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VOL. XI. NO. 4438.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TEMUTORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1909. 10 PAGES..;
PRICE 5 CENTS.
AMBASSADOR CRANE LETS OUT STATE SECRETS
'UNITED HONOLULU" IS BACKING V. M. C. A.
Devastates. Hawaii Graft
Puj lluul Affonso Tells Supervisors That Some
LOS ANGELES,' Oct. 12. A de
vastntintr hurricane swept over Key
West, Florida, today which has had
no parallel in the historv of storms
in this section. Fvc hundred hous
es, seven churches, nine cigar factor
ies "and 100 vessels have been de
stroyed. The beautiful Roosevelt
orange proves have been laid a deso
late waste. Thousands of people are
homeless, business is at a standstill,
and panic rcipns everywhere. No
loss of life has been reported to date,
but few details arc obtainable ow
ine to the demoralized state of the
tclecraoh and telephone svstcm. Aid
is bcinc rushed to the scene from
SAN ntANCISCO, Oct. 12.
Prince Kuni and Captain Takeshita
of the Shimazu this morning return
ed the call of Mayor Tavlor. The
Butch cruiser, Noordbrabant, which
has just arrived in port fiom Hono
lulu, saluted the Prince, and he was
welcomed by the officers on board.
Prince Kuni and other prominent
Jauancsc sailed on the Tenyo Maru
today for home.
Ono parsengrr of Iho Cinillan-Auv
ti.illim llni'i- Mar.una, wh.di anhcil
In ro jcsli'iduy ntleriinon. ,ild lull to
llic xen while Hint vessel was steaming
In Aiii!lrnlmi waters
A woman known an Mis. Scjmour,
wIki Joined lliu ship nt Hjdnej anil
v:ih booked tii llrlshano lost her IlTo
pi ii result (r Hit) tempest which Hi o
Mni.tma encountered shoitly nftcr
(Continued on Paife 2)
Dining llio funeral at Seattle (
(icoige 12 Hciles, tlio wlioleas ope
intur who pcilshcd on tlio steamer
Oliln, eoiy wlrelem telegraph Inntru
incut In (lie western ilhlsldn was si
lint for liulf an liour
You'll Sleep Well in These '
Dig New Stock of L?ine Madras,
Pongee, Mercerized Cotton, Flannel,
'Well made and cut on up-to-date
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
Discoveries Must Be Kept Secret
For the Benefit of County
It Is not believed lint tlio depart
mint of tlio Attointy Clemral nf lliu
lenltnr) will nku miy pail In the In
vestigation ami probib'o pn.ociillonb
that will follow in Hie walu of tl.n
widespread malfeasance nn.l inU.v
proprlntlon of license fees li pollco of
(leers tluit nro said to have uaen Is
covered cm Hawaii. Tlieiu was un em
phatic sentiment In the Inst l.tglfh
turn that tlio counties hIioiiIiI line full
control over their own 1cr.i: iii.ichln
eiy mill with thlti Met In mtud It Is
unlikely that the Attorney (leneial'h
ilepnrtmcnt will lie drawn Into the
License Inspector 0. P. Affonso, who
Investigated conditions particular! ill
the Kan district linn submitted a le
port to the Hawaii Supervisors Hint
lie.ir out many of the charges nut!e.
In addition to the flnJIngs in tlio le
lorl Affonso gnve promliio of fuilhei'
sensnllonn) developments liy saying
that othir matters tinit libfii discovered
thai it would he to the heat Interest of
the county to conceal from the puhllc
lor the time being.
IN STRIKE CASE
Police Fail To Find
Desi lie. determined offorts tundo by
tho police, KiiKiichl, an Important wit
ness In the tilt! of rushlmi and ICu
waknml, charged with kidnaping and
Imprisoning tin eo of their countrjiucu
who wtio under the suspicion of the
o Ulcers of tho Higher Wage Associa
tion on July 4th Inst, the man has not
jet been apprehended. It Is belle; cd
that ho Is In hiding and will not nK
penr ugnln until the trial lstcnncluded.
During tho strike agitation Kii';ucht
was the victim of nu attack nt Wu.
palm and It Is believed thai lie feme I
the vengeiinco of friends of tho lic
ensed men If ho K.no his testimony ln
the cusp. Tho pollco at Walpahu and
Spictnl Officer Itcees searched all
dav vestcrdnv but no clew wnn oh-
I tallied as to lliu wheionboutB of the
The prosecuting arm of HaWall'H
I county government Ih temiKirnrlly crli.
, pled. County Attorney Williams belli,
BUIIUIiniJ HI UIKI IIIL'IU IJC1UK li CllSpiUB
oer the payment of the snlary of Carl
Smith, the deniily. the Supervisors re
fusing to ratify, his nppolntment ax
Acting uoiinty Attorne)
In the con r so of his report Affonso
"1 spent a whole week In tlm din
trlct nt Kan locking up Hcims- an I
Investigating various complclntb
which had reached me from divers
souices ami, im u result cf such an in
'vestlgntlon, li..e found that consid
erable slipshod methods, If not worse,
have obtained In that district sluco
the Inst legislature turned over the
collection of licenses to the various
counties vido Act 151, Session Laws
On my tour of Kan district I was
accompanied by County Shoilff Mr.
Rumucl K, Tim nnd am indebted to
him for considerable asslstunce In no
, work there. On our arrival at Palialn
(Continued on Page 4)
ON TELEPHONE DEAL
Board Of Supervisors PI
Act On Contract And
Tonight tho Hoard of Supervisors
will pass finally un the telephono
lontinct Hint Attorney Lewis has
drawn up for their approval. The
agreement, us before mentioned,
eliminates the Mutual from palng
permit fees for excavations in the
street, and they agree to put the
city's lire and police wires In their
conduit? for 15 cents per foot. The
telephone company agrees to tnke
out permits for all holes made In
tho stieetB, without cost to them,
und the city Is to inspect the work.
Tho agreement covers a period of 27
Tho 50-cents-a-hole ordinance,
which has stirred up such a rumpus,
will be put up tor final reading to
night. A curious crowd will be on
hand to .see how tho Supervisors
vote. It is snld the way the Super
visors vote on tho ordinance will de
cide their political future. Deputy
Attorney Milverton has quit. Ad
vising tho Supervisors to stand pat
(Continued on Page 2)
A Home for the
On the Mortgage
A friend says to you: I'll rive
you that lot over there if you will
pay the 3 per cent interest on the
mortgage, and deed it to your family
When you die." Wouldn't you grab
Yet that's exactly what a life in
surance policy will do for you.
Funny you never saw it that way be
fore, isn't it!
Drop in or write.
923 Fort Street
Campaign Starts Off
With Liberal Gifts
The V. M. C. JA. committeemen
showed their loaty and liberality
this morning by starting the sub
scription ball tolling with nearly
$:ir,000 pledged to the S1G0.O0O for
the new building project. The list
to date stands as follows:
Citizen's Committee, George It.
A Oeo. II. Cnrtcr $ C.300
It. II Trent, 1,950
C J P. Cooke 7,500
U Geo. F. Davies 6,950
K 1 C. Atherton 10,500
Young Men's Iluslnes Committee,
T. E. Stcerc,' general chalrmnn.
1 (leo, 11. Angus 1 450
2 A. I,. Castle 300
3 C. 8. Crane . . . 30U
4 P. I). Lowrcy 350
5 W. T. Schmidt 300
C Geo. 8. Wiiterhouse.. . 325
Y.MX.A; LUNCH - --
A GREAT SUCCESS
The chairmen of the general com
mittees, the heads of sub-committees,
leaders of divisions and tho workers
to far in harness occupied eleven ta
bles fur the noon-day lunch. There
was Just good fellowship with plen
ty u enthusiasm nnd just enough of
shop talk until the meal was finish
ed. Then Mr. Carter took the floor
nnd with eercne Interested nnd In
good humor went Into the business
at hand. He was followed by Mr.
Super In a shoit explanation on the
details of the system. Iioth Mr.
Caller and Mr. Super urged all to
attend the lunch every day without
As the Mil Ions leports were rend
applause wns heard, und the spirit
ot rivalry was cieatcd by several
challenges, one from Oeo. Davies.
Just before the lunch party sep
arated, uftcr the disposition of busi
ness, tho clock was set for tho first
time, but without any ceremony.
It wns then leallied that the cam
paign wns In full swing. Mr, Kber
sole, who hiiB been In sevcrnl cam
paigns, said It was the best start he
had evor seen.
VOLCANO IS GREAT
K. M. Campbell, returning by the
Mautia I.oa this morning from a visit J j ears' current expenses, and In con
to tho volcano, reports greatly In- jslderatlon of the gifts of others,
creased activity in the pit ot Hale- I hereby agree to pay to the treas
nnumae, tho actually molten lake urer of tho said association the sum
covering an area ot fully eight acres, 'of , Dollars,
A change has tnken place ln the upon condition that $100,000 In
character of the eruption In that the pledges secured on or before October
entire Inks Is now In constant mo- 22, 1909, Payable iib follows: One
tlon, great fountains flying hero nnd flfth Nov. 1, 1909; ono-flfth Feb. 1,
there unremittingly, added to a con-. 1910; one-fifth May 1, 1910; one
tlnuous lateral movement of the boil- fifth Aug. 1, 1910; one-fifth Nov. 1,
lug lavy, very often extending from 1910.
one slilo ot tho pit to the other at a I Or will pay In full
speed of from five to ton miles per Solicited by
hour. Tho i oar ot tho' waves Is ills- Signed ,
tlncty audible from the Volcano ' Address
House, three miles distant. 'Team
During the past few weeks the i -
depts of tho pit has varied between j
100 nnd 200 feet.
French, German and
ininmmTnir n io C.....-I
i.Z f Ktlt. S, JftJo. nnttfl.
li'i In .i T .!5
AmYrir'Jr aSSSS trfrhin.
tSt he would acceThU ndnS
tBSJle???"1a5J!p: - "l.a"0",'
Mr. Knox at the same time issued
a statement that his action was due
to an interview riven out by Mr.
tCr?(!,hci.h,Ch h! ,tBted th8t the
United States government was pre
oannc to enter a protest against
some features of the agreement be
t'een Japan and China. Mr. Crane
secured his information from a de
rartment clerk who was examining
n ihwi Kiu-cKf "".
ments concerning the settlement of
mW?.& 'SH?"4,.. ... ,.
uc rcixm buine-jsuancsc agree
Ambassador Crane admits his in.
discretion. , -" "-
This closes one of the most re.
markable incidents in the recent his
tory of the State Department. Mr,
brsuc ww rciauca vo nasaingion
u he was ion the point of sailing to
the One" on the steamer Mongolia
irora sua rrancuco.
A combined Danish and French
uftlnntlfl,. vtAlltl.iti wilt vlnll tlm
Danish West Indies In an endeavor
to determine the part pleyed 'by """f, ?r, curBC ll. ou,rt ,,,ko
blood-sucklng Insects.ln the spread- Brent deal of time and some money on
Ine of lenrosy ,)our l",rt t0 nccompllsh it.
,nB 0t ' y' i m m "Hut all great things result from
Cor. Ml McCunn at Glasgow reportB hun,,,le ,hlnKs. o get your thinking
American corn is more In demand than ca' ,n uml et our brother Shrln
that of any other country for making o"1 l" wol on It. Tell them that the
Bcotch whisky. wilier Is not writing a, fairy tnle.
In Y.M.C.A. Campaign
Ilplow Is nn exact copy of the
blank for general subscription which
is being used by the speclnl commit
tee In their campaign for the new
Y. M. C. A. building:
Honolulu, T. H Oct. . ., 1909.
For the purpose of erecting and
equipping a building for the Hono
lulu Young Men's Christian Assocla-
tlon. and providing a portion of two
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
GERMAN COFFEE CAKE
The Real Thine,
Hotel nea'r Union.
Conclave For Hawaii
Postmnster Pratt lins reieUod from
C. K. Henry, a friend of the old das
in Uockford, Illinois, a letter In
which he springs a strenuous plans
to bring a big Shrlncr conentlon to
Hawaii during the ear of the open
ing of the Panama Canal. The
scheme Involves a great undertnking,
and the bringing to the Islands of
thousands of Masons from all oer
the United StiiUs. The letter n):
"I think Hint If our Shrine would
commence writing to all the dllforeiit
Shrlnes in the United Stntes, telling
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entertalnemnt. and mention the Pun-
Canal In connection with same.
,n ra' n,lni1' J0U could hase B neel ot
vewi ln the harlor ' "no,u,U ""'
ond to none outside of the great war
fleet which made the noted trip
around the world, which of courso
We as Shrlners could not bent. Hut
' really think that Ilotton could
one essel, New York nnother, Phil
ndelphlii another, Ilnltlmore another.
New Orleans on the south still im-
oth nml Bt lMIt onc or ,wo fron,
the Inland western states, all meet
a certain point on the coast
or ev en at Colon , goln g th rough tho i,,,. v,i i r v t 7.f r
Cann, , neot Nv douU ,, u . ' A- "
"-ere will be many members of tho,"' ""l'.. . "J ?, "Z.
Senate and Congress who are Shrln
ers, and with our present President,
who Is very much inclined toward the
Masonic fraternity, it would be no
trouble of the government allowing
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Tnere woull, be n llcet of 8,x or
8evcn steniclg and ,0 wur assets.
I "It probubly seems like a big
thing fur such a proposition coming
from so small a place as Kockford,
but '.""l t,,,nk " can ue acc("""
The above fund is in nddltion to
the $50,000 gift of C. M. Cooko.
These aro tho names of tho 113 men
who, at tho dinner. last evening sig
nified their purpose of nsststing in the
campaign for the building fund:
C. K. Al, Robert Anderson. I". II.
Armstrong. W. D. Adams, W. II. nab-
lltt. ChasJW. Baldwin, C. O. Dnllcn
tno, II, Dlcknell, W. 11. llllss, II. 1).
uowen isaian uray, u. j. uuchly, I;.
R. Dath, Dr. nrlnckerhotf. D. II. Case.
W. W. Chamberlain. E. M. Chcntam.
T. M. Church, A. D. Clark. A. F. Cooke
A. Coyne, C. F. demons, Clhe Davies,
C. J. Dav, II. Denlson, K. K. Dessnr
8. B. Dole, C. Du Rol, Kdw, M, Khr-
horn. K II. Emerson. J. W. Farwcll,
W. R. Farrlngton. Wllllbnld Felni).
Joseph J. Fern, w. J. Forbes, A. (larl
(Continued on Page 0)
of Quality WtKK
We wont every baseball plajcr to Le cauioped with
a pair of these fast baseball shoes. Made of the best Tan
Willow calf leather strong; as rawhide, but as pliable
on. the foot as a kid elove. The difference between poor
and eood shoes on the players may win or lose a came.
The price is 6.05 a little more than the ordinary
kind. They are worth the difference.
(Open Saturday evening.) ' 1
10S1 Fort St.
hut feelstlint with the right men In
ihnrf-'o tills thing can be an-ump-llshcd,
ami Hint I will do what I can
to help J on in this pioposltlon It
will be the greatest thing the world
has evvi Men, hut who ran handle
big things better than the Shrlners?
So. ill) de.u Joe. get to woik and
write personal letters lo the I'otin-
tales of the different Slulnes In the
forgot to mention that peihaps
Canndu wouU be nbli; to Kent! n cs-
lc 0f Shiliiiis to Join us
.", .ioe. gri uusy nun see wnni
JOu can do. All I sa Is IT CAN'
" re"'t""' to the proposed plan
,,f t,,c sl,r",crB ,0 Ualt K"nuca erat"
0, ,,,,. ucl.f0rd St.ir of Sintembor
u tells of a remarkable meeting In
the nlr The article Bnjs:
First high In the nlr, next into the
boweh of n crater It reiinlnid for
members of Iho .Masonic fraternity
to sturtle the lodge world with spe
clnl places of meeting 1 Im tele
graph jesterday told of n Mntonlu
blue lodge mielitig held 7,000 feet
in the nlr In n balloon 2 Acrlnl
held ii tonimuiikiitlon high In tho
nlr and In ,a pu.lu't-lu the clouds.
It Is t")ie first meeting of the sort
Tho lodgo wns conducted with all
ihc Mnsonlc olisei vances possible un
der the conditions. J J. Vnn Alkin
burg of South Framlnghiim wns
worshipful master, Jabez llinton of
Wlnchestei was bcrlor warden, nnd
Charles J. (Hidden wns Junior war
The balloon started from tho
grounds of the Aeio Club of New
England nt Plttslleld, In nn attempt
nt a height record, but the atmos
pheric condltloni weie not suitable,
nnd the balloon got Into a pocket of
clouds At the highest point rec
orded by the barograph, 7,200 feet,
In the midst of the dense clouds, the
.Mnsonlc ceremony took place.
FOR NEW POSTMASTER
tt Honolulu Is to liaui u new U
K postmaster according to tlio re- tt
U ports from the Coast hut ulictli' tt
It er Louis Keiinke will get tlieytt
tt plum Is another question. tt
tt Ideally the Hstmust( rslilp con- tt
tt test has been regnrded as a tt
tt closed Incident and the people tt
tt have gone along In the Idea Hint, tt
tt no change would bo made. In tt
ttiiolltlcnl circles cm the mainland V.
H'howovcr tho claim Hint n now tt
tt postmaster Is needed In Honolulu tt
tt conHuuus to prevail and tho; tt
tt seem to have, almost (.elected the tt
tt mnn for tho place, ' tt
tt Mr. I'rnll appears to know tt
tt nothing of u chungo. tt
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