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Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX. No. . . .
Evening Bulletin, Est. 18S2. No. i79.
I 14 IWGES HONOLULU, TEIlIUTOItYi OF TlAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1912. 1 4 PAGES.'
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Fears Entertained for Safety of
Yacht Not Provisioned for
. Long Voyage
"Where la the Nattoset"
Today again, -this is the query on
many lips, ana not only the yachting
. lratennty, but also the business ana
professional men of the city, and in
1 act everyone who is in touch with
.current events, is speculating on the
late of the little yawl. .That some
thing should be done to solve - the
mystery of her non-appearance is the
general . sentiment, just what thai
something .should be, no one is pre
iared to fly, for if the yacht has
merely, gone out of her reckoning,
and picked up one of the other isl
inds instead of Uahu, she will be able
to work her way back without assist
ance. On the other hand, if hehas
gone to leeward of the entire group,
f he may be anywhere on the broad
l'acific - between Ihere and Midway,
and to hunt tor her on that waste of
water would be a hopeless task.
Admiral Cowles stands ready to dis
patch" the ;nevy tug Navajo on the
bearch,. if the yachtsmen can give
Mm any idea of the course which the
Nattose expected to follow, 'or any
suggestions as lo where to lookr It
the Nattose Isn't sighted from Dia
mond Head some time today, query
and speculations will give .way to
action, and tome definite plan of as
distance, mcpcd out.- ;
If the Nattese is ' helplesly drisfl
ing, or hopelessly .lost, the conditiou
of her f aptaln and crew is little
"short of desperate. She is probably
far off the track of regular steamers
and sailing vessels,' and, from all ac
counts, is none ,t'oq well provisioned.
She has an ample. Vupply of fresh
water, but it is possible that some
thing may have happened to the sup
ply tanks, such as put the Hawaii
short -of. water for the last two days
of her run. ' v : . - ,
"Nattose lcrt in a sort of hap-has-ard
way that yachtsmen didn't think
at all safe or ship-shape," said a mem
ber of the Hawaii's crew today. "All
the way down the coast from Victoria
the. grub consisted of 'salt horse'-and
canned stuff, and even at San Pedro
before the start Captain Ashe paid
little"' attention to Ills supplies, and
cldn t take on any. fresh meat or veg
etables. It's possible that he only
carried enough stuff for' the estimated
run, and that if he's, out very long
his supplies may run short. There
dldnt seem to be much head or tail
about .the cruise of the Canadian
The general supposition is that Cap
tain G. P. Ashe has a . faulty chro
nometer and does not. know it. A
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n DEMOCRATS TO GO
EASY ON TARIFF 3
t: Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd., 3
Zt received the following cable U
U message from its New York Xt
t: branch this morning: a
Vilson nominated. Proposed
tJ tariff plank favors an immediate ti
tt gradual reduction, but' so as not 'ti
It to interfere with or destroy le- U
Zt gitimate industries." 3
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SAN FRANCISCO. CaU July 2
Su.iir: 96 - degrees -test, 3.77c. Pre
viuus quotation, 3.79c. Beetst 88
analysis, 10s. 10d.; parity, 4.2Sc. Pre
vious quotation. 10s. 93-4.
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Fluttering Flags and Bunting
City's Attire for Nation's ,
EAGLE TO MAKE ITS SCREAM
Program of' Festivities Begins
w in runr se - oaiuie unu
Continues Until Midnight,;
With th' majority of the business
hcuses'of the city draped in bunting
and displaying flags American eagles
and portraits of "George, the Father of
His Country" in bounuful profusion,
all is in readiness for the big Fourth
pf July celebration in which Hono-
lulans will indulge in tomorrow morn
ing and ending at midnight , or there
abouts. . ...
'Something doing every minute" has
been the motto of the Committee, and
a glance at the program will snow
that it has been lived up tofor, there
is no time allowance for lunch, and
spectators of this dashing feats to be
performed by the cavalry and artillery
during the military tournament ' will
have to line the side lines, sandwiches
in hand, or await the brief intermis
sion allowed for ainner in the even
ing. -... 7 l:
The morning, hours will .be well fill
ed with the big civic parade, with Its
floats representing the public spirited
merchants of the ' city, the patriotic
organizations in line, and the Antiques
and Horribles' sec'ion with Its argus
Exercises at Capitol.
Then follows the literary exercises
In the Capitol grounds when Walter
G Smith- will deliver the oration of
the day .and " Miss HirjoMi'yah'arv a
daughter of 'Aroerlca -.will readJ the
declaration of Independence! vfronf a
platform ? decorated ty other children
of Uncle. Sam. r r -, j; V ?
'Following the -exercises"' comes th'
military tournament and the sport
program at Kapiolani Park In .quick
succession, and after dinner, old
Punchbowl will breakout In a weird
volcanic eruption. There will be ure
works on the water front, Including
the illuminated water- parade, and tha
burning of the warship Kaimiloa. The
Indoor Yacht Club dance on the roof
garden of the Young Hotel, givenv in
honor of the visiting yachtsmen will
bring the eventful day to a close.
Accompanied by a representatve of
the Star-Bulletin. J. Walter Doyle of
the" Fourth of July committee, made
(Continued on Page 6V
The tragic death of Jlelrln W. Yanlraani fomrrly of Honolnlii, In tiie sea near Atlantic City, N. J, yestcr.
day U the greatest horror In the history of afiitlon. Vanliian vras a corapanion of -Walter -.Wellcan on tha lat.
ter Attempt a year ago to fly acros n the ocean. Tte Airon, the preat dirigible shown above, was tie rrrultrcf
that experiment. The nhotoirrauU above was sent from -Atlantic City a few days c?o by Yanlxsan to a frlenl la '
Honortln. The cabled news, while bnef, Indicates tr.at t::e Immense gas bag: exploded, nnd the hre men la tf
dirigible, Inclodlng Yanlman's brother, fell a thousand feet Into the sea, In sight of Yanlraan's horror-strlcica
family. ;'. : - - : -::r ::.' -; - . .- : 1
CUT THIS OUT FOR REFERENCE
Sunrise Salute." ' ' - v .-.." "
U , 8 : 00 ' a, m.Parade. . . .,' , ,:;" '.:'' r-.7"';'i v-v
II . 10:00 a.m. Literary arid musical exercises, Capitol grounds.
H ii:00 a. m. Finish of Marathon race from, Moahalua to Kapiolani
ZZ '- " ' Park. - '-. -'. ; ' . :v-',-' '-.r, :. - - !-
ZZ 11:30 al. m. Cavalry "monkey drill" aU Kapiolani Park; Cavalry
tt:- fountain Battery, drill; Field Artillery arm. ; - , - :
ZZ 1 ;00..j.m.-;?.Iotorcycle'i.races;' .Japanese port8rWIugwrestlins--:-'7:.r
aridi'iu' iitsur ' . '7': ". '" '. : ;.. : V :: v:-: ,V
12:00 -p. nt.- Baseball, one1 game, Asahls and Stars;
Zt '- '.3:00 p. mc-Horse races, .six events. v. ;
ZZ 8:UU p. m. water carwvai iu uuiuui.- v - . - -
Xi 8:30 p. m. Volcano eruption on . PunchbowL Fireworks on Sand
Tslajad. Spectacular burning of old Hawaiian , warship "Kaimiloa
Zl') 1 on Sumner's Island. - "Indoor . Ycht Club"; dance, Young Hotel
t7 mnt card en. in honor of' visiting yachtsmen. :i :: v . - r
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will have jal plentiful supply of ', work
at, hand, reviewing these and prepar
ing his own annual report to the Sec
retary; of the Interior.
The Territory's annual report is due
July 1, though it is never ready for
shipment to Washington before the
latter part of v July 4 or -the middle of
AugUSt.;; '::''): ':'"';'.': ' . ' "
Lav LLhiL A :
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Honolulu Gas and r,!cBryd3
'; Sugar fJcv Bond l:su:s Rc
. ecrded Sam a. Day',
DOCUMENT STAMPS CGC37
One 'Indenture for SI ,000,-
000 Plantation Issue for
. 52,000,000 to Secure the
Two. mortgages recorded In one day
for a total of $3.000,CCO, bearing stamp
duties that bring $GS$7 to the revenue
of the Territory, have an aspect of Lis
tusiaets.V; : . '''
There was filed In the UegVitry of
Conveyances on July 1 a trust mort.
gage of the Honolulu Gas Company,
Lizilted. to the Henry Waterhopse
Trust Company, Limited, and EJwci-d
I. "Spalding, to secure the payment cf
the principal and interest cf aa .auth
orized Issue' of bohdi of fcn agrt-ate
amount of not'exceeclng one -million
dollars par value at any one time out
standing. The pretent bond Issue Is for 5300,
C00 to cover unfunded Indebtedness
and to provide for the Improvement
and : extension of the gas comp-ny's
plant. Of the remainder of the mil
lion $200,000 is to refund at five per
cent an outstanding Issue cf six per
cent bond3, the balance of ICCO.CCD to
be issued from time to time, ur. '.cr
condltion.3 fully set forth in t! J L.crt-
kv-in.llj, 4.... .
CAr-ccLiic-a Pn i V
. VAChlfulO,N, D. C.
P. Anirewa, ar-istant r:r
treasury, haj r:s'j.-:J ii
ttorm that ha tiirrj.J
injtsn ta it c'.-pl1 -;.
. In re;i--in;. Ar Jr:v
lent tt: ik cr Cc:ret :
ury r.IacVtS. Hs t
procrastination, hi i-:-eiticn,
his f ::Ji-r r- .'.
cion anj aversion ta c.ri.
d:r hrn unfit ta c:;-j-y
posiitcn hi hcL's. -
In a litter ta Pr: ". .-:
tfrews cptnly c'i;r--j t' ;
ticn cf thj Tr:,; -y C
rnattsr of z 2 c:: ..-.i
In rp!y ta t! r.'. . ;
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(ContInuJ'on Pa;t 3)
WORK PILING UP
FOR GOVERNOR FREAK
When Governor Frear arrives; home
on the Wilhelmina early next .week he
will : find his desk in the government
bulldlngrrpHed high with a great mass
of . documents; filled with a -seemingly
endless array of figures: These con
sist of the annual reports of the various
Territorial officials and departments,
and for several weeks Governor Frear.
M E FUGITIVE
: BY U. S.
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ueo. u .noages, wno nayea 'Biackie uaw" to ue Larm7s
v "J. Rufus Wallingford", Believed to Be Hiding in the
Islands. . ''!:' )'; -;r : ':"-:;;;; .
Special Safe of Safes
H. E HElScK, Ltd l
Phon 2643 ' ' Merchant and Ala'e-
After a career in high and low fi
nance rivaling the heroes of u-to-.
date licuon, ueorge u. Hodges is now
a fugitive from Justice, wanted by the
federal officials and the police of helf
a dozen coast cities, and believed to
be In hiding in the Hawaiian islands.
Word' that the federal officials are
on the hunt for Hodges has come by
a round about way to a Honolulu man,
and a quiet search of the islands is
exrected. Local federal authorRies
say they havcheard nothisg of the
matter. ,': :- '
IHod;s was the companion and
business associate of W. E. DeLarm,
a promoter whose operations in dar
ing and success are reminiscent of J.
Rufus Walingford at his best., ; De
Larm 's story has been the sensation
of the Northwest since last January,
when his. million-dollar Columbia Riv
er Orchard; Company collapsed ' and
its promoters fled from Seattle, scat
tering in all directions. DeLarm and
Hodges were the chief operators in
the concern, it was alleged others be
ing A, J. Biehl, H. H. Humphrey, and
TL. H. MacWhorter. These last three,
after; indictment by a gjrand jury,
were arestd, furnished bail and were
released to await trial. DeLarm and
Hodges droped from sight.
They bad been operating in Seattle,
Tom Seattle DeLarm was traced to
Portland, and then to San Mateo, Cal.,
Next he was heard of. in San Fran
cisco and when the federal slueths
got on. his trial, he jumped to Mexico.
Then DeLarm dropped, out of sight,
and months later was found dying of
pneumonia and' a' paralytic stroke, in
a hospital at Placerville, Cal. He died
on June 16 and with his death another
clue of the whereabouts of Hodges
nnnnnnnnn ZZZZ ZZ ZZ ZZ The Columbia River Orchard com-
ZZ ZZ pany was in a high finance scheme
ZZ CRATER GETTING READY which developed amazing intricacies
tt FOR FOURTH OF JULY tt, when its bottom collapsed and; the
ZZ 55; lostoffice inspectors, U. S. district
Zt Special Star-Bulletin Wireless, tt' attorney's office .and other authorities
Zi HILO, Ju:y . Kilauea is put- Ztt began to examine its workings. De
ri ting on the .annual Fourth of Zt Larm and Hodges claimed to have
Zt July display. The volcano fires, tt a large tract of land in Eastern Wash
ZZ after a sensational rise extend- ZZ ington which they had cut up into
ZZ ing over a period- or ten days, orchard acreage.: They launched an
H.are now overflowing the lower a ih.nMto n,.i.iitT omnn?rn coiling
Tl rim nnn pvnrv nHiratlnn to vit . - . J - A
INTERPRETERS HOLD UP
Two Japanese Interpreters oh Maui
and ;Havaii: are making a 'small for
tune 1 off Japanese who are trying to get
citizenship papers for themselves ; or
their children, according to news that
h'as reached Chief Clerk Henry O'Sul
livan. Mr. O'Sulllvan,' accompanied by
J. H. .Hakuole as official interpreter,
left this morning, for - Maul and the
two will spend a number , of weeks
looking up the applicants for certifi
cates of citizenship and issuing papers
if they qualify. ' ' ' '
According to the story that concerns
the activities of the-two. Island; Inter
preters, they: have' been charging, from
ten to twenty-five dollars for each -application
for a certificate, putting the
application in shape, translating if into
English "and looking after the forward
ing to the chief clerk of the Territory.
The Territorial fee is vftly five dollars.
and the two men are said to have
reaped thousands of dollars by their
shrewdness. v There is nothing unlaw
ful about It; so far as the Territorial
authorities know. It is expected that
Portland, Bellingham and Everftt I about a thousand applications for cit-
Wash., and in cities farther south, j izenship will be looked into, the chief
clerk and Hakuole traveling all . over
the islands. - , : ' : ; V
Shaw, One of Rescue Party,
Tells Thrilling Tale ot .
; Wanderings . . ;
ZZ there is to be a further rise. The ZZ
display is declared to be one of 'tt
Zt the most magnificent ever seen tt
ZZ. at the crater. Manv Hilo people
tt are leaving 'to see the wonderful ZZ
ZZ phenomenon. 55
stocks, bonds, the land itself, water
rights, and everything that sounded
plausible. Four million dollars is al
leged, to be involved in the various
deal, the - putting through of which
Mounted . Pol ice
First Infantry Band
Marshal; Deputy Grand
shal. Aides (all mounted)
; Spanish War Veterans V
Uniformed Rank, Knights of Pythias
Fifth Cavalry Band
Hawaiian Society :
v ; Marine Band
Hawaiian Society ; ;
: ',; vi Hawaiian Band V:
Antiques and Horribles
' . :.': ' AUtOS. " " : " '
Special " Correspondence, " Star-BuUetln.J
J. P. . Cooke's residence, Kalpapau,
Oalw, 1:15 p. m. Alexander ..Hume
Ford has" Just come in with the news
that Miss Ruth Henry Is being brought
in by Dr. 'Scudder's party and a de
tachment of. Army. Engineers who are
cutting a. trail over which ! the injur
ed young womn is being carried; In
a stretcher. - For t'aree nights; in com
pany with Mr. Robinson, Miss Henry
has been lying at the head of a series
of waterfalls. They weri rescued yes
terday afternoon by Dr. Scudder and
his party who spent 'the night there
on account of Miss Henry's - serious
condition. Her. removal wa.s finally
effected by a native who placed her
on his back and lowered himself down
two drops, of ; waterfalls. " The amy
engineers are going ahead fitting out
a trail and we are expected to sight
the party any moment.
The Rescued Women. r 1
Both young women, whose adven
tures and perils - In :tue past seventy
two hours make the average dime
novel hero pale into a nonenlty, will
remain at the residence of Mr. Cooke
at Kalpapau until the flrit of August
as was originaFy Intended. The three
men In the party are expected to ar
rive in town some time tomorrow.
With the return of the. rescuers, who
have been straggling in, til morning
by tweo and threes, comes a series
of thrilling tales that are only less
hair-raising than the actual adventures
themselves. ' .
Dr. Scudder will remain at Mr.
Cooke's residence pending Miss Hen-
ry's complete recovery ana he has. al
ready, sent for Dj. Baldwin to come
post heste and minister to the suffer
ing of the young women." Miss Henry
is in a serious condition. Her fall
which occurred Saturday nlgat bruis
ed her severely and she incurred three
deen scalp wounds, placing her in a
comlition bordering upon nervous prostration.-
Three nights exposure to
the elemenV with her wounds uncar-
ed for and the horrible fears which
she could not dismiss from her mind
that perhaps she might' never Jbe res
cued, have left the young woman in a
precarious state and it will only - be
by careful medical. ; attendance r and
complete rest that h will recover
her original fobust; state of health, j
rnontv--Rhaw whn nlaved a leading!
part thrpugnoutvthe adventures of the '
three, appear.-?' to he the least injured .
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11 m m. A J m-A .
(Special Star-Bulletin Wireless.)
WAILUKU. July 3. Thrown from
her carriage at 4. o'clock yesterday af
ternopn, Mrs. Samuel R Dowdell, wife
of the architect of Paia. was so badly
injured that she died at 11 o'clock last
night. , , ' ' -
Mrs. Dowdell, In company with Mis?
Durling; was Crlving when the horse
became fractious and bolted Both wo
men were hurled from the carriage.
Mrs. Dowdell struck oh her head and
received other injuries.'- She died at .11
o'clock, medical skill doing no good.
The funeral will be held at 3:30 o'clock
today. - f . '.
Miss Durling" miraculously escaped
injury. ' . '
In his' kind, fatherly way, United
States Marshal Hendry remonstrated,
explained and besought about twenty
families of Hawalians on Sand Island
this morning to remove to new habita
tions. Gently but firmly he informed
the "squatters" that they were living
on land which Uncle Sam ha? not yet
thrown open for homesteading, and
which in all likelihood he has no in
tention or giving to norne&eekers as
yet. " '
"As a matter of fact, the sandspit,
which consists of several hundred
acres, is held by the Federal ,govern
men as a sort of military reservation,"
said U. S. District Attorney Breckons
this morning." It belongs with the
lighthouse on the point, and ' with the
buildings erected for the health and
marine service." 1
The "squatters" will have to move,
or the marshal, in his calm, dispassion
ate manner may place them under ar
rest and forcibly eject them.
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. fAss.x Litp.l I'i f
Jennings Cryan, czr.-.r.
the nomination cf Vi
suits of th convtiticr;',
Champ Clark is u-.iv:r:
and that his defeat is d r
his character cr r?zzr Lt
failure of his mar.; r ta
spirit of the convent..-;."
-Hd believes,' I s cf::!;.r: j, t'- :
will poll more nj?u'-!i::n :
any other possible D:.-i::r.'.
fiovEirxoi: tot ;ia::s:iall
Of.Indbna, nahiPd Wiloa's ruar.!
NO I S'SUE TOM O R ROW.
(Continued on Page 2)
1 tii'Atni'li whlrh
No doubt there are wives who drive!"r " Ti" hav nassed
their husband to drink, and there are 7-
other husbands who would like to witho worser mish?ad whlf f "SS
have such wives an airy, csre-free manner, which gave
A slight puff 'will send a feather the impression that he did notreallze
brained .man up in the air. j the periV he had undergone, and the
Many a woman is" moved to tears risk he had incurred of being lost for
when it Isn't her' move. r - ever in the tangled woods of Kalpapau
A woman's idea of a crank is a . ' - . -;-
man who doesn't like her. I (Continued on Page 2) 'j
(Special Star-Bulletin W'lreles.)
HILO,v July ' 3. In a letter' to Rev.
Stephen Desha, Delegate Kuhlo - de
clares that the rumor of a Frear?Iu
hlo harmony combine is. absolutely un
true and that he will;fight to the end.
" " ' ' ; '.- ' -
t 7 The'Star-Bulktin will not b
v Lssuetl tomorrow, July 4. fi llow
4 ing tlie .custom of t!ie II twalia'i
Star and the ..Evening Bulletin.
The Red Men announce that
public "raising"' of chiefs, whic!;
to have , been. held tomorrow !:i.r!.
been postponed to the. evening :
16, Odd Fellows' Hall.
The new dry dock at" Ke, . cl H
bor, Singapore, sometimes known "
the Admiralty Dock. 13 now practk al
ly complete. The dock lies between
the P. & O. wharf and the New Har
bor wharf and has a length of S3 i ft.;
width 100 ft. and depth of watr on
pill at high water, ordinary sprir.j
tides, 34 ft.
Henry S. Dickinson, for many yt:r
one of the best known parer rr.?.-.
facturers in New L'nglan !, d: ! . :
his home in Hull, Mass.