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HVRNINQ I1ULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. II, I'lUDAY, AUOUST in, 1009.
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Extract. It affords almost
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The best and most healthful
drinks on the market today are
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
GOOD COIN MAN.
BUT MEMORY POOR.
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teict,tliig feat and said that while ev
Meiice of (oerclon might lie lelovnnt
the pioHoeutlon wn not to "dio.nn of
coercion." Hut the Judge tidmltter
the eldenco Just the anie. Mr. Kin
ney pietived the Biihjoct:
"Did J ou say that eeiy man on the
lilnutatlon contrlhutcd "
"Did Kliliulzn, tho BK'M'hnnt, con
"lie coiitrlhuted throe dollar," wan
Die BiuprlidnK niiwcr.
"And would hnvo contrlhnled tvvon-ty-throo
to Biiiaro himself?" Unshod
"I oliject." ald Ughtfoot. and tho
Court sustained him.
"Did Morlta tho photographer, who
wn to he hoycotted, contrlhuto?"
"Ho coiitrlhuted," said the Milieus.
"In photographs or money?" In
(lulled th? Judge hlandly.
"lie coiitrlhuted In Roods." ,
"Did every man," resumed Kinney ,
"whether patriot or sycophant, cornel
up and contribute with a Rlad hnnd?"
"livery one," replied the treasurer I
.Mr. Klniioy took up the subject of.
the military system liy which Hi"
strikers were contiolled, using as his
text the JIJ1 account of the spylug I
tystein on returning l.ilmrerB. The
urtlclo stated thut one man who had
shown slRns of weakening had liueu
font to Honolu'ii miller the escort of
an officei' of tho association and tin
wltucsB nlmltted tho truth of the re.
port, hut could not for the lift- of hlui
remember which .officer It was. Ho
was ulto unable to Identify thu officers I
hofoio whom one repentant sinner
bowed to tho Kround and asked for
giveness. Kinney then read a passage to the
rffect that It was nRieed that n watch
fchould bo kept on tho suspected weak
"Did tho Walialm ussociatlon claim
tho right to maintain guatds over the
.'apanese In Honolulu?"
"Wo put n watch on nil tho Wnlpi
hu men Wo had nothlnR to do with
tho men fiom other plantations."
"What rort of u watch was put on
this paitlculor man?"
"We did not luterfeio with him In
tho daytluio but vvheiover ho went n
guard slept with him "
"In tho same room with him?"
"In tho sniiiii room."
"Who would tell the Riiard to go
rnd sleep with him?"
I ilon t Know. That Is not my bus-1
In answer to further qinstlnis Mnl-.
nlclil described tho sysiem of passes
under winch every striker In Hono
lulu who wanted to visit Walpjhu wis
required to lmvo a written permit for
a limited period, Tho questions wero
evidently framed on tho pass taken
Irom n striker by Mr. Hull tit Wiilpalm,
which forms a feature of tho Injunc
tion case pending in Judge Hohlnson's
Kinney's net test was a letter from
tho Walpnliu HIrIict Wugu Association
found in tho Jj olllce. This Icttor
dcscilbed tho Byutoin of apoliitliig
tino man as a captain over every twen
ty nm! ended with a threat to tako
"propnr stops" against all thoso who
oppoi-t.f1 tho association nml to bo
ready with "hammer of lion nud lain
of blood," Tho witness was uiriblo
to Identlry tlio handwiltlug and did
not know whether tlio letter had been
K'lll by nil officer or his association or
tint. The letter was read bit by bit
nml tho witness suld It was all true
mid most of It was Insldo Infoinintlou.
"Now don't you know who wroto
v V i
that letter" demanded Kinney, "lntt
dan- not admit It on account of thwo
Illll'.ltS nt till' end?"
"No" lopllcd the witness, "the ac
count In that letter Is true, lint I don't
know who wrote It."
When tho'amlnallon of Mimical
vvas concluded Hlrnse, tho president
nf the Knhuleii Higher Waco Askocla
linn, nan nt on the stand. The liur
den of Ills stoiy wns the peaceful nil-
vleo receded fiom the Honolulu olll-
cers nn every occasion, nml lio was'
Kt 111 dcscilblng In calm language tho '
history of tho model of nil sttlkcs'
when court adjourned.
WILL ADHERE TO
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nl have, however, hern made t'j nth
er Commissioners. Ho Bays public
opinion Is In favor of the schedule, anil
the Hoard In no alternative. While
It may not meet with tho npprnal of
i-nino of the lonelier, .Mr Judd bo
lleos It to lie tho only sjstcm than
ciin hf BiiccesFfnlly worked out.
CAUGHT IN OHIO.
Detectives nil over tho United
Staffs mo still searching for tho men
who planned tlio murder of Ueuton-
nnt I'ctioslnn, tho New York police
officer who was slain In Palermo,
Sclly. I'ostntllec detectives aro hid
ing the search, und many nrrests nt
suspected persons hnvo been made In
various parts of tho country. At
Heiioroiitnino. Ohio, recently Post-j
ullico Inspector Oldfleld arrested
Chillies Vlcearrlo on suspicion of bo-
ling concerned in the Petioslno trag-;
I cdy. Ho formally charged Vlccar-
rlo wllh being a fugitive
vvnB iitierteil to tho man
Tho International Ssirtlng Club, of i
Monaco, I'innco, Is conducting a (light
competition for nompluues from Jim-1
uary 21 until Miuch 21 for cash prizes
amounting to $.'0.noo. i:ach machine
Is lequlred to tlnlco nuikn n flight
ncioss the liny ntoiind Capo Mai tin
and to leturu to tho starting point.
Tho total dlstiinco of this clicult Is
lihout six miles.
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HOSPITAL NOT GETTING
Appeal to Supervisor to Change Sys
tem of Issuing Cards and Include
Staff Physicians Macall Only
Can Admit Indigent Cases.
A conflict over county cases Is on
between tho Hoard of Supervisors
and tho Queen's Hospital. The lat
ter arc of the opinion that they nro
l.ot getting BUfllclent cases from tho
county and city, nnd that there Is
no profit to them out of thoso they
do got. Last month over 1,000 was
I emitted to the hospital for county
mid City !'li)siclnn Macknll Is tho
the system chatiRed so that the hos
pltal staff can admit cases on their
fnilcr tho present plan County
and City lMuslc-Inn Mncall Is the
only one who can Issue the ndmls
tlon cards to Indigent persons ic
(lulling hospital attention. An np
peal has been made to the Supervis
or to authorize tho Btaff physicians,
eight In number, and place In their
blinds cars for the purpose of ml
muting patients without consulting
From the Supoi visors' point of
view, the hospital people are realiz
ing a good profit out of the county
nllowanio of J 1.50 per cuso. One
of tho tiustces recently confided to
line of the members that there was
at least 73 cents profit on each $1.50
fee. Of course there Is more money
In a cane that remains In the hospi
tal ii week or a month than in ono
Hint comes In one day and leaves tho
next. It Is understood no chango
wilt bo agreed upon nt tho present
STARTED FOy APANESE
People comforting thomselves with
tho thought that the strike agitation
Is finished and will not bo heard from
again may pioflt by perusliiR tho fol
lowing from a Sail Francisco paper:
The appearance of a new Japanese
newspaper In Berkeley yesterday with
thp iiniiio of T Tnkcuchl as editor and
proprietor caused excitement among
tho various Japancso students nt thu
t.nlvortlty and was ground for tho tu
mor that the publication wus devoted
tolely to "blood and thunder" nnd was
to he sponsored on behalf of the strik
ing Japanese In Honolulu, whoso lead
ers have been having trouble with tho
Island authorities and some of whoso
newspapers have been obliged to havo
their columns ceiibored because of vio
lent imprecations against tho Ameil
can gov eminent.
What added still more Interest to
"The l-abor." ns tho now paper Is
called. Is that lMltor Tnkeuchl was
formerly tlio head and Trout of tho
"irovolutloii," a magazlno pi luted by
university students, tho columns of
which teemed with treasonable utter
ances ngalnst the Imperial Nipponese
Tnkeuchl declares that his new pa
per Is strictly a worklngman's paper,
printed In tho interest or tho Japanese
classes In America and tlio Hawaiian
PLATT SPEAKS AS
IF DEAL IS MADE.
(Continued from Pw:e 1)
necessity of connecting with "central"
at all, I.ato Impiovemcnts In the
Homo Telephone Company system In
tho Southern California city, ojicrnt
ing over 10,000 phones, have made it
liosslblo to connect with long distance
and private exchanges directly from
Hie Instruments without tlio necessity
nf Central's services. The Hell Tele
phono Co. opointliiR In Los Angeles
as tlio Pacific Co.ibt operates between
lOOOO and 50 000 phones also and a
keen rlvnlry there, the city using mnru
phonos for Its bIzo than any other city
In tho world, keeps the two conip-mles
constantly adding Impinveiuents.
Two Cottages and Lot, Luna-
Hlo St. .. .s $2,500
House and Lante Lot. Kalihi.S2.7fin
Cottage and Lot, Liliha St... 51,050
i y ' u
DESIRABLE ACREAGE PROPER-
Head, very Romantic Location and
, -d Vm "'
David A. Dowsett,
Insurance Real EstateLoans
203 JUDD BUILDING.
PHONE NO. G55.
PUNS ARE MAKING
SALT LAKE ELKS AND
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
Passenger Agent Writes for Infor
mationWill Travel on Steam
er Queen, First Visiting Hilo
and Then Honolulu.
The following letter gives tho lat
est Information rnnrertilni?' tlin nm.
I posed Klks and KiiIrIiIs of Columbus
I "San Francisco, Aug. C, ISO!).
"My Dear .Mr. Wood: As you prob
ably nro nwnrc. we aro working on
tho Salt Lako UidKo of Klks for nn
Island trip during the month of Jan
uary. We nro also In negotiation
with a committee for n similar ex
cursion trip nccount Knight of Co
lumbus. Tho latter gentlemen now
think thnt tho month of May Is the
mora desirable one to vIhII tho Isl
ands. This feature I nm no't thor
oughly Informed on nnd wish you
would drop mo a Hue stating periods
best adapted, taking Into considera
tion wenther conditions, crops, etc.
"With both of these parties wo pro
poso to mnko a lump sum chnrgo for
tho steamer Queen, to leave San Iran
cisco sailing direct to Hilo, thence to
Honolulu. Our charge doc not In
clude lighterage of passengers be
tween ship nml shore at If Ho ,nnd
Honolulu: neither docs It Include tlio
Volcano trip from Hilo. I wish to
know what chargo Is mndo for tho
Volcano trip from Hilo, figuring at
lenst 200 in each party. How mnny
can bo accommodated at the Vol
cano hotel? How long a trip Is It?
How much lime Is consumed? It it
Is necessary to split up parties Into
relays, can two relays bo hnndled
ench day? For Instance, ono party
to go to the Volcano leaving Hilo In
the morning and after tehlr return
another party to be taken over, thu
Inttcr to remain at the hotel over
night. State also what facilities
thero are for llgthcrage between ship
nud shoro both at Hilo and Honolulu,
also what charge is made for these
"In each case we lmvo stated to tho
parties that they may live aboard tho
ship entirely If it is their desire to
do so. I would like In this connec
tion to hnvo j on state what hotel
rates they may expect for those de
siring to live urhoro nt Honolulu.
"Tho above outlines tho principal
features I wish covered and hope you
will anticipate nny other Information
that will bo vnlunble to ennble us to
stato to the eommltte-o Intelligently
conditions in nil possible directions.
"I will feel obliged for n reply at
your early convei lence.
Very truly ours,
"(Signed) C. D. IHJNANN.
O. P. A., Paclllc Const 8. S. Co."
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Tennis Players Go
On Claudinc Today
Uy tlio Claudinc this afternoon
tho tennis team for Maul will de
part, and the excursion promises to
be ono of tho most successful that
has ever left for Puuncne.
Tho teams mo as before publish
ed in tho It u 1 1 o 1 1 n, with the ex
ception that Frank Atherton will
not mnko the trip. Ills plnco will
be taken by Gee, one of the best all
around players In these Islands at
The Maul peoplo will be pl-;aBcd
to see Gee In action, as there has
been so much talk about his play
that the country plavers have form
ed the opinion thnt he Is Invincible.
The rctuin trip to Honolulu will
be made on tho Mlkahnla, which will
leave Kabuliil at midnight. Tho
team will have a stienuous day, nnd
after tho tennis match will be able
to visit Kuliulul nnd see the base
ball game between Maul nnd Hilo.
Spcclnl trains will be tunning
during tho afternoon, and thero will
bo no difficulty In getting to and
fiom Puuneno. The dance at tho
club will he ono of tho most enjoy
nblo features of the outing, and it
goes without saying that everybody
will have a good time.
Seal by, one of tho sttongest of
tho Puuncne players, returned from
tho Const on the Koreiii and It Is
ceitalu thnt he will tnko part In tho
tournament. Ills partner Is not nt
piesent Known, hut he will no doubt
take the place of same weaker man,
Tho following Is tho list or tho
placets and tho mutches thut have
P. 12. Steero nnd C. It. Homenwny
vs. Win. I.nughcr and Win, Walsh j
A. It. Cunha and W. Ii. Warren vs.
Mr, Myers nnd A. M. Nowoll; It. A.
Cooko and K. S. Gee vb. A. W. Col
lins and W. M, Foster; Cipt. Low
and D. W. Anderson vs. C. D. Lind
say and Itov. 13. II. Turner; C. G.
Hoi litis nud John Wnterhouso vs. .1.
Mellor and P. II, Ilosccrnns; J. J.
Pnt'e and 8. M. Ilnlloii vs. V. V.
Ilaldvvln und J. II. Thompson.
Additional Snorts on Pace 10
IIIhiik hunks uf all sorts, ledgers
"tc manufactured by tho Uulletlr
Pit' Mailing Coaipan.
SPRECKELS WILL BE
JOHN D. TELLS WHAT HE
WILL DO TO RUDOLPH.
Argument on Demurrer, Aug. 23
Rudolph Changes His Attorneys
May Go to Jury and Open
Up a Family Scandal,
San Kranclsco, Aug. C. When tho
Sprcckels will case was called in
Judgo Coffey's court yesterday a post
ixnicment, by consent, until August
23d was ordered.
This Is not taken to Indicate that
JoKn I). Spreckels hns any Idea of
abandoning his purposo to let tho
world know tho circumstances under
which his aged father, Clans Sprcck
els, wroto tils last will, giving the ma
jority of Ids millions 'to Ilinloipli
Spreckels, the nm who had been his
bitterest enemy for jears, and who
had chniged his father with fraud.
On the contrary. It Is Bnld, both
sides aro preparing for a contest, in
which It Is promised that the full his
tory of tho making of Clans 8preckels'
will, when he was past 78 years old,
will bo told In plain language
"I want no settlement, and would
accopt none, wore It to bo offered,"
says John D. Sprcckels. Ho Insists
thnt ho Is fighting for truth nnd prin
ciple, and Iliidnlph hns shown no In
clination to disbelieve this statement.
The attorneys In tho suit nro Morri
son, Coo & Ilrobeck, for John D. nnd
his brother Adolph, and it is said
that Samuel Shortrldgo and Peter F.
Dunne will appear later on tlio Bide of
Attorney C. S. Wheeler has been tho
topresentativo of Rudolph In the case
but yesterday dishing & dishing
were substituted Tor him, it being und
crstood Hint Wheeler wns too busy at
tending to tho privnto affairs of Hit
Tho caso comes Itno court on a de
murrer filed by John D. and Adolph,
after Rudolph had petitioned tho court
to allow him to tako possession of tho
millions bequeathed to him In tho
Tho brothers, who had shown no
anxiety for hnsto during tho earlier
tinges of the proceedings, following
tho filing nf tho will, now seek to pre
vent Rudolph from securing an order
for distribution. At tho same time tho
demurrer nttneks tho validity of the
will and opens a fight In which It Is
asserted that tlio story of n feud of
many years will bo told.
Just how much morn tho estate Is
worth than tho 110.000.000 value
placed upon It by tho executors Is not
known. Without Its distribution, all
of tho children aro rated ns vvorth
moro than n million each except tho
daughter, Mrs. Ferris.
It Is not believed that John I), and
A. U. Spreckels lmvo any feeling
against their sister. Their hostllo at
tltudo towards their two brothers Is
If the lower court sustains tho de
murrer nnd tho action Is later on up
held by tho Supremo Court, luwyors
eny that Clans Spreckels' property will
havo to bo dlvi'dqd among tho children
and widow the same as If lie had died
Intestate. Tho Fair will decision Is
what John D. and A. n. Sprcckels' at
torneys aro depending upon to have
either tho demurrer sustained or the
will knocked out eventually.
The recent decision of the Supremo
Court In the Sutro caso will have no
bearing on tho Spreckels contest be
cause In tho former decision a trust
for chnrlty Is Involved. It was de
clared void hecauso of its vagueness.
Rudolph nnd August Sprcckels to
gether with their fnther, had a New
York lawyer named Cook help ilrjw
up tho will. For tills work he Is re
ported to havo been paid a fee of
J50 000. Cook Is said to havo n great
reputation for drawing up wills which
can pass tho scrutiny of tho courts.
If tho demurrer Is eventually not
sustained and the cnec has to bo tried
before n Jury, It is said much of tho
evidence will disclose n great deal of
tho family history of tho Spreckoli.
nnd that it will bo sensational in tho
extreme becauso for tnuny years tho
father dlsp!acd great enmity ngalnst
Rudolph nnd August Sprcckels,
THEY WANTT0 KNOW
Tho following letter from a prom
inent phyMcInn of New Haven Conncc
tlcut to tho Promotion Commltteo, wa3
received by tho Korea, In nnswoi' to
the circular letter to physlclaiiR.
"I wns very glad to receive jour
letter of Juno 30th with refomnco to
tho cllmato of Hawaii and Us dovlru
Lillty as a health and vacation resort.
I should fancy it was Just tho plnco
that many of us havo boon looking
for. Will you please tell mo dcllnltcly
how tho prlccH for boaid and loom per
week rnw nnd also what prices nro
(iinrupii for passage from Snn Finn-
185 editorial rooms J5(J bust
ies office, These are the telephone
lumbers o. trie Bulletin office.
Special Sale of
In Silks, Panamas and Voiles
Sale Monday Morning, Aug. 16th
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
MEETING OF '
Board of Supervisors in Angelio Con
clave Pass Upon Many Things,
But Do Nothing Quinn vs.
Quinn on Road Improvement.
Iloiupiets promiscuously hcnttcrcd
was the only Interesting thing nhoiit
tho Hoard of Supervisors' meeting last
right, tho absence of Supervisor Ay
lett doing away with the casus belli of
much warm argument.
Tho communication' to tho board by
the Commltteo on Schools In icgard
to the request of tho Iloaid of Public
Instruction thut tho Supervisors sup
ply tho schools necessary parapher
nalia was commented on In mild aston
ishment. The ptiriHiit of it was print
ed exclusively by the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n hiBt
week. Tho Uoard of Public IitHti no
tion wero given n few modest hints -n
to tho manner to conduct their own
Clem Quinn, with other residents of
Paloln Valley, were again on deck to
kick about the roads In tho valley. Tho
Supervisors havo promised good roads
In Pnlolo tlmo nnd time ngaln blit
nothing has ever been dono with It.
Supervisor Quinn stated that ho didn't
think the Road -Committee had enough
funds on hand to begin at once. Sunny
Jim has said this every time. The
commltteo passed favorably on n peti
tion to open a lano from I.uxo to Hero
tanla and promised to macadamize It
If tho residents could Eccuru a right
of way. Soveral other road Improve
ments wero also passed ujon fnv dr
ably. Attorney Quinn will kick next
time. Nothing like persevcrence.
A largo ninount of routine vvoik vvnt
gono through with tho customary de
partmental reports and regular work.
ARMORY REPORT CONSIDERED.
At tho .special -meeting this after
noon called to consider tho Armory
project, tho Merchants' Association
considered the1 report of fleorgo V
Smith, chiilininn of tlio Armory Com
nilttec rnd permanent plana win he
mndn to push tho mutter forward.
The rrnort favois Ili3 raising of
fJII.PPO lv D'ipuhr subscription, names
several rltoi available, nnd suggests
a modem (Ire proof building. It Is
thought that tho money can bo raised
within n short tinio, nnd before tho
meeting adjourns, n deflnlto ll.-.o of
action will bo ndopted and special
committees selected to handlo tho sub
fccrlptlon raising and other details.
Bulletin Businesr Office Phone 210
qnlMln Editorial Rnnm Phnn 1R5
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King- and Bishop Sts.
On Display at our Garage
FRANKLIN "D" T00RINQ CAR.
AGENTS 1'OR THE KISSEL KAR
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANESR YOUNO BUILDINO.
For Sale Choice lot of
Ex Steamer Lurline.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
The W.W.WRICHT C0..Ltd.
King and South Streets,
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard.
Miss Kate WoodarJ
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery snd No
tions. Shirtwaists. Gloves nnd Tin.
dcrwear. Orders taken inr nil Whirl
of fancy work. Telephone 287.
Mrs. E. M.TAYLOR
Alexander Youiir Building.
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