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VOL. X. NO. 4044
RESTORER REWARDED FOR AIDING MANCHURIA
BRYAN MAKES PEACE WITH HEARST
Praises Hearst League
LINCOLN, Neb., July 3. The Commoner, published by William J.
Bryan, occupies a portion of its space in today's issue with praise of Wil
liam II. Hcast's Independence League. This is considered significant
nnd indicating an understanding between Hearst and Bryan whose re
lations have been somewhat strained.
Jap's Cabinet Out
TOKIO, Japan, July 3. The Japanese Cabinet is expected to resign
i mt i
Two To One On Gans
Sttt FRANCISCO, Calif., July 3. The betting on the Gans-Nelson
light is two to one with Oans favorite. The betting is even that the
fight will not last twenty round!
HUNDREDS ENTOMBED I
UZOVO, July 3. The Uzovo mine
is on fire and 200 men are impris
oned. One hundred and sixty bodies
have been removed.
FATALITIES BEGIN EARLY
"CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 3. An
explosion oi nreworits occurred nere
today in one of the city stores with
la.'ge Fourth-of-July stock. Six peo
ple were killed and a score injured.
Link McCandless Was
Not "The Man Behind"
"Link McCandless lia lincl absolute
ly nothing to do with tho movement
instituted against Dr. L. E. Cofcr iih
president of tho Hoird of' Henltli."
rtatcd Jtidgo A. H Humphreys thtK
mornlng-'to it loprcscntattvo of tho
II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n. "I am not now acting
an his attorney nor lnno I ocr nctod
for lilm In um mutt or. So far ns ho
Ik concerned ho Is absolutely clear In
regards to taking any action against
Di. Cofer. JIow tho story arose I can
readily boo. When I first took nut tho
papers tinm my oftlce, I met Link und
told 111 in of tho action that was about
to bo t iken. Ho Immediately becamo
IntcrcKtod and asked that ha might
lmo u copy of tho imperii. I went
back to my olllco nnd urdeiod my nto
liogiuphcr to mako thrco copies, and
Comfort during the Summer months depends greatly
upon the Underwear you have on.
Our WEBB KNIT UNDERWEAR is light, cool, strong,
MORRIS UNIVERSITY SHORT-SLEEVED COATS.
SCRIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
FRENCH WHITE BALBBIGQANS.
The Prices On These Goods Have Made Them Popular.
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
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SAILORS FOR FLEET
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., July 3.
The cruiser Buffalo arrived today
, bringing sailors from the East for
inc uuanuo xieei.
OHIO IS ON SHORE
SEATTLE, Wash., July 3. The
steamer Ohio is ice-bound In Behnng
bea. bne nas two holes in her plates.
The revenue cutter Thetis is also fast
in the ice.
1 Kmo lilm ono, which ho probably dis
played on tho stiect. This fact prob
ably gave rlso to the Btoij that ho was
behind tho matter. Novortholoss, ho
bus absolutely nothing to do with it."
Continuing, Judga Humphro)s stat
ed tli ho had moio strings to his
bow than thoso which ho hud already
dlKplaed, ono of them being, accord
ing to tho law in tho Public Health
and Marino Hospital Act, Section 7,
that it would bo Impossible for Cofor
to hold tho position. Several other
reasons aro being held In aboyanco by
Humphreys, although ho states that
ho has a porfoctly plain case.
Gotornor Pronr stated thut his ap
pointment of Mark I'. ItobliiRon was
a pormancnt ono, by vlrtuo of tho fact
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13 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY
SENDS HIS ALOHA
TO MPT. HARRIS
To Harris. Yacht Hawaii.
f San Peril o, California. f
f "The pcoplo of Hawaii ha6
confidence that every nun will
provo himself worthy of the Iru-
f portnnt trust committed to lilm.
f auvciiNoh rnUAit. '
Carrying tho alcha nnd wull
wishes of overyono In Hawaii,
tho ubovo rab'egram was this -f
mornliiK rent to Captain Harris
of tho racer Hawaii b)tlm Chief
Executive of the Territory. Tho
TratiH-Paclflc cht rnco Ktarts -f
tomorrow, tho scri'tch boat leav-
Ing ot noon. '
MONEY FOR SPORTS
Considerable dlscusblon on tho cv
pendlturo of fGOO for the tug-of-war
contcstH during tho fleet's stay pre
vailed among the members of tho Ex
ecutive Commltteo this afternoon.
Chalrmm Carter wanted tcntativo1
statements and explanations from At
kinson, chairman of tho Sports Com-i
mlttec, but that gentleman was not1
quite ready then to submit such state-
nieiilH. Ho stated that tho amount of
$1521) appropriated by the Executive
Commltteo for tho sports could bo
pent In, full or the commltteo could
get along with n much smaller amount.
The matter was finally deferred for
further explanation and' action until
II. L. Holstcln, ono of tbo commit
teemen on Hawaii wrote tho commit
tee asking whether the freight, liooku
pus and other products, would bo freo
ot chargo on the Inter-Island steamers.
Secretary Wood was instructed to
communicate with tho steamship people-
relative to freo transportation ot
Col. Jones reported progress for tho
Decoration Committee, stating among
other things that tho Capitol building
would bo Illuminated tomorrow night.
Another appropriation of $100 was vot
ed for tho Decoration Commltteo at
tho request ot Col. Jones.
Judge Lludsa)'a Court:
Monday: Estate Mary A. Gray;
final accounts and master's report.
lllggs v. Afong.
Estate Joso Cambra.
Lau Chock Sheo v. Lou Kulj appoint
ment of receiver, 9 a. in.
Judge Hoblnson's Court:
Territory v. Urllllanto; appeal.
Judge Do Holt's Court:
Territory v. Manuel Cruz; con
tinued. Judgo Dolo's Court.
Tho band will play at the doparture
of tho steamer Mauna Kca this after
noon, and on tho 4th of July, In tho
morning, with tho regiment and af
ternoon nt tho literary exercises at
tho Capitol grounds. Sunday band
concert at Aala Park, i
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The Fleet Is coming,
up the City.
Let us clean
The new Accident Policy of the
Standard Insurance Company pays
$5.00 for each $1,000 of the principal
sum for medical attendance where
the injury does not result in either
disability or death, but does require
, Insure through the
m r;r- iia
Big Store of the Future is
While llllo, Wulluku, and cen
Walmcn, Kuial, will do much to
wards drawing tho crowd from Ho
nolulu's I'od r th ot July celebration
tomorrow, the town will not by any
means bo entirely ficroft ot events
which will commemorate tho great
In the morning the National Guard
troops will parade, tho band being
one of tho Important features ot this
part ot the program.
The exercises under tho ausplns
of the Hawaiian Society ot the Sons
ot tho American Revolution will bo
held on the Capitol grounds ut 10
o'clock tomorrow morning Immedi
ately following the parado of the mil
itary. Tho program foll'iwsi
Music Hawaiian Hand
Heading Declaration of Independ
ence Miss Altec Spalding
Essay on American Flag
Master Akl of Iloyal School
Patriotic Address... Hon. P. C. Jones
Invitations havo been Issued by tho
management of tho Japanese Dally
Chronlclo to the prominent Jnpaneso
to celebrate tho Fourth ot July at
tho Moanalua gardens of Hon. S. M.
Damon. Tho cmplojes of tho Dally
Chronlclo will compete In various
Oriental and Occidental sports, the
winners of which will bo presented
with prizes and rewards. Among
thoso who havo been Invited nro
Mlkt Salto, tho Japancso Consul Gen
eral, and Madame Salto, the staff or
the Yokohama Spoclo Hank, and the
members of tho Japanese Merchants'
Association. One of tho merabars nf
the sports commltteo said today that
fencing and wrestling matches would
bo Indulged In. After the sports a
luau, refreshments, tea, fruits, and
other delicacies will be served.
4- Tho Evening Bullotln-f
will do this j car as it has dono
In cars passed, eclcbrato tho
f Fourth of July by giving its om-
f plojecs a holldaj. ,-f
Consequently tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
will not bo Issued on tomorrow
f ovcnlng, tho Fourth.
' Our next Fruit Boat
x KOREA, JULY 7.
i Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone IS.
WANT ANYTHING TO EAT,
" HERE'S WHERE YOU'LL
(JET THE VERY BEST.
A. Y. CAFE
Lancaster Says he Tried
To Burn Kukul St.
An Important piece of work was
done this forenoon by the police when
Henry Lancaster, a young part-Hawaiian,
was made to confess that ho
was tho party who attempted to set
ilre to the Chinese lodging house on
Kukul street last Tuesday night. Lan
caster has a rather unsavory reputa
tion, nnd a charge of attempted ar
son will probably be placed against
It appears that revenge was tho
motive which prompted Lancaster to
muke his dastardly attempt. Ills sis
ter, Eva, had been ejected from the
premises by the Chlneso landlord, and
hud left tho placo Inst Tuesday even
ing uttering 'dire threats of revenge.
Henry Lancaster was also angry at
the Chinese, as he had failed to col
lect from lilm pay for a partition
which ho had placed In lih sister's
room at the time sho moved In.
The following morning the land
lord on entering his kitchen found a
gunny sack and some paper soaked In
keroscno ljlng on tho floor. On thin
was a partly burned piece of paper,
which had evidently been thrown on
the "bag through n window, but which
had luckily burned out without
spreading the fire to tho bag.
ChlofTayIor Immediately had Lan
caster apprehended, but the young
fellow denied all knowledge of the
matter and made an attempt to es
tablish an alibi, which was almost
successful. After further Investiga
tion, Taj lor found that the wife ot
the landlord had seen a man answer
ing to Lancaster's description looking
through the kitchen window tho
morning after the affair, and when
sho was confronted with Lancaster
sho Identified lilm ns this man, Lan
caster still stuck to bis talo ot Inno
cence, but this forenoon he evidently
changed his mind, for he sent for
Taylor, to whom ho made a full con
fession, stating, howovor, tn extenua
tion, that ho must havo been drunk
nt the time.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 2.
SUGAR: 86 degree Centrifnnls, 4.39
cents, or $87.80 per ton. Quotation
July 1, 4.38; previous quotation, 4.25
BEETS: 88 analysis, Us, 6d. Par
ity, 4.43 cents. Previous quotation,
lis. 1 l-2d.
Y. Akal. manager of tho Yokohama
Specie Dank, Is still confined to his
bed. It Is said that ho has run down
considerably, necessitating his being
In bed probably tho wholo of this
month. K. Otsuka, tho sub manager,
Is in charge at tho bank.
Hov. and Mrs Moses Nakulna, who
havo been attending tho annual evan
gelical convention at Hllo, camo back
J u i t in.
Drug Co., Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
Store of Today
Capt. Carter Commits
On Newspaper Man
Captain Carter, captain of tho yard
at tho Naval Station, thli forenoon
made an attack on 1". II. Moore, a
representative of the 11 u lie tin,
In au unwarranted manner. Fists
flew for a few minutes, on the lanal
ot the station, and then orderlies in
terfered, and the gale was over. Nei
ther can bo picked as winner, but a
complaint charging Carter with as
sault and battery was oworn out this
The troublo aroso over the account
which was printed in the Hullo
1 1 n of June 29, In regard to the tow
ing of the St. Louis out by the Iro
quois, In which the statement was in
cidentally made tkat the Iroquois
went nground, Captain Carter biw
the 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n man lea Ing the
grounds, after he had had a talk
with another of the officers, and call
ed him back.
"Aro you responsible for that story
printed tha other day?" asked Car
ter. When It was admitted by Moore
that ha. wrote, t, he story In question.
Carter asserted that It had contained
false statements, and demanded that
the reporter on his own authority re
tract. This the latter told Carter ha
could not do, but offered to print
Gets Small Damages
Judge Dolo this morning handed
down a decision in which he awarded
the Commercial Pacific Cable Com
pany's steamer Restorer n total of
161,209.63 salvngo for her efforts In
assisting the rescue of tho Pacific
Mall's steamship Manchuria from tho
reef at Walmanao. Tho Restorer
brought milt for $300,000.
Judge Dolo's decision covers twenty-two
tjpewrltten pages and gocB
Into tho rase In extenslvo detail.
The syllabus reads ns follows:
Estimato ot salvage compensation
may be based on tlnio consumed In
salvago operations, risk ot salving
cssol partially based on hor value,
value of salvor's services to claimant
partially bused on the salved valuo
of tho vessel Bavcd and partially on
the danger she was exposed to, and
upon tho expenses Incurred and tho
losses suffered by tho salvor by rea
son ot tha salvago operations.
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an statement whatsoever Carter
would care tn make Ihls was re
fused The 1) u 1 1 e t I n man asked
to be enlightened as to tho exact facta
of the nse. In which Carter said ha
had been ut error. Tills the officer
refused to do. Ha then, appearing to
become ungrj suddcnl, fcnld:
"Yon deliberately made misstate
ments In thnt story."
"Captain Cartir," was the reply,
"Inaccuracies nt.i huc been In thut
ctorj, but I want toil to understand
thnt I deliberately made no misstate
ments." "I tell jou," cried Carter, his fnco
turning purple, "I ttll uu, )ou ltcd!
With the words ho struck out
quickly nt the reporter, who was
(standing n few feet awn), with his
hands nt his side. Two or three
tiinrH he landed before the other
could rccoor nnd defend himself,
Men from the odlcci about rushed
out, and tried to stop It
When the thing was our, tho '
YlHlVHn.ilinrniiiti Inft fltn f?rmm,l mil..
otly. Ho was not at any time tha -
Carter will appear In tho Police
Court to answer to tho churgo ot as
sault and battory.
In his summing up ot tho case,
Judgo Dole says In part as follows:
Tho question of tho danger tho
Manchuria was In while aground Is
an Important one In relation to the
estimato of the amount of compensa
tion the llbellnnt Is entitled to. It
was warmly discussed on both aides
and thcro Is much evidence in tho
case bearing on Its solution. In
weighing this evidence I cannot avoid
the conviction that her danger of be
coming a totul wreck was Imminent.
The Injuries she received wero se
rious, Involving a heavy outlay for
ropnlrs. With tho coming In ot
heavy seas from somo distant storms,
which is a common experience In tho
Hawaiian Islands, especially at the
exposed northern shores, her Injur
ies would havo been much greater
than they wero, If not fatal to her
eventual rescue It Is perhaps com-
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