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iccurc you tenanta and boarders'
half to quickly ris a little ad in
the B u 1 1 e t i n'j Room and Board'
16 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1010. 10 PA'toj.
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4010.
PRICE I CZXTf
t-, urn f cv. "-, fl
fA . ,- n.
Cecil Brown Says
It Means Ruin
Will Be Driven Out Of
"Ytm can nay for tnr Hint tho reim cnuhlry dlKtrlcta nniljlirniigli.thpiii tl.q
nctlyn nr tlio Plnnlcrs' Asso-dallon ill Independent merchants or HiIh oil),
tlio suggestion, I understand, of lli It moins that llin jilnnr'nl !m Htorcn
flouruor. ordering that nl mnplca J. will ponlnil orr)thlng and ilrlvo (ho
I lie plantation stores shall lio -old nt Independent trade out or huxlnos.
tost, In one or tlio most serious nt Ihn plantation sloroH will la")Oi tliolr
tacKs on tlio Independent ntoic kci'ii (.ikmIh ilhrct fnim llio Comt. itinolulii
era that tins over occurred In tiictu! U wilt lip cut out iih a orl or tninBxhlti
liTda." , nient and KPncrnl tnidc. nnd linir Hip
TIiIh BtatcmentVvn innd6HW morn present business ot tlilx rlty will b-
luc liv Hon. CcpII Ilmwn intwlrtent or ruliiPil
the Klrst National Il.mk or II iwnll "ThN nlep to put lintdn"H3 In the
"That proamnion motiiK tho mln 1 nnds or Hih. pi tntntlon ftoroi cannot
or our Independent trailer in lit ho condemned too Bovcrelv,"
Capture Of Gjicb
Now Declared Near
Locating Elusive Fugitive
Although there as no talk ol
finding traces or Or.uo nat nlfilit,
tlierovjn little doubt that tho necro
Is approving tho end ot his tether
nnd that Chlcr McDuIno Is RettlnK
soma Instdo Information about, tho
nuitli-wuntcd "niali, An nrrest may
be mndo nt any motnout now, and
when thu negro tolls his story It will
be tho same old sordid yarn or'lielni,'
betiajed by a Svouuul. That Orace
Is In Honolulu still Is almost entali
llhhed without doubt, and It Is only
a (natter nt time till tho murderer
Is behind the bars where ho belongs,
and troni which ho never should
have lieon allowed to escape.
Uver slmn tho daj or IiIh cscapn,
Oiacn him kept out of eight of thy
iolcc, but there has been no doubt
In tho mind of the department that
the negro wiib In touch with frlonds.lFcarcheil frequently. Tho negro hns
who woro reeding htm and keeping
him pdsted as to tho movements ot
As soon ns tho rcwant for flnico's
Frank Cooke Leader
In Palolo And
A meptlug Is to bo hel I nt Central
Union chinch tomorrow afternoon by
tho adiocatoB of prohibition resident
In tlio I'alolo and Wnlalie, districts
with a vlow of offpctlng a prullinlii'iiy
uiKtiiiizmiiiii uini uuuiiiiiiiiiK u i.i
.,luu ll.n. ..,111 ,...,,,11 l I. in nnprl,ml
of thnt nortion of thn eitv for ilia foi-
lowerB or Ageut Woolly
Iank Cooko, hus nssumed n lendlnu
rfilfi lit 4 lin Miiian ttf tiinfif Itlilnn unrl
has charge ot thq campi'g.i urrango -
ERECTED FOR DECORATION DAY
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMENT WORKS, Limited
Be Means Of
capture wna Increased to $000, tho
outlook began to bo moro bright, and
It Is now thought that Information
In (he hands of tho chlof of dctcc
thes Is straight, and that tho mur
derer, who has hcon traveling- around
In dlsgulso, will bo laid by the heels
tomorrow some time.
It would not be fair to tho do
tcctlvcs to disclose all tho, facta ot
the clue, hut It may bo said thatjho
tip Is tho stralghlcst that has como
In tor a long tlmo. There Is the
iiosslhllltv of the Information being
a fake, but everything points to tholcd shall not be cxcluiive,
truth of tho statements made by cer
(turn nccordlng to .tho Infnrma
Hon rotoUcd, hus bcon ln tho city
all tho tlmo with tho exception of a
row days wheniio Wont Into the hills
because Ills hiding laco was being
boon well supplied with food, and It
Is thought that only tho slzo of tho
reward has tempted sonio of Ills ul
leged friends to "sririjal."
mi nts The meeting called ror tomnr
low. It Is expected, will bo attended
b) nil or tho prohtiltlonlsts In tlio
districts named nnd will result In tho
Inauguration ot active campaign work.
Encouraging rcliortfl aro still being
received from tho precincts that havo
been visited by representatives ot thu
Vmtl-prohlliltloulstH. A return thla
morning showed that ot Jghty Hn
wallaua who woro Viestloiicd ns 10
Ihclr stand, roue unnouiipcd that they
wcio tavonblo to tho cnnriniut ot a
prohibitory law. Tiio others wcro
against tho Woollpy legislation.
q..li a 1 1 . 1 n fiM
(ODeCml il U 1 1 C I I n lUOIC.)
SAN FRANCISCO. May 14. The
i Cambridge track meet today result
erl: Harvard, 52V4; Yale, 81Vi,
1 smp-BULLETIN AD8 PAY
180 S. Kin? Street
I SCORES PLANTERS
FOURTH DAY OF
COL. SWOPE, DR. HYDE, AND THE JURY THAT HAS BEEN OUT
FOUR DAYS. v
KANSAS CITY. Mo., May 14.
The jury in the Hydo case h sti'
nut, with no indications of cominp;t'
a conclusion. The jtidp;e charged th
jury May 11, rtnd it ias been deliber
atiiiR ever since.
Tho trial or Dr. I'ydo ror thomur
der b) poisoning or Millionaire
Swupa hiu hecoma olio or tho most
r.imiuis In rrlnilmil hlstor. Dr.
II) de, 'ft son-in-law, Is-chnrgciT'wftli
a'ttemptlng to murder Sir. Swope.
Chrlstman Swopo and a maid ser
vant, by reoillngtheni wlUi tphn'd
(Special to the Bulletin.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 14.
The Committee on Territories amend
ed the railroad bill of,W. A. Wall
and hit associates that was reported
favorably to the House. This is Act
115 of the Hawaiian Legislature. It
is provided that the fianchise grant-
U. OF C. IS '
BERKELEY. Cal. May 14. The
elaborate cercmonitr connected with
the celebration of the serai-centen
nial of the founding of the Univer
sity of California began hero today,
Hundreds of the alumni aro here,
and the exercises arc attended by
great number of people frorr this and
YALE MISSION ,
r-EKlNG, May 14. Investigation
of the recent riots nt Chsng-sha has
developed the fact that the Yale Mis
sion was placarded by the feadurs o;
the riot for burning.
Tho Ynle MBslon Is nn Institution
established nnd malntalnul by tho
Ynle. alumlil for tcnih'ng advancod
thought among tho Chinese. Many
of (lie, Yule alumni In Houo.tilu liavo
been contributors to tho mission and
PITTSBURG, Pa.( Ma 14. Ten
prominent citizens of this city were
today sentenced to imprisonment and
to pay fines as a result of their con- j
vionon lor orioery ana conspiracy in
connection with the graft in the city
FOR THE SWOPE JURY
svor gprtiii. Th's tailing, ho U
hargpdwltli killliiR thcrn ljl glv
iK thrm olther tnMinlii9 or ynn
to ot potassium (jwopp died in a
nvulslon, slmlfnr to that which
i.irlcml tho death of the other lc
I us. . ,
Dr. llydc wlf". a, dnughtPr of
iwope, tins stood bhlm through the
ordeal witiiii'irhlrg lojalty. The
witness tor ho pioseiutlon post
'langorpjts.it tJK'iujnr rty.l4w.aiw
tho nurso whp atienueu swopo anrr
other membels nf tun. tamlly during
ihn tiine-s Pinimed tn hnve Been
thr lllncs elnlmed to have
brought on by II) do's potions,
LONDON. May 14. King George
is to designate two aides to attend
Special Ambassador Roosevelt while
he is here in attendance at .the fu
neral of the late King Edward.
SANTA FE, May 14. The out-'
break of the Tao Indians hw been
subdued Without conflict.
N addition to writing
policies that Cover
Loss or Damage by
Fire we nave a spcqial
policy that covers
or damage to the
ed by being in
any moving or
for damage to the
perty of others
caused by collision.
TRUST CO., HTD.
"I nm most certalul) op-
poyed to tfio l'rohlbltliii prop- '
ngnndn," said Hon, Mark I'.
Hohlusnn tlibt morning. "I r
whs iiBked to Join the pro- i
posed (oinmltlee ot one hun- !
died that Is being orgntilicd ;
to rontcst ror Prohibition.
and I rcruscd In very.dcflnlto f
"So far as 1 am concern- '
piI, I thluK Hip Prohibition '
motcincnl for these Islands 'i
and our ppnplo gcnoratly Is a v
mlslako, V'o can take earn .
ot ourselves propcily under s
Ui a n a tt it n tt u tiutt xx it u tx'u
. ", """"L , ,li-
Another sensation in the Ballingcr
rv k emvflirnv n n r.. iji
case was snrung today, when an arr
fldavit was" filed by Stenographer
Kcrby, who.b in the office of Sec
j Jierby states that the letter writ-
icn uy jcicsiucjii luu, unucr uaio 01
September 13, exoniratinc Mr. Bal
linger, was prepared by Assistant
Attorney-General Lawler, and Bal
linger revised the letter.
A statement has been issued from
the White House denying the state
ment of Kerbv, and declaring that
the President dictated the letter per
sonally as a result of his own inves-ticn'--
ard on the report of Attorney-General
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
San Francisco. May 14
The scores of the play in the big
leagues cay are:
American Washington 1, Clevc
land 0; Boston 3, Detroit 6; New
York 14, St. Louis 0; Philadelphia
4, untcago 3.
v?"i"rV-!:.u ' V' ''"
SSI""' ,".r" ?! Ii??,, "i!
.Chicago L Boston 4;
St. Louis 0,
New York 3.
FQR KINti EDWARD VII.
It Is nnnniincil by flnlpli O. B. Ilnrs
tcr, Ilrltlfli Consul nt Honolulu, that
n servlco will by ho'd nt Snlnt An
drew's Cathedral at 11 a. m. on May
20th. tn 'memor) or the lnt King Kd
wnrd VII. It Is stated that with thu
nrAnl Inn tt annttt rnonri nil fni ff1 I
clals and others, tho Cathedral Wi,o create a ccnsorhlp ot bathing co
bo open to till. Thosu not receiving
official invltntlous are requested to on
tcr tho Cathedral by side aisles.
-WHO WILL WIN?
ti There nre only two weeks left tt
SI of the Yotemltp-Callforuln Con,- tt
M.toht. How near docs tlio list XX
XX showing tho scores today fiirtl-
,.i n. i.,.i .i,..,.ii., f ii, . tf
XX cate the filial s ndnB of the
ft , iktilnulntilu? Will Ihnan ulm ft
y-" - "
XX ute ahond today bo so then, or XX
n will those who uro rar down tl
tt the list bo thn leaders nnd the Jl
ti winners of that summer trip of tt
it six weeks' tt
tt Noto tho standing of tho ron- tt
tt Instants uini read what tho con- tl
K ins ants anil real what mo con m
XX test man sa)s about tho rontest tt
on pago 11 Tho contest nianuaor XX
tt says ho cannot toll who tho tt
tt. winners will be, perhaps you tt
if nnn mtnuu Tt
t tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
The .emits tournament nt tho Me.
n...u ...in hi. (...-., .i
some m play Is expected Ino tho mix.
Ignored In Bids
Did Not Have Chance To Com
pete For Hamakua Sugar -.r
No opportunity was given tlio Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Com
paij to bid on tho carrying or kiir-
ars Mr tho plantations of tho Ha
makua const Hint hao recently
signed up contracts with tho II Ho compaii). Ot (ourtp, tho s'iKkliold- J.
Itullway to ship sugar by Jhat lino era ot the rnllrojd, nt theli inectlntt -when
II Is extended to Hamakua tnMu held on Monday, will clmcl.lo Ta-
Mill ami faaullo. I audibly mer this matter. Just what -," ,
This Interesting fact wan rlrcu- (ho fctoikhulilvra of the plantnttnna - i
lutng iirounil the business icitloti Of Imohed ma) do. Is not known, ProU- J
the, town this morning, as a rosultfnbly nothing, unlcsi; wmc of " thu !
of thu frequent queries as to how(sto;khotdcrs In tho plantations way
ine runroau couiii nava neaipu nui
tho water route when It cuino loi
nuitrtV Of transportation".
), M. Dowsettuno urtholhrp-
Inal .IliftllHl-luUn.l .l.lA,l fl.tal
so farJaH.he kucwhis com paliy "Hifil
mil been gl.eu any opportunity to
bid on tho carrying or theso sugars,,
It. f.nn..l 11 t.il, tutll. .I.n .nllmn ,
... vv........... ..., v ... ... .
Air, iwci.r.in, wno is ncuag::niaii--gin)r
ngor of the Inter-Islnnil, stated. I rjgtjt to existence. So far ns t am
when- asked by tho 11 n llo 1 1 n.coucornod, I noer heard unythliig
thnt his company "Was Jot nsked'topliont theso coutnieta being put bo-i
bid on tlio Irnusportatlon orthcsntforo imr rompnn) to bid on '
Would Censor Bathing
Costumes At Waikiki
Who wants tho Job of iiiunlclpii
modlbte ror tho City and Count) of
Mn)or Joseph J. Tern declares (lint
tho position Is entirely out or his jur
Ilortram Hlvenberg, tho ma)ornltv
secretary, dlspla)s n hiicccsslou of
becoming blushes whenever the nnl
ter of his being a likely candldnlu to
flll the now oftlcn Is mentioned In Ills
It appears that tho prohibition craze
does not naturall) stop at the restric
tion of the fliynf "nut brown" alu or
other lines ot joy water.
One ot tho M-icral members or tho
Prude rnmll) Imvo "taken their pen
In hand" nnd appealed to llin Honor
times. What next!
No particular spot on tho far-famed
and delightful Wnlklkl beach Is named
In a, complaint coming from this par
cel of "shocked modesty"
fl hns been suggested Hint an Iron
rlsd set of rules bo laid down gov
erning thv slzn as will as stylo ot
riistumO ) bo displayed nt the
mm lies during ll)n bathing seasin.
ll """V bo that tho oHendurrurson
'JK,0 ''?,' ' l,c,,''1"nl,,r ."""l!1 ,",n,n
di'legnllon or begrlmoU Ilusslurs who
lpmollnKB rommll ,,, ,lw,,Bi ,,,
.. . .
wincn is uieir iieiorminaiiou in inao n
hath In Mm waters f tho harbor or
anv luallalilo ilnco along Jho city wu(-
ersldo, nrnocd In Utile, visa lint na-
H u1d '"i ontl nf the duties of thn
Proposed censor to .It nil nnd tako
cnKlanrn ' extremoly bliurro cov
tum(,8 T, W1)ul(, t , porn,ittott
, Hlolmi tno ,lni,llly mMi or torrt-
ty tIl0 unsophisticated or mauklnd.
. lt a(1 iso como within tho proy-
co ot Hie censor to ordor thoso per.
(mnu ff thtk Imt-nlrttv uanitu if llfal llll
uhn timns. ftnlnlv Mitt iimnu nn.l nt tl.n
samel tlmo do not earn lo got then
damn Un ess theso urn of nun est de-
sign, ovacuat.on pmceedlngs would bo
...,....;..., .-. .
Mig.irH, nnd did not know an)tlilnc
nbout the ptoposltlou llmt was ou
fool until It wna mado public1
through the uowsp.ipors. v'
This would suggest Jlial I he rail-
road stole a in.ir Ii on thn ttcnmshlp 4
do HiocKliuiucrs III 1 lie stcauisuiPi
riupaiiy, and they may ask wiijr'lho' J
tl.n aporlntlou .of tho crop wsidt1 7-2
iiImii opciiMo competition'.' "r1te JK!
..!.. ..! .....I.I ...II. I .t.r.I
rAcroii(liis' to what Ifrcail waif sold.
In CmiriteN'." paid Mr. Dowsctt this
morning, "Hm Intcr-Itland Steam
M ml . I.... ....... ..n . .. !... n .. .
i.i.imiiuii vinii"iiy iii i any UM, . ,
way, ro pohuitny we linden l uuy
To boive '
That Brand army of told, btdnun
who are built alonir Ilne3 ot John 12
Bullltan or IJunn) Cunlia and who no-.;
pear nt Hie beach rceortt rocrolyov, '
l")so as iiiineloB or cxt.-unlo chani
plons. would nko be ordered to (g;
nway and play in some itore socludod
81)01. . '
nioomers and woollen drcsa of. the
sflTlnkable tuilcty would never bo (ol-
HliouliI tho suggestion oe carrled'Iri v
to cftert there Is fiulto nn assortment , i.
oi ntaiuuio timber among tho, inqjii- ,j
bors ot tho preacnt board of supervls- ,
ors who aro said to bo qualincxl to '!l
bPrxv as censor of bathlui; costumes K
nmi such names ns Jim' uuinn. LMiwv-i
Id Logan or oeti "Ulll" A)lett aro ,
pronounceu ns iop nncrs lor mo '
isiwie list. . -
PAUL DE LONOPRE K
HAPPY, HE'S HEREi
tt "It Is moro bjiillful than cr. tt I
XX Vn nrA liinrn iiItirim! Ihiili when tt."
tt wo wiho llrst here" 'fe5
tt I'.iul do Lonspro the famqus tt !
tt artist with his wife, mid daiiglj; l
tt ter.nrrlved by the Sierra for a.!
it six wet kg stny at Walklkl audit
tt tlie aro happy Indeed 'it
tt "tt Is tfiutlful, beautiful.'' ttj
it said "r de linanro this morn- tt"
ii lug "Wo had a mtgnllUent trlrf tt
it down. Tho Blerra la a splendid 't 1
it vessel Tho Alameda Ui(5d,,,to, Hj
ti nil! somehnt. Imt tho Sierra la'R
tt no etenily and fast, the trip was it&Q
ti a great plf-nsuro And' thoelU KM
ti tmito here It Is grand, grand; nt
XX Hotter than before ,J1M
Wo took u BWm tho flrU ly'
tt WO VjrO lHXO' UVCfrythlUg liaSRl
g,, J'Th'UViSfi SI
"liaciiii. ino wcatneruiailj
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