Newspaper Page Text
From San Franciieoi
Alainctla , Nov. 2G
For San Franciicoi
Hllonlnn Nov. 30
MAKURA Dec. 1U
Advertised wants act more quick-'
ly than a messenger and are cheaper
than the telegraph. Send vour incs
sacc through tiic Bulletin classi
fied columns. The cost is hut one
cent a word and the results ate huge.
Honolulu merchants need Bulletin readers In their business
I For Vancouver:
Aoinngl Dec. 8
VOL. XI. NO. 4475.
12 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OR HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1B09. 12 "PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
MnuuxttMHUL . au mamhhmi
-HiiXSBii- .JBlWl.TST TOj
M" 't r "w
A.. . . i
JBi V JSJN 1JN U
DEADLY SEA SWEPT
GERMAN MILLIONS FOR NEW
The National Program on
(Special tn llio Dili let I n)
Washington, 1). C. Nov. 11. With
tlio elections over iitnl tlio roturn tit
President Tuft and Cabinet Oflltcrs
mil tlio dally IiuiiiiiIiik "f Senators
mid Representatives lutcicst lb con
teicd In tlio wurk (if tlio fli-Hl icgul.ir
session of tlio flint Congress. The
President's mos-iugo will lie nwaltert
csgorly as II Is oxpcttrtl thai now tlio
tiirllT question Ik nettled fur this ad
mlnlstiutlon, Mr. Tuft will make
many other recommendations for
Congressional nctlun In his nmt mes
sage. Anions them will ptoh,ibl ho
suggestions for Increasing tho Bcopo
niiil power of the Inlor-Stntu Com
merce Commission, Including n couit
In cxpcilllo litigation. Mr. Tuft uilit
In ono of Ills Bpceelies
"Tho administration was
elected on u philfoiiu thai wo
proposed In carry out tho pot
It leu of Theodoio Roosevelt, and
wo pioposo to keep that piom
Iso." He has tiuiilo It il'p.ir, however,
lliat no legitimate corporation has
mi) thing to fear and this nppllOM to
' latlronds us well us Industrial con
cerns, In thn sainn conseivativo wnv tho
rrcsldcnt wilt ileal with' tho labor I
Interests. Ho will iccommem! logts-1
latlon relative to the Issuing of In-
Junctions, but there will bo no mir-
gcstlons favoring labor Unions.
Kvory mnn nnd every organization
will bo enu.il before the Inw. anil
there will he no special legislation
for or against anyone.
Tho conservation policy will at
tiact much attention, and nirnttempt
will li'o mnilo to ptoent all control
ot natural resources by monopolies.
No definite policy for Inland water
uii)H will bo announced until Its
fcuslblllty Is determlneil by capable
englneeis and Its cost fully deter
mined. The Government's Irrigation
policy will, howocr, bo continued
It Is baldly likely that there will
be any monotury legislation during
thu coming session. Tho commis
sion will not havo Its rcpoit ready
anil tho President will not usk for
I'ctlon till tho report Is completed.
Tlio question of Postal Savings Ilaiili"
(Continued on Page 3)
mil l IfflfllliBlt n a a ton I
"""""'" ""' Chief Justice W. J. Mills of the
In honor of thu Captain and ofllccrs L'lwT PUrt a4nn0u"
of thu ItallHii cruiser Calagrla. tho I cd y that "5 nad accepted the
MiMiiii Hotel will entertain tomorrow
night with n iHnro to which all Army,
.-vnvy mill sucieiy rolK nro coullally In-
"Just exactly what I
had been. wishing some
one would send me."
Doesn't it seem Rood to receive an
acknowledgment like that?
You arc bound to receive a similar
one if you place with ui an order for
pineapple. BECAUSE Hawaiian
pineapple is fast becominK recognized
us i uc ainnutuui vt mt wurtLii
rnd is now much sought after in the
We ship the BEST,
CANNED or FRESH.
Island Fruit Co
72 S. King St.
FERN IS WANTED
BY GRAND JURY
Major IVrn was 111 attonilancu nn
the flraiid lury this moinlug mid whllo
tho chief executive of thu city anil
county was not called noforo tho In
quisitorial liody ho was there, ready
rnd waiting. Tho Grand Jury had
under consideration tlio ciko of Wllllo
'Crawford, against whom charges of
accepting n HO hrltio huo neon made,
Tho nllcged bribe taking occurred
when Crnwford as acting as messen
ger for tho Cly and County Attorney's
office, tho chaigo being that ho ae
copied the money for an effort to bo
used toward preventing n enso against
a Clilncso opium smuggler from com
ing lo trial.
Crowf.ird was suspendi-d from his
work In till! City and County Attor
ney's ofllco nnd It was thought that
the enso had dropped for lack of sup
porting evidence until It developed
that somo member of tho Oram! .lury
was curious to know something furth
cr of tho nlli-ged proceedings.
TO BE ENTERTAINED
Bulletin Newsboys Will'
Have Outing and Feast
At Pearl Harbor
When tho 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n newsbojs
""'I "'at they were to huu
olr outliiR and feast on Thanks-
Bivn g uay one m uio no, ,.... -
ut,m "e!l,B l''"
on the various
ways nnd kinds of peoplo who arc
entertained In Honolulu, said:
"Geo, that's all light Just like
And their ciitcitnlnnicnt will ho
like that oil a visiting Congressional
Iiilty If thj Intentions of tho It u I -I
o 1 1 u are carried out, and there.
Is no danger that they will not, as'
"Al" Jungclnus of the l'alni says
that tho dinner that Tho bojs will
be bcnetl will be even better tbun
what his holiday patrons get. Wliou
cue reads tho menu that the l'nlm
will placo before Its diners tomur
low It Is hard to bellovo that this U
possible, as It seems that the menu
Includes everything known to the
culinary art. Hut It Is true Just tho
sumu fioni tho bojs' point of view
, becnuso there Is to bo candy and
soda water on the bos' bill of faro
while tho regular patrons will hno
tc sustain fheiusoUos without (hose
(Continued on Page 4)
GOVERNOR OF NEW MEXICO
SANTA PS, New Mexico. Nov. 24
appointment as Governor of the Ter-
ritory. He will be succeeded on the
Iwnrh hv w w Pm
- v: '.. - '
HANDLING TRUSTS OF ALL DE-
SORIPTIONS IS OUR FORTE
IT WILL BE A PLEASURE
SHOW YOU OUR SYSTEM
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 Tort St.
it Is not clear what Information tho
Mn)or Is supiHised to havo on tho ill-
rloged bribe-taking. Hn planned to go
down tlio country today but waB pro
vented from his Journey by mi Inti
mation from a member of tho Orand
Jury that his services might bo need
ed before tlio Inquisitors.
A number of itcrsons were c.illed bc
forn tho Jury during tho morning, ad
journment being taken at noon without
any doflnllo result being obtained In
consideration of tho rharges against
It Is stated that tho Grand Jury Is
r.ot pursuing Its Investigation of
Craw find nlong tho lines of tho theory
Hint, bo may be connected with tho ac
thitlcs of llio opium smugglcis who
itro now being uncovered by tho I-Vd
oral nilthoiltles a report to this effect
bit) lug been circulated this morning
Tho $40 transaction Ik tho iin'y cir
cumstance on which tho Orand Jury
wants enlightenment as fur as Craw
ford Is concerned
If tho contentions thai neio made,
this morning by Attorney Frank
Thompson In Judgo lloblnsou's depmt
ment or tho Clicult Court uro sus
tallied, practically all of tho decrees
of divorce that havo beeif granted in
tho Circuit Court during tho couse of
the past several years would bo In
validated anil without legal st.iudlu.
Thompson's point was raised In thu
divorce case ol Isabel Itasmiisseii
against Tborval ltasmiKseii. Mis
Itasmusscn secured tho decree of ill
in Co and tho custody ot a minor child
sumo time ago, with alimony at $50
per month, llustmissen failed to pay
the alimony. and an order win, Issued
citing him ror contempt.
In his argument this morning
Thompson ittoiney for Rasmiissen
Occlnml thnt tho decreo thai wns
granted Mrs. Rnsmussen was null and
void because It did not establish tho
Jurisdiction of tho court by containing
the necessary facts of rcsldcrco nnd
procedure In tho conduct of tho enso
preliminary to tho granting of tho de
creo. As all illvorco decrees that
htio been granted havo been drawn
!,n ll wanner similar to that of tho Ras.
niUBsen decreo, a sustaining of TIioiiiih
ton's position would amount to a gon
era) nullification of Circuit Couit ill
orco decrees. Judgo Robinson said
that as such nil Important question
was raised ho would ask tin) attorney
to submit briefs, E. C. l'oters appear
ing for Mrs, Rnsniiisscn,
VA SWEEPS TENERIFFE
I lAm CRUZ Teneriffe Nov. 24.
Eruptions of the volcanio craters
formed on this island are becoming
more violent, ureat streams of lava
are issuing from the craters and
wiping out all living things that
come in their path. -Tremendous
damage is being done and the peo
ple aie in a state of panic.
INSANITY SAVED HER
AUBURN, Cal., Nov. 24. The
jury in the case of Almar Bell,
iharged with murder, brought in a
verdict of acquittal 'on the ground
that the woman was insane when
she killed her lover.
COMMISSIONER OF PENSIONS
WASHINGTON, Nov. 24. James
Davenport was today appointed Com
missioner of Pensions.
Tho Walmuualo brldgo, ovor which
cnnsldeiablo complaint was regUtor
cd because It bolng claimed that tho
stiucturo wns unbound, has been ro
palled. The structure bus bcon
closed lo Irallle for t-ome weeks past
ponding Din woik being done upon
It by the o.ul ,nii bridge gnngs.
The blldgi; l now l,n IliHt-clnss con
dition i(iiil Is tcndeieil safu for heavy
! Of Divorce
Z e I a y aCapLUNDERWOOD
Imprisons WAS LOST AT SEA
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 24. Lat
est news from Nicaragua contains
the information that several Ameri
cans are reported to be in prison
there through orders from Zelaya.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PORTE C0B1EZ, Nov. 24. It is
reported that CO &ca officials are
civing material aid to the Nicara-
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Nov. 24,-r-Benja-ruin
Cable of Chicago has been ap
pointed Assistant Secretary of Com
merce and Labor.
.SHOT FOR CHEERING REBELS
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
It is reported todav by cable that
forty persons were shot in, Corinto
by the forces under Zelaya for cheer
ing at reports of rebel .victory.
RAILS FOR RAPID
A portion of tho now steel raits nec
essary for the iliiiib'n tracking of somo
of the down town lines of tluTRaplU
Transit sj stein as well as for the lay
ing ot a proposed extension, hae nr-rhc-d
Tho railroad Btcl was Included tn
tho shipment of eight thousand tons
of general freight which arrived ut
this port yesterday by tho American
Hawaiian freighter Alaska!'.
The cargo brought by this cssel Is
said to havo been tho largest that hns
arrived by an American-Hawaiian liner
In many months.
Tho vessel also brought n consider
able portion of tho steel to bo used In
extending thu Hues or tho Ifllo Hall
way Company on, tho big Island.
Wednesday, Novambor 21,
Stmr. Claudiuo, from Hawaii and
Maul ports; pass, und gen. cargo.
Am. schr. Robert Lowers, from Port
Ludlow, enrgo lumber.
The Bulletin will not bd pub
lished tomorrow, Thanksgiving Day,
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS OF UP
PER MAKIKI WATERS
Until further notlco tho uso ot
water for purposes of irrigation In
tho Mnnoa and College Hills Districts
Is stilctly piohlbltod.
J. M. LITTLi:,
Siiperlhteiiilmu ' Honolulu
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. H November SI,
3 1-2x3 1-2
30c and 60c
All Films List Price
Hollister Drug Co.
OF ROBERT LE
Commander of Schooner Robert Lewers
Swept Overboard and Lost In
Heavy Seas Wife On Board
' Captain Uiideiwood of tho schooner
Robert Lowers wns washed overboard
and lost on October 27, HKID, while tho
ship was bound to this port from Port
This was tlio startling news con-
c.cd to the hoarding olllri-rs of tho
Iriistoms house when tho schooner Rob-
irt Lowers inailo ort this noon.
Tim slorr of tho tragedy is very
brief Tho ship was hailing along In Ho le.nes a widow, and one son. -.nlstn If any deed exists from Ih'Hlill
heavy weather. Just nl dusk a trc- II. Underwood, who Is connected In ajjii, (loM-riiiiu'iil to the llultril HtfiUj.'
ineiidouo pea came nbiiaril mid sweep- clerical inpnclty with the firm of ljw , u.,, miicd uu tho .Secretary of tint;
lug tho after part of tho ship, took crs R. Cooke. I lutrrlnr and Hmk up the m itteHwIIli
Captain Underwood mer tho rail Inloi Captain Underwood was the lil I tin- chief clerk ns to who control!
the ocenn. Tho sanio wa carried tho' member or the ships romp-my thattu, parks In the Teirllory. ,
second ninto and a seaman Into tho post his wife. Tlio big sea whjch w.is "Tho chli f eleik e.illed In his assist'''
ocean but by ono of Ihu curious freaks I Milpied during a storm that continued Innt and dlicctril lilm In t.iko up tho
of the wucs Iheso two men wcro for scvor.il days almost caused n ' niMiier with nie nnd n do all in liU
washed back Into'tbu scupimre. .ul nin'tiniul a seaman to be wabd ( -n fin tin r the proposition.
Tho reinnlnlng olllrers and crow of M or tho side. They weio miu-iI fr "ii . nssli.ini .clerk and iiiVMjr
the ship acted Immediately but I tin a wMvry gtaVu.jOiil!i.uUSh ciil'lllng uiu nv. r iln- tthnlfi millM. mid lii
heavy sea running and tho' hlRht com- at somo plec i rif luinher projecting;,,,-,!,.,. u,ai t might pioperl) couu Jiop
lug on inailo tho sonrch with any lioKi from the In go deck load can led by I fore tho Hiiuorablo Seiielnfy wtrhriL
of success. Impossible. Kvcry offort the vessel. I, , Willo,hlm n letter, which I ilk
was made to rescue tho captain but The Rob-rl Lowers met with tho1 "Al tbo reuuest of the clerk I culled
ho wns not seen or imam liner mo
wave swept lilm to his ocean grave.
Mrs. Underwood accompanied her
hiisbniid on tho trip. Tho oomnrind
of tho ship wns immediately assumed
by First Mate A. Anderson. '
Captain Underwood wns ono of tho
best known ship musters that count
Into this harbor, Ilo has been com
ing hero for many ears und had u
very wide circle of friends.
Captain Underwood wns a well
known man In Honolulu and many
A BIG SUCCESS
tt The Initial introduction of Ma- tt
8 niln cigars In thoso Islands In St
tt largo quantities by tho M. A. tl
tt (lillist Co. hns resulted In a few tt
tt das In tho largest sale of a 5t
tt single brand of cigars by .i ono il
tt storo that 'has over been exper- tl
tt fenced in Hawaii. tt
tt Mr. Ivakln, manager of tho tt
tt Ounst Storo, when seen this tt
tt morning said that their sale of it
tt Manila cigars had been much it
tt larger than they had expected, il
it and that In fact it had been thu it
tt largest sale, not excepting hull- tt
tt days, that troy had over had, ii
tt Tho announcement of tho nr- it
U rival and sale of this shipment of it
it Manila cigars was advertised ux- it
ii clustvely In tho ft v o n I n g II u I- it
tt lot I ii up to jesterday after-tt
tt noon it
tt This emphasizes mice more tho tt
tt fnct that good goods backed by ti
tt II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Publicity, aro cor- tt
it tain of a largo snlo, tt
HEAPS OF DEAD IN MINE
CHERRY, 111., Nov. 24. The
worst fears of the searchers in the
bhafts of the great mine of this town
were realized today when they came
upon a heap ot human bodies that
it presented the horrible death toll
of the great disaster. j
One hundred and sixty-eicht bod
ies were massed in a heap, that
fchowed what a horrible fight for,
life had been made. The men had
evidently rushed to one point from
various shafts in the hop of escap
ing ,only to meet with death. There
are twenty-one men of the three hun
dred odd in the mine when it caught
fire that have not been accounted for.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Nov. 24. The
United States Fisheries Commission
recommends that an agreement be
entered into bv all nations toward
the end that pelagic sealing be abol
ished and that sea mammals be preserved.
jours ago was eniploeil 111 the Inlei
Isliind trade. Ilo aflrrwurds went In,,,,, ,K, miiIjJc -t Mr Ill hley fits' thu'
for steamboatlng and later on became following to haj
captain of tho Robert Lewers.
Sumo years ago Captain I'nilerwood
married Miss Way, daughter of a well
known Honolulu man.
no was ror
about tell ears in tho eniiilin of Lou
urs & Cooke.
c.iptalu underwood was in his wty
li.nrlh M'ar at tho llnie of his death.
sioini live iiijs oui riom Kan rran-i,,,,
Cisco and according to tlu story
(nought Intro by Urst Mutu Anderson
tho weather was exttoinely nasty diir-
lug the i Iv part of tho vojuge,
C.iptalu "nilernood has been master
of the Robert l.uwcrs for tint past nine
years. Prior to that ho had been on
a run between the coast and tho is
lands in the schooner Fresno and other
vessels, Tlio deceased skipper has
been known to tho Hawaiian shipping
trade for oer thirty jours,
BERLIN. Nov. 24. Germany's
determination to proceed with its
policy of naval expansion was evi
denced today when the terms of the
naval budget were made public.
This budget calls for the expendi
ture of one hundred and six and a
half millions of dollars on the navy,
and carries provision for the con
struction of a new cruiser battleship
and a large number of submarines.
in i ii 1 1 i
If not you had better hur
ry before your size is gone.
This is our new tan ORBY
Oxford selling for $4.00, and
they have the snap and style
in them that makes them a
favorite with young men.
Ownership of Site Is
Subject of Investi
iKpi'd.il to the II u I I ell II.)
Wnibliigloii. I). ('
Built i I if i iMrcMiiu.'ii'.eiil 'Jir
Washington t.r-kli:- tho right, hndj
I the winng In n-rml in tin- ownership.
of the Kind Mirioiiiiilliis ihu Cook piim
I nni. -nl Ii.ih hilt 'tinwpil Mr. A. till IlleV
"1 first lslted the Htule Dep illmi.nl..
to llml out win Hut the llrlllh Gov-
erninciii had ti.uisu nod Its t llio to
iiln imnl tn Hie 1'nlii-il Hi.iiutL.
Jir. I'.-iir. the tliUf iliuk, leeched
me uiy K I u 1 1 and at on Co liecumo,
Interestrd In Hie matter. He Is now
i,...i,,,r ,i. r.....,,.i.. uni,...i ,.. .".r.jv.
i,ni i moriiliig mid ho
a litter to our (loxeriini In luhllon tn
mi) existing deed fioni this Monurrjfy,
Cloerumeiit to tho llrltlsh liovurli-'
meiit. giving data etc. and reiiiUed
me on my return III Hi comber lo Inku1
up tho matter with the (lovernor.anil
the llrltlsh Consul al Honolulu.
"I was received und treated with tho
utmoit courtesy In all llio dep.utmepls
on whom I have bad any business.' It
, reipilred three iI.ijh of im 1 1 nut lirordi
cr to get what I have iiuiP-rliHik to diij
inml do not regret my time ent In thu
(matter If we ran suirced. All the ilo
Iparliiieuts on wjioni I h-iv called hawi
, bocniii" Interested In the nrillijr and I
reel erv ceitiln thnt wtt will jtjrit
made Into u public or lullon-it monu
ment. Follow lug I ciny of Mr. Itlr-hluVx
leuer iiiiiiro.tr I in in,, tscciotai) of
Hie Ilil'Mlur ' I I
Washington. !. C . Nov. r.. lain.
.Tho Honorable, Hie Secretary of thu'
Sir- I Invite your ntlentlo'i 'In tho
following fact,. In letillon n, n tract,'
if laud on tho Ihland or lluu.ill lii I hi,
District of Soulli Kon-i, on tho baytof
Kc itakekiia. on which Iips In en orFilod'
a montiineiit In commeiuoratlon nreCap
taln Cook by whom tho Hawaiian Ib-
Continiied on Face 2) 'w
Tomoirow night ThaiiksgUIng, a
ilancn will bu given nt Hut He.isldo lio
lel. Kaal's oichestra will pi i) ilnilm;
the dinner hour mid at llio ilaticn.
Call and see Mlko Pattin at tlui L'n
Loin , .
Shoe Co., Ltd.