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. i1-' i 'I'r-' ;'? W '"' x f'"V 4 '$ EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912. Tiaii I v OT.7ir iiTn TRFrTn nriTr'o nil i nrro HAWAIIAN FIRE CLAIMS VALID BY HOUSE I01MI, MUNU INIU OrtLlll. UCN ED l.ilAIUIW M MADE i-& ' ', ' ' : f Declares He Did Not Order Ti- tanio Speeded Up Story of Dinner False, He Says. .1. ItrnpA lamnv lit rtnt tvlth n Inn, rsln'cmcnt now. Tho limn whoso ncllons linvo nroiis- Fed almost tho only personal "criticism loul of all tho hnstB of rumo.-s after tlio aurerk nf llm Tllniili, l,nu l,r.ntt alii,,, (rjinlo speech. 'urder lo Ret out of tho leo zono, or any ,.. " On tho nlpht of April 21 tho chair., u-nrdn In Hint nlTirl. ,..--. - .. ...u ., ,,,,,. ,,,.. niiiiiH , man of tho While Star Lino mndo his , statement. Ho ilenlcs that ho had , omitting to do with tho navigation of . the vessel nnd declares Hint ho did tint rouiult with lis tnptnln rcRardlnR Its. conduct at sen. and made no Ritggcs- tloil OS to the COlirSO or Oilier hand-! ling of tho ship. I He exercised no prlvlleRo that did not belong to any other first-class pas .ISCtlCOr. 110 dectaVod: did not Sit nt HlO jQ-aplHln'a Inblo and was not dlnliiR fw-itli him nt tho llmo of tho nccldcnl, - nn. I. In fact, was In bed when tho col-: llslon occurred. IIo Imil no Iden of rcliimlnii lo Ku-I ropo partlculnrly to avoid appearlnR ' at the Senatorial Investigation, ho, adds, and only know Hint Hie Invest! cntlon wns pendliiR wlien Informed of Lit nt tho pier nt tho Carpathian arrlv fnl. ITcxl of Statement. Inmny s Btnlenicnl follows- "When I npiiearcil beforo Iho Senate Icommlllco I'rldny mornliiK I supposed, the purpose of tho Inquiry was to as-1 certain tho cniih nf Hie slnkliiR of tho, Titanic, with it view to determining' whether nddilloiinl lcRlslntlou was rc ' quired lo prevent tho recurrence of bo horrlblo a disaster. "f welcomed such nn Inquiry nnd np- i.eared voluntarily without subpoena nnd nnswered all questions put lo mo by tho members of tho commltlco lo t.lhcvbest of my ability, with complete iraiiKiicss nmi wiinoui reserve, i uiu not Biipposo tho question of my per- Bonnl conduct was Iho subject of In-' qulry, although I wns ready lo loll ov-' ervlhlng I did on tho night of tho col-, llslon. "As 1 linvo been subpoenaed to at- i tend beforo Iho commlltoo In Wnsh-'tr Mngton tomorrow I should prefer id make nn public statement nut of re- spect for tho committee, but I doaiot think that courtesy requires mo (o bo silent in the fnco of tho untrue state-, nicntB made In soino of tho nowspa- pors. wncn 1 wns on uoani uio jnnuic at Southampton April in It was my In- tendon (o lot urn by her. I had nn in- tentlon of remaining in tho United IRlntcs nt that time. I enmo merely lo lobscno tho now vessel, ns I had dono Jin Iho case of other vessels of our (line. - "During tho voyngo I wns n passon- per nud exorcised no grentcr rights or I'rn Hopes limn any oiner passenger, i .-no precatiiinn which insures snio nav awns not consulted by the enmmnndor Igntlou is to bo considered excessive.' laboiit Iho ship, lis course, speed, navl - jKf.'lon or Its conduct nt ca. All tho I ho only inrormallou l ever recolv Imntters wero under tho exclusive con- cd tin Iho ship that other vessels had Ilrnl of tho cnplnln. I saw Captain Smith only casually, as cither passcn - gerB did. I wns never In his room; 1. jnnu nuiii ,.u .iu iiiuHu min uiu nu - Val.Innl I .lis! atr tilt n( , Inliln ! lm ... ...., . ... .. ... -. - DRESS REFORM SPLENDID CrW FIRST PRI7FF XS!?V cr,--,Mn OS FIRST PRIZEE. SNAPPY DESIGN yftfycK snappy design llfJs prize. lStt Yt&XA STREET GOWN ' ' .rlOTff AWARDED FOR I STREET GOWN ZnJj COMPOSED BY WjVJ l V Vv. lij composed jsririGVX HKtNSACK.NJ iiWs CTniL, ml ii piwriegrove.ia r,;A,-dof- 4m striking m vavij H wnrtWSvWfcJWl' 1 witk hjmp IUfjllli n SKIRT SlSlft f ?? VT' A c i fm AcccfSr7.c3 rJrfr creation. jfiBM y uAr 1 iiJtffiSiffl7 s SaMCtmc filL Uos,Bnecl i'jHV w UV I I HS """", 41111 'Ifts! ml v M jSBMPi Furni&heci MUMIIIi V OLEAN, 'VSP ' I t 'fr'ULvr nl Hill v NY. Sitf 1. I mTr 1o'H,'6 vHlll) Composed Kimono made. I A fitly I 'mm-JLXA. rf":e mill OF Antique op LEATHER 'A Pv 1 EkS?!rt3 Bit III STRIPED JEAN1 FROM OLD ' ftilQ)S& I 4BHWjT WL BU1t?om.CORA' Very tasly effect. I iiussv walking d2 i,orcrcLSk Muff El onovoM ME:Pllir "AINC,?t - OF S$r&i fWtfL N J HARNESS, (if hJ Cmll R0CHTtR W Jr "" . PLYMomflft.ffoJ;5 :& , "Y B V &M madeof skx rock Kiffisaq c-' pofcmxll oiLCLoirw.ftsasi8n a, CHICKEN WggmfS' L ' CHesTtR-d Pl4lS.'ffll 'TH JVSMiBrSil ? saloon. 1 hnd not IbIIci! tho rnglno passenger deck on llio afternoon of room nor gono through I lie Blilp, iiikIi Hum'ny. April 11, I rend the Icloginm did nnt go, or attempt In go, to nny'insiinlly nnd put It Into my pocket, part of I ho ship lo whlrh any other "At about in minutes past 7 o'clock, first-class tnbln passingcr did not whllo I uai silting In tlio Hinoklng linvo at cess. loom, Captain Smith eamo In nnd ask- Record-Breaklng Denied. I It Is absolutely nnd unqualifiedly fnloo Hint I mrr k.iI.1 I wlslinil tlm TI mMn ,w.nhl mnWn n miccd record or, Bhmihl InerenRO Its dnlly runs; I dcny absolutely havlim Hold lo any' person! ... ,. , .. i I.. iiini wn wfiiiiu iiirit-HKii mil nin'i.ii iii.inti niniji'i i. I "As I havo already testlllod, at no time did the Titanic, diirlnK llio voy. ncc. ollaln Its full sliced. It wns not. expected Hint It would rcneh New York beforo Wcdncsdny mornliiR. HI t jmd been pressed It could probably Imvn nrrlveil Tiirmlnv ovrnlnir. "Tho statement lhat tho Whlto Star Mm? would receive nn additional Bum by way nf bounty or" otherwise for at- Intuitu, n f-nrfnlii ulmnrl tu nlianlilf nlv uniruo. Tho Wilto Star Uno receives from tho Ilrltlsh aovenimcnt n llxed compensation of 70,non per annum tor rnrnlnc tlm malls, without reEard in sneed of nnv of its vessels, nnd no ailillllnnal sum Is paid on account of nnv Inrrenso In sneed. Never Consulted by Captain, "1 was never consulted by Captain Smith nor by any other person, nor did I over make any siikrobHoiis what soover to any human beliiR nhnut tho course of llio ship. Tho Tllnulc, ns I am Informed, wns on the southernmost westbound Hack of trans-AHnnllo Rtcnmshlns. The tracks, or lanes, wcro ilcElRnalcd many years npo by nRree- inont nf nil the Important stcninnhlp lines, and all captains of (ho Whlto Star I.lno aro required to nnvlRato Ihelr versels as closely as possible on these tracks, subject to tho following standliiR instructions: "'Commanders must distinctly mv dcrstaud that tho Issuanco of these rcRiilnllons does not in any wny rc novo mom iroin rcnpnnsiuiuiy inr llio safe and orflclent navlRntlon of their respective vessels, and thoy aro also enjoined to remember that (hoy must run no risk which might by nny possl blllty result in accident lo Ihelr ships. "'It Is to bo hoped (hat thoy will ov- bear lq mind that tho safety of tho lives and property Intrusted (o their caie is tho ruling pilnclplo that gov- cms them in tlio navigation of their vessels nnd that no supposed gnln in CMicdltlon or saving in t lino on Iho vnyngo Is to be purrhnsod at tho risk ;oi ncciucni. i no coinpnny ucsiros ioT niuiiiutui itir iih vessels n rupuinuon for safety nnd only looks for siicliltho forward (ollnpsililo boat on tho speed on tho various voyagos as Is starboard sldo. I assisted In this work consistent with snfo and prudent nav J and all tho women Hint wero on this ipation. Commanders aro reminded Hint Iho steamers aro toji great extent un- i insured nnd Hint their own livelihood ns well ns tho company's success do- ponds upon Immunity from ncclricnts. , Message from Daltlc. sighted leo was by a wireless messago i received from Hie name, which I havo already lostincd lo. This was handed - 1. inu .. inni.i nniiiu iiiiiuui iy m nlr I ln II till linuclllir R1A n I IA -- - , - THE OTILIl? PERPETRATED BY WALTMCPOUGALL : A5 VARIOUS HUSBANDS INTERPRET IT I RESULT OFOUR ECONOMY COMPETITION. BY oil mo to gio Mm the. messngo t re reived from tho tlnlllo In order to post It fur tho Infnrmnt Inn nf Mm nUmn. I bnnilrd It lo Mm nml nnlMni! fnrilw.r wns snld by cllhcr of ns. 1 did not speak lo any of tho other ofllcers on i. ....i.e., "If tho Information 1 received limit nrntif.edaitv nniirehcnslnn In mv mlinl. which It did not, I should not linvo ventured to make any siirrcsIIoh to n commander of Captain Smith's exnerl-l cure. Tho responsibility for Iho nnvi- Ration of tho ship icstcd Bolcly with him. Dinner Report False. "It bns been staled Hint Captain Smith and I wcro hnvltiR n dinner pnr-'lcnn authorities at Honolulu dcstro)edspoctlo ambassadors, made lepresen ty In olio of Hie saloons frn-n ".in to1 by llro many liulldliiRs nnd other prop- tntlona In Ibis nneriinient resiieclliiR ln.;ii) Huiidny nlRht and at Iho lime of llio collision rnplaln Smith wns Hlttlnit, with inn in tlio snloon. "Until of those statements nro abso lutely false. 1 did not dine with the Captain, nor did 1 sec bl in during tho evening or April II. Tho doctor dined with mo in Iho restaurant nt 7:20 ami I went dlieclly to my Rtatcroom and went to lied nbout in. SO. I was' asleep when Iho collision occurred, I felt a Jar, went out Into tho pnssaRowny without dressing, met n stownrd, ask ed him whnl wns tho matter and ho said bo did not know. I returned to my room. I felt the ship stow down, put on nil overrent over my pnjstnns and went up on tho brldgo dock nnd on the bridge. I asked Captain Smith wbnt wns tho matter nnd ho said wo bad struck ice. "I nsked him whether ho HioiiRht It serious and ho hnld ho did. On return ing to my room I met tho cM"f engi neer nnd nsked him whether ho thought tho damage, serious nnd bo tald ho thought it was. "I then returned lo my room nnd put on n suit of clothes. I had been in my overcoat nnd pajamas up to this time. I then went bnck to tlioi boat deck and heard Captain Smith give the order (o clear tho boats. I helped In this work for nearly two hours, as far as I can Judge. I "I worked nt tho stnrbonrd bow. helping women and children Into tho r uuiim nnu Hi;illlK llll-lll llui UIU Mill', i, 1 did nothing with regard to Iho boats d' on the port sldo. Ily that Hmo every vw,n,lm, llfn.o. m, .!. .Inrl.nnr.l l,ln boats nnd lowering Ihem over Iho stile. wooden lifeboat on tho starboard sldo nnu neon lowereu uwny, nnu i iniiiui mui im-y wuio cukukcu in kciuiik utu deck wcio holpcd. Into tho boats. Tlioy wero nil, I think, third-class passon-," gcrs. No Woman In Sight. "As (ho boat was going over (ho sldo, Mr. Cnrler. n pnsscnRcr. nnd my- bclf got In. At Hint time thcro was not a womnn on Iho boat deck, nor nnv passengers or any class so rar as wo .Manuel ucrns, a shipbuilder, gave cvl could see or hear. Tho boat had bo-denco as follows: tvveen ;ij and 40 In It. I should think, most of Ihem women. I hero wcro perhaps rour or nvo men, nnu It wns nflerwnrd discovered (hat thcro wore i " w uv, iiiu llllirtFf U I tl lllO fft 1 nttt 1T 1 1 n tntl t f tm - - . Discussing the Hawaiian lire claims before. Congress, tlio Commlltoo on ("alms ropoile.l ns follows. I , ,., , , i Tho Commltlco on Claims, to whom was refened the bill (S. 2819) to rc- imburso llro Insurnnco companion for I'Wonts mndo for property destroyed by flro III suppressing bubonic plaRtio In Hawaii, linvlni? considered the same, icnort thereon with a rooomnicneln- ,lon ,l,nt " t,( I"188 w'" 'ho follow Inn inmnnilnin.it! ' n lmK 2- '" "no " r Bnl'' Somite bill, after llio word "dollars," Insert -- .... . ords "Cnladonln Insurance Co.,' "' l-dltiburg, Scotland. Jmii." In support of this favorable leporl' our committee submit tho following facts - In tho yenrs 1809 and 1900, In ordci to prevent tho sprrnd of tho bubonic plaRiio In Honolulu, Hawaii, Iho Amer-, erty In n IarRo portion of tho infested I nlatrlrt. Iho lu3urnnco companies named In tho accompanying bill had Rood nnd alld nutstandliiR policies upon tho property thus destroyed. Sov-I !eral (est suits wcro brought by tho policy holders to recover Iho amount or their losses under such policies, and in each case tho polk") holder ru- covered Judgment. This cntlro mat- (or was examined fly llio Senato Com mittee on Claims and n fauirnblo re port mndo in three Instnuccs. Your commltlco refers lo Senate Heport No. 19.12, rifly-sciveiiHi Congress, first ses sion: to Senate Heport No. 19."., Six Heth Congress, first session; and to Senato ltcport No. 22S. Hhty-sccolid wcro compelled (o pay. They becanio Congress, second session. subrogated In all of Iho rights of the Tho several companies nnmed In Iho properly owners nnd It Is the plain bill actually pnld the amounts named duly of the tlnvcrnment to pay bnck In thq bltt to tho policy holders and to Iho (nmpanlcs (bo amounts they havo furnished satisfactory proof In wcro l hits, compelled to pay because Iho form of receipts, acknowledge of Iho net of Iho (lovcrnment In de ments, nllldnvtlB, proofs of loss, trans-1 strnylng Iho properly. STRANDED HINDUS From down tit Suva PIJI, there b.is '- ' "-"""' "" f how thlrt or f.irly Hindus n.irn.wly ,... ., .... ..... , cnpcil being dumped on the bejeh biro left stranded. 1hu story Is told In prnrrtillngs bo roro the llrlllsli (oininlssloni r there, (bo riiiijablH liuvlng been trying to get lmny fr"n tllp coln,llM on u number """", un" ,or " "'"'""T "' lms. jiii-r uniiiii-, ii sceuix, niinn'iiri-M-iuu- (tlons wero mndo mid tho row ensuing Unully wounded up In legul action. Hnnnltilu Is nientliined several times ns tho place where the Punjabis wero likely to Imve liecn left, una witness, "1 know the Punjabis. lncludliiR three! men In court, and have bail dealings with theni. One day my clerk nnd ns slstnut, joung Ashley, r.imo to my i jimeo nnu Ha III u lot or PiuiJ.llils want- .. I ,.,, (U K a) iiiitTK'il. II1MI 1 I1IK I (in nble (o do a deal with theinj there might bo something In It About No illstaneo t lint Iho boat had lo bo low ered Into (ho water vvaa, I Hhoiilil ch(I mate, nbout 20 feet. "Mr. Cnrler nnd I did not gel Into tho boat until after (boy had begun lo t lower it nvn. when Iho boat rraeh oil Iho water I helped row II, pimhlng tho our from me n I Bat. This Ik tlio explanation of tho fact Hint my back wns to tho sinking steamer. I l Itn lirm. us,iilit Imvn numtntimulnl. Oil rcrtnlnly hIx or nioro pnsnengor In addition If Ihero bad been nny nn Iho deck to go. TIicho fael enn bo riiIi-Ht.-ftillaleil liv V. R Cnrler nf I'lilln.' ! dolphin, who got In nl tho time I did nnd vvnn rowing tho boat with me. "I hopo I need not nny Hint neither Mr. Carter nor inyxclf would for imo inomeiit havo thought of gelling Into llio bout hml (hero been nny women liter,. In irn Inln II. nnr tdinnlil I li.in I dono ito If I l:ad thought that by ro- mmuing no ino Hiup i rouiii uavo ueen of tho HllghtoHt fuitbcr asHlKtaneo. It Is ImpoRslblo for mo lo answer overy IiiIko Htiitemeut, minor or Invention (lint hnH nppcared In tho newKpaperH. "I nm prjpaied to niiRor nny rjucH Hon that 'nny bo nuked by tho com mltteo of tho Seim'o or nny other ro- eponslblo pefHon, 1 tdiall, thernforo, mnko no further Mntcmont of thhi kind, except to explain Iho ineusagca Unit I sent from tho Cnrpnlhln. Theso inoBuages linvo hoeu completely tula underHlooil, Ignorance of Inquiry. "An Inferoneo hn been drawn from them Hint I wan anxlnim lo avoid tho Kennlo cominlltrq'H Imiulry which It was Intended lo hold In New York. Ab a matter of fait, when dlnpatchlni; IhoHo mesangcH I had not tho slightest Idea that uny Innuiry was contcinulnt oil mid I had no information regarding it until Iho arrival of Iho Carpathla at tho Cunnrd dock on Thursday night, when I wn Informed by Senntors iHinllh and Now lauds of tho appoint ment or tho special commlttco to hold tho Inquiry. "Tlio only purposo I had in sending theso messages was to oxpieaB my de sire lo havo tho rrow returned to their homos in England for their own bene fit at tho earliest posslhlo moment, nnd Sachs for Dry Goods crlpts of Judgments, satisfaction ploc c. etc . to establish llio payment, . N" nppioprlnllon lins liorctofr.ro been innilo to cover tlio InaseB men tonc(i tll0 ,)C,K ,. Tl.o tolnl nmoiint provided for In this bill In $82.971.. of which JIIUOO In for American companies, $30,80i) for Ccrmnti comimtilos. and 138.775 for Kiv gtlsh coiniinnloa. After tho lire, which was ordered by tho (lnvcriimcnl of the t'nllcd Stales, C'onRress promptly rcc .,ln,t ,l.n l.nl.tlti,. nr il. rl.. ... .ni.iii.vti nu iiiiimiiij hi tnw ji,,u,ii ment for nil losses sustained by rtn son thereof, and nnld snld lossos. with (he exception of tho losses paid to llio policy holdcrB by tho insurnnco com panics. The recommendation mndo by your commlllco does not inuluilo any nc mind Inlcrrst, costB of suit, or nttor- ne)s' fees. The KiirIIsii nnd Cermnu (lovcrnnionls hae, IbrouRh their re' lie payment of Iho claims of tho com panics of Ihelr lespeitlvo (Jovern mcnls, and Iho Secretary of Stnlo at the Hmo (lion. Kllhii Itootf, hnlug In cntlcated tho situation, recommend ed such loRltdatlon. Tills recomtneii ilnllnn Is concurred In by ids siircen- Mir, Iho present Secretnry of Stnlo A plague existed In Honolulu. The authorities decided that It could bo slumped out only by burning nnd do Biro lug Hits properly. Tho cnmpnnlcs mndo the defense. Hint, since tho (Sovcrnmcnt had dc: troyed tho property, they should not bo held In pay the loss, but tho courts held otherwise ami the companies WERE TO HAVE venibcr !8 they spoke to ine about cnlllc- In II,,iw,Iii1m i.r Vmnrli", I ui,l,l , "'"RU, llm, did u w Anicrkj I s -,J''",,?i .xpuislve. n ml SUgROted they should go lo Honolulu. nnd work tberci mid eurii some iiinney, mid then g lo I'uiuiin.i, uhiru they were cutting Hie cmi.il. I asked what mniic they had, mid said I wanted ." npb-eo tor my trouble. I would then ! ,, th thrin to Honolulu, act n iiR. - nt. nnd Ret tlu-m puhsuro In n sugar imni iroin Honolulu in l'un.iiua I spenk Hprndsh I would then return to PIJI. 1 wrote two letter to the bcudiiuiir-' (crs at llnnoliibi, nnd tried to Ret p.is- ' sngo Tor tbrin In the IT H H fn.'s ' strainer to Honolulu, hut was told It was linpiMHll.lp. When f got answer fioin Honolulu, kicked tbrin nut I told them their passage In Honolulu i would cost C12 Ids mid nsked If tliey hud uny money They nnswered yes. one mrercd mo cto and said the nth ers would all brine monev I rifne,l - " - - . .. - . lo in lie i nc money, ns I mn a poor , mini mid might spend It nml g-t Into trouble" i I nlHo was naturally anxious (o return lo my family, but left tho matter of my return cnlliely lo our rcprcsontn I the In Now York. I "1 deeply regret that I nm compolled lo miiKe nnv peiBonnl statement uhn' in) Whole (bought Is on the horroi of llm dlt.nr.ler. In building llm Titanic It was tho hope of my associates ami mjself Hint we had built a vessel which could not Iw destroed b Iho perils of tho Mia or Hie dangers of nnv Igntlou. Tho ovcut has proved the fu Hilly of thai hopo. I "Present legal requirements havol prnlod liimleipinto. They must boi changed: but whthcr thoy are chnug-i ed or not, Ibis awful cxporlenro luuj taught Iho steamship owners of Hie' world that tio inueli rellnnco has bcoii placed on wulurtlfeht c-oiniiartmonlH ami on wire ess telecianliv. nml llmv must ecpilp every Vessel with llfebonis nnd rnfta siilliclcnt lo providn tor ov- ery soul on board anil tiiilllrieut men to handlo them." AT THE HOTELS ALEXANDER YOUNG. C V Olrelu, Hwiij J Miller, city V i: Deveieiix, cllyj J O. II. Archer, cltj ; II K lllshop, llllo; Fred I' l.neliN, clly; It. It Kline1. Hun I'mne'lsen, Oil.; A II Kennedy, Ijili.ilmi; II. JC. Holmes, llllo: Jumcx Kennedy and wife, Ijiliiilim; II McCiibliln, Uilmliui; II II Wiltl.lns, Hehollelil lbirriie-ks: J J. Winter, Hrhoileld lliirrncks; n Pur. her nnd wife, Hchollebl Itarraclis; J. rusroth, Mwiii J It. Ilergstroiii, c W city i Thus Hmltb, K H Hiorrii; I.ouls A Hlnucii, Wiilnieii, e).ihuj I) Tyler. Tni-omn. Vmli.i Mrs. John W Pulls nnd maid. Muiiplile; II. Midler, Mu- 1IUM, l I V i; Wilder, l.eleliu.i: I A. Dlehn Hlngnporej Alfred llntTiniili, 1 llverinen; Mrs llorfmun, llvermen: V jOriieln nnd wife, Nanking; Martin I riruiie, II i: lloiidlette; Mrs C P Ipemmor, Mrs KHm Heynolds, Mrs Jo. soph Polej Mrs .1 - Doberty. Hebn I H'lil IlinraekH; Dr, James It. llnviies, Kel-otleld lbirriie-ks: V. A. Cedtrell. eltv; Jiuiies I) l.eventon. city; I" I Pr n-'bor't. Wiiiiiiilur J .lorBeiiien, II nli ln- I' Mi'kln: H K. 1'iiel.etl. Ko. ) K. mil, m .toiin I) Pimm, P"su iieiiii Cil : Mlsii, Annette Tloovre. Pasu ,ion., (..i . ) Tl Vfller Knhpl.ilMlsH I t-Mix- Mr,,i,id. Schoflebl nllrrncUs: 1 i.- n-.vl.on cltv; v. It Oreenwell, Knlckalu- A. flarcla. Wiilluku; Joo do Hego, Walluku. rii in mi r7 BcrJartin Go'UKpr Investigate The various makes of clothing in this town and the chances arc in favor of " BENJAMINS." There is something entirely dif ferent in these garments not found, in other makes. We guarantee every suit that leaves this house. WE INVITE COMPARISON THE CLARION Corner Fort and HUGE QUIT TRIP TO Dicl.iUiig tb.it he will give up his piopo..ed lil mound th world If nee- ) lo nuy pi iii.niiiuiu mid light ''In tnso Ihinukh, tluirgi. I.ltlle, lliu )ung Kt LiuiIh iitiurm-y who shipped on lliu windjammer IMvvurd Sewull there mid who Is prei-slug tho 110,000 I liliel ult ugaliiKt lliu ship, this niorn I lug bald Unit iiIIIkmikIi the semiian who iilalms the damages for Injuries ro letivLil on board Is a nnoriumi. nlenty of funds nro forthciiiuliigtu curry the ciihu to till) lltilsb. I. title bns been one of (lie suiirles , 111 Iho cuse IIo Is a nieinlier of tho : trio ot ' mlllbui.ilro Irauips" Dupoiit, ' rriincls mid l.ltlln who mn working i their vvuy around tho world althoili;ll between tin in thej represent more, lull lloiiH Ihuii ll's easy to think nbout Tho se-.iman, Prank Sulllvmi, reeelvi-d lu Jurli s on hoard the khlp for which ho lit Us $10,000 dmiiagos, mid the enso H imw In Lourl Tlio defenso is given until 4 o'clock Ibis afternoon to llio Its mihwer to tho suit ' l.llllo Wits udmilteil lo the local bar BROUGHT UP I lling a cl.iini for posHc-Klmi of tho lilund of t'altui i .i. ilenr Maul and Joseph KiiiiI.oi have miuounced their ete tiriiillu. tiuii lo opt u it lll'lit iniabiit Jndse lli'iiy i: Cooper for the pod.es slon of that pleco of properly. Jot.h doubt was expressed by those familiar will) the ciiso this morning vvlnitlur Hotel Streets 3E3Cl WIN CASE HEIf bevirnt iIuh ago He has n reputation In bis own home illy us u Flirevvil nuiig n It or no And when be Mild that he'd see (bit iiiso tbroiiKh to Iho iliiish ir II io.it him hit trip, lie nu ant It. Jmt vvheie llm ruinls huo ccuiio frmit Is not iimiIu iml.lpi-, but It M'cms In bo a fait II lit thcro Is plenty of money so that the seuiuan will bo ublu to stuy In lloniilulii wnllo tho vaso Is fuuglit out. I. Itlln mid Attorney (.'uny. who li with him In llio e4ise. seeunccl very eou lldi nt or their ground this morning, 'I hey I, ill ed us If they bad hiiihIIiIij "up Ihelr nUi'io." DMlict Attorney llreckons ns been r tallied to repieseut Ibei ilefeni-e. "I'm willing to rcire-Eo the trip In seo Justice done tills man," said l.lltln tide niornlng "I siiipoi,o there. Is mini) senilmtnt coiiuc-ctcd with It Ho was n llliuiuito or mine, mid If I l-.ui help him now. Pin In tlm tight to stay There's nothing In It fur mo except to see that bo gets Justice done him' the. law of iidviTM.' pussoslou would huo a fuvornblo bearing em the now e'laliuiinls' case I -luiil and Kiiulina nssert that for tint sum oi one nounr, paid Annlo Itluger, descendant f JiiIiiimhi lteswlck Wlll.ln M.n, mi iillcged "oriEhiMl" owner, Ihey r.ci-lvcd llllo to Hip laud, gri'iited h'T 111 1H1I5 by ti will of Wllklnmn, pin. baled by Judge Jccepli ft .Mooro 111 ttia Now Zealand Kuprcuifl Couit Juilgts Cis.jur apparently Is nottmirb lioiibled by tho" iippenrunco of tho now elglmants. but declined to discuss. thrj enve today, saying ho preferred to wait until Maul nnd Kuuhn.i have taken their cam Into court nnd ho Is culled upon to defend his title to tho land, m : i:n -' i v ;- "'S' . 4 -53 &. 4 -M. m A jU "i i . . ltn'i'i f ftftiini I . tii. ,.