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EVn.NIN'a lUH.LUTJN. HONOLULU, T II.. TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1909.
the National IrrlRSitlmi emigres nt
After nil anollicr ninlch linn been ' Spokane, held conference Willi
made betveen .luck Cordoll mid Dick i Governor Frcar this morning and
Sullivan, und tin- two men will in I'll talked over matters which they will
oer n twenty live loimd course un I present nt the Congress. The dele
the nlghl nf August 11. I gates will nail on the Alameda to-
Jnrfc Scully h.u lieen trying nil ilw moriow
to get the men to agree to another
contest ami, after u lot of talk Su'll-
van agreed to mnhu 158 pounds nnd
Cordill decided In remain over lii -
Mend of le.ilng on the Alamedj. I
The men will box at the Star the'MMit other Important subjects relat
nte'r nnd It will lie a tlxtv mid luity'lng to the IntcrcslH of Hawaii. Gov
m.r cm nn-nir win or lose Sullivan ' ci nor Fienr said after the Interview
will retire from the boxing game mid
go Into h-o-lncss.
Kdllor Kv eu I ns Hull tin
U .Mr. Ctull Item It's Intel view repon
cd In you, l3iie or half part tluee the
"1lh, lust. Is correct, he does me an
Injustice by glvln It out to the public
my liidlireiencp In Ignoring the re
quei.1 maile of Me by the Merchants'
Acoilutlon to came b'-fotc thai b.i.ly
nnd I'onfer with llicni en the Tariff
bill mil oilier iiiatli'i'H atlectlug lla
wull au.l to use my Intliunce In Wash
ington 'the truth of the matter N tlut ir.rm
last Saiuilay afternoon I rccelwd a
letter fioiu Mr. V. F. Dllllngliam, vice-
piesiiluiit of tho Mel chants'
lion, Inviting fie to ho present nt IH"
hall of the association on Thursday, i
tho 2Snd .1.1 of July. 190U. to give a ,
5 or 10 minutes talk to the associa
tion upon lli tariff revision. It Is the
Hist it quest that I have ricclved from
the nt.surlutlon. nnd I regret very
much that I riccled the letter ton
late to ho of any service
I bold mjbelf In readiness at any
convenient time to confer Willi .ill per
mits and associations who desire my
roiiiihol In mallei a effecting our Inter
ists nt Washington, Mr. Hermit's ex
piesslon to the contrary r.otvvitlistuud
lnt;. Ills, lieindt's ststenie.it that he
hns lepeateilly made requests of me
to confer with his Merchants' ssocla
tlou and my lafiual to take any recog
nition of lh mutter Isrhsnlul"!' un
Yours erv truly
Ilcnoiii.n. July 20. X9
The last remnants of I lie Japanese
lopiilutlou that mo nvnl able i's bunds-
men are being nrougiit into court nut . f the play was not laid In Hawaii
all those that weio round today weie ( Territory but In n land where condl
only surety enough for ouu Ijiii.1. uIiiiib wcio exactly similar, and to re
two secouil-liaiul liiiiilture ileiilers
on Foil BtrcPt came before Judgo Do
Holt to glut bund for Kawakaml and
Fushino hut after their examination
tho couit decided that the security
wns too ioor for two bonds and Knwa
knml only got out,
Mlauchl was jesterday allowed to
go on his own rccogiilmnco by con
sent of Mr. Kinney mid Ihero now io
maliis Fushino to secure ball tor.
MOTHCR AND CHILD
fCnnti'rmpd from Pi 1)
and Immediately bolted. Careering
along King etieet the maddened ani
mal attracted much attention, but
great feais wcio eutei tallied for tho
occupantB, n mother nnd her two
little babies. Finally tho cab crash
cd Into the curb of the ground sur-
iniitiilttifr t li (i until ii tif nit. n fiml tfn a
' "" ' ' """"- " "
biouglit to a sudden stop. The
driver was thrown out of his sent to
the ground, his urm dislocated nnd
his face badly skinned.
Tlie occupants weie more foitu
nntp, for the frightened mother,
(hitching securely her four months
old child to her breast, inuuugcd lo
retain her place In tho hack, The
other child was not so fortunte, for
the lecclvcd a nasty cut under tho
j hln. The patiol was at onep sum
moned, and tho Ji Ivor and little girl
were leinoved to the Queen's Hos
pital in clmrgo of Officer Nobrlgn.
Tho niinio of the mother Is Mrs.
Mai la Kuncwpa.
Less than fifty Jnpinebe went out
on tho Muiiiii Ken today. Tho strlko '
lenders premised theio would bo threo
bundled und fifty.
C. 'Wi C'hnpmnu mid HeeU wero
each fined $.1 und costs for drunken
ness by Judge Andiudo In I'nllco
Jlqlletin Business- Oflke Phone 25(1
BuHfttin Editorial 1""n Phone 183
T-T BULLETIN ADS PAY
Forester llalnh Hoimer. James T.
'Tnjlor mill L. CI. Illnckninn, dole-
I gutes named to represent Hawaii nt
Supcilntendcnt Hosmer has been (
jullotted n prominent placo on t10 (
J program nnd will present the suli- j
Jcet of leclnmntlon work for nrld .
lands on the Islands, anil also lire
Hint he felt that the delegates would
do their best to accomplish results
for the Interests here, and that Mr.
Hosmer would make n strong pie
scntnllou of the needs of tho com
Expert Transla'or Proves
Ya uabie In Co.;-
Oklnama What Is It? It Is Jap
anese but not .liipauco ns used In Ju
lian because i'niftbMir V. Denning
..i,i i,.Mi-hi.K Piii-llcli llli'iiiliiiii nt
Seiull. Japan, did not know what It
.., ,.,,.. ,.., ,......., iere nni m, )la8
.. , . ,. j.1Ium,,. .,niijgu for 25
pears. Yet It appeared In iilnioht ev
cry article which appeared In the Jljl
which tended louaids Incensing the
plantation worlkeiB to stiiko.
The 1'iolOtFor was the pilnclpnl wit
ness eallel to the conspiracy trial this
nioiniug before Judge Do Dolt and he
testified lo making the translations
fioni the Japanese newspapers, upon
which ricteciitlug Attorney Kinney
founds his case. He said with refer
nice lo the word 'oklnama" that when
he found out the meaning of the word,
he put the translation of "sycophant"
upon It for decency's sake.
The reading of these denunciatory
article.) occupied most of the time atjuody and called for assistance as ho
today's session and some of them returned to tho shore. In company
Iweia of u mast disgraceful character
I mil moic or less of nn rrioneous na
ture well tended to decclvo uneducat
ed and Ignorant plantation workers
such as these men nre.
The inanagcrof the Shlnpo nlso tps.to get away from the odor, was the
tilled to the acting of a play at the
Japanese Theater, which mora than
teudel to Incite a strike. At tho com
mencement of the piny ono of the act
ios cuiiic out and stated that thu olot
fr.iln from violent language. That, the
play iiemonstrnted workmen being op.
piceseil nnd their every nctlon being
spied iiHii mid reported to the bosses
by treacbeioiis countrymen who wcio
a tittle better paid than thomsclvcs.
That tho audlenco became very excit
ed nt onu of the actors who Intperson
nted Bhelia and nroso ns one limn
with cries of "Kill Shoba," "Kill Sho
ba." Thai the audlenco were vory
violent. In their actions mid ho did not
attend the continuation of the play tho
following night. Maklno and his
friends wero there In tho press box
but did not uso lolent language.
There wns no cross-examination by
Shoba finished Ills 'testimony eaily
In thu day nftor re-dlrect examination
by Kinney. Nothing of lmportunco
wa brought out dining It but an oil-
. . .....
jecuon iiy i.ignuoot guvo Klunoy mi
onnorttinltv to entor om, r M, mn-.
Kinney thoieiiH)ii entered his nrgu
ment ami finally won his point, l.lnlil
loot piolestlng vigorously iiihju hav
ing to "show his hnnd," Ills hnuj
teemed to cimnUt of the suine cuds
that ho held In the i lot tilal, namely
pioteatntlcns of an migellc phuructc
of a cherubic temperament, and u light
to enter the Hosts of Heaven on u id
bated ticket. Ho objected to Kinney's
fiequeiit mention of thu miiiduiuus
condition of the strikers' hernia mid
said that as u nutter of fact Un !.
fondant!) did not have murder lit IIimIi
hearts nothing hut hymns and un
thems. W. O, Smith followed Shcba on tin
stand and testified only to tho cor-
lettness of the Interview with him
pilntcd by the Shinpo. It was n.eiely
corioboratlvo testimony but l.tghtroot
occasionally had to tumble hnckwanlr
oft of dangerous ground.
T.l.!.r'!!..',!:?",:,,",.,.s.,'.ir,r'll'u. ,,J,iw!' .kCe,,."".K ,,,orn," c"
nn iii-guinent oer clianglug the time
of thu niieiilng of the trial, sover.il of
tlie Juiors coming In latu. It will io
main at eight-thirty as usual, however,
as Hie Jurors could not ngieo on what
hour they did want.
IT ONCE AGAIN
"And we conic right In nnd we
turn nrountl nnd we ionic right out
! iigaln." (The inotto of the Atchcr-
ley family )
There seems to lie no end to the
legnl perambulations of the alleged
Insane doctor who was ordered to
the Insane asylum liy .Indge And
ladr. This morning they all np-
jpiiicil In Vhltiie' court with At
torney Hnrrlmn leading the proces
sion and looking exceedingly wor-
' rled nnd somewhat solemn. Atlor-
! t.oy-Goiicral llemcnwny nnd Mr.
I Mllvcrtun represpnted the common
M.op0 aKamt this' most uncommon
fnmlly The "family" entered a
lllot ( mVc the caBO set on tho
ciilctnlat- for n Jury trial .nnd Judge
Whitney looked scaled when lie saw
whnt he was up against and turned
tho case over to Judge ltoblnson,
who heard the habeas corpus peti
tion before and was used to the slow
music that nlwnys accompanies this
So the whole procession filed out
again nnd marched across to Itobln
urn's court room, with tearful Mrs.
Atcherlcy In Hie wake.
Hut tills time Judge Hoblnson
balked, When the motion was
made and llemenwny nnd Mllverton
made an oral motion In dismiss the
petition on the ground Hint the case
wfis not In the Jurisdiction of the
circuit eourt, llio court reserved
both motions to Hie Supreme Court
of Hip Territory, which will now try
and satisfy Dr. Atcherlcy's Inordi
nate craving for legal procedure.
Hurt (son ulso took his petition
for n wilt of habeas corpus to the
Supreme Court on appeal, nnd the
chances are that everybody In the
court will bo a lit subject for the
Insane asylum when the care Is fin
STILL A MYSTERY
Death from unknown causes was
the verdict of the Coroner's Jury at
the Inquest held by Counter Hose nt
thu Police ofllce lust night on tho body
of t.eo I'le, which was found floating
In the water near Knllhl by l'nulu Ku
lohl, a nutlvu tlshoimnu,
The latter was the principal wit
ness nnd testified to sailing nenr Mo
kuoea Island when he saw an object
noutlng Intho water. He observed,
on closer examination, that it was a
with I.ul I'oliva they placed u ropo
round the body and pulled It ashore.
Tlie body- wns In so great a state of
decomposition that they made no ex
amination. They wero only too glad
statement of witness. This evlildncu!
wjis corroiiorntcii uy i.iii rnuva.
Hum Yip, a boss rlco planter, tcsti
fled to Identifying tho body, by thu
teeth, which were very prominent and
nlso by the flour bag pants which de
ceased wns wearing. Stnted that hot
missed l.eo slnco Inst Wednesday j
ceiling at about fi:30 o'clock, as he
wns going to cut grass at tho water
side. That deceased was a single
man, 28 or "9 years of ago and was
born at Hung Me, China. To his
knowledge ho did not have nny en
emies but win good friends with ev
erybody. Other corroborntivo ovldeneo was
given and thu Jury brought In the ver
Tho Jury consisted of Hen Mann,
Geo. Kuhauplo, Jns., Williams, Chas.
Roynolds.'jno. C, Crowdcr and Jus.
NEW RIFLE SIGHTS
Shooting nt tho mlnluturo ruugo
of the N, 0, II, has been abandoned
for the season, und the sights havo
all been 'sent buck to headquarters
to bo oxclianged for the more up-to-date
ones now in use on the main
land. Although there was very little
difference In the sights used lieic'
and the ones used on tho mainland, I
It was thought bettor to get tho '
sorvlro slghtB, ns then everything
would bo uniform.
As moil as the new sights arrive
shooting will bo lesunied with the
22 bore rllle. Tho Winder target
will be used, and it Is said to bo the '
best In ohslencc t
(Continued from ttzt I)
I Imnnrt him on various occasions for
his conduct, Tim young naval Com
mander Is a Georgian by bit Hi, has
been In command of the doquols
about cloven months, although ho b is
cruised with her but n Mboit n-rlnil
luiiiEeii to no iniorvioweii on tlie ui'it-
tor, but when shown, thi i1Ihi itt li I
from Washington enM ho Ind iiolhlnrl
Jjy""For Sale" cardi at Bulletin.
5 Young and Attractive
Lady Singers 5
No Increase in Prices
The Famous Talking Pictures
THURSDAY. JULY 29.
Admission 10c and 20c
New Feature Film.
The Tale of a Harem
Change of precrara three times a
week Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day. The Park
Open Air Theater
Fort Street Below Beretrfnia.
Other filrrs will be shown and a
pood musical program rendered.
Admission 10 and 15 cents
Children 5 cents
OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE.
TtiE PACIFIC COAST
HEAL ESTATE CO.
Office 848 Kaahumanu Street, Oppo
site Postoffice, Honolulu. Tel. 400.
A reliable -office to do business
with. We make a specialty of car
ing for property, collecting rents,
renting lands, nnd houses for sale.
II yo uare leaving your property In
the hands of agents, try this office.
Wo peisonally,'looU after your In
tel cits. Hutots, icstaurauts, room
ing houses and 'business chances of
every description bought and sold
j nnd rnied for. Como In, get ac
quainted; you nre welcome.
FRANCIS B. MUNROE,
Formerly 'State St., lloston, Mass.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Levy's for Groceries
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST SEAR BETHEL
in Vuinlt-ir," MnttrMiM
. r... r.. tit i.:...i. -r vn -j
. and Hole! St. on site of old
F1IRN1TIIPE fcd i'
1T editorial rooms '2TA bui
nets bfflce. These are the telephone
numbers of the Oulletln office.
tt tt n tut m mm n u n it n j
I Recreations j
r xtnnnnunnnttttnnutin -
Y. M. I. SMOKER
AT ALUMNI HALL.
"Talk about your hard luck sto
ries. What shall I dot"
Why, get some of the Y. M. I.
members to tnke you to their smok
er, which comes oft nt Alumni Hall
next Wednesday evening, Immedi
ately after Initiation ceremonies nre
pan, say, about 8 o'clock. You re
member the luBt Bmoker they had?
Well, If you weren't there you miss
ed something good. So hunt up one
Of your friends who Is a member nnd
get In line this time. Don't think
the Y. M. I. boys nre slow; they're
not. And you are assured of a
bully good time.
One lingo success Is the only ver
dict to be pronounced on Joe Cohen's
venturo in vaudeville at the Orpheiim
theater. The house last night was
packed In every nook and cranuy, not
an available leat being left and u
number standing until the lire depart
ment made a kick und the sale of tick
etr. was stopped.
There wero three vaudeville nets In
ters)ersed with moving pictures,
which weie of a first class order. With
so great enthusiasm was each ono re
ceived that it would be difficult to
discriminate between them. Miss
Alert Morlser made n great hit with
her song "You're Just the Hoy for
Me," and all the young bloods, in od
dlllon to showering bouquets on the
ctagu wanted to Jump on the stage.
Frank Karl established himself ns a
favorite with monologue mid a coon
song, while Miss Vina McNeill, the
lady basso, earned n wcll-tnerlted en
core for her Illustrated song "Sho
was a grand old lady."
The latter art of the program was
taken up with burlesqiio In which
Charles Oro mid Frank Karl made n
hit with their comedy work and Miss
Moilse'r and McNeill wore called back
many times for their songs "Unlnbow"
nnd "Ilroneo Hosier."
SEVENTH WONDER OF WORLD.
Tho Actophone which will mnku Its
first appearance at the Gem Theater
on Thurcday, July 9, Is said to lie
the most marvelous Invention of the
present day, mid has boon exhibited
beforo all crowned heads of Europe
and to vnst enthusiastic audiences li
,the eastern states with unprecedented
success. The electric mechanical ite
vice presents the latest singing, speak
in? mid acting moving plcturyes In u
startling lifelike mur.ner and In per
feet unison of voice nnd action. It
will bring before jour eyes and to
your cars the latest Kitropenn anil
American hits In the hlstronlc world
and must bo seen to l.c fully realized
i' DANCINO aiRLS.
Tlie popular Crescent City Nightin
gales will appear again tonight nt
the Km pi re Theater In now songs and
dances, Including tho hula kill, which
nro bound to make a hit. Tilers will
bemoro lively dancing than the com
puny has yet shown hero. Miss Helen
Kaalwela lias a particular specialty in
this line which she will dance to tho
tuno of "My Tropical Hula Oh I."
BAND CONCERT AT MOANA.
Tonight at the Moana !itol n publle
band concert will be given. Tho ful
lowing Is tho program:
Overture North Star .... Meyerbeer
Ilallad Everlasting Dad ... llo.ivan
Iiitermeizo Italnbow Wenrich
Selection II Trovatoro VcVill
Vocal Hawaiian Songs,, a', by l.'orgcr
Uo Kamalii nmrAala Uerger
Waltz Count Hoffman .... OSenbach
Finale Madamd ,Ai!Kt i.ieocq
The Star .Spangled Ilanner.
No concert 'Uinlght at Tlionns
Square. ,, v
WILL BE TRIED
I'olleo ovldeneo showed a vory
btrong caso against John Rodriguez,
(barged with stabbing Anton Rod
riguez on Miller, street last Wednes
day night. It was brought out that
John and Anton wero Jealous of some
lady and that Anton met John coming
up street. "Clood evening," said An
ton, "Hello, you big devil," said John,
"I'll muko you pay." Anton walked
up street when John rushed behind
nnd stabbed him In tho back. Two
ladlos who had been In conversation
at the gato of their house, testified to
seeing the stabbing and Judge Andrai'.a
had very little hesitation In commit
ting him for trial In tho Circuit
Mm. Fied Mohrle, widow of the
political feudist who was killed In
tho corridor of tho Four Courts
building In St. Louis by Thomas
Kune, tried to end her II to In St
l.ouls by shooting.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
nt fgg j l ."r
WmQmfy A l:.&Ti AilfM
SBp you rJig
and o tloci every o'her vveiWrcKcJ nun lure. They're Ihe
smartest shoei that mncy can buy exact rc,-fcoJ::clic:ij c(
expensive mcUcpoIitin cuitom i..odc!. Tluy'rani-dc i.i quatJcr
jircj, tiving you nn croc f.t ' lles..l Slio.s arc t!u L:twt t!ioo
values in the wor!J llisi's w!iy v.c t. 1 1' cm.
L us show ou lli j t? .SLiji.j-I.j.
Regal Shoe Store,
Corner King and Bethel
Peculiar theories aro working out
In the examination of the Itulnbow ac
cident bei'oro U. S. Commissioner
Davis. At this morning's session Tol
lefson was opened to charges on two
points for negligence. Tho first was
that when the party started out tht,
rope wus broke that connected tho
held with tho rudder apparatus and
that tho boat was being steered by n
tiller, i enduring It exceedingly dang
erous to the steersman und to the
party In general. Tho second point
wns on having a "green" man for a
Bteersmuu mid that tbeiu was only ono
licensed seaman on thu boat who was
forward smoking iustead of uttendliig
to tho conduct fit the lll-futed craft.
That the possible explanation of the
disaster lies In tho fact that u heavy
sea knocked the lunn nt tho wheel
overboard mid tho uncontrolled bout
wiib caught In tho heavy surf und
overturned, was also disclosed by Ilia
evidence of Kniiehulu, tho pilot, (his
Kanelialu testified that ho was
steersman when the party stalled out.
That he lecelved orders to keep her
nose to the wave ami keep olT-shiuo,
That sho shipped nil extra heavy te.i
which knocked blni over the stern of
tho boat, which was piocyctod only
by n bulwark of about four Inches
ami a hulf nbout thu deck, That after
ho went oteibnaid thu next thing he
saw was tho bout turning over nnd
tho whole party struggling In tho
Captain Tollefsoii then went to tho
ship and cut loobu tho life boat, which
was tied to the deck, and tho paltry
was finally conveyed ashoie,
His ovIConcu took up ail of thu
morning session and tho com l :il
Joiirned to 2 o'clock,
' I -MI
V fZr vV1' lllilll
ON OCEAN QUEEN
His Itoyul Highness Prince Amb.ui
of Ocean island Is on board the 111 It
I Mi steamer Ocean Queen, now lied up
ulongshle thu railroad wharf, lie Is
not traveling In princely style, hut.
rather In un ordiiimy fashion, lie is
not even n passenger on tho steamer,
but Is a member of thu crew of thu
Tho prlnco speaks no Kngllsh, but
fortunately for him, Ills companion,
also a momber'of tho crew, helps him
out whenever Captain Johnnsen, tho
commander of thu vessel, wants to say
anything to lilm.
Tho fact Is that the prince Is u third
cook of tho steamer. Ho Is lemnliii;
to cook incut and to bako hi cad nun
plus. This mniulng whop seen, ho
wns busily engaged In preparing lunch
for Cnptnln Johnnseii mid tho olllcure
of the steamer. Ho said today that
hud not Ocean Island beon pluced und
er the protection of thu lliltlsh Gov
ernment, ho would havo been King.
Ho said he Is satisfied with the posi
tion lie is holding on thu steamer nnd
expects to become an olllcer soiuu
Attorney Ltghtfoot, Into ns usual,
ni lived about 8:45 p. in. fur the
opening fpcrformanco of Joo Cohen's
venture In viiudevillo nt the Orphe
.urn Monday night. Ho walked right
in ahead of his party, but (ho cnei
getie Cohen soon had him go out
und get his ticket. "It's n nico
thing to hi lug people down to a
theater nnd have no scat to give
them," tald tho hate attorney. "It's
a nice time to como around looking
for n scut," said the placid box of
flco cleik. Tho attorney thought of
tho old Ullage nf tomothtug about
bllence being guidon, nnd ho imme
diately ictlied to louI off on Foil
Ui it o 3lri
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