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" "" ' . fTT'"" " i-rT1! jMapr-w-r-,. -?$"- ItfWK. ' .. . ..... vr i iT.-i' r iij. tk;1 S3&&fc& ADVERTISE IN A SENSIBLE, BUSINESS-LIKE WAY I Steamer Tabic ' From 8. F. fc ft Ventura May 28 V 1 Peru '. May 21 re i p THE OE8T WAY VI Vening Bulletin i s; to got? llieTTpper hand ol a l K J K For 8. F. ft (j competitor Is Ty "(lie employ' ,- . Mill I "v, ii( America aiaru . ...May v a ' WLUltf . j. Alameda May 21 flj yl ; ment of more and better ad- rt ) C k v i. 'vi For victoria. ;: fc' i attTE l ' Aorangl . , Juno 4 A mit i V From Victoria. ffl V 4JinritfV I Mlowcra ' ,une 7 ft Vol. XI. No. 2 150 (' vertlslng. Tlio Advisor. JJ & I" THAT IS ADVERTISE IIS THE EVEININQ BULLETIN HONOIiITI.il. TKKHITQHV OF HAWAII. HATH HI) AY. MAY 17, li)02 Pkioi: 5 Obnt T, McCANTS STEWART RESIGN! U FROM MEMBERSHIP - V' IN THE REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE WM pw pmi in ww .wwhMWM , a;; &:nmm n ,l iiiiiiiH iiBiiHliV?fV-' Vi ';av'. VsiiHwliB MRS. M. E. OLMSTEAD. One of (ho most popular nnd charming ladles of the congressional circle In Washington Is Mrs. M. E. Olmstcad, wife of Rcprcscntntlvo Olmstcad of Pennsylvania. Sho Is one of the leading spirits In tho Theater club. ii mm in POLICE ANSWER FROM ALL OYER TUE CITY Sheriff Satisfied With List Night's Showing-Only 15 Men Absent at Roll Call-Did Not. Hear Whistle. High Sheriff A. M. Drown showed , that he was, as Hamlet says, to the I wind. The discipline and quiet demean "manner born," by bis action last night or of the men throughout the assembly In ringing a riot call and thereby test- ing the availability and effectiveness ' of the forces under his control when- ever It may happen that tho Interests of the peaceful residents of Honolulu should be threatened. Without any previous warning to the captains of the police department, or . td the rank and (He of the flro depart-' njont, a riot alarm was turned In from the sheriff's offlce, nt 10:30 p. m., ,whlch alarm convoyed notice to nil members of tho force, foot and mount ed, to centralize at headquarters. The firemen were at a loss to know uhat the alarm was but they were all In their places and Chief Thurston was also on the scene. At the police station, wlieie Sheriff Brown and Deputy Sheriff Chilling- I worth were present, all wns peaceful business. I am ory well satlsncci wun and quiet until the riot call was blown ' last night's turnout It shows con by tho fire whistle. Then there was a cluslvcly that my men are alwayB on gathering of the force. Those who ar- rived first were given their Instruc tions and covered their local beats but these, were not the ones most disturb ed. Tho men of the force living In Ka- Ifll 1aa m Has nti'Ai nnil A line a n t other noln. such J Knvnnkn nd Walklkl. more miles away, were tho'dsco In tho Alameda yesterday nfter- ones In sore tribulation. However, I they responded nobly to the riot call. Captain Lesllo of the Mounted Patrol " ""'" "' "u" ul luw ",l" and the watch off retlied at 9 o'clock. ., . . , . .L . ... . ,,' He was fearful of the return that would be made on such unexpected notice but his men made good return, one of his force reporting so quickly that Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth was forced to test the conditions of the horso ridden and whose palpitating sides gave tan gible proof that the animal had been ridden fast. The foot police came pouring In from all directions, all Ignorant of tho PHOTOGRAPHS THAT ARE PHOTOGRAPHS Our methods are strictly up to date aniTwo use only to best materials. Reception room al ways open lo callers. You and your friends nre welcome. Rice & Perkins, PHOTOGRAPHER8. Oregon Dlock, cor. Hotel and Union 8ts. Entrance on Union. reason why, yet expressing In their demeanor a determination to attend to police business. .All was bustle at the police station for n quarter of an hour. Sheriff Ilrown alono smilingly took In the situation and so quietly that he permitted tho passage of a pet fox tor rler of one of tho police ollliers to fol low his master Into the station yard. Tho oillcors, on arrival, were check ed off by Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth nnrl nftnr tlmt Pnritnln Tlnhprt Parker placed them, fully equipped, In arma ment and ammunition, nnd, on order. Driver Blxby of the patrol wagon took details to three different points In town. After evolutions, the men re turned again to headquarters. Hundreds of people lined the streets In proximity to the police station, all of them wondering what was .In tho and tho obedience to orders, reflects creditably on tho chiefs of the depart- ment, their subordinate omccrs nnci the rank nnd flic, particularly when It la stated that to this Hrst riot call. BG out of tho 7(i men lesponded, three of the absent ones being on the sick list and one absent from tho city. The sixteen men who did not icspond last night all spent a few very uncom fortable few minutes with Sheriff Drown this morning. Invariably, It I was a case of not having heard the whistle. Mr. Hiown. In speaking of the call this morning, said 'It Is not probable that I will eer send In the riot call again for practice because the men all understand now Just what It means. The next time you hear the riot call. It will be for tho qui lvcf." nmi 11 mi Among the airlvnls from San Fran. noon was Col. Gilbert F. Little, who left for tho Mainland aBliort time ago on a v8t t0 his old home In Fcniisyl- vnnla. When seen by a Bulletin lo- . ... ,. . , ,,,, .,.,1 porter thin forenoon, Col. Little had 1. ... 7 lno ""lowing 10 say My trip from here to tho Mainland was uneventful. 1 went to my 'old homo In Elmnsburg, Pennsylvania, after an absence of about thlrfy-thrco years I found all my old chums and friends in tho graveyard. I went to Washington nnd there paid my respects to tho President of tho United States and Attorney Gen eral Knox. This was my tlrst meeting with tho Attorney General and I found him a most oxcollont ,gontlcman, In my Intercourse with tho President, thero was nothing whatever of a politi cal nature. Wo abstained absolutely from politics In any way, shapo or manner. "My trip to tho Mainland was per sonal, private ami' social and for icst and recreation. It had nothing wliaf- over to do with politics. My Icnvo of nbsenco docs not explio until ibo 27th Inst., but having become entirely lost ed and ready agan for work, I con cluded that I had better return home. I have learned to look upon Hawaii as my homo nnd I am glad to bo back to tho scenes of my labors and to rocefvo tho greetings of my friends and neigh bors. Willie Forrest appeared In tho Pollco Court this forenoon on tho chargo of 1 larceny In tho second degree. His case again went over until the 20th Inst., the pollco desiring more Information regarding It. I A son wns bom to the wlfo of II. T Wnlty last night. I The following letter was filed this morning with J. A. Kennedy, chairman of the Itepubllcan Territorial Commit tee: Honolulu, Hawaii, May 17, 1902. J A. Kennedy, Esq., Chairman, and the Members of the Hcpubllcan Territorial Central Committee Centlcmcn: Under the rules of the convention, you are authorized and cm- powered to fill all vncanclcs arising In In preparing for the 'primaries, and tho Integrity of tho party nnd Its nl'e your committee. From this, I conclude jthnt thero may be no doubt as to my glance to convention mandate, he frit that my resignation should he sent to determination not to bo a candidate nt'j,i9 duty performed. Air. Stewart is a you I tliu next Itepubllcan primaries, and as mll nmi earnest worl.er and his oner- The coming campaign will require to my withdrawal fiom politics for tho',.,.(,. ncllvlty will certainly be missed hard work from nil lieptiblicaiiM, cape- clallj from tlioir'whn shall ! charged with the management o the party. I am In favor of county and muntclral government. If I were to stay In your contained all he had to say on tho sub committee. I would favor making this' led. He hns mado up bis mlnil to re nn Issue at tho primaries, and plcils- (lire from active politics for the pros ing every candidate to Tote for It tore nominating lilm for tho l.eglsla - lure. This, together with campaign work, oooooo o o-ooooooooooo o o ooooo FREDERICK WARDE PRESIDING AT ELKS SOCIAL SESSION Frcdeilck Warde the actor, presided nt the social session of Honolulu Lodge of Elks last night, to tho Intense dc- light of members and guests. The hall was full to overflowing when F. M. Brooks, Exalted Huler. rapped for or- tnr nmi delivered a few wordi of wel- come, concluding with a graceful In- established thirty years agu by a mem- health while many distant brothers are traduction of the distinguished qbalr- ber of my company, Bro. Charles Did- languishing on beds of pain. It may bo man of tho evening. First there had die, who has since died. It was for 'that tonight. In tho far away Philip been an overture by tho Elks' orchestra the purposes of social Intercourse, pines, ns the hour of 11 strikes some led by Leon Tobrlner. charity, benevolence and brotherly poor sufferer may feel that all ocr Mr. Warde. besides his Introductory love. From the few members of thirty ' the country members of our order are address, delivered an eloquent speech .jears ago, mostly belonging to the dra-'thinking of him. Jeln with me. then. on tho regulation toast to absent broth ors when the gong sounded 11 o'clock. On taking the chair ho said he accept ed with feelings of plcusurc and ro sponslblllty tho honor confcned on could not have proceeded unless the iicrorc and attcr tins central imi in him. The Elks were a greg.u Ions body, fundamental principles were sound ,1110 session. Mr. Warde called off thti and did not like to herd by themseUes. , charity, benevolence, biotherly lovo program of t,ong and story, Interspers. Tho object of the, order was to promoto, and fidelity On such a foundation has ' Ing It with summons to member to ap good fellowship, sterling manhood and1 been raised that grout edlljcc that shcl- pear before tho chair to iccelvo sen good feeling among men, which was teis members of cery pi ofesslon and tencc of fines for fantastically conjured another phase of the Christian faith, icspectable calling a few months ago offenses. Judgo Gear wns nned $1 fot There were times when they felt Justl- I might have Included a President of putting tho Territory to the expenso lied In turning from the moro serious the 1'nlted States The gieal senators of enlarging tho chairs In the Judl duties of the order nnd Indulge In song do not think It beneath their dignity clary building. A. V. Gear pungled up and Jest. Any guest piesent who to attend to our principles or to Join for looking so much like bis In other aa would not be merry was not his ti lend, in our festivities Wc boast that upon to be mistaken for a lawjer. J. II. Their Exalted Huler and himself dc - sited that they should enjoy them- our countiy nio many members or our man. Allan iiiinn was nneci j ior nn selves, jet the chaliman ha,f certain order. Tho bar. medicine. Journalism. modesty In sitting besldo tho chair rights ami prlWleges which ho Intend- all have contributed men of mark. man. Harry Couzcns when arraigned in imhnlii tn the utmost of his abll- They have Joined our order for the said he would hold his peace and p.i lty. Once on u time the cieatures of tho'fiold and woods met to elect a king, and they were sorry for It after a while. riu. nnilierliiL' on th s occasion uoulil nnd that the Czai of Hussla as an auto- ing to Join tho Elks, crat was not a circumstance to tho simple at first, nur constitution and chairman of a social session of Elks, laws until wo enjoy the grand system of He bad the power to appoint omccrs to today. Prominent on tho altar Is thn carry out his behests. "1 shall appoint flag of our country. The order Is Dr. High as policeman," he concluded; unique In that no one can Join It with "I only hope he Is as broad as ho Is out pledging loyalty to that llag. Past long." When the officer designated Grand Exalted Huler Allen said at St. ....in l.ic nnno.imriio lm una command- Louis n few years ago that In case ol ed to Invest himself with the Insignia of his ofllce. when forthwith Dr. High put a helmet on his head and a stuffed club In his hand. On presenting him- self for orders he wns told he bore i striking resemblance to Charllo Chill- Ingworth." Ilrothers Corrern, Woodbrldge and llaitman wero next appointed n com- ,.. ..i i. r.,-,i, in millL'U UII ICIIC.-OHIIIl.-Uin. ...I. ..M. ....... ordering them on duty lemarkcd lm- presstvcly. "This Is a hot night." Tho Ing tho order taKes an oniigauon 10 unci imumiu u.u im-mui-ia ..- ...u.iy catercrs had scarcely got to work when protect, not only tho honor of his own slos extended to ilm since his arrival they were summoned Into the august mother, wife and sleter. but the honor Ho then recited a little story In rhymo presenco and lined $1 each for neglect- of those of every member of the order.) of a small boy who stowed away on a Ing the chair. W. P. Hoth was appoint-1 It was not all serious In the order , big English ship, ed treasurer to gather In the Ones, There Is n time to laugh, a time to 1 The lodge membeis nnd their guests Mr Wnide. when Secretary Conkllng sing, a tlmo for merry Jest and repai-, then Joined hands all nround nnd con had rung 11 o'clock upon the automatic tec. It Is a custom, however, to hold eluded the session to tho tuno of Auld gong, spoke.tq tho following effect with oooooo o o mil 1 pin It was a lino morning on tho Knplo lanl truck today. It was rather cool and a bit of gentle rain kept tho dust down. During tho morning most of tho horses took their turn of exerctso and several of them were worked out with a lilt of speed. Prlnco David was on tho track early In tho morning to seo Weller's work. Welter had a bit of exerclso early In tho motnlng nnd finally did n mile In l:47',i. Burns took Geneial Cioujo out for n mile and a quarter nnd ilnlliuityno took out Car ter II. HntrUcm Jr. for a slow gallop would Involve mo In a struggle for which I have neither time nor phyalral ' strength. I therefore" beroby absolute - ly resign ns member of tho Hcpubllcan Territorial Central Committee for tho Fifth HeprcscptatlVc Dlstvlct, Co take 81m.c that tlrac Mr Stewart has not effect on the 7th day of June, 1002; and attended any of the" committee meet I resign now so that m successor may i Bg nm it Is stated by his friends ibo deliberately chosen, nnd may assist j present. Very respectfully, , I T. M'CANTs S lEWAHT. Mr. Stewart when seen by a Hullo- tin reporter stated that his resignation be-jent. It Is understood from his friends 'that Mr. Stewart has had this move In I contemplation for somo time past, it was noted at tho Bcsslon of tho Itcpub fine elocution. You have heard the striking of tho hour on the dial. It Is a solemn moment with us. It Is a bctutlful ceremony of our order that at tho hour of eleven wo shall pauso In our pleasures and drluk, a toast to ' our absent brothers. This order was 1 matlc profession, has sprung this 1 mini.... nw.lnn Hi.nilnlintll til., CtfltfW and Territories numbering 150,000 good I and true men. Such a development the bench administering the laws of purpose of practicing our principles. 1 enturo to s.iy.that there Is not a lodge In the countiy which has not on Its , waiting Hat ninny notauio men wnui- war It would bo Impossible for onu member of tho order. Of the principles of tho order charity, justice nnu uro- therly love we are told by St. Paul that charity Is tho foundation stono ot tho Christian religion. Charity Is not 'the mere fact of giving to tho poor, but Includes tho still gteatcr practice. of overlooking tho faults and weak- .,nUUu nf niiw.ro niilvnlrv Is ono of ..vmuvo w. ....-. -- our distinctive nlms, Ecryono ojln - annual memorial Bervlces they wero and a run at a two-minute gait. Burns rode Socialist a mllo In 1:12 Hat. Of the pacers, Waldo J. mnde the mile In 2:13Vi, Edna O. In 2:1514 and Trump In 2:14',$. Sunday morning Is thc tlmo when tho horses nro worked out moio than any day of tho week and thero Is al ways a crowd out to seo the blooded animals nt their work. Undoubtedly, the attendance nt tho track tomorrow morning will bo very largo. Cairo, Egypt, May 3. Fifty persons have peilBhed In n flro nt Mount Gamtl, n Inn... .... Clin flt'llt ll.inlf flf tllO Dll- mlettn branch of tho Nllo. The Dames were started by tho intensely hot weather prevailing. Thousands of na- (Ivu residences and 200 stores wcio de strojed, llcnn Territorial Committee when -the primary laws were under discussion. - "r - d"-- '" "" """"" """'' ing almost Immediately following the ulniuit unanimous endorsement of the louiiuuioii .ir. DH'WUIT llllll UUIUI. thnt having donolilii part In preserving In the fall campaign. Chairman Kennedy stated that he regretted Mr Stewart'-, withdrawal very much, but was satisfied that It wa Impossible lo secure a reconsider ation of the move. Tho statement hait been inadu that other withdrawals from tho committee, nro expected. From what authorita tive source this rumor originates has vet to become known. formerly called lodges of sonow but th.it was a misnomer. At oery social session we pauso at 11 o'clock and drink a toast to our absent brothers This Is not merely raising the glass to our lips. It Is a message of love to our nbscnt brothers. We arc hero In and send n messago or urotneriy iovci In fill fll,Kf.nt 1irntllfla "Aul Ijing Syne" was sung to thel toast. , Usher was too modest for a real estate 1 his line. "You cannot pay your fine , and hold your piece." Instantly ntoited , the autocrat, and tho house roaicd for a niinuie Thc contributors to tho program In cluded tho Dillingham sextet. William Derrick on guitar. Sonny Cunba 011 piano accompanied by E. -SI. Boyd cm tho tongue. Chas. D. Herman ol Warde's company with "Barbara Frclt chle" and nn cncoie piece, A. E. Mur phy, tho Kawaihau club, Mr. Hcrzcr with "Holy City" In a rich barltono en- coied and KonUkal and D. Nape with piano. air. varuo icu uiu nwi 01 .. ...... , Into the assembly at 11.10, when tho bulk of the gathering dispersed, I The musical program closed Willi 'two lino songs by Guy Livingstone. well rendered and enthusiastically re- ceUcd. Heforo tho session was closed tho chairman In a few fitting words ( ,. .... . . I. , complimented the lodge on Its success Lang Syne. o o okoo RUBBISH PILf WAS IIS FIRST case of Inhuman desertion a newborn child has Just of como to light, although It was Bomo hoven months ngo that tho event hap pened which Is calling forth tho com ment now being Indulged In on the directs of tho city. At tho tlmo mentioned, a native wo- man. Malkal by name, attended service at tho Catholic Cathedral early In the moinlng. As thero weio no cars tun plug, she walked out to her dcstlna . tlcin on the I'IuIiik which was tho homo MISS ALICE HAY. WHO IS TO WED. MIsm Alice Huy. the second clnughter of Secretary of Stale Hay, Is to follow the crumple of her sister Helen and become a lnide. Tho engage ment of Ml Alice to Mr. James Wndsworth, Jr.. lias been announced. It Is understood Hint Mlsi Hay's marriage to Mr. Wndsworth will, Uko that of her sifter, take place at the Church of the Covenant nnd thnt there will be a terse wedding party at tho liny resld'nce on Ijifnjette square. of .1 sick friend. T nr'f IJJ The way to the friend's house led past the Maklki recreation grounds. The sun was Just beginning to ilse In the east and objects could be easily seen. As Malknl was walking past the grounds, she saw a pile of rubbish and was under the Impiesslon that some thing In the center of It stirred. She rubbed her eyes nnd looked again. Then- was another movement, accom panied b) a faint cry that seemed to be that of a liumau being. The old lady stepped lo the rubbish pile, swept awny the top pull and there found .1 new born linbo that had evi dently been thrust there by some port-on In a great hurry and with the in tention of smothering the poor thing to death. The woman Immediately lifted the little form and wrapping It tn her shawl, started toward town again. The first thing sho thought of wan the. others, L. L. McCandloss and Cecil Catholic church and. thither she, re-jiirown. answering, agree that tho palied: OnCe there, she told her story pnmMt nl King and Hotel streeta to the priests. The little child was partition and should bathed and clothed and there In the I. ... . . ' ... church In tho Airly morning, It waa ut' 8olu for thc beneflt of nl concern baptized "Eleanor." Father Clement ed. while the premises at Kalla, Wat being tho officiant. Tho native no- klkl, being capable of subdivision, may man snld she was willing to tako the and ought to be partitioned between little thing home with her nnd now tin t10 rsi,tful parties. Mr. Brown prays. T7' T''8 ,ld,.M,l ?'1".,J lSan r8'-!rthcr. that out of the proceeds of dent of the Kalihl Detention Camp , , . ,, .,. , , , where Malkal makca her home. nn Ra, hc bo l",w 1B0 nni1 lntcrcat Followlngjs a statement made by tho on n certain mortgage, woman, who Is seventy years of age Judge Gear has appointed Mnnuaht and whose husband Is a paralytic. Sho administrator of thc estate of Plla Ma lms further stated that tho date of tho'uanl under $1000 bond. In tlio samo aonnioneu cnuu s discovery, nence 01 iiB diiiu, was .Nuvcmoer iz, ivi Statement of Malkal Pake Is my husband. I left home ono Tuesday morning for upper Ma klki nnd when I got near tho old base ball grounds I beard n noise In a rub blsh pllo and on Investigation I found to my surprlso 11 girl child In a gun- ny back. 1 opened the sack ami took tho child out and went from there to the Catholic Mission nnd had the child christened and named Elenn. That wns about 7 a. m. 1 took thc child nnd rnred for It tho child Is near Bevon months old. I and my husband nre quite old. When I found tho child It w-as not cleared I cleaned It myself, tho 1 jiiiii in mniin nt'ii. S. S. Alameda. May 21. next cxprcsB to Coast. Express closes 10 a. in. day of sailing, Wells, Fargo & Go, Express! TEL. MAIN 199. Masonic Temple, with Amerlcin Messenger Hervice. 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JllJgo Uo,nBnn trk.(1 Ah Wo nnd N1. . . . , .. . ,c . , 8l',)nm" fn'-wW"' "rst de- Ktvv- Assistant Attorney General L. A. Douthltt prosecuted; J. I.lghtroot nppenred for Ah Wo. nimH. V. Chilling- worth for Nishlyama. Tho following wnB ilc jury. Who found both defend- ,g Klllty charR0,,: A. D. jArn. i noli, Chas. L. Dlckerson, C, K. Qulnn, H. W. Houghtalllng, James Blcknell, D. Tlmmons. J. W. Akana. F. P. Mclntyre, W. II. Babbitt, Jos. nich nrds, John A. Lcgros and Henry Zer be. Sentence will be pronounced Mon- lay morning. Judge Robinson granted a divorce (Continued on pngo S.) "i i ir '": ..aur .