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There' squality in
Now In Progress
FOR TEN DAYS ONI.Y
This Sale discounts . all
previous sales. It does not
mean a few specials, but
every article in trie store
will be marked way down.
AH Goods marked in
plain figures and sold for
Come and join the crowd.
Dry Goods Company, Ltd.,
Opp. Fire Station. Corner Fort and Berctania.
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SKATTI.K, Wash., July 20. On sho secures n position." A hopeful
tho bis resistor In tho Hawaiian rW'lBconsIn jouth, who feels tho Im
bulldlng, In which visitors aro In-! portnnco of 16 yenrs and notes It In
vltoit to ontor their names nnil nd- the' book, Is determined to soo Un
dresses Is a column headed "When wall "when he is 21." A loynl real
do you expect to vIsltOlnwatlT" A dent of tho Cnnal Zone will go to
largo proportion of persons leave Hawaii "when It gets cold In Pann
thls space ulank, but aa considerable- ma."
nuiti'.itjr mnKo somo attempt to an- Any number of persons expect to
scr tho query. It Is really surprls-( sec tho Islands "before they die,"
lug tho largo nunibor of persons who, while several arc so suro thnt Un
set an npproxlmato dnto for their wall Is tho real Paradise that they
trip to tho Islands, and If even a write "In tho next world, "when 1
smalt portion of them carry out tholr 'die," "after death," etc. Others,
Intentions tho ocean transportation j'nppnrontly not very biuo of thn fu
cnmpanlcs will bo completely I turo state, write the one despairing
swamped unless they nro ablo to word "never;" others simply "don't
develop resources not now apparent.
Then thero nro a lot of more or
less funny persons who write moro
or less funny things In tho big book.
Miss Adelyn Gnndolfo, of Ventura,
Cnl says she ,w 1 1 1 go to Hawaii
"When Tom sends for her." A man
from Knlamnzoo, Mich., expects to
go on tho "30th of February." An
other thinks ho would like, to visit
tho Islnnds "When Easter falls on
Wednesday." A man from Helling
linm, Wash., who evidently has tho
"Pacific Coast spirit" very strong,
proposes making his trip "When tho
Miss Ilaltimore, Md., will go
"wtan Invited." Miss Los Angeles
Is longing to get to tho Paradise of
know," or find It "Impossible to
tell," and arc satisfied to leave tho
matter in doubt with the Blmplc In
terrogation sign "7."
Somo persons nro positive, If per
chnnco n little Indefinite, ns for In
stance the man who writes "you
bet," or "very soon," or "In tho near
future," or "next vacation." A
sweet Bchool girl from Berkeley Is
In this class when she writes "real
Many hnvo hopes. They "hope
to," "hopo to some day," "rooo, I
hope," or "In the sweet byo and
Very few entries aro llko that
mado by so well satisfied nnd con
tented persons as npparcntlly nre J.
to his knees, locked lit lilt) deadly
Unbrace of tho would-bo murderer.
Although the blood wai pouring from
his numerous wounds nnd ho was at
mort blinded by the flow of blood
from the wound on bis head the bravo
editor, never gavo up his battle for
life until ho fell exhausted when the
assnssln had been dragged from him.
Tho Bldewnlk where tho nttemijt up
on the llfo of Sheba occurred was
drenched wllh blood nnd nl first
glance It seemed Impossible thnt She
ba could survive wounds that result
ed In such a loss.
Judgo Ttallou nnd Attorney Kinney
bcllcvo tbut the evidence Is nmplv
that Hie attempt upon tho lifo of She
ba Is tho direct nnd deliberate result
of tho urging against his llfo that hns
been mado by thu agitators and their
'.'Tho men who nro responsible for
this attempt on (bo llfo of Sheba," said
Judgo nallou after tho attack this
morning, "having been calling for a
'Sagawa to have, vengeance Uion
thoso thnt havo opposed their pro.
gram. Sagawn was n Japanese who
attained to celebrity because ho dei
fled tho law. They huo finally had
their appeal answered and that Is why
Sheba had to fight for his llfo this
tho Pacific, but must mnka her ownlM. Phy, wife nnd son Conrad of
living. Therefore sho will bo only Highland, Cal., who simply "haven't
too glnd to pack her trunk "when ' desired."
185 King St
Soil, black or Walanae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
HIGH-GLASS PAPEB-HANOING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
STABS TO KILL
(Continued from Pace 1)
sccno of- trouble When 1 arrived I
saw Sheba stabbed near tho shoulder.
Ho was, fortunately, holding tho other
Japanese down. Tho blood was run
ning out of Shebn terribly nnd I told
him to lot go. t then got myself busy
unci hold down .thu other Japanese,
whoso nnmo t afterwards found to bo
.Mori. I took him down to thu pollco
ctatlon, with tho assistance of anoth
"When 1 hoard tho cry 'help,' I
looked around and saw tho Japanese
of tho Hnmano storo go out to sco tho
trouble.. They did not stop though to
find out tho plllkla. It wns after this
that I ran up to tho sccno of trouble."
Shortly after tho trouble occurred,
tho employees of tho Hawaii Shinpo,
who had been told of thu tight, rushed
out on tho btrevtH to bco thu fight.
IMItor Mlkaml of tho Hnw-ali Slilnpo
then rnn back to thu office, and with
tho assistance of tho U u 1 1 o 1 1 n man,
who happened along, telephoned down
to Judgo Itullou, tulllug him what had
taken place. Tho Judgo soon arrived
In a hack In company with another
II it 1 1 e 1 1 n man,
Judge Halloa was tho first to reach
I ho Queen's hospltnl, whence Sheba
was taken after tho stabbing, it was
shortly before 11 o'clock when
Judgo Ilallou nrrlvod at the hospital
and ut that tlmo Sheba was being op
erated on by I)i b. Collins and Judd.
Ho was under thu Influence of nn an
esthetic but tho ntnlomeut of Dr. Judd
was to tho effect that tho wounds In
themselves wcro not serious mid that
Shebn was not' In n dangerous condi
tion unless uuforuccu complications
Sheba Is suffering from three
wounds, nil of which nro painful, Tho
wound on tho neck mlssod tho Jugular
clii by it tin end and It was from
that cut that tho heaviest How of
blood came. A second wound is on
tho left Rldo of tho bend nnd' a third
Is a deep cut on tho left forearm.
wnon tno wounded editor war.
brought to tho hospital ho was suffer
ing greauy rrom tno pain and was
weakened from tho loss of blood. Ho
spoko cheerfully and declared that ha
had a narrow escapo from death.
After learning of tho wounded man's
condition Judgo Ilallou started for tho
pollco station and encountered High
Sheriff Henry and Attorney Kinney,
who woro hurrying to tho hospital.
Aftor h consultation on' Ilcretnnln
street tho party all turned for tho sta-
tlon for tho purpose of confronting
tho would-bo assassin.
Mori, tho Jnpaneso who committed
tho murderous assault, waB formerly
nn omployo of Maklno, having been
engaged as a clerk In tho ngltator's
drug store. It Is stated that ho has
been seen frequently with Maklno
during tho past several days and wns
encouraged In his murderous attack
by tho bitter, denunciation of Sheba
that was olccd by Maklno mid his
COURT BREAKS UP
WHEN JWS COMES
Shortly beforo 11 o'clock this
morning, when tho conspiracy trial
was on fi.ll swing and Judpc Dole
nnd Judgo Woodruff wero among tho
audience, Dalllff Hopkins approached
Kinney and whispered something. The
prosecutor roso In an agitated manner
and stated .to tho court thnt someone
on tho telephone, who know ho was
there, wanted him on a verx vital
matter. Judge Ua Dolt touk occasion
to call a recess and Kinney went out.
A moment later ho wnlkcd quickly
down tllo corridor with his hands
An Instant afterwards the partlcl
pants In tho trial wcro thunderstruck
by thu announcement that Sheba had
been blabbed. Tho court was hastily
adjourned and Kinney rushed nwuy.
A moment .afterwards Mghtfoot fol
lowed him, asking questions of all nnd
Maklno, Soga, Tasakn nnd Ncgoro' In
n scared manner, wandered about thu
building beforo they too left.
At first it was not known whether
Kinney had Bald "Sheba" or "Mend,"
the partner or W. O. Smith, nnd It
wns not until somo tlmu Inter that It
wns learned that It was Shiba.
Tim tiows acted ns a bombshell on
tho trial ami Inside of n half hour
llioro wns no one except tho clerks
hbout (hi; second story.
the defendants wero plainly scared
nnd nt first hardly- seemed to belluvo
thu news. Sheba is tho star witness
for tho prosecution and his assault
looms up daikly on thu micccss of
I am offering you a new large
house with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, near St. Louis School, with
iron rijof, modern plumbing, and lot
4089 ,'sq. feet- right.in town, for only
$1,100. Very cheap. Rare bargain.
This is $300 less than cost..
Here is your chance,
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg, 74 S. King St.
SHEBA'S BRAVE FIGHT
Shoba fought desperately for his
llfu when tho nssassln drew tho knife
and struck at him, Ho tried to pro
tect himself with his barn hands and
suffered two slight cuts upon tho
hands In warding off tho mtirdoroud
blows of thn would-bo assassin.
Tho blow that struck tho editor In
tho neck was of isufflclcnt strength to
plimgo tho keen blado of dlio knife,
several Inches Into tho flesh, missing
the Jugular clit by tho sixteenth of
That Mori was determined to tako
tho Ufa of Shoba Is shown conclusive
ly by tho rupontrd lijows that tin
struck at thu neck and head of his
victim. It was while trying to nold n
desperate plunge, ut his neck alter the
(list blow had been struck, that tho
knlfu reached tho left iildo of Shoha's
head and bid open thu scalp for sov
' Tho blow ou the head brought Shoba
Upon being- questioned by tho officials-at
tho Police Station, '.Mori said:
"I rend tho newspapers. I have formed
my own conclusions." Then, seeming
to think ho had said too much, the
prisoner added: "I did this myself.
Nobody told mo to do It. I think She
ba Is not a good Japanese. I bought
tho knife nt a storo on King street, I
did not want to kill Sheba, only to
Tho knife with which thu stabbing
was dono Is nn ordinary I, X. I., onu,
and was bought nt C. M. Tnl's store.
Tho clerk says that Mori, when pur
chasing the knlfo, remarked that he
wanted it for sharpening pencils.
Tho big blndo had been sharpened In
a rnzor-llko edgo, and nhout halt an
Inch of tho point had been b. iken oft.
It is surmised that this happened when
Sheba nnd his assailant fell to tho
Tho knlfo Is Wood-stained and hnB
it large clot near the stem closo to the
Attorney Mghtfoot was nt tho Po
llco Court shortly after Mori wus
brought In, "I suppose we will be
blamed for this nffnlr too," ho re
marked to a group.
District Attorney Ilreckons said that
he had seen Mori up at tho Judiciary
building this morning, nnd Sheba had
also left tho office a little beforo Mori
Mori is said to bo thu delegato from
Maul for tho Higher Wage Associa
tion, and previously had been em
ployed on a Japanese paper In Wat
luku. Shuba's assailant Is a small, bright
looking man of about 26 years of nge.
He Is very Intelligent and replies to
all the questions asked him readily.
but sticks to tho story that ha nlonc
Is responsible, for the crime.
Within a short tlmo of tho arrival
of Mori and Sheba at the pollco sta
tion, a big crowd of lawyers nnd court
officio's nnscmb!;c! there. Attorneys
Kinney, Pressor, Ilallou, Mlltertou
Ilreckons nnd several others wcro clos
eted In the Sheriff's .office from 11:30
o'clock and Mori was cross-examined
on every point.
Maklno was seen on Iho street nnd
on being asked what ho though of Iho
stabbing of Sheba, snld: "It Is too
d il 'bad; too 'bad altogether.". At
tho pollco station Mori Is booked on
Iho blotterins for Investigation.
Tasakn, one of tho defendants In
(lib conspiracy case, who Is nlso as
sistant editor of tho Nlppu J1JI, stat
ed today that ho was sorry thnt
Mori had stabbed Editor Sheba of
the; Hawaii Slilnpo.
"I am sorry that trouble had aris
en between Sheba and Mori," snld
Tasakn. "Wo havo been tolling
theso pcoplo not to mnko nny trou
ble. Tho Btubhlng of Sheba by Mori
will, I am afraid, affect our enso
which Is being tried beforo tho
"Somo foolish Japanese can maka
tho trouble worse than It Is, nnd I
urn sorry or Jhoba."
What points to n deliberate con
spiracy to bring nbout the death of
Kdltor Sheba, although purely cir
cumstantial, nro facts spelling out
ns bloody n council of death ns over
met at Duke Alva's command In
Holland's most gory days.
A very secret meeting of the Jnp-
nneso delegates to the Higher Wngo
conference Is supposed to have taken
plnco last night, nnd It Is thought
thnt tho stabbcr of the star witness
against the leaders now on trial for
conspiracy was drawn by lot nt
It Is nlso thought thnt Mori, thn
"would-bo assassin, purchased tbc
knife last night and had It specially
Eharpcncd, nnd the knife now on ex
lilbltlon nt tho pollco station shows
every evidence of having been Bpcc
According to this theory, Mori
wns the man to whom tho lot fell,
nnd tho. quarrel that ended in the
assault wns only a pretext.
tlon by Judge Robinson tho Nlppu
JIJI made dally appeals for someone
to smile Sheba with tho "Iron list,"
n phrase which Attorney Mghtfoot
hns been attempting to sljow In the
conspiracy trial possessed n purely
figurative and harmless meaning.
Has the larges-
cause the Sod
Water is superico
to any in Hdno?
lulu. Have you-
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Temtorial Board of
Office 403 Stancewald Bldjr.
K. J. McCnndlosi, the foreman of
Tom Sharp, tho sign painter, who
arrested Mori, was out on n Job this
afternoon and could not be seen to
obtain tho details of his arrest of
tho would-bo assassin.
According to Mr. Sharp, McCan
dless was finishing the painting of
n Hull Durham sign near the scene
of the attack nnd while engaged In
lilt work suddenly heard cries for
help. Thero was something In their
tone that mndo McCnudlvss think
that tho cries "meant business,"
nnd turning ho saw Sheba, covered
with blood, lying on tho ground
with Mori on top of him. McCnn
dlcss rushed across to the struggling
men, nnd, pulling off tho blood-mad
Japanese, struck tho knlfo from his
hand nnd dragged hint to tho pollco
station. Hut for his quick action,
the editor would hnvo been killed
Instead of but seriously Injured.
F. I. LAM0REAUX,
PIANO AND PIPE ORGAN
TONING AND REPAntlNJ
BerRstrom Music Co., ltd.
URGED J KILL
Mori, tho would-bo nssassln, re
plying to n question from Mr. Until
after his nricst this morning, ns to
why ho trlod to murder Shoba, bald:
"I did It bccaiibo I read tho newspa
pers," When asked by Mr. Hath
which paper ho read the Japanese
became more cautions and declined
Before the issuance ot the Injunc-
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The attempt to murder Shebn
this morning hns brought tho multi
tude, of lnw-brenklng nctB by the
ugltntors nnd their agents to a fo
cus. tinder tho principles of crlmlnnl
law- .that wero established In the
enses of tho Chicago nnarcblsts, Ma
klno nnd ull of thosu Identified with
his nctlvltles enn be held for murder
lit the event thnt tho wound of the
editor ot tho Slilnpo should result
fatally. Sevcrnl of tho defendants
who wcro convicted of murder In
tho celebrated Chicago rase did not
even know tho men who hurled tho
bombs Into tho crowd of pollco olll
corB. In a snappy g.uno of ball that was
played on thu City diamond this noon
tllo Detroit nlno put II over tho Chi
cago tenm by n sroro of 3 to 0.
Tho game was a fast ono and only
4!i minutes elapsed between tho time
tho first ball wus pitched nnd Iho fin
ish of Iho game. TIiIb was tho second
guinu for tho HullWln cup and both
tennis Iho Chicago mid Detroit havo
now one loss and ono victory to their
r rod 1 1,
(leorgn Shipley and John A. Clarku
of Chicago, who woro charged with
assault with Intent to kill Howard II
Itoblnson, manager of tho Summit
hnuso on Plko's peak, wcro discharged
aftor a preliminary hearing In Colo
rado Springs, Co. They pleaded self
defense. The credentials, coiumltteo ot tho In
ternational longshoremen's associa
tion, which began Its seventeenth mi
nnal session In nnlvcstoii, announced
that Daniel J, Keofe, former president
of the organization, but now Fcdoral
J commissioner of Immigration, would
bg denied a goat In tho convention.
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TIME IS MONEY in
1 the kitchen. No
fuel cooks so well as i
GAS, nor so quickly,
and the cost of the j
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used,
Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BUM.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CUBI0 C'i
signs in Filii
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Miss Kate Woodar
1141 Fort Street.
Stomping, Embroider; and ??,
tions, Shirtwaists, Cloves and U;i
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