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VOL. XI, HO. 4307.
S FADES. HONOLULU, TBRR1T0 RY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MAY 10, 10098 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
AGAIN URGES AID TO PHILIPPINES
CONSTANTINOPLE, Mny 10
Mchcmmed Rcsclmd Effcndi was to
day formally given the title of Me
limed V 'ard assumed the office of
Sultan of Turkey. The ceremony of
the Girding of the Sword was per
formed in the Mosque of Ayoub. La
ter the Sultan wns uplifted in pub
lic and formally took possession of
.Mohoinmod Itesrhntl Kftcudl, Hip
ni'w Hulluii of Turkey .Ih .i brother of
Abdul Itmulil II, the deposed niii'ii
(Continued on Pace 2)
MERCER, Pa.. May 10. Kid
napp;r Boyle, who was convicted of
Kiunapping wwic wnitia ana noia-j
ing him for a high ransom, was to-,
aay sentenced to Jiie imprisonment.
His wife was sentenced to twenty
five years' imprisonment. The se
verity of the sentence was evidently
entirely unexnectcd liv the two rr.l.
prits. They collapsed in court when I
the s:n(-nce was pronounced. I
WASHINGTON, May 10 Plans
have been comnleted for the five tor
pedo beat destroyers authorized by
We have just receiv
ed n 1)1 pr assortcnt of
tho latest SUMMER
Wm Mam i
I C 111 in lllPiHW
They have como
straight from Now
York, the fashion cen
ter of America, and
they were made by
New York's foremost
They're worth seeing
Come "ind See Them
The Kcisn Co.,
THEY WANT PRATT
Personal Letters Being
Sent To Governor
It Is Mill tli ct open season for sug
gestion of a Rood ninii to lio Ticns
urcr. Tlint la wlmt the supporters
of various :ui(llilate i tnliii, nl
though I.aml CoiiiiiilBKliincr Pratt
hns a stiong lend so fur its cnilonc
ments are concerned.
A groat number of personal letters
bearing the signatures of leading
men of the Territory mid ninny Leg
islators hnvo been pouring In on tlio
liovornor of Into nil referring in the
highest terms to J. V. I'rntt as tlio
man best siilteil to 1111 tlic offlco of
rte.iHiirur. Legislators hnve ulso
lieen henrd from In tlu same strain.
Meanwhile Hie iiimorolnglst Is
busy with tnllv of nn extra session
.onie time next full. The elnlm Is
(lint the eomhlnntlon of olllces under
the appropriation hill will not work
out and hy next tall I here will tin
mich u tangle, tlic l.cglslntniu will
liao to pull II out.
On the other hand, It Is held that
such an Idea cannot romu fiom the
Ciivoiimii, as lie took all wis suggos
tious from tlio Knu.it delegation to
tli n Legislature nnd this, lonsnlldiw
lion scIioiiih wiih ii Kntinl sclienic, so
the Governor mint tlilnK It Is nil
Signed Statement In The
Tlio sensational tulk regarding the
death of .lames McCununu Is not'
liurue out liy the facts In the case.
j according to tho pollre. Chief l.cnl
h.iw .Mi Cannon the morning of tho
dn on whlidi he enmu to his death.
MeCnnuon then hnd n pair of lihuk
cvei and looked hiulsed liout the
fare, iieinidlng to the ofTleer.
Two wit nouses nt the Inquest, ne
iiudlng to l.enl, slnted that they saw
.Mi'tiiinuon fall on to tlio edge of tho
sidewalk and strlko Ills lieail theie
on This at onco does away with
any suggestion of foul play nnd ac-
(Continued on Page 4)
THEY SIMPLY QUIT
Aiea Japanese Workers
Stop Work And
nueeii miimieu .mi'tiiiuM' riiiuwf.i
on tlio Honolulu plantation quit work
Up to tlio noon hour today (hose
men hnd'not presented an) romplnliil
to tlio ninnngement nor hnd they stilled
whnt they wnnt. They have simply
It Is expected that they will picsent
their desires to tlio plantation .manage-1
nient during the day. They have not j
been roiuscil anyining necauso mey
have not asked for nnythlng.
Harvesting Is hindered of eoiirse.
hut work Is lielng done hy those other
than .tapniicsu connected with Iho plan
tation. Meanwhile the agitators of the High
Wngo Assoelatlon nre making the
most of the situation to town. Theli
self-constituted lenders have given out
statements to the effect that this
strike Is brought about becnitso tlio
Planters' Assoelatlon refused to ac
knowledge the receipt of llndr letteis.
These men also state that they hnvo
should they he ordered to leave tho
a fund Tor the supi ort of tho strikers
plantation grounds. This fund Is said
hy them to total one thousand dollars
. (Continued on Page 3)
BOARD AND COUNTY
All Inspectors To Be
President Mntt Smith of the lionid
of Health is finding ptentv to occupy
him these days, for the new laws
pnsM'd by the recent Legislature have
changed IhlngH-very materially, so fnr
ns the Hoard Is i-onccrued, and It la
necessary to mnku now mlcs and reg
ulations to ronfonn to the new laws.
Tho acts of tho legislature turning
over more authority to the counties
make It essential that the counties and
tho Hoard or Health should cooperate
In many matters of sanitation ami
health. This has already been recog
nized by tho Issuance of cnmmlsslnmi
to -I. J. Mlehlstciu ns Plumbing and
Hnnllniy Inspector hy both the City
nnd County of Honolulu nnd tho Terri
tory, nt that thero may Dover be nny
question ns to his authority to act.
The same course. President Molt
Smith says, will probably be followed
(Continued on Page 4)
SON OF SPEAKER
John Lane this morning received n
wireless fiom Hon. II. I Hotsteln of
Hawaii, stating Hint his son wns donil,
Twice during Ihu session of the Into
Legislnture the Speaker wns called
home by the Illness nfvhls son,
Yes, he never expected to
be, so he failed to take out a
STANDARD ACCIDENT POL
ICY. Before you sail, why not
do the wise thing and get
some real protection!
Hawaiian Trust Co.,
023 FOR.'T STREET
Scrpn and Hosa's euilo store on
Kiiimn street was gone through hy a
burglar or liurgtats some time on
Sunday afternoon or nl;ht. Tim
proprietors left the store nbout nine
o'clock Saturday night nnd every
thing wns O. K. then On Kunilny
morning Mr. Herpa utro dropped Into
tho store on his way down town and
did nut notice nnythlng wrong.
This morning when tho partners
iirilvpil It mien nn their nlnrn of
business thoy tit once noticed that
tho show case hnd been rilled. Some
valuable cntaliashes, trass and other
cinlos were missing, nnd the tools
used In the business hnd disappear
ed. The total Value o: the stolen
articles amounts to nbout i7fi. Tho
door was locked us usual on Sunday
after Mr. Berpn hint paid his visit to
tho storo, nnd this morning was
found to ho In tho same condition.
Tho thlof had evidently pjAed n key
to enter lhotnre nnd hnd cnrcfully
locked thq door ufler he left tho
The show case doors were left open
hy the Intnnlur and Mime shell lolt
(mil other goods were nut disturbed.
Chief Leal Is on the troll of tho
burglar nnd Is confident of laying
blni hy the heels vcfore very long.
OF MUCH' INTEREST
Miss Katherlno Smith, daughter of
tho Honorable and Mrs, William O,
Smith, will ho mnrrlcd to Samuel Hnld
wln this evening nt the home of tho
bride's father on Ntiunnu iivenuo.
The wedding will ho n quiet affair,
only the relatives nnd Immedlatu
friends of tho two young pcoplo being
Invltod. Kven nt thnt there will bo
quite n house full ns the hrldo and
groom to be nro among Ihu best known
young people In Hawaii.
The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
II. P tnldvvln of Maul, and the wed
ding will unite two of the most prom
inent families of (ho Territory.
Vomo Kuromoto was freed from her
husband, f holchl Kuromoto, this morn
ing by Judge Itoblnson. Desertion mid
nnu-suppoii were tho allegations of tho
We send out on errands arc those in
whom the publio has confidence. You
may count on them all of the time.
SERVICE. PHONE 381.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD 001 IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. ,j , m ,. j ati.!
J. Hopp & Co.,
i . 185 KTNQ ST,
TO BE BUILT SOON
Tentative Plans Already
Drawn By Marston
The erection of tho J 10,(100 lep
rosy hospltnl nt Knllhl Is to ho com
menced soon, according to n stnto
ment made this morning hy Presi
dent Mott-Smlth of the Hoard of
Health. Tho money Is already avail-
able, and all that Is necessary is to
get the plans drawn and the contract
for tho work lot.
Tentative plans hnvo already been
drawn by Superintendent of Public
Works Mnrstoii Campbell, and It wan
on tho basis of these plans that tho
appropriation of 140,000 for tho con-J
structlnu of tho new hospital was
made hy tho Legislature.
The new building will bo erected
on the, sntiio piece of land now occu
pied by the Itecelvlng Station, this
being large enough to nccommodnto
both buildings, nnd It being thought
advisable to have them ns close to
gether us possible for obvious rea
sons. The Hoard of Health, nt the
Inst meeting, authorized tho Presi
dent to secure n renewal of tho kasa
front S M. Damon, v;:io owns tho
Not Intended For Public
Thnt the moving picture films of Mo
loknl leper settlement, nndo by H. K.
Itonlno, will ever h exhibited com
mercially on tho mainland scums ox
tremly doubtful. Tho films wero ex
hibited to the Hoard of Health nnd en
dorsed, hut It Is authoritatively stntcd
thnt thnt does not moan that thoy wcro
approved of for gcnoral crcnlatlon.
(lovernor Krenr Ih known to ho ex
tremely averse to having any films of
tho leper settlement sent out for gen
eral display, believing tHat tho less
the leprosy question Is brought beforo
tho world nt Inrge, tho better for nil
Secretnry II. P. Wood of the Cham
ber of Commerce, stated this morning
thnt, ns fnr us he know, no action hnd
been taken by the Chamber to sup
press tho films. On the other hand, ho
expressed the bollcf that no surh ac
tion would bo necessary.
"If the fjovcrnor does not approvo
of having tho films exhibited, I do
not believe that thero will be any ne-
(Conhiued n Pag 3)
i (I. Mntsudn nnd A. N. Haysclden, re
Ispeetlvoly president and secretary of
the Chung Choir -Market, Ltd.. of La-
halu.i. hnvo filed with tho Treasurer of
the Territory nu amendment to their
charter changing the name of tho cor
poration to tho Lahalna Market, Ltd.,
with n proviso that tho limit of capital
stock Issued may bo raised from SSOOO
A black driving maro, vory. gontlo,
can bo driven by lady. Also 'harness
and surrey nro for sale at a bargain.
Scu nil. this Issuo.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
CRAIG AND CARDEN
Endorsed For License
Tho Itepuhllcnn Terrltorliil Cen
trnl Committee this morning endors
ed J. II. Crnlg for member of the
Hoard of License Commissioners, nnd
J. J. Curdeti for member of the Im
migration Commission. Card en Is
already a member of the Hoard, mid
ho was certified to ns eligible to re
nppolntmcnt. Crnlg wns formerly a
member of the Immigration Commis
sion, but was not reappointed.
Tho Central Committee Is thor
oughly satlslled with both of the
names submitted hy the (loiernor
and thero wns no opposition to tho
endorsement of cither.
Though (lovernor Krenr slated
thla morning that ho hud made nn
appointments, it is considered not
unlikely that ho will rnnounce Hie
names of Crnlg and Careen Just as
soon as he is advised or the action
of the committee
Captain Uowdell. of tho Ala
nieda wlrele-v'cd to the itgnuts nn
Sunday evening nt x o'clock.
"We are 1.4"n mties out from
Honolulu. All well on board.
4- Hn'vlng tine weather."
Mew Rules Regulating
Visits To Kalihi
13. A. Mott-Snilth, the new Presi
dent of tho Hoard nf Health, has Is
sued new rules nnd regulations' In
relation to visits to tho Knllhl Ite
celvlng Station. These rules pro
vide thai t'vory application for n per
mit to go to the Visitors' House at
tho Knllhl Station shall bo inailu in
writing, stating tho reusons therefor,
nnil shall he filed in tho otitic of tho
Hoard of Health during nlllco hours.
Theso permits may bo Issued by tho
Secretary of tho Hoard or hy some
onn elso to whom ha mny dcleguto
All applications for permits to go In
rldu tho enclosure must bo made In
writing, stating tho reasons therefor.
uml must be addressed to the Presl
dent of the Hoard, who only shall have
authority to issue such iicrmits. Appll
cntlons must be ninde during business
hours, except In cases of ciuergencj,
at when doctors or nurses aro needed
at tho station.
Till: KIVi: MAST!:!) schooner W II
Mnrtjton, Captain Horsey, will leave
for the coast, either tomorrow or on
Wednesday. She Is finishing her last
load of sugar, to be shipped to tin
Without a n
equal for Sum
some, cool, serviceable
I Favor For
WASHINGTON, May 10. Prcsi
dent Taft sent a special message t(
Congress today in which he calls foi
legislation to improve conditions it
Coincident with the Frcsidcnt'i
message a hill providing a new tarifi
schedule for the Philippines was in
troduced in the House of Represen
tatives. Is Named
WASHINGTON, May 10, The
President today appointed Henry
Connor, a Democrat, to be United
States District Judge for North Caro
lina, Mr, Connor is n Democrat.
This appointment is taken ns one of
the first moves of the President to
break the "solid south" by gaining
the favor of the Democrats who have
held out against the Republican
party on account of the supposed fa
voritism of that party for the negro.
MARBI. East Africa. May 10.
Col. Roosevelt today killed his first
SAN FRANCISCO, May 10. The
squadron of Japanese training ships
commanded by Admiral Ijichl. left
port today. They go from here to
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
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