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AlnnhHi . jr. . For San l'muciico: MtMIulhi ....'. From Vnnrnnvcr ,f...fiy 2 July 0 Bulletin Want Ads carry,, their message every day to five thousand people who arc looking for things partly worn out, but still useful. A Bulletin Want Ad will give you a better price than a Japanese sec ond-hand dealer. 1 .fAnrangl ..,....'. July 2l' I'or'vnncoiivcr: '" , .Marnmit (..,. .July JO 3:30 EDITION Ordinary persistence wins in almost everything never fails in Bulletin Advertising VOL, XI. NO. 4351. s- - : 10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRIT ORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 190910 PAGES. PRICE S CENTS. EVENING BULLETIN f ? , H V i tl '.V raci ' L JULY AT aw r Thi' following entries have been leielwd for tin' IIIloraru meeting, nnd a cnsifal glance over tKotn hIhiwh filial nil llu- horses nt note In tin-no (Islands -have- been entorqil tor one or. nil offne races: JULY 5.. TliKl itmc- Unit hijlo; .Tnp.itipca 1mrses: ll l-l hands 'high nr under; purse f Tid 1. I. Inn, Innilu: -'. Chnr- h YiiiiinniiKu: !'. Dickey, Tnsnkli A SmiiiiiI riiiiVl'lirce-fourths mile: "Vice for nil" purse J2S0 1, Clnrn ;0., M.-J. Hndrlgues'; 2, Mzlo Mooie. 31. .1. Uodrlguos; 3. J. T.. .1. T. Molri' l. Adrian l.ocoiiviour, McClellun. .....i... m ml ...!... ...IU. t-. lllllll IHl'O I llioc-iuui him mm-, fJupttiicso; ficn fir nil; purse jji 00 II. I.lim Inmlii: -'. ToiiMii Til -initio .. ... . . ... (Johnnie. Yiimnnngn I ui en; 4(i.Miiuiilc, Ikt OniTinile; HnwhlC f i- ' 11)111 111 i mo ! ii bicd.s; .pursy 11,000 A- 1, Major Collier; Hriighcllhj ' KastcrbOy, rO('ltouiko;:!, -Young Sum, O'lluuihu; i, nniii;u, itwiieii. . I'lfth riKTl''lvp-p"litliM mile: free- for till, pur.-o Stlon 1,Wclier, .Mccii'iiaii: a, .i. t.. Moir; :s, iiann- iilcn, O'llourho: I, Major Collier, llitighelll; fi, Cnpt. Tin ecu, Jmlil, JULY fi. 1'lrst mt'ii llnir mill); free for nil; puise $1"5 1, Ailriiin l-oi-onv-itur. Mi'CIpIIuii; i. J, T., Moll", 3, WVIiur, .MiClulInn; 4, Koulmi, Jiulili Svioml ruco Tlnee-foui His iiIIIp; Hawaii. in IiciIh; .Mhk IiiiiiIh' HtnKo'i; l"illili'iin; piiin' $500 1, Tonyo, Tn kiiM; 2, IJiihtpiljuy, O'ltomku; 3, YiniiiK Sum, O'lttmiku; I, I'mnl:, H. .1 I.yinuii. ' Tlilnl Hncn Onp nml oiio-fntirtli mill's: .MercliiinU' Klalio; fico for nil; put nt' $1,noo 1, llanonlrn , ()' Until kt; 2. Mnjor Collier. Ilrughulll; :!, Wi-ljor. McClcllun; I, WnrlntJ. W.irien. Kuiiith nice MHo lionlii 'i In 3; ft imi for nil; trnt or pace; -mvnem to iHIvp: pnite $2.".0 l, K. H. Hpnrst. UitiKliulll; 2, ('nrnpll, W. H. C. Cnmplicll; 3, Walilii .)., Mousnrrittt; ,1, .Iiilin I)., I.yninn. I'lflli Unco Tlircp-fonrtliR nillo; JupmiPbe: fioe for nil; pumo 11B0 I. Mini. Innilu; '.', .Ilmmlo, Ikoiln; 3, Tonyo, Tana Id; 4, Jolinnlc, Ya- lllllllllRO. Siktli late (riiroo-foiirtlis nillo; Hawaiian liioils; imiiko ?-.rill 1, Major oilier. IIiiibIipIH; 2, Hauler Poj, O'ltouike; 3, YotttiR Sam, 0' Itourko; l IiiiIIkd, Warion. You can get More Satisfaction Nowadays in a ieady-to-wear suit of clothes made by expert tailors than you can in custom-made clothes put together by mediocre tailors. And you can get more satisfaction in an Alfred Benjamin ieady-to-wear suit than in any other make. t The Kash Co., LIMITED Ccr. Fort and Hotel Sts. 4th HILO Sppntli race Tlirpp-fimrtlm mile; frpis for all; pnin- $2."0 -- 1, llano iilrn, O'llniirko; . Wolior. JtcClel laii; 3, Adrian Lecoiivronr, McClel Inn; 4, Captain rorsee, Jtidil. lllRlith rai'p Half mile; Japan ese liorfesj 14 lunula; purse 130 1, I, Ina, liiadn; -, Charley, YnmimnKn; .". Dickey, Tnnakl; 4, Harney. N'IhIiI. N I n Hi rate I'lo-i'lKlitlni mllo; (Continued on Pace 0) CLERKDROPPED; MONEY OVER Changes Under New Ap propriation Bill In Judiciary Dept. XI Chief .it.uk c Ilmntc-ll: "It U tl :: my oiili.lun thai It Ik n public duly tl :; tn economize public money uliero tt :: tlilH may bo done v.'itliout Impair- tt ;! Inn tlio olllcloncy of tliu m-rvlco." tt it tt Un.ler the livpilionientH of Iho new appropriation bill I.. V. Scott, foutcrly u clerk In tho Cleik's olflco of tlvj Ju diciary Department, Is today dicppod from the rervlce, as theio In not money enough to ictaln hllu In that rapidly. Miss Cook, llioielnfore stonoKri'plier only, Is lolalned im iiUBlt'-tiint elerk anil librarian, MIsh Koll will lonaln iik i.tenoi;raiher and rleik, bntli nt n Balmy of 1125. J. M. Yllmahcle anil Alexander K. Anna, who previously act i d 113 llbrllrlnus and mesKeiiKei'M 1 1 tho Judlrlaiy depaitmcnt, me appo ntcil under the new uppriiprlatlou lit I ns clerks In tho' Clerk's nlllco ut 1100 a month enrh. Clerk Thoiupsou of tho Supreme Court will retnln the innio poclthiii, u.i well ns Chief Clerk Smith of llio Cleik'a ofllce. It Is anticipated that It will n t bo necessary to apimlnt nil iiddll onal mesheiiRer, iiIIIioiikIi $"" per mouth Is uvallalle lur that piirpnse. There will .bo mi other oIi'.iukos In tho Judiciary Depart inert. ' Tho I'nlnro Cafe chjeil Its doors last ulKllt for Ihe Inst time, us mi fill Iher llcotiH) was :iipllcd foi lHrW'jSK 0 SUGAR TRUST WATER DEAL CLOSED TODAY Gov't Has Accepted Proposition For Settlement Superintendent of l'ubllc Works Murslou Campbell today completed nriniiRemcnts with tho United States Unvcrnmont for tho supply of 200, 000 gallons of wnter per day by tho Knlaupapa Water Works, to tho Lep er Settlement nt Molokul. Negotia tions have been on for some time In legnrd to the mutter, Involving le- pulrs, keeping up nt the station mid a consideration of $1,390.97. Mr. Campbell receded word this morn Ipg that the proposition had been ac cepted and tho government will get the work under wny nt once. HERE'S TO DEAR OLD UNCLE SAM Birthday Celebration By ; Hls-Sons VUI Do him Justice Tho program for tho Fourth of July celebration Is now practically completo nnd George II. Carter, chnli man of tho committee In charge, considers It one of tho best that has ever been iirianged hero. Heretofore local talent has been depended iiou entirely but the coming exercises in the Opera House will bo pnitlclpnted ill by many distinguished and patriotic visitors. Tho celebration will commence ut approximately 10:15 it. in., by which time tho parndo is expected to bo over, but ns many of those who will speak later take part In this, the meeting can not bo held until the paruders aio dis missed. Tho Grand Army boys, tho various consuls ami the heads of tho nrmy mid navy departments hero, will occupy seats or honor on tho platform, and Chairman Curler Is desirous tint as many of tho audience as possible placii In their lapel or wear somowheio a llttlo flag ns a syniHi of their Aluer Icaushlp and patriotism. Marshall Darrnch, uhn has pi o veil his elocutlonlslln abilities by portray ing whole Shakespeaio plays, will ie.nl tliu Declaration of Independence. Dr. Thomas Greene, lectuier and ncluntlst, will gliu his lectmo on Ihe "Hod, Vhlto nnd lllue,' which hus become famous nil over tho United Slates. Mr. Dennett, the baritone, will sing and tho !th Cavalry Hand will play, making up tho musical piogr.uu of Ihe morning. Theie will be 11 regular mooting of Hawaiian Tribe I. O, It, M.. nt 7 30 this evening In K. of l hall Itiilslug up ol Chiefs. Excellent Sites We have some very attract ive sites on our "For Sale" lists which are worth your time and attention to inves tigate, Are you looking for a con venient office T There are no better oflko buildings than the Boston and the Judd. Call today. Real Estate Department. Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd. I IIImi SUGAR TRUST IN CONSPIRACY NEW YORK, July 1. The Federal Grand Jury returned indict ments today against the American Sugar Refining Company, commonly I known as the Sugar Trust, President Thomas and five of the directors of the company, charging them with conspiracy in restraint of trade. These indictments are the outcome of the investigation made by the Gov ernment into the operations of the Sugar Trust in the destruction of the Pennsylvania Sugar Refining Company. PLOT WAS TO KILLTHE CZAR STOCKHOLM, July 1. The police have' unearthed an anarchis plot to assassinate the Czar of Russia during his visit to the city. The as sassination of the Chief of Police, accomplished while the Czar was here, was an incident of the plot that had the Czar as its object. Eight peo ple have been arrested. i 'Quakes Spread Terror MESSINA, Sicily, July 1. Severe shocks of earthquake felt here to day terrorized the inhabitants and panic reigned. REGGIO- July 1. Loud explosions accompanied the earthquakes experienced here today. The walls of ruins fell from the force of the shocks. One man is reported killed and ten injured in the ruins. Russians ST. PETERSBURG, July 1. Or- liters have been issued for mobilizing 'the Russian expedition to Teheran, The forces of the Czar will occupy the Persian capital. Deficit 09 Million WASHINGTON, July 1. The Treasury Department's statement is sued today shows the Government de ficit at the end of the fiscal year, June 30, to be eighty-nine millions of dollars. It was generally pre dicted that the deficit would reach one hundred millions. Is Dropped BINGHAM IS OUT. NEW YORK, July 1. Mayor Mc Clellan today removed Police Com missioner Bingham from office. B0- BULLETIN ADS PAY m Territorial Messenger Servioe ' LETTER AND PARCEL DELIVERY j TLEPH0NE 301. . Mobilizing Bingham SUPERVISORS On tho recommendation of Marslnu Campbell, Superintendent of Public Works, the ltoad Department will be mined to tho building occupied by the miii'r ' it unices from tho Executive building. The Ilotrd will occupy the room now occupied by tho Auditor, wlio will In his turn move into Judge Amlrado's quarters. Judge Audrado gets out Into the wldo. wild world and wnndois. Payrolls for employees on thioo mad districts were also passed by the Supervisors at noon today, when the other decision was reached. Capt. Howe, head o: tho U. S. llu reau of Hulls and Hollers Inspecllon hero, today stated that ho thought the l'rosior's heavy cargo has caused her to spring 11 leak. He believes that the louk closes when tho vessel Is unload ed and resumes business when Iho heavy ties lire again In her hold. Ho considers tho hull sound nnd this tho only defect, which, ho says, when found can bo caulked up, and tho vcb eoI rendered seaworthy. OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will be the Lurline, July 2. Island Fruit Co., 72 S. KING. PHONE 19. Gold and Silver Gillette Razors HOLUSTERDRUGCO. Established 1879 THE PALM stands 1 for the best only in all things to eat. Hotel, nr. Union DECISION ON IMMIGRATION Department of Commerce and, Labor Hold That Trachoma, Does INot Bar Chinese From Entering r1awall---Chen Yars Re-.J leased An important decision Just rendered by Iho Department of Commerce utid Labor, which will nlfect the oiilnuico of hundreds of Chinese Into Hawaii from their nathe country, was to lay received by the Immigration "d'cHl". nnd ns a result Chen Ynu, n plantation 'laborer, who has boon held by the au thorities ever since his nrrlvu! on the Siberia M.iy 29, was released today Chen Ynu was emplojed on the U'.il alua plantation, and left Iioi.u'ulii ..r. .May 30, 190fi for n visit CM l.i. Under tho Immigration jxw, u Ch!neu iniiJt return to tho country o, liU ado llon within u year, otherwise he Is not allowed to leiitu Ills native oi How ever, ho may securo with pi.vo" shew ing an extension of the time to two years, Tills Chen Ynu did, but In the meantime he contracted ti.iohomu t fH.mmni, nt'.. ill.nnuit t,,,.,ir (1,.. Oil.xtl. 'als. At tho expiration of f i- years, n piepared tn count UnK tittne return or Jmndfubj of Cli'.neto lo ?:, Hawaii, hut the InnnUratloii olllclals this conntiy. who tiro In exactly lliu-fc h.l,.nlA,l 1.1. t. ............ .. .1... ........... ..t I ii-ji- u-u 1111 iJuoouht- .11 inu irjiuiL ui ihu.iii' ;iwbuiiiii iir neurit SIJ US 1II1S mail the examining physician, on account orniid Is one of ur few- remarkable do the man s ees. Time an,! time, again SECOND WITNESS IN RIOT CASE When Iho riot trial was called be foif 'ud'e Itoblusou this morning. Aug ut Spllluer was called to the stand li Iho defense. l.lghtloot: "When l hem men ilrowi you away did they have Micks mid stones In their hands?" Witness: "That Is tho time the sticks and stones How." Mr. Spllluer Identified Merlin as Ihe iiuu who throw the missies. I.lghlfoot: "Whoro did )'ou go?" Witness: "To the edge of town." I.lghtfoot: "How much time elapsed liefoio oii returned?" Witness. "About tlvo mlnnles." Light font: "Whut was the condi tion of things when you came back and saw Scinllle?" Witness: "A big crowd was there, about 400 I think." I.lghtfoot: "What was thu ciowd do. Ing?" I Witness- "They had ScoOllo In tho house they seemed glad to have him." I.lghtfoot: "They woie protecting him?" Witness: "Yes, sir." Mr. Kinney objected to Iho answer on the giouud Hint he did not linilei hlund the iiuestlon. "Is Is a good thing Sco,lllo hud pro tection," tald I.lghtfoot, "wiih nil Iho shouting nnd excitement that pie- The Banister Shoe Surpassing duality and inimitable ityles. One pair sells another. The new University last has just arrived. We have them in patent kid and vici kid oxfords, Price, $6.50 MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD. Chen Ynu applied to the Consul nt Hongkong for permission to iniiko tho trip, but wiii turned down. During this time n remarkable c.isii was being fought through the Kcdernt courts, that of tho United States ug.ilnst N.ikashlna, over a caso of tra choma, and went to the Circuit Court of ApoaI. Hero It was decided tlinty tho restriction in the Immigration law applied only W to ImmlgrniilH. not to iT return iilli-ns, .:. Uimitf ibis decision Wnilit Wnrroii ThiyeiW tills city, attorney for Chen J Ynn, aijpeali'd to tho Department of'S Cnimni-rco and Labor. Tim matter Ij was taken up nt oneo and silted to tho n liottom Mr Th.i)or toduy received y me ueiisiou ironi inn uepaitment, tav I orabio to his caso, and sustaining tho .7". ilerlilon In tho Xnkashln.i. Mr. Thay-'-is ci -11111 111 it-ani 10 1110 iiecisiou: -r Will have u er wldo effect niton iT& ,.... . H.t . . " unions teiideiod In such 11 case. '' vailed." "Heaven pio'.orve us from biich pro tection." raid Kinney. I.lghlfoot' -Most of the tlnio the Mi"Vers were talking tho c jwd iu imilued ipilet " j Witness "When the spoor le j jitjii. pen. inu oiunii siiouieii louuiv l.lghtfiMit: "What do you menu by the noises they made?" Witness: "It looked like they wero. nying 10 urivo uwuy tuo policemen. 1; I.lghtfiHit: "As a matter of fait the , applauded when the speakers fin ished? Witness: "Tho whole rlio-hang wero constantly shouting." Uglitroot: "After Mlauchl gol through with his nieccli did tho crowd go away?" Witness. "Some went nway in about Ion mtmiUs." I.lghtfoot: "What part of tho crowd wont nway. to hear Mnklno nnd Negoro?" Witness: "About half, they wero moving ul-thu time." I.lghlfoot: "Did jou see Mr. Hull come lo tlio orrivuT" Witness: "Yes, ho caino on horse-hack." Ughtfoot "Did anybody Inteiforo ? with his going Into tho building?" (Continued on Page 4) '.41 1 H It 4JJ. ,. i " ,'"SiW ! . d fc - .fc.' ai- J?- ,b,.1i ',,. - ---'-