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Mongolia July 2g
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Aliimril i July 28
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Makurn Aug. 17
VOL. XI. NO. 4373
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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JUDGE WOODRUFF READV FOR OFFJCE
Newsboys' Baseball Trophy
Thu 11 ii 1 1 o 1 1 1 ii, nllvo to Hie good
ball pln Iiik ot Its small army (it huwb
Imijb, has uilt up tlio finest baseball
lroili ever offered for n bovs" league
The Ken alio) s' I.enguo IiuIiIh forth ov
ry week ilny on tlio 1'iilcrnl building
I, Ho, mill llio two teams of which It Ih
cumpoicd plnv a class of ball iih free
from ertors nit that iut up by qny oth-
r "le-nguo In Honolulu without regard
In nge, Tho ticst testimony to tlio
clans of bull plnvcd Is tlio long rows
of spectators that lines thu pavement
ccry noon hour nnd thnt remains un
til tlio last hair Is plaved. Tho bos
call themselves the Chicago-New York,
.Dctrolt-HoMon tennis, nnd they do their
Ten games will ho plaed for tho
trophy nnd the .percentage nt the end
of the Berles will settle the ownership
of the cup. It Is now on exhibition In
(Iia nMinrnnm ulmlnuf nf !, tt II I I si.
'tin offlco and every boy who has seen
It B(i8 It's nil right nnd Hint's good
level best to play up to tho standard enough,
of the splendid teams they huvo olios
en as their namesakes.
Tho scries will
day, Aug. 2, 1909.
Gartley Not In Favor
Of Automatic Equipment
"Wo hao Just rocUod word from
Mr. l'lalt from Uis Angeles thnt lie
r.innot obtain nccoiuuiodntlons on the
st( aiiiei uud will he unable to Lome
heie to make estlm ites on the prob
ablu cost of the Installation of tho
njitomntlc telephone H)stom." snld
(leorgo It Carter today. "This puts
iih III u bad hole ns we want blni
nil'ihty bidly. Mr. Gartley liua de
Uiliil ngilnst tlio equipment advised
und quote 1 to us by Mr. Plntt of tho
Automatic Tclephono Co, I-os Ange
les, nnd Is of opinion that n simpler
hut moro costly equipment Is neces
s.uy. Whether thlrcnu bo nirnuged
or not nnd what tlio cost will ho we
cannot tell until wo seu Mr. l'lalt nnd
his being unable to come down ties
things up badly.
"Thero Is n grent division ot opin
ion," continued Mr. Carter, "ns to tho
elllcncy ot tho automatic Bstem over
tho mnnual sjutcm although nlmost
nil over the Pacific Const tho unto
matin sviitun hns been Introduced uud
now It Is going Into Omaha. This
would look ns though It wcro better
thnn tho mnmnl. Tho cost Is also ii
groat deal less thnn tho latter svhtem
nnd the telephone business Is u iie
cullar buslncs. It Is possibly unique
In H1I3 respect tint the moro tele
phones required the gt eater cost there
Is In production. It Is not' like nny
other business, where tho greater tho
output the less proportionally Is tho
cost of production.
"In conclusion," ho said, "whether
wo shnll mako tho change to tho auto
matic sj stem Is a matter that cannot
bo decided until wo see Mr, Plntt."
NM RIFLE TEAM
BOOKED ON LIMINE
Adjutnpt General Jones nnd tho
illlo team for Camp Perry nre book
id on the I.urllue, which leaves on
August 2 for the mntnland. Tho
team will liavo no moro practice, nt
the longer ranges, although every
afternoon most ot them go down to
t'lo Knl !") o butts nnd tiro nt the
1:00 j-.uds lange,
Itnpld und slow firing Is Indulged
In, nnd bomu good vvnile Is done; tho
UH-u pi attic e of thcli own ncroiil
I nd mo veiy Keen about the mat
ter Colonel Joueu rontldeis that tho
N G, II, team Is tho stinugest one
th it has over left Hawaii, nnd is
(oulldeut thnt thu men will show up
well In tho big shoot.
Manager Tenney of Castlo & Cooko
stated this afternoon that (he regular
dividend ot Walnlun plantation would
bo Increased noxt mouth Horn Vi per
cent to -i per cent. Also that an ex
tra dividend of 2 per cent will bo paid
on Kwu stock August 31.
A. W. Hccn, son ot u well known
Chinese niercli ml, left todav for tho
mainland on tho Oceanic liner Ala
meda, Ho will (.liter tho llcrl.elty
Uulvertlt) to t iko up a spi.cl.tl com so
In the archlltctur.il depirtniuut
Tho Supieme Coutt of tho United
Stalls h id upheld thu decision of tho
ITorrltoilal Supremo Court In tho cuso
of Hair) vun Sei.iou vs. C. II. Malle.
Tho decision was In favor of van Sol
ton. Tho Teirlloilal Supicmo Court
lev ei fed tho Clicult Court's ilcclulou,
vvhlih gnvu tho decision to Mntlo,
Men who are
their dress now
where they used
tc have clothes
made to order.
there's more satis
faction in a Ben
The Hash Co.
BEETS GO UP;
Shortage Of Beets Will
Mean Much For
Beets advancing from 10s. Cljil to
10s. 9d. made the people Interested In
sugar look up last evening.
This advance was coincident with a
leiilrlttiKnlft quotation ot 3 99 cents.
Just what it means In not;ilblo to
dotcrmlno at 'present, but It bears all
tlio Indications that tho beet crop of
Europo Is continuing under nlmost m
unfavorable circumstances as It start
ed IrTtho ear. If this prove true, the
price ot sugar will be soaring In the
next fow weeks and will continue
through tho season.
Under tho Influence of conditions
here and In tho world markets, all
stocks opened up strong on tho Stock
Bxchango this morning, with Walnlun
taking tho lead. This stock sold at
par for tho second timo this season,
vv oi king Its way up from (98 50 yester
day afternoon. Whllo this stock may
vary from day to day, the eventual
quotation will bo around par, prob'
ably goln? nbove when tho dividend
po'ley of tho directors Is announced.
Hawaiian Commercial In strong nt
32M. thcra being a great demand for
this stock from San Francisco, where
trrdlng has begun to liven up onco
mure. Oahu is swinging 'around be
tween 28 nu 1 29 according to the norve
of tho holder, and what sort of a re
xrt ho hapitens to get hold of from
tho plantation. The last sale on tho
board this forenoon was at 29, based
on favorable and le, liable reports.
Tho usual salo of bonds was rt cord
ed, tho Irrigation bonds figuring In the
All signs point to n vory strong mar
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LODGE MEETING POSTPONED.
Tho meeting of Hawaiian Iodgo
No 21, K. & A, M, set for tonight, Is
8. A. Baldwin, son of II. P. Ilaldwln
of Maul, arrived today on tho Mon
golla. Ho was accompanied by Mrs.
ilaldwln, formerly Miss Smith, daugh
ter of Senator W. O. Smith.
MARTIAL LAW FOR
MADRID, Spain, July 28. King Alfonso has proclaimed martial
law and suspension of constitutional guarantees throughout Spain.
RIOTERS RULE BARCELONA.
BARCELONA. July 28. The outbreaks starting with the nrotest
against ordering troops to Morrow o are now regarded aa of revolu
tionary origin. The trouble is spreading with the Anarchists taking
the leadership of the rioters. Churches, schools and railroad bridses
have been burned by the mobs.
SPANISH GENERAL KILLED. ' ' '
MELILLA, Morrocco, July 28. General Pjnto of the Spanish forc
es and a number of officers are reported killed in an enneement with
JEFFRIES TO FIGHT
NEW YORK, July 28. James J. Jeffries today posted a five thous
and dollar forfeit to fight Jack Johnson for the heavyweight champion
ship of the world. This guarantees the contest regarding which some
doubt has been expressed of late.
To Test Speed
WASHINGTON. July 28. Wright
will make a speed test with his aero
plane this evening.
TO EQUIP SCHOOLS
FREE OF CHARGE
C. L. Wight, manager of the Ho
nolulu Ous Company, tailed on
Mayor Kern, this morning and offered
to equip free of charge all ot tho
public schools of the city with gas
invpllanccs for the purpose of
teaching cookery to tho pupils. In
cases where theie ara already stoves
In tho sihools ho agrees to do "M
the piping necessary nnd furnish all
fixtures. Tho only charge will be
for the consumption of gas nt a
minimum rute, The Mayor has
taken the matter under advisement
nnd will refer It to the ilonrd ot
Supervlsords 'at their meeting tonight.
THE INCOME OR OUTLAY THAT
IS KNOWN IN ADVANCE NEVEH
BUY LIKE INSUUANCE ON THE
HAS1S OP A FIXED KATE AND A
KIXED RETUIIN, AND YOU WILL
NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.
It Is learned from Chlneso author
ities thnt tho Chinaman, Lee Pic,
whose body was found In the wa
ter near Kallhl, was for some tlmo
previous to his death of unsound
mind. That ho suffered from inol-
ancholla nnd was of a very super
stitious temperament. That at times
he was heard to express himself In
terms muh as "life Is not worth liv
ing," and on occasions appeared to
be afraid of his fellow men. This
would Indicate thnt suicide was the
probable cause of his death.
MEALS AT THE PALM
ARE SATISFYING BE
CAUSE THEY ARE
WELL COOKED AND
WELL SERVED. YOU CAN MAKE
NO MISTAKE IN PATRONIZING
THAT CAFE. HOTEL, NEAR UN
NO MORE DELAYS.
We arc now agents Young Hotel
Promptness and good service
4 . . Telephone 381, , ,
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.. July 28.
Harry Thaw was on the stand, to
day in his own behalf in the hear
ing to determine his sanity. Thaw
made a showing that was pleasing
to his mends.
' KENTUCKY SALOON
There Is a possibility of the Ken
lucky Saloon on Alakea street be
ing re-opened. Jack Roberta ot the
Two Jacks Saloon on Hotel street
Is applying or a license. It wlll'be
remembered that this saloon was
formerly run by Jim Thomson, who'
1 1 moved (o nethel street at the end
of Inst month, since when the pluce
has been closed.
It Is stated on good authority that
the military and uaval authorities
nre uverse to licenses being grunted
In this district, as It makes, the ob
taining ot liquor too ensy and docs
not tend to good discipline among
the men. Tho licenses will come
up for consideration before the
Hoard of License Commissioners on
Attack Each Other
TROUBLE STARTED OVER
"' BURIAL OF WINKLER
Judge Woodruff's Arrival
Means More Work In
IS ANXIOUS TO GET
INTO JUDICIAL HARNESS
Silva Charges Williams With Steal
ing Remains, While Williams
Calls Silva a Body
Competition In business has precip
itated one of tho most gruesome fight
witnessed la Honolulu for enr be
tween two leading undertakers, M, E.
Sllva nnd Henry H. Williams. Bllvn-of rletks In the United States Court
Was Royally Entertained by San
Francisco Friends Before
Sailing Glad to
Among the things Judgo Woodruff
said upon his arrival In Honolulu to
duv, was the statement that It might
I lie nccessarj to Increase the number
II. C, Wnldron, who underwent nn
oiHiutlou lately, Is rapidly recovering.
and oxpects to bo about In u couple of
weeks. Ills man) friends will be glad
to hear that he is nearly well again.
charges his rival with stealing from
him tbo remains of tho late Otto
Winkler after ho had been awarded
tho burial contract by tho widow. Wil
liams says tho wife misunderstood the
agreement, that thu urrangemcuts
were In the hands nf the Eagles, and
calls Sllva a body snatcher. Ilotli
men are very Indignant at each other,
and made bitter attacks when Intel
Sllva .says In regard to the matter:
"Dr. O'Duy was attending Mr. Wink
ler. After bis death Mrs. Winkler wua
asked whether she had any preference
of undertakers. Ab sno expressed
nono, tho Doctor suggested my name,
to which she agreed. I was notified
and went up to the house. After mak
ing arrangements, I returned for my
wagon ami at the, same timo saw Wil
liams' wignn drive out. I thought I
knew Where he wiih going, and whm
I got back to the houso thero was his
wagon and man.
"Wo hid somo words right there.
Ha said tho Eagles had charge of the
body nnd burial and that ho was go
ing to lako It. I hold him Mrs. Wink
ler had sent, for me, nnd dared him
to take thu remains. Ktmilly ho went
away und I brought tho body down to
my place of business. Then Joe Sllva
and Lewis camo and demanded tin
remains, haying tbo Eagles hud charge
of thu burial and that I must glvo up
the body. I told them I had been
given the caso by tho widow and did
not Intend to let them or nil) body elso
take away tho ruiunlns. They then
I said -It would be done by force. I
I challenged them to do no, and then
iney went unci uruiigni .nit. wiiisier
down In an automobile.
"Tho poor woman was trembling
and excited, Shu did not know what
to say. They all came In my place
and demanded tho remains. Klnnllv
out of consideration for her, I let them
take the body ami made no trouble
nbout It. I call that rotten business,
and no man ot nny principle would
do such a low trick. In tho enso of
Captain Siinonson's daughter ho act'
THE BEST RESULTS
from fresh fruit ship
ments are secured by
placing your orders with
those who "know how."
At present the executive foico conslsta
of A. I-. Murphy, clerk, A. A. Dens,
Deputy Clerk, nnd Charles Albright,
stenographer It Is iMissiblo the lat
ter will bo named ns a deputy, and bis
position will bo filled with another ste
nographer. There Is ulxii talk of two
When Interviewed off port this morn
ng on thu Mongolia, Judgo Woodruff
expressed n desire to meet Judgo Dolu
.mil xnlcl he wns uunIoiih to begin work
ns soon sih "nrrAngetiR-Uts could bo
made. He was n classmate of ex Gov
ernor Carter nt Yale, and sas ho be
came familiar with affairs In Hawaii
through his old friend. Tho Judgo
said the trip wns pleasant hut unevent
ful. Ho Is accompanied by Mrs. Wood
turf. Ueforo leaving San l'Vanclscn, Judgo
Woodruff wbh tendered a compliment
ary dlniie- nt tho St. Kroncl hotel by
his many friends Including prominent
lowjrs and business men Interested
In the Hetch lletchy project, also tho
Hoard of Hiiervlsors. fleixirtlng thu
affair thu Call sas in part,
Judgo Woodruff wns for a number
of jears associated with tho legnl de
partment of tho foroBtry service nml
nter, r.s assistant attorney general In
couiicel with tho Department of tho lu
lerlor give that legnl ndvlco whlili
was nocesiary for tho granting of tlio
Lake Kleunor and Hetch HetcKy
grants. Tor tho first thre months of.
this ear, boforo his appointment us
ludgn or tho Honolulu district to ill
vide the work of Judge Hinford 11.
Dolu. Jude Woodruff arleij .is tho
legal ri-prei.entiitlve of the olt of ,Hnn
I'rancUco In Washington In matters
pertaining to Hetch Utility,
Tho dlimer wns given th.it tho ctt
Utns lntetKti'd lu the now water tup
pi) fo- the elt) might show their njt
preclntlon of his labors. Tho banquet
'vas Informal In character. Dr. A. VH,
Olannlnl acted us toastmaster. In ac
cordance with a plan tho unpen isms
have lilt upon for festlvu occasluim
thero were no set secclies. In fuct.
(llannlnl said that there would bo no
od thu same way but I got tbo body . etnocheB nt nil. After tho courses
uud he did not tako t away from mu.lwero served n running conversation or
The trouble with Williams Is that ho IkJ discission was opened, sometimes
mod because 1 urn getting nil tho bus- grave, sometimes facetious, but al
rhess, and he Is resorting to any means ways Informal Judge Woodruff re
to gut It away from me."
When seen Williams replied to Sll- lletchy
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1 cited his cnnenctlon with thu Hetch
giant. Ho said that bo be-
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