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VOL. XI, NO. 4409.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 8 CENTS.
PEARY QUESTIONS COOK'S CLAIM OF DISCOVERY
BARTHOLDT PRAISES HAWAII'S DELEGATE
Plans Prepared and Bids
STOREHOUSE FOR SPECIMENS
SHOP FOR MUSEUM STAFF
Will Not Be Open to Public, But
Will Be Accessible to Visiting
Scientists Work Now Being
Done Under Difficulties.
At a probable cost of between $15
000 mill S50 ono, n nimlcrnly equipped
Museum Laboratory will bo erected In
Honolulu within n Blunt time. UIiIh
have been solicited, nnd will be opened
on September 30. Plans hae been
picpnred by Airhltert J. I.. Young.
Tim iK-cIhIoii lo build the laboratory
was mailo by the npecl.il commlttco
consisting of W. O. Smith, A. F. Judd
nnd J. M. Dowsett, nt the last meeting.
The Laboratory will bo a three-story
structiiro, concrete reinforced, vermin
Mid Hie proof, CfixSO feet, and will bo
built on the Knllhl Bldo of Hawaiian
Hull, and connected with It by a
hlldge. It Is to bo lucd for storage
purposes), and for oso of the Museum
Muff In the work tljey are doing. Hero
will bo stored extra specimens, and all
of the equipment required to carry on
the Investigations necessary. At pres
ent the Museum staff nre obliged to do
their work nt their homes and other
"This laboratory,'' said Mr. Judd this
iiioiiilng. "If built will not bo open to
the public. Many people. Including
Mr. do Young, have an Idea a Mnseunl
Is Just nn exhibit to look at, but there
Ih Important woik to bo done, and that
Is why we nro figuring on erecting n
Laboratory. It will bo constructed nut'
nt the nubnp Museum funds. Whllo
It will not bo open to the public, visit
ing scientists will bo admitted to It."
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7. Su
rer 03 decree centrifugals, 4.17,
Beets 88 analysis, lis 11 l-4d.
Fantv. 4.53 cents. Previous quotation-
The Alabama LeglsVituro has ai
proved the. pioposed amendment to
tbo Federal constitution In favor of
r.n lucomo tax.
Congressmen Declare Hawaii Must Send
Delegate Back To Washington To
Protect Best Interests of' Territory
TALESMEN RUN OUT
IN NEW RIOT
Selection Of Jurors
Riot Case Now
"Send a Republican to Congress as
long as there Is a Republican ndmlti
iBtratlon In Washington nnd send
Princo Kuhlo as long as It' Is pos
tlblo to secure his services ns tho rep
ic?cntntvo of the Territory," was tho
nilvlco that Congressman Ilodciiherg
gavn In the course of a political discus
lion on tho Manna Kea during the trip
The Congressman from Illinois was
In Hawaii right )uars ngo as a mem
ber of the eh II service commission and
bo Is familiar with the development,
political and material, of Hawaii slnco
the time, of annexation.
The: mcmbeis of the 1909 delegation
have taken It upon themselves to show
to tho people of Hawaii that Princo
Kuhlo occupies a unique, and effective
trlcls on ilia mainland," said Congress
man Thomas of Ohio. "If the people
want to get the best results 'out of
their representation in Congress dur
ing the next few years a critical per
iod as far as this Territory Is con
cerned ihoy will prevail tiion Kuhlo
to accept another term," ndded
MS OPPONENTS AGAIN
Indulge in Sarcastic Personalities
Directed at Kinney's law Firm
and Is Reprimanded by the
Tho II Mt guns hate been filed In the
u-cond legal buttle over the riot at
Wnlpahtt on Juno 8. Llgbtfooc openel
with a bitter attack on Kinney Uul'ou,
Ilodcnberg Is particularly anxious , Prosser. and Anderson and on tho
that the people ofsJIawnll should be newspapers which have upiKscd the
cautioned that to send a Democrat to methods of the Japaiu-ke.
the National capltnl "would be a slapl The examination of tentative Juror
In tho fuco of the National admlnlstrn-, commenced In Judge IV Bolt's court
tlun," and would accordingly result In
email consideration for Hawaii at the
hands of tho men who make and un
maku the laws for the United States
1.111I hold the purso .strings of national
rosltlon among tho representatives of J Kuhlo didn't say ho was going to
tho United Statvit'tbat gather nt Wabii- run or withdraw from Hie noxt'race
Ington and thnt tho best Interests of but ho Indicated clearly enough that if
Hawaii can bo conserved by returning thero was a deslro of his party to
him ns tho Territorial Dclcgato for an- thow appreciation for his services he
other term. j would ucccpt another term as the Ter-
"Whnt did you 'get when Wilcox was rltorlnl representative,
in Washington," nsked Hodenbcrg, nnd Congressman Thomas Is particularly
ho hnstcucd to answer the question anxious that Hawaii should realize how
himself with "nothing."
"Kuhlo bns secured more for tho
Territory of Hawaii although handi
capped bv not lmlng a vote than tho
Congressmen from many Important dls-
much has been accomplished by tho
Delegate simply through an exercise
of diplomacy, tact and a knowledge of
thu Legislature nnd committee room
AFTER JOB OF
Two Candidates For
The creation by the Hoard of Su
pervisors of tho position of overseer
on tho Kalunnut llcach road lias
provided another place for someone
111 need of It, nnd there Is considera
ble speculation mound the muntel-
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School boys are receiving
special attention this week.
Our boys' suits are receiv
ing the most attention from
mothers because they are
strong- stylish, serviceable
Kash Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Hotel.
Other Appointments Are
Made For Other
Tho lloliialou school matter, ru
mors of which have been decidedly
rife lately, has been settled by the
Department of Public Instruction
undor powers given It by the school
rules. H. M, Wells has been ap
pointed the principal, and under
tectlon 3 of the rules guiding dls
missal and transfer of teachers, both
Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Mnydwell have
been transferred, to remove the per
sonal question harming tho efficien
cy of the department.
Miss Sierra M. Shields has been
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TIIK PKACE OF MIND
Line INSURANCE dlVKS,
TOWARD A MAN'S SUC
CESS IN HIS DAILY LIKE.
at 8:30. In the cxamlintloi of Jiu. K
Clark, Ughtfoot asked him whether ho
knew that "Kinney, llallou, ProMrr
and Anderson had n passion for writ
Ing newspaper articles," a ren'.ai-jj
based on tho Advertiser's polite flctlol
that Mr. Kinney was the editor of the
Uullqfln AM which wfla repeated
In'tho "Funny Column" of the Nlppu
Judge Do Ilolt severely reprimanded
Mr. Llghtfoot for asking the question
and wanted the counsel not to tudiilgc
In personalities. Mr. Cathcarl Is pros
ecuting the case, assisted by Mr". Pros
ser. Previous to this Win. L. Auatln was
excused as bo hail served on ti'o laat
Jury In the same case.
After Chas. Wallace had been ex
cused at 10 o'clock the venire ran out
and the trial wns continued until to
morrow, Judgo Do Holt ordering
special' venire of twenty-six
Jno. K, Clark tho first telesmnn ex
amined, was passed for causo nnd Wnt.
IC Isaacs, Geo. A. Martfield, (In). II.
Green and Thos. D. McOtilre weir also
accepted, subject to challenge.
Mr. Clark waB passed In tplle of
himself, as he is employed by Hind
Itolpli & Co., who are agents for tl 0
Halawa Mill Co. and he was not quite.
sure that It w'.idd leave his Judiuiiint
Liiliiiltienred If ll,o pvldence wan even'
ly balanced. It was during his exam
ination Hint Llghtfoot started to at
tack opposing counsel.
Wm. Isaac, formerly a bookkeeper
at Walakea, but now unemployed, was
accepted with tho usual strings at
tached, Fred J. Turner, who was called and
excused at the last trial' of the sama
case was again excused. He Is becom
ing known as tho man with the fixed
opinion. Ho swears that any ovldonco
presented would not change tho opin
ion on the caso that ho has formed.
Jas. H. Cummins was drawn In his
stead, W. F. Knott having previously
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EXPERT FRUIT 8HTJPPEBS.
By W. R, Farrlngton.
(Special 11 u 1 1 u.tl n Wireless)
K0HALA. Sept. 8. Congress
man Bartholdt. in a speech here to
day, said that the people of Hawaii
should not allow Delegate Kuhio to
retire, that he is an able representa
tive, and that it is due to his abili
ty and iudgment that Hawaii has
received the special Consideration of
KOHALA, Sept. 8. The Congres
sional party thoroughly enjoyed thi
magnificent tea trip from Honolulu
yesterday, and arrived at Mahukona at
midnight. That, section of the party
which went to Kohala were mst by a
committee headed by Speaker Hoi
stein, 8nator Woods, Hind, Renton,
McCrosson and Elgin. The guests
were accommodated for the night a
Hinds', and this morning had breakfast
at (he Kohala Club, prepared by the
This forenoon members of the dele
gation will make a trip along the Po
tc(u Gulch. The congressmen com
prising the Kohala ditch party were
greeted along the road by cheering
Japanese children. This noon lunch
was served at the Kohala Club.
This afternoon the party will be di
vided, some going aerois country at 2
o'clock, while others wilt continue or
the steamer to Napoppoo.
The Congressmen were greatly Im
pressed with the coffee plantations.
Party will leave Kailua for Hllo
at 10 o'clock tonight.
Governor Frear, with Senator Dil
lingham, Dr. H. A, Mlllls and W. R.
Wheeler, the Immigration Commis
sioners, dlsembarged from the steamer
at Napoopoo, going overland to Hllo,
where they will look over the home
steads in that district.
According to information ren
dered -the Governor's office by llrlt-
Ish Consul Dnvles, the Ilrltlsh ar
mored cruiser II. M. B. Hedford will
urrlve hero on the first of October.
Tho Hedford is ono of the cruisers
ordered to the Portola Festival of
San Francisco, nnd will there be a
part of the great world's fleet that
will be atcmbled behind the Golden
Gate. Whllo hero he will havo a
chnnco to exchange courtesies with
Scbreo's "marine, bull dogs."
SEBREE'S BIG FLEET-
According To Program
CAPTAIN REES WILL CALL
ON THE ADMIRAL
HALIFAX, N. S.. Sent, 8. Lieut.
Peary has wired to the Associated
Press that the two Eskimos who ac
companied Dr. Cook on his trip to
the Hoith Pole, state that the party
were not out of sight of land at any
time dur'n? the exploration. It is
Boat Races Are Planned bv Local slid that the tribe confirms the
Champions, Once Crew of His statement of the two. When shown
Majesty, King Kalakauav Big! the messasre. Mrs. Cook, wife of the
Matches for Visitors." explorer, said she was not worried.
and is quoted as sayintr that her
Rear Admiral Uriel Sebrce, com-' husband "has Pearv nailed." mean-
innnder In chief of the Pacific fleet, line Cook cot nhcad of his formei
bringing eight of the most power-' commander.
fill fighting machines of tho United ,
States Navy, will arrive off port
nexi saiuruay morning iu uayurcnii.,
Captain licet, commandsnt of the
uavul station, will then go out in
l.lu I.1......I, ii.i.I ..nil .., til...l....l Un.
Ilin l.lllltlll tlflU lllll till 4,MI,l(,ll fclV-
bree. It Is possible thnt the Ha-I
wullUn Ilmul will nltui fro nut In n!
special launch with the re.epllon I
committee, who will be selected by
Secretary Mott-Smith of the Terri
Actordlng to the present plan, It)
Is expected that the U. S. S. Tentietv
see, flagship of the commauder In
thief, will first enter tho harbor nd
dock ut the naval wharf. She will
be followed by the squadiou of thu
First Division, consisting of tho
cruisers Ct.lforula, South Dakota
The nrinoicd cruiser West Vir
ginia, flagship of the, Second Divis
ion, Admiral Harry commanding,
will piobnhly al come In to take
NEW YORK. Sept. 8, Genera
Henry Clurk Corbin. retired cota
mandcr cf the United States Army
j brilliant military officer, nnd veter
an of the Civil War, died here today
after an oierotion for urinal com
plant. He was born in Clermont
county, Ohio. Sept. 15. 1842. He
fought in the 83d Ohio Infantry dur
ing the war. and rapidly arose to
the rank of Major of Volunteers in
1807 for gallant service. He wat
on coal. As Boon ns the cruisers are wh President Uarfield when lit
docked they will take on coal, which' ws shot, and was commander of
Is being accumulated on tho nnval the Atlnntic Division in 190-1, Phil
wiiiitvus. jiopine Division in 1004 and North
As the flagship Tennessee, flying " Division in 1000. He was chief
Ad ulial Sebreo's flag, enters the hnr-jof staff when retired.
bor, the Naval Station battery will
The lloet will stay here twenty
four dajs. During that period the
men will challenge the local boat
boys to compete In boat races, ami,
arrangements nre being prepared by
the local enthusiasts.
The ouerntor at the Naval Stntlon
Is constantly watching tho messng-l
i iiuiii iiuimiMi ociiieu, kiviuk spe
cific plans and exact time of arrival. I
The latest report received from the!
licet read: '"Steaming eighteen' WASHINGTON. Sopt. 8. Gov
knotH" lernor Rigis H. Pest of Porto Rico
Following are the names of the has sent his resignation to Presi
cruisers and their commanders un- dent Taft. No action has been tak
der Admiral Sebree: en nJ ye(
U. 8. PACIFIC FLEET. ' -- 'J
Rear Admiral Uriel Sebree, Command- HARRIMAN IS IMPROVED.
er-ln-Chlef. AHDEN. N, J., Sept. 8. A bulle-
Commander William 8. licnson, chief tin issued bv the ohvsicians attend-
of staff; Ucutonant Commander Frank ing E. H. Harriman, the railroad
n. iiarK. jr.. ncei engineer; l.louten. j;in ttates that his condition it
ant Commander Dudley W. Knox, aldo. somewhat improved, although hii
ih-oi uniuuiicu omcur; i.iomenani iiais- vitality IS Still 10W,
tun a. iioimcs, aiue, nag lieutenant.
THERE IS NO CANDY QUITE 8
Q00D AS THAT AT THE
Hotel and Union Sti.
PROMPTNESS AND RELIABDLITY
Are two essential points to the
successful Messenger Service. We
insist upon and guarantee both.
For fti" o.rd at Bullatln
Ebony. Rosewood and Fox.
Hollister Drug Co.
First 8quadron, First Division,
TENNESSBB (flagship of Com-
PEARY EXPECTED. "
HALIFAX. N. S., Sept. 8. Lieul.
mander-lnchlcf) Armored cruiser, 20 Robert E. Peary, who is reported to
guns, H.S00 tons, 23,000 horsepower, have reached the North Pole, is ex-
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SHOES FOR THE AVERAGE JOY OR
Must be very strong
Must be durable
Must not pinch toes,
.T-st three rpod reasons
why our shoe-, should be at
tractive to parents.
A new shipment of the
Broad walk .
Oxfords and sandals have just arrived, nnd we have nil
sizes in black and tan leathers. Open Si)urdny evenings.
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1051 Fort St. ' Phone 282.