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EVEMUJG PULtETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. MOHD .', M'T 2, mo
ROOSEVELT AND POPE
INCIDENT, AGAIN OPENED
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I.OWnt.b, May 1. In do lining to nrcopt tin Invitation to Hie Vat
ican with n string tied lu It, Colonel Roosevelt wantonly Iniullcit tho
1'opp. tin nnlltiic In tho Mint Itcv. WHIInm II O'Connrl), aiohlilHlmp itr
rniiMnnco anil irmljiitnr iiirhlilshnii of lloMi.i..
Arclibhhnit O'Cniulnll, In tho rcurso cf mi fuhlrfrw iMUoroil tmlijr hn
torn tlm lYdcintlon of Amorlran Cailuille SJocIciIi-k, look tlm former rrp
litont to In h!; foi the utaliil which Ho lupk In lof.nril in tlio Vallcnn Invl
lallon, ami kiUI llial Uotnliol Itinwecll's nctlcn toulil do innlilircil In i..i
oilier lltht llinu uu .i) dire I Insult t t lic pope ,
Tim Vatican llirldolit wiih Kciu-rally guppoicil In lie o'cwil, nml tho ac
tion of Arelitiliho) OX'oiliicll In bringing It iii again linn ruiiswl in llttlo
CALIFORNIA-MINISTERS WOULD STOP FIOHT.
SAN 1'HANCIdCO. Mny I, -An n result of tliu. death of McCarthy t Iit
liiiglltst, from-liliurlci roceUed In lilt light with Owen Muran, tlio minis
tern of tin- tlivspcl of California have inaugurated u StalVwldn movement
ngnllist Hie ihiiiiltoiihti light between Jmncs J. Jeffilea and Jack John
Ftn, Bchtihiled to bit pullc'il off In this c!t on July I.
SportltiR-'inen have he-op looking fnrwaid lu the Jnffrlcs-Jnhninn flght
with gieat luleient, and It W expected lli.lt them wl.l ho Klrong oppotl
tlon fiom them In any until t at flopping tlio promlueil mill.'
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CIVIL WAR VETERAN COMMANDER DEAD.
MIIIANON, May ) , MnJ. Jlcn. J. 1', 8. Unbln, civil war veteran ami
former coriiniandoMn-chlef of tho (Irani! Army of the Republic, died line
today, (lencral Oolilli commanded tho National (luard of lVjiiinylvniilii
1 ilmlnff tho uwil BtrlKn elf 1902..
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STORMS IN MIDDLE STATES.
Cjli('no, May 1. florins, nrc ra&Ing IhioitRhoiit tho Mlddlo Wc:
Keilei.illy. ' '
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NEW ENGLAND LABOR' TROUBLES. ' ,
IIOSIQN, May l. Uenuial labor troubles aro causing worry through
out Now- England. . ' '
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QUIET MAY DAY IN PARIS. . " "
I'AIMH, Mnj t, - l)cili foreriWH tu tha contrary, May Diy passed
off quietly lii'thU clt. , .
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FOR' SE'AL PROTECTION,
WAStllNOTON, I). C.j May 1 Secretary Nagel of tho Department
of Ccmnicrco hnd Labor iri S.itnnl ly Jasiiinl tho llrat oniera under bin
icw plan for II lie (oneervatlnn of the- teal herd).
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ROOSEVELTS VISIT.TULIP EXHIBIT.
, .,VMfJT(:itl?M, May 1. .'oluiiiil ltuiiielt ahil pirty spent Inday at
thu n'alltin.il tlillp Rhow p -
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ADMIRAL HIGHBORN IS DEAD.
WAS1IINUTON, U C May 1. Itear-Zdmlrnl Philip lllehborn, U. S.
Navy, died hero today.
Admlinl iiichbnru had a dlntii.zulnhed career In the navy. Ills drat
icrvlce waarit Urooltlyn Navy Ya'd, where h,c entered as shipwright ap
prentice after graduating from tho llto.. High School. Later, by direc
tion of tho Naty IJopartmvnt, ho took Ji special murce In tdilp tnnstruc
tion n ml dexlgn, becoming in.mler xblpwilght at M.iru Miami Navy Yard
IT: 18G2. tu lSGI) he was toinmlsBloucd 1 aBalst.mt naval coustiui tor. I'lom
1893 until t'jet In) servud iih thief nn.jl innstrttMqr with tho rank or
' rear ndmlr.il, and'' In tfiq latter yo.it-jrcllreih 1
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NORD ALEXIS IS"DEAD. " " ' '
KtNtTSTON, .IiiiiiiiIki, Mai 1, ;iird Alexis, ex-ITosblent of tho Hc
jmbllc of llujtl, died herp toiljy.
At tho time of tho icient troubles Jn Haytl, Alexis was tho storm
center. It was charged that ho was arbitrary In hU actions, that ho de
prived persons of their property without duo process of law, and that ho
allowed foreigners to be treated wit h, undue severity.
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Bid OUNS FOR PANAMA.
WASHINUTON. U. C. Mny 1. Tho Precldont rocommends that ton
Kroat fourtcen-lnch rtlle3 bo mounto.1 an tho main protection to tho canal,
to bo supplemented by tWehc six-Inch rlllos and twonty-flvo twelve-Inch
With this ainnmcnt It Is thought that tho c.u.al would be frco from
nttuM-, or iililq to beat off any hostllo licet that might be bent to hcIzo tho
big ditch lu case of war.
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TAFT FAVORS BAli'lNOER IN SPEECH.
lirrrAJA), N, v., My li .,1M'(lcllt Taft was banqueted hero last
nlgUt, taking, luhantngo of tho occasion to malte another' defonso of Sccte
tary of the Interior llajllngcr, who Is under llro from tho Plnchot forces.
Tho Picslilent did not mako any direct slatcmcnU', btit those who heard
him left under the Impression that ho liuil Ihillrectly accused tho ones
fighting tho Secretary of tho Interior of hmlng iiiUrqprcsentcd tho posi
tion or that oinilal and of Inning traduced him lu tholr criticisms of bis
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PARIS READY FOR LABOR TROUBLES. ' .
PAHI8, May 1. Twenty thousand tronps hao been massed In tho
city Jn readiness for any outbreak that might lome today as the result
of the May Day labor demonstrations. A great mass meeting of tho
worklnginon nili) socialists has been called, and It Is feaied that the ex
citement or tho occiUnn may Induce some ilnllng. Tho tumps: aio so
utatlnnod' thai they command tho prlttclp.il avenues and am icady tu
moo quickly to any parfot thoclty. ) f
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ANOTHER BIO AVIATION PRIZE OFFER.
LONDON, Slay 1, .The Intenso Interest being tnl.en n tho art of
u'roplanlng, slnco the lecoul-brcnking flight of I.ilhan ftom lindpii to
Manchester, continues throughout the IJl'lteil Kingdom: Yesloulay It wa3
unnouptcd that n purso of fifty thnuutid. dollars hud booh raised and
would bo offered to the winner of n flight fiom London to Edinburgh.
A number of aviates havo already made Inquiries' respecting, tho
condltlona of.lho rnto.
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EOYAL MARRIAGE IN JAPAN. .,,', ...
TOIO, May ), r'lho eugagome: t of I'rlucc33 Nobuko 1-uml No Ml
yn, the third 'daughter of tho Empoior and Empress, to Prince Asaku
was Jormally, announced, yestorday. Tlie wedding of tboiojal couple will
ttiKe pliuo ouMVlday noxt and will bo an o'nboinlo affair. '
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FORMER ISLAND INSTRUCTOR DEAD.
NEW YOItKh May I. Jotijt Qulnc) Adams Wood, American consul at
ati'nn, dlod hero today,
John Qiilnc' Adams was formerly nn Instructor at Punahpu. Later
ho wont to Harvard to tako up post grudunto work, and va named as
American consul at Milan Inst Soptonibcr,
BUYERS ARE SHY
ON OPEN MARKET
Experts Believe Decline Has Run Its
Course Cuban Planters Let Out
Only Enough for Immediate Expenses.
ithf ir"i rlinHi ,n l
I is about
1 mal.i the
inoie thitn the sowing of Iwo jean
ago, when, with nnnnil vi'.nher it
crpp of fi fi 11,0.10 Irlis s prndlfM
Mall ndvlCfs dIiIp. thai tliero haV
been no sign!) ,nf a falling o In ill"
nctual consumption of simar. and tint
the Blockii In tlio bands of (bo gwerf
Is to all appearances much rr-diu I
lii'iirlng n continued itotdy druianl
On llin linplnvpinent nf tlm European
riblo on April lSlh. Iho IVderal aii.M'
lleDnlng Company ndvanced llulr soil
lug IissIh to n.ICo for prompt, nml r..::.".e
lor do)n.wd delhpiy anil on tlu ic
rnntit .n i..ror--iiii-'r: 7rr'jr'!r.
in hit . rjr "Till ir.up, -H i. SB
T.h,1t waa itPrtc, and v.lll M U filtt.
o area 1infid ttlmui 11 t ZiiJMJLy
Exp.anntloii of the dtop in mig.ir tho nlng of tlm 13th liccnmo firm nl tli
oaily part of Iho month ! given. Pi full advance. All other refiners nnmo
the rolllmlng veiy InU-rcling circular .tho same prlco at B.ICp, eish less 1
Vegetable Cdniptuind '
Colitmbits. tllilo. "1 It'mi taken
T.Mli.t E. l'lnkliutn's Veuet.iblo Coin.
II II T 1 II K
Issued by Iho lVdernl rotlnory peoplo
under unto or April ir:
New York, April ICtli, IDHl
Tho periionillcular dccllno of tho
European beet market has had Kb ef
fect on holders heio, espechlly tlmsc
who hap yrisnlil sugan, afloat nml for
piompt shipment, llnjers have bedn
out nf tho market, and no transncllnnrt
wcio icimrtcit uulll )ostcrdny, when
the Keilernl Sugar lleflnlng Compnn
bouglit 18,000 bags Cubis, on n steam
er In port, that could begin dlrchnrg
Ing at unco, at -' 16-lfio cott nmi freight
for 9B" tpst, the equivalent of 4.3i)o
dollvcreil. There wa another ilecllno
of Jk-lKo today,' nn tho salo of 40,0)0
lugs Cuius, for April shipment In the
Aiurricau hligar Itellnlng Cmupiny ti... Wll,. Imnebnll easnn will mien
in., ,i000 bags lu tho samo ixisltlon, to ' iti 3uudn, -lay,8,. Tbrco senior ami
for prompt delivery. W""" 'hero U
llttlo now hujlng, stocks In ihe haniU
of the trade are being rnpldlj reduced
and bueis, kuonlug tbnl rcllned will
lespnud (mmcdlalrly, to nny Immnvrl
tendency of Hie raw market, are mini
ally watching tho situation verj eiro
DOTS AND DASHES.
Next Wcdnoaday thc'Whll Cup ten
nis tournament will stait up and hwiu
good play If oxpPCteiL
Dick Knlllvnti inado n'g'iod referee
fUr iho big fight on Saturdjy nlRht.
nml his decision waH.ihn only one po ,
the 'Cilornl Sugar HelHiIng Company, Itlneo Junior teu'ins will bo
nl 2S cost and freight, reducing tho
H -t quotation to tho -jasis of 4.23140
c.ti y paid for 9fi Centrifugals. Th?!
Ed opean market, at tho eoso Ih quoted
at Ms Pid, the equivalent of Colo
dutj paid Now York, ho that out spot
market at J.ZSUq for 3li L'cntllfilg.th ti... inmn.l innnln rlmninlnnihln Is
liiiJ6 points under tho worlil'H value tti net lint a lot or nltenllon and on
or sugar. At this tlnio last year .tin
dirrcreucu was 28 points. Httch a illf
ferenco Is of cofirso nn unusnrilly Inrgr
one, and tho only rcaeon for It Is the
inability of tlio Cuban holdoro lo carry
tholr supplies until the) nro needed
by our re-Oners, llowuur, nn mo
rapidly approaching the hoasnn when
llio prndiicllon In Culm will hUmcIII)
decrease, aitil mmo rcstenco on Uu
p.ut of sellers Is then to be expected.
Tho pressure to sell U confine I prln
league this scar,
Ironmau McColloimh wis esquired
bv lA'mn, tho ,well known luseball
player, am) two other I'oit Slinflcr
ulon on Snlurdny n'.i't.
Mnv 18 I hero will bo some line doings
on the Ilerctonln and Pacific conns
Illll Unlhul was In Wnhllanl's cit
nee mi Kntimlnv lllltllt.' Illll trained
both Mono and Wahllanl for the lights
nml thought ho hail two certain wlq
now Instead or one.
No tight should bo brought on In
this city unless tho lloor of the rln
Is nmlded. When a min Is knocked
nut Im lu In ivrnn! flnner nf rrnrtiir
!.. ..... ... .. .. .. . .".w.n ."... n.w.. ".. ..T
tipjiij 10 nvnriiy nun. ai ine csoj lagthe bise of his skull If bo bits an
prompt shipment could bo bouglit on
the basils of 2ft coat npd freight, tho.
equivalent ot 4 2.1VJc. v.lth May shlpi
ment ottered at 2 lMCr cost nud
freight, the equivalent of 4.30c duty
paid, and It certainly looks as If llicst
vntucs were very cloco to Iho resisting
liolnti The iccovery will comcj Just
ns8()jin as buyers spo Jlwt sellorit have
coiifldotrce In their position, tliby will
they try and pick up supplies to envoi'
tncir Uto spiing and caciy ummoi;
ictiiiircments, when, lu vlow of tho
strong statistical position, vory much.
higher prices aro warranted. Tlio mnr-
kct closes steady, with tho spot quo
tation on the bisls of 4.2216c duy
paid for 90' Centrifugals, 3.T3Ue duty
paid for 8!i Muscovadoeis, and 3JSVie
duty paid for 8'J Mol.tssus sugars, Thi.'
world's visible supply Is 2 D60,0un tonst
as compared with 3,200,000 tons last
j ear. Tho total slocks at tho four
ports nro 33,5uO ton 3, as comp 'red
with 322,101 tons, last year, und
Messrs. Wlllctt U Gr.iy csllnmto tlm
slocks afloat at 101 ooo tons, against
81,000 tons last your, mid tho total
stocks In tbe U. K. and Cuba together
r.s CJ7.B30 .tons, uu Inert aso of 38,110
Ions ftom last venr.
The situation In tl0 Island remains
unchanged. Cublcs report tho market
quiet, with nothing doing, planters gon
orally being icsorvcd In tholrs offer
ings, and only putting on thu market
such moderate quantities as soma of
them lequlroto moot their currebt e.t
gut;ements. Tho woather continues
favorablo for grinding operations, on
account of the continuance of tho
drought, but tlio number of Centinl.1
gilndlirg Iiiih bcun icduced In 15J,
I'rom now on this uumbcr will dlmlm
lull steadily, mid towards tho end of
tho month coiim of 'jho laigor nlllld
will olosc. '
After tho recovery on Iho 13th to
14s B'4d for tho cunont mouth, prJce
ngaln reacted, until this" morning' i
quotation of 14s for tho current mouth.
14s 0?id for May, mid 14a IVid for
August was reached, The closing to '.
day Is rntlicr better, being steady, iihj
(OlIOWS, fll(l 11 IIHJKH as ii mo iiecunu
had iiu Us couieoi
April Hit) era lis Pnl, oquAH DOlc
duty pild Now Yoijt
Mny Hit) eis 14s lid, equals C.ftc
dul paid Now York,
rvugust llnjers 14s 2yjil, equals
6 03c duly paid Now York.
Octnbor-Pvcoinber Uttjors lis O'd
equals 4.l3o duty paid New York.
I Jch t wires lis today that tho weath
er U favorable for field work, nml that
change of Hie. My
doctor tout me it
was good, and since
taking It 1 feel so
much better that 1
e.utiloull in' work
il'.ilH. , I. think
l.jill.i fi. HiiMmn's
VR table Com.
pound n Hue remedy
for nil wiimnii'f
troubles, mill 1
nnver forget to tell
inv rrleti'U what It hasdono M mo."
Mrs. E. llAVsd.v, not East IxingBt.,
Another Woman Helped.
Oraultovllle. VU "I was imssinir
throUKhlhn Chnugdof Life nud sulTorod
from nervuiuness nml uthcr (.iniovlug
symptoms. I.ydlii E. l'lnkbam's VegD-'
tablis Compound restored myheaHlininl
stiougth.utitl proved worth mounUilns
of gold to me., l'or tho sake of other
stiflerlng women 1 mil ullllli;; vju
should pitbllsh my letter," Mus.
UitAitt.cs ItAtiuiAY, ll.V.l)., Uraullo
U'omen who aro tnsslnffthrouBh this
critical jicriod or who aro suffering
from any of those distressing Ills pe
culiar to their sex Should not loaoslpht
of tlm fact tint for thirty )ean I.ydin
11 l'lnkbam's Vegetable Compound,
which Is made jfruin'rootsaiid herbs.
hw N'eii ties htandaru remedy fur
femato Ills. In nlmost uverv commu
nity you will II nd women who have
bi-eti. restored to health by I.vdia E
l'lnkbam's Vegetable Compound.
Tho Trail nnd Travel Club Is get
ting up steam nn'd soon will hn In
full swing. Nino directors who wero
olectul at Iho last meeting will act
as nu execiitlvo committee, und all tho
properties of tho club will ho vested
In p trusleo
Curiously worded ndvorllsementn
which tiro funny without the uiithors'
Intent nio.to be found In many news
papers. Tho following niinnuncements
were pi titled In nil good faith jn tho nd
veitlslng columns of various English
newspapers, and, ns n whole, Ihey won
n prlfo offetei) by n Umdon periodical
for tlio best collection of such speci
mens 'of uncnnrclous humor;
A lady w lints to sell her piano, ns she
Is gnln nwa, In u stioni! Iron frame.
Tarnished apartments sultnblo for
gentlemen with folding doors.
Wanted A room by two gentlemen
about 30 feet long and 20 feet broad.
Lost A colllo dog by u man on 8.U
unlay answering to Jim with a brass
collar nround his neck nml a, muzzle.
Tor salo A plnnofprto. tho property
of n musician with carved legs.
Wauled An organist nnd a boy to
blow tho same.
Wanted A boy to bo partly outside
ami partly behind tho counter. Sau
I RECREATIONS j;
THE EMPIRE THEATErt.
Miss Wall, tlio wnmiorfdll) graceful
dancer, will continue ut this ii3iinlai
place of amusement demonstrating hor
supreme control eicr ,hcr muscle?.
Her vvdrk Is enticing, captivating, art
istically Ann and tho patrons of the
Emplro never tire of watching her.
Miss I)ononu, the rosu of Kerry, will
pluck buds from her bouquet or mus
ical melody nnd charm the nuillcnco
ns usual "while the man at tho reel will
thrim on the scicen severnl dramatic
and comic pictures, "Tho rtamo" will
hnvo attention from Ihosu who hue
Ihe dtniiia; "Tho Iteslorntlon" from
those whoso taste" runs lo bcoiiIc ef.
fects nml tho "Ocncrni'M Present ' will
bring n laugh from tho stoics. Harry
Well will do things nt tho piano.
THE PARK THEATER.
Tin "Parson's Prayer.'' seen tlnnlght
for Iho first lime, will open tliu eye
of tho public to the earnest way In
whtih tho country pnrtou .does things.
It will show Hum Hint n minister of
tho light stun can right and pray ut
the sumo tlmo, If occasion demands It
Tho Melnotte sisters, after nn engage
ment lusting sixteen months, are In
bo given a well earned vacation nnd
flint. ,t!nia wilt lm Inlnn l.o l.u.
Aha, who will do fancy and acrobatic
dancing to thu music furnlsliiid by
Bonny Cutiha's brilliant orchestRi
There will ho a number of other films
hOFldo tlio one mentioned. They will
Includu melodrama and comedy,
VAUDCVJLLE AT BONINE.
The continued success of tho vau
deville artists at tho Iloiilna secures
them an extendod engagement In Ho-
Whv don't you nolulu. 1 or this wcok complete
'lent acts, Some now songs that aro
n-rlnn.lK. Aril lent-.
marry the girl? She's a real pear'.ich?"c'' "" 'd"K m''o In the differ-
The Other -iw, 1 know, old man. h h h w bp
but I don't llko tl0 nintiier-of- nt,(ce,i.
penry! Sketchy Hits. ' ' .
' i Colonel Prank Johnson deuounceu
"Havo jnti over ngured In n dl- (i100 who crltlclzo his" nvlatlng ahll-
vorcc silt?" ''No, tho lawyers did y.
the figuring, I Just paid tho blllo..! iho Santa Clara county auxiliary
Cleveland Leader, iIIkciuscs needs of u Juvenile court.
Men's Dress Shirts
LATE STYLES IN A VAMETY 'OF. CHECKS 'AKD' STRIPES i
- L. AHOY, - Nuiianu St.
Weekly Bulletin, ?f Year
WuhMrs. NETTIE HARRISON'S -DAr II A lit
Mil l0 II la II. nlu Binll-Alw anp fill aitil
VU-VII. It IV liiB VU.J iiivij mv .uu i
latlilactory prspsrstton lor the purpois.
Simple llirmlen Certain, Sold lor 20 years, I
recommended end uted with satlilictlon by,
thpusandi. Conans no lead, sulphur or other
harmlul Ingredient. II "dyes" and "re.torer." I
nave mtappoinieo you, try inn. u never iiiii,
$1.00. At ell llnt-sIsM drugglits and
BENSON. SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
ARE now considered a necessary
, part of automobile equipment.
A Speedometer will not only protect
' you from the police but will prove
ihe efficiency of your car on gaso
line and tires.
I Associated GaragcLtd.
Built by the Locomobile Co. of America, Bridgeport, Conn.
The "30" Locomobile Touring Car, Shaft-Drive, 120 inch
Wheel Base. Will turn in 3?-foet street without bricking.
4 Speeds and Reverse. Locomobile Ignition and Locomo
bile Magneto. Bronze Engine Bed, Bronze Gear Case. 40
actual h. p.
Like any perfectly designed,
perfectly built pieceof mach
inery the LOCOMOBILE
costs more than the cheap
kind, but it is infinitely more
satisfactory, Safer, more
Durable, more Reliable
Cheapest in the end.
f.ie"30''si.aft.Drivo iPCmoJlen The"40"Cliain-Drive
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'. Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
Our Window Display will Interest
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
If You Want Something Good
Everywhere .5 c
F. E. Davis, Agent, -Nuuanu. and'
IF YOU ORDER YOUR
Wood op Coal;
OF US. YOU WILL RECEIVE THE BEST QRADE. FULL WEIGHT
MEASURE, AND IT WLL BE DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd!
QUEEN STREET, NEXT' TO INTER-ISLAND CO.'S OFFICE
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