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Voii. XYIII No. 3358
A BULLETIN AD SECURES AND HOLDS THE ATTENTION OF BUYERS, OF GOODS
Evening Bulletin
4.
2:30 O'CLOCK causing people to notice is good business EDITION
SptOTE for !
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f THE EVENING. BULLETIN f
S S2000 PHIZE CONTEST.
fl SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1906, f
2 Thle vote flood for three wtelt I
from date. f
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12 PAGES HONOLULU. TKIUUTORT OP HAWAII. SATURDAY, AP11IL 14. 100C-12 PAGES
PllIOB 5 QlJNTfl
Explosion KiRsQun
Cotton Bros. Prepare
To Take
Appeal To Washington
ASK LINDSAY FOR STAY OF EXECUTION
Tl'P hard-fought lltlcatlon In (lie
null nf the Territory against Cotton
llrollin h. In which Iho Territory oris
lunlly secured a Judgment for 25,000,
got i fresh slnrt today, when the do
fendi'iits began to prepare the way for
an nppenl to thu United Status Su
preme Court from the recent decision
of the local Supreme Court whereby
Iho new tilal granted the defendant!)
Iiy Judge dear In his famous San Fran
lsc decision was overruled. The de
feiidimtM ntro got busy with n motion
for a stay of execution, whlirii tho
BtrrnuouH Attorney (Icnural In threat-
CtllUK.
This forenoon Attorney Oencral Po
tcrs was called before Chief Justice
Kie.ir and naked It he had any objec
tlons to having judgment entered nn
tho Supremo Court's decision of April
I). I'wfi, dismissing tho defendant's writ
of error. I'eters offered no objection
mid formal Judgment was accordingly
I'lllCICll.
The defendant then filed a motion
t., I. ..I... t I... I..-.. .....I !.. tl.....
uriim- .niuKt) l.llltinu), ubkiiik uiui. iiit-j . -
tie ullnweil to nmend their hill of ex-'
ceptleiiH for the purpose, among oth
ers, of conforming them to the ptesent
rule of the Supreme Court, and tu
tuaku I lie hill mora spccMc Tho de
fendants nho move tliPt execution bo
lnv. until the Until deilslon of tho
amended hIM of exceptions.
Tlie motion Is nccoinpunled by an nf
I1iln It by S. II. Derby, ouo of the ilo
fundnnl'H attorneys, who Rhnws that
the hill of exceptions was filed on
Juno S. 11)01, to preserve the defend
ant 'a rights In view .of tho objection
Iiy plaintiff regarding the defendant's
fnllui'u to file a bond on their motion
for n new trial. It was prepared hur
lledly mill of necessity left out the spe
cific I tilings except that regarding tho
vei.llit. It Is nlsu shown that tho do
femlantK did not further perfect their
hill owing to Judge Gear's daclslon nml
.liidgo l.ltidsa)'s order granting them
n new tilal.
Uctby then shows that these rulings
were leveiped on April 9. 1000, and
the pitijinFe of tho motion Is to put on
u more complete bill. The defendants
believe they have n right to go to tho
nupiemo Court of tho Territory on
tint bill referred to: tho perfecting of
tho bill Is not sought for delay, hut In
order to present the questions raised
thereby tu tho Supremo Court of the
Territory. It Is also shown that tho
defendant Intends to appeal to the
United States Supremo Court, and can
not do so until there Is a final Judg
ment on tho bill of exceptions, nml
that Attorney (lencral I'eters staled
Hint ho Intituled to take out execution
on tin; Judgment Irrespective of the
fact that the bill of exceptions was
still pending, and of tho fact that tho
defendants Intended to appeal to thu
United Staes Supreme Court. The de
fendants believe that a great Injustlco
would ho done If such execution were
talun out and that a stay of execution
Is absolutely necessary to preservo
their rights.
The hearing on the motion was set
for next Tuesday at 9 a. m.
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TODAY'S EYENTS
11 11
Mi
McKlnley's Wish That
Hawaiian Go To
Congress
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III Good Furniture I
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Largest Stock In the City '(j
from which to make selections, J'
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J. Hopp & Go.
V "Old Reliable Furniture House." j
V. YOUNG DUILDINQ.tj!
p. tu. Church Fair, Methodist par
xomige, Ilcrctaula street.
i p. in. Departure of yacht I.a I'alo
ma, repK'sentlng Hawaii In ocean
raco fiom old Klnau wharf,
2 p. m. Ifnwnllnn band plays at de
parture of Ui ruloiun,
7:3u p. m. Wm. .McKlnley Lodge, K.
of I.
7:30 p. m. Chinese HlmlcnU' Alllanco
meeting ut residence) of K. W.
Damon.
7:30 p. m. J.cl Aloha Chapter. No. J,
0. U. S., Initiation, Masonic Tem
ple. S p. m. (lospel Mission, l'ort street,
opposite Club Stables.
S n. m. Sahutlon Army, King nnd
Nuiiami streets.
S p. m. Y. II. C. A. basketball tour
nament In gymnasium; Diamond
Heads vs. Kamehameha Alumni
and Koko Heads vs. Klve O'clocks.
Skating rink, Queen street, open all
day. Hand nt tho rink this even
Ing.
faster concert by Hawaiian hand at
Capitol grounds at 3 p. m. tumor
low, and band and gleo club con'
certs nt Kalmiihl Zoo tomorrow
afternoon from 2 to B.
Tho 2u-m!iiuto schedule goes Into ef
fect on the Kalnuikl lino tomor
row.
i
PINKHAM REAPPOINTED
The commission of President Plnk
ham of tho Hoard of Health explrvd
today. Tho Acting (locrnor had Jir
pared a new two-year rommlRsluu fur
Plnkliam,
NED CRABBE WORKS FOR
FATHER FOR SHERIFF
DEPUTY KALAKIELA INDEPEND-
ENT OF BROWN WANT8 RE-
NOMINATION WIL80N
ON DELEGATE.
Speculation as to who will be put up
for candidate for Delegate to Congress
Is rife. The names of A. (1. M. Itobert
son and Prince Kuhlo are tho most
prominent. Tho Hawallans. Irrespect
ive of their party affiliations, seem tu
favor Kuhlo s renomlnatlon. It Is said
that Secretary Atklmou Is backing
Eric Knudsen,
C. II. Wilson stated this morning that
Kuhlo will bo the man. When asked
shout tho alleged promise that thu
'rlnco made to Robertson that ho
would withdraw this time to allow the
la'.tei a chance, he said that no such
promlso was made, "liven If It were
made," ho said, "It should not avail,
becauso Kuhto's services aro at the
mercy of the people and not within his
contiol,
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La Paloma
StarMor
Ocean Race
Of Big Battleship
BKiNWIS
The 1.1 Pnloma. with Captain Mac
farlane on board, sailed nt 2 oVIoek
this afternoon for ,Han I-'ranclsco.
There was n hlx crowd nt the dock and
n great send-off given Hawaii's rep
resentutho III the ocean yacht race.
When the yacht began to movo tk
spectatprs were overcome with the
sight, und let their enthusiasm break
forth. The sun shone war mand brltht
on the wnter, which was thronged tflth
Mysterious Disappear
ance Of Records Adds
To Expense
C.A.BROWN NEVER PAYS
UNREASONABLE BILLS
THE COST8 FOR 8IX DIFFERENT
TRIALS AQQREOATE TO MORE
THAN TWO THOUSAND
DOLLARS.
OFFICER KILLED IN
KEARSARGE TURRET
(Attoclnltd 'reft Kptclal Coltlt)
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 14 Lteutrnant John M, Hudglns and five
men were killed and one cifierr and a number of men Injured In an explosion
that took place today In the forward gun turret of the battleship Keartarge.
The men were at target practise when the accident happened.
a great number of small craft tharwasj Tho bills of costs, which have acru
there to bid good-be to the pride of . Ululated In tho many trials of the'U. A
the Hawaiian Islands, As the while. Uruwn vs. Sprvckcl lirot.. vt nl. suit
sailed vessels swiftly glided away, tin. for Hllo watprfruut land, were today
band played a medley of poptilnr airs.
indlng with tho Star Spangled llatlner,
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AT LIHUE
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At St. Andrew's Cathedral tomorrow
lilshoji Kcttaitrk will preach at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. in, Them will be cele
brations of thu Holy Communion at
G, 7 and 11 a. m. Ill English and at 'J:3u
n. in. In Hawaiian.
To spend money on clothes
of unproven merit Is to squan
der It.
Reliable clothes quality Is not
made by glowing advertlso
ments.
CLOTHES ECONOMY
CONSISTS IN GCTTINQ THE OEST CLOTHE8 AT RIGHT PRICES.
SUCH OARMENTS AS
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN
MADE IN NEW YORK
IJrednjamiiisfS
lvAKERSJtWyRK
&
Kcpolkal, and lie waited on President
McKlnfoy In 19D2, the President said
that ho would Ilka to see cither I'rlnco
Dald or Cupid nominated for Dele
gate to Congress, Ho expressed a
strong view at the tlmo that ho pre
ferred to see a Hawaiian representing
this Territory In Congress.
.Mr Wilson further said that ho ad
vised Kuhlo not only at the last catn
palgt. but also lour years ago, not to
make such promises as Ifj Is alleged
to havo made. Mr. Wilson says that
Cupid Is doing very satisfactory work,
and that being so, he believes that he
should bo retained, at least during
guod behavior.
"Ned" Crubbo, who until this month
was an employe under Sheriff Drown,
Is now out working for his father's
nomination for tho Sheriffship. "Ned '
says llmt tho fifth precinct ol tho
Fourth District has decided to sup
port Ills father at tho convention, Tho
fourth precinct. It Is said, wilt follow
suit, Mr. Crabbe being a resident
there. Achl Is boss of tho fifth pre
cinct of the Fifth District, lie Is re
ported to bo In favor of Crobbe's nom
ination.
'Ned" says that If his father se
cures the nomination, ha will receive
a strong support from the natives. The
I-irtli District, he says, will lie con
trolled by him,
Deputy Shorlff Knlaklela Is said to
he Independent nnd works with ultei
disregard of Ilrown's polities. Ho Is
looking ror a renomlnatlon.
Sal. Kalelopn, n clerk In this office.
and who was a member of tho last
Legislature, Is also looking for re-noin-Inatlon.
m
The steamer Helcne, with sugar and
rattlo from Huinakiia, arrived at noon
today.
subjected to a careful scrutiny by W.
A, Kinney noil S. M. llallou, the attor
neys tor the defendants, against whom
Judge De Holt's Jury a fsw weeks agJ
returned a, verdict.
' The cuso has been beforo the varloui
Circuit Courts no less than six times
Tho first trial took place In Hllo and
lesuIUM In a mlstrlcl. The second
ulso look place In Hllo, and In this a
motion tor nun-suit was granted. Wheo
lbs easa came up before fhe Hllo Cir
cuit Court again, a chauge of venue l'i
Kniluu wan ordered on the Detltlon ol
Hob Whites" may soon be expected the .lefendmits. who filed affidavits tu
to tuko nossesslon of the Harden Isle. ' ,.i.,nu i,ni tliv nuilil nni wiiri n fair
I In the Alameda lliore cainu consigned, i Jury In Hllo. The following trial at
at. i lie next
Honolulu he.
lrnllur result
the ca
ury found t
costs of nil
total ul
purposes. about $2000.
The defendants called c. A. mown
.on tho stand, nnd be was closely que.
tioned lu regard to the payment or vur
"Kuhlo's re-election will not onlv bo
nnnreelntml here hut It will tin In nor. "y "'"' rur8" express, 10 .Mrs. lisns Kll IU resulted 111 tt lUISlrl
?.'".? . !F.r.?l ...' w"l..V."..?.c.r. Wenbcrg of l.lhue, Kniml. about twen-, trial, which took place lu
Z u., "Si1" T".?:".. ..V L' "..; V Wlm.oMln. castor., from forc'Judge Gear, had u .
..;:..;:.'..: n.:.:r.. wu.hmgu.n. i c. Finnu.n t-i.- ia.t trirf
At ku Z. u7w.i.ni ..M .h.t T'1 wcr" ""IPP"! to l.lhue, per before I udgo De Dolt the J
,i ;;. f.i'i";i..V n """ ,..V" Meaner W. O. Hall Inst evening. Tho verdict 'fOr plaintiff. The
iiiivii Willi mirtvi. It. HJUIWIl, kuukv l.l..l !... !.,. -..... -.l .. i.un.1lM .. .! - !!,. n...k
uuun iiuvu uviji nvi-iiicu iui iiivi-iiiiifi iiivn uiuvivuw wiiaia ivuii a
The CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN, MADE !N NEW YORK,
are equal to the to order-tallorod garments In everything but the price.
We have proven this to more than a thousand men let us prove It to
You.
The Kash Co,, Ltd,
TCL. MAIN 25. COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
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Some Day Death
Will Greet You
You are perhaps overlooking the fact
that you won't walk this earth for
ever. Has It ever struckou what
a terrible tangle your affairs might
bo left In, were you to answer the
final summons today? Your duty
to those you love Is to be pre
pared to have your house set
In order. It will be wise to
make your Will at once. If
you are In doubt as to the
formalities to be observed
In drawing up such an Im
portant document, we
will advise you and will,
serve you In any oth
er way that we m
be able to, "
Hawaiian
Trust Co.,
Limited.,
Fort Street, Uonnlnln
tons Items In the bill fo costs. J, Light-
foot, who wllh J. A. Magoon and Judge
Stanley, represents the plaintiff, wih
called next, and asked If bo knew If tbil
bills paid by Drawn had been Justllled.
"Tho bills were jialil by Ilrowu lie-
In consideration of an arrangement 'tanse they wero reasonable," answered
whereby all the Increased attractions j.lghtfoot. " would not have paid
of the Kalnuikl Zoo may bo seen for , them If they had been unrcasonblo"
the price of admission, thu manage-, "Then you know of Mr. Urown that
incut hns established thu entrance jjn never pays unreasonable blllHt"
u-es ai .-u ccms tor annus ami ia. asked K nnvy.
lentil for chtldien. The pi Ice of ad
mission Includes entrance to the fascl
nntlng camera obscura.
DIED.
OILES In this city. April H, 1900. nt
1:30 p. in., Harold (llles, aged fill.
Llghtfoot answered that ho knew
that.
Kinney ricked out an Item of J30 for
transportation of witnesses from Illlu
to Kullua and pointed out that tho
voucher showed that two little girls
hud ulso been taken. Llghtfoot said
he knew nothing ubout them.
l'.ill IIim I. Ill lu Minrfrcil In llin nr.
A "si or the olllcers elected to serve comlt of Mr, Moon." remarked Kin
hi tho Hamakiio and 8. K Telephone .,cy-i ..&, wo wlll ,mve the Brl ,
Co. for tho ensuing year, Is published i iiini.'
1,1 this Issue. I Following Llghtfoot Magoon took
""" ItliH ulnml iib fits nwn wllnpsu nnd tes.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers tilled In detail to the costs of the curl-
etc., manufactured by the liullotln Pub.
tisning company,
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd..
Stock and Bond brokers.
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts,
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
ler trials, in which Llghtfoot had not
been Intrnsted, The matter has not
been settled yet.
A peculiar thing ubout the matter Is
(he totul disappearance nf the records
of all the cases previous tu tho lust one.
When the case mine up for trial before
Judge De Holt It was found that nil
(Continued on Page 2.)
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1 SOMETHING NEW
IN MILLINERY!
Masons Lay Corner
Stone At Washington
Mi.ocf'ifrfl I'rrm Kmti(iJ Vaht
WASHINGTON, D, C, April 14. The cornerstone of the new office bulW.
Ing for the House of Representatives was laid today with Impressive Masonic
ceremonleei. President Roosevelt delivered the address of the occasion.
Bates Out. Corbin In
f.tl.orfu'r.l rrr.t J-'Tlil CullrJ
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 14 General Bates was retired today and
General Corbin wlll succeed htm as the head of the Army. General Dell will
ba chief of staff,.
Formosa Shaken
(Aitoelatnl I'rrf Xiieelat Cnbte)
TOKIO, Japan, April 14. Another earthquake Is reported at Formosa.
The casualties and the damage done to property are very heavy.
BRITISH 8HIP ABANDONED AT SEA.
f.Uirfti(r! i'rrfa ,rrlnf CiMr
DELAGOA, 8outh Africa, April 14. The British ship George T. Hay, be
ing In a sinking condition, has beene abandoned at sea and burned.
Htrold nilcs, a well known old resi
dent of tliesu Islands, died nt 1:3U
o'clotk this afternoon at his rest
denu on Punchbowl street. Thu tuiise
of death Is given us old age nnd the
grippe, from which thu deeensed had
suffered during the past twelvu days.
He was Gil ears old.
tllles ramu tu the Islands about
thirty-six yearn ago. He lived for
about thirty years mi Maul, where hu
had an Independent hindncs as a cab
inet maker. During the past few
ears be wag employed by Hupp & Co.
The deceased leaves a widow, two
daughters and three sons, nil of whom
are here, with the exceptluu nf one
Min, who Is In Clilun. The funeral ni
rancemeiitu will bu given out later.
all i rolmhlllty thu funeral will take
place from St. Andrew's Cathedral to
mtit low.
ID T0 PHILIPPINES
Attorney A. F. Judd has been select
ed tu go tu the Philippines for labor,
by the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asso
ciation. Hu mil' -Jill on the America
Muru, due from the Coast on the 21st.
Soup Is sold In Uiudoti restaurants
nt prices inihli higher In proportion
than other food, its a general rule. The
reason Is suppowil to he the small d
matid for It In lh.it city among uliutis
of public e.itliig-lnmi.es.
In the rapltal of llelgluin a prize was
offered recently for the best patriotic
songs for the use of llelglutt school
In children A Freiiihm.111 won it.
the
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We havo Jutt received per Sierra a small assortment of PAT
TERN HATS, no two alike. They are the highest perfection of
Millinery Art and must be seen to be appreciated.
Zm- THEY CAN BE BOUGHT AT 8ALE PRICE81 -sj
Jjsjjf- DON'T MI83 THE OPPORTUNITY TO 8ECURE
Fine MILLINERY For Easter
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Price $3.50
Most women want to go to church
on Eaiter morning, You have a nice
gown and a pretty hat, but have you
I thought about your shoes? Our Easter
offering this year Is the largest and
best selected stock that we have ever
presented to our customers. Every
thing is absolutely new and of the very
latest style. The stock has been open
ed and we are now ready for business.
The above cut represents a handsome
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swell dress occasion, We hsvo alt
sizes and all widths.
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