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B KNINfi nULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It.. THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1909.
FIRST AUTHENTIC PHOTOGRAPH
OF MYSTERIOUS LONDON SUICIDE
THOUSANDS LEARN OF HAWAII
K9Mt., i, T"r' i
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Reduced from $27.60 to $18.00
Related from $37.50 to $22.50
Edited from $30.00 to $18.50
Reduced from $27.50 to $17.00
Reduced from $27.50 to $18.00
Sale begins Monda- morning;, July 10th.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION. JUNE 35, 1009.
Cat,h on hand an, Mil li.mk ..J C9.C79.G2
Stocks and other lucst-
ments ... 38,479.19
.Mortgages secured by real
estate '..,'., M7.057.50
l.oanH, demand and time .. 223,922.49
Kiirnltiiru'nnd nxtures 8,507.32
Accrued Interest receivable. 2.441.08
Other assets 14,528.32
Territory of Hawaii, City and County
I, A, N. Campbell, Treasurer or the Henry Wnlerhoiise Trust Co., Ltd., do
solemnly swear that tint above stutement Is true to the best of my knowledge
A. N. CAMPIIELL, Treasurer.
Subscribed and swoin to beforo me Ibis 30th day of Juno, 1909. '
4351 July 1, 16, 29. Notary Public Klrat Judicial Circuit.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30, 1909..
Cash on hand and In
Ilonds ....... x 4,507.00
Loans secured by mort
gage on real estate... 13.C7C.07
Loans demand and time 42.818.8C
Furniture and fixtures,. 9,439.10
Heal estnto office build"-
ing and site 26,080.03
Accrued Interest receiv
Assets other than those
specified above 2,945.08
City and County of Honolulu, Territory
I, Jas. L. Cockburn, Treasurer of the WUhop Trust Company, Limited, do
Folemtily sweur that the abovo statement Is true to the best of my know!
i dgo and licllef. ,
JAS. L. COCKnUUN. Treasurer.
Subscilbed and sworn to beforo mo this 30th day of Juno, 1909.
J. HARMS MACKENZIE,
43!;,:lt Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
Bishop & Co., Bankers
8. M. DAMON.
BALANCE 8HEET AS
Cash $ 948,900.35
Due from Hanks and llaulc
Donds, Stocks and Invest'
Loans, Discounts and Oter
drafts .,..., 3,212,002.54
Ileal Kstatu and Dank Fur
OthorAst,ets ,,, 1CO.248.05
Honolulu, Juno 30, 1909.
I, Allen W. T. Hottomloy do solemnly swoar that tho foregoing balance
slrcot repre soul's a I ruu and correct statement of tho ntTalrs of tho Hanking
4IIouso or DIshop anil Company as at June 30th, 1909, to tho best at my
liuowledgu and belief.
L. .', ,1. ' ALLEN V. T, BOTTOMLEY.
Subscribed unit sworn lo beforo inu
' , ,. j,
A.Lk 4 j.u Jfi3
. $37.50 to $22.60
$30.00 to $19.00
SUV, paid In.. ' $100,000.00
liability .... 10il.000.00
Undivided profits 29.C99.04
Trust apd agency accounts. 2:2,181.02
Other liabilities .....' 894.80
Trust Co., Ltd.
Paid In .....
liability .... 38,500.00
Undivided profits 16,554.40
Trijst and agency balances. 115,175.09
A. W.T. UOTTOMLEY.
AT JUNE 30, 1909.
Capital and Surplus $ 937,526.72
Due to Hanks ami Uuukers 14,302.08
this 3oth day of Juno, 1909.
J. HAltlUS MACKENZIE,
'AihANotaryinibllo, First Judicial Circuit.
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Alary Agnes Hulz. the beautiful American woman who killed herself
In a fashionable up.iitmcnt In London and whose name was connected
with that of Altrod 0. Vuu Icibllt nun born In St. Louis In 1873, her
father's name being O'llilen. She .was the wife of u Cuban diplomat
named Utile when she met Viindcibilt In New Yoik City a Tew years
ago, Later she occupied luxurious apartments In New York City and
still later n magnificent country house nt Tort Chester. At the time of
her death she was living In luxury In (Irosvonor street, London. Tho ex
tiuordlnnry effoils to suppress tho facts relative to her death were
brought lo the attention of tho llrlt.sh parliament, wheic a member de
clined that the mjBtcry was sitr-rounded by u wall of American gold.
I'AKIS, June' 28. Antonio A.
Unix, the former lmshmul of, Mrs.
Mary Agnes Hulz, who rcently kill
ed herself In London, made n very
plain rtitcment to tho World corre
spondent toduy, Ruiz, one n diplo
mat In the scrvlco or his country,
Cuba, did not mince words nor try to
hide his feelings.
He said emphatically that he holds
AUrcd O. yandcrhllt responslblo for
his marital unhapplness nnd attrib
utes the death of the woman he di
vorced to her unhapnv association
with tho young New York mllllon
alic. "Heretoore I have refused to talk
to the newspapers,'" Mr. Ruiz ex
plained, "but, ns you have discovered
my residence here. I ncccpt tho op
portunity to make n clear statement,
tho first I hnve made publicly, about
this series of unfortunate events.
"Although I divorced Mrs. Hulz, I
hnve never fogotten that she was
onco my wird. and I nm Inxursln1v
grieved that she was brought to
such an end by that man."
"What man?" bluntly nsked tho
, "I mean Vnnderhllt, Alfred
Qwynne Vandcrbllt," exclaimed Ruiz
"Did you natflo" Mr. Vandcrbllt as
co-respondent In your suit, for di
orco?" , - '
Not. Necessary, to Name Him. .
"Ik W.B .in. 1.,nABa .... .. nAnt.,
tho ntimo of tho corespondent," an
swered the Cuban, who is himself
wealthy. "Vnndeibllt was the man
meant, nnd everybody knew It. His
wife had divorced him n fow months
before my suit was heard. There
was no dlfllculty In getting evidence
lo provo my case. Tho janitor and
elevator boy ot the New York apart
ment where Mrs. Ruiz resided testi
fied that Vandcrbllt visited her con
stantly during the two years after
I separated from her.
"And, according to the testimony,"
addeJ Ruiz snccrlngly, "this youth
ful Croesus Is not tho most generous
man on earth. The Janitor and the
plovator boy testified that during
In addition to regular moving
ENTIRE NEW PBOORAM. ChamVof program three times a
TWO SHOWS DAILY, week Monday, Wednesday and Fri
Admission lOfc, 15c, 25c day.
OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE.'
Bulletin Business Office Phone 2S8. 1
uuuciin Aunoriajvooin fpone 183.
those two j ears Vanderhllt tipped
them only $7: to the Janitor he gave'
$5; to the boy $2."
"Have you ocr met Mr. Vnnder
hllt," the correspondent Inquired.
"Once, befnio I married tho wom
an for whoso death ho was responsi
ble" "Whnt would you ilo If ou met
"Nothing," said Ruiz. "Whnt
could I do. I had put her away; she
was not my wife when she ended her
life." , -
"Where iMil Mrs. Ruiz meet Mr.
"I do not lennw. Certainly not In
Central Pink', New Yoik, as has been
stated. Although after they met
they often rodo together and drovo
in the 'park'
"To what vmotlo do you ascribe
Sacrificed Everything in Vain.
"I (Irmly bellcvo sho was driven to
kill herself by the neglect of this
selfish man, Vandcrbllt," responded
Ruiz, maintaining calmness only
with ctTort. "Ha tired of her; the
unhappy woman realized only then
what she had done; she Baw she had
sacrificed her good name, her honor
everything. In vnln. She wns of
a most effcrtlonote disposition, Sho
wns spoiled. To her a man's undi
vided attention, his praises, flattery,
If you please, wero essential. Sho
bad n most lovable character In many
respects. She could not stand Indif
ference, neglect, .cruelty. Often she
"Her father committed suicide,
ahd with n pistol, too. Whenever
she wns unhappy her thoughts
dwelt morbldy on his death.
"I nm convinced that It was in
such a mood, caused by tho desertion
of tho man who had ruined her life,
that she shot herself."
Mr. Ruiz repeated what has been
told In these dispatches, that at first
he doubted that the woman, around
whoso death bo much mystery was
thrown, was his former wife. Hut
ho sent agents to London and they
made certnln of her ldontlty.
New Feature Film,
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Open Air Theater
Fort Street Below Beretanta,
"THE WOLF HUNT."
Other films will be shown and a
food musical nroeram rendered.
A(itnlinn tn.nj ik '(,,
Cliilhcii ........ .5 cents
PW'f-or Rent" cards on sals Ti
'" Bulletin otrict.
Our Products And
"Hawaii Is mailing iin Impression
tluough 111 exhibit at Seattle that
unust certainly mean much to nor in
the future. The Hawaiian Iliilldlng
Is easily one of tha must attractive
of uny in the exposition, and nt the
same time IU ntlrncllvcnes li of ii,
character that is illg ill lied and In
structs e. No one can come hcie
and leave without lie lug In sonin
measure cnllghlcned with regard to
Hawaii; and no uno can see and
j In Ik with theie young women yuii
hiae hei't' wilhiiut' being Imputed
favorably." f " ,
) vThe above italeiucnt was ninilo u
day or two ngu by (leoigu W. I.eur,
i,rf.ul,i..ni ,,r il,,. !,,, i.i.- aiio
! Hunk of Seattle, during n visit, to tiro
Hawaiian building. Mr. l-ear con-
fessed that he knew very little about
the Territory of Hawaii hut stated
that his Impressions hail experienced
almost n complete revcrsnl during
the short time he had been in tho ex-
hlblt. He commented at length on
the evidences of advancement whlclV
were to be seen, but seemed most Im-
pressd with th represenlntlvs'from'
the islands In the personal of tho
young ladles who play the part of
iosteses for the islands and the
members of Knai's orchestra.
"People here have been in tho
habit of confusing Hawaii with the
Philippines and the South Sea Is
lands, und Its people with savages or
barbarians of higher or lower de
gree; luit no one inarks tho dignified
bearing nnd'' intelligent courtesy' of
your peoplu without n shock 6f en
llghtmcnt." Mr. Lear stated that he would In
(all probability pay the Islands a
visit during 'the coming winter. Ho
has been In the habit of going to
Southern California during tho win
ter season, but thinks ho would en
Joy a trip to tho Paradise of the Pa
cific, as an "experiment nt least.
W. J. C.
ISLANDS MAY HAVE
A conference wns held yesterday
between Governor Frcar and A. W.
Perclstrous regarding the Importa
tion of n Russian colony Into the Is
lands, PcrelstroiiB Is n famous con
tractor In Russia and Siberia, hav
ing built the Port Artlinr dry docks
and supplying labor for the trans
, Tho late James Low, brother-ln-la
wur Captain Matson and former
manager or the Alea Plantation, was
the first man to suggest tho scheme,
having spoken to Perclstrous two
yeujs ago at Vladlvostock.
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
Corner Maunakea and Pauahi streets
Sensational Trick Cyclists.
Extraordinary Head Balancers and
Wirewalker and Tumbler.
Riding in a Cage Upon Perfectly
LATEST MOVING PICTURES.
.lflc, 25c, 50o and 75o
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPEHLENED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all oupold cus.
tomcrs come back,:
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'iSfe-li! .... . -if fiJA,'.,fi.."Jlt't
No pxsIIIoii over built Ins presc
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ll !,,c,,enl "' hl'"l " '
'uk 'i ' " wi-mmoii.
1 8,,nkon Hardens through which rush tho waters of tho Cascades aio
a m:l8 "r ,,Ioonilng roses and pansleu, and the staliny buildings adjoining
"i "i"lo n picture or wondrous boruty. From the flrnt opening or (ho
B',U'S '" oarly m"rnl"B l""" ' t night.' the Court of Honor Is nuver do-
Eerled; representatives of every nation under the sun pim niiuugli Its
'",rnil:'K wolks. un.l If one Is looking tor a visiting filend. here Is wheiu Im
ls l" '"' fom"1'
Tll Cm,rt 1,r "''""r and all plains anil parts of the oxporlllon aro j len-
llr,ll,' supplied with comfortable seats, ntul tho seeral nmrle, stands scat-
"-"" """'" '"" "U'activu places
Polo Match Faxed
For Saturday , Week
It was Anally decided yesterday that
the polo match' between OaIiu and
the Fifth Cavulry will bo played on
Saturday week, hut tho ground on,
which Mismatch Is to bo fought out
on has not yet been settled. '
Most peoplo favor Moanalua. as tho
nolo field Is near to town, und easy
or ncccsS, nnd It Is to be hoped that
the committee, will ngreo to playing
tho gftino there.
There was a polo practice yesterday
afternoon ut Moanalua, und tho form
shown by the plajer's was first claRs.
The field was still n llttlo moist, but
should bo In fine trim, if no more rain
falls, by tho date set for tho match.
A dato for the inter-Island polo
tournament has not yet been settled,
but' as soun ns Maul and Kauai are
henrd from n movo will be mad? to fix
things up to suit all tho teams. It will
be remembered that tho first game
between the Fifth Cavulry and the
Oahu team resulted In a win for thu
latter, by a score of 9 to 0. For the
next match the Army officers ha
been practicing hard, and they ore ex
pected to put up a much better gumo
than they did last month.
Tho Honolulu team will be tho same
as played before and they, too, have
Improved a lot. The match on Satur
day week should bo one of the besc
seen In these Islands for Borne time
and. If played at Moanalua, should at
tract a hugo crowd of siectators.
It B U
Flynn And Papke In
Ten Round Draw
LOS'ANOELES, July 14. Billy
Papke'and Jim Flynn fought ten
rounds here last night. No decision
was rendered, but Papke had .tho
best of It all the way through.
From the above cable It appears
that Papke ran up against another
snag shortly aftor he was defeated
by Kotchell, Jim Flynn has been In
the limelight by a boxer for some
nine years or so, nnd has been up
against some good ones, too.
Flynn had a match with Tommy
Dtirns way back In 1906 und lasted
fifteen rounds beforo being knocked
out. Ho fought Twin Sullivan 'three
times, winning twice nnd drawing
the third fight.
He also knocked out Dave Harry,
who Is well known to tho local fans,
and then later on run up ugnlnst
Jack Johnson, who put him to sleep
In the elovonth round.
Although no decision was given In
the latest fight, It appears from tho
cable that Flynn had the better of
the match nnd that Papke could not
get a decision over him. Flynn. will
now probably want to havo n go at
Stanley Kotchell nnd should bo ahlo
to make that gentleman extend him
self. Additional Sports on Page 7
APPOINTMENT I1Y TAFT,
Washington, July 8, President Taft
today nominated Fred II. Abbott of
Nebraska to l.o n..i. "
of Indian affairs
,U.-ran a",rs- . ,
iitisl fo tiPiuil'iil renlrnl fiMlure as
i. .... ... .. ...
mn amxk.i-1 UKiniTUPiiic Kxpnsll on.
B't liilr. anil Is the g.uat gathering and
Honolulu Tennis Men
Play Maui August 14
It lias boon decide I by tho Puunene
HUlhorltcs lo hold their Harvest Hilino
Festival, Including the Onhullnul Ton.
nls tournament, on August 14 Instead
f August 12. ,
wns also decided to take a le-
'plto from the strenuous tennis match
"luring tho hout of the duy (from II
to 2 o'clock), and white the racket
wlelders are resting a baseball g.imo
will bo pulled on.
Piiuncno will put a comparatively
weak team Into the Held, u four of
their best men'wlll ba awjy from Maul
when tho Honolulu plui'is reach that
Island. Savage. Searby, Collins and
Krumbhanr, will not bo available, for
tho match, and as thu first riud last
named me, without doubt, tho strong
est pair on Maul, the team ns a whole
will bo handicapped a lot by tliolr'uli.
However, tho seven palr Hint havo
been selected look fairly strong, and
tho Honolulu team will havo no oany
time on the Puuneno courts when they
meet the' dower of Maul.
Secietary Shoemaker has forwarded
tho list of players' names who will do
battle for, Maul and they nro as fol
lows: P. F. Qaldwlu and J. II. Thom
son, D. C. Lindsay and Rev. II I). Tur
ner, F. 'P. Itosccrnnsanil J, Mollor, A.
M. Nowell and Myers, Den Williams
and A. Taylor, William Walsh and Wil
liam tougher, H. U, Weller und V,, K.
Foster. The last named lair may not
bo nblo to ploy nB Foster Is uncertain
ns to whether he will bo ahlo to'ttiru
out or not.
Now thut tho Maul toams aro known,
the local pairs to meet them will bo
arranged, nnd Mr. Dockin will attend
to that matter. Ho will also decl lo
about tho method of scoring, and It Is
likely that It will bo done In tho eanw
manner as last year,
A danco will, or course, be given at
the Pimncnu Club Iloumi ami it, no
doubt, ,wll bo ns enjoyable as all thu
others havo been In tho past.
It It It
In 'Varsity Race
As was announced by cable Bomo
llttlo time ago, the Met or tho two
Wlthlngton boys' being mombors of
the victorious Harvard crew has
been congflrmed by the mainland
Lotluop rowed number fivo, anil
his brother P,mi ,,.i.. ii' ...,
. both men showed tho best or' form
rrgru through tho raco. Harvard
won by 'six lengths after taking tho
lead nt the Btait and holding It all
The official record was; Half mile,
Harvard 2;2CYalo 2:27; mile, Hnr.
vard D:10, Yale 5:12; two mtu.
Harvard 10:40, Yule 10:18; three
miles, Harvard 10;io, Yalo 10:20;
four miles, Harvard 21:50. Ynla
In tho past five years Harvard has
won on three occasions, 1900, 100S,
1900, and Yale twice in 1805 nnd
1907, Harvard rowod Cambridge In
1900 nnd was defeated, hut tt Ih
probable, Hint another rnce will talto
"""",0. v""u '" race w
n nin iimiiaaii l. . .
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