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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911.
Waimahui Tract, Kalihi
The Best Dressed Men In
OPENING AT '
3 New Bungalows
6 Rooms and Bath, connected with
. .sewers, each lot 56, 1-2 x 218. Will
be sold on our easy payment plan.
The best bargain in Honolulu lor the
money. 13c wise and see us at once.
83 Merchant St. Phone 2553
Treatment It preventative a well m curative.' It directs devel
opment In youth, Increatet itrengtli and vitality In middle life,
and postpone! "old age."
8plendld reiults re obtained both In acuta and chronic caiei.
175 BERETANIA, Corner Union Street,
Aft I ready for the elaborate dlx
Ilny of dry goods which will he made
nt Jnrdnn'H ihirliiK thu grand opening
tomorrow nnd Friday, the goods lepro
xentlug stuck recently purchased by
.Mr. Curtis, the manager, while he was
011 the multilnnil, Kvcryonu employed
lit the storo has been working even
ing for m'r a month In preparation
for thin opining.
The now second-floor addition of the
Jordan More In completed, mid there
lx now nhnot double the former "tore
bcc. The rendy-to-wenr department
lx located In the new secoiid-lloor ad
One hundred cases of new goods,
consisting of 140,000 worth of goods,
have been opened nnd arranged for
thin grand opening. In the garment
line there nro 2000 dresses, no two
alike, priced from IS to 11(10; Klr.es to
lit anyone. On the main floor a lame
Importation of silks will bo displayed
iih well on noveltlex of every descrip
Ax lx elated In the Jordan advertise
ment today, the opening will bo a rev
elation to the dry goods business of
Itcgurdlng the merits of the goods,
nil that the Jordan pvoplo ask Is In
spection, being thoroughly happy nnd
content to nwnlt the buying publlo's
A White Laundry Soap that will
give entire satisfaction
Your Grocer Sells It
PARK FAIR SITE OFFICIAL DEAD
Thinks J. L Cooper, Who Says John Gossin, Well-Known Maui
Mass Meeting Will Decide , Man Dies at Age of
On Golden Gale Park.
J. I Cooper, manager of the Clar
ion, returned yestcrduy by the I.urilno
from n hiiylnic trip to the Coust. He
rnyx that tlm outcome of tho fair Bite
dispute In Han Francisco will bu event
imlly and he thinks soon decided by
u max ineetlnK of the subscribers to
the fair fund.
"Many Bnn Frnnclicnns nre growing;
Indignant over thu way certain cupltnl
Ists aro delaying tho decision us to the
l'ananm Exposition site on account of
"Sooner or later nnd I think very
noon their Indignation l going to bo
demonstrated nt a great maxs meeting
of ull tho shareholders of tho fair fund,
nnd their decision will bo sovunnnl
moils for tho location of tho exposition
In Hidden Gate Turk that there will
be no further iiicsllon of dispute, Hut
until they do, San Irnnclsco business
Is, ro to speak, 'strictly up In tho nlr.'
No one knows what to do.
"The business penplu of tho town nro
growing nioro jmgry every day nt the
attempted dictation of thu capitalists
who have secured options or have
hoMlngs In the Immediate vlclnttlos of
the different sites they nro promoting.
"Tho Richmond sltn Is being backed
by much capital nnd one of tho power
ful newspapers, but the reason there
of Is solely n Hellish one. Tho capital
ist back of this Itlclimond site promo
tion has nu option oil fifty-six lota, on
which hn cxpcctH to make a great deal
of money, but I believe In fact, al
most Know ho will bo disappointed.
1'rlsco people will bavo their way In
this matter, and I believe the majority
want tho fair hi Id in Golden Onto
Mr. Cooper hud n wry Hiiccexsful
buying trip nnd states that he has on
tlm way to Honolulu the finest line of
men's merchandise ever purchased for
tho local trade.
That Stanford does not pmpose to
bo behind In any movement which will
nld In thu establishment of Intenvi
tlon.il peace lx shown In tho announce
ment that a course In lCsperauto will
be" given next year,
(Hpeclnl Bulletin Ccrrcsponrtence.t
WAIDHKC. June 27. John (lossln,
assistant postmaster lit Kahulul. died
suddenly ut his home at Kahulul last
Saturday of lieart failure, aged G4
years. lie was born nt Cincinnati, O.,
on December 31, 18411, nnd came to
Maul In 1H04, having resided at Mil
kawell, Kuuiii, prior to coming to
At tho outbreak of tho Civil War ho
enlisted as a drummer boy from it
company from Ills State and served
faithfully until tho close of thu war.
Mr. Closxln worked for u number of
years ns salesman In tho Kahulul storo
and w'ns much liked by everybody. De
ceased ami his wlfo huvo been very
helpful to the Kahulul church, Joining
In all the church and hoclut affairs of
that town. Mrs. Oossln was, for a
number of years it teacher at Muuna
Itev. W. S. Short of the Church ir
the flood Shepherd of Walluku, In tho
absence of thu regular pastor, Itev. II.
1. Judd, who Is now nttepdlug thu
convention of tho Hawaiian Evangeli
cal Association In Honolulu, perform
ed tho funeral services nt the Kahulul
church last Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock. After tho servlco tho remains
were placed on special trnln unil
token to I 'a la depot, where a hearse
was In readiness and the. filnernl pro
cession slowly made for the Mnkawuo
cemetery, whero the remains wero lu
Ilo Yeo Clio, a Chinese, school los
clior, who has been u resident In Ihn
Mauds for seventeen yonrx, wag, tlli
chnrtud In police couit this morning.
Ilo was arrested on tho complaint of
Daniel, cx-lsillrcman, for lihlng jno
fano IniiKuago In n public place. ():
tho stand Ihn defendant said that his
house Man nbntil 250 feel awny from
the iiiibllc .road, ut Mollllll uit-1 llmtl
while, ho admitted linvlug used higher
Kligllsh, tho moaning of which ho did
not himself comprehend, said that his
rolco could not ho heard from thu
road. Judge Munsarrat agreed wild
Ii I til. nnd accordingly ho discharged
Ex-Editur Cale Fluhart hat come out
In favor o' th' lltcensed saloon. He
aye a feller will sometime! pay fer
his paper after he't been drinkln'. One
good thing 'bout only havin' one suit
o' clothes la that you've alius got your
- IN SALARIES
The city mid county of Honolulu will
emhuvor tu tub along on n seml-un-nual
expense account umouutlug to
about seventeen thousand dollars short
of what bus been npprupi luted for a
nuiiihir of similar pi rlods.
- Chairman Low has tiled his estimated
with the board, which nt u meeting
lust uveulug passed thu appropriation
bill on llrst reading ulul to print.
In recent years thu municipality bus
been doing business under un expense
of between ISM.Ueiu and J3JC.O0U each
For tlm six mouths lieghinlug with
July 1, thu city futhriH huvu kept iltiwn
the approiirlntloiis tu within 1339,000.
At this llirure, u fccoro or more city
mid county employes huvo been grant
id n small raise. In their monthly sti
pends. Thu new appropriation bill now In
tin hands of tho clerk xhowb uu lu
ireate of $20 In the monthly salary uf
Deputy City and County Attorney Mll
trtou. A. M. Drown, also n deputy
In the same office, will fioiu July 1
nihil a salary warrant culling for 11&
Ilulldlug mid I'lumhliig Inspector
Mlehlstelu also eomes In for 125 ex
pansion In his monthly check.
City u'lil County Knglneer Oero Is
rcmcinh'jred by a morn substantial am
plilluutlon of salury, mnouiitlug to JM
each month. Thu assistant engineer In
the same olllco has been raised by $1G
In City Cle-rk Knlnuokalanl's olllce,
his thief deputy, Oeiiu liuffandeau, has
been allowed (25 additional. Assist
ant Van Ulesen anil Fernandez come
in for un advance of $10 and 15 respec
tively. An additional Interpreter has been
uildiit to Judge Munstirrnt'x. court, unJ
this nlllclnl will draw HO u month as
trnmlator of l'orto ltlcnn anil Spanish,
t'oiislderublo enhirgement" In the
monthly stipends of tho members of
tho llro department uro provided for,
liu lulling Chief Thurston, who will
hereafter draw $2S additional. Ills
uxslstant chief gets 115. A nuibtcr me
chanic mid engineer Is In lino for 110
additional, whllo ten drivers aro each
ruincmbercd with 15 nddltlonul pay.
Chief of Detectives McDutllo Is ad
mitted by tho board to have, earned a
120 a month raise, und ho will get It
with thu llrst of tho month. Thu chief
clerk ut police station also will ro-i-til
a JJ0 Increase.
Along suultntlon mid health lines, six
Inspectors nro slated for n monthly
augmentation of jr. each. Two meat
und fond lntK-ctors nru now placed on
ii mr with the money paid to TerrI
lorlal Hoard of Health men perform
lug tho Hiimu duties.
Other Hems cured for In tho new
npijioprlatlon hill Include 112,000 set
usidt for the purchase of two suitable
tttlln chemical llro trucks. The recent
llrex In outer districts have emphasized
the urgent necessity of this addition to
the llre-llghtliig nppalatus owned by
Four thousand dollars will bo avail
able) each month" for permanent puvo
nienl In thu city.
When tho big freighter Massachu
sella aiihra at Honolulu tho llmo
Hpcnt nt tho port will ho dQyoted t.)
taking on migar fur discharge ut Dola
wnio Ilreakw aler. When tho vessel
railed from Tacoma Hnmu three Ihou
Miiiil Ions hunker coal won taken mi
hoard. This amount lu believed will
hint tin) Atlantic transport fivli'.hter
until cho icacliea Coronel, Chllo.
Strikebreakers Threaten to
Leave Quarters and Fight
The Btrlko of thu warehousemen at
thu California Hawaiian Sugar He-
llnlng Company's works at Crockett
assumed nmio ild proportions than
wero Included lu thu cahlcH. Thu
coast file, recclwd ycstuiday glvo
First blood In tho Btrlko of Ciock-
clt wai uhoutemen, until Saturday
employes of Miu California Hawa
iian Sugar Heilnliig Company, was
ilnlmed Biinrtly after noon yesterday
when u slilkuhieaker was seized, at
tacked und so badly bf.ileii that, In J
frenzy of pain and terror, ho torn
nwuy from his as.iallants and hurled
himself Into I he wnlciu of the straits.
Hum when ho was drugged out und
left besldu the railroad track.
Ah n result thu iiou-unlonists held
a ineellni; In the relluory last night
anil later announced that they would
bleak tho Blege or the hotel, demand
the freedom of tho town and tight
the striken at tlui Mist Intimation of
hostility. Crockett awalls tho Im
pending battle with breathless, utix
loty, mid tliu hugar company l.i
doubling Hh pinlocllon. It' tixt also
IsmiPd amnhcr warning tu Its non
union empluyox not to leave Hh prop
orty iiiiattcuded. From the ucthm of
the sugar company In raising u high
board fi'liro on llio Induct and ap-
proacliea between tho refinery and
hotel to screen Hh employes from
sight of tho strikers, H Is iissumed
Hint piepariitloiia mo being mailo for
a long siege.
Thu man who fell a victim to thu
unionists' rage was an Italian named
II. Criisa, who iesKudeil to Hie com
pany's call for emploeH Monday. He
diew his pay at noon yesterday and
walked out to Hie track Marling for
I'ort Costa. A few men followed lilm
around thu coiner, and a few words
ensued, and In another moment Crusa
was the center of tho attack,
Drawa a Dirk.
He made a gamo attempt at do
fense, hut was practically Kiwerless.
He drew a dirk; It was knocked Into
Ilia straits. For ten minutes ho was
alternately draggod and beaten, until
finally he succeeded In breaking from
their gniBp, and, mad with pain and
his faco gientty swollen, sought re
lief In tho water.
Mrs, Frank Sherman, wife of tho
warehouse superintendent, heard Cru
sa's cries, and, ascertaining thu na
tare of the trouble, telephoned to the
Crockett Hotel. The deputy sheililH
refused to go (o Crusa's nld, snlng
they had boon instructed not to leave)
tho company's property.
Mib. Sherman, r.colng Crusa In tho
water, then telephoned Superintend
ent Irurtnian, who finally communi
cated with Constablo John Fox. Ily
this time, however, Crusa had been
abandoned, and when tho constable
reached tho scene his assailants had
disappeared. Crusa limped out of
town about an hour Inter, after hav
ing; described tho men, saying, how
ever, Hint ho would not como hack
lu ensu of their arrest.
After last night's meeting of the
warehousemen, Recording Secretary
Fox said! "There Is no Immediatu
nroniiect of it settlement. Wo aro
laying our plans to stay out fuiever,
If necessary. No nwu performing
such labor us sugar handling can llvu
on n ten-hour day und Indeflnlto wnge
Superintendent Hnrtman und Frank
Sherman of tho company say thu
stilko has really hut begun and that
tho company could gel 2000 new em
ployes If necessary.
Are wearing our Clothing be
cause they realize the superi
ority of these garments. Each
suit is made by the best tailors
the land affords.
THE STYLES THIS SEASON
are very attractive, and the
patterns and styles greater
than ever before. We guaran
tee all the colorings and the fit.
I'M I" lWll
Lv, WMtflfVMaw M &r
Jarrett Finds That Naone Did
Not Report Death of La-
kana on June 2.
Ax tho result of fulluro on tho part
of Deputy .Sheriff Naone ot Koolaulon
to report to tho police authorities here
the death of ljikaiiu, a native, on Juuu
2, Sherlrr Jarrett will hold a confer-"
one'B this iifttrnonu with County At
torney Cnthcart und discuss thu udl
sublllty of proceeding ngiilnst Nnonu
wltli n le-w to Impeuehlng him for
malfeasance In uulcc.
According to Sheriff Jarrett, who
iwersonally Investigated tho cause of
I.akana's death at Hauulu yesterday,
It appeared that Deputy SberlfT Naono
had been seeretlng the entire) circum
stances us to tho cause of Ijikaim's
death from the police. At tho time of
the death, Naono declined to hold nil
Inquest. Although he wuh Informed by
Dr Durney, who examined tho body
of Iikana utter hlx deuth under tho
wheels ot a cart, Naono refused to cnll
the Inipiest. On this nccount tho po
lice were lu Ignorance until I.upiur In
spector Kennell told the wholo thing In
Sheriff Jarrett, who Immediately bur
lled down to llaiiulii yesterday.
Dr Durney, on examination of the
boil;, found Hint the skull had been
fractured He was indignant when
Niioiio refused to call mi Impicst and
aseeitaln. If peisslble', what ixirtles wero
directly respouslblo for Dnkmm's death.
Naone. It Is said, hud purchased liq
uor mid was p.irllilly lutoxleate'd. j.
kaiia was prestut und participated In
the drinking. On bin way homo on a
vehicle, assisted by his drunken
friends, ho fell under llio cart. , Naono
failed to report the matter to Sheriff
Tho sberllT would removo Naone, but
ns ho Is nn elective nlfleer of Hie coun
ty, ho can not do anything. It is on
this account that ho wants to consult
tho county attorney before bringing
Imptuchment proceedings befnro the
Hoard of Supervisors.
TO GIVE GRAND HOP
The U. S. Navnl Station officers are
Waking elaborate preparations and
sending out Invltutlons for a social
hop they nro giving nt tho Colonial on
thu evening of July 11th.
The officers In charge aro doing
themselves proud to maku tho affair
most tasty and enjoyable, which they
will certainly succeed In doing.
FLEW WITH A GALE
AT 155-MILE RATE
Vediino, Witli Piano Perpen
dicular Shot Down Through
l'AIIIS, Juno S. IAuto estimates
that Vedrlne, tho winner of the Tarls .
to M.idild race, und whoso proper, yj
name Is Jules Verhlnes, attained tho
prodigious speed of K! miles mi hour'.
on Tuesday, cowrlng the 77 5 miles,.
separating DIJou ami Saint l-aurent-
lex-Macon In thirty minutes.
Tho paper quotes tho aviator as"
saying he was pushed by n wind foj
violently that tit times he How wltli ,
tho tall of his nlr machine pcrpen-
1 ftlfMI I'll TIi nlcn unnriiititntiinl Iti'.l 1
utbiieeaei au iiinir I uvutllltlTIVU nlllU u
pockets Hint caused his jiiachliio'.to.S
ninko frightful drops, sometimes doS
seondlug t00 feet In u few seconds
Vedrlnea suffered only through 'tlio
strain un his eyes.
SANTA ItOSA. May 27. Fro'mTnUI
over the) world u demand Is being I'moJol
'for Luther Ilurbank's spineless cactusl
and tho plant and fruit which nm her?
,ulded ns thu salvation of tho waatoj
lauds of the earth are being brougiitg
i prominently to tho front.
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THE DISSOLUTION OF THE SUGAR TRUST.
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