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Marnma Aug. 20
VOL. XI. NO. 4385.
It O, tlnlloy pilvato secretary of
llio 8i.fiut.tr) of tliu Trcisur), ui rived
In lliu Koio.t IIiIh morning tn engngo
In Hiiccl.il woik connected with the
(oimtt notion of tlio Federal building
In Mils ell).
"I tun here to nnko tliu final check
ing up of all things In connection with
tliu pinna for the Honolulu building '
hnld .Mr. Ilalley. "Tim Department
wants the building to suit the peoplo
l)F YOUNG HERE
ON A VISIT
San Francisco Chronicle Proprietor
Condemns the California Direct
Primary Law Praises the Is-
M. II. Do Young, proprietor of
the Han t'lumlsco Chronicle, Ills
wife mi 1 1 two il.uiclileiB, were ttrilv
nls on the Koiea tills morning nnd
ate now guests at the Mona Hotel
nnd plan to remain In the Teriltory
fur n ten dtt)s' visit.
"Wonderful," In the ndjcctlvo that
Mr. do Young used In inply to u
question ax to what hu (bought of
"I have been planning a visit lo
HawalPfor tho past twenty )inis,"
be , iltl, "and It was cairtcd out
with but a few hours' notice, not.
having decided to como until the lint
"The Kraft ptouocutlon In San
I'laiulBco has been a failure," rc
plled do Young to n question as ot
what had been nccnmpllshcd In tho
metropolis by Honey and his col
leagues. "Nothing has beon accomplished,"
were tho exact woids of the proprie
tor of the Chronicle, but when ho
was nulled If the disruption of the
Labor Union patty did not mean
much for tho lehnbllltntlon of the
city goernment on an honest basis,
he admitted that to be so and nddctl
that tho geneial public of California
iccogiilicd that much good work had
been tiLcumpllsbed In that connec
tion. Mr. tie Young didn't know what
thn oxttLt status of tho ox-ma)or,
Eugene Schmltz, was nt tho present
time, but presumed that he was en
lltely free from prosecution, the Su
preme Couit of tho Stato having
held that the Indictments returned
ng.ilnst him were Illegal,
"California Is Just now- In tho
throes of the dlicct primary," said
Mr. Do Young. "Tho Legislature
gate Its nppioval to n foim ot tho
theoty, nnd now politicians nnd cltl
(Continued on Page 3)
COWS) M f 01
yJl ? vvmM
New Summer and Fall Styles now open.
The Kash Co., "
Corner Hotel and Fort St.
' . ,
of Honolulu as well ns meet Hid do
mniulH of pood construction."
When It was suggested that tho
local peoplo wire afraid the.) would
get a cold-weather building for n
cllmnto of perpetml mimfiier, Mr.
D.itley responded that the) need not
"The Information I shall Rather will
nrslst In preventing Jiint such a rcitult.
You need not be afraid. I tdinll get
around nmnng )our jeople an much us
"You nt'e it dismal failure," re
ntal ked Judgtt Andrade this morning,
nddiesslng Charles Yatlck, tho matt
who through Imbibing too much boozo
bold up tho Jur) last week.
"You have been up boforo this court
tin Jejut than six times this Isjimj-,
Koeutlt 'appearand and t Intend to
glut )tm a severe pen(cnce."
Ynrick, who had spent the night In
the cells, looked a wrick and had noth-.
Ing to say for himself. Judge Antlrnilo
K'ntciiLcd the chronic booze fighter to
three months on the reef.
It Is thought that three moons of
cory day a dry one, besides the Sun
da) s, will do n lot toward straighten
ing Ynirlck up.
On former occasions Yarlck's aged
mother hag appeared to beg Iter son
off, but sho evident!) was awaro that
this time there was no chance of his
getting pardoned, as sho mado no di
AT SEASIDE HOTEL
Thoro will bo a dunce at the Sea
side Hotel tomorrow evening for tho
(.Ulcers nnd Indies of the Trnnsport
Sheridan. Officers nnd ladles ot tho
local Army and Naal Post, and
guests of the several hotels, and local
society people are all cordially Invited.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. It. Medelros and
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Dutro take this
mo-MB of expressing their gratltudo
nnd appreciation for tho loving words
of s)inpnthy nnd kindness extended
during their Into bereavement.
Are -alu-ays held in
higher esteem than
those who are less par
ticular. It's because
the clothes reflect, to
a large degree, the
tastes and character
of the wearer. It is
easy to keep well
dressed if you wear
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY,
possible In ten (In)H, got the Ideas of
what Ih needed and all tho final data
leading up to construction."
Mr. Ilalley, previous to bt coming
connected with llio Treasury, wus a
member of the Associated Press stall
In Washington. I.lku all ex-iieWBpa-pernicn,
he Is good lookltiK and lini
a very pleasing address. Ho Ih being
shown about tho town this morning
by Private Secretary Clniullim Mc
Tho Hoard of He.iltlt Is n receipt
of a wireless mcBStgo from Konn
sn)lng that the t)phoIU epidemic
there litis tissumcd dangerous dimen
sions. Tho mossngo comes from the doc-;
, tor in ennrge annotates mat mere
Ure forty cases.. Rum.Tnrtf tho ap-
iii'uiuiiL-u oi me umeiiLo reutucu ncio
some tint engo, out it was not
thought that It Is as serious as the
last message would Indicate.
The telegram Is ns follows:
"Altogether forty cases; seven un
der treatment; ten convalescent; ac
tive disinfection started r' epidemic
well under control. (Signed) Good
hue and Uowman."
The Donrd of Supervleots of Ha
waii wirelessed the Hoard of Health
asking the mto send llowmnn from
Hllo to the stone of tho epidemic,
nnd ho Is now in control of the sit
uation. Tho Hoard has also sent dis
infectants, etc., there.
IN FEDERAL CASE
Tho Morlmoto trial In tho Federal
Court Is bi lnglng out net oral Interest
ing features and the Jury was again
dismissed this morning whllo the
counsel argued the arlous points In
tho case. Marshal Hendry and U. S.
District Attorney Dreckons wore both
called as witnesses during the day.
At ono time Attorney Bitting, for
tliu defease, challenged the validity ot
the Indictment, but Deputy Attorney
Hawllns, who Is prosecuting the case,
claimed that he had waUed Ills right
to challenge It by pleading not guilty
to It. Tho caso will bo continued this
SPAIN REFUSES PEACE.
MADRID, Spain, Aug. 11. It it
stated that Spain has refused to con
sider an offer of peace with Morocco
in the Riff Coast section on tho
ground that the Moroccan eorern
raent cannot give sufficient guaran
SOME ONE IS HKINO INJURED
EVERY DAY, TODAY IT MAY BE
YOU. WHY NOT HE PROTECTED
BY AN ADEQUATE ACCIDENT
I'OLICYT IT COSTS LITTLE AND
Bulletin Advertising inspires
Captain (Heaves Does Not Believe
HU Men Hare Resorted to Un
derhanded Work Says Officer
Were Not Implicated.
"If thoro Is any smuggling of tapa
cloth by any or the men on tho St.
LoiiIb, I uni not avvuro of It," said
Captain Cleaves,, commander of llio
tit? cruiser, this mornlnc when nko,l
I bout the published ieiort that somu
tof the officers and men had brought
tapa from Samoa and were Helling It
In violation of customs regulations in
i "There Is ono thing sure, absolutely
rono of the officers havo been tnlxou
up In an: thing' Hke this. The facts
are thuso as near as I can learn," con
tinued Captain Olcaos, "and It Is not
smuggling In an) seme of the word,
leonine It Is between two Amuiican
forts. One of in) men bought uonip
of the tapa down dure for SI) or 75
cents, and when some of those Chin
ese came aboard and offered u dollar
or two for It, natural!) the Jacky tin-
loaded on him.
jlltit thoro hiu, boon
llo intention on the pirt of the boys tn
j,P Bn) wrons. OTinarf Is oxcuseti for
un ignorance of the law. but you know
how our sailors are. They mean no
harm, and think It Is alright to buy
these things and dlspofia of them
whenever they wish." -.
"I certainly would not uphold any of
my men In doing anything that was
wrong, and do not belle te It amounts
to anything. I am ery sorry to learn
that Collector Stackablo felt hurt oer
tho treatment accorded him on board.
1 cannot understand it as the officer
of tho da) Is an excellent man, and 1
do not believe would be guilty of any
"As soon ns I learned ot the matter
I went to see Mr. Stnckablo and apol
ogized on behalf of any man who may
have treated him In the manner Indi
cated, and found him ory pleasant
and courteous. As far as I know that
Is whero tho matter ends. If the au
thorities Intend taking It any further
I nm not awaro of It. and told Mr.
Stackablo I would give him all tho as
sistance possible In case I found any
thing wrong going on."
Captain Oleutes said that he cer
tainly would court-martial any of the
men In caso ho found .they wero vio
lating custon laws, but that hi did
not bclleo there was any such Intent
or net committed. Ho haB been com
mended by naval and military officers
horo for promptly calling on Collector
Stackable relative to tho manner In
which tho Collector was troatod aboaul
When seen at his offlco, Mr, Fuck-
t.blo refused to be Interviewed ru tho
subject. Ho said ho had no Infonna
tlon to give out, and that the matter
had been referred to United States M
The Collector called on Mr. Hi-cck-ona
csterday afternoon and laid be
fore him Information regarding tho
sale of tapa cloth by some of the men
from the St. Louis. Tho matter H now
In tho goverpmont attorney's hands,
and he will Investigate It thoroughly
before taking any action.
Made f reth erery day. We
are in a position to sell you
Hotel near Union.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the goods."
Young Hotel Laundry.
confidence in the people
AUGUST 11. 1909. 10 PAGES.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. ll.-u-gar
Beets 88 analysis, Hi
2 l-4d. Parity, 4 36 cents. Previ
ous quotation, 10s 11 l-4d,
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10. Su
gar 98 degree centrifugals, 4.08
cents or ?81.C0 per ton. Previous
Beet 88 analysis, lOt 11 14d.
Parity. 4.31 cents. Previous quota
tion, IPs 10 l-8d.
SPOKANE. Wash., Aug. 11. The
Irrigation Congress paued a resolu
tion today asking Congreta to au
thorize the issue of five billions of
bonds to be devoted to irrigation,
drainage, waterways, roads and the
forests of the country. This great
fund will enable the development of
a great conservation scheme.
CHICAGO, Aug. 11. Jack Johst
ion today signed the article to
fight James Jeffries for the heavy
weight championship. Sam Berger
si Tied for Jeffries. The date and
the location of the fight are unset
tled. SUMMER RESORT BURNED.
M0NTECE110. N. Y., Aug. 11
A fire here todav destroyed nroperty
valued at a million dollars. The
town is filled with a large number of
summer visitors, and the season it
brought to an enforced end by the
NAYAL TUO UPSET.
ROCKPORT, Haw, Aug. 11,
The naval tug Nezinscot capsized
here today. Four of the men on
board were lost.
Next Fruit Boat
S.S. Alameda, Aug. 18
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
Hollister Drug Co.
who buy things
Monaster of Pacific Mnll Arrives And
Talks Freely On Affairs of His
Line Many Port Charges --
Wireless Says Subsidy Will
Next to Manila Manager Srhwerln
sa)s Honolulu Is the most expensive
harbor In the Pacific Nevertheless
he Is glad -to be here and enjoj u
few dii)s' outing.
Mr. Schwerln arrived this morn-
Ing on the Korea, and talked very.
freely when approached by the news-J
paper men. Ho made It clear that
he thought Honolulu should appre
ciate what hit lino Is doing for It.
"The Pacific Mall line has r.ioro
than one thousand stockholders.
They cannot do an) thing which will
be detrimental to the Interest of the
public. It would not pay," said Mr.
Schwerln. "It Is true, that the com
pany Is enju)lng good Oriental bus
iness, but even If wo cannot get
much of It, tho Honolulu business
will bo a great help to us
''It seems to me that the Horolulti
people could do much towards pto
moling the Interests of our Hue, Tlio
freight rale between the ports ot
Ban FrancUio and Honolulu Is tho
cheapest In tho world.
"Hut on the other hand, Honolu
As a witness, Sogu is proving more
In .'testlug than Nrgoro. His answers
aie moro consistent with each other,
and, by tho grace of tho Interpreter
granted him. .hi) does not get so con
fused. Rather startling statements
were made by hltn during today's sot
slon In a most nonchalant mnnner.
One of these occasions was when
Kinney flashed the plcturo of Sheba
that was printed the day after tlul
Shlnpo's editor whb stabbed by Mori.
Above the picture was written, "She
ba, tho Planters' Dog, Alasl tho End
of the Planters' Dog," and below It
was "Obstructor of Higher Wages and
Traitor." Llghtfoot objected to tliu
offer, but Kinney assured him It wnB
no caricature, but a bona fldo photo -
"Did you do that to Introduce Mr.
Sheba to thOBO who did not know his
features!" asked Mr. Kinney.
"Yes," said Boga, and novor turned
The day was taken up In cross ox-
amlnlng him on the numerous letters
that havo been offored In evidence and
duplicated tho weeks of testimony that i
have preceded this. I
Tho witness had a bad quarter of
an hour on the contents of an article
In tho JIJI of Juno 16th i which Kinney,
dug out of tho files. Tho article re-
forred to tho return of a bunch of la-
borers to Walpahu during tho strike, "rM" ul ",u "'"" "" "'
and, by way of Illustrating tho com- "on
plote system of spjlng which was In (Continued on Page 5)
Laird, Schober k Co.
IN LADIES' FOOTWEAR.
The very latest Eastern novelties, consisting of pumps
and one, two and three-eyelet Dresden ties. In patent
leathers, bronze kids, black, white and c;retn vjedes, gold,
silver and colors. Trimmed with buckles, slides and pom
poms. For afternoon and evening dreSi.
These styles are so new that cuts to illustrate them
were unattainable at the factory. Call and see them and
try them on. You are cordially invited.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street.
Cttar jp the odds and ends of house
keeplna, 0t me My house money
ty letting a Bulletin Want Ad tell
ll for you. One Cent a Word.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
lu, next to Mitilln, Is the jmibt ox
penslw hnrlioi In tho world.
'Dm Ing tho d.ts of the MonnrrliJ'
Honolulu vwib prnLiltatl) a freo
port Ever) thing then was free, so'
to speak Tltly continued until tliu
tltnu of the Republic or Hawaii. Tliu
steamers weie getting freo water,
free tnwago and other things. v
"Now things nro different Your
government makes charges on ut
most anything Tho charges or
water, pllotuge, wharfage, ami even
for the pliiLCs to keep itml ate Im
Changing the subject hi wireless
telegraph) Mr. Stliwerln said that
It would rost the company $20,000
to get nnd litstull wireless machines,
nnd $22,000 to pit) tho operators to
('o tho work He said.
It Is true tlpit we have copslrt"
Lied installing wireless iitachlnet on.
the triius-I'.iLlflc steamships, but the
manufacturers hnve been unable to
provide us with suitable nppnr.ttus,
(Continued ou Page 6)
force, descilbtd thtlr numbers and
movements In minutest detail, even to
the fact tliut thoy went to bouse num
ber 52 In tliu camp Tho Item told ol
tksertlons fiom this lot and tinitlii
"Ono of them came to tho city )cs
teulay escoited b) ono of tho ollUert.
of the Watpnhu Higher Wage Assocla
tlun. It was itgrLid to glvo him caro
ful watch and If found out that he It
really repentant for wiong done them
hu will have pardon."
Tho witness struggled vnlluntly to
escape tho Imputation that this was
direct Intimidation, nnd Kinney got no
direct admission out or mm. nut ins
explanations were decidedly lame. It
, ,ler "1Ilt Sheba s plcturo wus
I '"" ""k t winipio oi m
testimony now being taken In tlio con
jsplracy trial The evasions of tho
i"i" i-huuhu uuuusi u
nmotint to direct answers, and there
n several piates mai snow nicLiy
prepared traps for tho vv tuess-whlch
"'' witness did not fall Into,
Mr. Klnne) : Did )ou )oursulf speak
of the paper In point ns tho organ ot
the Higher Wago Association? Mr.
s(,Ba; It may havo been written.
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