, in nt d.
The man was encaged i i a pilj
of rlx in pushing loaded cu- .-,, ifp
n slight sloe. Ihev had sun tlo.e ti
the top of the glojH- and -n i-thlug
the fourth, whou n cat at Hie top
i-larted luck and was followed i the
other two Tho inmi purlii ig ilio car
saw the otheis coming toviiul theiu
nnd a general shout of warning was
rained. All tho "Ihers Jumped to
safety lu ample time The In.in klljjyl
appears to have Jumped uw-iy fropi
tho track mid then In sunn wny sllppl
hack bo that his hem full near til.
track and the nrU'iles and veins of the
throat wore severed by some piojoc
lion of the passing car Ills hod was
not otherwise sexoielv lirulsed.
Deputy Sheriff IVrnnndpz eallu-d .11
Jury and after some del i.vs tho In-
iiuest was held, nil the witnesses helmj
present it was clearl) an accidental
Nothing to Smith.
Sicieluu w () Smith of the Plant
cis ssorallnn stated this morning
(Continued on Page 4)
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