OCR Interpretation


Evening bulletin. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1895-1912, August 01, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Image 12

Image and text provided by University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn82016413/1910-08-01/ed-2/seq-12/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 12

r r
-'
fcNSs
nit v
r'
. .
. V
- f i
' .41 v,.uo.,i C.l-H.P'r-
f
-' ( K'fi. 1 hi ' r
I 1 . ' i
A r.
' ,
' h,
r
IS
EvEn"in"ci nULLETW, ltoNOi.tJLU, t. it., m6n"oaV, Au'6. l. '1616.
' . i
war"-
14
r4
'i
1-
V
'-.,
rvjadw.-Vftiiv.-Mjti.biwwwiWiwnoiiyw.
jfc, SPORTS
WWMOI
mnwwwiiWimn
MBS MAY KU Ml
IK SQU&flED CIRCLE
Cordell Anxious f"r Another Go at
,Ccrnyn Considers That He
, Should Have Clot Pat in Last
Round.,
Jack Cordell diopped Into tlie!
11 it 1 1 n t i olllce till morning and,
rnlil tlml lif woiilil like to lmvo an
other go against t'at Cornyn. "I
feel Hint 1 ran lieat Cornyn." said
Jack till morning. "In the Inst
round I linil him going, nnd I wns
Just wanting to land ono punch thai
would htno won tliu fight. I resteil
up from thoBeventh round to the
twelfth, and I was never dazed nl
nny time. I certainly would like to
liox Cornyn ngaln."
Joe McGurn, who I a husky youtiR
fellow, would like to have a go n
Madison, who heat Sarronl on Sat
urday night, and possibly a match
may he nrranged In tho near fulure.
Cordell iiIko said this morning that
lie thinks too many people hnd a
linger In the promoting pie and that
one 'man would please him better
than a hunch.
ft Jock shows no signs of the stren
uous stunts ho went through on Sat
urday night, and ho thinks that ho
had a little the be.t of the light.
LEAPS FROM LINER. TO
DEATH IK MIDOCEAN
Wealthy New Jersey Woinan Return
in" From Health Trip Vaults
Over Steamer Rail.
Nnw YOU1C, July in. ino
French liner La I.oralhe, which nr
rlved this morning from Havre, re
ported the loss of a woman passen
ger, Miss Klcnnor Kaiirfmau, fifty
three years old, of Klberon, N. J.,
who Jumped overboard In a dense fog
on Thursday morning. July 14, west
of the Grand Hanks. Two Bailors
taw her leap, hut nothliiR could bo
ilono to recover the woman. The
ship was qulfkly stopped, mid Cap
tain Mauras ran her baikwaid nnd
forward over the spot for more than
an hour before Riving up ull hope of
lesculng tho womnn. The woman
could hardly he seen through the fog
from the steamship's deck, ulld It was
dangerous to lower a boat, as It prob
ably would have been Immediately
Hwallnwcd up In tho foe and lost
with tho meu In It.
One of the sailors saw Miss Kauff-
man Jump overboard. He noticed
her when she came to tho promenade
deck. She walked dliectly to th'c
rail and vaulted over.
Miss Kauftmnn, who was nulto
wealthy, was tiavellng for her
liculth. Sho had spent several
months In C.erinany and Fiauco
without much bonellt, and hoped Hint
H.Kea voyage and return to this coun
try might help her. She was ac
companied by her sister, Sarah, who
was asleep when she left her state
room to end her life.
Old Lady (In drug aloro) "Hoy, can
jon change u dollar bill?" Uoy "Yes,
ma'am. How'll you hae It in qui
nine pills or cough drops?"
THE MAN BIRD HAS THE UNITED STATES
IN HIS GRIP AND IS DUE TO CHANGE THE MAP
V .',wUv.J&:, f S wT KENTUCKY . VV y' n .Jds. O&slj'
HA V,t'w Vurltl Ju'' I' I''0'' the next two months the United States is duo to do tuoro sky gitflng than during the Hitting of Halley's comot, for tho
heavens are to bo dotted with air filers. Throughout tliu country vurlous cities tiro offering prizes for lllghts n biplanes, aeroplanes, or most any
kind of air cruft that will keop going. Tho New York to St. I-ouls Might with u prUo of J30.000 conies llrst In Importance. The New York to Chicago
flight with n prize of JW.OOO comes second Then St. Louis and Kansas City ute working together for a toutid trip (light, while Louisville and C'lil
ugo aro uj und bidding for u trial. Washington Is raising J 10,000 for u flight between tho capital, lliiltlinore, Philadelphia und return. Indianapolis
wants a lllght from tho capital of Indluua to Chicago nnd return. Tho ontlro country scorns to bo In tho grip of tho air men. In New Yoik C K.
'Hamilton Is doing sensational flights with his machine, culling on sick friends, turning lu the air In tho length of his machine, diving, rising and
dally 'doing marvelous tricks that cause the crowds toigusp In wonderment. Glenn H. Curtis bus decided that tho Now Yoik to Chicago 'trip Is pos-
tkelblo and has selected u route thut
new ni! won
P. Morse Captures Honors in the
Country Club Tournament J.
C. Evans Gets Into Second
Place.
The novelty match played nt the
Oahu Country Club eslerdny was
over a very dllllcu t course and wai
greatly enjojed by all those who
took part In the piny, eapeclnll) by
the better plaers.
V V. Mum captured first prize
and J. C. i:ntin the so oml prize,
ui.it both pin) em well clihcrwcl tho
honiirs won. C P. Mnwo U II new
man at the game alid gUes promise
of becoming one of the bet players
III the InlamlH.
The scores were ns follows;
OrovB. Hep.
Net.
45
40
. 4S
5 1,
r.i;
r.7
59
in
C V Morse
J. C. Kvans
Cipl. V. W. iMVf,
T. (1111
K. II. Aruiittroiig
.. fir.
20
in
o
r,r
C4
r,r,
r.s
II. I). Slnclnlr i!7 HI
i:. O. White r. fi
II. II. Walker .... K
J 0. Young 75 10
It. A. Jordan .... 85 20
mt
r.
gr,'
I"
SHIP'S GHOSTS
. ,, mt i ttr1II1im f I 1 cTI
some an, 1 sK,oky was fo story t,.ld'sc T1,efc(J,comlmnlpg rtei,
by flvo little Knnnka sa lors who nr-!' ' , . ... -X r,,
rived Here,, on tho big freighter Vlr- a ' ome of ,., 03,574
-.. r... hii., r. .... t,iv "m the salo of current. In 190c
glnlan from Sallna Cruz cm Tuesday.
Way down below Sun Diego, in mid
odean. they discovered that thero was
a dead man aboard. He was burled
deep don ii In tho forward hatch,
pinioned fust by gicat steel binis
und weighty cargo. How did the)1
know? Why, way down Jn (ho scu off
the Mexican coast one night they
heard a ghostly and ominous lap-tap-tap
on the Iron plates of (ho big vch
sel .and every now nnd thou a ghast
ly groan resounding In tho cavernous
hold. Tho dead man's spirit was
pleading for release, nnd in tho night,
when nil was still, one could lie thero
lu the dark and llston. nnd nlwayg'the
tup-tap-tap on tho Iron plates wny
clown In tho depths of tho vessel. On
tho ship's arrival In port the awed but
positive assurances of tho llttlo brown
men wero bo convincing that a search
was made. Although tho Btocl beams
wero cm tho bottom, n thorough search
was ordered by Chief Engineer Trip
panco. No corpso was found, but they
did And u looso beam which, when
tho ship tossed nnd rolled and gtonu
ed In tho still nlr.lit, guvo out u sternly
and ominous taptup-tnp,
liven a consistent temperance ad
vocate may kick on the amount of his
water tax.
Love is hiirdly ever a cheerful loser.
Full many a trnln of thought doesn't
carry uny freight.
Occasionally a man dbes tho right
thing at the right time.
will skirt Lake Krlb.
ELECTRICITY
AND CAPITAL
Cer.ius Bulletin Shows Orowth of
Industry i.i the Last Five-Year
Period.
WASHINGTON. I ' July IP.
The magnitude of the centnl elec
tric station Indiictry In the Hulled
States ill th6 census vear of 1907 as
ccimpared with the census jcar 1902,
mid the growth during the Interven
ing live-) ear period, are shown In
the Census tltireau's special report,
now In press, on the second census
of the Ccntinl Electric Light and
Power Station) for the jear 1907.
Thee stations are defined ns those
which, exclusive of Isolated clo:trlc
plants, furnish electrlral energy for
lighting and heating; nnd power for
manufacturing and iiiIiiIuk purposes,
for street railways ulld elevators, for
rlmri!lni- lintlerlefl. etc.
Central stations are classed ns.
"commercial" and municipal "j the
former being those opcrnted under
private ownership, whether by Indi
viduals, compnnles or corporations,
nnd the latter being (hose operated
by State, city or other local govern
ments, except thoiie opernted especial
ly for Institutions.
With reference to the municipal
stations, tho report stales that these
plants are generally established pri
marily to furnish current for light
ing public buildings, streets nnd
parks. Their field of operation Is,
however, inu.li like that of tho com
merrlnl stations.
In the llrst chapter of the report,
which Is a gencrnl discussion of the
subject, it Is stated that the ten
dency to sell electricity for general
commercial use Is constantly Increas.
Iiir among electric railway com
panies,
In 191)2 thero were 251 railway
I KiiiiHcill Iau1 tti tnli turn lt tt nil n1n.
l""! - "' '-' n iii-.ii lilt inoiii.li ciuw-
thero were 330 railway companies In
this class, nnd the Income, from tho
rule of cuneiit amounted to (20,
093,302.
In 1902 the annual output of nil
electric stations mid electric- rail
ways umounted to 4,708,535,512 kil
owatt hours. In 1907 tho .output of
the two classes of stations was 10,
C2I.40M37 kilowatt hours, tho In
crease In that car as compared wit))
1902 being 5.852,871,325 , kilowatt
hours, or 122.7 per tout. In 1902
the output by electric railways form
ed 47.7 percent, of the total, but by
1907 tho proportion for such railway
had fallen to $44.9 per cent.
Regarding tho Isolated plants, the
report statea that for the puriiosc of
lighting and furnishing power for
factories, hotels, or other enterprises
a lame quantity of electricity Is gen
ernted in plants which nre operated
for tho exclusive benefit of thcli
owners. Soma of these plants sell
limit oil aumuntH of current, but they
were established as adjuncts to other
forms of business, and practically no
stutlstlis concerning them aro In
eluded lu ,the census reports. Some
of theso Isolated plants are exten
sive and have a much larRcr capacity
thnn many of the central Btntlons
At the census of 1902 It was estl
mated that there were 50,000 of
those Isolated electric plapts In the
United States.
The number of commercial and
municipal plants Increased from
3620 In 1902 to 4174 In 1307, the
Increase amounting to 1094, or 30.2
per cent. The application of the
same rate of lncieaso tb the esti
mated numbed of Isolated plants in
1002 gives an estimate cf Co, 000 for
1907.
.There were In 1907, according to
the report, upward of 30.000 indl
vldtiaH, companies, corporations an. I
municipalities, cxcliiihe of Isolated,
ele tilo plants, will h reported tbq
generation or utilization, of electrla
curient In what may be tprmoil
"commorchil enterprlsea."
These Industries represent an out
stnndliiR rnpltn'lz.itlon of 10,209.
74C.753, of which amount $l,3fi7.
338,8.'lli Is ci edited to central elec
tric stations S3.774.722.090 to
electric rallwajs, S14,filC004 to
cominerclnl or mutual telephone com
panleK, and $253,019,817 to telo
Rrnph companies, the lalter Item
In'lmlll.g $:I2,"2C,242, the cnpllnl
stock of wlieless telegraph com
panies. The report ktates Hint the muni
cipal stations nie practically exemp
from the consolidations Hint M t'
ctuentl) occur among commercial
companies, and this fact no doubt
accounts In large part for tho pro
portionate!) greater Increase discov
ered In the former clas of statlon-i.
S'ot only was there n largo Increase
In the number of mttnl:lpal .stations,
but nn anal)sls of tho repoit rhows
that, although 33 municipal stations
which reiiorted Ip lDfi had heconin
commercial statloi;s in 1907, 113
btnlions which were reported ns com
mercial In 1902 had become niunlcl.
pal In 1907.
BIG RAID MADE ON
CHINESE SMUGGLERS
Forty Orientals Arrested in Santa
Cruz County $12,000 Worth of
Drug- Found.
WATSONVILLE, July 1C Cm.
unties aRalnst opium dealcni,-pTompt
ed by tliu Stato Hoard of Pharmacy.
culminated tonight In the arreBt of
forty Chinese, nt Santa Cruz, Sallnns,
Monterey nnd here. Tho arrests
were made by local officers In" oacl
city nfter Fred A. Ilrown and Harry
Ahord, Inspectors for the board, had
guided the authorities to tho places
where the opium Is alleged to have
been sold, and In some cases smoked.
Opium valued at about $12,000
was obtained us evidence In the four
cities, llesldps this, a large amount
of paraphemaUa for smoking tho
drug was found and tuken to be. In
troduced uh evldcnci) against (ho al
leged dealers. The, majority of the
opium wns found In Salinas, Santa
Cruz nnd Monteiej,'. Ono Chinese
here wns cnugl)t In the art of smok
lug. officers aver,
The raids were made quietly .and
little excitement nttondod the en
trance of tho officers into the various
Chinese quarters. Suspects arrested
at Santa Cruz were placed In Jail
there. Prisoners from tho other
towiiB wero Jailed at Salinas.
A wholesale houso In San I'ran.
Cisco arranged with Attorney (leorgo
W. Smith hero to look after the legal
interests of the men. He will mako
an attempt to get them released on
bonds. Tho technical charge against
the prlSqucrs Is having opium II
legally In their possession.
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA.
It Is suggested that eczema suffer
ers ask the Honolulu Drug Co., of this
city what reports ho Is Retting from
tho patients who havo used tllo oil of
wlntergrccn liquid compound, I). 1), I),
1'iescrlptlon.
an
Finest Table
One thing is certainPuritan Creamery
Butter is the best butter in this market. Sweet
and fresh. Always uniform in quality.
Henry
Leading Grocers .
AMUSEMENTS.
Baseball
Honolulu Athletic Park
K SPECIAL SERIES
SATURDAY, AUGUST 0:
C. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
, ,p. C, ALUMNI, vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, AUGUST 7:
U. S. M. C. vs. C. A. C.
'P. A. C. Vs. WASEDA
Admission 25c, 50c. nnd 75c,
Sox Plan for Season Tickets at
Chambers Drue Co.
1S5 editorial rooms J50 butt
nesr office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Si
miwrj- Jib
mm
ftSSuBSSlF.SSSSSSSSK
issBsssslfl&V. B5f-B
Hn8 I BR!m& j-vglssssssW
k 1 BJHi'iviiiiLiisssssB
jfoNOtUUJ UHTINC&B
Jreyin0"' sffl$mk
-attlllar' S
JBf WW imr
M OTRBd
May &
GORE WILL TELL OF I
INDIAN-LAND BRIBERY
Congressman Burke Calls a Meeting
of Committee to Probe the Charges.
I'lHItnn (S. D.), July 17. Con
Riessmau llurke, chnlrman or tho
House commlttco appointed at tho
trntt session of Congress to investigate
charges of bribery In legislation deal
ing with the nalo of Indian lands
inuile by United States Senator Oore
agalmct William Mc.Murray of McAlls
tor Okla.. has notified the members
of tho committee lui'nsscmble nt Mus
kogee, Olda., on Aliguit 4th. The In
vestigation will begin on that date.
Senator (loro has ngrecd to be pre
sent nt tho meeting of tho commlttco,
accoidlng to Congressman llurke, who,
has returned from Mankato, Minn.,
whoro ho hold a conference with the
Senator.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
tCx&jf7&&&ti
Signature
(Jet busy and start something even
If It Is only n bank account.
TOR the stomach's sake an
occasional glass of beer is
very good. It is a well estab
lished fact that
PRIMO
contains corrective arid tonic
qualities which make it invalu
able to the run-down system.
Apart from its medicinal pro
perties PRIM0, is an ideal
beverage, well-suited to the
requisitions of this climate.
Sai
TheJcer That's J)rewed
To Suit Tlie Chmeie
JX$tfggg?7V".
Butter
t
Co., Ltd.
i i
Phone 22
AMUSEMENTS.
New Orpheum
t
(Phone for Good Seats, CC0)
LAST SIX NIGHTS OF
CASINO MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
O'Grady's Friend'
Monday, Tuesday, "Wednesday
August 1, 2, 3
Funniest of, Them All!
Everything New!
A GOOD SEAT FOR 25c
PRICES 25c. 50c and 75o
Inter Island nnd O. It. & L. shipping
' books for sale at tho B u 1 1 o 1 1 n
oltlrn Mn each,
t
BEER
.' J..Tiltt'Jfe, im:;,Tttiijdmiiiti?;JL,i,,il .
"-i.U,'. , '-r,'4illlWial-;6

xml | txt