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Nippon iMnru Aug. 21
For San Francisco:
China, Aug. 17
Mnrnma Aug. 20
Makura Aug. 17
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VOL, XI. NO. 4389.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY, AUGU8T 16, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
JAPAN'S PRIME GOING TO SAN FRANCISCO
CONSPIRACY TRIAL : ARQUMENT OPENS
TOKIO. Auc. 10. The covenv
ment announced today that the Jap
anese cruiser Admuza will leave here
September 15, bearing Prince Shi
madzo, who will carry the Rood
wishes of Japan to San Francisco on
the occasion of the great Pcrtola
WASHINGTON, Aujr. 10. The
seismic instruments in this city re
corded an earthquake at five min
utes past two this morning. It took
place two thousand five .hundred
miles distant, arid the scientists
think it may have been in Mexico.
Find Old Coin
WASHINGTON, Auf. 16. Dur
ing an excavation on the banks of
the Patomac today workmen un
earthed a number of skeletons and a
coin bearing the date of 1720.
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 10. The mag
nificent liner Lucania that was sunk
at her dock to prevent total destruc
tion by fire will be raised and re
paired. Heat Deaths
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 10. Several
deaths occurred here today from the
excessive heat that is prevailing.
Attorney W. A. Klmipy for thu proa
trillion began liU millions boron) tho
Jiirj In the conspiracy trial this loom
ing. In opening IiIk argument Mr. Kin
"floiitlemcn of tho Jury: Wo luio
boon 'ninny long weary days (IiIh hot
summer on thin r.it.o, nliil all over n
iiiimu misdemeanor. Tlio chnrgo Ik
tnirli n charge lli.il It mljslit, hne been
tiloil nml sentonco iaKotl hy a police
ni.ifilHlr.ile, subject to tlio right of "!'
peal of tlio (lofomlaiit to a Jury. It be
longs lo the class whero the extrcmo
penalty In only n jour, but It doos still
belong to a claSH whom, by rointunn
consent, no tlmo hns liccn vnntoil, In
riuvitlng wteles of consideration to tlio
ctiso In hnml, lii'cniiHu 'groit things
Miinctline have small beginnings,'
nml fioni Hint Ktmiilpolnt, no more
linportiuil case Iiiih over gono lioforc n
Jni) of tlio rounlry than tlio ono now
tS Oovcrnor Trear has at last 8
it completed Ills report to tho Sec- tt
tt retury of the Interior and hopes tt
tt to forward It to Washington on tt
tt tomorrow's boat. Tlicro are 34 tt
tt or 35 articles Included, arranged tt
tt on tho sanio plan as was his last tt
tt ycar'H reort which fnvorihly lm- tt
tt pressed Washington officials. Scv- tt
tt eral new subjects have, been tt
tt dwelt upon this tlmo. U. S. Navy tt
tt and .Military Affairs recclvo n tt
tt chapter's attention, nml tho rest tt
tt of tlio report Is m a do up chiefly of tt
tt recapitulation of tlio work of tho tt
tt various departmental staffs, and H
tt tho general nffnlrs of the Islands, tt
ttTho Ooxcrnnr will probably leavo tt
tt for Mnul tomorrow with Mr. and tt
tt Mrs. U-lghton and Mr. Medcnhnll. U
tt Pinfessor Mend of tho University tt
U of Chicago also expects to bo In tt
tt tho party. tt
Small Hoy "Mamma sent mo to get
n hairbrush for her."
Druggist "What kind does bIio
Small Boy i'l don't know; but I
wnnt ono with a soft hack."
Lead in style, materials
and workmanship. This
is no idle statement.
Come in and see our
Summer and Fall styles
and you will agree
with our claims.
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel
nliout lo bo committed to your hands.
"The charge Ih consplt.io. A con
piracy Ih defined under our stntuto to
ho an follows: 'A conspiracy In n
in.illcloiiH or fraudulent cotnbluallnn
lor mutual undertaking or concerting i
together by two or mora to commit
any offence, or to Institute, anyone,
thereto or to chaw nil) one therewith,!
or to do what plainly anil directly
tends to excito or occasion olfense or
v. lint Is obviously nml directly wrong. I
ful niul Injurious to another." In u
wide stntuto of that kind tlio statute
Kites examples f what tlio legislators
have In mind, nml one of tlio exnmploH
given hy tlio Legislature of this coun
try was this. 'To prevent another, by
Indirect and sinister menus, from e
nclslng his trnilo and to Impoverish
him.' That was given hy mere wny of i
! "Conspiracies may bo to do a great
" (Continued on Page 3)
HIGH HENRY TO
LEAVE ON .CHINA
HAY CALL ON BANKER'S
FATHER IN CHICAGO.
Imprisoned Bigamist Asks That Offi
I cial Carry Words of Cheer to
Parents in Windy City.
On his first vacation for ten years,
High Sheriff William Henry leaves
on the liner China tomorrow for a
trip of two months' duration to the
mainland. The High Sheriff's duties
.In connection with the recent strike
were particularly onerous, and ho
feels that ho Is entitled to a rest
and, Incidentally, an opportunity to
visit his many relatives and friends
In tho good old state of Maine.
High Sheriff Henry's reputation
as a peace officer wus greatly
strengthened by tho events of the
past few months, and now that the
activities of thu agitation association
are permanently ended ho can leave
the affairs bf his office in tho hands of
his assistant, Patrick Oleason, deputy
Incidentally, Raymond M. Baker, the
joung Chicago bigamist, has asked the
High Sheriff to call on his parents in
Chicago and tell them how he Is "do
ing" In Hawaii, Mr. Baker Is now
serving a three-year sentenco In the
Oaliu penitentiary, haing married
Mrs. Eva Wallace while he' had a wife
living In Chicago, Baker has usked
the High Sheriff to "visit the folks"
and his request will bo granted Jf the
Chicago stop-over Is long enough,
"I will Fpcnd most of my tlmo down
In Maine," said the High Shorlff this
BOMB ONE IS HEINO INJURED
KVEIIY DAY. TODAY IT MAY BE
YOU. WHY NOT BE PROTECTED
BY AN ADEQUATE ACCIDENT
POLICY? IT COSTS LITTLE AND
BAKER HAS A
Raymond M.llakcr, tho joung
Chlcngonii, who, was recently sen
tenced 10 a unco years term in me
Ouhu prison on ils pleu of guilty lo
a charge of bigamy for having mar
iled Mrs. Evil Wultucu while he had
u wife and child' In the Windy City,
has u relative ih Honolulu, accord
ing to the Information contained In
n letter that bus been received by
the young man JTiom his mother.
Sum Macy, formerly u hack in
spector, Is the iunn, and his rela
tionship 'to Dakar Is traced through
the fact that yeirs ugo one of Mrs.
Baker's male relatives came to the
Islands and married.
In the letter (hat linker received
from his mother itt is suggested that
Mr. Macy might 'take un Interest In
the welfare of tho young man bc
causo of the relationship, and sug
goats that IIak(r should communi
cate with Macy! with that end In
Tlie letter also states nn obvious
fact when It says that while Baker
will not find It convenient to call on
Mr, Macy, that the latter might find
It possible to visit the prison now
nod then and make a weary routine
a little more endurable) for tio man
of many wives.
CHINESE iSIGN .
BEACH ROM) PAPERS
Agree to Do Work of Removing
Buildings and Accept Board's
Appraisement of Valuations and
Tho Ave Chinese, huls, or companies
who occupied leases on the Kalaunul
beach road toduy called 'at Mayor
Kern's olllce, and signed tho papers of
release prepared by Secretary Ttlven
burgh. The Chinese agree to remove
all of tho buildings themselves, and
are to accept such sums ob are fixed
by the Board of Supervisors to cover
tho valuation of the work, pa) ment t
be made within fifteen days after the
buildings have been moved.
Tlie closing of this deal new gives
tho County a clear right of way to com
plete the Kalaunul beach road, and
mrveyors will go to work shortly to
line up the right of way. Work on
that part of tho road will bo pushed
as fast as txissihle, as It has been for
some tlmo a dangerous section of
beach highway over which to trnol.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aue, 16. Su-
trar Beets. 88 analysis. Hi 3d.
Parity, 4.37 cents. Previous .quo
tation, 111 41-ftl.
morning In speaking of his trip. "It Is
now ten years since I havo been back
In my old homo I was born lu Boston
and I don't think I will have much,
time for anything else but visiting in
the old state. I will" sco Baker's fath
er In Chicago If 1 have time and Inci
dentally seo the stockyards,"
High Sheriff Henry will leave on his
well earned vacation with many a sin
cere bon voyage.
Made fresh erery day. We
are in a position to"ell'you
Hotel near Union.
Reaches all parts of the city. Care
ful driven. Prompt service.
territorial messenger ser
PRATT MAKES GOOD
OFFER FOR INSTRUMENTS.
Is Asked to Prepare Plans and Speci
fications for Installing Auto
matic Telephones in 'Mutual
It now looks as If the automatic bjs
tern of telephones will be Installed by
tho Mutual Telephone Co, In the place
of the old Bell Instruments now In use,
but the directors of the company hate
not ot acted definitely,
Mr. Piatt of tho Automatic Tele
phone Co. todny mado his ri'ixirt to
tho officers of his Investigations, of
fering (81,7SO for tho old machines. It
has depended upon this to a great ex
tent as to wheth'er the company would
consider the deal. They eldcntly
look upon It finonibly. for Mr. Carter
Btntcd this morning that they have
now asked Mr. Piatt for plans, specifi
cations and details for the Installation
of the Instruments. This would not
have been requested had they not con
sidered tho offer acceptnblu.
30,915 DEAD ONES'
RECEIVED LAST YEAR
HONOLULU HAS 'ONLY
BUREAU ON PACIFIC,
Large Variety of Business Trans
acted Here Transportation
and Redistribution All Handled
' From This Point.
Few people here realize that the
Honolulu postofflce has tho only Dead
Letter Bureau outside of Washington
in the servlco, for handling general
unniallablo matter. During the past
year 30,915 pieces of mall matter, held
for postage, misdirected and miscel
laneous reasons, were received at this
postoiilco and disposed of through the
dead letter bureau.
For n city of Its size no othor post-
office transacts the amount of genoral
business done bore.1 The office of the
Superintendent of Transportation Is
located In Honolulu, and under his de
partment Is bandied the outgoing and
Incoming mall on the different lines of
steamships. Upon Postmaster Pratt's
shoulders, however, falls the actual
responsibility and work of taking off
tho malls, redistributing them, send
ing them to all points of tho compass.
While many offices In cities tho popu
lation ot Honolulu transact moro act
ual mall business within a year, few
have the grcut variety of work that Is
This is especially noticeable In the
money order department. The Hono
lulu postoiilco might bo called an "x
change center" for Government mon
ey orders. A man arriving here with
a money order drawn In Japan, China
or some other foreign country In the
western Pacific cannot get the coin
on that order direct, but ho must bo
Identified by a list system In vogue,
then a new ordor Is Issued, he signs
a receipt If ho wishes it cashed, and
gets his money. As far as can be
learned, there will be no cliaugo in
tho transportation system of .handling
malls for a year at least.
Next Fruit Boat
S.S. Alameda, Aug. 18
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
tt A meeting of the (1cner.il anil tt
tt Executive Committee' for the on- tt
tt tertitlnment of the Congressional tt
tt party arriving here on the 30th. tt
tt will be lield this oenlng at the ti
tt (kuernor's ofllco In the capitol. tt
tt Communications have been re tt
tt col veil from Hawaii nml Kauai, tt
tt whoe consideration will probibly it
tt result In the fixing of u dt Unite K
tt program for those Islands. It tt
tt has been decided that tho nrty tt
tt will leave for Kami on a special tt
tt trip of the Mnuna Koa on the tt
tt Sunday night following their nr- tt
tt rival In Honolulu. They will It
tt spend the entire tlmo between tt
tt their arrival bore und their de tt
tt parturo for Kauai touring this Is- tt
tt land and a committee to arrnngo tt
tt for their local entertainment will tt
1 tt be appointed tonight. tt
Machlila, a Japanese who has
been suffering from consumption (or
the past j ear, vas found dead tills
morning In his room at the (loo Kin
The man, who wns a devout Cath
olic, hatl been absolutely deserted bv
the other Japanese on account nf hl
beln u christian. Dr, Atncknll had
beentfem!lng" the deceased, and usl
there Is no doubt of thu cause of his !
death there will be no Inquest.
DeBolt Is Target
Of The Nippu Jiji
Agltntlon Organ In Saturday's issue
Intimates That Rulings Of Court
HaveNot Been Result Of Desire
To Deal Justly Wi.h Defense.
Despite the ordor contained In tho
Injunction that was Issued against
the strike leaders out of Judge Rob
inson's court, the Nlppu JIJI contin
ues to exhibit Its contempt for tho
courts of the Territory. Instead of
making any pretense of adhering to
the provisions of tho Injunction and
refraining from publishing Its at
tacks, the JIJI's Saturday Issue Is
particularly strong In Its condemna
tion of the ruling ot Judge De Dolt
und In a general way shows Its con
tempt for the courts of Justice In the
Territory of Hawaii,
The Saturday Issue of the Jilt con
tains a number ot reflections on
Judge De Dolt, and Intimates In a
decided way that his decisions have
been Influenced by ulterior consid
erations, and not by an unbiased In
terpretation of the luw
"If this paper was published with
in the conflnes of the Ilritlsh Em
pire," said Professor Denlng this
morning, "It would be a very brief
You may le Comfortable and not Happy, but you
cannot be perfectly Happy unless you are Comfortable.
Dress your feet in a pair of our
White Canvas Blucher
And that will ro a long- way toward making you happy.
.They are cool and easy,
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.,
DOYER FELL AND
LOST HIS KIDNEY
SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO
A WELL-KNOWN MAlv
Falls Donw Stairs nt Home and Dis
places Kidney Undergoes Ope
ration at the Queen's Hospi
tal. Frank () llo)or. nsslntnnl tmnagi
of the Dearborn Drug nml Chenilci.
Works, whs the letlm of an iinusu.
nml serious acildcnl last ou'iilng, nu
ho Is now n patient nt the Queen's hoi
pltal under the care of Dr Slrauh.
llojer Hies III thu lclnlly of tl
lta Id Transit Company's nlllccs nn
during the late hours of thu uttcruoo
visited the company's plunge for n
twlm. It wns after entering thu homo
on llcrUanla street, whom ho resides
that the accident befell him. On
reaching the head of the stairs Doir r
missed his footing nml in some wnv
Tel! the full length or the stnlrr
wrenching his back nml side.
At the hospital nn examination b;
Dr. Judd illsclo-eil tho fact that 0111
of .Mr. llocr's klduos was displaced
by the shock of the full and would
havo to bu romou'd. The operation
was successful and tho reMirt rrom tin
hospital this morning wns to tho of
rect that llojer was resting easily nml
ero wns lltllu'i! inner of roiupllc.i
Hojer Is well known ami popular nipt "
his unfortunate accident will be bean'
with regret by many.
tlmo befoio Its editors were placet
In Jail for contempt or court."
The JIJI's reflections on Judge D-
Holt lire obvious nml plainly join
within tlio offence mentioned by
Tho Manna Hotel will gloanoTr
or of their onjojalilo dances tonight.
In honor of tho officers on board th
U. S. S. llurfalo. Local Army nii'l
Navy people and townsfolk aro cor
dially Invited to attend.
"Johnny." said Eva to hnr lirntlim
"why does Undo Henry Bay 'to ci
so much when ho talks?"
"Well," replied Johnny; "nccordlm,'
to tho old prmcrb, 'to err Is human
so I guess thut mtiBt bo tho reason."
Hollister Drug Co.
1051 Fort St.