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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4530.
16 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JANUARY 213JLW1
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MISSiNO TOURIST IS
Hires Horse To Make
WAS LAST SEEN
Mounted Police Have Been Scouring
V the Mountains Back of City
Tourist failed to Return Horse
Mr. Wjmnn wus dlicuv.-rod by Oil.
ccr Tripp ut n Into hour this afternoon
ns ho was footliiK It back towards'
(own. Tim man hid got off his horso
jOHti-nlny to walk down n trail ami
liud been overtaken by a fog. Darkness
net In and Wjman finding himself on
Iho edgo of a precipice, slept there all
Charlea llclllna, munnger of the
Club Blablcn, reported to the police
thin, morning at 8 o'clock that K. A.
Wyman, a tourist who li registered
at the Young Koto), had hired a
lioraa to make a -trip to Punchbowl
( mid Tantalus 'yesterday afternoon
and had not returned.
It appears that Wyman, who Is a
-.man of about fifty years of age, de
cided to see as much of. the Utand as
possible on horseback, amf for a
fctnrt thought tho Punchbowl and
Tantalus would be the best.
He went to tho Club Stable and
there was provided with n very gen
tle horse. Manager Hclllna saw that
Wyman was not much of a horseman
and therefore gau him a qujot anl
nml. Tho missing man left the stn
blcs ut ; o'clock, and his Intention
wnM to return within three hours
Al half-past four o'clock Wyman
nn Keen riding up Tantalus, A
Japanese noticed tho liorsemau, and
HiIh morning, on being questioned,
stated that tho rider was taking
thlngx easy nnd looking around at
A'ftcr waiting all night expecting
that any moment Wmau might re
,turn, lJolllim decided that something
must have happened to tho tourist.
Kherlff Jnrrett, on being Informed of
the mattor, nt once dispatched three
mounted ofllcers to tho rescue. Ono
onicer went up Punchbowl, another
Tnntnlus, and the third explored
Pa u on Vnlloy.
Up till noon today thero was no
sign .of the missing mnn, and great
anxiety was shown as to his where
abouts. It Is feared that ho has mot
with an accident, nnd that he Is ly
ing holpless soniewhcio off the beat
en ttnek, '
Somo of tho police think that ho
may have tukon ono of tho old trails
and wandered off in the wrong di
rection in tho darkness. Othora fa
or tho theory that Wyninn leached
borne dwolllng at tor dnrk, nnd was
put up for tho night, mid that he
will rot m n during tho coursu of tho
IF YOU SHOULD DIET ,
Leave vour family a fixed income
MONTHLY INCOME POLICY
The Cost Is Low
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Wireless Declares Politicians Are
Angry About Suggestion
IX To Dii I let In, Honolulu.
tt Andrews appointment cnuso
tt Itlclnns freely predict Democratic letory. Coun'y Commlttev feels tt
tt that It wax Ignored because .did not wait for Mniina Kc.i null. Meet- St
tt Iiik called this afternoon. Somo members talk uf resigning In a tt
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This messago was rcccltii! by the
I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n at. tho noon hour from
llllo tt was not signed but Is pre
sumably from tho regular correspond
ent of this paper. Hawaii's Republi
can County Commltteo endorsed Buck
land fur the assistant secretaryship
for which some of the local peoplo nre
now proposing U A, Andrews, and
thero scchis to be troublo In the
V l-orrn Andrews delariM this morn
ing that thn announcement in tho
Oiornlng' paper that he Wut) being con
sidered as the organizer of tho Re
publican parly camo as a complete
surprise to him and that It was neces
sary for him to disclaim tho llitltnn
tlon that he was desirous of abandon
ing the practlco nf the law for labor
as a Republican organizer. jj
"I am a lawyer and n good ono,"
said tho retiring deputy Attorney Ocn'
era), "'and I nm going to contlnuo the
practlco of the law, Tho statement
that 1 was considered as an organizer
MURDER IN THE
Kahoolawe, Who Commit
ted Parker Ranch Crime,
Kuhoolawo, Iho Hawaiian cowboy
who murdered Pea. anothor cowbyy,
ut Mann last November, last Saturday
morning entered a plea of guilty to a
chnrgo of murder In thn second deroo.
Ho was to have been sentenced Janu
ary 25. No
In tho testimony which' was brought
up In tho trial that has just been com
pleted at llllo, Kuhoolawo was shown
to have been demented and for n num
ber of jenrs ho had not been allowed
to mount a horso. It being shown
that his mental attacks worn general
ly brought on by oxorclso In tho sad
dle. It was also shown that on one
occasion, about two months bcfnro tho
death of Pea, Knhoolawo had thrown
u rock at Pea, dislocating a bono Jn
his shoulder. Ho had then thrown
another rock, which struck Pea In
tho head, knocking him to tho ground,
Knhooluwo had then challenged tho
other people present, of whom thoro
wcro qulto a number at tho tlmo, urg
ing them to coniu forward and fight
and ho would kill I hem as ho had
Kahoolawe, who ploadnd guilty to
inurdor In tho second degrco, was sun
tencod' to Imprisonment for not less
iliun 20 nor mora than 30 years. He
Is' now 47 or 48 years of ago.
DEMOCRAT8 WILL MEET.
Democrats of Iho Fifth djstrlrt will
hold a meeting on next Monday oven
lug .at which tlmo thoio will bo a gen
eral discussion of plans for u rousing
and onergotlo campaign.
THE INTKUIS1ANI) steamer Iwn-
lanl Is on tho marine railway for a
clanlng nnd repainting. Tin vessel
W,U h r0IUljr f0r hCr eB",i,r run ""
Intense dlssnllsfnctlon here. Pol- tt
for thn Republican parly came ns :i
complete surprise to me. The only
Interest tha I take In politics I" Hi'1
Interest of it good citizen nnd that's
as lar as I am going ut present.
"Tho statement In the inoruln; pi
per wan tho first 1 heard of my con'
tcmplutcd preferment nnd I wish to
deny cmphntlcally that I Intend to
ipil'o the piactlce of the law for pol
itic. Polltlca U Incidental and I am
a law)er first, last und all the' time."
A member of the Central Ksrcutlve
Committee- stated this morning thai
'Andrews' name was mentioned so
that the .public could be sounded and
the general opinion determined as to
tho wlsft of the majority of tho voters;
on tho question or leadership In the
work of party organization.
There does not seem much reason
to doubt tint tho opinion wished will
be forthcoming and tho dispatch from
llllo scres to Indicate that opinion
Is about crystallized on the subject
among tho Republican politicians on
GUTHRIE. Mela.. Inn. M Vur
and more sensational charges were
preferred today against Ooyernor
Haskell, who has already been under
indictment for irregularities in land
A Republican member of the State
Legislature, filed an affidavit in which
he Aronif-l Onvirnnr TTaiVll and
other State officials with having
made illegal uie of public money.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PORT UMON.Costa Rica, Jan. 29.
Disastrous floods throughout the
country are causing much damage
to crops and stock.
For Porto Rico
WASHINGTON, D, C Jas. 20.
President Taft today submitted to
the House of Representatives the
newly-constructed Organic Act law
for Porto Rico,
TO MAKEThirty Indicted
PARIS, Jan. 28. At last the
waters of the Seine are fallintr and
there seems Rood prospect that the
worst of the great flood that has
devastated the citv basin is over,
t All danger to life and nropertr Is
, not passed, however, as the founda-
tions 'of many buildings have been
so Sceriouslv undermined that the
structures threaten to collapse,
i Extensive preparations are now
under war to e'eanse the citv of the
, filth tLat- has been sDread through
out the streets and the buildings by
' the rushinc waters. If this is not
idone promptly, it is feared that an
1 epidemic will add new terror to the
horrors of the past week.
LONDON Jii. to. Returns from
the .elections today give the coalition
vof Govfrtifent, forces a majority of
one nundrtdnd twenty-two votes.
This is an increase of seven votes
Floral Parade Arrange
ments Working Out
Tho Klurul Purado plan'if aio ma
tin lug rapidly, und the nucleus of
this annual event has How been as
sured. From piescnt Indications,
the 1310 Floral Parade will eclipse
even the best efforts of former jcuis.
Tho military feature will Includo tho
mounted band and ono or two squad
ions of the Fifth Cavalry stationed
at .I.ellehim; u battalion of marines
under Major Long, from Camp Very,
and four companies of infnntry from
Foit Shatter. In Hddltlon to these
regular troops, tho N. O. II. will
have a number of men In line, nnd,
with the Kamehamehn Schools ca-
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dels, the military feature will be
Secretary Conness has Just re
ceived a letter from Major 8. W,
Dunning slating that the enlisted
men iiuo decided to enter a tlorul
loprcsontatlnn, inestimably military
or patriotic, Pilvato F Met war of
Company (1 will outer tho bicycle
dhUlon with a decorated btcyclo.
This division will bu far and away
ahead of previous joins. M. F.
Peter, who Is Jn charge of tills di
vision nf the puinde, Is h.indllng It
well, Tho fish section of this divi
sion will be especially good.
Iluckfeld fe Co. will put In a float
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By Grand fury
Anderson Grace Is Charged With
Murder Of Watchman
Indlctnicnts have been found by
the Fcdoial Grand Jury against An
dor Kin (Irat-e for murder In the first
degree, chniged with being the man
who shot and killed uld Mahu,
the watchman at Watertown, and
nlro against about fifteen members of
the opium ring Hint was exposed
through Hie aithltles of United
Stales Attorney llreckotis. Marshal
iiemiry nnd Collector of the Port
Starkabtc. The remaining Indict
ments, nenrly all of which are
against Japanese, will bring the to
tnl up 'to about thirty true hills
which will be plnced on file as soon
ns A. (I. M. Robertson qualifies as
the sciond Federal Judge of the
Pnlted Slates Court.
The present Ornnd Jury has ac
complished more In less time thnn
Inny, of Its predecessors, and the un-
pirivdented number uf Indictments
to bo returned ut one time Is due
torney llreckons utlheres fo the Idea
that the Federal Court Is of doubtful
validity slpce the expiration of
Woodruff's commission, which leave"
the United 8tntCH District Court with
but one Judge.
In the itnestlgnlton i dative to
tho murder of Oald .Malm, Federal
and Territorial official have se
cured from Anderson (Irace a state
ment that some tlmo between eight
and ten o'clock on the morning of
Christmas Day, he was requested by
tuo Indies, driving towards Pnlamu,
WASHINOTOW Tl T. Jnn OH
Inspector Louis R. Olavis, who has
occupica inc witness siana in tne
Rallinger investigation for three
days, brought out a statement to
day that created a ilerlifori unutlnn
as it implicates a member tf Con
gress from California, 'whose name
has not been hitherto asioofated with
the criticitm nf Kalllnirai- anil M
administration of. public offices.
Mr. uiavis stated that Secretary
BMinger gave him definite instruc
tions not to nursue the investigation
of Representative McLachlan, Con
gressman from Southern California,
wno nia claims in ine Aiasus coal
lands. Why this order was given has
iioi uccn orougni out, oi coune. ana
will not be until Secretary Ballinger
taxes tne stand, uiavis' inference
was that the Secretary looked after
Congressman Mcl.uchlan will be
remembered In Hawaii as a popular
member of the Congressional delega
tion that visited the Territory last
fall. He Is a prominent member of
the HIveiH und Harbors Committee.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
TOLEDO, 0 Jan. 29, Fourteen
conspirators of the Black Hand So
ciety were convicted here today.
to assist them In ar)lng for their
horse, which wns fruitions; Hint he
did so, nnd that they then requested
him to go Into Chambers Ding Store,
nearby, and purchase "fifty iciits
worth of llre-dlstiugiilshcr"; that he
did this, and returned with the pack
age and handed It to one of tho
ladles, and then they continued on
No one In the stme remcmbeis
anything of the Incident, bu should
any person In Honolulu remember,
or have seen (Irare In the store at
that time, Mnrshal Hendry would
gieatly appreciate iccclvlng Informa
(I rare Is a negro, abut he feet
eight Inches tall, about thirty esrs
of age, with marked African fea
, BBSS TIINERAL
Funeinl 'services of tin- lato CapL
John Ross will be held In Kawalnhau
church tomoriow, Sunday, January 30,
nt 3 o'clock p m. Interment (I. A. It.
lot. Nun-inn cemetery.
The p.ill benrcis aie Cecil Ilrown
William 'hu, V.. M. .Muisha, Sheriff
llenrv. Hi'iiiv llertlemaiiii and Carl
Illustrnted lecture on Faust this
evening at tho Kllohana Art Ixugue
TELLS ABOUT PINES
Thinks Report From Los
LOS ANGI.-I.K.H, Jan. 28. Tho
county horticultural commission hai
prohibited the s.ile of Huwnltan pine
apples here until somo sjateni of
fumigating tho fruit to destroy tlie
scale Is Instituted. 81 x thousand
cases are hold up bore by the deci
sion of the commission.
In an Interview with J. D. Dole,
manager of the Hawaiian Pineapple
Conip.iuy, this morning, In legard
to the lounty horticultural commis
sion of I.om Angeles, Cnl., prohibit
ing the sale of Hawaiian pineapples
In that (outity until some sjsteni of
fumigation to destroy tho scale has
been Instituted, Mr. Dole stated that
this applied only to fresh pineapples.
Six thousand cases ure being held
up lu I.os Angeles by the decision of
the commission, It may bo due to
the carelessness of the shippers In
not seeing to It that the pines wero
pinperly fumigated before being paut
Pineapples are fumigated at the
plantations with h)dro-c utile gas.
This kills the niatuie scale, hut there
is a great difficulty In killing thQ
spores. In order to kill all scale,
whether mature or otherwise, more
gas should be administered during
the fumigation process than is at
present being glen, as tho spores
me more leslstent than after ma
"Too much gas would bo bud for
pines, as they would not (arry so
well, being apt to mellow too quick
ly. All the pineapples that we ship
are getting a good deul heavier
doses of hydro-cyanic gas than Is
iccommended b the entomologists
of the Federal Experimental Sta
tion," go stated Mr. Dole this morn-
(Continued on Fagr 6)
NO ACTION TAKEN
Apparent Division 'MgOfi
Expjcssion of Eentiment of Public
Bodies on Public Control Threat 3
Is Deferred Sentiment Divided
No lUttnltii ac'lon has let been tak-j
i ll lor thu expression nt public seiitl-J
iiii-iit on llii suggestion Hint the Feil-j,
er.il flou'iiimi-iit may decide to InflictM
n prohibition law upon tho lerrltory 1
Willi i crimps wiu mmiiniu, iiibhui
goveiillug Haw.HI liy means or u com
mission that would have an equality, of
lowers with thu Philippine Cnniinltfj
The Wholesalo Liquor Iw-alcra nave
r.pp.lrintlj decided that thero Is wucj
in tilt uionv man uoiso in ine acuviiy.
nt ooll nt Wahhlng'on and havn
utbtetl to thrlr eaMcin ropiCH-ulntlJt1
to ilo nlFtlrllt'ltf'tiiissTTdO in counteract1
(he'HaWHll piohlblihm heiilliuoiit''thlitl
may pii'ull In Ibc uplvr house of tho
N'ntlonal Couriers, '
The statements made b Kcvcral 'of
the members of thu last CongresslonV
nl delegation hllo brio mo now-be-j
lug rcciilled In uoiiuortlun with tliu
prohibition imuiio. Heprefciitatlvoillnr
llioidt is crc-ijllcd wttn the statcmcut
that tho only chance Hawaii would
hate to avoid I lie Imposition upon' It.
of a prohibition law would be In tho
exerting of enough liiuucucn to pro
ent a bill being carried lliroiighrlht
"If tho Senalo oer passes a prohi
bition bill for Hawaii Mil) 'iinj bq suro
tliu llm II. ... I1I ...u.. II ..!.! itl'.
tholdt, "Ipr tint HeircsenlnHes'reaii''i
a.... ....' ..ii, ..,,, ii.v ,,, rniii'iKii:
nititcQ I'aty p'lllllcal rnpltnl through '
ipspcindlii'J to the prohlbitlo-i t-ciitl-"
nient lhat Is now prevalent lirtllo-)
Slntes and voting Tor u prohibition,
luw applied )n llanall." 'tC'
There seems to bo a division of sen
timent niiiong the members of the Mjr-V'
chunts' Assorlnllon utid thn Chiunber
of Commerce, ns to nctlnn lliiitninV
bo taken as an aftermath to Frank
Thompson's ruble from Washington!1
Tlio udlocatcs of somo action byjp'yh
lie bodies fnvorlng thu Idea of home'
ruin point to Iho loply of (leorfoB,
McClellan ns siifllctetit basis for a pub
lic expression of opinion but there
does not seem to ho much likelihood
that any dellnlto action will be taYAKj
until moru ilriinllu Information!.1
lecrhoil regurdlng tho sltuallonaf
Wushlngton. . iij
bADLC Ut DULI m
TO TAKE OATHi
Wickersham Says i,T
"Commission sent, Vhcn,wlI,j,lcm'J
nt.t.lir. " v VkiL T?
This was tho cable rcceludlhls
morning by Clicult Judgo Ilo Holt fiTH) ,
Attnriioy (lener.il WIckershn'-iliiH'
lornuug nun oi in" inci nun no wonw
become n ini!iiib"r of tho Suprcaja
Court of Hawaii us fcnou us ho tootifi
iiu imiu ui mill u. rt-(i-
jiiuko tm nun cuuiuii a repiy in mo
effect that ho would bo ready lo taku'.
tho oath of 'olllco Mondny, which, ho'
will do at lu o'clock in the courtroom.
of iho Supremo Court In tho Judiciary
building. " V"
No cabled notification has ns ret
been re-celt eil from' Attorney aonera(!J3
Wlckershant by, A. 0, M, nobertsoA
who has been confirmed by the Senate.
us Second Fedoral Judgo ofrstk
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