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f Lace Curtains, Bath Towels,Bed Spreads
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Dunn's Hat Shop
REMOVED TO 1221-23-25 FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL STREET
At Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd., .
FACTORY AXAPAI STREET
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WASHINGTON; D. C, May 2, Tho Insurgents In tlio Senate have
succeeded In emasculating tlio Tuft railroad "bill. The trnfflc agreement!
and meiger features hate been wiped but ei.tlrciy,, and other portions of
the men Hiiro .ic been o amended that there Is' little left of the bill an
It was originally submitted. '
The tcctlon creating a court of commerce appeals nlono remains
unchanged, the Insurgents having chopped and mjittlntcd almost every
In discussing the fate of his bill today, the President stated that
tlio Administration can not bo blamed for the attitude -of the Sctintc,
and Intimated that' the Administration has kept, faith In its Inmost of
fort to secure the passage of nn crfo tlo railroad regulation bill.
OLD OL0RY WAVES IN COPENHAGEN.
COl'KNIIAtWN, Mny 2. Por the first time n history, the Stars
nml'BtrlpPs waved' over the rojal pilaco today. Tho flag was hoisted In
honor of Colonel Iloo;evelt, who arrived this morning. Tho former Pres
ident of the United States was formally welcomed by tho crown prince.
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"WET" GOVERNOR TOR ALABAMA.
MONTUOMHIIY. Ala., May 2. O'Neal, 'opponent of Stale prohlbl
tlon, was today elected Ouvcmor of this Stnte. Senator llnnkheud was
rcturnoil to tho Senate.
COUNTESS LOSES VALUABLE JEWELS.
VIDNNA, May 2. It Is rcportod that tho Countess Szechcnjl has
lost Jewels to tho value of 1 10,000.
S-. Gabriel Is Welcomed
By Officials At San ,
The following account of tlio recop
lion accorded tho I'oi'.iiKiieno cruiser
San (lnbrlcl nt San Kmiiclsco Is pub
HhIiccI n tuo Chronicle of April 22nd.
Tho cruiser is expected hero May
"To tho nccompniilment of the chcrs
of thousands of former subjects of her
fliiB tho PortiiRucso crulter 8.- Oabrlel
sailed through thu aoldcn Clato
jesterdny afternoon, ami, nftcr bo
Ins ofTldally Inspected ami paRiod
by tho quarantine physician, camo
to anchor In man-o'-wnr's thvs.
Tho (list vcsel of thu Portimuoso n
Hon to visit Sun Franclrro, the 8. Cl.i
brlel, was tho teclplent of a warm wel
como from tho past and present citi
zens of that country now domiciled In
this city, arid nrrniiKemcpts Itavo boon
mndo for ntqr a week of hotpltnllty t.i
tlio mrjrn nnd men of'tho ship.
In addition (n tho numerous tugs nnd
launches of every slro nnd description
which met Hip war veasolis sho camo
In tlio harbor, the Golden Onto car
ried n delegation nt leading citizens.
Including tho Mayor, representatives nt
the various cIlo bodjes, tho deputy
collector of tho poft nlid n commltteo
of thu Pnrtiieueso residents of Sa'i
Jnnclsci headed by their Consul (leu
eral. Hvery boat was liberally deco
rated with the entwined flags of the
United States nnd Portugal, nnd a band
on one of the larger boats alternated
tho two national anthems.
Reception Committee's Visit.
Jurt as goon as the easel came to
anchor opposite tho Kerry building thu
Golden Gate drew up on tlio port sldu
ami tho reception committee ascended
to tho deck of tho cruiser. There the
ltsltnrn weio welcomed by Commander
Antonio Alvlso Jcrvls iVAthoughuU
Kcrrclru Pinto riosto and hU ufllccrs.
They wero escorted to tho Captnlu'i
cabin, where they were welcomed In i
short .Sieech by the commander.
Deputy Collector of the Port Wil
Ham I). Hamilton extended a welcamo
to tho Commander and his ship in the
name, of the President of tho United
States and Collector Stratton. Mayor
P., It. McCarhy then welcomed the
cruiser In the linmo of tho city and
assured tki Isltors that overythlps
would bo ilonu to innKo their visit on-
ARE now considered a necessary
part of automobile equipment.
A Speedometer will not only protect
you from the police but will prove
the efficiency of your car on gaso
line and tires. '
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in addition, to those mentioned the
reception commltteo Included tho Por
tuguese Consul General nt this nort
Dr. Ignaclo Dunrto, nnd tho following
members of the loepl colony: M. T.
rrcltas. Dr. J. do S. llettoiicourt, Dr
J II. do Turin. Dr. M. M. Dnrfs, V. I..
Hguclredo, Dr. J. U Azoedo, It, A
Cncornncao nnd J. Sllvelr'a. Tho vari
ous commercial bodies were represent
eil as follows: Chamber of Commercp,
John A. McOrpgor; Merchants' Asso
elation, M. H, rtublilrn Jr.; Merchants'
Kxchango, James Itolph Jr.; Portoln
reception commlfUc, 12. D. Pclxtitto.
Por tho purpofo of welcoming' to Its
Initial port of call In United States
waters tho. first warsh of this Gov
eminent to come to this country, VI
comto 0'Alto, Portuguese Envoy Kx
traordlnary and .MlnlRter Plenipoten
tiary nt Washington, arrived In Suit
I'Yunclsco last night from the Knst."
-1 OUT OF WILDENESS
(Special to (he lluUet I n.)
WAIMJKU, JUnul, April 29. A
A lelephoneaM placed In the
house of Policeman Knncalai at Ka
hnkuloa last TUursny nnd now tb1
most Isolated nt(d secluded valley on
Maul 1m, (ounected with civilization
by telephone. The Telephony Com
pany, tlie Maul Hoard of Supervisors
nnd the l til let, In hno been tho
ractors In carrying out'the dream of
nges of Knlinloiolaltes. It fs no easy
matter to lonncct Knhaktiloa by tel
ephony when It Is known that Ku
liuliuloa Is thirteen miles from the
county sent across a wild pictures
rtue country sparsely Inhabited, Mil
knlluo Itnntb, four nilleg this side of
Knhakuloa, Is also connected by tel
ephone. Tho nex,t advance agents oi
American civilization to which vIN
lagers now look forward with great
anxiety Is u local pnitofflce and rnnli
currier, for It takes longer tlhio now
for mall to get there than It does
to reach Wnshlngtoli, 5000 miles
SCIIir.m In Honolulu. May 2. tho
Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Schick
bn, aged nine months.
TO CURE A C01D IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets, All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
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overlook the needi of men ' ' i'!s.crv.wlT!!iiZ3c.H? ( 'MBi WZ 1 v
who effect clothes designed t Jj t,V6fiSi rgTT sk M3 Jki 'il '
alnriB conservative lines, but ?,,$. :CV.V J,JmT Fi JT
who, .nevertheless, demand n , WfHtV- ' i-f-' ") HT lM &&&( Lfl'l
certain portion of smartness , '.v'ViV.Ui' J . AZ-- '& , M" - .C-T 3
and a world of absolutely cood K TY '' &Y&- 5ft f? i5 f V '
tailoring In the standard )1p- '-yC V' l'j&. Ififci
sack we have a Kannent if 'y'' ?lyv,(Wff ' $R A '-T&SA
which, while, complyinB with 7 ZVA -;, i $C
the demands of the quiet V-'' 5 .?f&: fflm l 1
dresser in peneral outline, has V s ' ' '"'' ?&k - &l"
broad, handsome shoulders, a " 1. ' j-.,. , ' ' 't. --"" V<fs ' Vffil
perfect neck, and is made ' 'fl " " ) - " -- " s &Wi '1iJa&
from cither Subdued dr ' ";; '-fi. 'r-z3' ?r' VkjKSb -i- - wX
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Ringleaders In Riot Are
-Taken To Police
Yesterday afternoon at half past five
o clock Sheriff Jarrott nnd a squad of
Mice ofilifcrs proceeded to the rins
slan Camp nt Iwllel nnd arrested on
bench warrants, nine Hussions who
had been Indicted by the Ornnd Jury.
Tio men nre the ringleaders In tho
riot that occurred nt Iho pollco station
on Friday last.
There wns not tho slightest trouble
nt the camp and ns Martin Grime, who
acted as Interpreter, called out tho
names of tho llusslans who were
known, they stcpied out from tho main
body of Immigrants. Tho names of
threo men only were known and the
remaining six wero Idcntfflcd by thu
pollco oniccrs who were on duty at
tho pollcu station on tho day of tlio
Ono Itusslan had been nrrestod on
Nuunnii itrvet before the possu wo-it
down to tho camp, and ho admitted
that he was ono of those who had boon
In the front rank of the rioters.
Tho men arrested wero Daldln P.
Nlkllln, N. Stunlshkokk, Stephan Kir
llogf. Torcuil Uosbarotr, Mlchuol Jew
daklnoff. S. Waslluk. Alekscl InukauU,
Slmlen nnd Maxim Zacharuvo.
Tho arrival of the pollco In automo-
uiics ami on horseback uttorly sur
prised tho Hussions, nnd they oftered
no resistance when ordered to abhcm
bio outside tho ramp. About three,
hundred men gathered In u bunch nnd
tho pollco officers quickly picked oui
the men they wanted.
as Boon as ino iinia wanted men
were Identified tho nollco natrol wac
on was telephoned for and It. soon nr-1
riven on tlio scene. The nine riicn
were quickly placed In tho hurry-up
wagon and conveyed to the ndllcn Kt.i.
Hon, whero they wero bookod and sent.
w" i iiu bvits, ouuiu oi mo men
had considerable money In their poa
session when searched, and otlur art
icles wero found on thorn.
,Thls morning the wholo bunch had
a conference at which gome matter
was discussed at length nnd some de
cision como to. As soon as Mnxliu
was called by the Sheriff nnd allowed
to depart to sco his dead nop, tho rest
of tho prisoners started up nn animat
ed conursntfnn, nnd ovldontly sent
messages out to their comrades at the
Tho expected (rotibto did not occur
at the camp yesterday but If an) thing
had cropped up, thcro Would have been
plenty of pollcu nnd specials to lime
quelled tlio plllkla.
Judgo'Dolo In the Federal Court this
morning allowed the petition for
amending tho complaint in the ense
of tho United States for the use and
benefit of Lowers & Cooko, Ltd., plain-
tilt, against tho Hurrol Construction
ijuuiiiauy, ei hi., ueiuiiuiiiuD. iubin ui
the proceedings under the motion to
Ttiillttn Ttnalneftt OfflrA Plinnft QJSn
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18S"nd Courier.
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INDICTED DY JURY
Territorial Body Accuses
In fts deliberations yesterday thj)
grnnd Jury returned an IndlctmMiH
against Demltrl Stnnlskoff and oth
ers for rioting.
The true bill returned by the ter-'
rltorlal. Grand Jury Is returnable In
Judge Cooper's court, and charges
Demltrl Stnnlskoff and his -c6mpan-
Ions with Inciting n riot" Frfdayi
evening In front qf the police sta-
tlon, nt the time It wns necessary to
(urn mi the fire hose nnd call oul- -Iho
reserves to quell the disturbance.
All Uav venterduv thn TWrlfnrlnl
Jury was Investigating tho affairs of
the Uuuilan camp and the conditions
under which the undesirable. Immi
grants nre living, nnd It U likely
that other Indictments of another
nntiiro will bo .found shortly, as the
whole matter Is still being Investi
gated. Some of tho women of tho camp
have beoli up before tho Jury and
questioned us to the moral condition
of the camp, but as yen none have
been found who will erlfy tho com
mon reports arouud town of tho con
ditions theie iu which tho men nre
reported to bo living off the shame'
of their women.
The men charged with Inciting a
riot will bo up for hearing" before
Judge coopor tomorrow.
FAILED TO PAY
Marston Campbell. Superintendent
of Publle Works, has filed a suit
ngalnst Ilu Kut, lessee 'of n certain
trnct of Kupan land for whlrh ho has
failed to pay the rent duo.
On April C, 1908, Fnt leased the
lands In question from tho Department
of 'ubllc Works for n term of flvu
years from Juno I of that year. Uo
ngrced to pay a yearly rcnto! of 12052
semi annually In ndvanro,
Ono .thousund nnd forty-six dollars
was due on tho leaso December I.
1900, hut up to the present tiino be
has failed to settb, recording to Ihb
complaint, although naked to do so sc-v
Tho court has ordered Ilu Fat to
nppoar nt tho January term which con
venes on.January S. 1911, to unswor to'
inq complaint llieu uy Campbell.
inoro is nn nouo for tho woman
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