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VOL. XI. NO. 4472,
20 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER" 20, 1909.-30 PAGES.
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Shriners On Parade
With Record Crowd
VIEWS THEIR ANTICS
Splendid Drilling of Patrol
And Business Men j
Willi thirty-eight candidates to
lead Ki tlio Kiuilflcu mill mysteries
of tliu temple, tlio Nobles (if the. Mys
tlc Shrine took. iisjchIoii uf the main
streets lif tlio tlty ut 2 o'clock this
tirteinotin. In full punnpoly anil
Hushing sclmltara tlio Shrluers began
their parade fuim the llerclanln no
litio entrance to the Knights of Py
thias hull? Ili line uf ninrch being
on I'uit streit In llng to the Cnnl
Idl, thciiro'tii King In Alukea to llo
Hlanhi mill Illicit to tlio Htartlng
Tim Hhrlnois marched with the
Aral) I 'a trul himl un I tliu Arab
patrol .wus In )lne, full strength un
der thccotilinnlnror Sam Johnson
who put tho Nobes through, tholr
fancy ilrllllng stunts for the edifica
tion or the multitude that throngctt
the sidewalks along the line of
march. Shrlnera are not known for
ti lack of originality anil today's
p.iiiule rellecteil ciedlt on those whoso
llngerB have been working merrily
In picturing for tho proper sthool
lug to the tlilrty-elght aspiring and
The high olllters of the order or
the Fez were nil In line, I'otcutate
Clintlcs'G.- Ilockus being followed
by tho chief rabban, Hubert V. llrcc
l.oiiB, accompanied by James S. Mc
CnndlcsH, asslBtunt rabban. Next
en mo the high pi lest and t,ho pro
phnl, Arthur 0. llodglns anil follow
ing was Charles U,' llrutlett, orien
tal guide. .Next came Prank K. lllch
nrdunl, marshal and George II. An-(-.us,
director. The alchemist, -II. J.
Indell and K. Munro, part chem
ist, were next fallowing In tho lino
of innri.h wns Christian Storm, stun
ilant bearer and In his train was
tlio camel, assistant director. Fol
lowing came tho nobles by twos, tho
(tremnnlnl masters, the dragon and
the Arab Patrol undejcnmmand or
Samuel Johnson and finally the po
licemen, 'novices moro policemen
mid tho fire dcpartmi nt.
The feature of tho parade was tho
drill of the Arab patiol in Union
Square. Sam Jolinton, who com
manded the Arab patrol that went
fioni Hawaii fo the I.os Angeles con
cne, biought the men up to a
high standard or efficiency nnd tho
drill in Union Square was the, most
interesting featttro of tho day.
Tho services woro led off by tho
Dam family, conslbllng of . I.. M.
Wliltehouse, contractor of tlio Nuu
nnu Dam, ns Dam, S. S. Paxton as
Mis. Dam, and S. C. Itosocrans ns
Yes, It Is a
Featured by u this year, for the first
And who could wish for a nicer
Holiday gift than a case of Hawaiian
Pineapple THE BEST IN THE
WORLD such as we send for
AH charges paid to ANY WELLS
FARdO EXPRESS OFFICE IN THE
Island' Fruit Co.,'
CHARGES ARE COMPLETE FIZZLE
mjKHtBk?fi , , .,LLsssssssssHl
Uahy Dam. Cecil Arrdum hail In
play the humble part of the Dam
A. It. 1 lobar t, connected with the
dredging operations in the harbor,
dragged a small dredger through
tile streets, his tnslt being to give
an Illustration .of making a canal
alnng'tho line of inarch. Hay Jones
nppeaied ns Moanalun, bearing ft
placard upon his back labeled "Tee
!Ilo," Charles II, Pinzlor of adver
tising fame, appeared lis an animat
ed or human billboard, to uhUU no
aesthetic member of a clIc nrt or
ganization could find objection. V.
A. lUtcholor was a good old-fash-loneil
torn doctor, bearing tho legend
"I blow, they go so do I."
Harry limns tiled to look natuiai
in a tallor-inailo convict's suit, N.
T, Deuito marched In the guise of n
butcher, flew go Preelnnd, ho giant
hotel man from Unhalnn, made, n
goad Happy Hooligan, nnd Hugh
Howell was rigged as a Chinese
ninndnrln, V. It. Coombs held tho
umbrella over the august cranium ot
Potentate Ilockus. Lieutenant I). V.
Qulnlali and Merle Johnson tried to
ride fractious anil coltish hobby
horses. J, M. Mackulnon looked nat
uiai in Kills. John Mnrcalllno was
utthed u 8 a Chlncso mandarin. He
looked natural, but could not Keep
his queuo on btrnlght. ' -
Tlio now features of the Shrlnor
(Continued on Page 4) v
. Just now thero Is an epidemic of
Nothing Better In the City
Real Estate Department
923 Fort Street
CHERRY, 111., Nov. 20. Seventy
one men were rescued alive from the
great .mine disaster.
The fire has been gotten' under
control in the last fun" dav anil
early this morning the first attempts
were maae to ener the mine. There
was great rejoicing when the news
vent around that some of the miners
had been found alive.
Sixty-sevcn of those brought out
arc in a critical condition from their'
And Excuse It
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20, Infor
mation received here today confirms
the report of the execution of two
Americans by the soldiers of Presi
dent Zelaya of Nicaragua. It ii
claimed that the men were given a
trial by court martial and that they
confessed to placing dynamite mines
in order to destroy the transports of
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 20. The
Navy won its game with Davidson
today by a score of 45 to 6.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. '20. The
great coliseum on Baker street
burned todav. The lo will amount
to one hundred thousand dollars.
II, 13. Kolsoy manager of tho plan
tation stoio nt Kuktilnu has arrived
at Honolulu on u business trip.
uoneo siiipments aie, being rushed
fiom (ho llackfeld mill at Kallua, and,
tntormedjato fetesmtrs aro required 'td
Wry this year's crdf l)iyi)liii'"wfia
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Won for Yale
(Special Bulletin Cable.) .
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nor. 0. In a game with tk ball much in
the air and characterized bv kicking play ratfcar thai the heavy
matting rath. Yale defeated Harvard tatty tnr A Mfl of I to 0.
Captain Coy of Yale, who plays loft katf bo, M tko fcright par
ticular star of the game, coalag oit- of tho gaoM.wHk tko moid of
dropping two field reals from the thfrtv-re yari tiM. '
Harvard on one occasion blocked a klek oil' wUk safety behind
its own goal line.
Only once during the whole game wu Yale witkiR touchdown
distance of the Harvard goal line. It was a clear ease of Captain Coy's
right foot winning the game for Yale. The taen in blue could sake
no twiotis headway in rashes against the Harvard line, which wu held
The ,jame ended with the ball in Harvard's poueMioa on Harvard's
fifteen yard line.
The contest wu the most spectacular that bis ever been known in
recent years between the two great teams, ana the crowd ot fortv
thousand enthusiasts went wild with excitement after the tense mo
ments when the results of the splendid kick by Coy were in doubt.
CHEAPER STOCKS" NO CHARGE
ARE LEADING VAN;
McBryde and Olaa With
. Mcllrydu and Olaa nearly monoHil
Izi'd the slock market this forenoon
wild n large number of shnres chang
ing hands ut 6.12ij for each of them.
Mcllryde dropped ofT a little although
not as much as one might vxiiect af
ter such a sharp advance and vig
orous selling, Olau catno up to a
parity with Mcllryde under the sympa
thetic movement In the cheaper
Waialua look a Jump that under or.
dluiiry conditions would havo been no
ted as sensational. Quito a block or
stock was sold In the exchange this
forenoon at 122. the figure that ure
valleil previous to tho payment of tlio
regular and extra dividend on the fif
teenth. This recovery shows that
Waialua Is one of the strongest stocks
on tho market and might well be ex
pected to go to 125 under tho present
dividend basis. Pioneer sold at 186.
Onhu at 32,75 ami Kwa at 31.60.
To uso tho words Points, the mar
ket Is Btrong and advancing and there
Is no good reason why It should be
TORONTO. Nov. 20. The Amer
ican Federation of Labor in session
here todav elected Samuel Oompers
to succeed himself as PreiiiUnt nt
the organization. The retention
given Gompers was more than ordi
narily enthuiiaitin nn irmniif f !,
deep sympathy felt for him in con-
necuon wun nis sentence with other
labor leaders to imprisonment.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 19. Su
gar 96 degrees test, 4.36 cents.
3 1-2x3 1-2
30c and 60c
All Films List Price
A Mi am av a m t . " ilf '
A I S I ANUAKO
Sheriff Jarrett Says
The charges of graft preferred
against Joseph U-al, Chief of Detec
tives are founded solely uiion rumor
according to a statement made by
Sheriff Jarrett beforo tho police com
mittee of tho city and county super
lsors which met in special session
at noon today.
Supervisor Cox, chairman of I lie ki
lice committee and members Alila an
Qiilnn gathered to hear the chargee
preferred against the . police officer,
Leal has been tho target for many
broadside of Insinuations coming
from the camp of his wouldbe dc
The Chief of Detectives had hardly
left the Hawaiian Islands behind be
fore charges or graft were launched
against him. Tho officer was on his
way to the mainland to take treat
ment when serious allegations appear
ed In the columns of a morning news
teal relumed Immediately upon his
learning ot what was being said
against his record as a police officer.
Ho demanded an early and search
ing Investigation and by an arrange
ment with the nollco committee or
county supervisors, It was planned to
make a thorough Investigation or the
charges at today's meeting.
Tho members met at ten o'clock
and awaited for tho arrival of Bhcrlff
Jarrett until nearly noon when he was
sent for and upon arrival asked that
he ho given another week to gather
ovldenco against tho accused detec
tive. Sheriff also stated that at present
tlmo ho was confronted with noth
ing more tangible than mere newspa
per rumors and ho could not Incor
porate such flimsy testimony In serl.
oub charges against an officer.
Many of tho trees isliliined to llllo
from Honolulu for Arbor Dav nliml.
Ing arrived In rather a wilted condl-
Hon and badly In need of water.
Mnnl In flnVAlmilnr? In hit- nffnpla na
a fruit producer, getting 2,000" young
fruit trees and 5,000 vino cuttings
from San Jose,
Kallua has started a Fat Men's glee
club with tlio following members:
Henry nortelman, 273 lbs,; Sam Knu
bane, 247, lbs.; I'lilllp Keplllnn, 230
lbs. Nobody under 225 lbs. will bo
considered for membership.
About two-thirds of tho railroad
brldgo across tho Walluku river has
en completed, and It looks onlr a
tin to tho tlnlRh Whnrn Ilia lrnk lav.
8T. PAUL. Minn., Nov. 20. Thei
Circuit Court of the United States
banded down a unanimous decision
uaay aectarwg the Standard Oil to ' trust law. The decision of' the
be an illegal combination and a mo- court being unanimous makes it the
nopoly in restraint of trade. The hardest blow that hat ever been nil
order of the court is that the corpo- ministered to the Standard Oil corn
ration be dissolved. ibination.
OPIUM RING IS 'PEACOCK PROPERTY
OFFICERS BELIEF! SOLD FOR $62,800
Breckons Prepares To
Act On His i
Convinced that there Is an organiz
ed band of opium smugglers trying to
bring the Illicit drug Into the Hawaii-
all Islands, the United Btafea officials
are prepsrlng'to make a iletofriilniM!
effort to locate those rcuponslhle for
t The recovery of three tins or opium
yesterday frtini n Hawaiian coming
asharo fro-n the Asia nnd who nfter
wards madu good his escapo, taken
In connection with other circumstan
ces, has led In the conclusion uixin the
part or United States Attorney llrcc
kons Hint there Is n well laid scheme
to land the drug In the Islands nnd
that stevedores aro simply to be ured
ns tools by the directing hand In the
attempted smuggling operations.
"Our theory Is that nn effort Is be
ing made to smuggle opium Into the
Territory," said Ilreckons this' morn
ing "and with tho theory goes the
presumption that tho actunl work Is
not alone In tho lunula of stevedores.
We. To Just now directing our oner
glen toward fln'dlng out whnt wo can
about In connection with this theory "
- Tho United States Marshal office is
endeavoring to locatoi tho Hawaiian
who escaped from the custom Inspec
tor yesterday after being senrched and
forced to disgorge threo tins nf opium.
It Is belle veil that his apprehension
will lead to the arrest of others.
Cassbook S912 has been lost.
Finder please return to Illshop & cb.
"Ttona Is again experiencing dry wea
ther and the stock Is fecllna tlm ef.
focts or It. Knu has been lucky In
getting somo showers.
Labor scarco in Hllo, carpenters of
any nationality being nnrllciilarlv
hard to secure.
Jas. Johnson has been nimnlnli.,1
liostmnster at Ookata, to succeed tho
lato W. J. Walkor.
If not you had better hur
ry before your sise is gone.
This is our new tan 0RBY
Oxford selling for $4.00, and
they have the nap and style
in them that makes them a
favorite with young men,
This is the case that has been the
hardest fouc-ht of all thus l.rmmht
by the Government under the anti. '
Portion of Estate
B.'d On At J
Tim nriiiM-rtr nf tho l.itn W if.
t,...lr . I.1..I. .. ....I. .f vs!
I i-ntin, miit-H nun ( jii nuijijuil Ill-U
liiMin today reallted If.l'.SOO. Among
Hie bidders weio Ccll lrou, K. Tr'rt-
111..' tta.lr ilt ll.A L1.-U, V.ll.innl It.... I.
K. Kilxon Ulslioii of (!. llreMi-r jl INi -"
?i tv 'ft.-ivui!iic.(i.ii)watI. vt, ti,,ja
W. C, 1'eacorU Co. fit
When tho iiiictlnu commenced, Uk'
first bidder for piece of property on'
Illshop street, between King and Mot
chant streets, containing an uren cf
0.715, wns IX Faxon lllMiop. Ho htart-
ed the bid nt HO.OOi), wlilhi Peck re-d
resenting tho First National Ilnnlci
raised tho price to 121,000. The conTj
test commenceil in enrnest mid wni1
flnnlly sold to the Hank for 122.100.
The next property, situate on tho'
east corner or Niiunnu nnd Merchant
streets, containing an area ot -l,728
square reet, was mid to Hrst Ameri
can Savings Hank for $17,M0. , M
Tlic third plu ii of land, sltunto-mn-
leal of Queen street, Judiciary HulliKH
111- nlf ..I. .It. iv .. n...n ..C I ,M 2
i, h, v.m.iuiiiiiis Birii iii it,.if Hiiunrnc
r-ft. was sold to the First American
Sn.lngs Ilauk rori$2300.
Tim lam bid, offering for sale nil the
light, title mid IniemsL of the Into WYil
C. IVarock to I7"i shares of tho rnmAji
till stuck of W C Peacock & Co. wai'a
SOtll til Hill Older of 11 .1. Ilnolilav rV.i'fi
Acrorilliig to C. S. Desky. who wail
among tho svectntnrs, ilie amount real;!
Ized Is sufficient to cover tho 'rnort'.-f
gago on the property of the lato.W. O.'
Tho nubtninrn nl lvnlinlo""irr7i..-i,.r"
, "- " ",Jiini, ;vj
been thorniighly renovated and put bi-V A
to i:iKlil shnnn tirlnr It. IiaIhi lan'':l"
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nvo years uy ino Kodernl gotemmerit; -j
Mr. Arthur J Hilllm-i,. u .,. ;iX'-
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pnsimiisier at Kniiala. n
Frank Woods, from llnwnli I. 'KVfilJ
to attend the Slirlmi feililiii v.n i,n'
Ing arrived this morning In tho steam
er .Manna Ken.
Shoe Co., Ltd,
fHlllll il II I V
wmummmiu ... King St.
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Ing begins In Puuoo.
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