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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, NOV. 24, 1911.
MILLIONAIRE OWNER OF EASIEST M0T0RB0AT
MOST ANSWER FOR DEATH Of BOY HE KILLED
& M?i mKKmi V msIBejB &T&, sMbWsBbMWsBS1 tSm
jfcTiKAlEQyiJPEwito- snssKassHHsV'SP'? ' tfriKI
- " ' " vHpum
lU'l'lAl.n I'leileii, k K lliiiiih.nii ..I
New Veil. ll . nttier or tilt' Ili.- IV,
III.' fastest nniliirl.ii.it In tin' n mi ,, I
hi lit rinuiiilili' lnr tin- Oath l I In -ill.
I W. Hill b Justice nl tlir I'l.uii
It A. Totlin nf TiilttlW'fllltlll, who noted
mm coroner iiml lni"tluiitcil Itpll's
death. Hi II iik n nn-i tntnr nt the
Wiuiniliinxlil race hold In the Niagara
Septeitil,. r III iiml was klll-
I'll Wllcll III.
lIM.' IV. r. ii nln.io
MliuMriiti T..IH- In In" Illi'llliL'i hiitd
tll.'it til. i Ii'lit u.i" owing In tilt' t'li-
tin uliH.-ni.- i.i -imi.il" between t'nii.
TELLS OF FALL
(Continued from Pans 1)
cil nml thuuglii i nf .'lilli.lv In ili.i.-c'
If till) CIlillHHC Uilll ll0 I) I'll OllUCUt-j
I'll abroad, Anii'l li-1:1 mill Jiiiau ho-1
lug the main I luis. Take lur In-!
Munco tliu Tokvo iiiiIximhI'V. Sonic
HlIlO at!" tilde WIH II tllOVCMIH'lll from
China nml ill in my us eight thousand
hoys Chinese student i wore enrolled
there ut one
time. As soon as .tlio
inoviiiu'iit I in lie i a ctlsls atiil war
was declared I'nn1 lie" llo-kiit hack
to their native I. ml Mie.i I rime
llinniKh TnKy i H h time there weiv
only sumo citlii It is i.Iied left at the
uilltuislly mid til u
plans to go home ng dn
"Dr. Hun, uho I litui'
lulu boy, we heard was
Iioui I.oiiilon to China to taku an at-
Ilu part In thu campaign anil t 111 ti
iliiiiilil mean a gieu dual lo the move
"Prom tthat I oiild hear fiom the
revolutionary Ikuiiuih I met In Hli-iu-ttlial
tliu .Maucliiii leiillzu that llieir
IKiuer Is. hioki'ii mil :iro doing all
they ran In get I lie foreign powers
In liitereiie. If tl ey call do this then
lliey will Bitxe their own kMiih am!
the reoliillon III line a hard time
in pull thiuiigh siicccssfull.
"In uvuiy town IIiom' who a'e slill
for the .Miiuehim me pr.ictic illy out
casls. Tlio thine. e as u whole ai-'
culling olf tliu plgluils not wishing
to carry wllh lli'iu even (he slightest
ll.ikell nf tile ervilude lo lllo eer
lulled race. CiiiiiIiik over on the h.ut
the hoys nil had llieir iliein's rut oil
ns Hum as llu'y knew (hut Hlianghai
"As mi evldiiice of Ihn way In
which tlio MaiU'lius aie making llicii
last desperate si-in.l this edict Issued
.ome lime ai(u slmws the lengths lo
which they are going. When I toad
It I thought that It was one of the
most icmm kjlde documents mur
pi luted mid kepi a t lipping of i. The
winding is us lolli.ws:
1'rinu Cniiitriir to People,
I'uklng, Oclober :in.
"I havu relgtiod lor thieu ears and
hnn iiliviivs neleil crinsi'li'iilliiiisU' In
thu IntiucBtfl of the neonle. Hut I I
lint,, not luunloicd men nroiierlv not '
having political skill. I liuw em-'
nloved loo iniiiiv iiuhles III oolillcal i
positions, mi art
which lias contra-'
ml cint.tltu(lomilhmi. On railway i
tiers Homeoni. whom I trusted has I
manors Homcuno whom I misled has i
fooled me. Thus public opinion was ,
opposed to this policy.
Alt (I. lib to Amend.
"All these thlligii are my own fault.
Iletehy I aiimiuiicS In tlio world that
I uweur o lefiiriii and with our sol-
illfis and our people, lo cany out Iho
. DIXIE IV WINKING
KomintftT qmi iiic-ri
tulif l'rrilrrli K K lliiriiliiiin nf New
York .mil hi olmlllccrs lltlll tllllt I'lip-
t.iln lliirnhnm was Kiillty nf criminal
negligence In nut signaling to his en
constitution rallhrully, modifying leg
I Islutloti, developing tliu Interests of
tlio people and abolishing tlielr hard
ships, nil In accordance with tlio
VflHlll'H nml IlltCIOStS of tlio people.
"Old UiwH that me unxiiltiililu will
he nhollxht'd. The union of Mnni'hilH
anil Clilnee, inenlioncil hy the Into
r llinpeior I Khali carry out.
I "Ah n-t;aiil lliijieh and Hunan, for
.their KlievnnroH, tlioiiKh liieelplliili'd
. h the Koldlem mid imiM'il hy Jul
I Client;, I only lilame inynelf hecause
I hail mistakenly appointed him. The
KoIilleiN mid the people are Innocent.
If they return to tlielr iiIIi'kImiii'I', I
will excuse tliu past.
"lleliiK a very Hiunll iemou Ktaiiil-
. til lr lit the heilil of IMV Klllilects. I l.ee
n,, ,.. i,riim.. u i,,..,.iv rni,,,. i.,
"" n "
tliu ground. 1 regret my fault and re-
, punt greutly. 1 can only Must that
my subjects will suiitiort the suldleiH
u order to Bupport me, to confront
thu millions of my people, to hold I
"o inakliig ii mly the eternity or the dynasty, mid
I to convert danger Into tranquilly,
h a I Iiuiii-1 Tli patriotism ol the Umpire's sub
on his wjy.jcclH will be nppieclalcd and Irusted
How Shannhil Fell I
"Contvarv to unv expeclatlnns lltut1 "ri,,,y """' a "'"K ,"" '0' ,,10m kIvIiik It a trial on our llheral guar
' ' . ... I settle down lulu smooth I'linultii, or. ...., t pa , ...
in.'iv linii neon he i hv lliusii win i III
not know the Inside lopes Hie taking
of Shtiughal by the rovolu Innary
toioes was dune without nu fuss
all. The koI.IIcih Just niaic!:e In ,
1 the .Manchit olllcialK sought refuse In
iho foreign quarters.
I "As soon as It was known Hull Hit)
town. Iiml been taken the stieels link
ed as though thoio hud been a gcu-
leral washing day in del oil, for front
every house, mid in many oases ou
ol all the windows In the house, while
i Hags w.'io hung. This was the easiest
thing they could get at the time and
sen oil thu proper Hag could bo lib
"There was very little dlsliiihince
of any sort, the men as soon an the
. aihonal was taken simply taking aw i
Mho ammunition nml uulfonus nml
' pulling them on. .MohI of the revolu
tionary foices are wearing uniform:.
! thai once grated Iho hicks of thn
Miincliu soldiers. They wear ii white
baud iiiouud their aim us a sign Hint
lliey mo no! the regains.
The New Flag.
"There Is some argument still as to
what tlio new Hag shall he. It is nut
the same as Hie one Hi it your local
Chinese are llylng and In fact niith
Ing delliilto has been settled at all.
The main point lo be decided Is as to
whether they i-hall have a sun wllh
nlll l",,lllH rfpreM-litliig Ilu
wot l, or
whether some other design shall ha
"Throughout the einiiuign of the
lovolullonlsls thoio has boon no tool;.
Ifssnoss shown. The whole of ll,er
Ih mi worked out lint the nia-l
rhino tlioy have constructed tuns like
clockwork. Instead of guessing al ie-
suits thev ato practically ceituln til
it ami oidor each mop as limy think
"Thu loaders, eih I have said, are
gineers to step thf limit. Now that the
i-oriini'r'M llndlng liny been lllcil thu
grand July will Investigate tin- uecl
il.'iit all ftirolKii educated and tlio koiiiIIiie
of tlielr j-oiiiiB ini'ii to other coimtrle
lor thin purpoo Iihb lieeu a p'trt of
tlio nrU'liial plan from the very hu-kIuiiIuk-
"When tlic hoal Rot here we heaid
tltitt Home of the forelKiiera had lu'eii
killed and IIiIh Ih rather tin it to un
derstand for cver(hliiK was very
inlet. It may he that the Manchiu
i.re enKlneerhiK IIiIh move to lirlni;
ahoui the Intervention of the foielKti
powers anil foico Ihein iiKalns
The Mission Situation.
"Tim missionaries throughout Chlti.i does not gle yuu ahsnlute sutlsfiictlun.
me placed In an awkward position. i'l'luil's prnnf or our fallli In this rem
Thpy are for the piogrcHslvo move- edy, and It should Indlspiituhly dem
lilonl hut nt tlio same tltuo they can- nmtrntc that we know what we are
not como right out and my so for If
lliey ilu thule would ho trouhlu. MimV
of them living and working In some
! of the hack towns would he killed by
"H" MnnclitiM ami theiciore they have
lo slaiid neutral although giving what
assistance they can In a quiet way.
"Piom what I know of the whole
sllliallon there seems to bo every
chance of tliu progroBKlvo movement
, I'll,.. 1.1, r ...it ,,,,.1 ,,l, I .1. It ...1,1 .....
""'"" " """ "mikii h ih inn-
. " "
iter they will manage It In the end.'
(Continued from Hg 11
According tu Kauae, he was on duly
last Wednesday night, mid that dur
ing thu opening hours of the saloon,
ho never saw Schooley enler the sa -
loon, wneii he lead tlio arcouut ol to Ilium.
Iho deiith of Schooley In tlio papers The Idds Tor 5.ri0 school desks with
yestciday. he Immediately went up 10,108 rear seats, 200 assembly chairs,
the goM'innient morgue In view thoj twelve high stools, tlilriy teachers
dead body of the soldier. j arm-chairs and thirty teachers desks
Accotdlng to l.lunor. Inspector Pen- weie: Supply Cuinpniiy, I3O03; A. II,
noil today, thn llaiunl saloon Is con- Arlelgh, $3il!il; Hawaiian Newa Com
duclod In an orderly milliner. pany, $:ilfi7.ilil. and Wall, Nichols and
Tliu only ftosh evidence Iho pollcoi Company, $.1l73.iill.
mo known to have secured Is thu f.tctl i
that Schooley, drosBed lit a light grey
suit was seen earlier In tho ovenliu;.
They do not know, however, whero
ho vas rooming,
Until this last Tact Is established
It Ia doubtful whether much can he
done hi Iho case. There nro two
theories going Iho rounds. . One be
ing that ho had the lt v suit on nl
the tlnio when lie was killed tufd that
lite murderer slipped on tho old clothes
Unit were tontnl on thu body, lu Hie
place of tho good ones, Tho oilier
theory Is, that Schooley went homo
I during the ou-nlug mid changed his
One of the must Important ihiIiiIs
abniit the llndlug or Iho gtey suit Ised, was kept In Chinese, Iho Bergeant
that Hehnoley was reirted as huv'iis being a line linguist nml speaking
always kept a diary or his dally do- Spanish and (lornian ns well.
lugs ami that Ibis may glvo some He was not a man that talked a
I clue that would lead lo tho anest of gloat deal and very low people know
the tuiirdeiur. Tho diary, It In stat- much about him.
A coitnot.olltnii crowd, In which Hutu
!u,i4 ii iipiiitiiih Htirltikltuir of snclety
folk, ntti'iidcil the annual exlilhlt Riven
III the Kllnhanii Art l.i'iiRue looms hut
evening. The formal prescntiitliili nf
MIm Ilvelyn Aliiiniiil Wlthrow. tliu
f'liliroriilan nrtlyt. to the inemlierH of
the lenKiie (Hid tlielr frli'HiN furnlslicd
the social Incentive, ami lnteret In the
exhllilts, which were the most note-
....-., ,.. ,.......-. ..r tl... 1.
i,ruiy in nil iii.-i.'i.i "i "' ""h." .
!l .,.. ...I ...... .I....I.-...I ,.. .....Paltlt.
ItllllllKlli l.llll'IW Hll.l lir"liru ... ,...,f....
lat the shrine of int. I'Yntii :3 until
lU:Sn nclnck the rnnnis were tliroiini'ii
with Inti rested spictnlnr"
A remiirkalili' fm t Incident to the
cxhllilt was that lime eii only two
lileci'S nf nrls and cr.ift work There
Was tnucli mure ihliin palntliiK tliin
usual, and fills was iinlalily ln'iiutlful,
slinwlnn strniiKl.v the piiwiit-ilay ten
iliiicy tuwaril ciiiiMiitlniial iti'siKuliiK.
An cxhllilt nf exii'ptliinal mcilt was
shown liy the chliia-paliitliiK ili'liart
tnint nf the Cnlli'Ke i,r Hawaii.
Tlie chief iiit rest centered. of
ennrse, In the work nf Mls Wlthrnw,
altliniiKli exhllills hy hicnl pinple iiKii
calUd fnrtti much ciilhuslai.tlc com-
In, nl t I.., Willi, ..U''u ,'vlill.ltu U't'l,
her much-talkeil-iif picture, "Cnnci'ii-
tratlnli, nml "The drape Seller, which
also was greatly admired The" nther
sketches. "The Spirit nf I'lrc." "Tim
Spirit nf the l.el" and "The Spirit nf
tlie ltuiuliow." have I. ecu ilone since
her arrival here
Another Interesting Kriiiip was fur
nlslicd liy V T. Sinllh, who accuiii
pnnlcs Miss Wltlimw lis licr htmlness
InminKcr, Mr. Smllh's scenes In nil
nro cliarinhiK mid his timlid leather
Wnrk nf exceptional merit.
Tlie artists who exhibited last cven
liiK were Miss Wlthrnw. I). Ilownrd
Hltchcnclc, Miss (trace ltnliertsnii, Miss
Annie Tarke. Mrs M. II l'erley, MPs
rinreiieo llarrlsnn. T Smith, li A.
Mrs. M. li l'erley, MNs Akiics Mc
Intyre, Miss Alice ('niipir. Mrs. J. Me
lanphy. Mrs. A. It. Heller. Mrs. W. It.
Super, Mrs. V. T. Miinarriit, Mrs, J.
S. DniiiiKlilin. Miss Iwalanl Itlpley ex
The iiiimIi'IIiik' was done hy Airs. Ham
Newcomh, tooled leather work liy Mr.
Smith, stenciled tal.li. scarf liy Miss
JeHle Shaw and tlie stenciled anil cm
lirohlcred tuhle covir hy Mrs. 1'. An
draile. There were elKhty-i'lKlit
catnloRiie, inaMni; the largest ex-'
ever Kluyi hy the local art
Treatment ('osls .Vullilni; If
We want you tu try three large hnt-
tics nf lteMill "!" Ilalr Tunic on our
ipersniial Kuarautee that we will refund
your money for the mere asking If It
talking about when we say that Itexall
"IC" Ilalr Tunic will umw hair exceiit
where baldness has been of such lomr
duration that the roots nf the hair are
basing our statements upon
uli.it has alteady been accomplished by
the u-e of Itexall "tiJ" Ilalr Tnnlo. We
believe that what It has dune fnrthou-
sands of others It will do for you. In
... . . . ....
unv eveni you ennnnt lose unytnmg ny
.. i7, nee. nun i.uv. u
iiieiiiher. you can obtain Itexall Heine-
Hies in till" community only at our
sloie- The lteMill Store. Hciiion,
Hinllb ,t Cu, Ltd., Port and Hotel
CONTRACT AWARDED FOR
SUPPLYING SCHOOL DESKS
The Olllco Supply Company yester
day proved to he the lowest bidder
lor the supply of Brhool desks and
other fm nil lire. Superintendent ope
opened Iho bids mid on looking
( through Ihein awarded
Quince PruucK a seaman, who broke
Ills legs nml sustained other Injuries
hy fulling Into ouu of the batches of
the Ilrlllsli steamer Hcokerhmn, died
this morning at tho Queen's Hospital.'
r'""l "as one of thcMiost liked rcn
lmn "r ""' untislier,
Women Jurnrs may wear their hats
while silting lu the Jury box, iiccurillng
'" " l'""",K ","lU ,,y J,"lB" '"""'''J' "'
,the Superior ( ourt at I.os Angeles, Cal
: ! (:.
DON'T MI8S TONIOHT'S
HUGHES MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
(HtllATI'.ST Ml'HICAI, Hl'fVI.HH OI-'
Melody, Catchy Sonyt and Dancet,
Rollicking. Humor and Tun from
Start to Finish
NEW SONCS NEW COSTUMES
Night Prices 15, 20 and 30 Cents
Saturday Matinee. . 10 and 20 Cents'
Monday Wednesday Friday
Sl'.W AfT.lt'ST 1'IIOM Till: oltll'.NT
Singing and Dancing Team
KXOKI'TIONAI.I.Y fl.I.VI.It DUO OP
Golden-Throated Singer, Whose Voice
Has Rare Quality and Quantity
Clair and Clinton
English Singers, Monologuists and
IN TDK I'HM'UIT I'OIJIIT OP tiii: i
Plrst flrcull, Territory of. Hawaii, At
Chamliers. In Probate. In thu mutter
of the IMatc of John Noll, late nf I In
nnlulii, T. II.. Deceased. On rciiillntfl
and tiling the petition of Alice Kusu- j
maim, Kinniii V. Harrison, I.lllle Hag-,
Inn. I and Mm)' llriiuu, nil nf Honolulu,
aliening that John Null nf said llouii-
lulu died intestate ut Honolulu afore
said nn the 17th day nf Niivcmlicr A I
I). Hill, leaving prepctty ulthln the Ju-,
rlsdlctloii of this I 'unit necessary to
lie iidmlnlstereil upon, mid iraylugthat
Lettcis or Administration with the Will
annexed Issue to I'reil Harrlmn; It Is
Onlereil, that Tnesihiy, the 211th day
of December. A. I). 111 1. ut 10 uVlui-lc j
n. in., be and hereby Is appointed for
hearing said 1'itltluu In the courtroom
of this Court In the Judiciary building
In the City mid futility
f Honolulu ut i
which time and nlace nil ncrsons con-1
ccined uiav uiinear and shinv cause. If
any they have, why suld petition should
lint be grunted.
Dated, Honolulu, No- '
Hy the fouit: (Seal) '
veniber 21". ll'll
M. T. SI.MONTON, Clerk, flrcull Court.
Plrst circuit. Cecil llroun, utlorney
f.O'.il Nov. 2t; Dee. 1, S. IB.
MAN0A CLUB INDORSES
There wai an enthusiastic nieeling
of the Manna Improvement Club last
evening, held at the residence of Pied
I.. Wnldrou. Tho free garbage col
lecting s.vHletn was up fur dlsciisslot,
ami received the endorsement of tlii
club. Tho club alsii passed a rewilu-.
Hon of thanks to the llnpld Transit
Company for placing thu teii-tnliiuto
tervlce on tho Mania himich,
Tho club will make a call on lllo
supervisors for the grading of short
piece of toad III tho upper part of tho
valley. The doing of this pleco of
work hhs been pioiulsed by Iho pre
sent limn d and ulmi by the previous
boatil but neither has fulfilled Ihc
Pour new delegates were appointed
In the central Improvement c'llumit
tee as follows: A. Lewis ,lr A. Mel
rill, I'rof. J. W. Olltnnro and A M.
AT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
Tomorrow there will be n reception
at the Kaiilkeolaul Children's Hospital
from .1:30 to a p. in., and friends nf
Ilu. l.iul III. I bin tic. mirilhille Ini'lli'il 111
,.. .,..,. w, ,,;, ,Ht, ,,y
the Hawaiian baud, which has been
kindly tendered fur the occasion.
Tho hospital was formally opened
November 3.1, ll'0'.i, mid has been In
operation fur two years The iilteuil
unco has been largo and thu Institu
tion Is tendering great public service.
lt Is Imped that all Interested In tlie
hospital who are able to attend will be
I t .
As the ineiillle hat has appeared there
may be a new use for the woiu nut
OUR FULL ASSORTMENT
is now on display. You can
gather many Holiday
Suggestions by paying
us a visit.
The finest lines
Date Goods offered at the Lowest
Prices you have ever seen.
JJiO.OO ALL SUITS FORMERLY $10.00 AND $12.00.
7.00--ALL SUTS FORMERLY $13.00 AND $RO0.
8.00--ALL SUITS FORMERLY $10.00 AND $10.00.
9.00--ALL SUITS FORMERLY $17.00 AND $18.00.
10.00--ALL SUITS FORMERLY $19.00 AND $2000.
00 Pairs of 04x72 COTTON BLANKETS , $ .90
50 Poirs ol G4x76 COTTON DLANKET8 1.20
30 Pairs of 60x80 WOOL BLANKETS S.20
20 Pairs of 70x80 WOOL BLANKETS G.00
I DOMESTICS I
90. Inch LOCKWOOD BROWN SHEETING 30c Yard H
7?.tnr.h II " II OH V-.-I IH
I IB 63-Inch " " ' 20e Vnrd N
45. Inch " " " 15c Yard M
30-Inch PEQUOT BLEACHED " 32c Yard
81-Inch " " " 30c Yard BJ
72-Inch " " " 27!jc Yard H
45-Inch " " " , 17ae Yard H
42-Inch " " " 15e Yard
36-Inch PARAGON " " 10c Yare H
36. Inch POLAND " " B'2c Yard
36-Inch DAKOTA " CAMBRIC 10o Yare M
42x36 PEQUOT HEMMED PILLOW CASES $ .20 Each Rj
72x90 " " SIIECT3 Ri; FiarkH
90x90 " 1.00 Each
Tim Agents for the Wj H
1SL Walk-Over W 9
Jjji Shoes Umn
L. B. KERR 2b Co., Ltd!
Alakea Street H
- Out Sale
of New and TJp-to-
-ik.., tw.. X ..lyf1
nmtA'rVmi'iil'i)ti1n "ifiMttrJli lk-'A,l .&,-tlt !). &1.
id tit. . Akm