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For San Francisco
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VOL. XI. NO. 4441.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Hi clnl to t ho II it I lot In)
llllii, Oct. in. Depot) Comity Attorney Curl Hnilth lit mi Inter
lcw glen out hole, htnlci tli.iT llio reason for thu KiipenlHtirH' re
fusnl to otu IiIh Hillary Ih Hint they want to gut rlil of lilm uud t-e-rnro
nn nttornuy who will lies more fauirnbto to llii'iu In his Interpre
tations of law.
Smith na)p Hint tho Hawaii County Ila-inl of SupeivlnorH lmo
been com li in;; to get rlil of lilm foi six nitmtliH. llio ciiihi of this
Ih tli.it IiIm opIntoiiH rendered to llio llomt linvo picvcnlcd Supcnls
oia from entering Into con lnu In with llio County.
lto H.iyu lio proenlid llio lluncllt to.iil contrnrl with Senator
Iliown, who Ih n ftlhcrlnhiw of Stiponlsnr I.jinin, btcniino tlio
County had only JStioo whllo thu contract w.ih for $:s,ooo, mnl liu In
In formed Hint the. rontinrt wll go thiougli uh coon an ho h ih been
ousted, ni'il a iniiio complacent nttoiney pppolutcd.
Hinllti nlro clnrgon th.it thu SujicnlMiia wIhIi lo iroloct tlio Knit
oIIIcuh, against whom Ui.ugos lmo hcen Wed iiudilli.it they li.it u
ilone what they touhl to piotciil .1 thnioiigh lnvoHil;.illon. ,
P. M. S. S. Company
Object Of Their
Jupanopo of llio Tenltoiy of Ha
waii, Including lliono of thu iiit'iclmiit
Iihs nn well uh uitlu.m mid lihuitr.
now moot a bojeott ngiliisl thu l'.itlfic
.Mall Hteaimhlp Coiuiiauy,
It In charged that gioim illxeourtesy
wan hliown .Inpnnono I'llncu 01. ml, u
pannuigor on tlio liner Moui;oll.t, by
the oflleeiH of that cnnul.
Dm lug tin; stu) of llio Mongolia nt
Honolulu, thu Hint pni t of tlio week
it Is nlk'Ki'il that I'linu) Omul's oxtail
tto hnggngo unit personal olfctl.i weio
iiiIIiIchhI) transferred fiom the cabin
which lit) hint occupied during thu oy
.ligo down from Snu rrniicUro, to n
itnteioom located In imotlur purt of
llio ship. Tli In mntcmcut of tlio be
InnglngH of Jnpincnu no ally Ih do
ll lied to hno been wcoiufillsliod 111
it manner oilicuicly pinwikln,; to dig
illy on well an ptodticlng ninth pur
touiil dlt-cnmfltuio to I'rlncu Otnnl,
Ills Highness, the Jup.incso I'rlnco
rcprnted tlio mutter to bis consul nl
tills port. Ilo coiuplnlned of wbut ho
li riued discourteous treatment udmlii
ittcicd by (ho ofllLcrH In chnigo or thu
Mongolia. When be left tlio Mongolia
ill order to nttend tlio pmgiam of fos
(Continucd on Page 4)
Big New Stock of Fine Madras,
Pongee Mercerized Cotton, Flannel,
" Well made and cut on up-to-date
The Kasli Co., Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
FLORENCE, Italy, Oct. 15. The
intensely bitter feeling prevailing in
this city over the execution of Fran
cisco Ferrer expressed itself today in
the assembly of a mob that marched
to the pahce of the Archbishop of
The police and military authori
ties have kept a ino3t careful guard
for the last few days, and before the
mob reached the palace had gathered
a fair-sized force of cavalry to re
sist the mob.
..Wildly excited crowds surrounded
the palace and men hurled sticks and
stcnes at the defenders. During the
affray fourteen soldiers were wound
ed and a number of horses killed.
Mob violence still threatens and a
very strict guard is kept.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 15. Su
gar Beets, 88 analysis, Us 1 l-2d.
Parity, 4.35 cents. Previous quo
tation, Us 3 3-4d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 14. Su
gar 00 degree centrifugals, 4.25
WcMl in These
On Bishop s
(Special Bullc'tin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 15. Bet
ting on the fight between Jack junn
son and Stanley Ketchell is ten to
four thai Ketchell will be knocked
out. The bets are even that Ketch
ell will stay in the fight for fifteen
Promoter Coffroth holds a side bet
cf $5,000 each for Johnson and
Ketchell. The fight will take place
tomorrow afternoon, and the fans
are satisfied that it will be a real
(Cpccial Bulletin Cable.)
CHICAGO, Oct. 15. The Chicago
Nationals won today's game with the
Chicago Americans, and thus took
the championship of this city. The
score was one to nothing in favor of
the Nationals, and it was one of the
most exciting games of the series.
BARCELONA, Spain, Oct. 15.
The explosion of a bomb in front of
the palace of the Bishop of Barce
lona today gave an inkling of the
reign of terror tliat the revolution
ists and friends of the now martyred
Ferrer intend to institute by way of
revenge. The feeling over the exe
cution of Ferrer is at high tension,
1 . .
MEMPHIS,i Tenn., Oct. 15. A
storm which swept over this section
today destroyed the Iowa monument
erected on the field of the battle of
.Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, wlfo of tho mali
nger of Wulakc.t plantation. Hawaii,
wns n returning pasoenner on thu Ala
cents or $85 per ton. Previous quo
tation, 4.30 cents.
Beets 88 analvsii. Hi. 3 3.4d.
i Parity, 4.39 cents. Previous quota
tions, Us 4 l-2d.
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 cent interest on the
mortgage, and deed it to your famjjv
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
To Date -
Contributions To Date.
CltlztnH' Committee, (leo. R. Carter,
Co. A, (liorgu It. Carter... tl
Co. 11, 11. II. Trent
Co. C, J. I .Cooko
Co. I), flco. K. D.-uIoh
Co. H, K. C. Athcrton ....
Total T...t t 44.10.04
Youiik lluslnom Mcn'it Comiulltco K.
K. Hteero, chairman.
1)1 v. 1, (leo. II. AngtiH $ 470.00
1) t V. -2 A. I,. CilKtlu v 2RQ00
1)1 V. 3 C. 8. Crntio 430.00
niv. 4 P I). Iiwrey r 11200
Dlv. 0, W, T. Schmidt 1K5 00
Ulv. G, (leo. S..Wut,urliotnui. 675.00
$ 2 0.12.00
Younger Members: .
llllMlern, C. .1. lliinh 1 210.00
rttmtlerB, J. C, Andemnn ... 220.00
Klml Day $14255.00
Heron Day ,... 1332800
Third Day - 12C30.0O
Fourth Day- , . fi.S92.00
. 117,105 00
CARTER SMILE IS
MUCH IN EVIDENCE
Tho Carter nnillo was In ovblcnco to
day, oven If thn jounR ex-Gorcrnor did
luno lo ro down ninonB tho "ami oth-
crh" In the nmoiint turned In by bin
committee for tlie'Y. M. C. A. How
ever, bo didn't do any explaining Ho
hald it mlRlit bu a good thing to hIow
up a llttlo and tako a fresh hold. Tho
thing to do wan to hold on, as General
Grant remarked to Lincoln during the
VickHhurK campaign. Mr, Carter nal I
that tho xorkerH wer-3 now nteppInK ln
to tho hard part of tlio Journey, but
that It would bo nono tho leu pleas
cnt or HHtlrifactory becaueo attended
with Homo of th dlfneufly always the
part of n content woith while.
Tlio thing to do from now, Hald the
chairman of tho general committee
wan to "buck up'' to tho task man fanli
Ion. .Tlio people of Honolulu were In
tjmpathy and in tho mood for pur-
IKixca of tho campaign and It wan "up
to" tho solicitors to contlnuo to do
For this afternoon and tomorrow
morning tho campaigners will adopt
thn whirlwind inothod, getting over
tho ground with all Hpeed pnnnlblo in
doing uflcctlvo work. There la no
lark of confidence, no faltering, but It
in nlnklng in on norno of tho worker.
Hint tho Job In a bit bigger than It up-
licarcd at first blush.
WHAT THEY SAY
ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN
J, 8. McCandlcas You hot tho
Pbilnors are In nn thin.
It. II. Trent Thin Ih tlio most Inter
esting vacation I over hud.
I'anl Super Wo nood thn monuy.
We'll get (bo money, Ikndwwccan.
Geo, n. Carter Kour miles and feel
B. O. White You'ro JiiBt using nn-
other kind of Korcegrowth ; that's all.
' (Continued on Page 4)
French, German and
f P J
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Oct.
Local police and the advance
guard of the Federal detectives had
a lively chase here today of a man
armed with a revolver, who an-
nounced his intention of shooting
President Taft when the opportunity
o ered. The man was nallv can-
tured, but a Strict watch is being
kept of the crowds assembled here.
The President will arrive here at
midnight and at El Paso at 9:40 to
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
JUVISY, France, Oct. 15. Anoth
er serious accident took place here
today, proving that flying in air is
a dangerous passitme. Aviator Rich
ter, while making a practice flight,
fell to earth in consequence of a
break in bis machine.
He is in a
very serious condition.
' (Special Bulletin Cable.)
LONDON, Oct. 15. Hall Caine,
the author, is' seriously ill with
TEXAN CARGO AT
TOP NOTCH PRICE
n One of Hawaii's largest car- tJ
ft goes reached tho market In lime U
ft to get tlio 4 30 prlep or raw nilgai. It
tt A cablegram to Manager Ath U
it crtnn of tho Sugar Factors Com- tt
it pany, Hinted that tho Texun with tt
8 Kb cargo of 11,100 tonn carried tt
tt around thn Horn, reached port tt
n estcrnny In time to get In undof tt
il llln tfitinntrl, mien fir i nil tt
a Tho Island plantations have
tt fared'very well In their lato mar-
H kotcr sugar ami probably n larg-
tt er pcrcenlngo of sugar linn gono
a In this year nt tho higher raten
a than during any prevloiiH yearn, a
J, Ashlyn, cashier of tho Yokohama
Specie Hank, envea for Yokohama on
tho Tenjo Maru noxt Monday. Ills
placo will bo filled by S. Takngl, who
Is already hero,
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
OERMAN COFFEE CAKE
The Real Thin".
Hotel near Union,
Judge Dole Will
Decide for Siberia
Judge Sauford II. Dolo of the t'nlkil
Statcn District Court will Vliortly glo
out ii declnlon in the obi ease of Hie
Pacific Malt Steamship Compiny own
-r of thn Siberia, asilimt the Dieitgo
I'aclflc, owned i tho North Amiilcui
Dredging Compiny, which he an
"ounces win bo in ruwir or tho hiimiii-
bl roiniauy. He Iiiik asked n little
,ll" In uldeli to i.emro dnt'i ami lis
"10 nmouut of Hie damageK in the case
About three earn ago thn Slberli,
on lenlng t ti Ih port for the Orlint
JUAREZ, Mexico, Oct 15. Prcsi
dent Diaz arrived here today in
preparation for the meeting Presi
dent Taft tomorrow. The meet
ing of President Taft and Pres
ident i)mc .s an historical event of
widest interest, and it is anticipated
that matters of importance to the
mutual welfare of the two American
republics will be discussed.
Mr. Taft will arrive at El Paso at
9 in the morning and leave at 8
o'clock in the evening.
Prince of Wales
.DOVER, England, Oct. 15. The
Prince of Wales presided today at
the ceremonies attending the open
ing of the new naval harbor. This
magnificently equipped haven was
constructed at a cost of twenty mil
lions of dollars and is most complete
in every detail,
MENAQUA, Nicaragua, Oct. 15.
tt Tfte rebel forces are in possession of
tt vcral cities and pressing hard on
tt tn followers of President Zelaya,
a whom they hope to overthrow: Port
tt.Ramt has been closed.
Wo wont every baseball player to Ic cauipped 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 glove. The difference between poor
and good shoes on the players may win or loso a game.
The price is $6.00 a little more than the ordinary
kind. They are worth the difference.
(Open Saturday evenings.)
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
picked up In her profiler a tablu Hint
was alleged to line bten In i.erlco by
the dredge I'.idfle. whli.lt wnj working
In the li'irbiir at lb it lime Tho Hl
boila oiiitlnued lit r Journey, lull wan
lati.r (oiiiH:lleil lo go on drydock ami j
huiu repalrn maile ax the lejoilt of tho
lamiigo clone b) Ibixiildo Action vnat
brouMit, unit ban bii.ii roiigbt out In
the Dlrtilel ("mil I. JoUo Il.illou rep-
created the I'ailllc Mall Hleanmlilp
Cnmpati), whllo Attorney .Mct'leuhun.
of San lVamlhco represeiittil tho '
North Atneilran DieiUIni; Compiny,
WOO COST OF
Balance of $5000
' Left In The
There will be approximately
Olio lift from tho appropriation of
$20,000 that was made by the last.
Ieglnlatiir for the otpeiihcn of tho
tSO'.i Congressional trip to Hawaii.
The lliinl Itguren hno not jet In en
prepnred by Seneiary Mott-Biulth'H
department, but thn intimate that
him been drawn up inaktH it prac
tically lertulu that there will bo
15,000 lert in thn fund
Those In charge uf tho nrrange
iiiciKh of tho CongiesHlnuiil llt con
sider tbuiineixca fnitiinulc In ha1ng
n bnlnnieof ?'V(H), fur It wan reared
fur Mime time Hint theio would only
bo nboiit $2,000 left from tho mono
It wiih Hie Intention of tho I.elB- , '
Inline when It ma.le tlio upproprKi-
Hon that t'-i-i would bo n bilanco
naed, ut.d Hi it It would bu utc I for'flH
tho expetincH I'll blent In Hm roren-'
Hon of "dlHtlngiilnbrd lslloin" ilur-1
lug the ciiKiitug two ea a.
HIGH SHEHIFF RCrunNO. '
High Sheriff Unity tetiiriied on thn
Alameda tills nftcrrioou, uflor an ok
tended vlidt to bis old homo In .Maine.
Mr. Ilniry nlso took In tlio Alaska-
Yukon-r.ielfli: exposlllon uud toured
the I'lirliln Coast whllo nway. Deputy
High Sheiiff Chinlei Dojlo bin lueli
tho acting High SlnrllT wlillu the ihlcf
wiih on Hm mainland.
Tho Tiijn Klnen KalMia lljier Nippon j
Maru, from Ilongkoug uud .lapaii ports, '
was sighted off llarlur'n l'olnt shortly K.,
iiftm '! t.Vli,. i 11,1 t.ri.,r....... n-i... .
-"- - ...w ....V. .,,, HI,
U'nsel In biiuglng hoiiio Orleiilal'ear-
go for HiIh port 'llio Nippon Maru In '
scheduled to sill for San I'ranclsco lo--lunriow.
Mm. Jack Scull) nud blld icturiieil
from tlio Coabt on thu Alameda this