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From San Francisco:
Nippon Mam Aug. 21
For San Francisco:
VOL. XI. NO. 4391
Convicted Men Will Know
"OUILTY AS CHAROED"
VERDICT OF JURY.
Lightfoot's Attempt to Ridicule
Prosecution and Police, Juror
Says, Weakened Defense's Case.
Tiimorrow Iuih been fixed as the day
(if bun I I'll co of Pied Muklnu lligglu
bothnm, Y. Sogn, editor of Hie NIppu
JIJI: Y. Tusaka and Negoro, tlio four
Japanese lenders In thu Higher Wage
Association who now Htimd convicted
of thu charge of conspiracy brought
rgulnst them ns nn outcome of the
(ilmlnal activities of the Higher Wago
"(Inllty ns charged," with n maxl
mum iienalty of one ye.ir In thu pent
ti'iitlaiy ninl a flue not In excess of
flnO !h tho situation that now con
fronts Mnkluo and his threo co-defend
iiutx and tlior.c does not seem to bo
much basis for tho belief cxpresse!
by Home of the friends of Dm convicted
men Hint Urn court will W'o 111 to inlt
Ixnto tho maximum punishment pro
vldod by law.
When the Jury filed Into court last
night nnd tho verdict wait read, At
toincy l.lghtfoot Immediately wen I
through thu usual formalities of glv-
lug notice for a now trial nnd arrest
of Judgment. Tho defeiiRo of courso
plaint to appeal Its case, but It Is prac
tlcally conceded that tho careful con
duct of tho trial and tho even-handed
Interpretation placed upon thu law by
Judgo Do Dolt Is sufficient Insurance
ugalnst tho possibility of reversible
I'iriir having crept Into tho record of
Tim conviction of tho four consplr
rtors Inst night ennio ns tho tormina
Hon of. five weuks of nctunl trial, four
days having been consumed lif tho
woik of securing thu Jury. When the
casu began there were five defendant
but a nolle prosequi wns entered In thn
cnio if K, Kawnmura by tho attorneys
for thu prosecution.
Tor the prosecution the rase was
conducted by Attorneys W. A. Kinney
and 8, M. llnllou, the former dolus
practically all of tho couit work (lur
ing the trlnl proceedings.
The enso was ono of the most care
fully conducted that has over been
tried In a local court. In tho opinion
of experienced lawycrB who followed
' (Continued on Page 3)
TO BE INSTALLED
King Arundel, owner of Ocean
and I'lcasant Islands, of tho Ocean
Queen, ex-ynclit nnd staunch ship, a
practical king of a real chunk of
the map, Is now, ns representative
of thu 1'nclflc Itadlo & Telegraph
Co., about to hi lug the glaring light
of civilization to the distant lands
wiicrcoi ue is ioru nnu master.
The r.iclflc Itadlo & Klcctrtc Co.,
which Is piobahly a name for a de-
parttnent of Mr. Arundel's largo
business, as Is the Pacific Guano
Co., etc., has extended nn offer to the long distance record for ship's delegate who attempted to assussluuto stopped; you men huve been up be
S. A .Phelps, at present wireless wireless communication, talking Editor Sheba of the IVuwall Shlnpo, Is fore mo on previous occasions. I find
operator on board the O. S. 8. Ala
meda, to go to Ocean Island, Pleas
ant islnnil nml the HJIs and install
Mr. Phelps will piobnbly take the
offer, and this trip will bo tho last
on tho Alameda. He will go to Van-
W. E. Bellina Clings To
Wheel of Runaway
The failure of the steering gear on
a small runabout this morning on tho
Kalmukl road caused nn nuto accident
that camo very near having serious
results for tho driver, W. K. Ilelllnn.
Mr. Ilellln-i wns coming In from Kal
mukl phortly after 5 o'clock and while,
coasting down ono of thu numerous
gradcB on tho Kalmukl road, ho sud
denly discovered that the maclilno was
beyond control, He tried to keep tho
car In tho center of tho road, but It
swerved nnd dnshed off to the left,
directly toward a telegraph pole. Mr.
Flclllnn clung to the Btccrlng wheel
nnd when thu crash camo and tho
machine overturned he was partially
pinioned under tho wrecked car, but In
such a way that ho escaped with slight
Tho runabout wns going at high
speed when the accident occurred and
Mr. Ilelllna considers hlniBelf partic
ularly fortunate In escaping with o
few slight scratches nnd bruises.
Lead in style, materials
and workmanship. This
is no idle statement.
Come in and see our
Summer and Fall styles
and you will agree
with our claims.
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Fort and Motel
10 FADES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY,
couvcr and take the Canadian Pn-I
clllc lino to FIJI, where lie will cs-l
tnbllsh his headquarters, and with-'
In n few months the dots on the map
which aro now geographical mya-i
teries to the Junior class In gcogra-l
phy will becomo as much within tho,
ken of civilized countries as New
Phelps Is at present ono ot the
most prominent niiinng the wireless
operators ot the United Wireless
Co. Several months ago he broke!
with the O, S. S. Mariposa over sev
eral thousand miles of ocean.
He will have complete charge ot
the proposed Island wireless system
nnd will superintend the Installa-
tlon of tho various Instruments In
tho various stations.
New Phones To Do Away
With Hello Girls Will
That a meeting of tho directors ot
tho Mutunl Telcphono Company was
hold this morning, and C. P. Piatt's
automatic proposition finally accepted,
was denied by George It. Carter.
"A meeting will bo held In a day or
to, howqver, and tho matter finally
disposed of," he said when asked about
At Monday's special meeting of tho
directors, Mr. Piatt's offer of $81,760
for tho present equipment was read,
nnd taken under advisement. Tho
Automatic Company will install the
now apparatus for 120,000, Some dlf
lerenco as to tho equipment and cx
penso of the new sjstom hud to bo
thrashed out botweon tho directors,
and caused tho delay. It Is under
stood, however, that It Is a settled fact
tho automatic system will bo accepted
which moans an entirely now method
of talking over telephones the people
of Honolulu will have to learn.
Up to tho present time B. C. Dradley,
lco president of tho Pacific Mates
Telephone Company, has not called on
tho Mutual pcoplo, and It In firmly
maintained that he Is simply down
bore on a vacation trip, nofvltliBtatU
Ing the rumors that thero will bo un
offort mndo on his part to irevont tho
Installation of tho automatic. ryHtem.
In fnct a lively fight was looked for
between tho rival companies our tho
proKisltlon to do away with tho old
DEMANDS THADT YOU M"AKE A
CONSULT OUR TJIU8T DEPART
MENT. DKLAYS ARE D ANOUR
OUS. Trust Department
Hawaiian Trust Company,
Bulletin Advertising inspires
BAIL FOR MORI;
NIPPU JIJI'S AIM
TRIAL COMES NEXT.
Has Strong Evidence
Showing Mori's Affiliation With
Work of Agitation Leaders
The trial ot Mori, the high wage
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llitj him. .- ..i "... uc ftl.vil imv
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cedence over the other cases ponding
nKa,ut thu Jauanese who did not lies-
,atu llt the moans to be cmploved In" In finding Wllllo Vlda. Sam Apoll
securing higher wages fur thu plunta- 0a. Ueorgo Kuea, and Kaonohl Ke
n iiu,rr .klpl guilty of gambling Judge An
Mori's trial will begin during tho "'. TeFendants. who ro repre
September term of tho Circuit Court Rented by Charlie Chllllngwortb. re
and no tlmq will bo lost In bringing served their defense, and after the
tho man who attempted to assasslimto solitary witness, A. P. Taylor, had
Pheba to the iiiiulshinent provided by.'cn ,lls evidence, they rested.
j,w Upon sentence being pronounced,
I rMillllniriL'nt-th nl mifiM tintnrt mi nn.
'the NIppu JIJI has begun a deter-Leni.
mlnod effort to ralte sufficient funds
through subscription to allow for the
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reiiMiao oi Mvn on iw.i, a Byaicmaiic
.,v i,,.. i,.. I.., ,i. .....ino inaae ins way uuo me room wnerc
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It Is declared In an editorial that It Is
a shame that a man of Mori's ability
should languish In prison simply be
cause ho "oppo3od" Sheba attempted
to assassinate him.
Caught red-handed In the perpetra
tion of tho attempted murder Mori
also had upon his person a number
ot documents that conclusively estab
lish his active association with tho
men who were Identified with the lead
ership of tho association.
Ono of tho papers found upon tho
would-bo assassin was a letter of In
troduction from K. Kawamura, who
was tho fifth defendant In the conspir
acy trial but who was Inter discharged,
recommending Mori as an ardent dis
ciple of the cuubo of higher wages and
(Continued on Page 9)
Mrs Atcherley Would Like
Warrant Issued, But
Mary Atcherley appeared In court
this afternoon and tried to take out.
a warrant for the arrest of ur. Pe-'
terson. of thn Inssnn Asylum.
Atcherley presnted a long docu-
ment to Judge Andrade, In which
she made numctous charges
Dr. Peterson. The doctor, she
claimed, had administered overdos-
es ot poisonous drugs to Dr. Atch-
Judgo Andrade said that such ser-
lous charges as wero made In the
complaint should be roferred to the
County Attorney's department,
(Continued on Pago 6)
With good service and exceptional
cooking are to be had at the PALM.
Hotel near Union.
Reaches all parts of the city. Care
ful drivers. Prempt service.
- Telephone 3G1,
confidence in the people
AUGUST 18, 1909. 10 FADES.
HEAVY FINE FOR
Judge Andrade Soaks Vida
DEFENDANTS ARE FINED
$250 AND COSTS EACH.
Chillingworth Appeals Case
Bonds Are Set at Same Amount
as Penalty for Offense.
"This kind of gambling must be
you all guilty and flno each of you
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UV UI1U tUSIB, II V1UI all UIIU Ul IVU
.DDelir, beroro me ...i.. , wi .
nnd asked that bonds be fixed J
j judge Andrade settled tho amount at
1250 each, or Jl.ouo in all.
I tt ln( It tilu lit I it nf. net uiunrn Mint
. " mm. .
itha four defenduuts aniTn .bonth of
Jupunese and Ilawallaus were play
ing (!.. Tho witness staled that
he reached for tho "kitty" and grab
bed tho box. at the same time ex
claiming: "Welt. Vida. I havu got Kit
ty this time." In reply Vlda, and the
other men rushed at Taylor, and Vlda
sang out: "The h you have!
Then the crowd Jumpud Taylor and
tho "kitty" went back to the wooers
Chllllngworth only asked Taylor a
few questions us to tho kind of room
In which tho alleged gambling was be
ing carried on, and contented himself
with reserving his defense.
Tho quartet then got busy about ob
taining bondsmen, but up till noon
time Y, nlii, tho man they relied up
on to ball them out, had not put In
Vlda and his associates sat in court
till tho Judgo adjourned court, nnd
then asked if they could be let go till
1:30 o'clock, when Anln wna euro to
be on hand.
Judgo Andrade, however, declined
to allow the defendants to go on their
own recogulionces and they were ta
ken below to await tho arrival of thu
SAN FRANCISCO. Aue. 18, Su-
rar 88 degree ceniruugais, t.u
cents, or $82.20 per ton.
ir ml inn
quotation, 4.08 cents.
quotation, wo cents
Beets 88 analysis, lU 10 1-Zd.
Panty, 4.81 cents. Previous quo-
wnty, i.oi cenw. rr-noui quo-
The Daughters of Hawaii will hold
bu'no8H mcotng ? " M
Mrs, Coney on August 19.
Next Fruit Boat
S.S. Alameda, Aug. 18
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
Holjister Drug Co.
who buy things
WASH1NOT0N. Aug. 18. The naval court of inquiry that
reviewed the causes leading up to the death of Lieut. Sutton at Annap
olis returned a verdict of death from suicide or accident.
The first investigation resulted jn a verdict of death by suicide,
and the mother of Lieut. Sutton secured n reopening of the case, she
charging that her son was murdered.
FLAG SHOT DOWN
1 CANEA, Crete, Aug. 18, Wars hips of four of the European Power,
landed a force of men today and shot down the Oreek flag over the
There was no resistance.
HENEY WONT RUN
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 18. Present indications are that Fran
cis J. Heney will not be a contestant in the election for District Attor
ney, though he may receive the nomination fro mthe Democrats. The
returns are not all in.
m i i
Our New Battleships
WASHINOTON. Aug. 18. The
made the lowest bid for the constriction of the battleships Wyoming
gjjfl Arkansas. These are of the d C.dnaught type and will cost $4.-
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TO ASSASSINATE HIS SON.
, TEHEr.IA, Persia, Aug;. 18. It is reoorted that the deposed Sliah
of Persia lias attempted to assassinate, his son- who is now rcignine.
Hon. S. M. Damon states that tho hall at Mouii.ilun "III be closed dur
ing bis nnsenco on a trip to the Stales. The ginumln of cnurso will remain
open to I l.o public.
I si I
SUOAR AT 4:20
K. Polllti cabled the Henry Wnterhouso Trust Company loihy Unit
sugnr 'old this afternoon In New York at 1.20 and that beets nre advancing
THREAT OF DEATH TO
DE BOLT AND JURY
The full text of the letter threat- public nt the time because It might
ening assassination to tho Judgo have nn Influence upon the minds
and the Jury In the conspiracy trial of the Jurors In reaching a vcidlct.
If a verdict of guilty was returned The letter contains a direct
against the four defendants, Makl- threat of an attack similar to thn
no, Soga, Tasaka and Negoro, Is suffered by Shcbn, who was stabbed
published today for tho first time. by Mori, in tho event that the de-
The letter was received by Judge fenduuts were not acquitted.
Do Dolt during the progress ot tho Tho translation of tho letter by
trial, but ho did not wish to make It Professor Denlng reads ns follows:
To Mr. De Bolt:
It it reported that in the Hakino, Negoro, Soga case your decisions
At these men are innocent,
11 suffer for it.
.ni .,- it
Please tell the jurv to acouit them. If thev convict them thev. too.
will be to danKer j gheba., casc an example flnd draw the ftt.
uMm of thejuty it j teU th.m not to convlct the accusedi
You are in danmr. the attornevs are in daneer. and th lurv
You are in daneer. the attornevs are in daneer. and th Inrv
in still ereater danger. I have been
. concived h Japanese.
You may le Comfortable and not Happy, but you
cannot be perfectly Happy unless you are Comfortable.
Dress your feet in a pair of "bur
White Canvas Blucher
And that will go a long way toward making you happy.
They are cool and easy.
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informed that a bie nlot has been
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