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VOL. XI. NO. 4452.
S FADES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1009. 8 FADES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ESULTS OF PROMOTION
. . . . M ,
J' -" Hfl
f S , ,- -
Over $50,000 Distributed
Among Various Worthy
SUGAR MAGNATE FOLLOWS
CUSTOM BEFORE SAILING
Recipients Are Very Otateful for
the Gifts Giver Declines toj
maKe i.isi ruouc vuuuhuiu
Range From $1,000 Upward.
Aicuiding tn Ilia usual custom
iiilur to tailing for Uio tnnliilnnil,
W. (!. Irwin cnlinld) puscnted to
nil ut tho wrili ihatltiblo lnstltu-1 WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. Lee
tloim of iliu ill) ii suiittiintlai dona- McClung, treasurer of Yale College,
t lin Tin- Bum U pipsiiinril tii hk-j has been appointed Treasurer of the
gngntc III the nilghhoitiood f $50." 'united states.
IIUO. Whllo no (iL'lliillf lint of the,
orcunlrutlnns hcnclltled tould ho
hecurud, iiiikiiik them me lcpnrlod to
liu the AHSOtliited ClintltliM, Knplo
1 nil .Maternity Home. I'm ttiKurot
t'h irllnlile Botlctk'M, Chlldiens
llnnio. SilMiiiilh Wesley Homo, Cath
olic Chin ih nnd Salvation Aimy.
'Iliu 1'ot ttiKtiuio Chat Itulilo Society
iccelxed n iheiK for $1,000, for"
whlih thu nnitem nip ery Biateful
nnd iislvcd the II ul let In to ni.iKo
t In Ir aiicilallnn imlilli.
FREMONT, Ohio, Sept. 23. Rear i
Ailmiial John Howe Clarke is ill. I
At his advanced age, 72, little hope ,
is held for his recovery. He was
born in Greenland, N. H., April 10,
1837. Ho giaduatcd from Dart
mouth College in 1857 and Harvard
Medical School in 1831. He entered
the U. S. Navv asassistaut surgeon!
October 19, 1001, was promoted sur-1
geon May 14, 18G7, medical inspeoj
tor January C, 1883, medical direc
tor 1893, and retired with the rank
of Rear Admiral April 10.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 23. Su-'
gar Beets, 88 analysis, lis 8 l-4d, !
Parity, 4.47 cents. Previous quota-1
tion, lis 9d.
Choice new materials
IRWIN MAKES MANY
WF.W VOTJV Knr. 2!1 Warnhltw
of all nations are assembling in tliej
waters of the bay to participate in
the great Hudson-Fulton celebration.
The British nnd German ships arc
due to arrive today.
Mr McClutiK wan lioin in Knox
lllo, Tom!., March 26, 1870. Ho
inteiud Kxcter A(.idcm, Uxctcr, N.
II, In 188 1, graduated there In
18XS nnd fiom Vale In IS'.r:. Un
man led, he traicled extenshely
thioueh Kin ono and tho United
stiitm, was appointed traffic nuna'
kit of Southern Hallway Company
In I VOL'. Was mndu ticamuer of
Vale Colleee In 1901. Ho la u dlrcc
toi In Nuw lliion National Hank,
mid Identified with tho lending socio
ties of New Ihnen. Ho traveled ox
tennhely in South America In 1907.
lie was pa matter of tho St. I'aul
U Dulllth Il.illro.id In 1891.
It waB tho Intention of U. S. At
torney llreilions and Marshal Hen
dr) to innKo u trip to Kniial today
for the purpose of collecting tho
balancu duo In tho execution of tho
old emliezlement inse of u Kauai
pcntm. inter borne time ago. Iho of
llclnld icceutl went over nnd vuc
ceided In lollecting $1,000 on tho
ncioiint, and tho balance was prom
ised boon. vrho sureties on tho bond
ueio notified that tho remainder
mutt bo paid, and the oflleers ueiu to
go this evening when the money
due, $n.lLM7, was paid In this morn
ing. Thus tho matter has been
closed up after niiifh hard worlc and
cousldciuhlo patience on tho part or.
the Keilsrnl oflkers.
BULLFtiN Ana v
always find satisfac
and full line of sizes
& Hotel St, "
SETS TRAVEL TIDE
Acting Secretary Cooper
Says Things To
EXPOSITION RESULTS AND
uiimt uic Slav cDCfT
WHAT WE MAT EXPECT
Ons Fnthusinst Writes to His Home
raper ueuing in Aoucn wiin
wr. Wood's Tremendous Mass
Acting 3ecretiir Will J. Cooper of
tho Promotion Committee In his Ut
ter prcpaied for tho meeting this af
ti'iuoon taktH tho occasion to tell the
Committee or home of tho good resulti
for which It In responsible, Mr. Coop
ir has ricently returned from n tour
of duty at thu Alaska-Yukon i:poid-
Hon ami hu ma therefore speak with,
uiu uiitiidiii) ui oiiu iresn irom inu
field of action. His litter follows:
Now Hint tho ttdo of trn:l has set
towards Hawaii In such olunio that
trnnsnortntlon fjcllltlcit nr Hwumtt'd
In tliclr efforts to handle It, I lolleo
Hint vii mnv lio nnrdonffl for clnlnilnc
crullt for n large measure of theso ro-
suits. It lins.liccn thn BtoRdy, imro-
milting, consistent work or this body
for thu Jiast flvu jenrs In sowing seetl,
which Is now beginning to field n great
hnrest; nnd the work wu nro doing
today will bo bringing results for many
jears to come. I mention this because
I helloo that during tho past sumuioi
moro of our people have como to roal-j
1th thn .iliit nf thn llnwiill I'ronintion
Company's work than thoy ever did be-
foru. Moro than usual h.no lioen, on
thu mainland during tho pnBt fow
months, and all hnvu been forced to
recognlzo tho eNhlcnces of our w'brk.
Only Organized Work.
1 glo our Comniltteo almost all the
credit beennso wo hnvo tiepn rtoliiK
practically tho only orgaulzed promo-
Hon work ror tho Islands. California.
Florida, tho West India, nnd almost I
ncry other placo which offers nttrac-l TAFT OPENED TUNNEL,
tlons to tourlBts, not only have their MONTROSE, Colo., Sept. 23.
publicity bureaus, but nro supptohient- pdent Taft madr a speech at
! by ttansrortatlon companies ho- olenwood SprinKi where hU train
lels, iej estuto companies, which """" "'r7". ..,- mj
k.ep the magazines and newspapers jrnved at 6 o clock this morning,
mini with costly uihertUementK. Tin. His train arrived at Grand Junction
Hawaii Promotion Committee has had during the forenoon, and after a
but ilttlcj such co-oporat,lon. stort stay came to this place, where
Exposition Results. 'he assisted in the opening ceremo-
Tho Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exiiosl- lel 0f tne great Gunnison iniga
Hon will bo rth to tho Territory tion tnnnel Hi train 1, to.
many times what It has cost us, but . , . 1n viu -, .. tt
Iho results from It aro to bo looked m1 'VTA. niV
for moro In tho future than In tho lm- will reach Salt Lake City tomorrow
mediate, present. As joit know, I afternoon.
spent tho summer In Seattle assisting
In pushing Hawaii to the fore. AI-' GOV. JOHNSON BURIED.
though during that tlmo I was not In ST. PETER, Minn., Sept. 23.
the employ of this Comniltteo, still xhe remains of the late Governor
Iho promotion and publicity end of johngon wer, laid at mt today in
tho wor fell to mo, and I novor ... -.... it. t,.. ,, ti.
ccaBCd to consider myself a part of the titTJ of his home town. The
this body. In fact I had my cards services were condnoted by the pas
nnnounro mo as n representative of tor of the Presbyterian Unnrcn and
jour Comniltteo, I am only sorry that were very simple nd impressive.
It was not posslblo for otery membnrl
to visit tho Rxposltlon, but I think JUMPS TRESTLE.
j on hne he'ird fow ixior reports of1 SEATTLE, Sept, 23. Driven at a
Hawaii's exhibit, rrom any source. At h h nU) of 0T a treUe
(Continued on Page 4) .i.e 1oj. .ntomobil. swerved.
Stocks & Bonds,1
Yon are perhaps considering dis-' w ORLEANS La., Sept 23.
posing of some of your securities or A '""J;
of making additional purchases un- Sf,f70lt",1tnT .
dcr present prosperous conditions. lJSSA.
I It Hnlln tit lino I hundred lives are known to have
LCI Va lldllUIC IMC "IStai been lost in the storm.
We are members of. the Stook and DENY KIEV MASSACRES.
Bond Exohange and have hundreds KIEV, Russia, Sept. 23. A com
of satisfied customers in this branch phte denial is made of the reported
oi our Business.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO Fimt 23
'The baseball results today were
marked by some very large scores
and loo,e pityinf, 5n the National
League, In the American League
there was no change of position, the
leaders each winning their games
irora tne tau-enaers. The scores
New York 4, Chicaeo 2.
New York 7, Chicago 1.
Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 2.
Weshington 1, Detroit 8.
Boston 3, Cleveland 7.
Pittsburg-Boston game postponed
on account of rain.
Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 12.
Chicago 1, Brooklyn 4.
Chicago 4, Brooklyn 1.
St. Louis 0. New York 5.
St. Louis 8; New York 12.
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c,ll,j"v' v"' ' "' 'J2,
8TANDING OF AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club W, I.. I'c.t
Uctrolt 91 50 .04 j
i-iiiiaiieipaia oo a.
Hokton 82 59
Chicago 70 71
Clo eland C 73
New York C8 i.
"t. Umls 59
, crashed to the ground below, and
ine gasoune tana expioaca, suiing
two people and injuring four others.
STORM COST 100 LIVES.
massacre of Jews in this city.
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time.
Federal Income Tax
FORMS OF STATEMENTS
WILL SOON IE HERE
Local Corporations Have Three
Months in Which to Prepare to
Answer Queries as to Annnal
The sstemntlc gathering of data
In preparation ror the collection or
the new Kedeiul lorporutlou tax has
been begun 1 Collector ot Internal
Itewnuo Walter Drake, and when
the time tomes for tho Hawulia'l
corpotntlons to make their returns
ti falrl) good knowledge as to thu
promtblo amount of tho locul collec
tions will :u lu the hands or the local
Thu new tax, one per cent on alt
coi portilj on Iniumes over , f 5,000,
with the usual exemptions im to cor
poiutloiiH roimed for charltnble pur
poses, became operative on Aug. S,
and tho corporations will lime un
Jiih. 1 to make the reports on the
forms that will be prepared for use
by the Attorney OenernPs Depart
ment at Washington.
Some 'rather distinctive conditions
will be met with locally In tho col
lection or thu tax, ntld sotno or tho
local corporations will reap lonsld
eruble benefit from the $5,000 ex
emption clauso, It has been pointed
out that three, corporations having
the Kuino sets of offlcors and stock
holders could do n business ot $15,
000 it cur In the aggregate anil still
mold the Imposition of tho new Fed
It is stated that tho corporation
tax will be collected with all of thu
usual thoroughness that characteriz
es the officials of the Federal Govern
ment when It comes to oecurlng all
ihe i avenue they are entitled to.
Ituports rrom Washington aro .to tho
effect that the legal department Is
now engaged on preparing the form
of annual report for the corpora
tions, and It will be drawn up In
surh a way that there will be little
opportunity of -misstating any of
the material facts that tho collection
of thp ono per cont tax requires
should bo known.
Tho corporations will huvo until
Jan. 1 to prepare themselves, and
by that date the sworn statements on
tho annunl Income will have to bo
In the hands or the collectors of In
ternal retentio for the National Gov
ernment.. Chief or Detectives U-al, who has
been conducting a qulot Investigation
on tho enso or O. P. Tiller, this atter-
noon prererred n charge or larceny
against him, ror having stolen a watch
belonging to Hob IaibIIo, Iho well
known pitcher or tho Diamond Honds.
It appears that Tiller and Leslie had
been working together as brakeman
and fireman respectively on a locomo
timu, when tho former Is charged
with having rtolen tho watch.
Sept. 29, '09
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
An order for tho final distribution
of the i't ate of Chun AfotiK uk filed
today with t lit nml iiml supplement-j
ary accminlB of thu HUhiip Trust Com
Tho num of t43.Cl!t 85. which was
liild Into court 1 thu lllshop Trust
Company together with thu securities
I of tin estate are ordertd to be ills
iriiiuicn unuiiuru in inu wiuow juuu
II. Afong, nod thu remaining two
HIT ON BREAST,
Goo Asked For Hackfare
And Got "Blows" By
-While It Is bid enough to drho
home two drunken Hawaiian in his
hack and get no p.i for tho service, it
Is still worse to get beaten and hit on
tliu breast, us Uoo Chan a Chinese
hnckmnn wbb when he asked to- tare.
Thn two Hawaiian, Sam Knulil uud
Hoopll Nul, appeared In Vollce Court!
this morning before Judge Audrmii
chnrged with nssnult nnd lutter on
tho Clilnere lucktu.in, und were sen
tenced to pty u flno of $10 nnd $5 re
rpcctlely. It appealed that Goo Chan was en
gaged Ii) thn two Hawaiian defend
ants to take them to their housu soino
where ill I'nuoa some tlmo estordny.
When they irrlvcd at their house, tho
hnckman asked them ror rare, which
wns ierfectly right, but. tliu two men
who were under the Inlluence or
liquor, not only revised to pay but
they hit tho Chinaman on his breast
so hard that he decided to notify tho
police abiiut his double plllkla.
"When aftor I take theso two men
to their house jesterday," said Goo
Chan this morning to Judgo Andrnde
In th" rnurt, "they hit mo oer here,"
pol'it'ng it his breast
"n I they hit ou hard?" nsked Ills
"Suro" answered the Chinaman.
"Who hit ou there?"
"Tills man," pointing to Sam Kauhl.
"What did thu other man do to
"Ho held my arms
Tliu Judge then sentenced Knuhl to
pay a flue of $10, and llaapll ho fined
K. W. Dreckons appeared as spiclal
counsel In the caso or Chung Heo Mun,
charged with threats, Tliu defendant
It is nlleged. threatened to kill one
Cheo Fat, and his family. Thu case
wns continued until October G, In ord
er to alio tho complainant to go to
Kauai tonight on tliu steamer Hnll.
Tho case ngnlust Georgo Kaon nnd
others, which wns up for trial this
morning wns again postponed until
September 27, Tho case of
I. u m I'lo, charged with selling
cnlt salmon without obtnlnlng
n license, was, at tho request of Judgu
Huinphrcjs, his attnrnoy. continued
again, until September 27,
The two cases against M. I.ugnn, on
tho charge of embezzlement, worn alo
continued nnco moro until next week
Other cases ot various character were
disposed or. Nino Chinese, who were
arrested at Molilllt last night by Apn
na for gambling were each suntenced
to pay a flno or $9 and costs or court
This illustration is one
a tan Russia, fancy tip
thltds nre divided In equal amounts
umoiiK the following nrieiti p.-isons:
Kmnallue M Mngoun Tim C
Afimg Nntirj I. MeSlockor Mary C.
Wong .In l.i II Fnhliniiiiii' M.irlo K.
Iluniphrcjs Alice I. Iliilrhlimon lies-fI-
It Horns llnirliiti I' Whiting.
Curie II ItlKW Helen ! Houslnill.
Alftrt I" Afetig. Mnrilii M IHiughor
ty Melalne 11 IlrowHt.r mil A. Henry
- ON SATURBAY I
Speed Tests Of Scbrec's
The nevui ci lib us or Admlr.il Se-,
brio's i nil k lint whkh h.ne been
undergol.ig sjn o, lists and mnnciuer
Ing In the waters ofT Mtnlaea Hay,
Maul, haw tlnlshtd thu trials and nro
now visiting In other Inland ports.
They will rcinlcMoiu In Honolulu Sat
iiiliiy mornlu'; ieid will lem.ilu hero
I thu dite si I for their depatturo
ror the Admlrnlo lultuds ,tlw next
group to be lslted
The first division, under tho limned
late commvid of Admiral Sehroo, Ik
now nt llllo uud the olllcira or thu ill
usion tire tiov iltlni; tin Mil .uio.
Tho mcoiiI iHilslmi, lomnianded by
Admiral Han), huie u loving com
mlBHlon," to go whence they pleaso
around the ports or the other islands.
Tliu IVntisjIvnnia Is at Kalaupapi, .
where tho slirgeons or the licet nro In
fpccllng tlie liHr setthment
Tliu rejtult or the speed ttlnls ure
us follows, the flKuren In Ing tho ner
ngo knots pi r hmir
Ttnucssee 2125. WirhltiRton
21 28. California 2(4 Si nth Dakota
215D; West Vliglnl.t 21T, Maryland,
20 88. lVniiKihaiila, 21 i5
Satin day n'ght tho waterfront In
the vlclnll) of the Alakea wharf will
he lighted b the lights of the geu Til
ricei'tlon to be held (hero nnd anl'imt
ed b the muilc or the shlpt' binds
un I the o'ua of tho liuio people ulin
nro expected to attend
Tlin T(mio-ioo nnd the West Vlr
Klnl'i, the twfi ilugrhlps n'lll )esiimn
their places on i Ither th'o of the
wharf, thn end of which Is nltead) as
suming a ball room nn'ci
Tho II C C team will plaj tho
lilt hop & Co cloven n ciicVet Munch
i next Snturda) nt Maklkl.
. n ij :t u :: n n u :t :: t: tt n u :t
each Threo of them fnrfi lte, their
ball Owing to the lllueis of Attorney
nnwllus, the c iso In whtih ho was u
gaged was lostpoued until noxt week.
NO BETTER MEALS ANYWHERE
THAN ARE SERVED AT THE
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION.
kice & Hutchins
of them called the TOM SMARI
Oxford. Come nnd look this
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.,
for that cold in the head,
Hollister Drug Co.
i LIIIIUCU ,i ,
,1051 Fort St.