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IUGES HONOLULU, TEnKITOUY6p ILV'AII, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 4912.--14 PAGES.
n rtaincd for Safety of
. ... ..v.,,. ..orrrovisionea Tor
' C Long Voyage
"Where is the Nattose?" . : '
:-Tr' again, this Is the query on
rnazo t'i, and not only the yachting
irutcruty,. but also the business and
rrofctbipnal men of the city,' and' in
tact everyone who is in touch' with
current events, is speculating on the
late ,ot the- little yawl. - That gome
. thing should be done to solve the
mystery of her non-appearance is the
-general sentiment.. Just what tha
bomeming should be, no , one is pfe:
parea to tay, lor if the yacht has
merely pone out of her reckoning
and picked up one of the other isl
ands instead of Oahu, ahe will be' able
1 work her way back without assist
anoe. - On the other hand, if she has
pone to leeward or the entire group
sne may be anywhere on the broad
Pacific between Jhere and -Midway.
'and. to hunt for. her on that waste of
water would be .a hopeless task.
Admiral Cowles stands ready to dis
parcn tue navy tug Navajo on tte
search, it tin;: yachtsmen caa givt
Mm any idea of the course which" the
rattose expected to follow, or any
suggestions as to where to look. If
the Maltese t isn't sighted from Dia
mond Head. some time today, query
and peculation will, give way to
action, and -some definite plan of as
sistancn Jc: rnapind out. ' ""
If the Nattose .is helplessly drift
ing, or hopelessly, lost, the condition
of her captain' and crew is little
short of desperate. She i3 probably
far oft the track of regular steamers
Rnd railing vessels, and, from all ac
counts, la rsnnp tnn wrll nrnvicinnaA
he has an aranle suddIv of frosh
' water, but it is possible that some-
fv-;; thing may have happened to the supr
Vaiiiial, : Ittaiato
piy tanks, such as put the Hawaii
.short of water for the last two days
of her run. -
"Nattose left in a sort of hap-haz-ard
way that yachtsmen didn't think
at '.all tafe or ship-shape, sald'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 his supplies, and
didn't take on any fresh meat or veg
etables.. It's : possible that Jie only
carried enough stuff for.the estimated
run, and that" if he's out T very long
ivis supplies may run short. There
didn't seem to be much head or tail
about the cruise of tho 'Canadian
yacht" ' - ' . ;, ' .
The general supposition is that Cap
tain G. P. Ashe has a faulty chro
nometer and dpes not know it. A
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n DEMOCRATS TO GO. - tl
EASY ON TARIFF XX
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XX Alexander & Baldwin, . Ltd., XX
XX received tho following cablo XX
XX message, from its New York XX
XX branch this morning: - XX
XX . . "Wilson nominated. Proposed XX
XX tariff plank favors an Immediate XX
XX gradual reduction, but so as not XX
XX to interfere with or destroy le- XX
XX gitimate industries." . XX
XX XZ XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX
Program 0 Festivities Begins
with Sunrise Salute ana
Continues Until Midnight,
With the majority of the business
houses of the city draped in tunUng
nd dlsDlayint: flag Aciericao eagles
and nortraits of "George, the l-ather o
His Country" in bountiful prolusion,
all Is In readiness for the big. rourtn
of Julv celebration in which Hono-
lulans will indulge tomorrow morn
ing and ending at midnight or there
Snmpthlnsr doine every minute" has
been the motto of the Committee, an
a thnce lat the r program will show
that it hai been lived up to, for there
is ho time allowance for lunch, and
spectators , of the dashing foata to bo
performed by the cavalry and artillery
tiurlner the military tournament will
have to line the side lines, smdwic.hes
in hand, or await the! brief intermis
sion alloweq for alnner in the even
inc. ' ' - ' -' .
" The morning hours will, be -well 'fill
ed -with the hig civic parade, with its
floats representing. the public spirited
merchants of the city, the atnotfc
erganizatiens In line, and the Antiques
and Horribles seclon with :ts amus
ing features: : . v.
Exercises at Capitol. ', ' v r 1
Then follows the literary exercises
in the Capitol grounds when Walter
G Smith will deliver, the' oration of
the 'ay and Mirs JIir&-Myah,Sratj a
daughter, of America, will read the
declar'aticri. of Independence from a
platform decorated ty:, ether children
of Uncle Sara. . "
. ' Following the exercise comes th'
military t6urnament . '. and , the sport
program at Kapioiani Park- in quick
succession, , wid after - dinner, old
Punchbowl will break out in a weird
volcanic eruption. .There will be. fire
works on the water front, 'including
the illuminated., water parade, and 1 thr
turning of the. warship Kaimiloa, The
Indoor. Yacht Club dance on the roof
garden of. th Young Hotel, given in
honor of the xisiting 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
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-The tragic death ;of 3IelTln W. Vanlman, formerly of Honolulu, In the gea near Atlantic City, X. J., jester
j&slj'U the greatest horror In the history of nvl::llan. Yanlman Tfas a com panlon 6i Walter IVellraan on the la U
terV nttempt a , year ago to fly across the ocean. The Akfon, the great dir Iglble shorrn above, was. the result of
tha experiment The photograph above vf as sct from; AtlanUc City a fe tt days ago by, Yanlman to a friend. la
Honolulu. The cabled news, while brief, Indlr.it: s that the Immense, gas b ag exploded, and the the men In the
dirigible, Including VanlmanV brother, fell a thousand feet Into the sea, In sight of Vanlman's horror-strlcicn
family. ; ' . ' '
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XI , SunriseSalute. V,'", ;' ' :?iV-. -;;:A ;
XX 8:00 a, m. Parade. . .. '. : -: . :"'''' ; ' ; -.' "''.'"", '";" C "
XX 10:00 a,m. Literary and musical exercisesr Capitol grounds. .
XX 11 : 00 a. m. Finish of Marathon race from Moanalua to Kapioiani
. Park. ; ' ;
XX 11:30 a. m. Cavalry "monkey drill" at Kapioiani Park; Cavalry
XX Mountain Battery drill; Field Artillery drill. - .
n - 1:00, 'n.m. "Motorcycle ' races; Japanese sporbf, including, wrestling
II --- and ilu 'iitsu. :-.'-:':'.X-- ;
XX : S:00 p. m. Baseba.ll, one game, Asahis and Stars.
XX 3:00 p. m. Horse races, six events. - ' . i i - - ' ,
XX -V 8:00 p. m.Water carnival in harbor. y: -
XX' 8:30 n. m. -Volcano ' eruption kon Punchbowl. Fireworks on Sajid
XX : Island, rSpectacular burning or old Hawaiian wargmp is.aimnoa
tt frtnf (rnrdon Mn honor 'of visiting yachtsmen. ; ; i -
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WftRK PII I MR I IP ' '. '; ' I will have a .plentiful supply of work
if Unix riLllu Wife , . r t-anj rpvlpwin? fhs and nren'ar
FOR GOVERNOR FREAR Sng his own annual report to the Sec-
Wheii GoveAor Frear arrives home
retary of the Interior. 0 '
The Territory' annual" report Is due
(5n the Wllbelmina early next week he J uly .1, though It ) Is never reaay ior
will find his desk in the government 1 shipment to wasnington Deiore ui
buildine piled high .with a great mass j latter part of July or the middle of
of documents, filled With a seemingly ( August. . : -
orirlloaa oruif nf floiire Thesa'V'nn. I
arfay of figures. -These con
sist of the annual reports of the various
erritorlal r o"fliclals and departments
and for several weeks Governor Frear
SOUGHT HERE BY U S.
Geo. C '.Hodges, Who Played Blackie Daw" to 'De Larm's
, v. ' J "l. Rufus Wallingf ord", Believed to Be Hiding in the
Islands. , iov'v;:;i;v::
;." ' Mounted Police . 1
1 -First Infantry Band V
- , ; Foot Police ' . ,
Grand. Marshal,, Deputy Grand
shal, Aides (all mounted)
Spanish War Vetenins
Unifornied Rank, Knisr.ts., cf Pythias
Tt - .
Shaw, One of Rescue Party,
Tells Thrilling Tale of 0
: Wanderings .
Special Coirepopdenw, 5Uir-DuUf tin.J
' (Social to the Star-Dulletln.)
j. p. coonr3 rl'3id::kci:, kai-
PAPAU, 2:4S. p. m. Ccrna on
stretcher carried by members cf the
rescue party, under Dr. Scuddcr,
which found her, Miss Ruth Henry,
the "teacher who was Injured by a
fall over a precipice .while : she with
four companions were . lost, on ; the
mountains, arrived here a few. min
utes ago and is now the recipient, of
the best of care. AsliD . frcrn the
bruises and cuts about her face r.nd
head sustained in her fall, Miss Henry
is in better condition than when she
was found. . y
For three, nights, In company with
Harold Robinson, who watched over
her, Miss Henry has been lylns at the
head of a series of -waterfalls In the
jungle. , .
They were rescued yesterday after
noon by Dr. Scudder.and his party,
who spent the night there on account
of Miss Henry's then serious condi
tion. Her removal from the scene of
the accident was accomplished thi3
morning by a native, who placed her
on his back and lowered himself down
two drops of waterfalls'. She . was
then placed on a stretcher, .which was
preceded by a detachdent of army
engineers, who cut a trail through the
Jungle' for' rescuers and rescued.
The. Rescued Vomsn.
Both young women, whe-a adven
two . rr--
remain t the rc.L
, Marine Band"
Hawaiian' Society .
' Hawaiian Band , " , 7.
Japanese Section; ' .
V Chinese Sectloh . "
; . Floats'. : ' :-';kv
Antiques and Horribles
. Autoar u
After a career in
nance rivaling - the
h?ugar: 36 decrees test. 3.;
Mutation, 3.77c. .Beets:
r'Jls. 0 IrSd.; paritj,
vntRtion, ll's. lCd.
high and. low ii
heroes of un-to-
date fiction, George C. Hodges is now
a fugitive from justice, wanted by the
lederal offi.r.l& and tho-police ot half
a dczen coast cities, and believed to
be in hiding in the Hawaiian islands.
Word that the federal officials are
on the hunt for Hodges ha3 come by
a round about way,, to a Honolulu man,
and a' quiet search of the islands is
expected. Local federal authorflies
pay. they havj hear! nothing of the
matter. ; : , . ;
- IHod.Bs was the compinion and
business associate of W. E. xieLarni,
a promoter whose operations In. dar
ing and success are reminiscent of J.
Rufus Walingf ord 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, seat-
That the law providing (or the Great
Register for voters In the Territory
may jprove defective through its in
adequacy on one; Qf iwo points is the
suspicion entertained now by Acting
Governor Mott-Smlth, who, In his cap
acity of Secretary of the Territory will
begin shortly to prepare for the gen
eral election on November 4;
vvhlif Inokine ov'er the election. and
DeLarm and frpCistration laws this morning hev dl&
operators in ho.hoiipvps la a failure
the concern; it was alleged others be-j to provlde for n Increase In precincts,
ingA. J- Biehi, H. H. .Humphrey, and i where such increa. is desired by the
R. H. MacVhorter. These last three, t,c,,rtT, nf .ortnin nreclncts which
after: indictment by a grand iury.i . . i
were arested, furnished bail and were) In a curs0ry review of the law creat
released to await trial. DeLarm1 and n p0(ritpr hp.sava the
- . .. . . a! 1 L J A
tering'in. all directions.
Hodges were the chief.
Hodges -droped from sight.
registration clerk is'not authorized, to
malce any cnange m ms uoos m yic-
Two mortgages recorded In one day
for a total of $3,000,000, bearing stamp
duties that bring $6887 to thV revenue
of the Territory, have an aspect oi big
businets. . , V V : '
; There' w filed In ihe Kv Mtry of
Conveyances on, July-1 a trust mort
gage pf .the Honolulu Gas Company,
Limited, to the Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Limited. . and .Edwtrd
I. Spalding, to secure the payment of
the principal and interest of an auth
orized issue of bonds of an. aggregate
amount of not exceeding one million
dollars par value at any one time out-
standing. 'V: -'. ; " - - -
' The ..present bond I&sue is for $300,-
000 to cover unfunded indebtedness
and to provide , for the improvement
as was original y IntenacJ. io three
men in the : party r re expected to ar
rive in town son. ilz-.i ytcn:srrO'.
With the return of the rescuers, who
have , been fct railing -jn eH morning
by. twe and threes, come3 a serie3
of- thrilling stales , that ' are only les3
hair-raising than the actual adventure
themselves.' ' ' r i '
Dr. Scudder will remain at Mr.
Cooke's residence pending Miss Hen
ry's complete recovery and" he has a!
ready sent for Dr.Baldwin to cone
post hrale'and minister to the surer
ing of the young.woman. Mi33 .Henry
In In. a serious condition. Her fall
which occurred Saturday night bruis
ed her severely and she incurred three
deep scalp wounds, placing her In a
condition bordering upon nervous pro
stration. Three nights' , exposure to
the elements with her wounds uncar
ed for and the horrible fears which
she could not dismiss from her mind
that perhaps she; might never be res
cued, haye left the young woman in a
precarious state end it, will only be
b careful medical attendance and
complete rest that she will recover
her original robust state of health.
Glenn Shaw, who played a leading
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Li y M - j
I J u
Ow iUtli 't
P. Andrews. irt t
treasury, hij rtsir:i-i.n t
a tarm that h:j j'JrrtJ c
In resi;r.ir!, An.'rtwi r-:
lent attack cr Cioretzry cf
ury f.!a;Vea-h. He c .
(MacVe3;'i'$) astau c
procrartin 2t! :n, his ir
ciiicn, hii p;:u!iar r: ,
cion end aver:!:n ta c. - t
d:r him unt ta c : ; -; t
position 1-9 h;L'i.
In a Isttrr ti pr- ' .
drews cpti!y c:r;-j
ticn cf th Tr: rr. ry I
mtt;r cf jr:v)i.n::r;i,'j
business th:rc ,'vit!i.
In rt-'y to t
Taft rr.sds a .'siat: -that
Anrsv. s' rt :"
quested b::iuss cf i
J U 4 i V- O
y They had ieen operating ia Seattle, J, formed.
roruana; -Beiiingham.. and Bventt! ... Anth BtE!ute -Dermlts the .Gov-
AVaoh . o r u .i - .. .
i uue larger souiu. ernor t0 create new d'.itrlcts sixty aays
ueura was iracea io awttnn - hut If an old ore-
111 I If L I J -
cinct is split Into two parts, there Is
no proviilon, he says, sUting how the
clerk shall handle those voters who
registered In the old precinct before
the division was made
XX . ' - XX
XX CRATER GETTING READY S
XX FOR FOURTH 3OF JULY XX
XX Special Star-Bulletin Wireless. XX
XX HILO, Jury Kilauca is put- XX
ting on the annual Fourth of XX
XX July display. The volcano fires, XX
XX after a sensational rise extend- XX
Special Sale of Safes
11 L flEWCK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Aia'eV
Wash., and in
Portland and then to San Mateo, Cal.,
Next he was heard of in San Fran
cisco and when. the federal sleuths
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, ui
a hospital at Placerville, Cal. He died
on June 16 and ith his death another
ciue or .the w hereabouts of Hodges
was lost. ' ' .
The Columbia River Orchard com
pany, was . in a high finance scheme
which developed amazing intricacies
when its bottom collapsed and the
postoffice inspectors, U. " S. district
attorney's office' and other authorities
began to examine its workings. Da
Larna and Hodges claimed to have
a large tract of land in Eastern Wash
ington which they had cut up into
H inK Pver Period of ten days, XX orchard acreage Thev launched an
H.are now overflowing the lower orcnara acreage. They launched an
tz rim aftd everv indiratinn i thof borate publicity campaign; selling
i - - w - w II lAb WW
stocks, bonds, the land itself, water
XX disnlar . is declared tn h nr,n f "snis, ana everyrning mat sounaea
- . vnv v WW
mere is to be a further rise. The X2
the most magnificent
S.at the crater. Many Hilo neoDle XX
PVor uai f'"uo,u";
Four million dollars isal-
in the various
This oromies to become a pertin
ent question within the next few weeks
as several petitions for the division of
pfcLent- precincts In the city have been
filed recently. -
Mott-Smith 'says that if divisions
cannot be made in some instances I.
wilT result In serious congestion tt
soue of the polls and cause consid
erate delay in the voting and count
ing of ballots. :
Following the arrival of Governor
and extension of the "gas; company s
plant .Of the remainder of the mil
lion $200,000 Is to refund at five per
cent an outstanding issue of six per
cent bonds, the balance of $500,000 to
be issued from ' time to time, under
conditions fully set forth in the mort-
(Cont!pud on ' Page 3) '
OF MAUI KltLEO
1 BAD RUNAWAY
(Special Star-Bulfetin Wireless.)
JWAILUKU, July 3. Thrown from
her carriage at 4 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, Mrs.; Samuel R-. Dowdell wife
of the architect of Paia, was so badly
Frpar who is now en route to Hono- r injured that she died at 11 o'clock last
lulu from San Francisco, Mott-Smith j night.; ' ' : : ' :
will return to his office as Secretary J Mrs. Dowdell, In company with Miss
of the Territory and be able to give . Durling, was driving when the horse
more- attention to the preparation ff became fractious and bolted. Both wo
the election proclamation and ; the j men were hurled from, the carriage,
otody of the laws governing the elec-; Mrs. Dowdell struck on her head and
No doubt there ar wives who drive
XX are leaving to see the wonderful deals, the putting through of which j their ausband to drink, and there are
XX phenomenon. , .. XX '- ' : i. - ..." ' other husbands who would like to
XX XX XXXX XX XX XXXX XX XXXXtXXX XXXXXX XX (Continued on Paga 2) have such wives.
received other injuries. She died at 11
o'clock; medical skill doing no good.
The foneral will be held at 3:30 o'clock
today. v''. ' ' ';
Miss Durling miraculously escaped
An intimation that the Federal Gov
ernment would prevent the construc
tion of the new $100,000 wharf in Ku
hio Bay, at Hilo. unless present plans
were modified, was contained in a let
ter, from Major William P. Wooten,
chief engineer officer, of the Depart
ment of Hawaii, read at the. meeting
of the Board of Harbor Commission:
ers this afternoon. ;
' He stated that the plans prepared
by the Board for the proposed wharf
would be likely to check navigation to
the small wharf on the military reser
vation near by,' and that such '-stoppage
would not be tolerated. The plans
contemplate dredging along the outer
side of the Territorial pier and filling
in on the opposite side. The Federal
Government's wharf, almost directly
opposite, wonTd' thus be allowed only
a narrow, channel, which, Major Woo
ten explains, would probably fill in
from the dirt used along the one side
of the wharf.
Chairman Campbell explained to the
Commissioners that in fa conference
with the engineers he had devised a
plan whereby rip-rap would be used
along the outer edgeof "the' fill, thus
eliminating the danger of its washing
toward the Government pier. The
Commission voted toadopt this idea,
and the' plan will be accepted by Ma
jor Wooten. ' . . ;
A slight puff will send a feUhei
brained man up in. the air.
Many a woman is moved to tears
when it isn't her move.
A woman's idea of a crank is a
man who .doesn t like her.-
J e n n i n j Cry:-;, c " :
the nomination cf '.'-
suits cf ths convt. '.i:
Champ Clark is u-iv::
and that his difsat is r
his charact:r or reccrc', i
failure, of his rr.sr.;;:rs
spirit of the convent; :
He believes, ha d:!
will pell more Rsp-'.
any other possible C
v blow to teddyi:::
ST. PAUL, Minn, July 3. Att: rr
General Smith'of Mmns;ta tzlzy z
an opinion that Cclcnel P:: ,
Progressive party has no If;:! tl.
ing, and can not pxrticipais in t: 3 f
LANSING, Mich, July 3. Csver
Chase Osborn, one of ths t:vsn
ernors who urged Roosevelt to run, t-s.
day. issued a statement izztnrz i'. :.
he hopes. the colonel wi!l alan:n ;
candidacy and the idea of a third f-'-
convention in August.
- favorite i;i cztti::g
LAS VEGAS, N. July 3. T! j
betting today is two to one that Ja: :
Johnson, cnampion of the world, wi'l
win from, Jim Flynn of Pueblo, Colo.,
LOS ANGELES, Cal, July 3. Ai
Wolgast, champion lightweight,' --is '.-.a
ten to seven favorite over Joe Ri"vrs
for. their championship battle here tomorrow.
REBELS IN MEXICO
: IN CRITICAL BATTLE
BACHIMDA, MexM July 3. Cene-?l
Huerta, the Federal leader, has attack
ed General . Orozco's feces. The out
come is critical for the rebel cause.
v '4 4 4 ' &
NO ISSUE TOMORROW.
TThe Star-Bulletin will not !
issued. tomorrow Julj' 4, follow
ing: the custom of the ilawaiiai
Star and the Evenin? V,-:zV...