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THE WORLD TRAVELER, MISS LIST, WILL SELL THE BULLETIN
From Bin Franclscoi
Nlppnn Mnru May 2
For San Franciacol
Chlyo Mnru May G
Xciilandln Mny 2C
Mnrninti liny 23
A broatfir'and batter outlook upon
human Ufa la found when glancing at
the world'i affalra through tht pagaa
of the EVENING BULLETIN.
Advertises Best Advertising Service and Gi7es It
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4915.
22 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1911. 22 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Write The Letter
Question Now Arises Whether
He Is Ashamed Of It And
Why Effort Made To Get
Document Back From Re
"I did not wrlto it lotlor to tho On
Tlilx statement mndo by Murstnn
Campbell on Ktldny to n roprescnta
tlo of tho Hullo tin Is n deliberate
misstatement of fiirt.
Campbell did wrlto a letter lo tho
Ilcpuhllcun Territorial Committee.
Thai letter hail to dn with (lie nut
lounge dNticiiM'ri from Ilic oi'lloo of
Superintendent of Public M'orl.s.
That letter will n I mi ii result of n
cmiteJl (lint mis waged during tho
ninliin of tlio Legislature, tho charge
limine hoi'ii in n ile Ii) Campbell Mm
Mlf tlmt I In "liollllcliiiis" wrrn lit
mirk trjlng to cut don n his salary.
What's more, after Campbell bad
luailo Ills denial of tho existence of
tblH letter to tho Itoniblcan Commit
tee ho either directly or through
men who were speaking in his
behalf, tried to induce nil ofllccr
of tho Republican Territorial Com
inltten to return th letter to him.
Mhy should Canipliell make u tie-
OF STEEL BURGLARS
ENTER SACHS' STORE
lletwocn tlm hours of ono nnd throa'
o'clock thlH morning, the SicIi'h Dry
goods 8tnro ut tho corner of Fort nnd
Ilcictnnla streets was entered by bur
glars, who bcfoio leaving tho pietn
Ises secured a sum of money that had
mil been removed fiom a cash res
istor. Whllo but llttlo over twenty-ono
dollars In small chnngo had been car
ried away by tho midnight Invaders
they llttlo loallzed that they had
nn looked a much larger ninount, bo
ld les quantities nf silks and other
lines of vulunblo textiles displayed
near the sevno of tho lobbory.
Kntrunco lo tho stoio was galnol
Ihiough one of tho rear windows.
Sliong steel bars woro sawed thrnugii
In ordor that tho parly or pailles, ot
unknown, might reach tho Interior of
llio sloio. While tho rear of tho es
tablishment is, removed from tho re
gular iivcnuos of travel, yet tho dis
trict Is said to have been pa(rolod
b) watchmen at HtatCil lulcrvnls dur
ing Uio night.
Chief of DetretlvOH McHutllo wen'
In woik on tho raso early this morn
ing. Tho olllcors hcllovo that they
have sulllrlent clows lo run Iho pet-,
pctratnrB lo earth.
They hnto already secured evldeneo
that strongly points to tho job haUng
been dono hy ono or more jniingsleis (
Hut ono bar whs cut from tho grotlng
thai sort oil lo protect tho loar win
dow, Tho spacn then left was birely
laigo enough to admit Iho body of a
small pin ton.
It Is Iho opinion of MeDudlo and
tho ofllcers now wotklng on tho ciko
tlmt tho deed was dono by ono of
sovoral pretty well known Inds who
liavo been kopt under pollro survoll
at.co for sonio time past.
llliernle inlistiitciurnt, mid why
should a Kepiilillriin I'ommlltecinaii
be asked to return, liny letter re
eehed from mi oflirer of the (for.
Furthermore, what" might there bo
about thin letler that should create
huch a furoro If It contained nothing
which Canipliell would object to be
coming genorally known,
Friday forenoon a Hullo tin re
porter wan assigned the duty of nuk
ing Mr. Campbell whether ho had
written tho Republican Territorial
Committee a letter and If so what tho
letter was, whether ho had written
It in hla pr I vn to capacity or an Sup
erintendent of Public Works, nnd
also If ha had promised tho patron
iigo of his ofllco through a deslro to
be on friendly terms with tho Com
mittee. Canipliell swelled up, talked
nbout Impertinence nnd then mnde an
nsscrtlon that ho know to be untrue.
This m.ittcr was not mentioned by
(Continued on Pago 3)
Investigation mndo this morning at
tho Snchs' Btoro dovelopod tho fact
that nothing had been found missing
snvo tho money from tho audi regis
ter. An attempt will probably bo niailo
to estnbllth u connection In this lat
est robbery with several similar noc
tural visits reported recently at po
BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL
(Special llllllo tin Cubic)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab, Apr. 29.
Scores today in the big leagues!
Boston Boston 3, Washington 4.
Chicago Chicago 0, St. Louis 1 (called
In fifth) rain).
New York New York 6, Philadelphia
Cleveland Cleveland 2, Detroit 1.
Brooklyn Brooklyn 3, New York 7.
Philadelphia Philadelphia 7, Boston 4.
Pittsburg Pittsburg 8, Ch)cago 3,
A hill of loenl Chlnosn will shortly
begin nil Important series of agricul
tural oxperlmontB In n. tmct of land
that has bean purchased from tho
Kalmiikl Uuid Company. The tract
Is thirty acres In extent, nnd tlio pur
chase, prlcn Is said to ho J 1 0,000.
Tho deal was in.iilo through tho
real estate department of James 1".
Morgan, and Is ono of tlio most Im
piutant of tho recent transactions in
suburban property. Tito trnct la lo
ealod on tho extreme niaJml Iviiko
Head comer of tho Kalmuki section,
Immediately abutting tho property of
Paul Iscnborg nnd Fred Harrison.
Bay-BULLE-TIN AD3 PAY-sj
WATCH FOR MISS LIST
Shell Sell Bulletins From A
Miss Oralee List and the Schacht Car from Which She Will
Next Monday Afternoon.
By Mlis Oralee List
Here's to jou, Honolulu!
I bow down at your feet;
Willi your generous hospitality
None other cun compete.
I'vo traveled many, many miles,
Have many to travel yttj
Hut you, dear Honolulu,
I never can forget.
"I tnko off my hut to the Amerlcnn
man," said .Miss Oralee 1.1st, tho nows
pnper girl, tills morning In speaking of
some of the Incidents of her trip
around the United States In company
Willi Mist Adnlr, selling nowspnpers.
Always Well Treated.
"Wo have traveled thousands of
tulles nnd hnve never yet been treated
by nny man wo met In our work or
our play who did nut treat us Willi
tho utmost courtesy.
"This merely goes to show that It
Is up to the girls, and if they wish
fr. I. a IronlAil rlirlit Hibv will lin "
Miss Mat, .who will sell tho Ilulle-
tin In Honolulu. Is hut !1 yeurs of
ngc, wlnsomo nnd charming, and her
stories of tho experiences slio lias had,
especially those when alio nnd Miss
Adnlr struck n city In which they knew
not a soul, nnd with but llttlo ensh
In tholr pockets, nro most entertaining,
"Wo reached Now York city with
Just tl 7B between us nnd lived thrco
UNITED STATES AUTHORITIES
ARREST JACK ROBERTS AS
Jock ltoherts, a local ll(unr dealer.
.has been arrested by tho United States
authorities on a ehargo of bigamy iind
'wus released this morning upon u
I According to tho Information filed
Willi the United Slates Commissioner
ti lid signed by United Statos Attorney,
Roberts hns contracted two marriages
without the troublesome illvnroo cuso
entering Into thu record ut nil.
Tho Information states tlmt on July
15, 1010, lio tniirrleil Mmy Jnne Wll
Mn nil. On January 14 of this your,
however, ho Is alleged to havo con
tracted a iruirilagn with IVrys Iji
Casio, whllo his first wlfo was still
living and claiming ltoherts us her
husbund, all of which, In the leg.t!
phraseology of tho document tiled with
tho United States Commissioner, l
"contrary to tho form of tho statute
in such cases tuadu and provided
STAY HERE, SAYS
(lays on that, thou went to silling tho
livening llullctin thcro nnd stuyed sev
eral days, picking up enough cash to
take us on our uay.
Only Three Centa.
"When wo arrived In IliifTnlo wc had
Just three cents In tho world, nnd hnd
to walk to ii hotel carrying our bag
gage Wc sold the Times In that city
Dea Moines with Forty Cents.
"l'erliups l)es Moines was the worst,
for when we struck that city wo had
forty cents between us, nnd the mer
cury stood at 17 degrees below zero.
How They Spent It.
"Wo lived ull Hint day on the money
wo nnil we iimiKUl it loni or urcau, ii
milk, ntnl mi t hut wo feasted n (lay
ii nil bail
on It "
Speaking of the trip fartlur West,
lluu f luf lnl.l ,,f f'filni- itmi'tl 111 II
..l.nn ..,,-. . ,." -'
cornier mine in Huttc, when the cngo
lrnnneil too feet before tho sufcty
Guests of Elks
In Missoula.' Mont., tho two girls
were guests of Hlka Iilgo 38.1 on n
threo-duy trip Into Idaho, tho party
Bolng on n speclul train nnd Having a
"Tho only dehiy wc have Imd In tlio
entlro trip wns between Hat Uiko ami
Huttc. when wo wero stnlled three, days
on tho train on necount of a washout
.Staya Were Short.
Asked about tho stay they had mndo
(.Continued on Page 4)
Roberts bus hud tnnrltal illlllcultles In
the Terrltorlul ourts. where u suit
wns brought ugulnst lilm by a woman
who cliilnuil Hint l had l"cu party
to a sort of contract marriage, lint of
which lie was aiuultted
tt tt tt - n tt :t ::
Jar of peanut butter and u quart of cording lo reporte received here to
' ' --..J.. IfU.un Taial I ralBtM.aa Leal
Tho Hill let in will publish on it EXCURSION TRAIN
it Monday the first or May a now ill DFR AILED1 1B DIE
ii handy refeieneo sloamer t lino- it' "b""' ' '-"I'
ll table nnd euleiular. Tills ralcli- ii (Aphui lui-il Press ruble)
ti dar will be urn on a regular page it MARTIN'S CREEK, N. J Apr. 29.
it of Iho 11 ii 1 1 1 I I n and may ho ti, An excursion train loaded with women
ti cut nut rir uso lliiough tho tt nd children today went over in em
it month It Is bolloMMl Hint this li bankment, and fifteen killed and forty
tl will give Ihe people what thoy ii,lnjured w" th, re'ul,t'
tt want, and It will probitlily ho it
it continued lliiough Iho year.
Sell the Evening Bulletin
WAR VESSELS TO
(Annoclatrrt rress Caole.)
HONGKONO, China, Apr. 29. Ae-
" ""r '''
of Canton has
by a rebel, one of
Ihe antl-Manehu agitators. The loyalty nerved with u letter from Collector of Messrs. Lam Loy nnd Cheung Chong
of the government troops Is doubted, tho Port 12. It. Stileknblo this nnrrn-1 attending to their very Important du
and a wholesale uprising feared. inc?. advlslnc lilm of tho ussessment of ties In the galley of the steamship
. ... .. , . ; t-. (.-
" " riu wi.i mi
gunboat Wellington and two British
' torpedo boat destroyers havo been sent
i t0 c,nton to ,,nd r00P necessary
to preserve-' order and guard tho for-
(Associated Press dUO
NEW YORK, Apr. 29. Jay Gould,
scion of the Gould family, and Miss
Anne Douglas Graham ware married
todav at 4 o'clock at St. Thomas EdIs-
cnnal church. riaQtop Ernest Mltmora
Stlres, one of the most prominent of
the New York clergy, performed the
ceremony. Their honeymoon will be leusn of Cuptnln Dixon, nnd tho Man
spent in Europe, and in England theyjchurla proceeded to sea without any
will bo the guests of Lord and Lady 'delay.
Decles. I Howard nnd Wlsslng wero snld to
innvo ueen nisi seen on Doara mo
Miss Anno Douglas Crolinnt U tho Manchuria about 10 o'clock last night..
daughter of Mrs Hubert Vos, who wns Under tho existing quarantine regulu-
Miss Coney of Honolulu. Miss Oraham' tlons, theso men wero prohibited from1
Is the niece or Uepresentntlvo J. ll.i
Coney of Kntinl. Sho was born In Now
her father being Douglas Ora
of social and ilnnnclal proml-
After his death her mother j
tho portrait painter, Hubert,
M17ATI AM ATTnPICn
4. , (Associated Press Cable.
"i MA7ATI AM, M.v . Anr. M Th.
rebef nr aUkn0 t,e city,
Recruiting Agent Stopped From
Leaving on Manchuria
The Territorial Supremo Court re
fused to grant permission this morn
ing to Frank D. Cnrlg to leave tho
Territory, and tho labor recruiting
agent's trunks aro now on tho way to
Sim Frnnclsco on board tho Man
churia. Thnt Craig should leave for tho
Coast whllo his case was pending bo-,
fora tho Supremo Court was agreed
between Craig and W. A. Kinney of
tho llrm of Kinney, Hallou, I'rosscr &
Anderson, attorneys representing the.
sugar Interests In the light ngnlnstthc,
recriilUng excursions. As an after
thought, bowever, Mid upparently with
tin Idea that It vr moro or lesa -ij
mutter of form nnU courtesy, It was
decided to ask th Flipremo Court for
fortnnl permission. Vralg's habeas cor
pus caso now pendrif before that tri
bunal. Tho proceedings In court this morn
ing began ut 10 o'clock and were brief.
Kinney nnd Watson were present, the
latter representing Craig nnd making
n brief statement on the necessity of
Crnlg leaving for tho Const at once,
having purchased his ticket and
shipped hi baggago on the boat Kin
MANCHURIA'S CAPTAIN FINED;
Cuptnln Andrew Dixon, master of tho
Pacltlo Mull liner Manchuria, was
.. ., ... n.A a. l.nl.. -1
u ur.o nmouniing in mv, u ih-hih "
leged thnt unmanlfcstcd opium wus bo
ing carried on his ship.
Tho notlllcntlon came to Captain
within fifteen minutes of tho
lhn ,1rn:irlnri Of tlio
Manchuria for San ITnnclsco.
Prior to this gun llred from tho cus -
toms department, came tho arrest of
A. I. Howard, second steward, and
P. Wlsslng. main Ticck watchman of
Theso men aro alleged to havo at -
templed tho disposal of six tins of
opium to local Chinese at an early
hour this morning
With tho nsslstn'nco of Chief of Do-
tectlvcs McDiifllo nnd his men, tho
Man-hnri.. niitrers u-ern nnnrehende.l
and kept under detention at Central
Pollen Station pending an investiga
tion of the matter by United States.
District Attorney llreckons,
Satisfactory arrangements were msdo
through tho local ugonts for tlio re-
leaving tho vessel during tho stay nt
Honolulu. BARROW-IN-FURNE8S, Eng, Apr.
No one stationed on tho Alukoa2g,The great battleship Princess
wharf appear, to havo noted tho do- poyl w ,unchod here today auo-
purturo of tho petty officers from thoCBlfuy,
However, they were found uptown
nt u local Chinese theater at a lutcr
hour, nnd a Chlnoso Is said to havo
coino forward with tio declaration that
tho men mado ndvnnces towards tho
sale of six tons of opium for a sum
It was currently reported on board
tho Manchuria this morning that Chief
Cook I.nm l.oy nnd a head baker named
Cheung Chong hnd been Implicated In
tho alleged disposition of opium, and
theso employes wero to bo placed un
As the minutes sped on towards tho
tlmo of sailing, no ono appeared from
tho United States Marshal's ofllce, und
ney agreed that tho matter should bo
left entirely In the discretion of the
court without argument.
After consultation with his associ
ates on the bench, Chief Justice Rob
ertson stated that the court did not
feel that It could bo party to an agree
ment whereby n principal In the hobcaa
corpus proceedings now pending would
be allowed to leave the-Territory.
"Tho court does not sco how It can
bo party to an ngrccment whereby th
petitioner will go beyond Its Jurisdic
tion." stated Chief Justice Robertson.
Attorney Watson nnd Craig wero
hopeful thnt tho court would grant
the permission. Crnlg having been ao
sure that ln would be nWo to leave t
thnt he purchased his ticket for th
Manchuria and. had his baggago placed
on board. It is too late for lilm to
recover r.n thing but his hand baggago
lifter tho ruling of tho Supreme Court,
mndo a short tlmo before tho Man
churia sailed. He gave his ticket away
to n friend oo tho dock, with the re
mark that It bo held ns a memento.
A decision Is expected early next
week on tho habeas corpus proceedings
In Craig's bchnlf, nnd also tho constl
tutlcnallty of tho emigrant statutes.
tho Manchuria steamed through tho
channel and to tho open sea with
"Had theso men been pulled off tho
ship, wo do not know how wo could
havo gotten along." exclaimed one of-
ucer who nnu 10 u kiwi hi. "J""
OI SOmO IWO llunurcu vuum unu ....
equal numuer oi "'"' '""'"""'
l A ch of cook. "" "" b.a1k?r'
was evidently considered n rather hlgh-
lyprlied adjunct to a well-regulated
"hip. It was with a sigh of relief that
I fat'taln Dixon nnd his men pulled away
'from tho wharf with but two employes
i "Isslng. from tho Btntr.
I At noon today the opium , alleged Jo
haVfc bccn delivered through Howard
and Wlsslng had been discovered In
tho possession of a Chinese storekecp.
I located near tho corner of King and
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. :. Sugar:
08 degrees test, 3.86c. Previous quo
tation. 3,9:5c llccts: 18 analysis, 10s.
3 1-tit.; parity. 4.7c. Previous quota
tion, 10s. 51-M
inufil Dill I I AIIMPUCC
JUHIM DULL LHUIVLilltO
n"u ' "
t AartlnlfI Prraa Pfllite.)
TURIN EXPOSITION ON
(Assnclnied Tress Cable.)
TURIN, Italy, Apr. 29. Tho Turin
exposition opened here today.
JOSE J. DIA9
Bishop 8b, below King 8t Phone J44
.t. ,, W.jA
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