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THIS HAWAIIAN STAR. TUWMftAY. AlKltttT M. It.
This silk Is a wonufer for roar and
tho manufacturer's guararttco..ln tho
every piece of silk. This gflarttntee Is
silk Is entirely free from adulteration
states that the exclusive, sflli5k agent
refund the purchase price of any piece
proves dofectlve with reasonable wear.
"MONEYBAK" Taffeta -Silk Is not
appearance. The prldestfitfe!
19 In. wide
23 ", "
26 " "
24 In. wide
8. S. SACHS' IT BNB H.
Italy's Dowager Queen
MRS. THERESA "WILCOX IS MAKING GREAT PLANS FOR ENTERTAIN
ING FORMER QUEEN" MARGHE RITA OP ITALY THINKS SHE
WILL GIVE A HOOKUPU AMONG OTHER THINGS "WIDOW OF
FORMER RULER OF ITALY DUE HERE IN FEW MONTHS.
The Princess Theresa Is preparing to
entertain Italy's queen dowager, Mar-' "r the guidance of those who may at
A. , .. , , xv tend the Princess' luau, the following
gherlta when tho latter arrives In Ho- .,, ln thn nt .nhnptt,spll
nolulu on an automobile tour of tho language, are offered,
world. The widow' of tho late King "oha, I saya your maj, Youa llkea
Humbert is to undertake such a trip dees piaz? Ita lsa guud a piaz a8
which will be a most unique one In tho ital."
history of royalty. "Youa llkea deeza peeg. Whata
When sho reaches Honolulu, she will youa no ijeen nkea de peeg? -Well a
find our own Princess on tho wharf trya SOmea of dea feesli," and so on.
waving aloha and ready to greet her Naturally the conversation would be
royal sister with open arms and true npt to be carre(i on n the sphaggettiz
Hawallan hospitality. Although Italy's e(j language and If over occasion arose
dowager queen is npt likely to reach to address tho hostess, tho Princess
Honolulu for several months yet, Thereza, It might take tho following
Princess Theresa Is already lying form "Helloa Thereze, youa alia righta,
awako at nights cogitating over tho- youa given, dea gud luau, youa outa
best Weans of entertaining the lady de sghta. I been a prost."
of royalty. The Princess has decided But aside from the conversation
that tsho wants to entertain the Queen which would be interesting, tho rela
Dowager according to the old Hawaiian tions which exist between the Princess
customs. .The Princess thinks that and the Queen Dowager are Interest
perhaps a" hookupu Where everybody ing. The late Robert Wilcox the hus
brlngs presents of food to the luau, band of the Princess, was a student at
would be about the correct thing. But one of the military colleges of Italy
this is only a detail of the function, in his younger days and while there
The Princess Is an artist ln the man- met many members of the noble fam
agement of luaus. In fact her home Hies of Italy. Wilcox Is well remem
at Kalmukils known In political clr- bered by various Italians and all of
cles as Luauvllle and she can be" relied them coming to Honolulu, Inquire for
upon to do things up ln the correct him and tfir his family. Prince Lulgl
stylo. who came here about a year ago on
At odd times when she Is not thinking an Italian cruiser knew of Mrs. Wil
up details of 'the "entertainment, thi 'cox, she says and made special in
Prlncess is practlclpg tho Italian lan- qulrles regarding her on his arrival,
guage. Meetings of royalty are usual-r. Doubtless Queen Margherlta knows
ly formal. In fact there are for a of Mrs. Wilcox and will wish to see her
time, set speeches and the conversation too.
COUNSEL FOR DEFENSE AGAIN
THERE IS NO SUCH THING IN
A TRUSTEE SHERIFF BROWN
A CONFESSION AT THE JAIL.
P. D. Kellett Jr., was held to answer
before tho next Grand Jury by Judge tho legal holder of tho property ho
Robinson this morning, for embezzle- was said to have embezzled his title
ment of $834.40 of tho funds of the was merely Jus ad rem. Tho Jin in
Bareto estate, after a morning mostly rem was entirely with the heirs an I le
devoted to argument by J. Llghtfoot of gatees. Translated this meant that
the proposition that as trustee Kellett whllo Kellett as trustee held tho prop
had a right to use the funds as he eny legally ln his own name, tho ultl
chose, having absolute title to them, mate ownership was with the holrs and
Judgo Robinson remarked at the open- legntecs and Kellett had no right to
ing of tho argument that he had al- spend the money as his own.
ready ruled, but Llghtfoot called his Kellett's bond was fixed at 2,500 tho
honor's attention to the remark of Lord" samo as, before. Ha goon and L'ght
Bacon that a man who never changes fott asked that he bo released on his
his mind is a fool, and tho Judge settled own recognizance until two o'clock, to
down to listen. get bondsmen. County Attorney E.
"Every person who holds a fiduciary A. Douthltt refused to consent, offering
trust In this Territory might bo haul- to Allow the defendant to go ln the
ed up for embezzlement under tho pro- company of on officer. Tho court finally
secutlon's contention in this case," was al'Mvtd freedom till two o'clock this
ono of LIghtfoot's remarks. Ho de- afternoon.
clared in his former argument that Mrs. Marie Earete, widow of Manurl
Kellott had only dono what all trustees A. Borete, was the first witness oalled
did, in using the funds of tho Bareto by Douthltt this morning. She tes-
estate as he wanted to, and that there llflea that her husband left one child
was no law here to prevent It. The of Ikt own and five others. Sho hod
argument was on a motion to dismiss consented to Kellett's appointment as
on six grounds that tho court had no trvf teo, but had never consented to
Jurisdiction as there Is no such of- his using the money of the estate for
fense under the laws of Hawaii as his own purposes. o'fjf
embezzlement by a trustee; that nq County Sheriff Brown was called fo
demand was ever made upon Kellett testily to Kellett's alleged confession
for tho funds In question; that no per- tt tho police station. Magoon objected
son was entitled to make" suoh a de-
mand; that It had not been shown
thai Kollett had custody and control of
the property with the consent of the
heirs; that no proof of fraudulent ap-
proiirlatlon of the funds had been given
and that there hod been no proof that
the liarete, estate had any property.
Judgo Robinson's ruling was very
brief and sounded quite technical. He
the purchaser Is protected by
form of a coupon glven with
tho effect, that "MOttEYBAK"
in material -or dye. 'It '.further
for Honolulu Is authorized to
of "MONEYBAK" silk which
too heavy. but Is very rlch.ia
-jft. . .
, $1.15 per yd.'
1.35 " "
1.E0 ' '
Cor Fort and
Is of quite elaborate description. Now"
URGE THE PROPOSITION THAT
HAWAII AS EMBEZZLEMENT BY
TESTIFIES THAT KELLETT MADE
said that whllo Kellett as trustee was
to the testimony on tho ground-that it
had been given under a promise by
Brown that Kellett could go free If he
made a satisfactory explanation, but
the objection was overruiea. urown
said, that Kellett talked willingly,
though told that ho need not answer
questions. Magoon said that iveiiett
was not Incondltlon to protect his
rights at tho time om arrest, ana com
OPERATION TO CORRECT DE
PRBSSIONS IN SKULL AND
BRAIN TROUBLE SUCCKSSKUL..'
INDIANAPOLIS, July 159. The ' Ju
venile Court of this city, presided over
by Judgo Stubbs, Is making a radical
departure ln the matter of reforming
young criminals, and the results so
far have more than Justified tho meth
ods that have been emnloyed, Of
four boys who have been operated on
for the cure of criminal tendencies one
has gon back to bis old habits, and
both the Judge and the operating phy
sicians are convinced that the game
has been more than worth the candle.
In addition to the apparent reforma
tion of the three Incorrigible boys and
one confirmed thief, the parents of the
four have been relieved of a great bur
den and their homes made contented
'Several years ago Judge Stubbs and
Dr. John Kolmer, a well-known brain
specialist, were discussing- the cases
that come before the Juvenile Court.
This led to a suggestion as to the pos
sible lnnblllty on 'the part of some
children to control themselves, and
from the suggestion then made It was
determined to try experiments in cases
where the facts seemed to Justify them.
In all the cured oases there has berni
a depression ln the skull, which af
fected the brain. The surgical opera
tions also had to correct these diffi
culties. ROCKEFELLER IN
OIL KING'S BOOMLET GROWS AT
CLEVELAND AND BATTLE CRY
ADOPTED IS " 'RAH FOR ROCKY"
CLEVELAND, (O.), July 92. The
boomlet of John D. Rockefeller" for
Mayor of Cleveland on the Republican
ticket grew several Inches during the
night The plan to have the main
plank In the platform an agreement :
Rockefeller to pay all the taxes of
Cleveland strikes a popular chord, and
Mayor Johnson Is aghast. Rockefeller
la hesitating over one thing only. He
hears that torchlight processions will
wind up at his home and his enthusi
astlc henchmen will trample down his
flower beds around the front stoop.
Already a battle cry has been adopt
ed, and "Rah for Rock!" Is heard on
all sides. It has been suggested thit
If Rockefeller runs he should make
the canvass on an economical business
man's platform. He Is being advised
also to say some cutting things about
the advisability of the Mayor of Cleva
land "staying home twd minding his
own municipal business and letting
other cities run their own."
A large delegation of .prominent citi
zens called upon Rockefeller to-day.
The delegation told Rockefeller of his
long life among them and how es
teemed he Is, after which the mayor
alty business came on. They told him
he was the only man In Cleveland who
would dare to run against Johnson
and bo In the race at the finish. Rocke
feller blushed to the top of his hairless
head and made an appropriate reply.
A PARISIAN .MAGNATE FAILS FOR
THREE MILLIONS AND CARRIES
DOWN TWO BROKERS' FIRMS.
PARIS, July 31. A panic was caused
on the Bourse today by the announce
ment that Jules Jaluzot had failed to
meet his engagements ln the sugar
market. His liabilities amounted to
about $3,000,000, and two loading firms
of sugar brokers have been compelled
to suspend payment owing to Jaluzot's
Jaluzot Is a member of the Chamber
of Deputies. He was the founder of
Magaslns Du Prlntemps, and Is ,the
managing director qt tho company
which owns a great dry goods estab
lishment the angle of tho Boulevard
Haussmann nnd the Rue du Harve.
Some years ago Jcluzot undertook
tho control of the sugar works at
Orlgny, Sainto Benolte and La Brette,
and speedily became prominent In the
According-1 - eome financial author
ities, tho groat slump in sugar Is the
outcome of a battle between Jaluzot
and tho "bears," the latter forcing
down prices Jn splto of the spring In
dications that this year's beet crop
will bo comparatively light.
pared the question of him to the French
"sweat box" system.
Sheriff Brown testified that Kellett
had admitted that ho used the missing
money for his own purposes. He had
lost It ln opium deals. Kellett said
that he had lost a lot of his own
money ln an opium speculation' and
had then drawn upon the Barette es
tate funds for $1,500, which . he had
put In tho same business. In tho hope
of evening up. Ho had lost ogolp, but
Intended to moke tho trust funds good
Kellett admitted that the taxes of
$824.40, entered In his account as paid,
were unpaid, and that the bank balance
was only $3, Instead of about $2,000 as
It apparently should have been.
No defense was offered, aside from
tho legal argumont. Judge Robinson
ruled that there was probable cnuso
thut a Jury would find tho defendant
guilty, and ordered him held.
(Continued from page ons.
lino lnsta,d of kerocene, whereupon
DSUge again ordored him to obtain
kerosene. Again the Japanoso brought
P ... . ,, ,,. 1 ' . ' "No, I have not yet fin ?hod my ex
ho did not want gasoline, nrtd gave the I i ,.,.. .t. ... .. n .i
Jap a shove splashing some of the
gasoline on the Jap. Douse then np- I
plleoa- match 'to the gasoline, and In
ft moment the llames were high with
tho Jap In the midst of It. Several
Japs nonr by hurried to the assistance
of the man ln flames, and after a short
"""" in uAiiiiguiniiiiig ii, uui
uui uiiiu auer inu imin nuu sunereu
considerably. He was removed Im
mediately to Puuneno Hospital for
treatment, but succumbed to his in
juries last night. Another rumor has
It that the Japanese brought a can of
gusoiine io uouse anu a maicn was ap-
piled to tne SUbStailCC by Douse. The
Jap not knowing that gasoline was so
iiiimmiiiuuiu urougni ine can closer f
to himself and the fire caught on to
his clothes which were somewhat sat- i
urated with gasoline. Douse was ar- t
rested on last Sunday night, but upon
lurnisning casn uan m the sum or $suo ed 22 days,
was released. The charge lodged at ' The Treasurer was asked this morn
that time against him was monslaught- ing by The Star If 'It was correct that
er with "attempt to commit murder,
but now that tho Jap Is dead, It Is "Are you the Grand Jury?" he asked,
feared that a more serious charge will In receipt of a reply which was por
be preferred. It Is reported today that force In the negative, the Treasurer
the cash ball has been returned and stated that ho had handed over tha
that Douse has been taken In custody. Vhole matter to the Board of Super
According to the story of friends of vlsorswho had appointed a committee
the Japanese, It is claimed that Douso to look Into It. 'He had nothing more
attempted several times to take tho , to do with the matter,
life of this man, but among those who , "Then the statement that you have
know Douse very well ,no credence Is such evidence la Incorrect?" he was
given to' tiils rumor. It is also said asked.
that at the time the deed occurred, I "I am not talking for publication,
.there were four or five Japanese around . he replied.
the mill who saw It, and who in all "Did you authorize the statement ln
probability will testify for the prose- , the Advertiser to the effect that you
cutlon. Douse has always been highly had the evidence referred to?"
respected by those who know him, and Again came the reply that he was
he stood high In the esteem of his em-,110' talking for publication,
ployers. He has always enjoyed the I It Wfls pointed out .to ihe Treasurer
reputation of being a good citizen, and tnat "e had either told the Advertiser
being a man of family, none of his that he had the evidence; had allowed
friends believe that he committed this tne Advertiser to go through his papers
net with any malice or premeditation. an(1 fln1 the evidence; or else that the
J. L. Coke has been retained to defend Advertiser was making a mls-staU-
Douse, nnd it Is likely that County At- . m,e,nt
torney Case will conduct the prosecu- I 1 a
tlon. Another report has It that At- .a'n said the Treasurer.
torney Vivas has been retained by' . ?m, nof,B t0 bu" to thls
friends of tho Japanese to assist In trouble,' sld Treasurer Trent, appnr
the prosecution of the charges against en , Publication when the
Douse, nnd that they will raise tho "ubject of the evidence wn not under
' ,., , , , . .. d scuss on, "the supervisors have to
necessary money with which to pay . , ,, T' ,,
. , , ex. ,L i l deal with It and I have other con-
hls fee. Sheriff SafTrey who was at eerns
Lahalna, was communicated with early i
this morning and Informed of the
death of the Japanese at Puuneno
Hospital. Ho arr'ved at Walluku a
little before noon, nnd Immediately
summoned a Coroner's Jury to inves
tigate the matter. The Jury left ln
a wagonette for Puuneno, and It now
remnlns with tho verdict of the Jury,
as to whut the charge to be preferred
against Douse will be.
VISIT MADE THERE YESTERDAY
BY MEMBERS OF THE HISTORI-
CAL SOCIETY AND OTHERS.
A very agreeable trip was made yes-
terday to Wnlmea by a company of
gentlemen for the purpose of examining
a Eomowhat dilapidated hclau. The
locality is some sixty miles down the
Oahu Railway and over four miles be-
yond tho Halelwa Hotel. The party
was conducted by Fred C. Smith of the
railway and E. M. Boyd of tho Promo-
tlon Committee, on a special train con-
slstlng of un engine and one car which
sped swiftly down tho track ln nd-
vance of the regular morning train.
The others of tho company wero seven
members of the Historical society,
Messrs. W. W .Hall, N. B. Emerson,
S. E. Bishop, W. A. Bryan, T. G. Thrum
F. S. Dodge and President Griffith, with
represent! lives of tho newspapers. Tho
object of tho '-Islt was to consider plans
for the restoration of the old heathen
Tho weather was tho fnest possible
THE ANCIENT HEIAU
for tho trip. A deluging rain had largest ono remaining undomollshed on
fallen during tho night, raising the this Island, nnd certainly tho largest
streams Into flood, but not disturbing J ono easily nccosstblo to visitors. A
the track. It was cloudy and threat- . much larger and moro complete Helau
filing, but no rain fell, giving us un- at Kamollllll ln the city limits was en
broken shade and coolness. We were . tlrely removed about twenty years ago
first t"ken to tho brldgo over the I nnd passed through a crusher for street
stt-eam In the "Walmoa Valley, where a
turbid Hood was pouring Into the sea,
having broken through tho usual heavy
sand bunk and rolling tho ocean far
out. "We then ran baK a quurter mile
to a point abreast of the Helau which
looked too much lko an old cattle pen
ordinarily to attract attention. It lies
along the base of the long bluff, about
500 feet Inland from tho track, and 75
feet above the sea. Loavlng our car,
wo tolled through mud and bushes
across w're and stone fences to the
Tho front of tho Helau is a straight
wall lying parallel with the bluff and
the shore )lne, thnt Is, due northeast
and Southwest. This wall moasures
202 feet In length, and seems to have
been originally about ten feet high,
nnd perhaps five In thickness. Two
separate areas aro enclosed behind It,
tho northeast one being 112 by 92 feet
tho southwest ono 150 by 110, tho united
enclosure; thus embracing about four
sevenths of an acre. A peculiar feature
common to both these nreas Is the
terracing of their front sections by a
filling In with loose stores making a
fnlrly level but vory rugged surface.
A second and higher torrnco appears In
tho roar of the lager division. On tho
mnln tornce of this part near the south
west ond ore remains ot a nurnber of
short wnllr forming apparently smoll
enclosures tho purpose of which was
AND THE PAYROLL
TltWABUltlCll WILL NOT
WHBT.HUR HIS HAS ANY
DHNCE OR NOT.
I.. fM ' ' , '
..hl T ' lu .., VBrv Bhnr,lv
have my report prepared
He was asked the result of his 'n
vestlgattons so far.
"There Is nothing to say yet," ho an
swered. "Some people seem to think
tnat t ,B my obJect t0 geek to bl(lt)k
list somebody, but that Is not It at all.
I want to see If certain things were
done ln a certain way, and if so, why.
I know of nothing which nwy not be
open to an explanation."
Says the Advertiser this morning:
Evidence in the hands of County
Troamirnr Trent vfoh la nf nnilrsiv At
the disposal of the Grand Jury, shows
that Keanu worked but 15 day."
The statement Is made In connection
with the charge that the man named
Keanu, was credited wrongfully on the
garbage pay-rolls with having work-
he hod such evidence.
am not talking for publication,"
JULIA DEAN IN
PLAYS ROLE OF NANCE OLDEN
IN "THE BISHOP'S CARRIAGE,"
WHICH SCORES A SUCCESS.
HARTFORD, (Conn.?, July 31. Pos
sessing all the elements of a genuine
and emphaclc dramatic success and
nltfan n-i onfftiialri'aMj-t rro rt trtrt Viv Vlrt
audience that filled Parsons' Theater,
the play based on the novel, "In the
Bishop's Carriage," had its premier
here tonleht. The work s clever v
constructeBu and has Intense climaxes
.and sufficient humor.
I The role of Nance Olden was played
by Miss Julia Dean, whose conception
of the part was admirable She scored
a sim.-Ll success In the n.irt Thoia
' who have followed the career of Miss
Dean and who witnessed her perform -
' ance tonight believe she will make a
very favorable Impression on New
' York audiences. Members of the sup -
porting comnanv Include Edmund
( Breese, John Westley, John Flnla,
Helen Ware and Clarence Handysldo.
' curtain calls were demanded at the
J end of each net.
not clear, but may have been connected
with tho forms of Idol worship and
sacrifices offered. Such sacrifices arc
known to' have been those of human
bodies and of swine both of which wero
baked In ovens and then exposed be-
fbre the Idols.
Tho name of this Helau was learned
to be Kupopolo. It Is not a templo of
tho first class, although probably the
metal. It Is probablo that Kupopolo
will bo preserved and repaired as a
memento of past days, and will form
nn object of attraction to Walalua
guests. About twenty of tho hotel
guests drove out and Joined us on the.
helau. A vory moderate expenso would
serve to repair tho dilapidated walls
and replace them ln their original con
dition. Probably something more
should be dono by rebuilding the walls
ln a solid mannor. Tho Hawallans did
not know how properly to lay up a
wall, not having large animals to keep
out of enclosures, nor frost to throw
down a loosely laid wall.
Tho neighboring volley of Walmea Is
of great Interest In Itself, and his
torically, having been tho scene on
May 7, 1792 of tho unprovoked and
savago slaughter of Lieutenant Her-
gest and Astronomer Gooch of Van
couver's stroe ship Daedalus, which had
landed a boat for water. Such ac
tions wero exceptional on tho part of
the usually gentle and kindly Hawal
Having completed our errand, our
kindly entertainers conducted our party
to tho comforts of tho luxurious Ha
lelwa Hotel, where wo lunohed sump'
tuously and returnod to town reaching
the railroad station about 4:40 p. m
after a delightful and prosperous out
S. E. B.
WHY NOT RENT A
SAFE DEPOSIT BOX
In a modern steel vault
and feel that your valu
ables are secure?
FIVE DOLLARS a
year pays for one. Call
and sec us about It.
The Halelwa Hotel, Honolulu's It-
mous country resort, on tho line of li
Oahu Railway, contains every modxai
improvement and affords its guests ta
opportunity to enjoy all amusement-
golf, tennis, billiards, fresh and taUt
water bathing, shooting, fishing, rldlnal
and driving. Tickets, Including rail
way fare and one full day's room oaS
board, are sold at the Honolulu Statfaal
and .Trent & Company for $5. For J
parture of trains, consult time table.
On Sundays, the Haleiwa Limited, d
two hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. ta.3
returning, arrives ln Honolulu at Ul
Star "Want ads Day at once.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Tho annual meeting of the HonoluhC
Chamber of Commerce will be held afi
Its room (Stangenwnld Building) esa
Wednesday, August 10, 1905, at 10:3P
o'clock a. m. .".fr.HQI
Election of officers and trustees.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER, f
Honolulu, August 0, 1905.
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
Tho stockboods of the Oahu Sugar,
Co., Ltd., will be closed for transfer
from August 11th, to August ISthv,
both dates Inclusive.
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd. 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THJ3
First Circuit, Territory of HawalL
At Chambers. In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Thorn
Chrlstley, Deceased, Testate.
j Order of Notice for Hearing Petit!
" """" .'"'.H ' ... .
Chrlstley. deceased, having on the Jrfl
itnw tt Air.i,Dt A Tl lOAC Kaam .
i J. , . ,, .
, tene,d .t0 saId Probate Court, and a
Petition for the Probate thereof,
ifor the Issuance of Letters Testament-
' nry to Richard H. Trent having beem
I nled by nlm sa'11 Richard H. Trent .
1 11 13 "ereDy uruereu, 'mat -Monday,. .
I the H"1 dnir ot September, A. D. 1X&
nt Honolulu, Oahu, be and the same
ihereby Ia appointed the time nnd pla
irr Proving said Will and hearing Raid
I t Is Further Ordered, That notice
(thereof be gven) by publication, once x
I week, for three successive weeks. Is
, the Hawaiian Star, a newspaper pub-
1 HsHed ln Honolulu, the last publication
, to ne not less man ten tiays previous t
tho time therein appointed for hearlnK.
Dated at Hono'ulu, Oahu, August i,
W. J. ROBINSON,
Third Judge Circuit Court, First Cir
cuit. E. M. WATSON,
Attorney for petitioner.
4ts Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24.
B Y AUTHORITY .
Notice Is herebv given" that the fol
lowing registered Treasury Warrant
will be paid at the Treasury upon pre
sentation. Registered Numbers 9C0t t
(Signed) A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Auguil
Variety of Vaudevllo Acts. l
Admission to Grounds and Theatre,
Reserved Seats, 10 Uxtra.
Telophono Ma'n 3C1, Territorial Mes
senger Service for reserved poats.
They will bo left at tho Zoo for you.
Fine Job Printing, Stnr Office.