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Evenlnjr Bulletin, Est 1882. No. 5:06.
iiawaiutn Star, Vol XX No. 6347.
HONOLULU, TEnniTOItY OP HAWAII, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1912. -11 PAGES.
PRICE FIVE CENT 3
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Reported to Be Aide of .Young
v iH. Havemeyer in War'oh --v
K; Combine- ;
- Because he - claims the sugar trust
besmirched the name of his father.
young -Horace Havemeyer, son , of II.
O. ; Havemeyer, , .the ; creator, of the
trust, has declared war on the Amer
ican fiugar,Reilning Co with the cre
ation i of the f new sugar company
known as Welch, Havemeyer & Fair,-
- child, the last named member being
Senator George H. Fairchild of Kauai,
vho will ahortly go to Manila as the
representative of the company ; there.
, The Above , Information is , contain-
ed In a newspaper dispatch from New
.Tork which goes on to say; .;-. .,
. . Young 'Havemeyer is being actively
; aided In his flght; by - his stepmother
; and his two sisters, Mrs. Peter H. B.
Frelinghuysen (Miss 'Adeline Have
merer), and ' Mrs. J. Watson Webb
Mlss Electra Havemeyer). "
Brieve; Interested. :f'- -:v " ' (
? lis bride, who was Miss Doris I.
; Dick,' is also Interested. " r A trade
' the .; Ar buckle Company and the
" Sprcckels interests, which control
; the Federal -.Eugar Refining Company.
With these immense , interests be
'- hind-; hlmti young ; Hayepeyer; feels
klrongly cuoush entrenched to vgive
vbattle to e. XnisPrice. cutting .will
; re lnausaraieao-navemeyer , nas ar
? ranged- to; capitalize ; (he -sugar lands
he owni iatho Fhllippinesrand?ln,the
fl.Wuti.J ;.'v:r.: i
- 'The. National Sugar Refining; Com
1 i any of New , Jersey ' Is the ., trust's
greatest independent competitor,''
laid young Havemeyer recently, "and
through 83,000 shares . of i- common
: through 93,000,000 . shares of, common
, stock willed by my father to my sis-
ters and myself. As long as I hold
this the Sugar Trust will know It has
: ft competitor In the. field.! - . .
' -May Lose Stock. "
'Mr. Havemeyer may lose this stock,
' which is valued at 110,000,000, how
H ever, unless he can show that his fa
Chief of Detectives Back from.
the Mainland with the
. : v Apparatus
WISHES TO INSTALL
NEW METHOD HERE
Favors 1 1t Oversold i Bertillon
Style of Identifying :
Criminals - ' :
(Centinuttf on Pg -3)
A fingerprint system for the Iden
tification of criminal either now in
thecu8tody v of the Territorial - and
city j and i county government, or who
may fall into ; the dragnet i of peace
officials in these Islands, designed af
ter the latest and most . approved
methods now in vogue throughout the
big centers of population in the Unit-
ed .States,- tg In a fair 1 . way ' for adop
tion by the police department of Ho
nolulu, following the extended visit
of Chief of Detectives Arthur McDuf
fle to the mainland. : : . - : .
As a passenger in the Oceanic liner
Ventura, which arrived ; from San
Francisco this ; morning, - Chief' Mc
Dufile returned after J ; having- , spent
two months in touring the Pacific
Sakes Study of System. -
"I spent much time ; In " making a
careful Investigation of several finger
print systems for the identification of
prisoners and criminals while; away,"
stated the chief, who Is back ; at his
desk today and ready for business,
'. I "was ; shown - every courtesy bjr
heads of police departments at Coast
cities such as San Francisco. Los An
geles, San Diego, Seattle, Tacoma and
"I have a line; on -a- systefli'',bf fin
gerprint Identification' that;!' Is - con
ceded ' to have many - advantages : over
the old style' Bertillon methods still
In vogue oh the mainland. 4 ' .
VChief of Police Vellmer'of Berke
ley,. CaU ; was instrumental r in my
paying particular . attention to a
method lately devised by E. R. Henry
possesses many advantages oyer old
er methods, and whichjfo xny mind is
peculiarly adapted to. requirements
as we find them In the Islands, it
must v be remembered : that v with : a
large Oriental population, conditions
that obtain here are far different from
those of many cities on : the main
land, 'i -L, ';-; . . ?
MI took the initiative and purchased
Tour of; Chinatown by! Com-
, miuee or uiuzens bnows
' r,the Change r
HEALTH , BOARD FIGHT
Back again to Honolula, which for
more than four r months last winter
was the home port of 4he Pacific fleet.
have come the armored cruisers Cal
ifornia and South Dakota, the former
HAVINft ITQ FCCCPT 1116 nagsnip oi; Hear Admiral W. ILi
f H. Southerland, commandeMn-chiefof
tne neet. . The? California la at the
navy dock, , while the "Ess Dee" is ly
ing in" the stream, a broken nroDeller
shaft making ft inadvisable for her.'
to navigate the (Channel and make the t
difficult docking. Both ships are coal
Licenses -Held Up Until Im
provement Work is
t Performed? .
Honolulu's Oriental Quarter is learn-1 ing today' and tomorrow afternoon
ing slowly v the -way to sanitation they will' sail for San Francisco, the
painted out by the Board of Health. , f flagship convoying the South Dakota.
President? Pratt of the board. Sani-1 to the Mare Island navy, yard for ro
tary inspector Harry. Klemme, in pairs, J and then proceeding to . San;
cnarge 01 the Chinatown district; B. Diego. ; : " ; ? I
Von Damm,- chairman of the v Oahu f The two cruisers '.how In port to
central improvement committee; Geo. gether with : the Colorado, left here
Q. Guild, secretary; ; E. A. Berndt and March 17 for Olongapo,;. I., to hold
a. representative of the Star-Bulletin target practise and presumably, to be
made tour ; of Chinatown east of nearer the scene of possible trouble
wuuanu stream for two hours - this I TO China., It was an . lppeh secret at
morning. The inXo'nnal Vcommlttee I that time that the fleit was held In
of citizens' dived Into dark kitchens, Honolulu by the State Department,
hallways, v skirmished through the 1 and that the diplomatists in Washing-
backyards of tenement houses swarm-1 ton were unwilling to let the cruisers
ing . with, life, -.. and . saw everything get back to San Diego for their spring
irom opium dens - with dreamy-eyed I firing,- preferring to send them to
Chinamen "hitting the pipe? to rthe Philippine waters. '
courtyards of ; restaurants and meat-1 Strenuous Time. .
shops patronized , by I Occidental as i "Hot weather and hard work," said
well as Oriental Admiral Southerland this morning,
Indescribable conditions of filth and when asked for si resume of the cruise
sanitary neglect were uncovered In a by a Star-Bulletin reporter, "it was
number; of blocks running mauka of 1 frightfully ; hot at Olongapo and Ma
King, street - on - both sides " of JMauna-1 nila, and A what - with preparation- for
iea street :'' However further" up : the j target practise, actual practise - and
Board 1 of Health's campaign for ce- the steaming '? trials, we Tiad all we
ment flooring and sanitary roofing and I could do : before -leaving for a short
sidlngis evident Thousands of dol- cruise in China waters.- The showing
lars of cement floors have, been laid I made by thehPcIfic -fleet " in target
Coliseum Filled With Good-Natured, Noi
Throng as Bull Moose Party Goes Into
' 1 - Associated Pret Cable . v ' r
CHICAGO, -.III. August 5. If the re were any daubt as ta
LProgressives-lntended to nominate for President at thslr csr.v: .
sentiment of the delegates here to attend :tht-. national csnvtr. ,
opened today, dispelled it All the discussion to fxr h:s c .
choice of a Vice-President There Is much tslk cf Cv. Hiri ;
of : California, although -possibly a Soithem Dsmscrat rr-y ts r
' The convention was called to order In the Xcllssurn at 11:
today Senator Dixon, Roosevelt's raan2;;r . taklri this d.ty.
Senator A. J. Deverldao oMndlana was elected tirrrtrsry i::r
Oscar King Davis, a well-known Washington newipsptr c:r.
and.for some months past head of the' .-Roosevelt p--tll:ity t.. . ,
named geheral secretary. ' .: .
The opening of the convention was marked by much c::i r-'
noisy songs and cheers; rang through the halls. At ns o'c!::'
teum wasr practically full.v v.
V Beverldge, in his ,keynoteM. speech denounced tha ir.
-ernmentT a he termed corporation .rule, which, he d::!ir; .',
acterued the Taft administration. He declared that this wir..
ernment" It the chief 'danger to American Institutions. ,
: Col. Roosevelt arrived In Chlcaco durln-a tha rr! rr.!" f
REAR ADMIRAL W. H H.. SOUTH-1 Bay. He made a thort speech at hia hotel to a lar-s trz '.
ERLAND,,COMMANDER OF PA- went unattended; to tha Coliseum. His "canfesslsn cf f :' v
tomorrow...", : ' .-:'. J-
CIRC FLEET NOW-IN PORT.
practise was most; satisfactory. We
have heard a' rumor. that the. Colorado
has won the gunnery trophy, for the
year her' fine work io. fall practise,
of course,' counting on the general re
sult and we expect .the California and
South Dakota to be well . up on the
Sugar Probs Seer.
-1 . . " , .Associated Press Cable) rj .
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, : Auaust 5-The teens cf tv
list bringing all the ships of the Pa-1 vestlgatlorv shifted to this tclty today when tht Inv : :t .
cific fleet inside' the flrst ;teni X" 'The essna session hera'that" la' expected.' to u'neover t.j
(California should .be third "or fourth, Ceat Utah su;ar- companlet, control! ed by Mormon c : ; :
. There has: been no -mystery "about trust - v ' - i
: . - David H. Elethen,.
ryctliwdoastrrahi.. ties in attempting to i
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Paty Prepares Petition; but
. Jungclaus Says He Has
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In accordance with the maxim that
'Van. ounce of prevention Is worth a
pound of cure, George W. Paty, secre
tary of , the Anti-Saloon League,- has
prepared a petition f to be circulated
: among' the property-owners on Ho
. tel street, Walklkl of Fort, asking that
A. H. Jungclaus, proprietor of the new
Palm Cafe, to be opened shortly, be
denied a special license to sell liquor
alter midnight and on Sundays.
As yet, Jungclaus has not made ap
plication for a special liquor license
and when questioned this morning de7
-clared that he had not given the mat-
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M U LT I G R A P H
A Machine of Economy
H. E. H E N D R.I C K, LT D;
Ccrner f.Trrchant and Alakea
ter any thought ! although he didn't
see why the privilege should not be
granted , him when, so many others In
the city were ; in possession of a 11
cense. ' : , ." '
i Secretary Paty has not seciired any
names but is waiting for the return
from: Hawaii ; of EL A. Mott-Smith,
owner of the Clarion building. It is
Paty's intention to have Mott-Smith 'a
name head the list and then to cir
culate the petition among others own
ing property, In the vicinity of Hotel
and Union streets, v where the new
cafe will be.opened.. : .
BY C. S. ALBERT.
Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence)
WASHINGTON, July ! 25: Hawaii
must wait a year, and possibly 'for a
onger period, before a Postal Savings
Bank la establised at; any, point in the
' Territory. This conclusion has been
Whether the federal grand jury will! reached by Director Weed and his as-
recelve evidence from Peyton Gordon, scciates In planning tne future of the
, oio - r system; The decision has proven a
qulsitorlal body, is a subject of some
Fpcculatlon.-. There ls an Interesting
termined .- to open a - postal savings
bank either in Honolulu or HIlo with
tnM,o f tu w in a few weeks from this jtime.
the jury .has been called to convene ''TiJHf?-
again on Wednesday, the same day on n the present regulations J&J
which Gordon Is expected to reach f w T J6? e VSifw1 a
ik Ht nti th wiihirtiinft deposited In the postal banks. A re-
The little Information received touiremUL ir L f
to indicate that his stop here may be fvei7 J- This would naturally prove
brif. thaf he will b imnhtft to con- m'POBSiuie iu i" raw oi uaua. iu-
o ovtcnoiro invaetfrattAn cated in HawaiL It was .computed
rsntfaiiv tht h m mpriv that two weks would be required for
Treview evidence already gathered be- toe receipt of the accounts necessary
fore It. is presented to the jury. w cnecK up ie onK. u wa. not up-
Whether this evidence is In the Posea uiere wuum .u ui8uuuC8iy
torney or has been gathered by de
tectives whose identity is unknown
here, is also a mystery. R. W. Breck
ons declines. to discuss the matter,
intimating he is in ignorance of the
full purpose of the special agent's
a merchant cf CJackfoct, ;-fJ-" t.'. J
start a local beet tu-:r f;:t:ry. .
went Into' hit story In an endeavor to find -cut'-v' t .r
used bycompetltera to shut him cut cf tht fsIJ.
WA8rtiNdTON D. O, '".'August 5,Pretident Taft must v:to tv: I
wool bill to remain consistent with his previous actlon.'jfcr C:r;r;:j t
sent him a bill identical with the one he vetoed lnN 1311.
The Senate adopted today the conference commltirs't rt;:rt cn
LaFollette-Uriderwood bill revitfng the wool tariff. Tht v:t3 In i: 5
r te was 35 to 23, tlx progressives Joining the'-' Democrat. Th 3 tiil
.gees' to the President. ;:.t , ; . '
regulations . were mandatory y and an
exception .could .not5 be - made'; in; the
case Of one bantc. ;The same; rule was
made applicable to Porto Hico. '.- "
t " It was the original plan' of the pos
tal authorities, ere to ' establish the
first savings bank at HIlo. 4 It was
thought ' preferable to i try the - system
out at a smaller place before opening
one. In Honolulu; .'It Is "now beiieved
that when the time comes for' opening that the oroeecutlon mlaht atk Clarence Darrow. unitr tr - f-r
the bank in will be located in Hqo-1 en. impeaching quettion bated on.; the dictograph records s:c-r: J 1
.DICTAGRAPH EVIDENCE PARTIALLY RECOE'liZZD
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LOS ANGELES, CaU August 5 Judge Georce H. Huttcn t:f:y r
: "I am extremely - anxious to estab
lish a postal savings' banlc in Hawaii,"
aald Director Weed . to the Star-Bulletin
Correspondent "I believe the
Territories should have the stnle ad
vantages as are enjoyed by people In
the States. Plans had been made to
carry out this Intention with v refer
ence to Hawaii, but it waa found im-1 f at j,cp
possible to check up tne - accounts
daily, as required by the regulations.
"I hope that within a year from thin
time some way can be devised to
avoid this difficulty. Whenever ft cin
be done one or more postal savipgs
banks will be opened in Hawaii." :
detectives.? No- ruling was made as tc the admissability cf V 5 f.:i
cript of evidence thus secured, -Cross Examination has t::n f .-.i;h:J
rcairect examination. began today '. i : "i -v - "r t
TAFTST0 G0p CIHCINfJATI FOR FU.'JEjIAL
' ''..''' ' ';- '''J ISpechU Cable to,8tar-BuUettalk rV "'
, WASHINGTON, ;D. O, Augutt 5. president and Mrs. Taft left t:
for: Cincinnati on account of the death of John W. Herron, Mrs. Tt. .
JUDGE HANFORD'S. RESIGNATION ACCEPTED.
PDIR ESCAPES 0II THOMAS
BELIEVED AT LARGE IN THIS CITY
. . : (Special -Cable to Star-Bulletin J. ' ,.
, WASHINGTON, , D. Cn August 5. President Taft hat r accepted t
resignation of Federal Judge C. H. Hanford,who has been the
of impeachment proceedings. V - .
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arconi wpies :
e Closed lis UgoIi
C0TJ0N TARIFF BILL GETS REBUFF BY SENATE
:,''tZ Special Cable to SUr-Bullettn) -
- WARHlNRTnN ': rl f. iunuit KTk mmm '
day reported, adversely on the cotton tariff revision bill.
fers Headquarters from
Seattle to Frisco
A' military convict with two and
one-half years to serve sentence, who
was beThg -transported from Fort Mc-
Kinley, at Manila to the United
States and was expected to join the
colony of Uncle-Sam's prisoners at
Port Leavenworth, Kan., broke from
the custody of an armed guard on
board the transport Thomas last even
ingand at -noon today the man had
not been recaptured.
Feigning the need of personal at
tention, two long-time prisoners were
removed from the brig in the Thomas
and led to another portion of the ship.
f hjeo men were leff for a moment in
a small stateroom which had been
supposed as strongly guarded. , After
a brief wait, the guard pushed his
way Into the room, only to find one
man where but an instant before two
had entered. A general call was is
sued, and despite a ransacking of the
troopship from stem to stern the
muchly sought convict was not, discovered.-
Acting on instructions receive from
F. Minturn Sammis, chief engineer of
Some of the officers are inclined to the Marconi Wireless System In
the opinion that the man made his I America, who is In Honolulu arrang-
escape through a large port, and beat
a hasty retreat for the cityl.
Again, there is a well-defined senti
ment on board that the prisoner has
never left the transport, and will
probably remain in hiding, aided by
one or more pals who are believed
traveling to the mainland in the
The escape created all sorts of ex
citement on board the crowded troop
ship last evening. The getaway is
cne that has completely baffled the
officers and it will mean that extra
precaution will be exercised as the
vessel nears'the port of San Francis
co, with a hope that the missing man
will be gathered into the strong arms
of the law again.
The Thomas is scheduled to sail for
the Coast at six o'clock this evening,
taking from this port 15 additional
cabin, 6 second class and a number of
troop passengers, ; destined for the
mainland. " ' ;'"v:'; ." --.-' '
Chief Engineer.Sammis Jm ;
The sites required for the-two sta
tions on Oahu will require a . strip
about two miles in length. At one of
the stations messages will be receiv
ed from and transmitted to San Fran
cisco; at the other messages will be
received from and transmitted to
Guam, which will be the next station
toward the Orient The two . plants
to be built here will cost $300,000. -
ing for the installation of a great
wireless station here,1 the headquar
ters of the Marconi company have
been moved from Seattle to San
ine change waa made, it is under
stood, because the directors of the
company believed that the executive
work on the Pacific Coast -ac-uld be
performed at San Francisco, 'which,
with the opening of the Panama Ca
nal, is likely to take rank among the
principal shipping centers of the
Mr. Sammis has been in Honolulu
for several weeks securing a site for
the two big stations which will form
one of the principal links in the wire
less chain connecting North America
with the Orient and which will event
ually extend around the world. The
chief engineer stated this morning
that he expected to close up the mat
ter of a site this week and would then
go to San Francisco td superintend
(Special Star-Bulletin Xerogram
HILO, Aug. 5. Lying beside the
Hilo railroad track midway between
Hilo and Waiakea, the body of an
aged Chinaman waa found shortly af
ter midnight last Saturday by a con
ductor of the train. ! 1 ;i . : - t : :
A coroner's Jury, after, considering
the case, returned the verdict that
the man . waa killed by a train. The
evidence showed that he must have
been walking through the rain with
yvyvvsANAAAAA umbrella down-over his head when
struck by the train. His head and
i ttti i , c4 .. ;-T face were horribly battered, the head
Special Wireless to Star-Bulletln nanglng;to the neck onlyby a piece
' HILO, August 5. Many plan- of skin, r-
J tatlons are suffering from ; the $ The body. It was brought out" waa
3 long drought and the : situation, 4? left lying beside th' track, vrith only
is becoming serious indeed.; Un- a bag over the head, until 9. o'clock. ;
less rain falls soon, the growing r The Jury recommended that the
cane crops will be badly, affected. 4 railroad move the ties piled on both
. .. . : ; ' ; - : sides of the track, as this wa3 tie
3 g $ $ eeccVdfith In t'T'"'-'1-.
. The management of the Moana 1!
tel announces a dance to be glv?a t'
evening for the guests of the t ';: i
which the Arniy and. Navy - f gIU l
local society people; are cordially :
vlted. i';.- :' r , 4 . "
GETS YEAR HI JAIL !
v . FOR STEALING r.:.
Lee Sun was sentenced to or 3 t"
bf air."'; months and ; to two t,: rn: -three
months in the police cc:::
morning for stealing .three
rice, each bag being Um c ;
feient occasion. Hi3 in c tit -' c :
ed in Joining the crovi
on the sidewalk and p!C !r ; .? a
of rice and carryis if c::.
. He tried this cn July 21. '
at .'a 'different
and was finally