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v Kvonlng Bulletin. Est. 1852, No. 5278
t Hawaiian Star, Vol. XX;N'o. 6319.
14 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF ILVWAI I, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1912.-14 IMAGES.
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Miss Henry and Robinson Are
Found in Kaipapau Valley.
Left Others Yesterday
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. (Special to Star-Bulletin)
J. P. COOKE'S HESI DENCE, Kal
papou, Oahu. 2:30 .o'clock p. m. A
native has' Just arrived with word
.that - Miss Ituth Henry and Harold
Robinson, two of the missing teach
era who, have been lost In the moun
tains for three days, Jiave been found
in Kaipapau Valley. Miss Henry and
Robinson say they separated from the
other three members of the party yes
terday afternoon. The others, they
Bay,, went on ahead and the party of
searchers which found the two are
following the trail and expect to come
up with the others before nightfall.
Tle first report received here- was
to the effect that the entire party had
been found and that, all wero, well.
Word has t been sent -to the other
searching parties , to concentrate in
tho Kaipapau Valleyi and the search
will Te pursued from this ; point, by
the combined forces
' No details were given as to , the
physical condition , of , the . wanderers.
Members ct - the : searching party
which discovered Robinson andtMIss
Henry are on their way In with the
icsc;;r1 ones. X ' ' .
. While the rnany - searching; .parties
r. are tirelessly forging" their ; way
. thrnurh t!;ckctai-ami lramljIcs."ovfr
rocks, "uhJUr.ucr lowl-hanjing branches
ii ;i (."-! to, locate the ; other, lost
tcAchfrR,' fcrty Japanese laborers from
WHimanalo plantation. Is scouring the
. country between WairnanaH and Kai
luaiin an effort to locate Ta Japanese
" banana planter named Yamura Tokl
uchl, who has been lost In the forests
pomew here , between " Waimanalo and
v Kallurf since June 13.
Tokiuchl. who was unmarried and 26
years of age, , was Invited , to attend a
' gathering to' be given hy , one' of his
friends at Waimanalo plantation on
Sunday, June 13. Tokluchi's banana
, plantation is at Kallua and Is five miles
by the road from Waimanalo, to To-
kiuchi decided to" take a short cut. He
truck out through the-woods and that
was the. last ever heard, from' him. ,
When ho did not arrive, hVs friends
decided to goand bring' him, but' on
arrival at .Tokluchi's plantation, - he
rotild not be found. . . .
Friends Find No Trace.
" Nothing Was thought of it until the
next " da',- when, the Japanese still
being missing, It was decided to look
for him, and a party of fourteen start
ed through the woods to look. for him.
. No trace or clew was found anywhere.
' , The party of fourteen, has since been
augmented to forty vand the search is
"still being prosecuted. The matter was
reported to the police this morning,
but nothing can be done until the other
search is completed. '
Several weeks before this a Japan
ese newspaper man was lost some
' where behind Tantalus and nothing
was ever heard from him. ,
k .On account of the reeent disappear
, ances, plans of the newly-formed Y.
M. C. A.' hiking club have been tem
porarily abandoned and all excursions
called off for, the time being.
The club was to have made a trip
up Tantalus the coming Saturday, but
. tho organizers of the club have joined
a iearch party now seeking the five in
The man who speaks from exner
ence leaves a lot of things unsaid.
iie is a pwr meua uo mu uuv
stand by you until your last dollar
He is a poor friend who will not
Special Sale of Safes
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Phone Z& Merchant' and Ala Vet
T"- r . s ' - ' nmn . J-
YAWL 3ATT0SE, COMESTAST IX
' : v- . TO MAKE
Fast Yawl Is Overdue and Fear
Is Expresscd forHerr
:, : nfrby: tnattnat-she has ome-to; -grief,
Whwe Is the yawl NattoseT iMore .t.-Bht Wmr havft
than two days have elapsed since the
winner' of the transpacific rice cross-"
ed the nnisn ime.ai ijiamujiu nwu,
and Yachtsmen, especially those who
J came down on the racers, are aeking
the question wiui mieu ejeurB, uu
a ring of concern in their voices. (
If tne uanaaian eniry su b
tonight, anxiety wm De leu ior n?r .
safety, ana proDaDiy some measures
wlll be . taken to send her assistance ;
should she me in distress. -'.' i
It is not so much the elapsed time
since the start of the race that causes
ing comment But.the Nattose show-j
ed quite a turner sped aj the start,
""'T - " t,":.I:
part in the race can hardly believe
t T I
.except, under extraordinary conditiona ,
The prevailing belier s that she :is
off her course, and that through fau
that she has been left so far behlnl
ty ; navigation or faulty . instruments
she has missed the mark entirely. :
Captain Lew Harris, of the Lurlme,
SHORT RATIODIS I
FOR U. S. M
The army "will get subsistence but
will there be enough to go round? In
the light of a cable received by Cap-
question. I J
The cable gave instructions for the:
purchase of supplies under the joint!
resolution of -congress, appropriating
money for the immeaiate needs or
the army, until a regular appropria-j
tion bill can be agreed on. The ex-'
penditures, however, must be based
cn tne sums expeuaeu aurmg me lasir
fisCal year, and the , commissary's,
on the sums expended during the lastr
cable reads" that "In" no case must
the exceed one-twelfth of 1912 dis-.
bursements. . Stores which can not
be provided out of these funds must j
be purchased according to order-
Durinsr last year, however, the army
of Oahu was increased by one full
j . Tr- i 4 v-t
teries of Field Artillery, and the av-.
erage months subsistence is nbt
enough to cover present requirements..
TLIs is .the situation that must : be
A cable' received
me specuiauuii, iu aum& ; thftt the N,attose is in( danger or, dhv
might be out twenty days or more dn tress' and Bhe can be found in
the voyage across without .occasion-- ... irt00,?f-, 1 wni. RPnrt the
headquarters. based on the same tern- v c, "Tho rVnrn nf thpir
porary provisions for funds, revoked u' ,in inne the : r tn J
the order for the discharge of civilian fees is the opinion of the Attorney
employees of the quartermaster's de- General. t . .
partmenu It came too late to' save These fees held in large part by
the -teamsters at Schofleld Barracks, the Territorial Treasurer, cairbeOD
about 60 of whom had been let, out tained only by a special legisWDve
June 30. Now the post authorities enactment, as stated . some time ago,
are trying their best to get their old and the Attorney General says feat
men back again. v i . the step now being taken by the home-
' ! steaders "in combining to get the sug-
But the man who fails isn't neces- gested act -passed, is the proper pro
sarily a failure; perhaps he tried the'eedure. : .
wrong thing. ' Approximately 140,000 is held by
M L ; , t 4 c .
BIGRA( WHICH IL1S1 AILED .
POKT. ,.'.-; - -
pearance' this morning.
; 'To tell the truth, I'm a bit worried
About, herv said -ihe-.t.! don .trmean
tmno ntrflv nnrl hA rfrtmwher to lee-
vard of Hawaii now. She may haveJ
- forthpr Knnth'than shA Intendea.
Natt0Se showed' a good bit of speed
.fll gtart, and I .don't see how she
ccuId fce gQ far distanced." .
Already there is talk of sending out
a Bearch e r- Admirai Cbwles is wni-
to fiend the navv-lue Navajo Dro-
... th(t VflrhtRmpn ran elVft ' him
Bnm( pr t look for tfie
t, hfira 4a anv rann tn helipVo
Kavajo ouV. saId the admiral. "I don't
wiId goose cbase, though' with, no idea
of where to look, for it would be like
hunting for a needle in a haystack.'
This morning the Seafarer changed
h beth Noi;Is dropping her
J he 8tream,. In .preference to
""V A fi,- a Ui, Wharf
WASHINGTON, D. C. July; 2. L.
nner Peck, president ,f Uje Hono,
luiu uapia irausu cc wiuu uuiyau,
has arrived in Washington. He scouts
the suggestion that he is a candidate
. r thA r or that. the Gov-
" , . .
ernorship situation naa anyimng 10
do with his sudden tripV to Washing-
on He says he is after permission
. n,tt D,nH Transit linp to rross the
for 016 Rapid Transit line to cross tne
Fort Shafter military reservation on
its way; to Pearl Harbor, mis mai-
pr . Vomine un in committee.
s; . p q ALBERT
I TIQIMf? HnMFsTFADFRS
WILL GET BACK FEES
... ' -
That th homesteaders who lost tTie
ririvnS5TO nf zettinsr title to their lands
" ... ...
"wiii hoVa ntfi nr no rilffi-
,1 )f 'n
VAfJIMAfJ V'HLL KNOWN
IN HOW LULU; MUCH
OF HIS AVORK DONE HERE
Speelal Star-Bulletla Cable
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., July 2 Mel-
vin Vaniman, noted aviator and Wal
ter Wellman's comsanlon Jn the at
tempt to crosa,Jthe Atlantic, has paid
wjth his death V for; hia daring, and
taken our companions to death with
him. r -; .
: While, the gigantic , diHgible Akron,
in which Vaniman"1 hoped to-cross the
ocean, wxs starting on its way to seal
today - a . crcwd of -3,000 -people saw
with ; horror the immense elongated
bag explode at a height of 1,000 feet
and its occupants' hurlei into the sea
half a mile c.'fshore.
. Vaniman's wife and -farnilj saw his
aeain. ney r naa. gone wun me
A S- - I . " a
SrtW!t,t0 wie" the:,tat of: the '3
'.r irri! ""'
J; : TT:4 i:,:' - irj:
the magneto exp
Kaii i T ; ?vr.
There war no detonation heard.
The dirigible was strickeri:as -If with
a -uddn hott rf ihfnin -
The bodv of Ca vin Vaniman. vouno-
, . ..:
er ferether d Meivin. wt rMv.H
from the water.,. The eyes had been
" - r ' - - wwi, . . ... ...
b own out andrtha- bod wai much
mtrti!ctedan1 -tCv ; - , ,
' The "Others re - s,ttff- held Beneath
the iwreckage. in -eighteen 'feet . of
water. - -
The first seen rof the accident
those ashore, was a puff of smoko fol -
lowed by a burst of flame rThen the
ling like, a toy paper, fell heavilyl
downward to the water.
MRS. lVANIf.1AN filAD
SjJeeial Star-Bulletin Cable '
SEAGIRT, N. J July 2-Mrs. Van
nimantsays che had a vivid premoni
tion of her husband's death at 2 o'clock
in is morning. - ;
Melvln . W. Vaniman, whose tragic
end is reported by cable. . was well
known An Honolulu, for it was here he
worked out an invention whereby 4ie
made his fortune.' He came here with
an. opera company about a dctzen years
ago and became Interested In photog-
raphy with William CL King. In his
experimenting he Invented a panoramic
camera .that proved the best ever
vvnen ine oarK Monican arrived a
partial wreck and was nlaced In rotten
row Van! man Hewn n hi Aim
upon .one of her masts. From this ad-
vantaeeons point he made nhotoernnhs
of Honolulu and of the harbor with
its shipping which are among the most
valued assets of the Hawaii Promo-
tion Committee. A- panorama of Ho-
nolulu showing the- entire waterfront
and the city's backCTOund of moun-
tains Is a treasure that would be hard
to duniioato -
Vaniman t took his camera to New
Zealand, where he interested the Union
Steamship Company of that cbiintfv
in its potency for advertising alsoto
London, where - the British steamship
companies fell easily to his enterprise.
In fact, he went round the world with
his apparatus, winning triumphs with
it at various large centers, until he
had acquired a good-sizfed fortune that
served him with, the sinews of war for
his attemptsat the conquest of the air
which have at last done for him.
lie lert nere eignt or ten years ago.
since w hen his Career has been "watch
ed with interest, by the press and peo
ple of Hawaii. According to J. J.
Williams, the veteran photographer
with whom he was naturally inti
mate, Vaniman would be about 45
years old at death : ;
OOOO O OOQQOOOOO
the Land Commissioner af final pay
ments from the - homesteaders, and
this money will be returned to them
as soon as the land la relinquished to
me governmenu in uiese cases ue
says tne . special act is unnecessary i
il ; a. '. . I
tor uie recovery onne money.
Many a young man flatters himself
that he holds the key to a girl s heart,!
only to discover when too late , that j
some other chap has picked the lock. I
During one of his sermons an Ohio J
preacher said, "Some people have no
sense" just ta though he imagined
he had made a new and wonderful dis-
wooarow .vvuson, nominated today
bv the ripmorrnffr Natlrmul fnwn
tion to--run. against President Taft,i is
Staunton, Va.. Dea 2S,'18S6, and grad-
uated from .Princeton ia1879. His
Parts. Until : a comparatively ffew
most exclusively to the field of teach
'J?. w,r111?5 aunouSa ior a pnei
ww iw;fl gnwauon. ir9m
the Virginia law school he practiced
Ln 11 - 4J i
uia yuicoiuu. ..Aiwy aiuueai ui
political economics, he vbecanie prom
,.ne1?? ajJ. an aavancea political inmker
i - - a.
B6 ms prpsiaency 01 rnnceion
I ana lelt tne. presidency to campaign
I for the -NeW Jerser Govemorci: 1 n
th,s campaign Jhe was singularly suc-
1 cessful, and his able constructive pol-
bvMcies while. Governor attracted Nation
la' attentjon to him. le.toofc the field
as an avowed t holder of progressive
and with ' Champ!
Clark divided almost equally, the hon-l
ors of the preference primaries. He
went into the convention a : strong
candidate, and . aftet Clark's full
tneimSonTtK sonS galneS
RtrPnth with erh hallnt. Th fnrtv-
strength with, each ballot The forty
sixth wonhim the nomination. . . 4 ;'s
'The Democratic candidate is mar
ried and has: several children. . His
home Is at Princeton, N. J.
"Committee platform favorable: Low-
rev pressing fight' floor convention.
I Probable result favorable to Hawaii.
1 This cablegram from the -Hawaiian
delegation at Baltimore, was received
last night by a local business man and
,ndicates that the Democrats sent from
awau are maKing a strong ana sin
cere effort t6 prevent the Democratic
1 piatrorm from containing a rree sugar
I' The cablegram aoove also means
tnat the platform committee Is favor-
abe to the cutting out of the free
suSar Piank; but that Lowrey Is car
I nrlng the fight to the convention floor.
. Lowrey is. the secretary or the , ea
eraI s&ar Kenning company ana tne
man wno ngured prominently, in ootn
1 tne House anJ. Senate, commiaees that
considered the free-sugar hill and the
entire sugar question. It was LOwrey
who opened offices In Washington and
launched the rational Grocers' Assoc!
atlon, which, pretended to be an asso
elation oC wholesale grocers asking for
the repeal of the sugar tariff and for
Under the keen inquiry of the Sen-
atef committee, it was admitted by
Lowrey that he himself was the Na
tionai Grocers' Association, that he
alone was doing the work sending out
the literature and, in 'fact, masquerad
Ing as an organization. In fact, Low
rey s work, was nothing more than a
bold attack on the sugar tariff.
Now Lowrey. appears as a delegate
at tne national Democratic convention
and continues his fiffht on the suear
ThP Star,Rullitfn nublLshed thnews,
yesterday afternoon that the platform
as it then stood, almost ready for pres
enta tion to the convention, did not
have a free sugar -plank. Leyreys
aim from last , night's cablegram was
to make free sugar a convention issue.
This Tnornlng much commendation
was heard for the action of the Ha-
wail 'delegation in standing against
Undemood s Manager Releases Alnb
: Delegates Clark Forces Promis3lI;p
: And HarmonyBryan S ays Is S atb 5 : v.
(Special Cable to
DALTIMORE Md, July ! 2.
gation was recorded in the: fortyf
ii cut: Wilioru 2: Clark. 4. The del
fortyfifth, but voted solidly fer'WiUon on the fsrty sixth.
4 . Oscar Underwood has been -offered ths nomination, fcr. t!- .vicj-
? p-esideney, but refuted to consider it.
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4 4T . O C C .
f lAssocUtd Press Cable).
BALTIMORE, Md July 2. Governor Woodrow VUson; of r.:. J:-
was today given the Democratic nomination for Prealdcnt cn thj f:rty-iU. i
ballot. , , -; , ; 7' ' '
The vote wit: Wilton, SCO; Champ Clark, 4.
The landslide for Wilson started on the fortythird ballot ths eartltrl ..I.
loting showing little change from yesterday. On the forty-third, I- :',
Vfrginia and West Virginia voted solid for the New Jersey man, makir- I 5
result; Wilson, 602; Clark, 223; Underwood, 3.
On the f ortyf ourth ballot, amioj growing excitement, Colsraa'a
tion flopped. r The fcrty-ffth showed no chants. .. .
Cefore the fortysixth rcll-csll was startid, Csnator Jshn M. - ' '
of Alabama Oscar Underwood' msnager, rtleastd the Alab: -.a c.' ' ,
saying that he was unwilling that tJiei r votes should be ussd ta p.-?v: ,t .
nominition of Wilson. .
.: CINCHE3 THEiREGULT. ' V
" The change of front of the Unijsrwood deleatss maf i'n r i
of Wilson certain. .' The convention ; w ent wild,-and a rn-rch cf t;'.. ,')
around the halt was started, in which the adherents cf z) c : ." ' ' " : t ;
psrt. - . ; '. . ...V. . . '
' When the din had quietey down, Senator Clone cf Mi:::u". C'--'.' -manager,
withdrew Clark'sname, promising thit he and t! i Ci: .' : ;
would support the nomins'js of the 'convention.
, : The, names' of Governors Foss ef Ma$::hussttsan:Harm:.i
were withdrawn. f - ,
,-V' " ' v.f ;ni:::u;.i ;ohT owing.
Hipressntative Jshn J. Filz:ra!d,. .a New Ycrk t.!:;:'.,) r :?J
nomination of Vilscn be made.unanl nsus. f.!irr;uris d:' - i
wil!in2"andt,-...-.i.. J.- rii'-...', -prefe rrir. j-lj-t-.. I.- . - -Clark.
, i.; ".'
: ' 'TheTolcaif was"' then' taken, showing. CCJ'frr "
who'was given' the Missouri vote sclid. and twenty.f : v: . i '
4 Cenator Stone then moved to make the vote un:n!r.i;u:,
Adjournment was-takenuntil 9 o'clook
the platform, will be decided.
DRYAN IS SATISFIED.
V . BALTIMORE, Md July 2-Wjlii am Jennings Cryan d
satisfied with the result today. 1
."I ani satisfjed," he said. "The nomination of a-pro-r';;ive z
KVSlSft J :
d,dateT ,PlMom and. a contributions .-committee, named by tl9 c,.,.
and therefore surely in sympathy with
SEAGIRT, N. J July 2J Wilton
I when New York gave Clark a majority, and wired hit 'man-:rs ta r '
nis aeiegaies wnicn tney rerueea to
.NEW YORK, N. Y, July 2 Sen ator Dixon, Roosevelt r- -
nounces that a convention oj Pfogrei sivee will be held in Chicr
August 1. . '. :..-- .,: I .V- s
: combine AGAinsT) roosevelt in niciiiG.;:
HURON, Mich, July The Taft and La FoJIette suppsrt:r h:re h
combined againit Roosevelt . .
TAFT MEfJ IfJ CONTROL irrOHIO fJOW
. COLUMBUS,' O. JulV zJ With th.
eonventionf E. J. Dillon, . candidate,
v Harrv F. Lewis concelied the booking
of-Msf Lewis and himself for the Ven
tura 4jnd remained over for the Sierra.
Thi Is so he can meet John T. Mc
Crosson. who'returns in the WHhel
mina from "Washington.
: "I always boost Hawaiian securities
when I go abroad," said Mr. Lewis to
a Star-Bulletin reporter this morn Jpg.
"There is nothing superior to Ha
waiian securities as good and perma
nent investments. One may occasion
ally pick up a snap in land or some
thing away from here, but such v a
chance doe, not come1 every day. V I
have been here thirty-two years and
have an. abiding confidence that Ha
wall will come out right whatever
happens. The country has its upsand
downs, but Its prosperity is never
clouded long at a time.
"The trouble with our people is that
they scare too- -easily. Some of them
make me tired. A few days ago It
waa the Cuban tropble. . causing a
slump in sugar stocks. But I have al
ways noticed that when these near
panics occur, they only cause a tem
porary excess of supply over demand
in our securities. The brokers" receive
orders to sell and prices, fall, but in a
short time the wise 'ones are buying
and the balance is restored, ,
-Even In poor years the better sug
ar stocks return twelve per .cent.,
which is a big thing In the eyes of in
vestors abroad.. When' the crop and
the market' are' both ; good, the same
investments yield eighteen "or even
(Continued 'on Page 3) -'-
the'Star - BulIctia).
The first split in the Hawaiisn c'j.
ourth ballot, when th$ vats wi
elation cast tha tame t slicts in t
tonisht, when the Vi:j Tr.
a clean campai-n
says he despaired ef t' s r -
Taft fjction eontrolliriM in th, Z
leeurcd th, nomination fcr sjvcjt.
ALL GOOD DE"0(mTS
jokj ha;;ds a::d c::::::
; BALTIMORE, Md., July 2.
tor Stone of Missouri p::i;:d CI:.,- .';
support. to Vilson after the I-'.'. :r'a
nomination had been mais esrta:.-!.
' ' Special Star-UuIlPt5n Cable
WASHINGTON, a C, July 2. Th
Democratic senator are ssn-ir-j r;-
sages of congratulation cf Cov. Vil
son and express confine: th -1 -1! i
party will win an everwhslmirg victory-in
Congressman Undsrwood p!:;:i
his heartiest support to the candidal;.
- b'peclaL Star-Cullotln CtbleJ
SEAGIRT, N. J July 2. Cov. Vi!
eon,, tftn here today after the news
of the nomination had reached hin,
says he is grateful to his 1rtnit ar.j
to the party at large, and that he i3
more impressed with the responsibil
ity of the. exalted, position than with
the honor.- - '
. (Sppcial Star-Bulletin CableJ
NEW YORK, N. July 2 Col.
Roosevelt refuses to comment now on
Wilson's nomination He promises a
statement later, '
BUYS KAIMUK! LOTS
Naral officers are not slacking their
Interest in Kalmuki. An cc - !
the Colorado yesterday bcu;tt
lots in block 102, Ocean View, i:zp
the Kaimukl Land Company. .Tlii
purchase has nothing to do withtL"5 "
hui of naval oScers, so of wlcn
since the Colorado's arrival bav- - I
Jn. full for their former pur
Kaimukl lots.1 .
; i . .