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Vol. XV ni No. R338
i HONOLULTJ. TK.UKITORT OF HAWAII. THUKHDAT MAItOH 22 W
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HOME RULE LEADER'S POLITICAL TALK
Tlio aniroach of the campaign Is
tommenclnc to create a stir anions
the Home Killers. It Is unattended !)'
no small uneasiness to them. When
interviewed yesterday, Mr. I'oepoo, one
of (he leaders of the Homo Ilule paity
who was cnndldata for Sheriff at the
County election, did not hesitate to ex
press the fear that the Importation of
the Molokans Into the Islands will cut
tome hole In their voting power. Whit
it would not afreet them cry much thla
time, still ho fears that the time Is not
far .distant when It would tell. It the
iM,iMini4 '(mtnlni-n(lnn tnn iBitrni nm
jil iugru tiuiiuiHVivii iiiviibuiio
While the narty has been renrgan-'
lied, still nothing has been done In pre-' luteal organization. When asked It tba
rlnct clubs .Mr. I'ocpoc, when asked J Intention of such course, if pursued,
us to whether or no the Democrats and would not bo for the purposo of rnnln
the Homo Ilulers would fuse ugaln.jtnlnlng tho cry, "Hawaii for Hawaii
was Indisposed to answer tho question nns," Mr. I'oenoe said, "Not at all. V
directly, but referred to the victory of (Continued on Page 8.)
Hich Official Declares
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Get a Lawyer
LETW. C.T-U. AND CIVIC
FEDS QUIT POLUICAL GAME
MR. RICHARDS WANTS OFFICIAL
BACKING COOKS FROM GOA.
CHOP HOUSE WISDOM
AND HOT AIR.
I'm a rocmbor of tho Civic Kedcra- to lose oxcept my present High om
tlon and I'm proud of ,t." said The g-Jj" $&.
High Official at Nolto 1 1 chop house this Th(J ConguUr neprescntatlvo drop
morning, tearing up his ten-cent cor- cd ,,, apoon Tha pedagogue pro
fee check In a tit of earnestness. Id cce(eij to D0 08t n an artlclo entitled
llko to know though what Is the ob; ..Nothing for Nothing" In Town Talk.
Ject of tho Kedorntlon. ' Tno uroker gpiuttcrcd so ho had to re.
"Id llko to Know also,- remarKea
tho Consular Representative,
"Me, too," said the Hrokcr.
"And I," chipped In tho Pedagogue.
"They say they're going to purity
politics," said the Reporter.
"Oh, violets!" said tho High OJIktal,
"the sooner tho Civic Federation and
,the W. C T. U., and such, drop news
papers and politics and get down to
work, the sooner will thoy begin to
aciqmplish somothlng. I told Teddy
Richard k this morning. Teddy was
real mad. He wants to light the sa
loons and he's been nagging me to
back him up."
"What did you tell hlmT" asked tho
The Home of
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Messrs. Trent and Moorn at the county
election, which ho hinted wns at the
expense of tho Homo Ilule vote to a
He contends that It tnc straight tick
et had been voted for by the Fusion
Ists, some of the other candidates on
the fusion slate Would have been elect
ed. Ucyond this, which ho terms sing
ular, ho would Ray anything. Ho left
his Interviewer with the strong Impres
sion, however, that the Homo Hulcrs
will oppose- any terms of fusion.
Mr. I'oepoo's Idea Is, as appears from
aro.the editorials In his dally paper known
as the Kanuiaupunl, that H:iwallanj
should all belong to, or form, one po
I Pedagogue. '
"I told him," said tho High Official,
"that he'd novcr accomplish anything
I by trying to put holokus on prize-
, I fighters or by saying mean things
about the saloons. 'Do what tho re
formers do on tho continent,' I told
htm, 'retain a good lawyer llko Billy
Hawllns, I said, 'and go about tho
business In tho right way. Let your
Inwva, fln.l nt hnw (n tittnlah tlin
Jawbren,cr" - ' w,,hoi,t a iawyer ti,e
Richards complains that tho courts
don't hit liquor offenders hard
enough. Again I say: Violets! Let
them hlo speedily to a lawyer."
"What's your attltudo in tio game?"
Inquired tho llrokcr, brenklng a toast
ed bun and raking together his "scram
"What game? " asked tho High Odl
clal. He's always sparring for tlmo.
"Politics," said tho llrokcr with hts
"I don't know, nor do I care a thing
about It," said tho High Official, look
ing to sco what tho Kcportcr was
scribbling on tho niarblo tabic slab. "1
don't ever expect to bo a Higher Offi
cial and I have nothing In tho world.
tB.. hU .crambied Snanlsh." Tho
Reporter made another note on tho
"What aro you all laughing at!" In
quired tho High Official. "That's tho
chief trouble I havo to buck against
you people won't take a man seriously.
(Continued on Pag 4.)
BREAKING INTO SCHOOL
Or a "Mystified Mother's" story of
her attempts to gain education In Ho
nolulu schools for her children. Every
, parent should read this statement that
will appear in
This afternoon tho second venire of
lurors In the Johnson case was ex
hausted, and sllll halt tho peremptory
challenges arc left on both sides, Dur
ing the afternoon session tho prosecu
tion used one of Its challenges on C. I".
Merrlfleld, whllo the defense excused K.
A. Uoyd and Wm. Hose.
The following special venire, ,the
third In the rase, was then Issued and
tnado returnablo at 1Q n, m. tomorrow:
John II. Markham, David Notlcy,
Henry D. Sllllman, Chas. II. I'felffcr,
0. C. Swain, Chas1. Valpoon, John Nclll.
A. II. Doak, Henry Foster, Hcnrlch
(lumpfer, Henry C. Carter, Wm, Allen,
Julian D. Harries. Oeo, W Scott, Jas
I). Cockett, J. n. Logan. Fred J. Smith,
D. 0, Sherman, J. W. McDonald, Fred
C. Clark, Ilertram V. Damm, Alexander
Oardncr, John Ilronn, J. W. Mngulro
nd Chas. W. Dooth.
'There will bo a telegram from
Washington stopping this Filipino bus
InoiH should Marsdcn's suggestion be
followed out," said a man this morn
ing who might know something or loo
"If we enn get Filipinos from the
Philippines, wo can also' get Japanese.
It wo can get Japanese, wo can also
get Chinese, provided thoy will como,
and thoro Is -nothing special dolns In
tho Philippines, so If they havu any
surplus of that character wo might get
them. I don't know anything about It.
hut I am IncllBod to think that tho HI
tplno proposition will not work. 1
haven't tho least Idea that tho planters
would chango over to the Japancso or
Sliincso or tho Philippines, but I just
make the prt'dlqtlon that tho proposi
tion will not ba allowed."
visits the mm
Acting Governor Atkinson this at
tcrnoon paid an official call on board
(he Oregon, where he was given tho
Governor's salute. He was accom
panlod by Captain Sam Johnson and
The Watcrbouse Trust Company ths
morning received cable quotations
from San Francisco on the following
stocks: Hawaiian Commercial and
Sugar Co.. SS-t: Makawell. $31.75: l'aau
hau, 119.25; Onomca, 29; Honolulu
With a population of only 3,315,313
Switzerland h n fn","n trade of moic
than 1400,000,000 a year.
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P IN THE MATTER 1
OF YOUR WILL
It Is a most common occur.
renco that one says, "Oh, will
attend to my Will later," and
then loses the opportunity to do
so, either through accident or
Ickness. It Is not wise to delay
making your Will. Better do It
at once. We .shall be happy to
give you any advice that lies In
our power and will help you to
draw up your Will In proper le
w Trust Co.,
k Fort Street, Uonnlnlu
8 sa S
Co. D: IS CHASING
FOR FIRST PLACE
MOST SENSATIONAL ADVANCE IS MADE
Hawaii certainly touches the high office once and the people know whnt
places when It comes to an niitomobllo. "e did. Thoy might Just us well osk the
Only a few day. ago Admiral Ileck.ey SlfciSilS0
was looked upon as the Hawaii candl.,jn ,,, Ilulc ntrMr lt ,g no BCIC, ,.
date of this car and started oft at a'
pace that mado eeryone look up. Sud-
denly Co. I) of Hllo, which hnd bccnl
following along in the 'also ran," class, 'iiny noiauic ennnge or position. 1 ne
began to loom a title. It Jumped Kegel Club and .Mrs. Wnght are kcop
to fourth place. This week It puts Injins together by about the same mai
siimpihlni; oipr elshtv tLomnuil votes In. Miss Sheldon's friends cast about
and comes so near getting ahend of the,hc hundred for her. and J. de Ilrnga
Admiral that it Is up to his followers reinlns nt the same flguro as Just
. .. .. 1 Wfmlr Tl,l iA,ln l.n.lni... ! HLa HTa
ill llllSllC. I "' "V..MO uu.i(, .a i,n, ,,.,.
Co. I) has been rolling up votes at alou cant stand still. If you don't
tremendous rate and Is still believed to Ro ahead jou certainly go back ror the
havo friends In rcseno. lt ull goes U other fellow Is nlways active,
show that an automobile is never wou: In Honolulu the contestants outkldo
till the last votes aro counted. What
one there Is down low In the list who
will bo looming up In the near futuie,
Mould be very dllllcult to predict, but
It Is a foregone conclusion tbut thera
aro more than ten In this rnce tustay.
01. tAiuia ujiv&v muiuut nviu uiup- iwim-s up iiiiiuhk iuo umi peupic in iu
ped down one tbls week through tho tno thousand row.
phenomenal advance of the Hllo Co, D Onu of the new entrlru this week lJ
boys. Thoy arc keeping up their cou- the Anil-Swear Society, lt Is prob
slstent balloting, lion ever. They havo able that this will have to ba cut out
an army qf supporters who can be de- as It Is Impossible to locate lis bead
pended on to put in Just about so many quarters or find nnyono who will innko
each week, and tho subscriptions como allldnvlt that he Is not eligible. Thcro
along very regularly. St Louis ran Is no gwcjrlng among the Uullctln con-
bank on about tin thousand n week
with all over that figured as aain.
Next to the Co. D boys Purser Frlcl
of the Mauna Lou has made the larccet
individual advance. He Is no' up In
tno five figure list with more than four-
teen thousand. Ills votes como from
all, over und It would not ba surprls-
Ing to see him chasing the leaders with
a larger sized backing or votes one o(
Maul has kept well to ttic mark
with Judge Kepolkal, though ho has
not quite reached tho hundred thou-
sand mile post. He has a first class
backing. Somo or tho friends of otn-
era thought the Judgo ought to quit, so
they might get his votes, That Isn't
the Judge a style, Ho was asked to quit
Admiral Geo. C. Bccklcy
Co. D.N.G.H., Hilo
St Louis College Alumni Association J17636
Judge A. N. Kcpoikal 98977
Diamond Head Athletic Club 30624
Lihuc Kegel Club 282IJ
Mrs. Lucy Wright, Waimca, Kauai ,. . 23483
Jas. L. Fricl (Mauna Loa) 14222
Leo Lorrillard Cummins 1 33 J 4
Thos. C. White. Kcalakckui J0739
Mrs. C. L.Dickcrson .'.... 9809
D.K. Watson ;...t. ....... .. 9105
Miss Hannah Sheldon, Lihuc Kauai , 8259
J D. McVeigh
Jas. Kula, Kauai
S. K. Kamaiopili
Louis H. Miranda
Geo H. Dunn, Lahaina
T. de Braga, Kauai
Kaimuki, Walalac, Palolo Impvt. Club 1206
A. M. Souza - 1201
Miss Lucy Kaukau (Lahaina)..' 909 Mollle Alolau, 10; Henry B. Ryan, 1;
John Raposo (Lihue Stoic) .... 80J John Kealoha, 8; Burnette Brown, 1:
H. D. Joe 709
P. N. Kahnkuoluna (Pala, Maul) BOO
Sam Chong 757
J. Rodnmies . . ... 377
Court Camoas, A, O. F 167
August Martin, 89: M. Botellho, 62;
Honolulu Athletic Club, 45; C. E. Pe
tersen, 29; Geo. Caehlcopulof, 22; Anti-Swear
Society, 21; Dr. K, Yanagl
hara, ' Kauai, 9; Miss Mary Oon
sales, 20; Chang D. Yen, 11;
U.'nn, Unman 1S, Aperv Rlirnlnnham.
1 M. Oleviero, 10; Capt. Gregory, 7;
Miss Edna Akau, u; c. A. sam, 39; 1
Mitt Eva McLean, 7; Chief Thurston,
6: Frank Dover, 6; Manl. Munlz, 9:
(A Aug. Gomez, 4; Geo. Chronls, 4; Rex
I Hitchcock. 9: Miss H. M. Machado, 1;
(A. Oeo. Porflrio, 1; Mary Cafa, 1: Miss
Hani) Wateihousa Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Stock and Bond brokers.
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
Maul expects to land the uuto this
Kntml has kept up its end without
the notable Jcaders have done fairly
'well. Tho Diamond Head boys cast u
lot of Individual ballots and the AalJ
club did the tame. Mrs. Dlckersoa's
frlendscast nearly an even thousand
jto her account, while Louis .Miranda
tcstants. They are nil getting a squats
As u guarantee that all the votes will
bo avnllablo fur tho final count the tint.
Ictln has made arrangements with the
Henry Watcrbouse Trust Company In
place tho ballots In their big safe dn-
posit vaults. If there Js any sale placo
In town, that Is one and as soon as Ilia
votes tiro counted each week they will
bo sent down to the vnulfs, whero they
win remain until the olllclal counters
get In their work and decldo what, suaU
be dono with them, livery vote cast In
tho contest will bo preserved ro Hint u
complete recount may bo mado If the
dual Judges deem lt necessary. The
standing after the count this morning
.' '.. 4515
'- .-'. 1500
Jockey McAulllfe, 1; Angellne Sllva,
i: Joe Medelros, 8; Geo, Bruns, 3;
Kang Simpson, 3; Miss Kate Wood.
ward, S; Mrs. M. M. Machado, f; Mra
A. O. Rosa, 1; Mary Gouvela, 1; A.
Fcrrandez, 4; Miss Kate Farrell, 1;
(Continued on Pago 6.)
Largest Stock In the City -ft
from which to make selections. ,t
I J. Hopp & Co.
7. tint j n. II. 1.1. tr...t..... LfH.... II I.M
i- "Old Reliable Furniture House." ,
K Y O U N O B U I L D I N G . 1 8
FOR NEW NAVY
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 22. Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte
recommends to Congress the appropriation of $23,000,000. for naval construction.
Have New Scheme
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, March 22. The Radical elements of the em
plre propose to send delegates to a meeting to be held In Finland during
April, A provisional government la proposed.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 22.
Bill to conference.
IS GIVEN HER GIVORCE.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 22. Mrs. Huntington has been granted a
divorce and has sailed for the Orient.
8NOWSLIDE IN THE MINES.
BRANITE, Colo., March 22. A snowsllde In Wlnfletd and Clearfield min
ing district today killed six men.
8EVEN EARTHQUAKES A DAY.
PALERMO, Italy, March 22 Twenty-one earthquake sho'eks have been
experienced during the last three days on the Island of Ustlca. One mountain
Is In eruption.
Thcro was considerable more of a
spirit of controversy shown In the ar
gument of tho demurrer and motion
to quash In the Kaptolunl Park case
today man ono nau a right 10 expect
in a test caso before Judge Lindsay to
day Attorney General Peters and
County Attorney Douthltt presented
their cases with some warmth and even
handed each other some backkhanded
Tho caso was brought by E. C. Po
ters, representing the Pacific Oil Trans
portatlon Co., In the form of manda
mus proceedings against County Au
ditor lllcknell, to forco hi in to pay tho
County a ilalm for material sold to
tho Kaplolanl Park, for tho purpose of
ascertaining by a decision of tho Su
preme Court whether tho County has
n right to expend money on parks un
der t lie control or tne park commis
sioners. Douthltt filed a demurrer to
tho writ on tho grounds that It did not
state sufficient facts, and a motion to
quash on (he grounds that the demand
wns mado on the Supervisors by F C,
Miller, whllo tho Pacific Oil Transpor
tation Co. appenri'd as the petitioner,
(Continued on Page S)
is one of the first principles for the bus
iness man's comfort. When he tries a
Heywood No, 204, Somerset bal. he will
experience that real satisfaction obtainable
in the good stout soles and durable uppers
of all our Heywoods
Our method of fitting makea
PHONE MAIN 282 - 1051
The House has sent the Statehood
Wong Hong, the Chinese gentleman
who sold a friend a certificate of Ha
waiian blith to assist him In smug
gling himself to tho mainland, was this
afternoon arrested on a charge of sub
ornation of perjury by Marshal Hen
dry. The complaint shos that Wong
Hong suborned one Wong Koch YII to
commit perjury before Immigration
Inspector Cully, This fact was brought
out In the preliminary examination or
Wong Kock YII, who testified that
Wong Hong gave him a paper giving
tho answers which he wanted, blm to
give the officials In order that he could
make himself tally with the descrip
tion of the man whose name was on
the certificate he had boughL
Wong Hong was a few days ago ar
rested on a charge of conspiracy to
violate tho immigration laws. Ho
waived examination before United
States Commissioner Mating and was
committed, He was released on ball
and the udded charge of subornation,
,wnlch under the law Is as serious of.
,leaso ns perjury, undoubtedly comes
ns a surprise to him. Wong Hong Is
I the man who Is alleged to have claimed
that he had bribed some of (he Iniml
It easy for you to make a selection.
Shoe Co., Ltd. .
FORT STREET HONOLULU