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STAR
Business Office
SECOND
EDITION
HE HAWAIIAN STAR
The Star Prints More Local News Than Any Other Paper In This City
VOL. XV.
HONOLULU, HAWAII FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1907.
No. 4743
T
BONAPARTE 0N JHE
HE DECLARES THE AFPAIU HAS
CONVINCED THAT REPORT
JAPANESE REPRESENT ATI V
OF THE MAT,TER.
WASHINGTON, May 28 At the cab
inet meeting today Attorney General
Bonaparto laid before the President
and Secretary Root the report of Dis
trict Attorney Devlin of San Francisco
upon the alleged assault on Japanese
residents of that city. The report, Mr.
Bonaparto Bays, shows that the iirst
stories of the alleged assault were ex
aggerated and that the difficulty ap
peared to be a lack of ponce protection
on account of the strike.
Secretary Root today received the
following telegram from Governor Gll
lejt relative to the attack on Japanese
In San Francisco last Tuesday:
"SAN J? RANCISCO, May 28. Your
telegram of May 25th concerning as
sault made upon Japanese received.
Will call attention of Chief of Police
of San Francisco at once to your mes
sage and request him to use every ef
fort to protect their people. Thin
the assaults were due largely to un
certain conditions existing in San
Francisco by reason of the labor trou
ble. J. N. GILLETT."
The State Department has taken no
further action in the matter as yet,
but undoubtedly will communicate
Governor Gillett's telegram to the Jap
anese embassy.
United States Attorney Devlin con
tinued his Investigation yesterday in
to the riot which resulted in the des
truction of the Japanese restaurant at
1213 Folsom street a week ago. Sev
eral Japanese gave statements which
will be forwarded to Washington.
by Assistant Attorney Black. Their
'' evidence was to the effect that the
place had been boycotted because it
was a nonunion restaurant. On the
.ay of the fracas, while the white men
were quarreling, one of the Japanese.
: presumably the cook, threw a knife
which went through the window.
A crowd of about 300 soon collected
invitation was accepted and the crowd
started to hurl stones and bricks into
the building. They broke everything
in the house, and the Japanese lied
through the rear door.
The crowd then turned its attention
to the bathhouse opposite, but before
much damage was done the police ar
rived and dispersed the crowd,
in front of the building. One of the
men In the crowd shouted: "Those fel
lows seem to want to have their' win
dows broken. Let us help them." The
WHITE MEN'S ROW ORIGIN.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 28. The
demolition of the "Horseshoe Restau
rant" at 1213 Folsom street last week
following a fight between several white
men, is the cause of diplomatic corres
pondence between the representatives
of the Japanese Government and the
State Department. The acting Jap
anese Consul, K. Matsubara, at this
port, and his secretary, D. S. Richard
son, formerly of the local postofflce,
complained that the restaurant and a
bathhouse opposite had been demol
ish by San Francisco hoodlums.
They claimed that it was clearly a case
of race prejudice.
The restaurant Is kept by G. K.
Armo. On the day of tho riot two
union . lathers entered the restaurant
You can't go out In the garden and
pick posies. You've got to stay right
there and watch those grains of sand
fall.
No moro can you manage an estato
properly if you have a lot of other
business to attend to.
May wo manage your estato? This
is our BUSINESS.
Hawaiian Trust Co
0
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Foil Street
BOILING EGGS YOO'VE GOT
lOilllfiGlflSS
BEEN EXAGGERATED AND IS
WAS OVERDRAWN BUT THE
ES TAKE A DIFFERENT VIEW
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WASHINGTON, May 24. The
steps to obtain the details of at- S
tacks which the Embassy has
been informed have been made
on Japanese restaurant keepers
in San Francisco. The Ambas
sador has not received special In
structions to protect Japanese
.citizens in , this country, al
though such instructions are re
ported to have been cabled from
Tokio.
EJH52SESESESESH5HSESHSE5HSBSaSES
and seeing a teamster at ono of the
tables eating his dinner demanded ot
him that he remove his union button
while eating in a non-union restau
rant. He refused and a tight ensued.
Tables and chairs were overturned aud
the noise attracted a crowd.
The men fought roughly and were
soon in the street. The Japanese cook
rushed our with a large knife ana
the crowd, thinking that he was going
to take a hand in the fracas, com
menced throwing bricks and other
things as the cook.
The cook retreated and with ,tne
nroprintar-and-other Japanese .help eat
caped through the rear door. By this
time the front of the restaurant had
been demolished and nearly every
thing inside broken.
The crowd, largely composed of boys
then turned Its attention to a bath
house on the opposite side of the street
and commenced to throw rocks at
the windows. The police arrived and
stopped all further proceedings.
Before the police arrived one ot the
crowd remarked: "I gufess they want
their windows broken. We'd better
help tnem out'
They then destroyed the windows,
including the gaudily lettered invita
tion to the public to "Stop! Try our
wonder meals."
A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE.
The annual clearance sale of the
Sachs Dry Goods Co., which will short
ly be announced, will be the greatest
sale ever held in Honolulu; the entire
stock is to be offered at reductions
that will mean much to you; watch for
announcement.
SUMMER DIARRHOEA IN. CHIL
DREN. During the hot weather of the sum
mer months the first unnatural loose
ness of a child's bowels should have
immediate attention, so as to check tho
disease before it becomes serious. All
that is necessary is ai few doses of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlar
rhoea Remedy followed by a dose of
castor oil to cleanse the system. Sold
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for Hawaii.
Fine Job Printing, star Office.
IMMENSE NEW STOCK
IN ALL STYLES.
$4.50 4.00 $5.00
Ladies Sorosis Shoes
BLACK AND TAN,
TINTED CANVAS BALS.
83,50 S4.00 $5.00
Lf B? Kerr & Co,, fctd
AMtWh gTRSBT,
1
rer Shoes
GREAT TENOR TRIES SUICIDE
Archangelo Rossi ,the Italian tenor,
who broke down In New YorK last win
ter while engaged in "pon Pasquale
at the Metropolitan Opera House, hns
taken a terrible revenge on the tongue
which refused to respond to his de
mands. Feeling that he could never
sing again, Rossi took a pair of scissors
HIS WIFE KEPT PROMISE AND
GETS A MILLION, SO A DIS
PATCH SAYS.
LOS ANGELES, May 30. "I promis
ed my dying sister I would marry her
husband and become a mother to her
seven children. I have kept my prom
ise and never regretted it. For seven
teen years I have been a happy mother
to them."
These words were spoken by Mrs.
Maria K. Ena, who inherits a million
dollar estate in Honolulu and who ap
peared in the Probate Court yesterday
when the case to appoint an adminis
trator for the estate of her late hus
band, John Ena, at Long Beach was
heard.
Seventeen years ago a young Hono
lulu beauty and friend of Queen Llliu
okalanl was called to the side of her
dying sister, who was tho wife of John
Ena, president of the Inter-Island
Steamship Company.
"Promise that you will become my
husband's wife," said the mother, "and
say you will be my children's mother."
The young girl promised solemnly,
and five years after her sister's death
she had become the wife of her brother-in-law.
She was determined to make
him love her, and she succeeded.
Several years after their marrlago
they came, with their seven children,
to Southern California. Tho Hawaiian
millionaire bought land in this couity
and built a beautiful homo for his
family. Mr. Ena was nearly twenty
years older than his wife when ho died
last year. Ho left a largo ostate, and
according to tho will Mrs. Ena and
tho children will each havo a fortune
ot nearly J200.000 when tho estato in
Honolulu Is disposed of.
Yesterday Mrs. Ena applied to tho
Probate Court Judgo to appoint P. E.
Hatch of tho National Bank of Long
Boach administrator ot her late hus
band's estato nt Long Boacli, valued nt
$125,000,
BISCUITS OF FINE QUALITY,
K. Ynmnmoto, tlio wholosnlo mor
olmnt onTfntel atroet, is sole agent for
II10 "Jlftiixnl" hroml of hlamilta, tiih
lilaonlt In very miporlor lit quality nnd
It reoommoiulfMl very highly ns an nr
llolo Of illel, llllitf up Mulli 909,
AND CUTS OUT TONGUE
and cut oil the refractory member.
Ho was taken to a hospital in Milan,
Italy, In ai dying condition. Rossi re
ceived a bad fright at the time of the
San Francisco earthquake, he being
with the Metropolitan Opera Company
the.re at tho time, since when his mind
has jiot been normal.
JAPANESE HOTEL KEEPERS MAK
ING MUCH FROM IGNORANCE OF
LABORERS GOING TO COAST.
There Is great graft among the Jap
anese hotel keepers and steamship
agents are In a position to know the
facts although they are difficult to
prove.
Jap hotel keepers, making capital
of the thousands of Japanese anxious
to get away for the mainland, are do
ing a rushing business engaging pas
sage to Canadian ports for those want
ing to leave and are charging them as
much as ?45 per head for transporta
tion to the mainland when the cost ot
,a ticket is no more than
It can bo seen that where soveral
hundred want to take passage at once
the profit Is very considerable. In
addition to the graft on the ticket
price the hotel ,.eepers and agents
make other assessments that go Into
their pockets and come out ot the
pockets of the Japanese laborer who
is looking for golden opportunities on
the other shore.
Two hundred and fifty Japanese are
expected to leave here for Vancouver
in the French steamship Amiral Jaure-
gulberry, Captain Jouan, which ar
rived here from Japan on Wednesday.
Theo. H. Davles & Co. aro agents
1 for the Frenchman and they havo the
1 selling of the tickets.
In order to overcomo, If possible, tho
graft of the hotel lteopers on tho un
suspecting laborers, the steamship
agents have lately insisted on deliver
ing the tickets to Individual passen
gers and not in blocks to an agent.
Still it is possible for tho agent or
hotel keeper to get his graft for ho
I insists that unless the intondlng pas-
Isenger arranges with Him beforehand
, he cannot got passage and where hun
1 tlreds moro than can bo accommodated
aro applying for pnssago thoro Is am
ple opportunity for imposition on tho
Individual Intondlng passongor.
Evory effort will bo niado In tho enso
of tho Amlrnl Jnurogulfoorry to boo
tlint onoli mnn gets his ticket without
paying moro for It than the price
charged by the etonnmlilp agents.
-
The hest oup of Hawaiian Qoffue In
the olty. New mimlnnd llahaiy niul
Uftfo.
GRAFT
PETERS TO
WILL PROCEED TO WASHINGTON
TO FIGHT THE LAN A I APPEAL
MATTER QUESTION OF LAW.
Attorney General Peters is going to
get right after that Lanai appeal to the
United States Supreme Court. He
Stated tills morninc that he will tako
steps at once to go before the Wash
ington iriDunai anu move to nave tne
appeal dismissed. He has conferred
with Henry E. Cooper the attorney for
the Irwin and Charles Gay interests
in tho Lanal matter, and Cooner will
assist In the proceedings.
It is claimed in the writ of error se
cured yesterday from the Territorial
Supreme Court by L. L. McCandlesa,
that a Federal question is involved in
the matter. Poters takes the position
that there Is nothing of tho kind. As
cording to the writ the transfer of the
government's 47,600 acres of land on
Lanai for certain Oahu property, was
made under a law passed by the Ter
ritorial legislature, whereas the land
laws are controlled by the Congress
and can be changed only by Congress.
"The Organic Act provides," said
Attorney General Peters this morning
"that our land laws not in opposition
to tho provisions of the Organic Acs,
shall continue in force. Tho Organic
Act shall continue in force. Tho Or
ganic Act made no change in our sta
tutes affecting these exchanges of land,
nor has Congress made any change in
our laws on this subject. Therefore
there Is no Federal question whatever
involved In the matter. Furthermore
there cannot be any appeal taken to
Washington, for tho reason that 5,000
or more is not involved in the matter.
Tho transfer was of lands of a certain
value for lands ot equivalent value so
the appe.il can not be taken upon that
score.
"I exn3jl to CO tn Wnnlilnnnu no
3oon as DosWble and there move for a
dismissal of the appeal."
M ME
NO TROUBLE AT AIEA FOR 18
DAYS AND HEALTH SITUATION
IN HONOLULU GOOD.
President Pinkham of the Board ot
Health was back at his desk this
morning for the first time in three
days. He had Deen at his home rest
Ing from the effects of the recent
strain.
"The general health situation is well
under control," ho said, "and I reel
that the recent epidemic of sickness is
at an end. Certainly wo hope so. There
has not been a case at Aiea in 18 days
nor has there been any sickness of any
serious character in Honolulu In near
ly three weeks' time.
"There will be a meeting of tho
Board of Health about Wednesday
when I will present some matters of
Importance. I expect to bring up tho
question of tho boys' home on Hawaii,
the home for non-leprous boys of lep
rous parents. There aro about 68 such
boys at tho leper settlement and when
tho home will have been completed
they will be taken from the settlement
tp tho home."
President Pinkham lias not yet fin
ished tho details for the central wash
house which certain Chinese aro figur
ing upon erecting. Their action will
depend upon tho decision reached by
tho Board-of Health in the matter of
regulations and other details affecting
tho central laundry.
WITH OR WITH6UT.
Domestic or Imported beer served
with lunch or dinner at Scotty's Royal
Annex Cafe. If you prefer another
beverage, you can be supplied. Dine
with us and grow fat.
SENSIBLE.
It certainly Is to buy your winos,
and spirits nnd boor In bulk. And tho
largost and host stock Is kopt by tho
Crltorton Jobbing Department.
TUB DHMAND IS STEADY.
There In no dead or shopworn stock
nmoiiff the onmlltw or the Alexander
Young Cafe. The demand In (Heady,
nnd the factory Hiippllea It dally.
DelUJoiis piw nnd eaHei, candy frMh
eWY Slay. New UogliHld najiery,
COilTIS
CYCLONE'S DAMAGE
(Associated Press Cable to The' Star.)
BOMBAY, India, June 7. A cyclone has struck Kurachee. Many build
ings havo been destroyed and several vessels are ashore.
IRON MEN
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., June 7 The
work on Monday next.
TO DREDGE Oil!
TO BE DREDGED TO A DEPTH OF
25 FEET TO DOCK THE NEW
MAUNA KEA.
The public works department will
advertise tomorrow for bids to dredge
out harbor on the Walklkl side of the
new Bishop wharf. Tho idea is to have
this slip dredged to a depth of about
24 to 25 feet in order to accommodato
the new steamer Mauna Kea, of the
Inter-Island Company's fleet. It will
bo some m'ontlis before she is in com
mission here but, Superintendent Hol
lqway Intends to have the work done
promptly so as to be ready for the
docking of tho new vessel.
The Inter-Island Company has claim
ed that there was a big piece of coral
rock on that side of the new whart
and has insisted that It be removed be
fore they consent to accepting the
wharf for use of their steamers.
The Territory has a small dredger
but it Is dismantled so tho work will
be done by private parties.
CONTRACTS FOR TARO AND BEEF
SUPPLIES WILL BE FOR ONE OR
TWO YEARS.
The Board of Health Is making an
Important change in the details of bids
for furnishing various supplies. Here
tofore It has been the custom to ad
vertise for tenders of supplies on the
basis of six months, but after careful
consideration of tho situation Presi
dent Pinkham ot tho Board has de
cided to make a change In two details.
Bids for supplies, which are today
advertised for tho first time, provide
that tho bids for supplying beef and
paial shall be on the basis of one and
two years respectively. Formerly these
supplies would be for a six months
period. President Pinkham thinks that
the bidders will be in a better position
to form their estimates and to make
contracts for tho supplies of material
if they can figure on a longer period
than If they were held down to six
months' time.
Tho taro planters are not certain as
to how much land to plant to taro,
A MATTER OF HEALTH
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
AOrom of Tartar Powder
free from alum or prion
phatlq aeltl
H0Vi AAKiftQ pOWDM HIW VOBK.
BISHOP
SLIP
CHANGE plan
FORTEBDEBS
GO BACK
striking iron workers will return to
BREAKER
(Associated Press Cable to Tho Star.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Juno 7 Two
hundred moro car strike-breakers
havo arrived In this city.
AY THEY
PAID RUEF
(Associated Press Cablp to The Star.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Juno 7 The
French restaurant men are testifying
In tho trial of Abo Ruef, today, for ex
tortion. They testify that they paid
nlm for protection.
iTEAME
COLLIDE
(Associated Press Cable to Tho Star.)
HONGKONG, China, June rj. The
steamships Cholsing and Vcrono were
In collision today. The Cholsing was
sunk. The crew was rescued.
WINS OAK
(Associated Press Cablo to The Star.)
LONDON, England June 7. Glasa
Doll won the Oaks.
CRIME
REVEALED
(Associated Press Cable to Tho Star.)
BOISE, Idaho, June 7. The cross
examination ot Orchard reveals addi
tional crimes. Orchard Is testifying
In the trial of Haywood for tEe as
sassination ot Governor Steunenberg.
on a contract for a short period, but
with a two year contract they will bo
in a better and surer position. The
supplies are for the leper settlement.
Other articles are to be bid upon also.
Pine Job Printing. Star Office.
HO! THERE
Every woman should ston and con
sider where Bho can buy her footwear
advantageously.
HERE Wo havo Somothlnc Now.
A flno hand wolt oxford tto of Soft
Vlcl Kid, Plain too. Short Vnmn nnd
Cuban heel. Uluobor pattern. Just
tho shoo for walking. Price J. SO.
E CO
INI vm WUeot, PMnmia.M.
STRIKE
RS
GLASS DOLL

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