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VOL. XI. HO. 4440.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, OCT OBER 14, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS. 1
SIX INDICTED BY1
Editor Of The. Japanese
FACES TWO CHARGES
Lonzo Bolin Accus:d of Tampering
. With Quary Machinery and
Stealing Oil Hioith Is In -
Thu first four days' session of the
IVileuil Claud Jury has icsultul In
Iho lliidlng of seven truu Mils, a Pir-
Hal icport having beep .tettiiiied ly
me iiniuiHiiora uus niorniiiB. m. i. nnrrlKon, n local attorney, liui-
Two Iminttiiciils in c r.ctmnod,llsui (IiiIiiib Hint ho nag amuulled li
iiK.iliiHt I.IHI7II llolln, formerly mi ChilBlIaii. It la rhiirceil hy Chrltlau
iniiKM n hi i mi miunr ii until niinrt' in .
ollllll. llolln Is chnined In tlio
Inslnmo with Inuipcrlim wllli .
Pllt nftllltnttt in. l.t.1..Hi. n lltn ..(.?
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nun uiu iniciiiion oi uixaKiini; h
and M3llily eudanRciIiiK the liven ot
th6 other woikiueit. Tho other In
illtluicnt ill irKca llolln with tho
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No System Of
1h.it iilisnluklv no k j bU. in piuvaltcd
In kriiiI In lt,p h'liidlliiR of tho wire
lew apiijrnlim on Iho LiulKcrn of tho
r.i(llle licet whllo hciu, was tho state-1
liienl of a iiioinllielit wlrelufa olllcl.il
Ibis inoinliiR, and as tho result, It In
hi'llnM'd Unit O'iii (lueht, rhlif olee
HUI.in nt thu II. S. N.ivnl Ht.itlon, Ih i
niflL i intc an iiiiliikt iieu.illi liilllcleil'
hie lino olllc lal neWH of tlio leeent
bpu'd lea1 leaked thioiiRli Kiitetiiuieiit
when to mi outside xouicc, .mil w.ih
publlslied In oiiii id tlio p,ip"rs.
Aftir u limit of Inquiry was held
(Her (liiesl, uc ordliiK tti the etlilcuco
Mibniltted ho was ordered lonllned to
lilt. (iiiiiteiH for three luoiilhu nud le
iliiiid to an ordinary Huiimin. 'Iho
)oiiiiriiiiii has been lu thu M-rvlto
Iwi)ii jeaiK. was Kieiilly luarilcd
and Iiiih Jinil fiiinlshed u homo. Ho
alMolutely iluiles (hit ho Ih Riilliy of
Hie ihiiiKo and feela teullily our his
You'll Sleep Well in These
Hig New Stock of Fine Madras,
Pongee, Mercerized Cotton, Flannel,
Well made and cut on up-to-date
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 14. Wu
Tint; rang, the famous Chinese
I statesman, is mating a new sensa.
tion for Washington by attending
sniritunlistic sconces. Minister Wu
I while awaiting his successor, has
'been making himself comfortable in
Washington and gratifying his taste
for- study of the occult. Wu states
j that he is pursuing the spirits purely
I from a scientific standpoint.
HARPION lotlFl WARRANT
' FOR ARREST OF CHRISTIAN
Ji Im CliilHtl.m d.iw.i
fi - n"MhU nfn-niooii ntllm lindane of
tiit iuu uuHuuu mis liui wniioiii ,)ror-.
litvitlfin tin nliilmn llmi 1 1 . -.!...(.
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him,nif n,i i,i. .i,.. . ,j.
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inn n (if "i iiirct inojier,
llcmhird DorntiurR. German col
onhl iccrelnry. Ieft'Ciihacu for tho
United States. Ho will tludy ji'Hton
RrouliiR In dm soiilli.
While tho J'ailflc licet wan here.
Rir Hal. h wan ,.i,iirc,i to wiito
ettem to Adtnlinl bebree, asking
I 11. w n.lpHH finer.itnru r..,.M.. Il.r.
t lin t tti wlt-nlnitu itirii- iliiru ,. ....... Il.n
f.iriliiUD nun tt tlirt iii.i.ihiiIii,. .. I.tt.
Iiiterfeieii witlr their husinoss. Mr.
iiaidi ay iho tuet opcratora dhro-1
Rurded all icRiilatlonn and talked
niiohB ihn whaif nnil between thu
miiim eairiiiuK lain oinei s sp.irhs,
tiiiu ii.ijiiiH 11,1 iiiu-iiiiuu 111 uiu iiiea
siiko leeelxed III tho reRiilar waj. Ho
ku,h (Ik) talked at all lioura or tho
la) nnd nlKht. and he hcllees (hat
In lew of Hiifo faitn thu "leak" may
Ii.imi occiiired on nnu of tho crulncra.
Coniiu.indnnt Idea no dojilil iniido
Ills llnilliiKs In nccord.incu with tlic
uvldeluo Hubinltlcil, but theio In a
i-tront; reelliiR iiinow; 11 great iiiiiny
people. Including wlrelesa npeintorn
nnil uay men Unit the Coiuuinudaiit
has not lecclwd an of Iho oldcii(o lu
thu case which might put a ilirteient
llRht 011 the matter.
ONOMJI.U la not tho
Dill) town cnjn)lng
lliu hiistlo and inn ci
ty of u Y, M. C. A. building
.anipulgn. Ttio work for
inoniio in in full swing nt
Pueblo, Col., with a num
ber ot the officers of thu
Htato unit all tlio lili ciih
laliiH of IniliiHtry In har
ness. In looking over the lit
eratuio l tho cinipalgns
In piogresa elsewhere It In
observed th.it Honolulu Ik
ot n iiilnulo behind ItK
I'IhIit communities on tho
iii.ilnljnil. Tho chic spirit
him been nroiibod uvery
whoio mid thu war ciy of
"Ono lor nil " nd nil for
one" Iiiim solidified factious
and elements cvoij where.
Mr. Walter Dillingham
Ik iuki of tho clt j leading
lining men who Ik well
ploii-od with tlio campaign
now on here. Ho sajs that
for sears Honolulu has
been wanting Mime mow-
ment or scheme out of which harmony
of action could como and that It seem
to lo realized In the V. M. C. A. linlld
I ins campaign. Tho slogan "Honolulu
United" iiicatiK much more than (he
success of tho present utnleitaktii!!
There are many other thliui to lu
done for Honolulu within tho nnxt tew
jt,arB n,i t,8 Hplrlt of conciiti-l no
t(m will mean the nccompllit'inieut -ir
nhout uu)IIiIiik that la net tti an
PARIS, Oct. 14. The people of
France and Italy are roused to the
greatest indignation by the execu
tion of Francisco Ferrer, the Span
ish educator, by the Spanish author
ities of Barcelona. The so-called
giaughter of this man is the talk of
, " . and -u .1.1,.,. 1.
cvCry CWS5, BnO mOD MZP.V IS
Owing to the bitter feeling that
prevails strong guards have been
placed about the Spanish embassies
of France and Italy and also about
tic Vatican at Home,
WASHINGTON, Oct. 14., The
Navy Department today gave out the
winners in the naval target nracticc
for the season of 1909.
The cruisers Washington, Charles
ton and Wilmington take the coveted
prizes for the highest nroficiencv in
marksmanship, and Tingey of the
Pacific fleet leads the fleet for the
greatest number of hits, his record
being forty-two. .
A Home for the
On the Mortgage
.A friend says to you: I'll 'give
you that lot over there if you will
pay the 3 per rent interest on the
mortgage, and deed it to vour 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
The third day of tho canii alrci t
mw ended and tho workers nro earn-
st active, and sanguine iik ever The
central Idol In of rnnrM) In get the
niniiev In I lie amount of tho nwrV .ilI
Dclilud that In the deteniilmt'ni. n
untie tno list m coiiirimuorx up io iu
even inon. Tho canvnerH nre now
takltn; loiiKor llntK of namea each du.
and the nluo of tlio nHtem which Imk
Kcv. Mother Judith. In tho
would, il,'u.li.!raslcr, died laxt
night at '16: 20 -ut tho Convent
of thu Sucicd Heart In thla
Hoy. Mother Judith was
horn In Du I'uy do Dome,
Trance, on Aug. 14, 183 1, and
c.'inio to thla city on May 4th,
1 8.1!). She was bno of tho
ploncom of tho community
and biuieided tho l'lrst Su-
pcrlor houiu 35 )ears ago as
head of tno Convent.
A fow months ago. on ac-
count of otd iiro and III health,
sho lenlgni'd, and her death
iiimo not unexpected. .
Sim was universally Known
for her sweet character ami
him hicii .the be.irt and soul In
tho pi ogress and development
of the Catholic education in
The Interment tukes place
thla afternoon at I o'rloik
from tho Catholic, Cathedral
Io Iho church cemetery on
King street, Tomonow morn-
lng at !l o'clock a solemn He-
' (ilieni muss will be celebrated
1 for Hie repose of her soul. All
' friends nro respectfully re-
' quested to attend,
P. II. V.
Chief ot Detectives l.cal mailo a
clever uipturo of nil alleged burglar
this afternoon, Tho man, a Korean,
Is aicuHcd of hi caking into tho homo
of Mis. A. I.- Iloardmnii on tlio cor
ner of I'unaliou and Young streets,
and stealing therefrom u silver
watch, Masonic charm, n pair of
spcctaclis, n ring mid 118 in casli,
Thu Chief wus notified of tho rob
bery this morning nnd at ouco sent
his men out an the trull of tho Ko-
French, German and
been In preparation for tho past eigh
teen months Is seen In tho smooth
ness of operation no tlmo being wait
ed for distance, In looking up Rcntlo
men who' are out of town. Thcru Is a
Hat of tlicnc at hcadquartcra.
An Interest In tlio campaign Is now
hcliiK manlfvstid by the ladles. A
number lime oluntcercd Io assist
nnil neioral will make handsumo con-lilliullonn.
NEW YORK, Oct. 14. Edwin Bar
rill, who was Dr. Cook's companion
on his famous supposed ascent of 1ft.
JMcKinley, made in affidavit today
mat vv liooK never reaenea me top
of Mount MvKinley, but faked the
data and the photographs.
This latest indication that the
man claiming to be the first to reach
the North Pole is a monumental fak
ir has produced a profound sensation.
Dr. Cook claims to have been the
only man to reach the summit "of
Mount McKinley. and his book tell
ing of his ascent has had a large
sale, 1 He describes the trip in intri
cate detail, and it makes very thrill
ing reading. This has been accepted
by the leading geographical societies
of the world.
Statements have, been made from
time to time that Cook did not reach
the Mount McKinley summit, -but
they have never come in the direct
form that Barrill's affidavit now puts
. MILLER CONFIRMS IT.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Miller, the pho
tographer who fake dthe photographs
for Dr. Cook's alleged ascent ,of
Mount McKinley, confirms the state
ment made by Edwin Barrill in New
York today. Miller admits that the
story was faked by Dr. Cook and that
he assisted in fixing up the photo
graphs to illustrate Cook's itorv.
These photos were admitted as proofs
of the ascent having been made.
rean.-wlio Is an old offender. Tlio
alleged burglar, whoso namo is
Chun Duck Boon, was arrested by
Officer Kellott and lodged In tho po
lice station; all tho stolen goods
wero rccovored and the alleged thler
will appear In court, tomorrow
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone IS.
GERMAN COFFEE CAKE
The Real Thin?.
Hotel near Union.
PITTSBURG. Oct. 14. Baseball
fans of this city witnessed today the
most exciting came of the series for
the world s championship, when tnc
teams were again tied by Detroit!
Fitlsbure did its utmost to break:
the hold of the Detroit 1 by chang-
ing its pitchers, but was unable to
overcome the lead. The Detroit bat
tery, however, went throueh with
out change and received splendid
nnnort. Pittibunr had Willis. Com-
nitt and Phillippi in the box, with
Gibson catcher. The Detroit batterv
u 11: j ci. :j m. t
was Mulim and Schmidt. The teams
01 c ouw wu tur uic viiouiMi""'"!' -
Today's score was
ON OTHER FTLDS.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct 14. The
result of the baseball games at Chi
cago and Hr'7 York today was Chi
cago Nationals 2, Chicago Ameri
can It new York nationals 4, Bos
ton Americans 0.
NEW YORK, Oct. 14. General
Alfred Bates died here today of ap
flnniM-nl llnt w. Imrn In Mnn.
1 or. Michigan, July in, 1840. Ho
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crniluatcd nt Went Point Military
ArndrillV nnil RnrVPil In ihn Hnriitill
II. S. Cavalry from 18CT, to 187.'. As
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pa) master ho first served Iho )c.irs
In TntM lln veill-u II, IVibnln. f.uir
)ears In Washington, four )cars in
Now York and four years In San
Krunclsio. He was made paymaster
general May, 1890, and with rniiK
ot brigadier general July 12, 1$9!.
Ho retired with rank ot major gen
eral Jan. 14, 1904.
TO JOIN THE FLEET.
Wllhln tho past week a dozen blue
JacketB have been rounded up In and
about Honolulu. They belong to Ihu
eight United Slates cruisers which ru
cently paid this port un extended visit.
Tho stragglers will bo Inken to Iho
Philippines by Iho United Stalls
army trunsxrt Thomas, sailing thla
evening for Manila by tho way of
Ouam. Thoy will rejoin their ships In
Tlio men have been placed about d
tlio army boat by tho local naval an-
.thnrltlcs. It is believed that koveral
moro stragglers will bo gathered in.
Tnr Kaio" njrdu tt BulUtln.
.We wont every baseball plajer to be equipped with
8' pair of these fast baseball shoes. Made of the best Tan
Willow calf leather strong as rawhide, but as plinblo
on the foot as a kid glove. The difference between poor
and good shoes on the players may win or lose a g'amc.
The price is $6.00 a little more than the ordinary
kind. They are worth the difference.
(Open Saturday evenings,)
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
10S1 Fort St.
Loan Of Deputy
BIG ISLAND WITHOUT
PROSECUTING OFFICER H
Supervisor Shipinnn Is Told
the Tcrntoiy Cannot Assist thejB
County Out 01 Its Legal wuui
Attorney (Soili r.il llemciiway Inn iki-
""-'y l.,,lt 'lr,ml '"'""-'l m Brant tin J
,u""u:1 '"l!1". .' ..,.B ' ?.,!"l ,,r "Ml
w:'ll iiiiuiigii iiH'rviMir riiiipiiiin nasi
niolK ,,,,,, ll0 ,.,, lIcl,llly rrom,'
nils nlUee In ntt for tl'e (.'oiiuly during
the term of the Circuit Court of tho,
'mini CikuII which opens ( Hallux'
Supervisor Shlpuuu. who Is now In
llfiniiliilii ,.f..liil n lrfl.rtu ini.;ntTtt
Horn S11iH.rvtt.nr Lewis ubMim thai h'o'j
iiuicst Atlorne) General Hemenwnyj
1 rend a iliput) for Iho K 1II11 1 lei in F
uini ho called upon ll 1111 nwa) ut Unit
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IfHlUIUI IIIIB HUM UIU,., 1 IIU ll-BIUl .....
that Hupervlsor SblpiiiJr) .is liifoimeit
tint the den irtim nt uiubl not spare 11
muii to akslsi ll.iwnll and that In vlewff
of the fact that thu last Legislature In
sisted that all erlinln il work should
bo left inllieb In the hands of tho
counties he did not seo bow tho Ter
ritory could bo eouulsluntly cxjiected
to assist the count) of Haw all, thu
personnel of the department having
been reduced on thu lusts mentioned.
I law id's trouble arit.es tbioiightho
serious Illness of County Atlornev Wil
liams, wliu tallying sick ut llouokhii
end who wl'l be Inenp icltaled from
work fin Milne time Tho salary ot
Urn Deniilv Count) Attorney, Carl
Smith, has ceased through tho with'
drawal'liy tho Hoard of Supervisors ots
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. I'11" I" o.mu. i.l.l.u.m.i.vm..,-
- n 1 ..,.,, .i. lu twill. 111 llir, nimiillfir
lllOHmon (lf H,nir uUhnut n i.ricutj
tlR oniwr. Carl Smith nat.ir.illy ilu?
rllnlin' 4ii stnrin (ho nriunli' uIipii Ihn
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Supervltorn r.utle.ily ousled lilin?
from his i Ic i by wiiiiiIiawiiiv lis
IllllllOVal tl) 1,1, .IllpOlUltllellt. '1 hem
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WASimiOTON Oct. 14 Presi
dent Taft has nccepted the resigna
tion of Charles R. Crane, whose ser
vice as Ambassador to China has
been very brief, but extremely spec-
GRAND CANYON, Oct. 14. Pres
laem xnit nrnvca ncrc nt u ociock,
this morning. He spent the day!
viewing the mngnificent scenery and
left shortly after 8 for Albuauerque.1
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