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c M"" 3:30 EDITION
,A I' VOL. XI. NO. 4423.
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RUSSIAN FAMILIES ON WAY TO HONOLULU
FILIPINO EMPLOYEES AT 1LOILO EXCITED
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 24.
There was no play in the American
Lcagac to'day, as heavy rain fell,
The results in the National League,
were as follows:
Pittsburg 2, Philadelphia 1.
Chicago 5, Bostcn 1.
Cincinnati 0, New York 12.
St. Louis G, Brooklyn 12.
QTANCINQ OF NATIONAL LCAGUC
Chili. W. I.. ' Pet.
1'ltlsliurg lilt .".I! .712
Chicago m 111 .WVJ
Now York S3 ill .().",
Cincinnati liS I'.S .r,iw
l'Mllnclilplil,! I'." 72 .IS2
St. t mils IS X8 M2
Itinokljn V.t 8S .357
lloslou 3S 9.' .2K.-,
STANDING Or AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chili. W. I.. l'ct
Dei i oit si so .mr.
Phil.idolphli RS r.2 .!28
Huston. " 82 E9 .581
Chicago .w..... 70 71 .11)11.
Cleveland ': 9 72-' '.IR'V
Now York US ' 72 .485
81. Louis 59 82 .11.
Washington 38 1UI .2(17
PROVO, Utah, Sept. 24. Presi
dent Taft nrrived here on schedule
time this noon. During his stay of
about an hour and n half in the
town he spoke to a large audience
in-the Mormon Tabernacle. The
President arrived at Salt Lake City
at 4:30 antLvill remain there over
BiiLLrr'N Arm pv nsjaa
rl X 7 4
A" I i v f As 'SI
fmii ' ' 1 1
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. FROM RUSSIA
Atkinson Has Seen And
To Come Here
CABLEGRAM RECEIVED FROM
ATKINSON TO THAT EFFECT
Meets Fcrelstroas and Lcoks Over
People Who Desire to Become
Citizens of Hawaii Arrange,
ments for Transportation.
Tlint A. !' U- AtWnson lias seen
mill nppiovul I lii! Importation of
lirty Itiis.lnii families who desire to
bci-cuno UtUuis of Hawaii, w.ih In-
iIIciiIlmI 111 a r.ihlu iccelvuil tills
iikii ntiiK ly the Tcirltiirl.il Hoard of
IninilRiallon. Mr. Atklnxon lott ro
tcntly tis a icpiCM-ntntlvo of tho
Itoaiil to hpo what Mini ot people
M'io icriiinmcnilcil to bcioino part
ot Hawaii's workiiiK population.
Fiom tliu Information rcictvoil to-
ibjr. It Is apparent Mr. AtMnwm
has Keen tho people In iincstlon,
piiKneil on them favoralily, and got
ten nuitlci k In Hhape uuit.li quicker
than ho anticipated. ' pcrolstrcuH,
the lliisiilaii Immigrant aKcnt who
waa horo recently , niul coiuewqd
with tho Hoard unil aovprnor, mot
Mr. Atkinson at Ilnrhln and present
cd to him the Husslanpcasants who
dosha to break away from Russian
scenes mid como to our enlightened
country. Arrangements wcro quick'
ly completed and tho people will ar
rive hero on tho Siberia of Oct. 23.
Tho fifty famlllfH coming to Ha
waii menus n now poilod In labor
making history here. Doubtless tho
most of tho men will seek work on
I lid plantations, and owing to tho
lact that many Japanese aitd others
hao left tho Territory, there will
probably bo enough woik for all of
them. This will Introduce a ncw
element Into tho labor proposition,
and, if successful, no doubt tlicro
will be n general exodus of Russian
people to tho Islands.
THE FLEET DANCE
The ladles will bo pleabod to know
.Ionian's hnvo on board tho I.iirllno
nnd expect to got delivery tomorrow,
Mime elegant tiimmed gowns, onu of
a kind only, anil somothlr.g entirely
'illrTeient fiom nnjthlng previously
hhown In Honolulu.
I 1 I I 1
lasnions ior me
women of Amer
ica ; iNew iorK
the fashions for
' Correct Clothes
are made in New
York and repre
sent tho best in
ship, and materi
als. THE KA5H CO., Ltd.
Cor. Fott and Hotel,
S FADES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF IAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1009. 8 FADES.
NEW YORK. Sept. 24. The Ger
man cruisers Victoria, Louise, Ber-
tra, Bremen and Dresden arrived
here today to participate in the
threat Hudson-Fulton celebration.
Coming oil tiic harbor at practi
n,. !, .,,. n,-.- . i,. Titi.i.
battlcshi'n Inflexible flying the flag
of the Admiral of the British fleet,
Sir Edward H, Seymour. i
NEW YORK. Sept,
and Curtiss. who have gained inter
national fame with their aeroplanes,
are preparing to make fliehtt in con
nection with the Hudson-Fulton cel
CHICAGO, Sept. 24. The delega
tion of Japanese business men who
arrived here yesterday from Seattle
and the West, were taken about the
city today, and among other places
of interest inspected the stock yards.
ALIENS VICTIMS OF
TAX LAW- IS
Case Brought To Test
On tho ground' that tho Legislature
of 1!)Q!) went to unconstitutional
lengths in attempting to dlhcrlmliiato
against alien fishermen, Judgo Quartos,
rcprehentlng a Japaueso named Mnt
laliura, is contesting the right of tho
Toirltoiy to collect (ho tnx lovled upon
fishing boats. Deputy City and Coun-
(Continued on Page 3)
Stocks & Bonds
Yon are perhaps considering dis
posing of some of your securities or
ot making additional purchases un
drr present prosperous conditions.
Let Us Handle the Deal
We are members of the Stock and
Bond Exohange and .have, hundreds
of satisfied customers in this. branch
of our business.
Bulletin Advertising is Good
DIED Y HIS
Committed f Suicide On
Board Jhe Liner
THMW ME IKTI THE SEA"
"WAS CREWS0ME ORDER
Melancholia Thought to Be Cause of
Traveling Man's Death Body
"'"" " mii u "
Pixton Wright, ho,o death on the
list trip of tho Alameda to the coast
v:ih H'porled by wireless, did not dlo
. ipturnl death, but committed s.tlcldo.
Tho 8nn Francisco Call gives the de
tails ot Wright's sulcldo and his burial
at on as follows:
"Paxton Wright, tho well known San
KriiWisrit bikdnuMinaii wIiofo death
on Ihu stpanndilp Alameda uIiIIh com
ing to this city from Honolulu was an-
I r.oiinri-il by wireless threo days ago, I
did not dlo of nilur.il causes, ns tho
rcrogram siaicn, mil coniimueu nui
cldM, cutting his throat with a rator.
Ho almost severed his head from his ,
body, mid. when found a few minutes j
after tho deed had been done, was nl-'
Wright, uho waa n director or tho
Alameda Cbamhcnof Commerce and a
former president of tho Knclnal yacht
club, went to the Hawaiian Islands on
n business' trip In connection with tho
Arm of Mayhcw-Wright of this city.
The Alamoda left Honolulu on tho 8th
and Wright ended his life early on
"Throw my body Into tho sea.' a
not directed thoso-iwho camo iiion
Wright's body. tMdcntly ho planned
tho sulcldo deliberately.
"A. Keller, bathroom steward, or-
ranged Wright's hath about 6 o'clock
tho morning of tho 10th. Wright bor-
rowed tho razor of his rodmmato, A.
Carley. presumably to shavo himself.
and went Into tho room. Ills dead
body wns found tlicro by Kcllor short-
ly afterward. jqueathed to I,. R, Madclros and his
"The deceased was hurled at sea at wife, Carolina Madcrlos, Tha rontcst
10:30 o'clock tho morning of his death. Is being heard In Judge RoTdnson's
Dr. 0. W. Clark read to burial scr- dcpartnient "of ' tho Circuit Court, At
vlcn, nnd, whllo tho steamer stnppod tornoy A. O. M. Robertson represent
Its engines, tho flag draped body was Ing tho son and Attorney Larnnch for
allowod to drop Into tho sea. Melan-
cholla following an Illness Is thought
to havo promptcdWrlght's deed."
MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Sept. 25. The
torpedo flotilla left today for St.
Louis to escort President Taft down
the Mississippi nver.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.. Sept. 25.-
Moroeco is seeking foreign interven -
tion to prevent the continuance of
the conflict with Spain.'
Joo I-cnl, Chief of Detective, left
on tho Mauna boa today for tho other
islands to arrest the threo Chlucsu
members of tho crew or tho Ilrltlsh
steamer Scottish Monarch, who desort-
CU Uio snip soiuu 111110 ui,u, ti-ui, 11 is
said, recently received rollablo Infor
mation ns to tho whereabouts ot the
Chinamen. It Is expected that ho will
letiirn with his men noxt wcok, prob-
ubly on tho Claudlno 011 Thursday,
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time.
Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
MADRID, Spain. Sept. 24. It is
believed that a general attack and
vigorous warfare will be made by,
the Spanish general in command of '
the Moroccan campaign, as the gov-
r ,. .inn ,!! . j..t.i. :,
tory to maintain its prestige with
th rvnnle i
Disturbances have been resumed
n the revolutionary centers, and
Domo-inrowing mciaenu arc report
ed from Barcelona.
I SAN FRANCISCO, Sent. 24. Su
gar Beets. 88 analysis, Hi Od.
Parity, 4.49 cents. Previous quo
tation, Us 81-4d.
OF HIS MOTHER
Son Declares That Undue
I Bocauso sho believed that her son
had repudiated her and had said that
ho would "car a red shirt when sho
dies and burn Are crackers on her
gravo." the lato Kosa Clara Bllva Is
declared to have decide to disinherit
her offspring, Manocl I, Sllva.
I Tho son has brought a suit contost-
Ing tho provision or his mothor'H wt'l
wheroby all of her property Is ho
tho Madcrlos family. ,
I Madcrlos was placed on tho stand
I this morning and disclaimed the alle
gation that ho and his wlfo hail exer
cised any unduo and pernicious Influ
lenco ovci Mrs. Sllva when she came
to disposing of her property by will.
In explaining tho disinheritance of
the son Madcrlos Inslsd that her hos
tility and prejudice against her son
was based mainly uKn her belief that
he wns anxious for her death.
Blank books of all aorta. ledKera.
W. manufactured . by the Bulletin
NO BETTER HEALS ANYWHERE
THAN ARE SERVED AT THE
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION.
' - - "
S.S. A 1 g.ITi ft stl C5.
Sept. 29. '09
, Next JC IMllt ilO&t
. . v a -
1 XflJaUU J! rUlt vOw
72 King St. Phone 15,
in the head.
for that cold in the head.
Hollister Drug Co.
r Vrr fj Jiw
ILOILO HOT TIME
FOR LABOR MEN
One of Stevens Agents Soliciting Im
migrants Threatened With As-sassination-'Tis
Work of Employers-Authorities
Will Protect Our
I Tho Hollo Klar of Augu.it 22 pub
lishes tho following:
The reputation of Ncgros for hospi
tality and for law and order, has re
cehed a blow In the faco which will
stand as a blot on Its escutcheon for a
long time, If onu is to believe; mo re
ports wo hau rceelu-d from Hlliy dur
Ing the past few hours.
U)n receipt of (ho hoar that the
Bgents of Mr. O. A. 8tcens rtpre
renting tho Hawaiian Sugar Pl'itiiors
Association, had been mubbed I'l HPay
and had been forced to (leo from ibnt
place to llacolod, overland, at 3 o'e.M:'-J
In the morning, Jn order to esenp,. .i, i
sssslnatlon.'n Rtar man hunted up Hr.l
Riiicrto Sinlligo, Mr. Htm ens' rcpio I
tentative who was In charge of tl.n'
Uncle ' Sam Regulates
Rate Of Bonding
tlni'lfi Samuel does not Intend Just
becnuno holms a long pursu string, to
let bonding companies chargo him ex -
ccsslvu rates in tho future for l'edernl
emploes. Postmaster General Hitch
cock has Just Issued an order, limiting
tho rates as follows:
"Ordered, that In jiccordanco, with
tho Act of Congress, approved August
G, 1909, Section 88 of thu Postal -aws
and Regulations, edition of P.I02. tin
and tho samn Is hereby amended by
tho adding thereto of Ihu two para
, "Until othcrwisa provided by law, mil
bond shall bo accepted from any sure
ty or bonding company for any ofllccr
or employees of tho United Slates
which shall cost nioro than thirty-five
per centum In excess of the premium
charged for a llko bond during tho
cnlendnr year nineteen hundred and
eight: Provided Hint hereafter tho
United Stutcs shall not pay any part
of tho premium or other cost of furn
ishing a bond required by law or oth
erwise of nny officer or eiiiploeo of
the United Stales.
On ull bonds ncupted from any
surety or bonding couiuny for otllcers
a'nd employes of tho Postul Service.
shall bo printed or stamped over tho
slgnaturo or tho person signing ror or premium receipt. 1 no 1.110 01
thu surety or bonding company, 11 cer- premium for 11 llku bond ilurlug tho
tlflcalu In tho following form: Thocaleiular jenr 1908 was 11000."
A man can take is running.
Your feet encased in a pair of these elk flexible shoes
will make vou feel likc taking a sprint in the evening or
before breakfast. Just give this a second thought. Try it,
and see how you will beat the doctor out.
- OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
PRICE 5 CENTI.
party In Slliy ami rrrunM the fol.ov
Ing Intervle'v with Mm:
"Mr. Sautligo v,l havo hoard that -i1
ou IniM! Just returned from Nogroa, .
and that joii Ind a rntlivr warm rrrur- 3
lion iiviii uieio. Will joii lie coimi a
enoiigh to make n stnteinnit for iub
Ilc-ithm in tho Star?"
.fr. H-inllaRil stall il that lm was will
Ing lo make such n statement and tho
following Is tin; glhl of samo:
"I was ordered by Mr. Slociw tti
proceed to Sllay on tho Tacullii inn
ill- morulug for Ihu purpose of ostal)-
hliiij an ofllce In lb it town, foi liU
(it-iiany Wp nrrived without n-o!
dent on tho beach at PHay where II
dlscmb.irki d with inj comp-inliu.s, Ofil
(Continued on Page 4)
Grand Jury Returns
An Indictment for murder In tho
t firrt ilegno was found by tho 'Peril-
1 torlal (intid Jury this moriilm;. V,
against Kahann, alias Walk I M thu
Hawall'in accused of tha luur.ler of
Wetherill, the negro tailor who was
beaten to dt.ilh In tho lumber yard
near tho O, It., & I., depot.
Kour indlrinientn wiro tha rosult of
tho dellboratloiiM of the Inqiilslloriat
lioif-, mi of llio Iruo bills being placed
uMiii tho secret lllo. Slildota, tho Jap
anese charged wllh the nburo of n girl,
Is named In onu of the Indictments nnd
Tony Itel.iKii, charged with burglary,
liuibt also answer an Indictment,
COTTON MILLS EXTEND -WORK.
MANCIICSTIJIt. Hng., Sept. 11.
Tho IVderatlon of Cotton Spinners
today decided to loiitliiuo running
tho mills, using American cotou
only, four dns n wide until Nov. 8.
This Is six weeks longer thnu was
npas- nun ptin add "y
tt tt :: tt intun :: t: :: u u it
pri'inliiui cm this bond Is per
JlOOii, us than 11 by tho attached coupon
The Best ,
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