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From Snn Francisco:
Aila .Sept. 30
For Snn Francisco:
Alameda Sept. 29
Aurimgl , -.j ....Oct. 1C
For Vancouver: '
' Marama Oct. 13
VOL. XI. NO. 4428.
(Spccnal Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FBANCISCO, Sept 28. The
uamcs in the National and American
. LcAgues today went as follows:
Chicago 2, Philadelphia 5.
Pittsburg 0. New York 13.
- Cincinnati 1. Broohlvn 4.
St. Louis 1. Boston 2.
St. Loais 7. Boston 3.
Philadelphia 7, Cleveland 0.
New York 0. Detroit 5.
Washington 1, Chicago 5.
The Boston-St. Louis, came was
ncstDcned on account of heavy rain.
Bv iheir win over Cliicntro the Phil
adclphia nine insaria Pittsburg the
STANDING OF NATIONAL LEAGUE
Oliili. W. U l'ol.
I'lllsbiirB 1011 37 .741
Chlcng 9t! 47 .071
New York S5 f.G .filiS
Cincinnati 71 71 .CI")
' Philadelphia US 74 .174
St. IxiuIh .".n 91 .34
Itrnoklyn B2 91 ,33
lliibton ; 40 97 .'.'91
STANCING OF AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club., .V. I.. 1'ct.
Detroit ,01 M .filS
I'lillwlelplilll ..:.... 90 C3 .029
lloxl (in 84 r.n .5!)
- Chicago 74 71 .510
Cleveland " TO 70 .479
New York 09 75 .479
Kt. I.outM 59 85 .400
Washington 38 107 .202
EAHOOON, Sept. 28. The News
reached here today of the explosion
nt sea of the British steamer Clan
Macintosh. There was hut one sur
vivor who arrived here to tell the
talc of the horror.
1S5 editorial rooms 250 butt,
nets office. Thesa am the telephone
numbers of h Bulletin effio.
1 .1 f i ' ! I
I 9.Ki M iW
PEARL HARBOR LINE
Actual Work to Commence!
With Arrival of Poles
PEARL HARBOR LINE WILL ADD
TO TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES
L. Tenney Peck Says That With the
Material on the Ground, the
Work of Building the Extension1
Will Be Pushed Rapidly.
Willi the arrival or llio M. N. 8. 3.
llyndes toilny, bringing tliu poles anil
other material for the ltniilil Transit
Coniiaiiy, tho building of the extension
to I'eurl Harbor i begin. I.. Tenney
Peck, I'loflilont or the company, niailo
tills announcement today, and Man.
ngor Hallentyno la busily engaged ar
ranging thu details of (no work.
The preliminary survey wink lias
been completed, and some of the. nn
teilnl la being hauled to the scene of
action, Thu building of flits extension
hiia been looked forwurd to with grent
Interest for u long time, a It meaiu
a throiiKh system tb the big military
poit, nnd will complete city circuit
coniiecilnii-'for hundreds-ofamiy .pfll
elaln ami cltlzciia living In that r.0C'
DROWNED AT WAlKlhl
James PlckardL a coal passer on
the U, S. S. Pennsylvania, was
dtowned this morning In front of
Oswald I.uttcd'H tent houses. Tho
unfortunate oung fellow had gone
In swimming this morning, but no
one hud noticed his absence until Ills
body was seen In the brcnkcia.
Some of his friends illbcovcied the
corpse In tho water and at onco con
veyed ft ashore and started efforts
to reainrltate tho man, Two doc-.
tors were summoned, nnd for two
hours cveiythlnij, possible was .dono
to try and In lug the man around.
All efforts weie in vain, and at
last tho doctors had to give up nil
hope and declaro tho man to be dead,
I'lcKard was n man of about 30
years of age and was a fuvorlto on
hoard the ship.
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Captain and Mrs. Drow aro at tho
Seaside during tlio stay of tho Hlthet
fashions for the
women of Amer
ica ; New York
the fashions for
are made in New
York and repre- ..
sent the best in
ship, and materials.
THE KASii CO., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Hotel,
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, SEP
PHMlfl OTSAYS STORY IS FALSE
Facing a five-year Bentence at hard
labor In U.ihu prison, Cnpalo Alasca,
convicted of xodoiiiy, thin morning es
caped tho vigilance of IiIh guards at
Karlolanl I'aik and made a success-
The prison gang, of which Alasca
was a member, had been working at
Kipliilanl Iark, cutting gross and
cleaning "I' generally and the convict
took advantage of a moment'a Inatten
tion on the part of his guard, mid
tllppcd fitnn view, Tho grounds wero
scoured hut no sign of tho man wan
found, he linvlnx probably reached the
thelter of the hiding places n.Tordo!
by Diamond Head by tho time his es
raiK) was discovered. Ho will pioli
ably attempt to Ret Into the mountain-,
and the authorities will have n hard
time getting him back If he makes It,
na he la Mill at large.
Theosophy, to which lio refused to
become converted, la blamed by MaJ.
J. I'. Itancon of Atlanta, president of j
tho Central of Georgia 'rallroadr-ior
the differences Which led, Ills wlto to
bud for dlvoico.
Governor Frear Says
Many .Changes Are
It was stated this morning by
Governor Kienr that the announce
ment In the morning pnpor to the
effect that V. I., llocck has been ap
pointed chief clsrk In the executive
n mine "7"oxamplo of somo person digging up
ineiiii.n.iu nun iiui.l tro
Homing ueuniie nun ueen ucciumi
upon In connection with the , ni; I they havo tied up a larKo proposition,
polntnicnt. t (lovcrnor Krcnr stated MuX we w, 1108ltlvely Ilot cmpiy wlti,
further that a plan of reorganizing (nB unl8t orilnance. It la a matter
the clerical forco in tho executive of.)of .,rlncpi0 wlt), us. Wo nm. have to
flee was being favorably considered
nnd that Its application would bring
iboiit the abolishing ot tho office of
chief i' trie.
'"int proposed plan of reorganiza
tion has been "under consideration
for tome time," said Governor Frenr,
"and Its application would effect
somo economical and tend toward bet
ter working efllclency In the ofllces."
'Governor Frear Bald that he wna
inclined to think Hint tho plan of re
organization could bo carried through
successfully, particularly In view of
tho fact that there would bo a decrease
in tho amount of tho work to bo done
after July 1, whenthero would ha no
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You Have Never
Had An Accident
YOU SAY? WEM.. .WHAT 8B
CUIHTY IIAVI3 YOUTOK THK FH-
'ruitn? you atia on hkar of
1'EOl'I.i: 11KING INJUUBD KVEltY
DAY. HAVK US
Write You An Accident
ONK THAT 18 IJIIKIlAr,, UP-TO-DATK
AND IN AX A-l COMPANY.
Bulletin Advertising is Good
One of tho staff of tho flagship Ten-
ncsseo when asked If it were true that
tho West Virginia would bo delaod lii
leaving, replied: "Evidently tho Star
reporter knows more about tt than wo
"The West Virginia, will leavo with
the fleet, unless die sinks."
MAY CANCEL NEW
Litigation Threatened On
' Account w btreet
CARTER SAYS CASE
60 TO SUPREME COURT
Ilenty of Trouble in Store for Super
visors Over the "Hole" Ordi
nance Passed Last Night Hello
Girls May Remain.
Unless the Supervisors rescind their
action Inst night In passing the street
excavation ordinance., Honolulu may
have to go without tbncwutomiiilo
telephone system. Kx-tiovernor car-
ler saut tnis morning inai'ino annual
Telephone Company may cnn-cl its
contract with C. I', Piatt, and at nndon
Its-pTnns to establish a'$32,0M systom
In this city. This announcement has
caused a stir In bnslners clrclcu, on
account of the largo amount Involved
in tho deal, and the preliminary work
and expense already gone to.
''I ennnot understand why the Board
passed such an ordinance, esieclally
us wo were in negotiations with them
with a view of adjusting the matter
In a satisfactory manner," said Mr.
Carter, "It means that tho system if
put In will. ho delayed six months or
longer, aa we will" tako It to tho Su
premo Court. It Is simply n holdup.
I and you can't make anything else out
I "If tho Hoard wanted to make a test
lease of It, why did they not take the
the street, and not Jeopardise public
, ,,.... ,,. ,,. wav .uv h.v Now
cancel our ordera, and at the very
best it will bo half a year or more be
fore wo can put In a new system."
Tho ordinance provides that whero a
person or company desire) to excavate
In tho Btrcets, a permit Is to bo taken
cut, to which Is attached a feo of flftv
cents. To each 300 foot of under
ground tunnels or other excavation
this minimum chargo la to bo made.
That It will be fought to a finish by
tho Mutual Telcphono Company and
others Is now apparent.
Deputy County Attorney Mitvertcn
holds that tho Hoard has absolute con
trol and Jurisdiction of tho streets, and
that tho ordlnanco will stand, hllo
fcome of the Territory officials dlffq"
Bulletin Businett Office Phone 208.
Bulletin Editorial Room Form 185
YOU CAN BANK ON
CANDY ALWAYS BEING FRESH.
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION.
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time,
Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
'.TEMBER 28, 1909. 10 PAGE"1
Secretary of the Navy Beekman
Winthroo today inspected the Brem
erton Navy Yard. He will go from
here to Pearl Harbor, although hit
original plant when leaving Wash-
iflgton contemplated only an inspeo-
t' the y"d of the Pacific
Secretary Wlnthiop Is ono ot tho
most prominent figures la govern
ment life nt Washington, having
served na governor of l'orto ltlco
from 1904 to 1907. He was as
sistant secretary of tho Treasury
when the Federal building proposl-
tlon for Honolulu came up, and wat-
the official who handled the Wash
ington end of the matter. Ills .visit
here will be one of great interest,
both In a naval and business
HEADS NATIONAL GUARD MEN.
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Sept. 28. J
General Thomas Stewart wat today
elected prMident 0f the National
Thomas Jamison Stewart, Adjut
ant General of Pennsylvania since
January, 1895, was born In nelfast,
Ireland, Sept. 11, 1848. He moved
to Amcrtc and attended the public .
scuoois ill rvornsiown, rn. lie
served In the 128 Regiment Pennsyl
vania Volunteers In tho Civil War.
He was rhade assistant adjutant gen
eral ofttho G. A. H. in 1882, secre
tary Internal affairs In 188C, nnd
commander in chief In 1902.
TAFr FOR CONSERVATION.
SPOKANE. Waih., Sent. 28.
President Taft arrived' here at an
early hour this mornintr and was
erected by a great crowd of people.
The event of bis star was his
speech on conservation and an ut
terance indicating that while Bel
linger and Pinchst mar not be on
speaking terms, the President ap
Mr. Taft confined himself to the
conservation issue. He said that
Secretary Bellinger acxeed with him,
and praised Forester Pinehot for fol
lowing the Roosevelt policies. He
stated that the Executive will 'ask
Congress for 'ten millions in bonds
to complete the great irrigation pro
tects of the west;
AUGUST CHAM0T DEAD.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sent 28. Aug
ust Chamot, the hero of the Boxer
rebellion and the exciting events of
the 1800 campaign, died here today,
MOORISH CITIES BURN,
Melilla, Morocco, Sept, 28.
Many of the Moorish cities are burn
ing. S.S. Alameda
Sept. 20; '09
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
for a long,
I Unable to reach an ngi cement the
Jury In the second trial of the Walpn
lm rioters la mill locked up In Its
room In tho Judiciary building and nc
cording to the rexjrts that aro pieva
lent there seems to bo little likelihood
of the Jury reaching n verdict. Tho
Jury begau Its deliberations at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon and have
been frequently enlightened as to tho
law In tho ciibo.
At 12:30 Judge Do Uolt allowed the
Jury to go to lunch In charge of
Charles Hopkins and they were then
taken back to tho Jury loom and re-
slimed their deliberations In thu hope
that the) would reach a verdict t-oino
time tills afternoon.
in the event (hut the jury is ills-
charged without a verdict It will
amount to an acquittal for the Wnl-Jaw
jiahu rioters, tho successive disagree-
ments of two Juries operating as thu
acquittal of the accused.
The discussions In the Jury room
were not characterized by nn of llio
loud talking that distinguished the de
liberations of the first riot Jury rh'-
Fleet Holds Bi:
The Alaiiea street dock, and llio
three ships whero tho fete will be held
tonlKht. aro the scenes of Rrcat actlv.
Ity :i preparation for this ovculiiK'si
Hxeptlon and dance, which will bo
t-'lvvti by the Admirals nnd ollicers of
the licet to Honolulu people.
Final Touches For Tonight's Receptlji
A lartto number of ollicers and men
aro busy KetlliiK o'vervthliiK In reull-
ness for tonlaht, and those who haw
been favored with Invltnlloni will ccr.
talnly be surprised with tho offoits
that havo been made In their behalf
KothlnB that has ever been Klven be-
foro In Honolulu by tho ships of war
will surpass the brilliance of tonlirhl'n
ftn. unit with tho imionlliiht mill niiisle.
tho scene will bo one that will lonn bo
remembered, Tho.vvalklkl side of thu
dock has been screened off with nvwi.
lugs from tho different shipa, nnd this
intranco will be used exclusively for
tho guests, ns vehicles will nut be n.
lewed on tho wharf.
Aa tho Kiiests nrrivo they will bo
i.liown to tho two flagships, where
dressing rooms havo been provided,
after which they will again return to
the wharf and b(j presented to tho re
ceiving party, which will bo composed
of tho two Admirals, tho chief of stalf,
I Captain Hencon, mid tho eight captains
of tho (feet. I
j Ilerger's band will play on the end
'of the dock, while ipiinlet clubs will
A man can take is running.
Your feet encased in i pair of thc elk flexible shoes
will make vou feel like taking n sprint in' the evening or
before breakfast. Just give this a second thought. Try it,
and see how you .will beat the doctor out.
- OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ly nfter 0 ciVlorlc the Jurj was l-niught
Into court on Its own inpiest. .lamoj
C ill lil. the foriuiuui. asked .ludgo Do
Holt If a eidlnt could V linuiglit In
fur unlaw (ill nHxeinlily. JiiiIro Do Holt
luoceeded to eiillghted tho Jury mi tha
legal signincaiioo of the term ";nluvr
rul nsreiiib y." nn.l stated that. vMibln
the ternw of tin) law. a riot ci.i.iJ nut
occur wlUnmt their llrst boliiR mi mi
lawful assembly. Tho Jury wa.l trick
to the Jurj room after iccclvtui' u.MI-
tlonal Instructions' to the oITcct that
If they veie convinced bejoiul reason-
able doubt that the defendants nsseni-
bled nt Watpnhii for mi unlawful pur-
pose on Juno itli, they sliou'd brliiR
In a verdict of guilty. Just before re
turning to tho Jury room nnvni.tn
Guild usked ngnln If n verdict for on
fill assemblage ronlil be roliiiniitS
and was agilu Informed tint tr.9 Jmy
could return such a verdict if It
wished. The Jury seemed to bo undo?
the Imtresttuu that unlawful nssemby
is a minor degree of tho oltenso of riot,
ceurdlng to the statute, however, It
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f urtiii-li the music for the d:i:iclns or'
tho three idilps, the Tennessee, Vo
Virginia and Pcmixyhanla.
Cards will bo taken up at tlic cut
.f the duck and those not pror.oat!n t
one will not be allowed any further '
mi ler any clicumstancce.
Uancliu? will bo kept up on the
'r lili ilnrliiB the entire evenlni;.
while th.io who do pot cure In llp
""' "K1" fantastic will havo n chalice
reo tnc-ir menus on llio rtmirnnde
" Iho "' 'l ihu dpek.
V spwlul request the denorallont.
''live not been mentioned, as thojilll
"-'' ""' anxious to have n "surprise
''"" """"? '' wl" '' incscnt.
Coal October First.
On account o'f the hard Work ahead
of the olllcci-a and men of tho llee
oil tliclr trip after their depaitiiru fro'n
here on October 5. Admiral Subrro hn,
Riven orders that thq men. will be lily
en all tho liberty iMibsihle, and thut
conlim; will, not sart until thu llrst of
I-aeh ship will take over a thousand
tons of coal, except the Colorado,
which will lake only nboiit 300 tons
moio, as sho completed her coallnR
last week when the rest of the Heot A
weio off on tlivlr speed tilnK , Ci
Sallormen Dance At Young.
It will be Hop-o tlinu liefurcv local
pi'oplo will have tho rhnncu to nltcliil
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Hollister Drug Co.
yzj. rori s. . c
lilt t. Teleuhone 361.
1051 Fort St.