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Evening Bu Fn SanPnadsott Korea. '. , Oct. 26 For 8n Francisco i Siberia ; .Oct. 2S From Vancouver; Maramn Nov. 13 For-Vancouver: Makura Nor. 9 LLMIN M t 3:30 EDITION Bulletin Advertising is Good Times Advertising for .Sellers and Buyers VOL. XI NO. 4446. 10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF, BlAWAII, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1009. 10 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS. f$ TELEPHOHEAGREEMEHTISFINALLYMADEPUBLIC t n I- ,v. I ' .' t LOVETT TAKES AYLETT MAKES PUBLIC TELEPHONE AGREEMENT Asks People Of City To Pass Judgment On Where They Get Off "I 'think the pcoplo might to xco this agreement," until Supervisor Ay lctt thlH morning. "Lot them know what they want uh lo Blgn. "The understanding I had with Carter when I talked tills matter over with him its represent I iir tin telephone, compnny wns that tho cltj would bo fully protected for nil tin city wires It might hiy In tho con dulta of the compnny, Including ex ATCHERLEY CASE IS THROWN OUT BY GRANDJRY Inquisitors Declare That Accusations Are Unfounded SPECIAL CHAR8E GIVEN BY JUDGE DE BOLT ' "Constancy" Allegation Included the Names of Manv Prominent Government Officials Vindica tion for All. Tho Territorial Ornnd Jury this morning refused absolutely to tnko upon Itself, tho Invcstlgntlon of tho so-called "Atcherlcy chnrgeH," un der which nearly, every nublh official of prominence In Hawaii Is either charged with "conspiring" to keep Dr. John Atcherlcy In tho asylum or aiding and allotting tho eonsplrn-tors-ln-chlef. In apparent response to tho per sistent requests that MrB. Atchorloy has mndo 'for' a hearing of her accu sations by tho Ornnd Jury, Circuit Judgo Do Holt this morning read a Bpeclal charge to tho Inquisitors, In forming them of their perogallvcs nnd rights In connection with a con sideration of the en so. About half nn hour nftcr tho cbargo had been read tho Jury returned a roport, ef fectually disposing of tho Atchorloy caso In tho following language: "We, tho Orand Jurors, hcrowllh report thnt wo havo taken up tho matter of certain charges mado by Mrs. Mary Atchorley of conspiracy on tho part of tho President of tho Hoard of Health, tho Attorney Gon oral of tho Territory, tho City and County Attornoy, tho Deputy High Sheriff, (he Sheriff of the City nnd County, tho District Magistrate of (Continued on Page 4) THE BEST Fruit Is Supplied by Island Fruit Co., 72 King St. Phone 15. Take Home a Pie FROM THE PALM CAFE. t Fresh Twice a Day, tensions nnd everything clso for the Ret; n conduit for not more, thnn 13, full time tho franchise has to run. OOo feet. I would have that amend "Now, this nRrccment was handed led and hnva it for "not leas" thnn In to us shortly before wo went Into j 13,000 feet. Where, do tho pcoplo the Supervisors' meeting, and I was get off after thut 13.000 feet Is laid? supposed to votoon It without going I would llko to know. It nppcnrs to Into It so as to thoroughly under- me Hint they aro completely In tho stand what was In It. I had been told what would bo there, but 1 wasn't sure what ns thoro. You n..'i ..i.. m i. .. n,, v ii fin.i wli.i RfDiinimn hiivu will lm thorn. And that Is the way It seemed to me. " They wanted, to rusir me through railroad it, nnd 1 thotiRht I wouldn't bo rushed, thouRh I might not havo expressed myself In such pure nnd unprejudiced words as tho morning attorney company. for tho telephone "Now you seo the City nnd County Portola'sWORLDON H or s e Fell (Special Bulletin Cable.) SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 21. The hcrse ridden by the man represent ing Portola furnished the only un toward incident of today's parade. The animal became excited and in the mix-up fell with its much-be decked rider. For a time it appear ed as if the head of the whole func tion would be put out of action, but nothing scVious came of it. m Big Dam Breaks Away (Special Bulletin Cable.) SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 21. Through the bursting of the Con stantinople dam on Laxe uurxos, which provides the city with water, much damage was done and twenty- four lives were lost. The break in the dam is supposed to have occurred near the overflow, but so far an ex amination of the face of the dam is impossible. m I.lnk McCandlcss has booked to leave on tho Siberia for tho States to morrow morning. Insure in the Prudential What is the use of paying TWENTY PREMIUMS for a participating policy when you can buy a non-participating policy for only FIFTEEN PREMIUMS at a lower rate ? HAWAIIAN TRUST COMPANY, LTD.. 923 Fort Street . kfe hnnilii of tho telephone compnny. 1 ... TI,Prc nr.c ot'lcr Matures of tho ngironicnt that loolc to mo ns If tho " were getting tho short end cf It. Of cnurso if they nro not, why, that's nil right. Hut I don't think wo should Rive away valuable street rights for nothing, not while wo icp resent tho people. "Then you will notlco tho Inst pnragrnph of the aRreemcnt. Tho compnny Is protected on "very sldo (Continued on Page 4) SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 21. The most elaborate, the largest and the most magnificent civio and indus trial parade ever seen in the city of San Francisco held the attention of the Portola festival crowds today. ivery business house in tne city was represented in some way and me eninusiasm oi me crowa provea that the effort was appreciated. The floats of '(he Chinese and the Japanese were among the notable ones of the parade, the merchants of these nationalities vieing with each other in their works of Oriental splendor. All nations were represented in the parade. Standard Oil Cuts Its Rate PITTSBURG, Oct. 21. The Stand ard Oil people made a cut today of from two to eight cents a barrel on crude oil and ten cents on refined. m Spain Gets New Ministry MADRID, Oct! 21. Owing to the unrest existing throughout the country the cabinet has been forced to resign. Former Premier Moret has been asked to organize a new cabinet. ' m ZelayaWeak BLUEFTEIDS. Nicaragua. Oct. 21. Rebel forces claim that they have so tar increased their control of im portent strategio points that Presi dent Zelaya will be unable to hold out for more than a month, mm . , . , Mrs. Frank Orovcr saw her two children burned to (loath In a forest flro near I.ee, Alberta. She was so seriously burned herself Hint Mm rtlc.il Iji u fow hours,, , , , i PARADE FRISCO HARRIMAN'S PLACE i MERCHANTS A8K FUR INFORMATION ON TELEPHONE MATTER tt tt Acting on tho suggestion of it tt ProKldent KrcrtiWaldron, Oeorgo tt tt W. Smith, or Uio Public Affairs tt tt Committee of tko Merchants' As- tt tt soclntlon, has lirlttcn Mr. Carter tt tt of tho Mutual Telephone Com- tt tt pany nnd Mayor Kern' nsklng that tt tt a hearing 'ha granted the re pre- tt tt aentatlves ot the merchants on tt tt the telephone Question, by the tt ' tt compnny and by the Board of tt tt Supervisors. j . tt tt The idea of 'the merchants Is tt tt thnt they wottju llko to become tt tt acquainted with all tho details ot tt tt the proioscri agreement between tt tt tho telephone compnny and the tt tt city Supervisors. tt tt "Wo aro not taking sides. Wo tt tt merely want to bo fully In- tt tt formed," said Mr. Smith. tt tt "It is somewhat in the nature tt tt of an arbitration I guess," said tt tt Mr. Waldron over the 'phono, tt tt "We are Interested of courso In tt tt having everybody's rights pro- tt tt tcctcil and don't want unncces- tt II snry delay." tt tt tt uttttnttittattnnttttnti MORI JURY" VIEWS SCENE OF THE CRIME Actual Trial Of Sheba's Assailant Is Started v ATTORNEY CATHCART MAKES THE OPENINB STATEMENT City and County Attorney Declares THat Mori Had Knife Carefully Sharpened Before Looking for Victim, Two largo hacks this morning took the Mori Jury to Smith and Klog streets to ylow the site of the at tempted nssasslnation of S. Shoba on August 3rd last. Tho Jury was completed at 9:30 and after City and County Attorney Cath cait had made his oponlng statement for the prosecution, a brief adjourn ment was taken to permit the Terri torial Orand Jury to hear the special Instructions In tho Atcherlcy caso. The suggestion was then mado by Mr. Cathcart that the Jury bo taken to the hcene of tho crime. Tho Idea of walk Ing waB not received with much favor. Mr. grosser objecting on the ground that ft-wus quite a' distance from the Judiciary building to Smith and King streots. Outlines Case. In his opening statement to tho Jury, City and County Attorney Cathcart briefly outlined tho evidence that will be presented by the prosecution at the trial. Ho stated that tho Territory will show that Mori believed Shcha to bo an enemy, working agalpst tho best interests of the Japanese pcoplo In Hawaii. He declared that on tho day of tho attempted assassination, August 3rd last, Mori, purchasod a ion- (Continued on Page 5) White Clover Honey Soap Hollister Drug Co. thHv jfH 10,000 RUSSIANS CAN BE BROUGHT HERE Emigrants Come By The Siberia And Are Ready For - Work "I stand ready lo bring ten thou- Band Inborers like the ieoplo that you now see on the deck of this ship," was tho statement mndn by A. I-. C. Alkln ton, a member of tho Territorial Hoard of Immigration, who. returned ns a pas senger by tho Pacific Mall steamship Siberia from, the, Orient this morning. Mr. Atkinson inady tho abovo re mark concerning tho Initial consign- LOVETT IS NEW YORK, Oct. 21. Robert S. Lovett, for many years the attorney for E. H. Harriman, was today named as president of the Union Pa cific. This is taken to mean that lovett will be Harriman's successor. SATILE, Wash., Oct. 21. Appre ciating the closer union between the western states and the Orient, the faculty of the University of Wash ington have added a course in the Japanese language to the curricu lum. -m. Bulletin Business Offite Phone 258. Bulletin Editorial Room Phone IBS. RAILWAY HEAO SHIsLHLsWiullBV vSS5s3lST ' 1 9 Japanese Taught Now incut of ItusFlans, who, arrayed In tho peculiar and picturesque Riirb of their, country, arrived nt Honolulu after n . month spent In traveling by land and by sea. I "From pnsl experience with tho lm liortatlon of Hiiropean labor In tbft cane fields of Hawaii, I betlnvu that tbeco people nro ho best fitted fur that work of any nationality which bus beun tried by the planters," declared Atkin son. "Tho HiibhIiiiis withstood' the long and tedious Journey to tho Inlands In flno shniie. They ronm hero fit and ready for business. We had a little dirflciilly caused by some of the llus. slan Authorities at the Siberian fron tier but by diverting tho emigrants to Dnlney or Dnrlcn this trmiblo was overcome nnd' nothing marred Hip ser Schlatter, Healer, Dead (Special Bulletin Cable.) HASTINGS, Neb., Oct. 21. ?rancis Schlatter, who gained a nation-wide fame by posing as the Messiah, was found dead here today. Schlatter created a great furore scrrf vears ago, claiming to perform miracles. Thousands visited him to be healed of their ills. He later dropped out of sight. m-m-m- Bomb Thrown lu Munich (Special Sn 11 tin Cable.) SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 21. An anarchist threw a bomb . in the streets of Munich today," and the re sulting explosion wrecked manv of the buildings near the scene of the outrage. x. , TWO BANKS ARE ROBBED. SAN FRANCISCO. Oct 21. The Minocqua bank (Wisconsin) was dynamited today, and the thieves, who got away with a large amount of cash, are now surrounded by a posse and. are at bay.. The Reedville bank was also robbed of $6,000, and tne men escaped before the police could get on their trail -j ft. Young Men Want Classy Shoes Now-a-dtys young men are not satisfied with shoes of the ordinary style. Shoe making has advanced to such an art that it is not neces sary that they should. Today shoes are made in styles especially for young men. Young man, if you want the right kind of shoes, look over our late arrivals. Manufacturers' Tel. cully of tlio Journey from tho tlmo the parly took pasmgo on hoard tho Siberia nt Kohu until kIio picked up .a tho Hawaiian lslaiiil,thlH morning" The Itusidans rnmo hero SIS strong. The parly coiiipiisos 103 men and wo-fl men. Hie remainder being babies nnd! children. Tint the dweller on thojj shciics of eisleiii Slbeila Is n firing nilhetent to the Itooycvelt iloctrlllu of 1 a bountiful proposition of the race. Iirl amply borne out by Hie array of llttlol folk or the parly or inimigraiii. M-; berla's best crop Is Its children. Tho good old stork managed to keep , pneo with tin' rapid inineiiieiitH of tho party and before tho Itiisslnns left their native toll. "Jack" Atkinson hail , two more recruits added to his com- (Continued on Page 3) LEWIS TELLS HOW HE MAKES OUT . CONTRACTS. Hawaii County Supervisor; Has Come Back At Carl Smith REMINDS PEOPLE THAT HE WAS ONCE A LAWYER Honolii Conttact nnd Cojnty Father Who Savs He Wanted to Saved Money for People Chokes Catsi With .Other Things ThanButterj Hlto, Oct 19.- ".Imlrnan Jim l.owls' of tho Hoard of Hupervlsora, takes ex ceptions to fOi::j of tho EtatoinenW ! mado by Deputy County Attorney Carl Smith relative to the nttltUJe of thuj Hoard towmds 111 in , paitlctilarly wlthj reference lo Ihe lionolll contract. "Mr. Hnillh kicks bec.iiisa c Imvo not been consulting, him when It cuin?J to the drawing contracts, nnd,nicu; tluns particularly tho lionolll 'eon- tract." said l.owls last week. "I want) to ray that there was a vory Rnoil'rc'a- ron for not consulting Mr, Hmlth.tniidj that was hceauro he was In Honolulu it thu tlmo. Tho Deputy County Ah torney left for Honolulu while a meet; Ing of Hut Hoard of Supervisor wail In session, and lm remained thoro flirt two weeks, nut on any business of-thus wouiiiy, inn on tome privuio tuuum ui. Ills own. "It was during this time thnt tho. lionolll contract' matter caino up. and as Mr. .Smith was lu Honolulu ho could not hoYonsultcd, and if wn bad waited for him, too much tlmo would' (Continued on Page, 2) Shoe 282. 1051 Fort St. i Co.. Ltd i IU ,' ' , .1 ' ', :,-J " Vft ' '.'il '.., BJ .J.'iM.&tV,'.' 'rt$MmijMlllwW$$iWl !-- 11111 III 1 1 jM.jL :.-tulJaii- qVWa.nA'r-iL' ix.m JtCfrJS-. i-'tV 1 ' i I . &:c:'w. 'ftiwrafr'"