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Evening ' Bulletin
From Son Francisco :
iiiiniitnii - Aug. 4
For San Francisco:
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From Vancouver :
Mamma ......... ...Aug. 20
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"be done. Unless you have tried a
Bulletin Want Ad, you have not
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) 3;3Q EDITION The Merchant Who Uses the Bnllelin Gives Opportunity Her Best Chance
VOL. XI. NO. 4378.
S PAGES. HONOLUIU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1609. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HIGH WAGE THUG ISheba ISAYS OTHERS
STABS TO KILL! 'lows) ARE MARKED
Editor Sheba of the Hawaii Shinpo
was stabbed this morning by Mori, a dele
grate of the High Wage Associatiohv from
Maui. The wounds are serious but not
necessarily fatal. Sheba was standing on
the street when attacked, the knife of the
assailant striking him in the head, shoul
der, and arm. Mori is a former clerk in
Tho expected linn at Inst linptnncil, Sheba, tlm courageous it
Jnpniiene editor who lias Htnoil liy his kiiiih manfully and made a brll- tt
limit light 'for JuhUou und fnlr piny, has been laid low by tlio knlfo it
or tliu assassin. Whllo walking alontf Smith street near King at tJ
Jl):45 llils morning, Sheba was allotted by Moil, who nald bo de- it
St ulrid to talk with lilm about tho hither wngo pioposltlon. Mori had it
n Jtut come from thoi conspiracy trial, whero Negoro testified that ho 8
11 hud nlwuys urged Higher WaEo follow ei a' to presort c peace, tt
"Come to my o3lcu," said Shibu, "and wo will talk over tho St
matter there.'' U
.Mori accented the otter, and as they walked along tho sidewalk, tt
quick as lightning, Mori dicw a longhladcd pocket kntfo and stabbed tt
Sheba threo times, onco in the heud, ouco In the loft forearm, and tt
once In the back of tho neck. tt
A struggle luiuedlately followed, In which Sheba by main tt
strength boon gut Mori down under him. Tho blood from Shoba's tt
wouiils poured out on tho ussabslu, and Ogata, u close- friend of tt
Sheba's, feeing tho attack from tho doorway of a Chinese newspap- tt
er olllco closo by, ran to tho wounded man's assistance. He lifted' tt
Sheba from the ground, grasped Moil and with tho aid of socrnl tt
others held htm flriul until tiro police officers arilvcd. tt
Tho olllce of Mr. Sheba was notified at once, and looking out tt
from the windows or tho little den where tho plucky editor has writ- tt
ton i.o many hi.no edltoiluls on tho strike situation, urging hU tt
rountrj men to do what was right lid forsako fulso lenders, they Baw tt
tin if belou-tl eniptoyor in tho clutches of the muu who was trjlng tt
to stab him to denlh. tt
W. Denning, tho Jnpancso Interpreter, lmmcdlalely on hearing tt
of the affair, went to tho hospital to'seo Sheba, and later wont with tt
tho rcpu-sont.itiu-s or the pro3 to Shelia's o.co. He secured full tt
and accurate ktatcments of the affair, veiled (he sceno of tho as- tt
nuiilt. and aided Ih tpjpeis in cuy way possible, tt
nr. Jidd, urter examining Sluuvs woimls, tinted that had tho tt
knlfo been lninuht foivard tho sixteenth or an Inch, the st ill In tho tt
nerk would have revered the Jugular eln" and Sheba would hao tt
lived less than a minute. tt
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IMItor Sheba or tho Hawaii Hhlnpo Hospital, whoro hh wounds arc being
was stabbed this morning on Smith attended to. Marl, tho assailant, Is
tlicot by Mori, una of tho xtilko dele- In tho polleo station,
gales fiom Maul. Bhi'ia. who Is Fori- K. J. McCandless, tho painter, who
ously Injured, Is now In tho Quecn'scnnio lo tho assistance of Sheba Bald
One-piece Rompers in attractive
patterns just in. See our window
'ful and then come in the store
and see hundreds more.
Prices 50c upward
, The Kash Co.,
Corner Hotel and Fort St.
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Whojffas Stabbed Thi Morning by a Higher Wage A5oeiation Delgtte.
this morning that it was a cold-blood
ed stabbing affray. So said that had
Shoha been a physically weak man,
ho would havo been dead.
"I was watching at my work over
hero," pointing at tho placo In tho
empty lot; directly makal of Smith
street, "when I heard tho cry, 'Help.'
OUR THUST DEPARTMENT IS
FULLY EQUIPPED TO HANDLE
KIDUCIAIW HUSINES3 OF EVERY
KIND, AND SEEKS APPOINTMENT
AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR,
AND GUARDIAN, ASSIGNEE, REG
ISTRAR, TRANSFER AND FISCAL
AOENT AND A8 TRUSTEE TOR IN
DIVIDUALS AND CORPORATIONS.
Trust Department '
. i t, i
I hoard It twice, but could not locate
tho place where tho volco camo from.
Tho uot tlmo I board, I looked out
and saw two Japanese struggling on
Smith street near King.
"I then rushed out towards tho
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SPAIN IS IMPROYINO.
MADRID, August 3. The litua
tion throughout the insurrectionary
Darts of Snain i imnrmrMi T1i
number of killed in ih remnt rlM
is placed at 2,000 and the wounded
MEALS AT THE PALM
ARE SATISFYING BE
CAUSE THEY ARE
WELL COOKED AND
WELL' SERVED. YOU CAN MAKE
NO MISTAKE IN PATRONIZING
THAT CAFE. HOTEL, NEAR UN
Although ttiero were, many vltltors
at tho Queen's Hospital this afternoon
desiring to see Sheba none of thuii
wero allowed to disturb tho woundou
man, the orders of Drs. Judd and Col
lins being that the patient wai not to
be disturbed throughout the day
Sheba was suffering considerable
pnln from his wounds when he lecov
ered consciousness after tho operathn.
ft was stated by the hospital physi
cians that he was considerably weak
ened by loss of blood and the shock of
tho knife wounds.
At Z o'clock this afternoon It was
stated that Sheba Is resting eaklly and
thcro Is llttlo likelihood of any com
plications developing that will en
danger bis life. Tho wound In hU
neck is tho most severe nnd prevents
him from moving his head. The
wounds are all of a painful naturo and
In the ordinary course of events It
will bo weeks beforo the editor of tho
Shinpo Is fully recovered from tho
murderous attack that wan made upon
him by tho delegate from Maul of iho
Higher Wago Association tho former
employe of Mnklno.
STOniTTTnT.M Rurftfen Anmit.9 !
Til lflKnr tmnhUi tst M U m
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developing into a revolt against the
uvcimmui. Aunarau oi inouianas
of men are idle. Ofringto the tie-
nn tst all irwifea anA Knalna IV
banks have been closed and are care-
muy guaraea. me government will
nrofilojm ltt nt io mt ilia flrt
sig nof a general insurrection.
SUBMARINES FOR CATITE.
WASHINGTOW. Atumit 9 Or.
ders have been issued for a fleet of
submarines to be stationed at Cavite
tor the defense of Manila.
SENATE TARIFF TOTE.
WASHINGTON, Anns 9 Thx
Senate will vote next Thursday on
the conference committee report of
me ,un Din.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 3. Su
gar 96 degree centrifugals' 4.05
cents or $81 per ton. Previous quo
tation, 4.02 cents.
FOR PEARY RELIEF.
ST. JOHNS, New Brunswick, Aug
ust 3. The Peary relief expedition
sailed .today for Greenland. It is
confidently predicted that when
Peary returns he will have succeed
ed in his ouest for the Pole.
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tt "Why should not this Mo, I or
tt wbatover his name Is, bo put I
tt on lmiuu'IlatB Irlnl?" ill n mnni. it
tt Inetit'cltizen this noon. U
tt 'J! believe, tho officers of tho tt
tt law should act 'promptly. Put tt
tt the man on trial tomorrow, !,t tt
tt there be an end of the law's do- tt
a InjB. Glvu Us some straight tt
a quick Justice. The Lord knows tt
a that there has been enough a
a quibbling with tho men behind tt
a this fellow who evidently is sorry tt
a that be cunliot bo tried as an tt
a Bssln." at
THE BEST RESULTS
WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the goods."
Young Hotel Laundry,
Telephone 301, ,
from fresh fruit ship
mints are secured by
placing -your orders with
those who "Know how.
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
a "Others bcsldo Sheba will get It." was tho statement in.tdn at ,8
a tho police station this iftternoon by Mori, the man who attempted to t:
a assassinate tho editor of tho Hawaii S1iIiik thin morning tt
a Instead of expressing regie for his cr'nie, Mori boldly declares tt
a that others of his countrymen will take up tho knlfo that wns snatched tt
a from his hand this morning after ho bad plunged It three times in- tt
a to tho body of Sheba. 5;
a Ills Intimation that Iho vengennce of the Higher Wigo AshooI.i- tl
a Hon will be felt by others and that It will bo Bie led In blood was tt
a mado In a manner and Indicating that Mori belUncs that h tt
a Is not the only man who Is willing to saLrlficu himself and commit 11
a murder in the supposed Inleiests of Maklno and his colleagues of tt
a tho Hlrher Wago Association. f.
a TI'O would bo nssassln Is thoroughly sano In tho opinion of tt
a I)rs. O'Uay ami Sinclair, who examined the man nt tho iolce stn- tt
a tion during the afternoon. During his Interrogation by tin- phi si- tt
a clans he did not loso any of his culm demeanor and tho two physl- tt
tt clans ere sure that ho Is entirely respnuslllc for his set. tt
a He also stated that ho did not Intend to deny that he w;n the tt
tt man that stabbed tho editor of the Hawaii Shinpo ami ndded that ti
a he was perfectly willing to take Vie penalty for his deed. tt
a a it tt a una tt a tt tt n tt n n tttt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ti t: tt tt tt tt tt tt
GIVE HIM JUSTICE I GAVE IT FOR JAPAN
SympathliciB with Evansvlllo
(Ind.) street car strikers tossed a
tick of dynnmlto on a car last night,
injuring one of seveinl striko breakers.
a "Oh, that's all right. This msn
, gtvo up ills body for Japan all
a This is II)h comment mado by
a tho Japanese: servant of a prom
ts Inenl phjslclnn when told that
a Mori might have to hnng for his
tt assault on ICdltor Sheliii. It
a'wilces one .Inpanoso sentiment.
a tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt a tt tt tt
Tho prlnmiy aim of tho Higher-
Wago movement was to bring about
International .complications between
.iHpnn and the United Statot.
This fact wub brought out ertei-
day by Ncgoro hlmscir In hlb t'istl-
mouy at the conspiracy trial, nnd in
11 most peculiar way.
Negoto's attorney sought to Inlio-
duco Negoro'a admittedly first nitlelii
published in tbq JIJi, in which he out
lined tho program for tho high wage
movement. Kinney for tho prosecu
tion fought to kc-J It out of the evi
dence. Tho Ju-lgo ruled if,ahi3t him.
When the article wa read Mr. Kinney
Immediately realized 'its great .iluo
for the prosecution as It sctn fnrlh
cler-rly thut from the very outt-rt No
goro's plan was lo set the laborers
against tlm 'planters, and stir up mirl;
a furore that the lapaneso government
wou'd Interfere nnd back tho demand
of the Hlcher Wage Association
Tho article in full follows tho trans
Istliin being that mnda bv the defense-
Wo ngiet that the wages In Ha
Willi nrn rilnp-oyo-tlonatoly low I"
tomp.ulron with tho largo pioniH
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,ir ui-i-u reaping, remaps uonHere
111 1110 world tbeio nlll bj Toning cap
Itallsts who leap to high it rate of
profit on the one hand and labor'ois 011
Iho other hand whoso wtiKva tirti so
low, ns ct'iiiiured with the proflts of'
tho capitalist as In Hawaii. iThoy
raise cry whou they loso thelr.'ctiull
Ibilum. We hopo that tho Hayallan
planters hioii uwnkin mid rnlid the
wages for tho sake of the continued
peace of Hawaii.
It may he that tho planters concldoi
there Is no fear of toeing luborers,
....... v,. 1, utin uiu ireaimcui nrcortluil
, (o tht-m may be. because Iho Jap-ineso
I luwirer must eitner stay hero ur ro
jltun to Japan, since their emigration
(uontinued on Paw 4)
On that SMILE last,
made of White
Buckskin, and only
$5.00, for men of
SVint. On T ia
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1051 Fort St.
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