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Nippon Mnru Aug. 21
y For San Francisco:
Mnuchurii Aug. 21
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VOL. XI. NO. 4394
JAIL AND FINE FOR CONVICTED AGITATORS
DENING'S RESPONSE TO SUBPOENA
Rapid Transit Company
Acts Favorably On
WILL PUT ON SPECIAL
CAR TO MAKE SCHEDULE
President Peck Says Company Wants
to Give Patrons Worth of Money
and More Will Cater
to Needs of People.
Itcsldcnts of KalinuU ro to luivo
h ten mlniitcH Micet ear scrvliu nt
tlnu-ii dining tlio day when llic tiuv
ol Is llio heaviest. 11 will piob.ibly
lit- iiiroiiipllshcil liy tlio liilioiluetlnn
fir mi Intormcdlnto inr tliat will run
iilinnst tn tho ciul or tliu lino within
the ton nilniito limit. It now tubes
twelve minutes fiom the Junction to
the terminus, mi It wouM lie Impos
sible on n ten minutes fcchodiile to
operntu n ear III tlio end ntul luick to
the HWlleli wltliinit tin owing the en
tile service out of gear.
At ii meeting of the Oh return ot
the Uiipht Transit Company yester
ilny, President I.. Tonney l'ecl: mnilo
tlio suggestion of putting on tho In
tel mediate ear In order to boIvo the
ten minute schedule nuked for""by
tlio residents of thnt section. The
twenty nilnutu cars will run on tuoli
usual headway, reaching Pawns
Junction, however, simultaneously
with llio KIiir Btreet cars. Whllo
pa ti (ins of Kiilumkl nnd Pnlolu will
have to walk n short distance to
catch the new special car It In the
only way In which tho company can
solvo tho problem with roferenco to
mi approximate linlnncc of bervlco
nnd revenue, hut the expected
giowlh of the traffic. It la hoped,
will Justify the move.
Mr. Perk said about tho service at
Kalmiild this morning when Inter
viewed: "Wo want to (?lvo tho peo
ple out theto n better sen Ice, nnd
our decision nt tho meeting yester
day "as bused on n Ion minute nor
vice for the bbslest bourn by tho In-
liodiirllon of an lliterniedlalo rar
which will run almost to tho ondot
llic Hue In bat time. The dlfllculty
out I here about giving tbrm u Ion
minute servlin la that the Hue was
mi extended that It lakes twelve
Minutes f i oiii the Junction lo reach
the terminal. However, this plan
will provo n derided benellt. We
figuru not only In giving tho Kalmii
1.1 pillions tho worth ot their money,
but u llttlo more."
Knill Ilorndt of tho Knlmukl Im
provement Club was greatly pleated
(Continued on Page 3),
Made to Your Order
Some men cling to the made-to-order idea in clothing.
These men will appreciate the Alfred Benjamin made-to-order
service. Wo take your measure and guarantee the
fit of the garments,
Great variety of new samples just received. Now is
the time to make your selection.
The Kash Co.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
' Humor has It that tho slrlku leaders
Miikluo, Nognro and Tnsaka will soon
leave fur l.iibalna. Maul, wbrnco they
will pi iiMiund tlio Island m collect
money for the purpose or eurrliig on
ibelr rasu to tho Biiprciuu Court of
the United Stales. Piiim Miml, tlicy
will go to Hawaii aur. pioliably to
Kauai to do tho same thing. Ah nono
of I hem coiilil bo UMched today, tho
glory could not bo substantiated.
.Many iiimors arc nlso being report
ed In the Japanese colony about tho
futuio ot tho Ktilke lenders, fiomo ;n
tnrinitlniiH ln been received at tlto
iifflro of thu Hawaii Shlnpo. stating
that llio ugi'iits of tho Honolulu IIIkIj-
r Wago Aixiclatlim went down to
Kwa uka nnd urged tho Japaueso lull
rrers thoro to strike ngnln. Tim
agents, according to Information re
tolvod In town today, told tho labor
ers that Hie pl.inleis will surely give
("Continued on Pago 5)
Chambers of Commerce
West of Frisco May
Ily vestordny's mall Secretary
Wood of tho Promotion Committee
received n letter from Arthur V.
I'rnnrls, president of the Trnns-Mls-slsslppl
Commercial Congress, In re
ply to tho former's lottcr asking for
place for Hawaii next year,
Tho Congicss tnkes In lcprosonta
tlvos finin nil Chambers of Com
merce west ot tho Hither ot Waters,
and Mr. Wood's proposition was to
tho effect that they should, at their
next conferrnre, lake In all tho Pa
rlllo mid Oriental Chambers to ac
iiialnt,,thoiiiKclvcs with tho htntus
of nffnliK thioiiRliout tho South Seas.
' In reply Mr. Krancls mild In part:
"In rofeicueo to tho plans of tit o
1910 loiiricih, thny are yet In em
bryo. Immediately upon tho ad
journment of Congress I fnncy that
tho nxcrutlvo comiulttco will out
, lino MimcthliiR of Interest aloiiR this
lino. I will keep you posted."
14 PAGES. HONOLULU TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY,
TEN MONTHS AND FINE OF
$300 IS SENTENCE GIVEN
TO THE CONSPIRATORS
:t "It Is tho JudRiucnt of this tt
tt court that ou M. Ncgoio, you V. U
St Tnsaka. jou V. Kogu nnd you, !'. tt
tt K. Makluo, bu counned in the St
SS (Mini J. ill for a term of ten tt
St mouths and pay n fine of S300.00." St
tt This was tho senteueo pro- tt
tt pounced this mornliiR by Circuit St
tt .IiiiIru Do Holt on the four con- tt
tt vlclcil .l.ipnnuso conspirators. Thu tl
SS sentence came, nflei Attorney SS
St l.lRlitrout tor tho defensa had SI
St nrRiied since !) o'clock In rup SS
SS port of n motion for nriest of U,
SS JuilRiiient which It took .ludgu Do .1
SS Holt about two minutes lo deny. SS
St N'cRoro, Soga mid Tnsaka secmel
to legard tho court proceedings In a '
curious light, but Maklnii maintained !
thu mulling attitude that has char
acterized him since thu beginning of
Hall was fixed by .ludgu Do Holt nt
tl-loo on thu suggestion of Attorney
Primer, It being necessary for each'
mail to present sorties fur that unjount
THE WAIPO LANDS-
Ten Thousand Is Sum
Paid For Fifty
Tho formal transfer of Ihu fifty acru
tract of laud known ns Wulpo I'enln
sula. 1'enrl Harbor, fiom tho II Kstiito
lo tho United Slates Government de
clined today when (ho deed was
flgued and thu Federal nuthoiltlcs
mint Into possession of thu tract
uhlcli will flguro prominently In tho
fortification uorks that tho govern
ment will const! net for the defensu of
its inld-Paclllc harbor.
Tho land was acquired through con
demnation piocccdlugs In thu United
Stutes District Court nnd Its vuluo wai
flod nt thu sum or $10,000. Thu bind
would hnvo been transferred to tlio
Federal flnveniniont sumo tlino ago
had It not boon for n question that
arose as lo whether thu fishing lights
accompanied tho acquirement through
tho condemnation proceedings. U. H
District Attorney Heckons said this
morning that Undo Ham did not pio
poso lo go Into tho fishing business,
but ho did not uaut to havu his for
tifications embarrassed by some hold
er of fishing rights landing and drying
his nets on n gun carriage or powder
THAT YOU MAKE A
CONSULT OUIt TRUST DIJPAUT
MKNT. DELAYS AltE DANGER
OUS. Trust Department
Hawaiian Trust Company,
Bulletin Advertisings Good
nt 10 o'clock Wednesday mornliiR, tho
I resent bond being allotted to con
tinue until thill t lino and the convicted
men urn i.tlll at liberty.
In denlliiR with tlio ilnls raised
by l.lghlfool lis to tho legality or
thu conviction of tho conplr.itors,
Jiltlgu Do Holt ileclnred that all ot
thCni had received llio consideration
of Die hlKlior courts and that the high
or tiltiuuiils Old not sustain thu posi
tion of the attorney fur thu defense.
As Minn as Jii.Iku Do Hull had eon
(lulled with thu words denting thu
motion In arrest of Judgment Attorney
Cencial Jlomenwny moved that sen-ti-ueu
bo pronounced and Makluo, No
goiii, Soga nnd Tnsaka stood up to
hear the words that mein that It was
the Judgment of thu rourt Hint tboy bo
routine d In O.ihu Jail for ten months
and pay u flue of J"')'i.
The question of bonds pending ni-
peal to the i Suprcnm Court of tho Tor-
iltory was Immediately taken up.
There nn doubt us to tho voiding of
the uoriaV oh whlc,'. l)i four men were
nt liberty during thu trial, hut Jiidgo
mm m mm
tt It lu ttmuiur t1 tn llw Iniitilirm. tt
tt Hon authorities that Special "!
4 JgUlll A, J. UlliptJUIl IS till HIS
tt way to Madeira eru this, to look tt
tt uji tho Portuguese Immigrants tt
!t who liiie upplicd to CJino to 11a- tt
tt wall. tt
t Mr. CamplieH's latest comniun- tt
tt icntlnu with Ihu llo.ird tells or his tt
tt negotiations lor transportation of tt
wv lli.rMiiliiliilin li'l (iii'i'vri itlt iwii in "i
U thu Immigrants, and It Is qultu
tt prohahlo that ho will make thu tt
tt necessary anaugements to huvo tl
tt thu pviqlu ronio by way of thu tt
tt Teliuiiuiepec loulu. tt
tt In this matter Mr. Campbell Is tt
tt dealing ulth President Dearborn tt
tt of thu American Hawaiian, and If tt
tt these people can meet tho 'round tt
tt tho Horn rates, It Is prohahhi tt
tt that a icgular service for liiiiul- tt
tt grants will ho established across tt
tt tho Isthmus. tt
tt An arrangement of this char- V
tt utter will bo a gio.it boon to tlio tt
tt development of thu European liu- tt
tt migration since tho people will tt
tt not bae lo wult (111 n full ship tt
tt load is obtained before they uro M
tt ahlu to start
Bulletin Business Office Phone 2S8,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18A
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DID YOU FORGET?
Our Next Fruit Boat will be th
LURIINE, AUG. 30.
Fruit at its best now.
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
With Rood service and exceptional
cookinp; are to be had at the PALM.
Hotel near Union.
Reaches all parts of the city. Care'
ful driven. Prompt service.
Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
AUGUST 21, 1809. 14 PAOES.
Do-tlolt finally stated that tho orlgln.il
bonds would ho allowed to continue un
til Wodncbdny, when tho new surety
wllf liuvu to lie presented If tlio men
want to remain at liberty.
l.lghtfool thought that $700 would
ho enough to require of each mnn and
Attorney Prosser asked for JltiOO, de
claring that ii lower bond would not
be piotectlng thu Interests of the Ter
ritory and that the four men were now
guilty in thu eje of the law. In this
view .ludgu Dc Holt concurred.
When court convened l.lghtfool Im
mediately presented his motion for nil
a i rest of Judgment and then nsked to
L-u beard In supisirt of thu points
raised. Tho motion challenged tho
jurisdiction of Hie couit to hear and
try tho. ciiho; declared that tho voi
diet of thu Jury was "not worth Ihu
paper It whs vi II ten on" hecnuso of
tho allegation that It was contrary to
tho "uvlilenco and tho weight, pf tho
evldrnco" and Included a number
stntonitntB that tho nvoconuiilrator.i
(Continued on Page 4)
Is Marvel Of
"The now lYderal Judgo Is a wis-
ird" Is about tho way tho attuclies or
' "'u, 8tnU", District Court and
others who frequent that portion of
thu Judiciary building nro beginning
to spoak in regard to Judgo Woodruff,
Into ot Washington.
Tho remarkable nptltudo that Judgo
Woodruff bus idiown In connection
wllh tho handling of Japanese names
end cases Is proving n constant source
of wonder Iq the United States officials
connected wllh tho court.
In speaking of Judgo Woodruff this
morning. United States District Attor
ney III eckons said that tho only way
that one cgnmientutor can account for
Judgo, Woodruff's easo In pronouncing
and remembering llio Japaueso names
In tho cases Hint hnvo conio heforo
lit til Is that hu has some Samurai blood
In his veins. Hut the Judge has de
clined to admit anything of Ilia sort.
Tho Japanese Interpreters nro
among those uho hnvo found causa
for marveling nt tho caso with which
tho now Federal Judgo is pronouncing
tho nnmeu figuring In tlio Japaueso
All sizes of Kodak films nro now in
Mock. Honolulu I'lioto-Supply Co, has
just received 2V4xtli nnd 3',xt'i
sizes to complete their stock. Storo
oeii until 8:.10 tonight.
Hollister Drug Co.
TOPEKA. Kan., Aug. 21. Mar
ion Beakley was kidnapped tod a v.
This young girl had quite a notable
career as the incubator baby of Ui.
St, Louis Exposition. Thousands
viewed the little weakling as she de
veloped in the incubator. The no
lice are hot on the trail of the kid
napocrs. Street Car Men
Lose In Strike
STOCKHOLM, Sweden. Aue. 21.
The street car strike is ended. The
strikers have lost.
Sent To Exile
TULA. European Russia, Auc, 21.
Ousef, secretary to Count Tolstoi,
has been exiled to Perm, a town in
the Ural mountains, for a term of
two years. . His crime is that he cir
culated a pamphlet in which he pre
sented arguments against the death
SF0KANE, Wash., Aug. 21. The
forest fires in the Cour D'ALene sec
tion are unchecked. Millions of dol
lars worth of lumber is being de
stroyed. FLOODS COVER VILLAGES.
MELBOURNE. Australia. Aug. 21.
Swollen rivers are flooding great
areas of Victoria. Whole villages
have been submerged and many fa
talities are reported.
DENVER. Col., Aug. 21. The
Trans-Mississippi Congress adjourn
ed today. The meeting next year
will be held at San Antonio, Texas,
during the month of November.
J. B. STETSON DEAD.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 21. 7. B.
Stetson, one of the leading mer
chants of the city, died today.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 21. Su
gar Beets, 88 analysis, lis 4 l-2d.
Parity. 4,40 cents. Previous quota
tion. Us 7 l-2d.
BASEBALL, FOOTBALL. BOWLING. RUNNING, SPRINT
ING AND GYM SHOES.
We have just received, a big shipment of Witchcll
Sheill Co.'s athletic shoes, and we desire to call the atten
tion of all baseball players to our new tan willow calf
hand-made baseball shoe. It's a pippin.
Manufacturers1 Shoo Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St. Phone 282.
Strangers in Honolulu, who are
without homes, will find the right
place quickly by using Bulletin
Want Ads. OldtTmers with housso
to rent, can best do it by using Bui
1 c t i n Want Ads.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ABUSE OF PROCESS
Affidavits Allege Bad
Faith On Part Of
BALL0U WILL MOVE TO
QUASH SUBPOENA ISSUED
On the Ground That nn Attempt Is
Mudc to Interfere With the
Sailing of Professor
Charging that bark of I.lghtfoofs
published threat to hao Prof. Wnl- '
cr Dciilug arrested and detained
icro ns it wHwph In llio rnso of tho
I'onltory against Y. Soga, and thu
iilbpoonn lssued to have Dcnltig np
tear In-Torn .ftiflgo Do Holt on Sep
icmhcr 1. tho dale of the trial, Is
Imply u dire on the part or tho
Higher Wage Asyorlatlon attorney
mil client lo annoy nnd Interfero
with tho plans or t'rof Denlng In
.ailing for Japan on Augunt 2S,
ludgu H.illou will on Monday morn-
ig llio ii motion In Judge Do Holt's
iM. In qirish tlio subpoena for
'Citing's ttppe.iraiHC. It iead3 nn
"JJrnv ronii'H Walter Denlng, mov
ant heroin, by his attorneys, Kin
ney, I'rosvr, llallou & Anderson,
and moves this honorable rourt
heroin Issued on Hid second day of
August, 1 Don, requiring him to bo
nnd nppenr before llio llouorablo J.
T. Do Holt on Wednesday, tho first
of September, nnd thereafter from
time to time until said innso should
be disponed of, ho quashed and set
aside on tho ground that Irsuanco of
raid subpoena Is an above of process
of tho court, nnd not Issued with n
bona lido desire and Intention ot
requiring Ihu movant in appear ns
u witness for nnd on behalf of thn
defendant on said case for the pur
pose of giving necessary mid mnter
lal evldoncp therein."
The motion Is based nu iiflldnvlts
sworn to by 1'iof. Denlng and ! XI.
billon, lu which tho purpoiuM nt At
torney l.lghtfoot are given for desiring
to detain Denlng here
OF MYSTIC REALM
Dr. Kredeilo Hell, PH. I).. tho gifted
apostle of occultism ami thu ucvr
thought Is paying his fourth ilflt to
Honolulu on his way lo Australia from
India nnd will deliver a l"lti:i: lectin o
to ladles mid gentlemen on (ho lannl
nt tho I toy a I Hawaiian Hotel Tuesday
afternoon, August "lib, nt .1 o'clock.
Hubjeet- "Tho Story of My Strugglo
lor Truth and Liberty; or Why F U-tt
Die I'ulplt tor tho llroader Platform
of thu Occult." All honest Invobtlgat
ors cordially Invited.
Thn llnest singing and music nt tho
fiom Tbentrr. Sam Xnlno.i nnd com
pany will bu beard In thn latest suc
cesses this ovenlng.
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