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10 PAGES: HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1009. 10 PAGES.
VOL. XI. NO. 4470.
PRICE 5 CENTS. ,
MURDER IS DONE AT PARKER
TELEPHONE COMPANIES MAV
SMUGGLER ESCAPED P fl IW D ll V Rii Ain Mmicmc
U U II U U I lUUIIVllll llVVT JlVJ
(Special II n I lot I n Wlrilct-K" It
Wnlinea, llnwnll, Nov .'!. !1
it News lonclis-d hero today ol Iho IS
tl niiinlcr of a cnnlioy iiani'-l Poi tJ
Liners From Orient
Bring Opium For
Testimony that was liven this ninin
Ing III c.inimlti.ienl pioceoi.itigti liulorc
rolled Stntos Commissioner Davis
..I....I ..,,cl.1,..'nlil.. Ill-Ill fill till- IllOtllD Is I tl IlllirilCr Of A COW 1()V 11.1111-! 10 I SI 1i, ,rl,. ,.,,. ,., Imnr.M-linllll,
tliat have Iioimi ii.ni.iie! by Hiohu who by one or hi. fellow work.n.'ii mi . BovcmtiiJiit completes its ln-
i i i...i u.i.i uini luiilv 1! tin- I'.iikl Hatch nt Mimt. It Is 1. 1 . . " . .. . . ...
OCEANIC BOAT HAS
Take Pearl Harhnri onfll,8TS
Games Played Too Much For Wisest Umpire
Turkey and Fixings Dispatched in
au, boon council will. v. I..,, do uly the IM.kt;- Hand, at Mam. It Is j K...mca ,, ' , "a bo s.
luiuu to li-un boon all i.igiulzod ill- It ho eve. that hero lib In n deep- ,""'"" niiiiiitiunins "
imp? to smugg .1 ... I if. o Tor-' .1 seated Je.,1.., r, for inunv iiiciill j ' ' f ' ' l ' 8,'" "
1 Z m""'" " . tt between ,. ,i tho man who M look possession of u liortl.ui of tho bay
" .. . i . . . I.IH...I I.I... n.t.1 IU.H...UII.II iiislni'ilnl liwirllllll mill
('ninmltmcnt tiroceettlngs were be
gun boforu ConimlM loner Davis thU
morning In the case of Ah Took anil
the testimony of one ivitii"'. i 11 lUvvti
ll.ui named KIkl war ennimli U show
that when tl.o Hawaiian Kek'ihuin
was caught smiiKi?!liii! opium from the
liner Aula ho v.ib only one of ninny
thai weio plylnu I'-ie same tia.lo tin ler
tin. pay of loci Chlnc-'P
The tehtlmony of KIkl Indicate 1 that
he hail Iieen npiiroie lied 0.1 the wharf
hy Ah I'ook and ofTi-rod twenty tlnl
lius tn hoard the China a. Ihu iil
eame Into th" h.irhor and lull a nihil
her of Iho Chinese crew that hu was
ufler the on'nin. The Hawaiian told
of hoarding the China and of approach
litis a iiiemhcr of the ituw He waa
led to 1111 olxcnro and HUlo fieiiieiiteil
1 01 lion of the ship vml tho opium
handed to lit tit. He concealed It In hi.
elothus ami iii.ido a cnccusaftil anil un
detected exit fiom the China Iiy way
of the cnrBo iort.
In appaicnt anticipation of the old
lino that will piohahly play a part In
Hie ilerenro of tl.o EnniKS ers that It
was lejlly estahllched that the tins
contained opium. United States Attor
ney llieakons mailo Kll.l lay emphasis
on (ho fact that when ho found Ah
llink on tho whaif after rdnriiliiK wllh
the opium the difendant protested that
the opium was not of tho host futility
mid was of an Infeilor sr.ule The
hearliiK was not concluded durlni; the
niornliiK and was loMiincd at 3 o'clock
The ImestlRallnii fir the BmuBKllnir
opeiallons that tho United States or
llilals h.ie uiteoveiel Is now larsolj
in the hnids of Colleitfir Stuckahle and
It Is confidently hellewil hy thiiho who
1i:im hecn coni'cctcil with the lncstp
Katlnii Ef. far that sensalloinl deeli)'
liirntti ate likely In follow closely on
thfi heel., of Stuckahle s elToils.
t: killed him
!t l'e.i who had been In tho em- :t
Si plo of the I'arkei Itnnch on Ha- tt
tt wall for many unrs. was a man U
:t of ml Idle nite. Ho was widely Si
f. l.itow-ii hj Hie men on tho hlR Is- tt
tt l.iud. it Is mild he left 1, large
tt rnmlly. tt
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GALVIN BEATS PHILLIPS
ond ienlnsiila .cstcrdny mornluK anil
held It until the) were pleased to ie
llnnulHli nil they had captured except
ing a memory of a hlg .lay spent there
The Hu! let 1 11 li)s, more than 11
company In niiiuhers, nfllcervi! 1
enoiiBh lino olllcers to handle 1 lirl
Alameda Passengers Give
One hundred nnd four p.issonKPrs
who comprised the company of trav
elers to Honolulu on the good ship
Alameda of the Oceanic Steamship
line will hae occasion to long cher-li-h
pleasant memories of their
Thanksgiving spent at sea as the
n-sscl ncarcil tho Hawaiian Islnnds.
Captain Uowilelt, Purser Smith.
Chief Steward Cnrleloii and his ahle
nsststnnt, V. Illack, certainly illfl
races In the company 'Hie urn liiiiu'ull In their power In make unit 11a)
representative of a country was a fair, a Jo)ous one.
Norwegian hoy. j The dining s.ilfx.n of the Alameda
When Pearl Harbor wns riMched af- Was a wealth of color, and gooi
Thanksgiving bird. Naturally the race
of Iho lurgeat numbers weie Hawaii
ens. with tho Portiiitneno a close sec-
I find Kroiu these two races tin down
Ihe nationality of the hint fighters In
; eluded eiery race under the sun, wllh
I tho Africans ovenly divided with the
llrlfh theie being four of these two.
Roosevelt! A II IN El
- PflhlPQ FI1RPF I
rKH IV AHILA
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 20. Former
President Roosevelt has cabled his
congratulations to Explorer Peary
from a seaport station on the Afri
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NORFOLK. Va.. Nov. 26. Jimmy
Galvin, the middleweight champion
cf the United States, today defeated
Bid: Phillips, middleweight.
ALASKA TOWN FIRE
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 20. News
has been received here of the threat
ened destruction of the town of
Seward, Alaska, by fire.
FIRE VICTIMS BURIED
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
BUTLER, Mo.. Nov. 2G. The fu
neral of the late Representative
Ocarmond and son, who were burned
to death last Wednesday, was at
tended by many people of promi
SAN FRANCISCO Nov. 2B. Sugir:
06 degrees test, -4.33, Previous quota
Beets, 83 analysis 12s. 6 d. Parity
4,67. Previous quotation 12s. 7 d.
..,. ...-...-.- - ..I...-, 1.. ..nnn..ne iioys eiiiiiuuu mu nun viiii-"-ii
.....to ,,......, .......HUH ........ ......,, KUt8rnctlon wllh lit., idaygiound
8 o'clock In column formation ."'',.,,,.,.,, fr ,he ,,ay ,, uI, u , ,,,.
marched to tho railroad station and ,. ,., of tll0tn Vl.ry t,;,rj. lrl ,v
hoarded an O. It. & I train that had ; ,,.Blin cnsnB Blaneesnt the mess gins
heen piexloiiBly rcfiiilsllloued. On tho and provender pnivlded by the Palm
way to the station to prevent hlBtor-Cnfe. Hut the most of them began
Inns of previous )cnrs from claiming forming Into seclloiis ror pin).
Hint tho nttaek on Pearl Harbor and I Two hiseball lepius were quickly
v q-n-iiov ... i.v i..iii, ti.., iwiv.raniu.fi wnirii were uuoi.eii me i-aiiinn
lustily blow tin horns that could hn
heard for miles.
There Is no defense to tho assertion
Hint this company of news vendors wns
tho most Cosmopolitan ever brought
together for 11 concerted nttnek on the
Pepper, nnd the Punchbowl Prowlers.
With the Important tuok of mining
Ihe two teams out Die game started
with the side Hnfr thronged wllh en
tlnnli.nl If fans, A member of Hid I! 11 1
I ell 11 business staff, who wns In
(Continued on Page 4)
JJEW V0RK. Nov. 26. The
cleaniiir; un work of the customs
department is still going on. Ten
more weighers were dismissed today
by Collector Loeb.
SANTA GLAUS AT KERR'S
Santn Clans will turlvo at U. H,
Ken's Alakoa street stoto tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock Santa will have
11 box of candy as an Initial pieKcnt for
all tho chllilicu and will also show
Iheni all the now toys.
1 . 1
What about )our hat? It's tlmo It
was soon to. Call In The Kxpert Hat
Clo.mem. Wotk guaranteed.
II. BROWN IS
A divorce was granted this morning
l.y Judge Hobliiton to Chiules 11.
Hi own from Ida It. Ilrown. A number
of ehniges weio mmlo In the complaint
Tiled by Uifiwn, tho 0110 dwelt on at
ltngtli being the allegation that Mrs.
lltown fiequented tho mclcty of peo
ple who were not ngreeablo to her
husband. Tho complnlut stated that
when ll.'ovvn lemonstrated with his
wlfo ho was Informed that "It is nono
of )oitr business,"
Jupnncso pug dogs for sale, black
and white, )ellow and whlto;' nlco
hoitso pets, I'or fuither Information
seo classified ad.
Sovcn nutonioblios of different
makes cnnie In on tho Alameda this
morning. They wore nil consigned to
tho von Hiimm-Young gauge.
cade of regulars, left tho I! 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 ,er n mllck ,rl' l,' 1l"' Il"',',,ll Special. I cheer lelgned supremo ycitcrilay
The ilcctMiitlvc scheme incuiiieu ics
ti.ons of Hags of all nations, and this
was pleasingly Inteispcrsed with,
gnrlands of colored paper anil ever
greens. Chief Stownul Cailoton
mid his aide pictured n gnstrunoml-
tul spiead that wilt go clattering
down the coritdors of time as 11 red
letter event In Oceanic stcumshti
From unUiovles and caviar dows
the llliu tlirough llsh, entrees, roasts,
salads ami the lavish 111 ray ol
deserts, tho menu was one that Is
kildont excelled by the best hotel1,
on shore. The cold storage was
ilflcd of Its cholsest dainties, while
the tables fairly groaned under the
weight of good tilings offered for tho
delectation of the bundled or more
Tho weather u1m conspired to
make Thanksgiving O.iy of the )cnr
190!) 011 the Alameda una not easily
forgotten,. Smooth neat, and light
winds made voyaging 0 delight.
The Ahimeda arrived at her berth
nt Oco.iiile wharf about U o'clock
this morning after 11 vnnge of live
dajs nnd twenty-one limns from
San Francisco. Fogs weio enioiin
lercd tho first twenty-four bouts
out from tho California port, but
nftcr that period fine weaher pt
(Continued on Page 6)
COOK DOES NOT
JUDGE DE BOLT
The action of tho liar Association
Wednesday in isistiHinlng action on the
endorsement of n succersor to Justice
Arthur Wilder of tho Supremo Court
enmo ns something or a surprise Hi
those who are familiar wllh the gen
oial sentiment ptovalllng among tho
luembcishli. of the association. It Is
declared that three fourths of tho liar-
Association membeiuhlp would unhes
itatingly accord their endorbotuont Hi
.Ittilgo John T. Do Holt of tho Circuit
A quartet of )tuiugsters. nil of whom
are under age, have been rounded 11;.
by the police wlthlu tho past few da)s
ami uru now Inmates of tho local re
formatory Institutions, where (hey will
lemalii for periods varying fiom six to
The lads huve been members fit no
tnrlous gangs which have been com
mitting a seiles of petty thlovliij for
mouths past. There was 1111 array ot
laiceny charges against tho youngsters
when they were finally brought to bof'.
'through the activity of Deputy Sheritf
H rrB 11 m V 'S B tm IP 1
VtW l-VIB I
P1IILADELP1IIA. 1I"V. 2C
marines ordered to Central Amcnw,
sailed from this port lutlny under
conditions that had inaili the nil;
i-carauce of war. The men were
tullv equipped for auy service, nnd
Sccictarv of tlw New von Mover
was in town to tee them off. Prcvir -I
tus to cmbarkinK on the transport
the marines passed 111 review before !
1 the head of the naval department. 12
ZELAYA ST0IJS DISPATCHES
WASHINGTON. Nov. 26. Offlcial
dispatches from United States Con-
isul Caldera stationed at Managua
(have not been received at the Dc-
t-artment of Slate. It is" believed
that these dispatches containing;
most important information have
been intercepted by the forces of
Opposition to Do .Holt's candidacy
while tt is not stioni; numeric illy, ls!Iellett.
novel Hielehs pronounced, ns was ev- J Knhaiimln Is n Juvenile who his
lilenced Wednesday when former Jus- been sentenced by Judgo Whitney to
tlco llallnu of the Supremo Court I an extended term of Imprisonment,
moved to have A. O, M. Itobcrtson's ! There nro six charges of larceny filed
motion for tho endorsement of Do I niter his name. Ho will remain nt the
Holt Indefinitely postponed, which, ir
carried would havo effectunlly prevent
ed tho consideration of Do Holt's uniiio
vg.ilii by tho liar Association,
"Just exactly what I
had been wishing some
one would send me."
Doesn't it seem good to leccive an
acknowledgment like that!
You are bound to receive a similar
one if you place with us an order for
pineapple. BECAUSE Hawaiian
pineapple is fast becoming recognized
as the STANDARD OF THE WORLD
r,nd is now much sought after in the
It now seenin that the belief Hint
Oovcrnnr l'rcar went to Washington
with tho Idea of urging Abo uiwls tor
tho place must givo way before later
evidence bearing upon tho flovernor'a
choice for Wllder's successor on the
Supremo nench. Instvpil of Abo l.ewls
tho Governor Is now stated to favor
Ilobblns II. Anderson, of the law firm
of Kinney, Ilnlloii, Prosscr and' Ander
son. Mr, Andoihou lias not lind Judi
cial experlcnco In tho Territory, but It
is stnted that his legal talontH nro
regarded highly by Governor I'renr.
Tho next meeting of tho liar Associa
tion Is bchediiled ror Weducsdiiy next,
when tho executive committee or tho
Association will report on Its cliolro
ns Justice Wllder's successor. The
column teo Is coniponetl of
PICTURE8 AT ART.
PRINCETON ORDERED OUT
BREMERTON. W&sli . Nov. 20. "
(Special Bulletin Cable,) , r gunboat Trinceton. Capt. Hayes,
MINERAL POINT, Wis., Nov P.O. .c vtd ordcis today to proceed to )
Banker Allen, who was arraigned 1 Corinto to augment the American
en the chasge of embezzlement, I fleet assembled to deal with the. '
pleaded guilty and was sentenced uncrgencie; thst may atis; in Cen-;3j&
to ten yeais' imprisonment.
Prospect of Litigation Between Rival Telephone
Companies Before Wires Are Finally Laid in
Conduits. .Standard Franchise .Still Lives
We ship the BEST,
CANNED or FRESH.
HANDLING TRUSTS OF ALL DE
SCRIPTIONs'lS OUR FORTE
Tho picture program nt tho Art will
he changed tonight ami an) 0110 In
search of rutcitalniueiit will Ann
therein a plentiful measuro. Tho pic
tine films to bo shown tonight and to
morrow nlgl.t aio tho very latest ns
tho Alameda hmught them to Hono
lulu this morning. Patrons or thu pic
li.ro hoitics who llko tho Intent nro
certain of gelling It nt tho Art,
leform school until ho reaches his line
Jorily, He was found guilty of stealing
various sums of money aggregating
The theft of ono hundred and fifty
ilolhus fiom a grnml parent was tho
final misdemeanor which brought Wil
liam Knlnhoolcwn within tho meshes of
the lnw. This lad Is also charged wllh
taking a quantity of sheet lend and
other tnnterl.il from tho premises of
the Mint Saloon. Ho received tho limit
In a sentence given him by Judge Whit
ney lit tho Juvenile, Court.
Sheet lend was Included In tho sc
ries of petty thefts charged against
James Mnlle, n Juvenile. Ho also goes
to tho reform bcIiooI until ho Is of iigc.
J, Aheun purloined fish from local
markets when ho believed that tho
(.tail keepers wero not looking. Ho
goes the way of tho others.
BERNSTORFF WILL STAY
BERLIN. Nov. 26. It was stated
here today from official sources that
Ambassador von Bernstorff, now sta
tioned at Washington, is not to be
transferred to the Court of St. James
as was reported in earlier dispatches.
Anything new In tho sporting lino?
An) thing good in the liquor lino? You
can find It at "Iho Two Jucks."
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St.
WILL BE A PLEASURE
SHOW YOU OUR SYSTEM
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 Fort St.
P. C Hc.inier 11110 ot tho leading
merchants of llllo, 1 etui nod 011 tho
Alameda thlb morning.
A long preamble, quoted ns being
it statement of John Cook, an old
lesldent ot these Islands, legarillng
the ownership ot the CooK monu
ment and tho land surmiindlng It
wns published In tho morning paper.
A representative of Mr, Cook
called nt the II u I I n 1 1 11 olllce this
morning and stated that the morn
ing papor'a story would create a
wrong Impression from that intend
ed by Mr. Cook.
Mr. Cook states that ho lays no
claim to ownership ot tho big monu
ment which stands near tho wa
ters edge. It Is to tho small cross
monument which stands further in-
Intnl. mill whtrh Hunt Mr. CnnlcR savs I
Is tho Identical plate where tho early
Captain Cook fell. It Is to this pnt-
tlcuhir spot that Mr. Cook ln)s
claim of ownership, showing re
ceipts for money paid for same.
Supervisors of the C'lt) and Count)
of Honolulu are not the only ones with
whom tho Mutual Telephone Loinp.in..
will hnve differences, accorulng to
Tho probabilities are that lc Stand
nrd Telephone Company's iillorne.vt
will soon Jump Into the ring or In be
more correct, the courts, an! ask l
Vhat right the Mutual Is piuilug cou
dults In the Btrects nnd by what right
It oxpects to put wires through theso
conduits nnd operate n telephone s)s
The Slnndard Company has- a frun
chlso granted by act of Congress. .The
frauchlhe of tho Standard Is ver;
guarded Ui the restrictions it places 011
the operators of tho telephone, but the
right Is given to put cniltii uinlor '
ground nnd ns .1 manor of fuei du what
Is now being done bv the M11r1.1l Tho '
Standard franchise however guards llui
Interests of the elt) much iimui raw
Hilly than Is apparent from tho char- j
ter under which the Mutual h u operat
ed. I Attorneys for tho Standard C ompm ,
imiu iieen ii.KUKCf. inr tome 'ipto III
looking up the law In llio n.aUir nndia
move Is antlclpaleil before many dii)s.
Indications tiro that the llt.ht or tho
Mutual to put wires through iho con
duits tt has laid may be eonlcsteil.
When this Is done tho pil.ato liti
gants will very likely settle iho ques
lion Hint has so veed the rlt) authori
ties, or nt least some of theni.
Get your pastry at the
30c and 60c
Ali Films List Price
Hollister Drug Co.
GREAT PRISON DELIVERY
TEHUANTEPEC, Nov. 26.
Twenty-six prisoners, many of whom
are convicted murderers, escaped
from the penitentiary here today by
means of a tunnel beneath the walls
of the prison.
BERLIN. Nov. .26. Aeronauts
Brcnchmann and Francks lost their
lives here today by the collapse of
a balloon in which they were mak
The conficHonniv depai (menl of the
Alexander Young Cafo Is fast earning
tho same reputation In Hiinoluu ns
"Unas" In San Ftanclsco. "A. V. Co."
on a box ot candy inca'nB perfection.
If not you had better hur
ry before your size is gone,
This is our new tan 0RBY
Oxford selling for $4.00, and
they have the snap nnd style
in them that makes them a
favorite with young men.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
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