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' All visiting member! of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M,
1LT A listen et
i in tin- rtinttiri-nAt iuciuueis w
WAtiinc cnuinttny other Amo
HARMONY I0DOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Tort Street.
E. n. HENDRY, Secretary.
It. E. McCOY, Noble Grand.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Deretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to atteud.
WM. JONES, C. C.
O. F. HEINE, K. It. 3
HONOLULU LODGE 016, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, 13. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their ball, on KlnK
Street, near Fort, every Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUGHERTY, E. R.
GEO. T KLUEQELi. Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias, Hall. Visiting brothers cor
' dlally Invited to attend.
P. HiaaiNS, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
I- HONOLULU AEBIE 140. F. 0. E.
" Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Beretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend, W. R. RILEY, W. P.
VM. C. McCOY, See.
WiT. McKINLEY LODGE NO. 8,
K. OF P.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7-30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. H A. TAYLOR, C. C.
E. A. JACOB30N, K. R. S.
Get a Good Lens
We enn give, you your
choice of three leading anas
tipnats which we carry in
s ' GOEBTZ,
They are the right kind for
tho best results. We alio or
der any make of lens.
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FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND CAMERAS
May's Old Kona
i v a . Coffee -
' IS BEST
HENRY MAY & CO.
fflNNE MUST fyY
WITH HIS LIFE
Under date of April 4 the Supreme
Court of the .. itod States handed
idown nn qplnlon In the case of John
i Wynne, convicted of murder and sen
tenced to death by the Federal Court
of Honolulu. Justice Lurton deliv
ered the opinion of the court, which
affirmed the Judgment of the lower
Wjtino was convicted of commit
ting murder on the .steatnqr Rose
craus, an American vessel, In tho
naruor oi nuuouiu, mo case ueing)
tried la,te In 10 OS. Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Rawlins handled the
government's side of the caso
The case was taken to the Su
preme Couit at Washington on a
writ of ciror, with tho result of a
sustaining opinion of the Judgment
of the lower court.
Wynne has been Imprisoned pen
ding the opinion or. .the Supreme.
Couil, and It Is likely that he will
In the near futuie pay with his life
the pci.altj of his crime.
As soon ns the mandate of the
Fedeial Supreme Court Is received
here afllrmlng the sentence, It will
be carried out.
'BEAR RAID''. HAS ,
(Contirved from Pase 1)
listening to the conversation of the
Oahu bold today for 33.50, et
there I, not the slightest doubt tl.utjjjJ.'J ' 0, uem ero very 1. niwrtnut
the pluututlon will pay us large dlv-j Kor a consideration of 14.26" W. J5.
Idends as when the stock was sellluc Felker of Santn Crur California, linn
In the vicinity of 40. Hawallai
Commercla has a to lo ued the down-uulu.
ward trend, celling jesterduy after
Loon at 41, uud only ,40.60 being
offered on the board this uiorutug.
There has been no change In the fa
vorable reports from this plantation,
and between the tale at 42.2S una
41, the price of both raw and beet
sugar advanced. ,
Pioneer has sagged down to 220,
and Hawaiian Agricultural Is slated
for a drop, Walalua sold jesterduy
afternoon at 133, just to be In keep
ing with "tho movement."
Kahuku alone sold at an advance,
nria hnnilrpfl nml HHVpntv.fliA nhnrp.t
selling at 33, as against 31,pTevloua-j
ly. This sale means one of two
things cither the seller Is getting
out from under on Inside Informa
tion or he Is making a loss by sell
ing before the capital stock of the
company Is Increased. The report
has been common for some time trjai
tho capital stock of Kahuku would
be doubled this summer. No official
statement has been made. It this
rumor proves true, the man who
took this stock at 33 will make In
the neighborhood of seven dollars a
share. If It, does not prove true, he
will get the oue per cent, 'a month
dividend that Kahuku Is paving.
The whole market Is under tne In
fluence of a bear movement that Is
very definite, and rather extraordi
nary, In view of tho steady advance
In the price of ajigar. So far as
known, there Is l.o underground In',
formation that changes tho outlook
In the sugar market of the world.
CORRECT STORY OF
JAPANESE SPIES TOLD
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Tho soldier who had previously re
ported tho whole business to Colonel
Evans, Chief of Statf In the Philip
pines, was supplied wth a "phony"
man nnrl n 1iiinh nt i.tintrm nBtnnall.lt
of, Corrlgldor fortifications,' Secret ar
rangements were niaie wnercuy a uoay
of officers and soldiers we're smuggled
into the next'room to the one wherein
tho final deal was to bo made .and the
money paid over.
Everything .worked smoothly and
Kcnklchl Knwada appeared on tlruc.
accompanied by another Japanese
named Sugamanl, This was on March
As the deal was about to bo sbftled
tho body of United States officers rush,
cd the room, capturing tho two Jap
anese, and the soldier In, tho act of
making the exchange. "
Tho soldier, was of courso turned
looso but the two Japincso were tak
en In charge) and confined for eight
days at the Quarfel da Espanla, after
which thev wero liberated on tho
statements of the. Japanese, consul who,
agreed that the men snoum leave mo
Islands within three days, which they
There- was or Is absolutely no law
under which tho Japanese spies, could
havo been punched,
ah nlii Spanish law that seemed to
fit tho case was brousht Into play, but
it was declared dcari and would not
Ttin rMnf nrtni In
this comedy of
errors, now on board the Logan stalos
that It will prouauiy uo soma iimo vw
foro another attempt Is made by Jap
anese to get details of Uncle Sam's
breastworks and guns.
SUGAR TO THE amount of S900
Backs has arrived at tho port from
Hawaii by tho Inter Island steamer
Cascade. Tne cssci met wiui arrow;
nprthoast tradps nnd squally weather
Ion tho homeward trip.
' THE SHIP Marlon Chllcott which
loft tho port for Oavlota on April 14th
jnrrlved at tho California oil port on
THC ARRIVAL of tho American
Hawaiian freighter Mlssourlan at Sa
llna Cruz reported on last Monday.
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LOCL AND GENERAL
Telephone .603 to havo Laundry
called for and delivered quick.
7 Seated Auto for hire Phone 1$9
James Baker. Young Hotel Stnnd
Applejack, fresh fruits and distilled
water, Lclthead & Woodward, phone
Call on Mike Paton at thb Encore
Saloon for a draft of Fresh butter
milk. Embroidered ttousceaus and fancy
ncedlowork. Mrs. II. Bell, 162 Hotel
If joif want a good Job dono on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co , 427 Queen St.
Visit Jack Roberts at thp Kentucky
Saloon when you want liquid refresh
ment. You will get good goods and
courteous treatment there.
Suit for divorce v. a granted Chris
tlana Kunowa from her Iiuslnnd David
by Judge Robinson this morning. Tho
grounds weru non support.
Krtchoff, the Russian who lias been
hanging around the Capitol grounds
and protending to be crazy, was given
three months Jail by Judge AudradJ
If nit... n..H Inhnna- k.i.II.. ....
- rM'rtM on
nobello lane and. on appearing In courjt
later on. was fined $9 and costs for
Mr, Thos. Lee, who Is well and fav
orably known In this city, has puV
chased an Interest In the American
Steam Laundry and will assume it,i
management from Mny 1.
A until wntpli ban lippn lnftt ntiil (tin
'finder Is requested to return same to
this office. The timepiece was missed
liclnem fliu and six n clock jesterdav
afternoon on Merchant street.
Most of the time this morning at
the tollce court was taken up with the
cases ngalnrt the Russians. Theru were
nlllAll Ah at MflM ft MAtM JtM 1 1 A Antnli.litl
transferred to R. R. Relaford, of IIouc-
" i ianu in manoa msirio:.
The Un3 comprises 12,970 squnrq feat
anu iroots on East Atanoa roau.
The cases of Ooo Pang and threr
others charged with Ulegul posesslon
of opium were today continued In tho
Federal court as the defendants had no
counsel. W, W, Thayer was to net ns
counsel but jesterday withdrew from
The case of John Chrlstlanson charg
ed with. Inciting a mutiny was nolle
prosscd'thla morning In tho Federal
court by tho prosecution. Chrttslanson
was one of the sailors on the Dabcock
who were found not guilty of mutiny
Charles I. Damo, executor of tho es
tate, of, Mary Dame IJall, has filed :i
receipt for having received from S. M.
Damon, ancillary administrator of the
estate, property belonging to tho de
ceased. Tho property mentioned con
sists of shares of stock In different
LHawaltan enterprises ns well as $1,-
952 CO In cash.
When our customers on tho other
Islands ask for prices, answer by wire
less. On Sunday mornings tho office
Is opcu from H until 10.
Vnn mm tnllr it nvnr whlln nnlnvln.-
n glass of the, best beer served at Justi'0 m0 s road supervisor by Supor
tho right temperature lr jou go to the
Criterion, 'corner of Hotel and Uethcl
A new shipment of Onyx hosiery has
Just been received by Sachs' Dry
Goods Co. This Is tho finest lino of
lioslely made. All the different pop
ular colors and full lino or sues ror
women and children "'
A saving, account Is ready cash when
you need it and wbch you don't noed It
jpu aro getting Interest. Open. an ac
count today with tho Dank of Hawaii,
Ltd., and let your monoy work for you
If jour automobile requires painting,
upholstering, a new tdp, new springs,
fenders, wheels, In fact any renowals
or repairs, except to the engine, taku
It to tho W. W. Wright Co , Ltd., Kln
and, South Sts.
h i.M 'I l i i
GOES TO CALIFORNIA
Over three hundred and seventy
flvo thousand dollars will be Bent out
of Honolulu during the next ten days
for Investment In the Southern Cali
fornia oil fields, according to iho
renort current nmong the brokers
this morning. .
This movement of big money Is
thought to be among the big men of
tho Territory. No one else could
handle It. The 1 ttlo fellows are
oauDiing in uc siuchs oijeri-u u urn
oil circulars with which every mall
from the CoaBt Is loaded.
Some brokers see In this great dl-
version of Investment funds from this
market to the speculative ventures
of the Coast, ,a cause for tho excep
tional condition .of the local stock
market. This oil money that Is to
. ..A l .l.m,,.lt ... I . I. .. M..,.,n
BO OUV IS VWUfiilb 111 UQ IIIQ IVUW
taken by some, of the dividends that
were paid last month Qn local sugar
stocks, and the fact that the monoy
Is not reinvested furnishes the rea
son for the, Inactivity of tho stock
THE INTim ISLAND steamer W. O.
naiir jiiuj urrivuij irom rvuuai punn
bringing a Bhlptnent of f00 sacks sit-
ear anil a ronernl carEO Including 22
gar, anu a generpi carho iiiciuuiiib .-
ninlotna ottn1tfoa nml ft VinrfiiVI
vssp1 mnt with rouuh weather on thu
City Transfer Co.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
WILSON BLUSHED AT
WORDS OF QUINN
fCnntinued from Vstpp. . '
the clerk had finished, lici tcW the
floor and 'went Into Wilson's allege.
Incompetency and Irtcgularltles In
The letter which Wilson terms nsj
insulting wag written by Supervisor
Qulnu under date of April 26. The
communication setB forth that some
time ago a tesolutlon was passed
by the Hoard of Supervisors ordering
nil sttoet crossing In tho downtown
district of Honolulu to bo kept clean
and sprinkled with Band during the
wet weather. Qulnn wrote:
"it was also ordered that no ex
pense should be spared that these
street crpsslngs must bo kept In
good condition for pedestrians, which
lcsolutloti I had passed on oue occa
sion some time ago. Iho crossings
were In bad condition. You were not
In town. 1 went to tho stables; or
dcicd oiit the teams. When I BpoUe
to ou tho next day, ou answered
me In a ver Insulting way, and told
me that I had no busluejs to go to
"I let that pass. Now, Mr. Wil
son, there Is someone responsible for
the terrible condition of tho cross
ings on last Sundn), as It rained all
day long, and that somebody must
be jou. I do not propose to put up
with this kind of foolishness. You
were ulso ordered by resolution of
the board to oil King street ns far
as Achl lane, v It also todk a resolu
tion to have you put oil on, In prop
er manner, us jou seem to do every
thing contrary to my wishes.
"There is also a resolution pass
ed by the board ordering jou to oil
lleretahla street, I think from Nuu
anu to Richards; also Hotel street;
but lustead of )ou oiling these
streets, Deretanla and Hotel, jou
were oiling In the Maklkl district,
where jou were not ordered to oil.
You do uot seem to care what orders
are given you. You do Just as jou
"The people who elected mo are
holding me responsible and not you,
and the balance of my term, Mr. Wil
son, you will do as jou are ordered
to do, and not go from one place to
another to suit yourself.
"it jou cab not obey tho orders
of the board, then send In j.our res
ignation. Yours respectfully,
"J. C. QUINN,
"Chairman, Roads, Jlridges, Gar
bage, Parks and Public Im
plements," Road Supervisor John Wilson ro
celed the letter and Immediately
proceeded to get downright mad. IHs
letter to tho Hoard of Supervisors
as read at the meeting last evening,
among other things, says;
"I herewith respectfully submit a
copy of a communication addressed
visor- J, C. Qulnn. chairman of the
comniitteo on roads, bridges, parks,
etc., and I deem that the refutal and
explanation of the charges therein
contained aro not only an act of Jus
tice to mjself, but that jour honor
ablo board should be acquainted with
the true factB, Supervisor Qulnn
states that 1 used Insulting language
to him, which Is absolutely and pos
itively untrue. Furthermore, I have
ample and abundant testimony to tho
effect that Supervisor Qulnn used
most vile, lndotent, bawdy and pro
fane language to the stable employes
and others connected with the de
partment. I can not offend jour
honorable board or the public by giv
ing herein tbo specific offensive
words and phrases used.
"On Sunday, the 24th of April, It
ratted nlmost Incessantly during tlint
day, and to have plated Band on the
crossings meant a waste of money
and no compensating benefit, as tho
rain 'would undo the Work as fast as
It1 was' accomplished." .
In his letter Mr, Wilson goes on
to Justify his action In neglecting
tho work on Hotel street owing to
the lajlng of switches and moving
the tracks of tho Rapid Transit com
pany along that thoroughfare.
Wilson also states that his month
ly appropriation of flvo hundred dol
lars has been considerable drawn
,nst for roa ali
quence did the best possible under
the circumstances by finishing work
elsewhere and by patching Deretanla
street preliminary to oiling.
It) concluding a rather lengthy
communication, Road Supervisor Wil
son sajs: "i am warranted In s fat
ing that I have alwajs carried out
(he ln,lructlong ,rdm ur ll0nornu,e
board on far ns nngtalhla nnri na tin
avdldnblo conditions and obstnclo3,coslly "-
would permit or. and Bhnll continue Tll Honolulu party will not re
to do so, but expect that I shall ro-lturu ,0 lie Hawu,lan Islands n u
celve ordinary courtesy nnd that Bro"P' uul wl" wlnd 1,lclr
mjself ahd the men under me shall ln slnE, flle and 0m0 wlu not gof
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Ln lnntnr lift rnlilupt in rlliiriiatlnir.
I language without any reason there
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WHM lliL arrival or tho steamer
i, .,,, f , .
. ..uuui jiui in iiivi a ni-
ved 3719 packages of sugar and ,i
I quantity-of sundries. Tho Kcauhou
experienced a rough trip to Honolulu.
(GRAND JURY STILL
Dozcns'of Russians crowdcl the low
or corridors, of the Jullclary Oulldlni
today during the session of tho Fed
oral Jury which was Investigating tlw
moral conditions of the ctmp nud the
lives of women of the cimp who havo
been stopping outside Its confines.
One-fifty per diem ni witness 'feci
before tho inn Investigation look
good to these men and women, and be
sides those stummoned to appear, there
ytcio i.vij ntuio iiioru wamuK iu nee " mrtlSPTt inniNMif Ihn nfenmer
of z tistSS?S
ihi- .i.h.. .,.; i -.i ...i.iw..ilng shipment on Kauai: O. ft R. lsiu,
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waiting In tho corridor with friends,
, Thrco men and three women from
tho Russian camp were Bilbpoenaed foi
tho hearing today and tho delibera
tions of tho Jury were long nnd thor-
Just hofnro noon after being on the
grill for an hour or moro, Alexandra
iviiillnova was arrested on a complaint
signed by Prosecutor Drcckons chare-
inp ner witii having wmmltted an
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frnao with "Phoney" Davis on April 4
It is understood that the Jury are
rfter the men In all the cases and that
If the women who aro being examined
will turn state's evldenco so that all
the men may be apprehended, things
will bo easy for them. .
Under tho Immigration taw of 19"?
on alien woman who tnters n house of
ptostltutlon within two years from ar
rival In United States territory Is lln
Mr to flnn and exportation, and tho
keeper of tho house whero shb Is found
Is subjet to a minimum fine of (5,000
It Is under this act that proceedings
will probably be broiiKht niralnst the
women, of the camp ff evIAtnce suffi
cient toiwarrant the action Is obtain-u-l.
Thero nero several men, before tho.
Jury and It Is believe I more are to'
appear within the next few days. Some
or them are husbands ol tho women
and others have no claim upon them
but aro living from their Bhame.
There are several wajs m which
tho Immigrants can be sent back to
their natlvo land under tho law, if
they are liable to bscomo publlo
charges on account of conditions which
exlstel prior to their landing, or If
they nro unlawfu'ly In tho country.
having made false affidavits beforo thu
Immigration authorities, being twn
common grounds for deportation.
It Is understood that many of tha
men In tho ramp at Iwllct aro skljled
mechanics and that they do nut want
to do field work on the plantations f"!
that reason, Ono Is said to havo been
an owner of several public carriages
In Harbin nnd was dolug a roixi buv.
ness when he bo1J out to come to Hum
In tho court corridors today a num
ber of me ncxprcssed tho opinion that
tho Russians were retting rather i
roup.li deal all around. Tho solution
of tho difficulty as expressed by Ame
ricans and by somo of tho Russians
was that If the agitators would let flic
people alono ovcrythlng would bo all
right One solution was that If the
plantation owners would take tho arch
agitator Vaslllcft Into thejr employ ns
headman nt a good salary tho wholo
question would bo settled Immediate
ly. Ono man nmong tho crowd was In
tho Eocrot police of the Russian gov
ernment for 25 j ears and thero nro
snld to bo moro of tho samo clasi
among thn Immigrants. For joirs th?
Itusstnnn hnvn been trjlng to pojni
Into eastern Slberlga and Mancburlt
with their own peoplo and this step of
tliklng laborers nwoj Jrom that part
of the country Is rumored to bo n hard
Unni-w in the Ilusslnu EOvcrnmeni
which Is sending Bccret agepts wlthl
each bunch or emigrants to stir up
strife nnd cet them sent back to their
own country wherp their arrival will
deter others from coming nere.
This afternoon the grand Jury Is still
In session and others of tho Immi
grants ore ha'ng heaid. It Is expect
ed that pthor warrants will bo sworn
SUIT BROUGHT .
. FDR'OVERDUE RENT
, ( ,j ,r
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, haB brought suit
against Chun Kog for non-pnyment
of rent on n tract of Knpati -land.
The complnlnt alleges that tho rent
for the ,slx monttiB beginning DC
cembor 1 last Is still unpaid, and
amounts to $151 8, Tho rent, ac
cording to the loase, Is to bo paid
semi-annually In advance, the yearly
rental being $303C. Judgment for
the rent, costs nnd Interest from De
cember 1 Is asked. .
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niece will bo a handsomo
nnmn mi. nn nrn i vnnn.nH
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Iu tho Now Orleans Drrlly PI
cnyuno of April 16 Is auplendld two.
nnli.mn mil nt ttin ftnlnirnMnn fif
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' Alnhn TAmiila wlm wnrit Pin thn
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Southern rtv. Thev are N. 31. Young.
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v;nanes.iAiurray, unmes jvicuanuicss
and Fred Lewis,
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Wednesday, May 4.
Manila tin Mnrlveies and Nagasaki,
I Logan, H. S, A. T., 9 o m.
IXMlipi (IUI in - JV. u. nun, num., . i...
Hawaii ports Cascade, stmr., a. m
Kauai ports Kcauhoil, stmr., n. m.
VE88LS TO ARRIVE
Norfolk. Va Rosebank, Br. stmr.
Wednesday, May 4.
San Francisco and Seattle Hyades
M. N. S.'S. .
' Thursday, May 6.
Hawaii and Maul ports Claudlnc,
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IK. S..M. 9000r W. 700: M. A. K. 45.503
f,.n s km k- i lass? p. 4095- it.
M. 17.077! O. F, 5785; K. S. Co. 2700;
M SCo 13 000
A SHlPMnNT of CR00 sack's sugar
has arrived from Kanal iorts by tliu
steamer Nllhau. Tho Vessel also
brought 77 head cattle to Honolulu.
Tim CANADIAN-Australlan steamei
Makura onroute from Australian portu
nnd soiling from hero oil April 2Cth
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n rri vnn nv vir i n i ii i. . (in iiiemiut.
or-."" " , M1TPn 'a-rA-rpa' (rn,mri'
'Logan Is salting for Snn Francisco nt
four o'clock. this iifternoon. The ves
sel Is moored at tho Naval slip.
THE INTrjU-ISLAND steamer Noeau
ws ri'iiortol at Annholn dlscharglnT
lllb 11 1 14 1 11 .J Hflllfc nivuiiiu. .iuv..
freight nt the time or uepariure or
tho steamer Hall for Honolulu.
THREE MONTHS FOR
Nlcolat Suerbeive, who was found
guilty of using threatening language
to his divorced wife, was this morn
ing ordered to find sureties In the
amount of $00 to keep the peace,
falling which he will havo to go to
Jail for three months. The case
arose out of a charge made by the
woman, who was a 'dancer employed
at one of the' movlt grplcturo shows
lUt6wn, against tile man.
Deputy qouuky Att6rney Mllverton
appeared for the piosecullon, but
there wns no attorney for the de
fense. Tho first woman called was
the woman who swore that her late
husband had threatened to kill her
If Bho did i.ot disgorge some money
to him. Sho stated that she was In
fear of her life and that she thought
11)? man would kill her If he got u
A Russian named Nogorlo, who Is
also nn -actor, sworo that the de
fendant had made threatening re
marks referring to his wife. An
other witness also corroborated the
statements of Nogorlo.
For the defense, 'Nlcolal. sworo that
ho never threatened his, wife, and
that so far as money was concerned,
he had only requested that his wife
return money that sho bad stolen
from him. Tho defendant called sov
cat witnesses to swear thntthcy had
never seen or heard him say or do
anything to his wife that might be
construqd into threats.
Judgo Andrade found the nccuso.
guilty, und sentence was Imposed as
' SEClfcT CONCLAVE
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Tito prohibitionists' are bpldlng u
sccrct-.mectlng tody. Where they are
congregating, no ono Knows. 'What
thcymro talking about, no one Is able
to say. What thclr-lans aro, no one
oiusuio oi ineir cnn.no cau inicuiRcni'
ly guess. v
Thojact that they would meet Bom
timo touny, was ontained this trom
iiik. ii wu. uxpecioa men inm ;iiv
would meet Jn, tho ofilco of Preslllent
J. K. Nakookoo of tho Hawaiian Pro
Sam Kahl, who escaped franutho
prison gang at Manoa Valley yester
day morning, was captured this aft
ernoon ut 2 o'clock. The' lad wan
derffil down to tho waterfront to
where 'ho transport Is lying, and
Turnkey; Hilly Woods happened to
see tho boj.'
As soon as Kahl observed Woods
be atterqptbd to get lost In tho crowd,
but the officer called on some other
! peoplo to block tha wanted man, and
Knlil then gave up.
Upon arrival at tho police station,
Kahl wits found' to have on a new
Btilt, whkli he Is alleged to have
Btolcn.from a Janat.osd. 'jn his pock,
ets were found four pocket knives,
two fountain pens, many papers and
d ovo letter to a Hawaiian girl. In
the letter Kahl stated that ho had
7 i V V : i. , , ""
s x hundred dollar. In n.ank and
Umt ho wished his sister .to get half
and his sweetheart the balance
n!!ni r S f "," a:,l,l?n1al
ZXZ llZl ,M, lr ll8 lB"'
breaking episode, and he a so may.
Iho chnrged with larceny. ,
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Tuesday. May 3.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., titffl.
Maul and Molokal ports Mlkahala,
stmr., 5 p. m. , .
Hawaii ports Nllhau, stmr., 5 p. in.
Hawaii ports twqlant, Bttnr., 2:30
p. m, '
Japan ports Monshu Maru, Jap
stmr., p. m.
Snllna Cruz via Island ports Alas
kan, A.-H. S. S , p. m. ,
VE88EL8 TO DEPART
Wednesday, May 4.
San Francisco I.ocan, U. S
1 4 p. m.
San rranclsco Logan, u, S. A,
Thursday, May 5.
Kauai ports W. Q. Hall, stmr.
Per stmr. Mnuna Loa. for Kona and
Kau ports, way 3 l.. a. Aungst. u. a.
MoWnyno. P. Peck, MIbs F. Marqucz.
T. C Wilte. Mrs. Whlto, Mrs. H. D.
Dunnctlro, Chas. Dclllna. L. Warren,
U p" tmr. Claudlne, for Maul nnl
Hawaii ports, April 28. A. Haneberg.
MIbs n. Mclcr. MIbs n. Mist. A. Oar-
tenberg, Geo. Cooper, O. O. Kinney, H.
K. Smith, J. D. Wilson, Mrs. C. J.
Schoenlng, Miss Lindsay, W. F. Pogue
st uiucauA. t 44. a- ivtuia unit 9
Per stmr. Manna Km, for Hllo nnd
way ports. May 3 Mrs. Dowsett, A.
Watcrhouse, F, T. P. Waterhouse, F.
II. Kennpilv. M. llnritlnir II. R Plmlna
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airs. Phelps, Mrs. H. R. Drynnt, A. W,
Carter, Mrs. Carter, H, Aklna. Mrs.
Akfna S. Alu, J. McFndden. F. R. Har
vey, II. D. Brown, A. M, Drown, Mrs.
Drown, Mrs. C. H. Fairer, Mrs. J.Ef
finger, Miss Flanders, Mrs. M. A.
Per stmr. Klnau. for Kauai ports.
May 3. Dr. Sandow, Mr. and Mrs. A.
8. Wilcox, E1. Drondbcnt, E. A. Knud
sen, Francis Oay. O. N. Wilcox, Q. II.
Falrchlld, Mrs. R. Fernnndex, O. II.
Hazelton, Mrs. Hazelton, Major Willis,
Per stmr W. O. Hall from Kauai
ports C. W. Spitr. Mrs. Snlti. Fathtr
Julian, Mrs. E. Cremer, J.Cremer, Miss
a, apeiunnn, miss ai, n, itoe, Auam
PerU. S. A. T. Logan, from Manila
via Nagasaki, May 4. For Honolulu:
Mrs. L. M. Leatherman. Through:
CapU Geo. M. Apple nnd wife, Henry
AtWpod, Capt, P. L. Dojcr, Capt. Rob
ert, Burrows, wlfo and 2 daughters, 1st
Lt IJonry C. Dlcrbower and wife, D.
E. Barnctt, wife and 2 sons, 1st. Lt.
A. C. Dolacrolx, 2d I.t. L. R. Dough
erty, Miss Elizabeth Daywnlt, Mrs. A.
M.Dorkum, Harry L. Frost, Mrs.
Oeorge Frame and daughter, Lt. Col.
E. F. Glenn, 1st Lt. E. L. Grubcr and
wlfo, 1st Lt. Roy E. Glass, John 11.
Ooodrlch, Miss Kathcrlno OlUbetlch.
1st Lt. C. a. Heath, Mrs. C.A. Hunt,
Mrs. AIlco M. Kelly, Charles J, Long,
Judge C. S. Lobriugcr and wife, Mri.
Vlnette Lincoln, A. S. Lanier and wlfi,
1st Lf. F. S. Macy. 2d Lt. T. C. Martin,
A. O. Mlisscr and wife, Mrs. John S.
Mallory, Mrs. F. M. Munson and In
fant Mrs. J. N. Met rill and son. tst
Lt Donald P. McCord, J. H. Nlc'jols,
Mrs. Wm. Nlnclilef, Miss M, C. tlUnco.
Miss Catherine Nolan, Capt, 'Martin
Olson, Mrs. Louis: Ottofy, E. W. Par
sons, 2d Lt. Albert T Rich, Hon. James
Ross, Charles Ronatw Andrew Ryan,
Mrs. C D. Roberts, H, M. Roach, Jr.,
wire and Inrant, Harry L. Rogers Jr.,
F. S. Strong and, wlfo and niece, Frank:
Stevenson, Miss Carvite Scono, Mrs.
May n Stacy, Mrs. N. F, Schroodcr,
Mrs. John L Stewart, H. S. Simpson,
wlfo 2 daughters and 3 sons, 2d l.t.
O. B. Vonder Hcllen, Capt. R. S. Welsh,
wlfo and daughter, Miss Lavlui
Wenrno, Miss Murtle D. Wood, Mrs.
Hush P. Wheat, Peter Courtney, J. B.
W Corey nnd wife, 1st Lt. J. K. Craln.
2d Lf J. A, Crano and wlfo, H. E. B.
Caso, wire nnd child, Jesso A. Badger
Thomas A. Drecn, Mrs. J. D. Clarkn.
Mrs. J, F, Colvn, A. M. Easthagen,
wife and child, J. G. Klmqulst, Mrs.
Leon lo Hoff, Mrs. J. W. Ingrnm, Mrs.
J. T Kelnlngham. C. F. Klcnast, Mrs7
Patrick Kclley, M. A. Mont and wife.
Mrs. J. M. McCord Dr. C. II. Morgan.
Mrs. O. W. McCown,"! Mike P. Noriega,
Mrs. F, S. Owen, Mrs. L. Rancom and
son Mrs. F. Sly and Intant, Mrs. John
E BtlCor, Mrs. Dell Tlmbrook, Masters
ThompBon nnd momber of family, N.
O, WeBtcott, Mrs. W, Lehman.
T IN FORcVor4PORTi) I
J. . A
Wednesday, May 4.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Mfly 1: S. 53.
St. Dunstani for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived May 4: U.
8. I . C, 8, Albartoss, licnco April
SAN TRANCISCO Sailed Mny 4:
Tllrt.lA Q n tTTIl.lrtM fn. Ulnlmtrnnn
YOKOHAM'A-Salled.May 4; S. s!
Tcnvo Maru, for Honolulu.
MAHUKONA-Salled May 3: Dktnr-.
Irmgard. for San Francisco.
PORT LUDLOW Sailed April 22: Sch
Camano, for Honolulu.
PORT 111? AGO Sailed April 30: Sch
Expansion, for Honolulu,
HOME TO STAY .
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Among the passcngerd on the Lo
gan, tolng to the U.ilted States, are
N. C. Wescott ana Mrs. Wescott of
Manila,. Tho Wescotts have been In
the employ of the Department of
Public Instruction for nearly six
years, and are now going home to
renin In permanently',
Mr. Wescott has been a1 provincial
scnooi pflpclpal nnd n division su-
porlntendent ,urlfg his stay In tho
pntIIInia Rfrs yj tf
been oauarooia ,n8tructor
They plan to settle In Oregdn or
Mant,ina- theIr '"" home,
school pflpclpal and
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