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VOL. XI NO. 4350.
30 PAQES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SUIT FOR MILLIONS AGAINST STANDARD OIL
Cnse Looks Black For Rioters -
Attempt By Lijrl-itfoot To Im
pcuch Witness' Vericity--Says
Mob "Howled Like Pack of
Up to the present time Cugeno M.'
Scovlllc hat been the only witness
called In the riot ease. He ha graph
Ically described the riot at Walpahu,
the arrest of JoUro Mlkawa, the lead
er, his Imprisonment with Officer Wills
In the house by the crowd, the threats
made by Mlauchl and others to com
pel them to release the prisoner. De
fore he left the stand at noon Llflht
foot attacked his veracity as to state
ments made relative to the stones
and sticks thrown by the crowd, but
the Court did not see sufficient reason
to object to the manner In which Sco
vllle told his story.
Mr. Stoiillo took tint witness stand
again (IiIh morning, whin tho riot Irliil
piou-idid before Judge Itobliison.
Atloruo) l.lghtfool tiMik lliu wllnobs
for the defense, lliu llrsl tiuestlon
"Ale j on huh' o '"''I lm "" Hi'1'
lotpptlicd when ciii wore In the ollUo
of the Illghir Wngu AhmicIiiiIiiii?"
Wllniss. "I llilnk I dlil."
I.lK'.itfnnf "Th" lniinw In lln
Inner olliiu made no ilcnmiiHl nil Ion
did the) 7" t
Witness: "Well, the) milil If wo
tin nod lliu prlKonoi looro u could go,
ir nu didn't, I understood wo (oulil
l.lKliirool. "Who milil this lo Jim?"
"Witness "It wiin MlaiK hi "
l.lRlilfnof ' Ho illil mil speak In a
ihioalonliig ininnoi, hut simply told
jiiii on nit mini of llio (mud oiilsldo
th.il w is mien II uoulil not lie hunt
fur j on lo go out '
WilllOSh "Nut nl nil. Ilo nc toil
ciwk) nnd nuhl llinl lfwo dlil not lot
l!ic prisoner co, there would ho pill
l.lRhtfnof "What look plnio In tlio
luiii'i i cm in 1 7
Wltnons. "I'hoy Ihio.iloiiul mill lliu
pllHDIHI got lip lit Olio HlllO III OKI' I pU.
I lliolltlll -"
l.lshlfool "Wo ilon I (.no whit )ou
lliiik Wlmt iiilu.illy IuiihioiioiI"
Witness, "Two or Ihioo .liip.iui'Ko
Di'i.iin lo lullt lo lliu prisoner mid I
loll Ollltci WIIIh I o nxk tliolii to Mop
sis II looked iih If the) "I'le hatching
n plol lo 1,1 'I nwu) "
I Iglltfool "AlO Oil HUM1 Mill ll'IM'
lohl nil t tint linppcnoii in this room?"
Witness "Vch, I ll'.ll"
I.lglittoot: "1.oI'k moo . riiKt wo
Imio otir hlnloiuont iig.irdlng lliu
lighting of llio lumps "
Kltiuoy protested: "There Is no
uso going (nor nil thin again II lit
pint of lliu riciml "
l.lghtfnot: "Will llio witness bus
ni.ido.xii ninny cnntrndlelor) statu
inoiitH Hint I wanted to gil nt lliu ni.it
Kinney. "I don't llilnk n witness
os or wont Hlinugli n crnrs-etuuilmitlnn
or Hint )on not lessor moiu out of."
'"Hint In jour opinion," rotoilod
"Well Mill li,iM cxpii'sscd jourH I
will gle inlnu," loplloil Kinney.
I.iiloi Mr. SeoUllu U ulllli-il Hint llio
crowd outside gave out .lulls of rage,
innl kept ii u gloat ion."
"The) sounded llko u lot of cojoIoh,"
said tit in I Mo.
l.lghtfool: "You look your prisoner
In mi miliiiunhlle."
Wltntss: "I did not. Olllccr Wills
turned Hint oMi' to tliu High Slit riff"
l.lKlilfoot: "How iiinii people wcr
in tin trovvil "
Witness: ! couM not lull It wus
l.lKlilfoot' 'I litre inlulit Iiiim. hem
Clio moro or Ions."
WIIIH'hh: "Tliere mlKlil."
I.lulitroot. ".Ml. Kliiuu) whk lliure
llinl Mill lohl lit sit uei)lliliiK"
Wllnt'RM. "Not nt Hint time"
LlKlilfoot "Did ou not till HIT)
HilliU Hint liuppouoil?'
WltuoHK "No, I dlil not ko in "innl
KliiHitlui; oft in) mouth 'I ho in.iiiiiKei
innl otlioiH wore In the olllo mi I ue
tnlktil It .nt I '
l.lKhlfoot "Illil ou lilentlf) mi) of
llioxo men lo Mr Klniinj ?"
WHuokh- "I piinl(.d mil I'lii-lilno,
uhuiuo of Hit nit u In the riot "
l.lKliirool. 'Who nun llio lll'll on
the iiuIhKIHh iio.ii llio KplllueiK?'
WIlncHi "Ktinnkuiiii "
I Ifditfoot "You ean'l point mil mi)
flit I tli.it ilooH not elion hu .i.t ti)lnt;
In illBperau llio oioftd."
WltnoMH "I li.no told iiml know
l.llilitfool. ' I'lli'lillio )on did not
He lilni ilollli! mDtlilllK-'"
(Continued on Pai;e 4)
Work For Tariff
A prh.ite letter from WimliliiRtou
KtuloH Hint there Ik cry ltillo Interest
In the Iluwnll utrlko Kltimtion in (ini
tial ituirlerx of tlio capital, cither
niiioiiK the tilllcers of our own pivern
mint or nt Hie .liip.iniitu l-oRatlon,
AmlniKsadur Tiiknliim In a Ktutcmenl
YALE ! !
Ynlo 4, Harvard 0
l TIiIk Is the score of the baseball
Fnpmor'Pnlitifian Onmlna Rnnm today which ,i v Cooko nt
O tended nnd liriam
Back As Deputy
Uirrin AtidrottB will he Deputy At
torney (leneral of I law nil While no
formal ntuioiiiicimont hiw been mudu
by Attorney delict ul llemein.'iij of the
nppolntinvtit, It! wan Intimated by lilm
that Mich action Ib beliiE counlilered hi
ills otneu. Mr. AndruHH uax foimcrlv
I ended nnd lictnmc so
over the victory of Old
nil that tin
tabled to tila friends nt home Mr
Cooke is In New Ilaicn to attend n
class reunion He rcpurtB IiuIiik
tlio time of his life
to the Associated Press oien expresses Attorney (leneral. The San viiiiicIkc)
(ho ilonht Hint tlio local affair will een Call, In n dlHpntcli from Ueno, .'oada,
receive mine than passing ntteiitioti In! mentions Andrew h, who Is tlofcnilltiK n
You can get
Nowndays in a ready-to-wear suit
of clothes mndc by expert tailors
than yon can in custom-made clothes
put together by mediocre tailors,
And you can get more satisfaction
ir.idy-tn-wcnr suit Hum in uny
The Kash Co.,
Cor. I'oit and Hotel Sts.
- t l 'jfc ioi
vi; i' ' '$
man In u murder cisu Hieio, as tlio
On the morning of the 17th Congress
mail Murdock Hindu a statcincnt In I Hawaii
leiidcd lo Inllueiico tlio public nK.iliiHt "1 h.ue not resU'iicil )ol" l.ini',l:eil
tlio protection Klen llio miRar ImPiR- Mr ilemeiiwny, wlu-ii th. iiiiitU,' wan
try, hut it did not meet with fnwir leferretl to lilm "No mich upHiliitim nt
ntuotiK the iiieinbers of Ctuiniess who has been made, but thou- mlKlit hu
Tenders for the construction ot
llonimpo wharf were tills noon open
ed by tlio Hoard of Public Works as
follows: John Oudcrklrk, $10,300;
Attorneys j To Occupy.
ST PETERSBURG June 30. It
is announced today that the occupa-
know the situation In the Islands.
A Cabinet nfllcvr made tlio state
ment that the Hawaiian situation had
noier been mentioned in lliu Cabinet
meetings. The local trouble Is prin
cipal!) dangerous In the opinion tit I
Washington i lends because of the ef
fect It inn) hao on tariff legislation
mid enable the enemies of tliu Islaiulii
to point to tho fuel that there am
man) Japanese here who tire practical
ly riclWiiK Industrial protection from crnlly" shol to de.ilh by her. dopraod
tho IV'dernl Kotuiuucnt nnd semilog mid brutal liusl,ud nu March 9 last
the surplus home. The principal In-lwero t elated tills morning li different
Jur) dono b) llio agitation Is to tlio witnesses for the prosecution, two ol
Jnp'incso laborers who would bo Hid j the witnesses liming watched the tiw.
first to under if lliero Is uny mix up In fill crlmu from n spot near by.
the tariff legislation. j Cie.it progress 723 made with Hi"
' , j trial loila), a Jury baling been secuieil
QTRIKFB THBPATCIMQ ,l",t "lsllt' '""' ,,lt 1,y Ul ,h0 h,u,o'b
uiniliLll I nilLA I CnO "orne)s lire we.ulng u nel mound
the accused man Petty sat ipiletl)
Kmuaiio Kouo, n member of the uml with no show of emotion
Higher Wage AssocLitton, wm, airesl-l Uirrln AtnlruwH, Just appointed at-
(d nt Punulim )osleiil.i on a chargo torne) general of Hawaii, Is defending
of thrcat'-iilng to kill two .lan.incso the murderer Tlio defense Is lusanlti
who expressed tin Ir determination to known as sadism, ami is Hie first case
go hack In woik on n-toiil where siith ilLfense Is Inter
Kamiiuo Is repnrttil to bo a t) pleat l"Kcd
newly npi-olntcd Altome) Uentinl of Concrete Construction Company, $9,
zk ; i.. ,ii. Whitcnotise, iu,u&, una
II. Do 1-Ylcs, 19.37C. Tor material
but one bid was submitted, from tlio
Hawaiian Iron Works, $1,200.
Tor the new animal hnuso ot the
Ilui can of forestry and Agriculture,
tho following bids were rccelnl
and opened: II. Do Fries, JGG0; J.
Oudcrklrk, 1673. W. (1. Chalmers,
$460; C. T. Green, $G83; O. Kanu
monn, jriir.; K llcrtlcnian, $390,
and J, Lewis, Y$400.
A number of bids wero rc(elved
and opened for the construction of
Knlwlki road, but the figures will
have to be segregated before being
something In tho fiituie on Hie mat
ter." Tho Call urtlile Is as follows1
The Call of the 2lth publishes tliu
following Interesting Information
NIJW ATTOHNKY oi:.i;rtAi.
Andrews of Hawaii Appears at llcno
Ileno, Nov., Juno 1!3. All the shock
lug nnd rooltlng di tails of tlio awful
tragedy In wbkh-.Mis. Petty was lit-
striker and Is said to have used some
mm) strong ihicats to the would he
workers lie ii.ih lirought in to the
(U Jill, nml the wlttiLsses In Hie ease
hliimlil nrrlvo In town this aftorniKiii
DELUNGPRE ON HAWAII!
5! "I lino ni) beautiful home in U
l.os Augelos, hut If ever I mil tt
t: liilitn nit k again I will dispose of ti
H llio wholo place and return to I In- t!
:t noliilii, nml there Hpend Hie rest tt
Jt of ni) life Tor mo tho rllm ttc is tt
tt perf( 1 1 uml I am going tin ro of- tt
ton mi) w ii). If onl) to get a few tt
K moro dips In Hint clear, waini tt
ut( r nt W.tlklkl heaeh " Paul ::
tt iU' Unigpre In San I'iiiiicIsco Cull tt
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Bulletin Business Office Phont 250.
Mnllptlii KHitnnol Room Phone 18i.
the Supremo Court of the District tlon of leiieran, tile caintai oi rer-
set aside the Judgment of Dr ling- ua, by llussian iorccs is posjiuic.
Ilsh against tho (uccn, and the iit
toruos learned the exatl state of
affairs, they have withdrawn fiom
An order lias been made b the
court that unless new counsel is se
cured and a replication made to the
plea of the Queen's nttorne)s by
Jul) 'JO. the case will bo dismissed
It is ilkcl) that the whole thing will
be wound up by that time
' Oil Again
Ooernor Kroar lias Just recehul ,i
letter from IVdoral Judgo-elect Wood
ruff, wiltten Just prior to confirmation
of bis now appointment Tho letter
did not state definitely when Mr W.v d
ruff would arrive, but fi-im the fact
Land Commissioner Pratt nfit r llw
and a half ) cars' faithful servlo In tin
Territorial Department of Pun'
Lands, tt lay lais down (hi reins to In
taken iiv b) M.irston Campbell Mi
LOUISVILLE Kv. June 30 At
lorney General Jackson has filed
the United btatcs tuurt nn injunc
tion to restrain the operations of tho
Standard Oil Company in that state,
Pratt wh t.iko oer mo iiustness or nnj 0 compel payment of the eleven
Hie Ult) .Mieiton uonipmi), in which
be Is prlndp.il owner, uml will branch
out Into a general miction and real es
"I halo tried In do my best nl nil
stages id llio game," said Mr Pratt to
da), "and I go out with n clean slalt
Jly books hnu alwais hetn clean uml
0H'ii to Inspection, and I bale nlas
used ni) Just Juilgintnl In handling af
fairs of the nl're I came Into tills of
million dollars in penalties for vio
lating the Mississippi anti-trust law.
l, ,,,,! ,.. Vnln l,rr,, l, ...II, ..1 II U "" """ t.siauiisvil n s,sieui uuii null wiui ji.aii.iunT a
l-osslblo he will not bo hero until tho
Enuland. June 30.
!,. Inli'ii.led In ..llen.l n meoltnir .i his '" " '""" """h" "-,u '" " """ ",,,RK ' i": aK-"- "'". "' -"'
mlddl of July
Wc have some very attract
ive sites on our "For Sale"
lists which are worth your
time and attention to inves
tigate. Are you looking for a con
venient office? There are no
better ofirco buildings than
the Boston and the Judd,
Real Estate Department.
Manchuria Watched In
San Francisco For
When t'.o P M. S H Manchuria
sailed from San I'ranclsto on Hie 2!t!i
of this month she was caieful'i
seurclud for 1 nn Sing, the supiiosi'l
murderer of l'lslo Slgel In Now Yoik.
Up to the last minute of her sailing
for tho Oik'iil Hie San rranclsc. s
ll(e, in Hug on Information supplied
them, took llio utmost pri cautions that
the siispettid Chinaman mlgli' not es
rape justice l reaching tho trinkliM
society of China As a result Slug It
still supposed to ho In San I'Vnnclsto
He was known to be In New Oi
loans and to halo left there on the
Southern Pacific, prcHiimubli fin tho
coast illy Ho Is said to bo n membei
of the Hop Slug Tung mid tlio Chinese
freemasons and Is also sup'niseil to
bo receiving powerlul piotctHdi
Tlio San l'lanrln'ii ofllcors sathiflol
Ihomsolies that the murderer did not
leaio on tho Manchuria, as she was
given a most thorough straining All
vessels headed this way from that port
will he careful!) watched for lilm, lo
sto Clilnoti) cunning does not release
lilm from tho penalty of tliu law Ho
Is i or) much wanted man In Now
York mid the cnllio pollto force of llio
country are making tho greatest efforts
that he does mil gtt nw i)
LETTER AND PARCEL DELIVERY
WIRELESS FROM TOE
plntid eieo thing in good shape" i have lien released without bail,
Mr P all sa)H Hiiro will bo no groat pending their henrmss. the dates of
c' i? in iiii lu tin o'fiee force iiie-ird which have been postponed
lin. lo the Information lie as ret tiled I "' '
fiom Mr Campliell One of Hie ilerks TIT TAKES PART IN YAI r.
will probubl) be dispensed with, a COMMENCEMENT EXI.RCISES.
under the new nriaugemeut. Ihere will
bo less mono) to carry on the depirl
incut IIihii formerly
tt The following wireless was re tt
tt celled last night from the All tt
tt medu by'W G Irwin A. Co, gen tt
tt oral agents for Hie Oceanic tt
tt Steamship Co : tt
tt I.'lght p. m. All veil fine ti
tt weather 876 miles 1170 tons cur- tt
tt go 61 cabin 77 steerage 101 sacks tt
it mall and Wells Kargo Hxpiess tt
tt Diamond Head about 7 '30 n in tt i
tt Kililay" tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt .. tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
The American Hawaiian Compaii) is
Rending the following notices to pat
rons "The next sailing from Han
riunilico to Honolulu will be Hie
steamer Columbian nn Jul) lOili The
next sailing from Seattle for Honolulu
will ho the Pleiades on the Stb, fol
lowed hj llio Texan on Jul) 22"
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat
the Lurline, July 2.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15
The following soccer pluM'rs will
make the trip to llllo, leaving on tlm
Manna Keu on S.ituula) next Per-
"" inindrz, (Jrelg, DliMnsont II imtl It
Will be clllllKw"rl'. Siolt. Zelgler
Dwlght, Desha, llrown, Mit'nuley
' 'mitt Norton This (omblnntlon
should make the Hllo team look to
18D editorial rooms 2.1(5 busl
nest office. Thete are tho telephoit
iumh-i n RutUtln ntfr
Gold and Silver
H0LL1STER DRUG CO.
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. J me 30.
President Taft today parte ipatcd in
the Yale commencement exercises.
ARTISANS ON STRIKE
P1TTSBUR0. Pa. June .10 Ten
thousand metal workers will mi out
on strike tonight owint; to the in
sistancc of employers for the open
CUMMINS OPENS DEBATE.
WASHINGTON, June HO. Sena
tor Cummins todny onrned the de
bate on the amendment to the tnriff
bill proposed by the President, pro
viding for a two per cent tax on cor
CAMBRIDflE, Muso, June 30.
Dr Eliot, for many years president
of Harvard University, who rcsiunctl
some time ago, has been made presi
dent emeritus by the overseers.
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185 editorial rot.ms 2,-(5 busl.
nets office. These are the telephono
numbers of the Bulletin office
THE 'PALM stands
for the best only
in all things to eat.
Hotel, ur. Union
Surpassing quality and inimitable
styles One pair sells another. The
new University last has just arrived.
Wc have them in patent kid and
vici kid oxfords
SHOE CO., LTD.
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