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VOL. XL. HO. 4439.
FLETCHER IS NOW OUR AMBASSADOR
FOUR MORE CRUISERS QOINQ TO ORIENT
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Oct. 13. Fend-
ing the appointment of a successor
to Ambassador Crane, Mr. Fletcher,
secretary of the American legation
at Pekin, has been reconnized bv
the Chinese government as United
States' Ambassador pro tern.
CBANE INCIDENT CLOSED.
. WASHINGTON. Oct. 13. Noth
ing further can be obtained from
ilia C of a TlAnnlmAnf arvAr1irv ! a
enforced resignation of Minister;11'0 w?,e.!;,Tt ex,.?"?i?g '"!" "'?
Crane. The officials state that the
incident is closed and will not dis
cuss it further. Mr. Crane is out
nnd a successor will be appointed.
EXCITING RAID ON
- TODAY .
Police Qfficers Have A
Strenuous Time While
There was nn exciting raid mado
by the detoctlvo department on an al
leged gambling- Join this morning. It
appears that u .Inpaneso who has been
spying nut tlio lay of the land, In
formed the polled of tho Inct that the
fascinating giimo of 7-1 1 was being
Indulged In dally In the suspected
Officers Kellelt, Apana nnd four oth
er men wended their way down to tho
l.olcn district, ut tho rear of tho O. II.
& t.. fitting shops, and then started to
put their plan of operations In nctlon.
v The room In which the gambling
was alleged to bo carried on was tho
last on the Walklkt end bf a very long
balcony, and a watchman was walk
lug up and down all the time.
Apana, however, undertook to tnko
tarn of the lookout man nnd after
wailing for some time seized u mo
ment when tho spy turned Ills b:tck
and. Jumping to his feet, ran along be.
turned Ills back
hind (ho man and grabbed him before
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bulletin Bnsinesr Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Big New Stock
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sis.
War Department Extends
Plans For Big Shore
After tlia condemnation suits n(
(ho federal government ngnlnst
property at Wulklkl wero closed,!
mid certain bench local Ions selected
nml staked out for military purpos-j
en, It wan tlio general Impression,
nnd linn been given cult by govern-(
ment offlccrs wlia should I; now, that
mora land ut Wulklkl would 'be tak
en by tlio government for fortlflca-j
tlons, batteries or camps. From
Washington It Is now learned thnt
the Wur Department Is contemplat-
lug negotiations for property along
taking In everything up to nnd In
cluding the Muclilzukl Club grounds.
When nuked about tlio matter, I
Major Wlnslow said ha lind received
no ndvtco In the matter, and the'
United States District Attorney I
Btiilcs he has no papers. In his office
coiilcniplntlng condemnation suits or
piuperty nt Wulklkl. The Informa
tion, however, comes from nn nil
thorutlvc source, nnd ( Is possible
Major Wlnalow's office may noon be
mlvlml In the matter. Mrs. lllck
erton, wlicfowns a valuable ocean
fiont property this sldo of (he camp,
Is on (he mainland now, nnd she Is
Bald (o be In correspondence with
Washington regarding her holdings.
Tho Trent Trust Company, agents
for the old Kentwell property, havo
not been npproached on tho matter,
but It Is understood will be In tho
near future. John Cnssldy owns
valuable beach property, nnd hns
spent teycral thousand dollars Im
proving his place. Ho knows noth
(Conthmed on Page 4)
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 11. Su
gar 90 degree centrifugals, 4.30
cents or$8G per ton. Previous quo
tation. 4.235 cents.
. Beets 88 analysis, lis 4 l-2d.
Parity, 4.40 cents. Previous quo-
! tation, Us 6d.
LONDON. Oct, 13. Barrie,
novelist, was today granted a
vorce from his wife.
Well in These
of Fine Madras,
made and cut on up-to-
10 PAGES, HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY,
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NEW YORK, Oct. 13. Explorer
Pe&ry issued a statement today in
.which he says he has the testimony
of a reliable Eskimo that Explorer
Cook did not reach th'e North Pole.
COOK SAYS HE DID.
BUFFALO. N. Y.. Oct. 13. Ex-
plorer Cook, when shown' the state
ment of Commander Peary regard
ing his not having seen the North
I Pole, replied that he in turn will
produce Eskimos to prove that all
his claims were sound and the right
I of first discovery belongs to him.
ITALIAN CRUISER AT FRISCO.
I SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13. The
Italian cruiser Calabria arrived
there today to participate in the For-
I TAFT FOR STATEHOOD.
PHOENIX. Ariz., Oct. 13. Dur
ing his brief stay in this city today
President Taft declared himself nn-
'reservedly on the statehood ques
tion. The President's schedule gave
him only an hour in the city, but
the speech he made was very grati
fying inasmuch as he came out
strong for statehood for the Terri-
tories of 'Arizona and New Mexico,
He will spend tomorrow in the Grand
BLUEFIELDS, Nicaragua, Oct. 13.
A revolution against President
Zelaya has broken out, and Juan
Estrada has been chosen as the
presidential candidate of the revo
A Home for the
. On the Mortgage
A friend says to you: I'll give
you that lot over there if you will
pay the 3 per cent interest on the
mortgage, and deed it to your family
when you die." Wouldn't you grab,
Yet that's exactly what a life in
surance policy will do for you.
Funny you never saw it that way be
fore, isn't it?
Drop in or write.
923 Fort Street
Bulletin Advertising is Good
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING AT PHOENIX.
WILL GET ALL
Mayor Fern Believes
"T1-p telephone -comimny will get all
nr.d the city of Honolulu nothing by
the signing of this agreement," de
clared Mayor Fern at last night's live
ly meeting of the Board of Supervis
Tho Mnyor advised conservatism
i.nd caro In the consideration of the
agreement which was presented be
fore tho county solons by County At
"1 want to look carefully Into thb
mutter," sad Form "We give the tele
phone company the right of way on
our streets. We give, them1 practically
everything. Wo charge builders nnd
plumbers a feo for the privilege ot
tearing up the city streets hut as 'I
understand this agreement we 'will re
ceive nothing from tho telephone peo
ple. . ..'i
"Tho first thing thnt we know tho
local gns and electric companies will
be coming before this board and de
manding the samu concession that we
are about to glvo away to the tele
Fern contended that the city had
tho right to tho poles of the local tel
ephone company for the next twenty
foven years. In signing tho agreement
he believed that the city would find
(self In a position where the hello com
pany could demand that the municipal
wires be removed. Forn also Insisted
that the city ot Honolulu possessed
no tangible hold on the telephone com
pany as ho understood the provisions
of the ngreement. "It will cost us a
pretty penny before we aro through
with It," declared His Honor.
Tho consideration of the telcphono
qufstlon caused practically every
member of the board to take a hand
In tho igniting of oratorical flro works.
Before Clerk Knlauokalanl had re
sumed his sent after reading tho
agreement. Supervisor Qulnn jumport
to his feet and moved that tho clerk
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NO EXHIBITION AT THE
BONINE THEATER TONIGHT
Owing to the Installation and test
ing of tho new Dissolving Stereopticon
and electric Bpot light thero will bo
no exhibition in tho Donine Theater
Tomorrow night tho ceremony ot tho
"Lady ot tho Mount", held ut Kallhl
church, nnd many othor Interesting
new scenes of local and general Inter-
est will bo seen.
French, German and
- English Spok?n
Times Advertising for Sellers arid Buyers
OCTOBER 13. 1909. 10 PAGES.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. Or
ders were issued today from the
Navy Department for the cruisers
Raleigh, Cincinnati, New Orleans
and Albany, now on the' Pacifio
Coast, to replace the cruisers Cleve
lad, Galveston, Chattanooga and
Denver on the Asiatio station. These
ships are under the command of Rear
Admiral Harber of the Third squad
ron of the Pacific fleet. The Ra
leigh, Cincinnati and New Orleans
have been extensively repaired at
HENEY'S VOTE IS RECOUNTED
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 13. Re
count ot the primary vote for the of
fice of district attorney on the Dem
ocratic ticket was begun today.
The obvious pnrpose of those
seeking a recount of the primary re
sult is to put Francis J. Heney out
of the running. Heney went after
the Democratic and Republican nom
inations. He was defeated for the
Republican nomination, and now hit
place on the Democratic ticket is in
BARCELONA, Spain. Oct. 13.
Francisco Ferrer, a prominent edu
cator convicted during the recent
troubles is a revolutionist, .was shot
There will bo a dnnco tonight at tho
Moana Hotel In honor ot tho first-class
passengers nf tho transport Thomas.
Hawaiian music will be rendered dur
ing the dlnnor hour.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
MMMIf i MiM ii ml.. .
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phono 15.
GERMAN COFFEE CAKE
The Real Thin?,
Hotel near Union.
New Building Will
Public Service in
Class A Type
Tho features, by floors, of tho pro
posednow nssured new V. M. C. A.
building ure sketched on n big black-
. board In one of the windows of the
' permanent cnmpulgn headquarter. In
the Young Hotel building, on lllshup
street. A citizen looking over the list
this morning finished IiIh comment to
the top floor with tho remark that the
whole thing lacked only mi ueroplune
garage. It will bo a complete build
ing, Is the assurance of Mr. Super nnd
others who will have the last say In
determination of fentures. In every
city on tho continent Just at this time'
the new Y. M. C. A. building Is the
most modern structure.
It Is somo .years since a public ser
vice building, or, for that matter, n
block of any size or Importance, ex
cepting the 'Yokohama Speclo bink,
hns gone up In Honolulu. This Is one
of the strongest anil most compelling
facts behind the movement for tho
now Y. M. C. A. building.
Tho prospect of what San Francisco
cans anotnor citss a mmm- has
ruiuiiiiui-u in me tuime ui ;irj uir
tcr'g committee many men whue in-
slve. The .structure will be (hoi first
expression ot Honolulu united nnd
will likely" , be .followed closely by (he
The men with tho subecrlptlon, lists.
are everywhere today. Their terri
tory covers Honolulu as It ban not
been covered since volunteers did In
spection work for tho Hoard of Health.
It Is the Intention to havo an even
tOOO donations and for this purpose It
will bo necessary to see quite it num
ber mo ro than 1000 men, to do a 'lot
of correspondence and to see some
men more than once. At present sub
scriptions aro not being taken from
corporations, It being tho Idea that tho
Individual Interest should bo para
U. II. Trent Is Inking IiIh 190D vaca
tion In tho Y. M. C. A. building fund
rtov. Doremus Scudder. nastor bf
Ccntrnl Union Church, Is n member
oi !. u. Aiucnon h commuico nnu is
out with tho lUts every day.
Ynlti 4 ti.l avbah It n 4lrt tjiAit1mnA
MUI It SlllUViDUlli IIU "i 1.IIU UIVS,aUIWIIU .
voice, nas arrangeu wim nin superior
omcers ioworK overunie on mo couu-
ty booits in order that he may iiavo
.Invllvtit hnnra f,i rntiiiinlffti rwmili.ll.
tco work with the Y. M. C. A.
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, Itev. A. A. Eborsole, an old Y. M. C.
A. secretary, with an oxperlonco of
several building campaigns, volun-
tecred for the present bnttlo early in
t.A Kl,nHU !.- tl. hii.iui.fl nt rl-
j.iiu i.u.i..i..H. -w inu 'itin'nw w. .,-
UnC tho Y. M. C. A. the boltCflt lit Mr.
Ebcrsolo's advice nnd work tho Stand- This will not lessen the endeavor or I
Ing Comriilttco of Ccntrnl, Union tho canvassers, who wnn.t to get some
church voted to allow him n "vacation- thing from, every man on the' Unit
of two weoks with campaign commit- One of tho Ideas of a campaign bt'.teu I
tee. I days Is to ralso ono-tenth of tho tbtuH
' 'desired ench day. It will lu seen thatT
About fifty now men appeared ot
the headquarters for asslgniueui , The
i place was filled for tlio lun'mniiil ecu.
We wont every baseball player to be eauiuped with
a pair of these fast baseball shoes. Made of the best Tan
Willow calf leather strong as rawhide, but as pliable
on the foot as a kid glove. The difference between poor
and good shoes on the players may win or lose a game.
The price is $8,00 a little more than the ordinary
kind. They are worth the difference.
(Open Saturday evenings.)
1081 Fort St.
PRICE S CENTS.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 13. Pitts
burg won today's game in the
world's championship series after
one of the most exciting baseball
Raines the fans of this city have ev
er witnessed. Summers nnd Strange
were th: battery for Detroit, nnd
Adams aiitl Gibson for the Pittsburg,
The flmo ..... tieil in th sevcnth
innnjn, when Clarke for the Pitts-
burgs batted out a home run and
turned the tide for the Nationals
amid a pandemonium of cheers from
the tremendous crowd. Th: score
R II E
Detroit 4 0 !
Pittsburg 8 10 2
This nuts Pittsburg on: game in
the had for the championship.
BOSTON, Oct. 13. The
1CIC t0(jaV between the Boston
2.MBI o,i i, r.,,, Vn-t, Wo.
tionals resulted in a score, of Boston
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HAWAII IS KEY TO ,
Glad Government Realizes
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tlut United Ktitci i;overnmi'iit bus bJ(j
gun to ruil'ze th) srviit nlruteglc lui
)ortnnci of tl.o lluwnllaiis Islands i
j tho key to the situation tin It pcrtnlii
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. wuh maim hk ii souvenir rnr Hm .n.
jvussers. ino worn nil iiiou-r 11m lino
is going stronger than -ur thlsar-,1
ternoon, A marl: for tho labor ot'ti I
,iny lnH been set and It will bo tlific '
fort to keep tho returns nt oyofv imun '
above thut murk. It Is hinted that ii
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m nuiln Imm itllin-. lain.,,!., 1..- '.,.., II ' :
tho uverngo for tho first few hours 'of I
tho nctual work Is considerably abovo j
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