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HONOLULU, HAWAII, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1906.
THE CIVIC FEDS AND REGULAR PARTY ORGANIZATIONS INACTIVE,
BUT THE LANE MEN, THE CHARLEYS AND OTHER WOULD-BE
CANDIDATES ARE OUT COUNTY ATTORNEYSHIP TO BE OPEN
RAWLINS FOR SHERIFF A GRAFT TICKET.
Ono of tho prominent Civic Federa
tion men Bald this morning that lie
did not beliove the federation would
put up a ticket In tho coming election,
but would adopt tho policy of picking
men out for endorsement, according to
their deslrabloness in the view of tho
civics. Ho i3 not now.a very enthusiastic
civic man, however, though ono of tho
principal leaders in the last fight, and
ho may bo overruled when the time
"The trouble with tho Civic Fcdera-
tion," ho said, "Is that thoy don't know
anything about politics and act like a
lot of lobst rs. It was tho Civics that
forced Carter to put up a candldato last
time, for sheriff, in tho hope of beating
A VERY PRETTY CEREMONY AT
INGREAR ADMIRAL LYONS'
1M BIS FLAG
AS BEAR ADMIRAL
WHITE STARS FLOATS FROM THE FLAGSTAFF SALUTES FROM
THE OREGON AND THE MANNING.
In the presence of a rupresentatlve About the ilagpole near the, Ewa en
gathering of official. anw facial JHono- trance, of. the naval station office was
lulu, Admiral Henry W. Lyon, the com-
mandant of tho Naval Station, raised
his flag as rear admiral this morning
at the station. The affair was a very
brilliant event and Incidentally was of
particular interest, for it was the first
affair Of the kind that had over been
held in Honolulu. The ceremony oc-
icurred at 11 o'clock.
But before that time tho grounds of
the naval station wero thronged with
tho guests that had been invited by Ad
jnral and Mrs. Lyon. In addition to
the officers of the naval station, there
.were officers from tho battleship Ore-
ax. I J i I I . . ... .
'gUIl lllttl. JlilU JUOL II.U. ....
from tho Orient, representatives from
tho army, the local consular corps,
Arttni. nnvnrnni. AtVlnsnn vnrlnns ITVr-
rltoral and Federal officials and large
numbers of the social set of the city
present to attend the ceremony.
The naval staton offices nnd lanals
has been decorated with flags of for-
elgn nations. About tho lanals wero
tables from which light refreshments
-were served. The visitors occupied
scats on tho lawn under the trees of
the station. Admiral Lyon and Mrs.
Lyon received tho guests.
H I t
K. Yamamoto wholesale dealer
In Japanese goods, will show you
choice samples. Special attention
given to plantation orders. Telephone
Main 399. P. O. Box 810. Hotel street
The Charles Guitar and Mandolin
fitudlo has been removed to the resi
dence, 762 Lunalllo street. Instru
ments given to pupils without extra
Fdne Job Printing, Star Office.
are instruments against
which your valuables aro
never safe when kept in your
liouse. Thero Is a wave of
burglary sweeping over tho
town at present. Tho only
way to ensuro absolute pro
tection against robbww is to
place your Jewels In a box In
our safe-deposit vault. Tho
rent is only $5 per year and
J N$P7 Fort Street, I
Brown. Ho was literally forced into
it by tho Civics and Sheriff Henry was
put up for the slaughter.
"The Civics can wield considerable
power in an election, but they can
novcr carry ono alone. When they
learn that lesson, thoy will amount to
"I a Civic? O yes, but I haven't gone
to tho meetings for a long time. I
don't much like tho way they seem
disposed to run things."
The fact Is that the Civic Federation
has not made any start yet, any moro
than either of the regular party .or-
ganlzatlons has. It Is the Kuhlo men,
(Continued from pagre Ave)
THE NAVAL STATION THIS MORN
BLUE FLAG WITH ITS TWO
the Hawaiian Band, and squads of
marlnes nnd jacklcs from the naval
stnti0n. Promptly at 11 o'clock the
sma bluo nB wlth Uie two white Stars
of tho relr atlmrai-s rank was hoisted
to the 8tralns ot the Stars and Stripes
n,arch by the band. Admiral Lyon was
nt onco tho recltllent of comrnitula-
tlons from all sides.
The instant that the Hag was raised
the guns at the naval station began a
salute of thirteen guns ,the salute to a
rear admiral. Immediately following
the saluto from the naval station the
guns from tho battleship Oregon
burst forth Into tho rear admiral's
salute. Th naval station guns J.hn
replied with a salute of seven guns to
the Oregon and following were heard
thirteen guns of salute to Admiral Ly-
fom tho revenue cutter Daniel
Manning. The battleship had come ln-
to the harbor Just a few minutes time
before the Hag was raised and her
presence added to the brilliancy of. tho
Following the salutes the band gave
a concert of popular airs up to noon
when the guests departed.
SHEATHING ON PILES
DIVER AT WORK AT THE BREWER
WHARF LARGE NUMBER OF
SHEETS HAD TO BE REPLACED.
Tho diver Is at work replacing tho
defective copper sheathing at tho now
Brewer wharf with new sheets. Tho
examination of tho sheathing was
finished some days ago. It was found
that over 400 sheets of tho copper wero
defective. The fault was not with tho
local contractors it Is stated, but with
tho manufacturers of tho material.
This is the first defective material of
tho kind that has over come to Hono
lulu. The expense will be quite heavy
but It Is likely that the local contrac
tors will try to put tho oxpenso on the
concern from which tho copper was
All kinds of Island Jams, Jellies and
pickles. Mrs. Kearns, 181 Hotel St
ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
Peoploiwho know prefer Rainier beer
In springtime also In summer, fall and
Special sale of Armstrongs' groat
book "Around tho World with a King"
Reduced $1.60 to $1.30. At Arlelgh's.
Lutted's Taro Flour, for sale by Hen
ry May & Co. and C, J. Day & Co,
YOU SHOULD KNOW.
We have reduced tho price on certain
Urea of fine stationery. Your money
savers. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 20. Senator Perkins of California today In
troduced bill to purchase a site for a Federal public building at Honolulu
for the sum ot $200,000. ,
TO FORTIFY HAWAII
WASHINGTON, D. C.-, March 20. Tho Senate today struck out tho ap
propriations for fortifications In tho Phlllplnes and appropriated $260,000 for
fortifications In tho Territory of Hawaii.
I D DP
NEW YORK, March 20. fTho price
cents per hundred.
HEAVY ROBBERY IN MOSCOW.
MOSCOW, March 20. Twenty men today robbed the Mutual Credit So
ciety's bank of $423,000 and effected their escape.
BAD EARTHQUAKE IN FORMOSA.
TOKIO, March 20. Thero has been a bad earthquake In Formosa. 1014
persons were killed, 693 Injured and 14 00 houses destroyed.
PRIZE FIGHTER'S MOTHER DEMANDS VENGENCE.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 20. Tho mother of Harry Tericy tho dead prize
lighter, today swore to complaints charging Frankle Nell and tho promotors of
the recent prize fight where her son received a fatal beating from Nell, with
BULL DOG OF (THE NAVY ARRIVES
FROM THE ORIENT TO GO OUT
OF COMMISSION ON THE COAST.
After nearly four years of hard ser
vice on the Asiatic station the U. S.
Battleship Oregon Is now on her waj!
homo to go out of commission. Sin
arrived oft port this morning from the
Orient after an uneventful trip. Sh
came Into the harbor about 10:30 a. in.
just before a very interesting ceremony i
fit 1 1, Vn..nl L' t . I I ... V
Rear Admiral Lyon raised the Hag of
his grade. Tho Oregon left Yokohama
twelve and a half days ago. She went
Into dry dock at Hongkong In order to
ennblo her to make the trip to this
port. She then went to Yokohama be
fore coming to Honolulu.
The vessel last visited Honolulu In
1903 when she was with Admiral Evans'
fleet. Sho went out to the Orient ori
ginally In 1902 and has been on duty
ever since, u was wnno uouna w me
Orient from Honolulu that sho encoun
tered a severe hurrlcano that nearly
sent her to the bottom. She sustained
damage. It Is thought, that eventually
neccssltated her going out of commis-
slon for a complete overhauling.
Most of tho officers aboard the vessel
wero sent to her for the purpose of
taking the vessel home. Captain J. P.
Merrell. her commander, has been In
command ot the vessel for over a year,
Ensign G. J. Rowclllt has also been
with tho vessel somo time. Three of
tho officers, Ensigns F. C. Martin, C. S.
Kewick and F. J. Marquart, wero Willi
tho vessel when sho passed through
Honolulu in 1902. Tho vessel carries a
crew of C01 men and 35 offlcors. She Is
going to San Francisco from Honolulu
as sho has to discharge a quantity of
ammunition tnl en from the Cavlte
naval yard. Tho ammunition Is dam
aged. I Tho prison directors have rocommend-
Tho vessel trrlos probably the long-
cst homeward penant In tho nivy. It
is 551 feet In length and Is mado ot
silk. Tho pennant, Jack nnd ensign
were purchased by tho ship's erew In
Japan and will bo presented to tho An-
napolls Naval Academy whon tho ves-
sel goes out of commission. The Ore
gon will take on about 1000 torn? of coal
and will remain In Honolulu about four
or five days. Sho will go from San
Francisco to Bremerton.
Her officers nro as follows: Captain
J. P. , Merrell, commanding; Lleut
Comdr. W. W. Buchanan, executive of
ficer; Liout.-Comdr. S. D. Muler, chief
engineer; Llout.-Comdr. G. W. Wil
liams, navigator; L'out. J. A. Church,
ordnance officer; Ensign E. J. Mar-
quart, Ensign G. J. Rowollff, Ensign J.
P. Lannnn, Ensign F. C. Martin. En
sign P. C. Dowllng, Ensign C. W. Ear
ly, Ensign J. C. Townsond, Ensign O.
F. Oinper, Ensign C. S. Kowlck, En
sign K. B. Crlttedon, Ens'gn R. S.
Holmos, Ensign F. H. Sadler, Ensign
C. A. Rlchter, Surgeon Faronholt, P. A.
Surgeon Dykos, P. A, Surgeon Dean,
Paymaster H. H. Bolttee.
Cable to The Star.)
of refined sugar has been advanced 10
CLAIMED THAT ONE OF CORNER
PILES ON NEW WILDER WHARF
WAS PULLED LOOSE SUNDAY.
It is said that the dredger Paclllc did
some damage to the new Wilder wharf
Sunday afternoon. The dredger which
had beon operating in tho upper sec
tion of the harbor attached a line, it is,
claimed, to the, piles on tho Walklkl
makal corner of tho Wilder wharf. The
strain was too great for tho pllo and'
It was pulled loose. Tho government
officials wero satisfied that the pllo had
been pulled out by the dredger Pacific,
so it is proposed to have tho pllo re
placed and charge the damage to tho
WAS AT ONE TIME A LARGE
LEAVES WIFE IN HONOLULU.
. . ...
Wllllam Dunbar' wh recentI- entor-
eu mo employ oi me wauuKU sugar
Company, died last night In the Malu-
lanl Hospital at Watluku. He suffered
a stroke of paraylsls last Thursday and
died without regaining consciousness.
Mrs. Dunbar, who resides at 716 Bo-
retanla street, was advised of his death
last evening by wireless. She sailed on
tho Klnau at noon today for Wailuku.
Dunbar was at one time ono of the
largest contractors and builders in San
Francisco. Ho has been in Hawaii
however for soveral years past.
eu mac Tang ah ivnna, serving a son-
fence ror loDUery in tne nrst uogreo,
be parolled uiuUr tho now law. Ho
was convicted January 6, 190j, of rou-
bory. Acting Govornor Atkinson has
taken tho matter undor consideration
Attorney General Peters this morn
Ing received a wireless from Deputy
Attornoy General Mllverton at HUo
which said that MorJa Kalzo had boon
convicted of murder In tho first degree.
Qeorge D. Gear has opened law of
fices In the rooms formerly occupied by
Justice Hatch on Kaahumanu street.
Telephone Main 214.
Graphophone free. See
NO SHOWINO THAT WOULD-BE
COMPETITORS WERE SHUT OUT
BY ALLEGED COMBINE.
The urgument for the government
begnn this afternoon In tho beef trust
caso In Judge Dole's court after S. H.
Derby had closed for tho respondents,
In support of the special demurrer filed
by Klney, MeClanahan nnd Cooper.
Derby argued that thero was no law
In tho Territory against a monopoly,
and thnt unless It was shown that
there was a conspiracy of tho res
pondents which shut out third parties
and prevented them from doing busi
ness no case could be sustained.
Judge Dole asked a question as to
whether tho combination must be a
malevolent one, In order to bo legally
Iscubject to nn injunction. Derby,
Wilthlngton and Ballou all replied set
ting forth their views, which substan
tially agreed thnt a combination Is res
traint of trade, In order to bo subject
to Injunction, must shut out persons
who would like to engage in the trade
and must therefore bo a malevolent ono
It-was claimed that tho alleged "'beef
trust" was not shown to have stopped
J. J. Dunne, arguing for the govern
ment, began with a discussion of the
decisions In other recent trust cases
decided by tho United States Supremo
Court. The case will probably be sub
mlted on briefs this aftemon or to
morrow. The Inspection and exhibition drill of i
Company F, yesterday afternon attract- I
ed hundreds of Interested spectators.
THE INCIDENT OF THE SATURDAY NIGHT HCfLLD-UP BY "CRIMIN
OLOGIST" LAKE, AS TOLD BY LEWIS AND McCORRISTON THE
TWO YOUNG MEN ON WHOM
SAY LAKE WAS DRUNK.
"The meeting with Lake," said J.
Lewis this morning "occurred Satur-
day night. I was In company with
Gcorgo McCorrlston and nnd been at
tho dancing hull on Kukul street, look-
ing for somo friends. Wo did not find
tho parties we were after so decided to
go to tho skating rink In hopes of find-
lug them there. Wo walked down
Nuuanu street toward town and when
about tho Mint saloon wo saw Lake
standing thero. I did not pay any par-
tlcular uttentlon to him but walked on
toward Hotel street. He crossed to
tho left hand side of Nuuanu street by
GOOD VALUES IN LINS.N.
Received large stock of Irish Linen
for dresses, waists, pillow casing, fancy
work nnd handkerchiefs, this shipment
comes direct from tho factory our
prices very reasonable. Pacific Import
TO SUFFERING HUMANITY.
Aro you troubled with sciatica, lamo
back or rheumatism? Glvo Chamber
lain's Pain Balm a trial and. you will
be delighted with the result. Our ap
plication gives somo relief from pain.
For salo by all dealers, Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for Hawaii.
SALE OF EMBROIDERIES.
Sachs' big salo of embroideries be
gins Monday morning, March 19th. Ex
ceptional opportunity to lay In a sup
ply for present and futurouse.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
MORE POINTS IN DEFENSE OF
MURDER CASE BROUGHT OUT
Tho defenso in tho Johnson murder
caso proposes to attack tho confession.'
made by Johnson and claim that it
was secured by duress. In fact some,
sensational claims of torturo Inflicted
on tho prlEonor may be advanced as a
part of tho general defense Johnson,
it will bo remembered, ninde a come
plete statement of how ho killed .the
Wharton boy, very soon after bolngar
rested. During tho examinations yot
Jurors this morning Attorney Harrlsoa
for the defendant stated that tho ton
fesslon would be attacked as madtt
The question of whether unusual at
rocity In a homicide Is evidence of in
sanity on the part of the slayer, was a.
good deal discussed this morning la
Harrison's questions to the Jurors. Ono
Juror was held disqualified yesterday;
on account of his belief that any per
son guilty of a specially atrocious kill
ing must bo Insane.
Of the special ventre of 24 new Jur
ors Issued yesterday the following four
teen wero tho only ones served and
summoned to court this morning: Wil
liam Buckle, John K. Isanc, John Cof
fee, S. A. Walker, Goorgo C. Fuller.
Thomas Klnslea, C. F. Merrllleld, W.
M. Buchanan, T. II. Petrle, John Wa
tcrhouse, Gerald Hughos, John F. So
per. A. B. Arlelgh, E. E. Hlngioy.
The sheet Iron cylinder marking tho
trig station on Tantalus has been shot
full of holes by visitors who could not
resist the tempoatlon to mako a target
DREW HIS REVOLVER BOTH
Pauahl street and then McCorrlstoa
happened to notice that Lake was fol-
lowing us. I did not at that time know
who Lake was. Wo walked along and
turned Into Hotel street and when
passing the llttlo alloy way that leads
into tho Merry-go-Round Geprgo said
that he was still following' us. Wo did
not know why ho shouldfpllow us so
wo decided to go into the Criterion
Saloon to see If ho could not got rid of
him. He camo In after us and I no-
ticed thnt ho was looking, quite hard
(Continued on pagu flvel
This notice Is printed for tho benefit
of thoso benighted Individuals who aro
unawaro that the best lunch and liquors
in town arc obtainable at tho Criterion.
Automobiles can be Hired day or
night at Club Stables, Fort Street.
If Hot, Vhf Not?
Try our "All America" gun
metal cnlf bluchor bal. Sonslblo
In stylo, porfect fitter and suro
to glvo satisfaction.
PHONE MAIN 282.
1051 FOUT SRfiET