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Alaiiiulu Sept. 29
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' Aoiuligl v Oct. 10
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VOL. XI NO. 4427.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1909,-10 PAGES.-
PRICE 5 CENTS.
COME ON CRUISER ST.
HONOLULU TEACHER COMMITS SUICIDE
ii7w?k ' .
Surpassing nil previous nival iitic
tlonx ever gluit lien) In lullllanco unit
Horgoounioss. the leoopllon uml danco
given lnht night by tlio Ailmlr.ilx mill
olllcers of Hid Pacific Hoot In honor
nt tlio people nf Honolulu -will go (limn
In iuk'IiiI lilHiiiiy us the greatest event
iv r held hero. WuhIh full to cpren
tlio beauty uf tlio rcone, which wns lul I
mi tho end lit Alnkei street (look, uml
(in board tlio flagJhlpa Tennessee unit
Wont Vliglnln, uml xon tho rnilser
Pennsylvania. Willi thousands of elec
tric lights, lligii,, novcrii, pilots unit
potted )l.i:it tlio teeno wns ono Hut
will lliwr forever In tho minds of nil
Approaching tho now whnrf tho flrtt
sight of tho JHIHaiit'y llliiinln ittnl
ships made nno slop nn I look with ir.p
lure on tho scono depleted
LIQUOR BOARD IN
Citations Expected For
An executive session of the Hoard
of l.lccnpo Commissioners will li held
this afternoon and tho piohablo result
u'ftlio meeting lll ho tho Issuance-of
a iiiimher of citations to local saloon
1 copers to nppeiir before tho Hoard
nnd explain tho charfco that they vio
lated the spirit of tho Sunday closing
law pioinulgilcd by tho Commission'.
Deputy Attorney General lanrlii An
iIiowh Ii.ih been asked by Chairman
Chi cum Cnoko to appear before tlio
lloaul uml e.plaln the IckiI owerH of
the commissioners In connection! with
tho onroiconi'ent of their conclusions
nnd "bother It h.iB tho power to tuko
any action that will prevent what It
considers a violation of the Sunday
closing inw, I
OWL ADTOJACK STAND
A now nuto stand nt entrance to tlio
rkatlnif link nn Hotel street has
oicncil up for husliiess. C. T. flreen
Is the piopiletor and II. U White tho
minagor. Phono CIS. (las ciudna
VMirk of nil descriptions. Autos at nil
Jlf, " '"If'iii
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floating proully fmni tho fnro
trucks uf o.ivh ship, tho Slnrs mnl
Stripes lliitlorod on tlio lireozo, tholr
rotors shining fiuth an bright as day,
nn tlio powerful scaiehllgnts of tho
ships were tialncd so n to show (hem
off to advantage.
Kiom tho main trucliH thu two
stnriod II a sa ihiino foitli, denoting
that Admirals woro on board, runnels,
lighting lopu. In fact every lino of the
grim lighting ship wuto outlined In
clcrtrlct light, vhlle outside, liejondj
ino irur, we crutsnra Maryland, Wash
ington nnd Coloiuilo looked lis If they
wcio on flip, iu tho samo effect wni
carried out on them ns on the thrco
thlpn Ijlllg alongside tho ilockil.
The Biirprlio of the evening, nfter
one had Knlneil enfranco to tho iniikal
(Continued on Page 4)
I SAN FRANCISCO. Sent. 29. The
Supreme Court has ruled in the fac-
.tion-fiaht over the district attorney,
shin that the candidates mav be un-
i limited and that both Francis Heney
and Fickert can be nominated on
two tickets each. Heney was an
independent candidate, as well as
being the choice of the Democrats,
while Fickert is the Reoublican and
Good Government candidate.
RIVEEHEAD. Lontr Island. Sent.
29. Herbert Lyttleone of the best
automobile race drivers in the coun
try was seriously injured in a race
here todav, caused bv the overturn'
in- of hid car in a race. Bates, his
mechanic, was injured andwill prob
IlcKlnnlnc Thursday, September 30lh
nnd contliiuliiK for ono week, I.. II.
Kerr & Co. will havo a special redac
tion salo nf high class clothing. Cloth.
I Iiib it j our own figures-.-
fashions for the
women of Amer
ica ; New York
the fashions for
for Men '
are made in New
York and repre
sent the best in
ship, and materi
als. THE KASfl CO., ltd.
Cor. Fort nnd Hotel.
That Taft has decided to visit Ha
waii is the substance of news re
ceived on board the Pacific fleet by
the officers today. The St. Louis has ,
been ordered to the Bremerton Navy
Jar J suddenly from San Pedro,
wlier: she has been attending the
battle ir.anuevers and the opening of
the crcat Santa Monica oier.
It is sunnosed that the Chief Ex
ecutive will come to the islands on
board "the cruiser, which has just
finished its South Pacific cruise, and
the rumor spread today corresponds
exactly with his determination to
inrkdc Hawaii in his itinerary if
possible, expressed before he left
Ecvcrly. The cable yesterday that
Assistant Secretary Winthron of the
Navy is coming here, almost assures
the news and makes it anoear as if
the Pearl Harbor works are veryl
much in the official eye.
NEW YORK. Sept. 23. In the
aeronautic contests held here today,
Wilbur Wright again carried off the
honors, his aeroplane sailing ma
iestically around the Statue of Lib
erty on Liberty Island without ac
cident of any kind. He landed safely
at Battery" Park.
Baldwin and Tomlinson started on
the much-heralded dirigible balloon
race to Albany, but neither finished
at thf pnnl Unhlwin dniJl nn
the Hudson river and Tomlinson
alighted at White Plains. The aero
nautic contests are among the big
features of the Hudson-Fulton cele
bration. To Add
TACOMA. Sent 21 Newt bo.
reached here through the agents of
tne usaka Shosen Kaisha that that
company will add several big steam
ers to its service between Janon anil
Puget Sound. Increased freight and
passenger traffic makes the move im
You Have Never
Had An Accident
YOU SAY? WEM., WHAT 8K
CIJItlTY IIAVC YOU IX)Il TUB FU-
Tuai:? you ski: oh hkah qv
PEOPI.K Ili:iNO INJUIIKD EVERY
DAY. HAVE US
Write You An Accident
ONE THAT IS I.IIlKItAL, UP-TO-DATE
AND IN AN A-l COMPANY.
923 Fori St. -
GUNBOAT MAY !
Concord Scheduled For
Revenue Scrviee In
Tho gunboat Concord, famous for
her part In the battle or Manila Hay,
will leavo for Urerferton Navy Yard,
Washington, tomorrow, ns noor ns the
mall arrives from the conBt.
Tho Concord' will Ego out of commo
tio nas a hii of war as soon as she
arrives, alUiougli she will probably
not bo long In reserve, ns It Is quite I
I'UBBiuie, nun uiuru (nun iiKeiy mill
sho will bu turned, over to thu Hev
emie Cutter service, mid possibly sent
back here to patrol tho waters of theso.
Islands, ns It Is a known fact that tho
large IncreaBo of gasoline sampans'
heio hits caused no little worry to tlio
offlelnls l tho Treasury Department.
Ono of the officers In the fleet In
talking this morning about the In
creaswof sampans, remarked. "That
!tvwas about time that some measure
In taken to prevent smuggling here,
which Is going on apparently unpun
ished." A few (lavs ngo several power sam
pans were sighted three or four hun
dred miles oft this harbor. In the path
of the Oriental liners, nnd It Is mnro
thnn likely that they were not out for
At tho present tlmd there Is n largo
nmount of silk r.eio In town which
can bo bought for nearly nothing, a
condition that Is. father hard to ex
plain, but, however, the special In
vestlgators of the Treasury Depart
ment nro very anxious to get a cutter
here, anil It ma) he tho Concord.
MOORS HAVE REVERSES.
MADRID. Sent. 29. The reverses
that are attending the arms of the
Moors in Morocco still continue.
City after city Is .falling beneath the
Spanish attacks, and Mount Gurgua
was occupied today. It was one of
the strongholds of the Mohamme
Bulletin Business Office Phone 2SG.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Everybody has been very busy on
board the three ships lying along
side the Alal.e.1 street dock this
morning, getting down the elaborato
decorations of last night and getting
things back Into ship Bhapo. A large
foice of men have been busy since
early this morning taking down the
flying bildgo of tho U, S, S. Honolu
lu, which was the downing feature
of lust night's brilliant event.
Tho dcrorqjlons from the ships
wero removed wlthrtinusiMl alacrity,
and one would hardly realise that
only a few bonis ngo evorythlng-waa
bright and gay,
A number of people spoke this
morning on tho dock of the quick
transformation from Inst night's fes
tive attire, uml wondered how It
could he done, but when one takes
Into consideration thnt when the
navy getsistnrted they make things
YOU CAN BANK ON
CANDY ALWAYS BEING FRESH.
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION.
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time,
fSnteinl B n 1 1 r t n Cahr
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 29. The
results of the American and National
games today were as follows:
Washington 2, Cleveland 1.
Washington 7, Cleveland 1.
Boston 0, Detroit 5.
Boston 3. Detroit 8.
New York S, St. Louis 2.
New York 11, St. Louis 0.
Philadelphia 10. Chicago 1.
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 4.
Chicago 6. Philadelphia 3.
Pittsburg 1. New York 0.
Cincinnati 7, Brooklyn 3.
St. Louis 2, Boston 1, .
8TANDINO OF AMERICAN LEAQUE
Clubs. W. L. Pet.
Detroit 90 SI .853
Philadelphia 91 S3 .630
lloston , si nt .587
Chicago'..., ,,74 72 .S6
Cleveland ....i 70 78 .472
New York ,..71 75 .483
Ot. IjoiiIs B9 87 .404
Washington ....;... 40 107
STANDING OF NATIONAL LEAGUE
Clubs. W. I I'ct.
Pittsburg 100 38 .730
Chicago ., 98 47 .670
Now York 80 SO .fiOl
Cincinnati 72 71 .S03
Philadelphia OS 70 .472
St. LoiiIb St 91 , .359
Ilrooklvn S2 94 .350
Dostou 40 98 .289
John Lnnl wni sentenced to jtlilr
ty dnvj' Imprisonment this morning
In tho police touit on n rhiiigo ot
larceny. Thclmn Pun, the voting
girl who tins confessed to having
stolen a bicycle from a Chlnnnian,
hud her enso But over.
(Ircnt credit Is duo Chief Carpen
ter O'Neill of the Colorado for his
efforts, as on his Bhoulders the bulk
of the work has been placed, al
though the other carpenters have
been working nearly as hard. '
To c'very officer who had any
thing to do with last night's suc
cess the greatest credit Is duo, ns
never befoie has any affair gone off
as smoothly as the one J list over.
Kukul to Pearl Harbor.
If it Is iossiblo between noon and
the end of the wcok, tho officers ot
the fleet, or us many as wish to go,
will bo taken to Pearl Harbor on the
Lighthouse tender Kukul "and shown
ever tho future naval baso of the Pa
cific. A largo 'number nt tho officers
Iihvo been, to tho harbor before, but
thcro aro a largo number who havo
(Continued on Page 2)
. Sept. 2909
NeVt Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72XinrSf Phone 15.
for a long,
Hollister Drug Co.
NO MONEY FOR
Tlio oniplosos of tho Tenllorv wl.-i
hnve not paid their taxes wilt not draw
1 their pay tomorrow for, In conformity
with the action taken vesterdny, thu
Lection ot tho Revised Uiws lelatlng
to the collection of de'liuiueiit taxen
from Territorial employes will be rig
A typewritten copy of the section
that npplles Is pasted In n prominent
position In the Auditor's OllUe at tho
Capitol mid reads ns follows:
"Section 118 Salaries Withheld for
Indebtedness, In case any officer
iigeut, emphi)o or other person In the
! public sorvlco shall be Indebted to tho
I Territory or any depnttment thereof
I his salary or comensntlon shall be
I withheld by tho head of the pioper de
partment or by tho of.lco authorized ti
I settle his account, until such Indeblei'
'ness bo fully paid and discharged."
The Territorial Auditor's offlco was
formally notified of the existence of
tho statute by the Tax office. Tienv
urer Conkllng and Attorney rre'-rnl
Hemcnwny contened In connection
with the ilelliuiuency In tax piun-nt
among Torrlloilnl emploves some t m
ago. It was sitd In tho Auditor" offlco
this morula1: Hint tho total delinquen
cy nmong the Government cinplojces
won lil nmount to a tonftMeruhlV tmm.
CALCUTTA, Sept 29. The Brit
ish steamer Clan Macintosh, which
was reported yesterday as having
blown up at sea, arrived here safely
SEOUL. Korea. Sept. 29. The
cholera wave sweeping ut the Asiat
ic coast has reached here, and SOO
cases have suddenly a--eared in the
city. The Japanese and Korean au
thorities have taken heroic means
to stamp out the plague.
NORTH YAKIMA. Wash.. Set)t. 29
President Taft left this place today
lor oeauie alter a snort stay.
0- BULLETIN ADS PAY -
A man can take is running.
Your feet encased in i pair of these elk flexible shoes
will make you feel like taking a sprint in the evening or
before breakfast. Just give this a second thought. Try it,
and see how you will beat the dootor out.
- OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
1001 Fort St.
After luoolliu Inwnrdl) over licC '
troubles foi fou'ral j oars and out
wnrdly leirliig them qnletlv, Mrs.
Helen U. Kohl) ibis momltihg wrnto
finis to nil uml uml: the pistol route to
cdillvliui At an earl hour this morn
lug .MauiK I bllva. Janitor of the Cou
lr.il tlnunmar' school, openlug th
doors nnd proiiarlng the school for th
day's sokslon, stumbled iivei tho boily
of the iinfoiluinte woman, Ijlng 6u
Ileflde her was n 32 calibre rovolvor
nnd above her bent was the little hole
whom the ileaillv missile sped lis way.
t?o clime had she hcldtho weapon thai
l.er waist was burnt mound llu
wound ami the flash of the gun pre
vented eitertial hemorihago At wlui
1 our she committed tho act Is not
known, but ouo woman In tho neigh
boihond, who had arisen enrlj to pic
p.uo bieaklnsl for her liusbaiid, hoard
wlut sho tl.tljiih lo have been two;
lwttd ItfllU.l.ll, T. (III. I l ll.lu m.i.tih.i.
...a uiliiilll w .!,,, 1. .1111 IIIWI IIIIIHl
'J one i-hot had been fired from t!iQJ,'. .
gun To nil appearances sho had
beatid hersejf In u thnh IhmIiIo n tnblo .
lii tho voinuda mid Mud the shut.-i
killing her.eir luxt.nitl mni lolling
,.. ii.. I ...Vi ...,3..
... inu ii.'i.i, niiriu uu hup iiflllll, HUM'
Despondency Is supposed to hiv
been tho cause of her decision to tuko
her own life mid from tho statements
of her friends sho appears to have
been brooding for Hiino time- over hor "
recent divorce from Ilcnrj E. Uelse).,
a storekeeper.nl Kuknlnti, Haw nil.
I'll to u je-ir ago she Iniisht In the
Central Oinmmar school, but was thli
)ear teaehtm; In the Kiuuiuiua school
In the Maklkl district, tho (lag of
which Is todav nl hnlf-m-isl Sho '!'
residing nl tho Methodist Parsonage
mi lleretanln stieet. nnd wus laKl seen
last iilglit nbiiut 7 o'clock leaving tho
place At the time, tdiowni nollefd
to bo brooding, but ns this was her .
iisii.il condition, no ntte'itlnu was pall
to It Wlrit she did ami where hIio J
went after tint, no one set knn.vs nnd y
there Is n )oss!hllltv thai she roniinlt.
ted sulcldo last night nt tho Central!,.
School, or el bo that sho w.ludercd
around nil night. '
She wns a hli-hly oilucitod wniiuin ,
being a splendlif Latin scholar it nil
'conversant with ItirMah aid Arini n
Ian tongues. She had been a school- 4
teacher for fftcon seats, nnd for, n
largo part of this tlmo taught lii'V n 4yf'
missionary school In Armenia. Sim
has resided In the Islands for five or '
six s earn, foimcrly having taught flik-'j'
Knual. " , l
Tho utmost sorrow Is expressed by H'
her friends over her death, ns her
bio won nil bemts for her. Threo
j weeks ngo hor onlj roil, Theodore .
I boy of nbout 16 or 17, left to study 'nt
tho .Military School of Arlzonn, nnd
she Is also survived by two brothers,
I ono or whom, Harry C. Wells, Is n
j school teacher on Maul, a sister anil-
(Continued on Page 4)
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