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ESTAELISKED 1882. NO. 4331.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1010. 10 PAOES.
PRICE 9 CENT!
0BU8SER HURfflES TCT PORT WITH SICK MIN
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Police on Trail
of Lost Jewels
Valued at $2,500 and Belong to
Officer's Wife -Arrests
On Nmcniber 13. IMS, Mis. O-cif
W. Km uli'i v.Ifi, nfjn'l Annv ei.rl
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neer whn wnnnt Ilia lliiiescttel ,,
Moulin, p-mul tlir.m;h ll-yiuliitu mi
n tr.uirjiurl. Wlillo driving .irmin I tlui
ell) shu v tiu iiiiriiituiute end uh lo
Iniu n hundbig which ccmtnli til two
smaller tccopticlos fur eulii mil Je,
T)i! total" .iluu of Hi" conteii s of
Iho ling was clusu mi to $J5nu, .ml
finiii tlio ihj the Iokh ncciurod until u
fow days ugo no trice of Ihu nilsslii?
big has cei hem foimil.
Lately Iho matter has been rolled
nml tin i e Ih eicr) hope of ut lcist
Bomo of tlio Ktolon Jovclij biii.; r-
covert il. Uetettlio 0!b"ii of Chief
MrDoniu'H Btaff Incline aware Hint a
man nltktinmeil ".Monkey" who U nt
puM'nt ttnliiK it Kt-ittcucir of thuo
je.im In Oahii pillion, know' nmu thins
Jacob Coerper Brings'
Suit For Divorce
Makes Allegations Against Wife In
Action' Begun In Circuit
A dlUMce nctlon linn heeif Iii8tlnws, Iho ilinine of nilullery beliiB
luted in tho Cliiult Conit by Jacob ( liuorporaled In tlio toniplnlnt.
Cctrpir iiBulnsl Ills wife, I.auiu Co-, X(J Mmva ro me,It,IIU!1, , lll0
uiitin in wnitii no tibKH an niiuoiuiu
dUorte uml tho tulody of n minor
child, Herbert I' Cooipei.
'Iho romp! tint foi dliouo talea
Hut tho couple wcie marilcd in 1880
unit hino not lived truulhur for tho
piKl two eurs, tho complaint con-
latnliiK tlio nlliKiitlnn that tlio wKo
has bull unfaithful to her marital
Sworn In Before Large
Gathering k of
AtiKoclalo Justice Do Unit of Iho
Tell I Km la I Bupienio Cnutt wan aworii
Into nlllie HiIb 1110111I11K, the oath bo
lliK administered by Chief .Justice
Hnilwell before n unthcrliiK of mem
beig of 'the bar and many citizens,
and u niiiiihci of business men who
liuppouod to be in tho Judicial y
building at the time.
r tAtiouioj.Oenernl Hemenway, whoso
M5tjl'wulil bo to extend tho con
Mfalulatlnna of Iho but to Justice Do
Holt upon his nicerislon to plnco
oil tho liemh of tho Siipiemo Con t,
was "not picsent, nml uflei a rathci
tmbarriiHsliiK wait that followed tho
iidmlnlslciliiK of the tilth, W. A.
Kinney, president of, Iho ll.u Abbo
ilatlon, said n fow w 01 da oxprcHsiiK
v Iho ploaBiiro Iho inembcrH of the liai
lolt In BcolnB He Holt's seals of sor
ha tin tho Clicult bench tenanted,
and l.oriln Andrewa contluded the
BpeediliiHkliiK by cxpiesbliiR Blnill.ir
nuihiK 190t foK'Bt1 (lies caused a.
iiilllliin.dollar lfrfH 1r falirninln. ''
of the finding of llio handing.
MCDufTlo, who ultliimgli lint nil (III!
IHco fmio ut tlio time nf tlio loss of
j)(, ,)JBi ,n(, ,)een ,Ilfrnci, ()f lp
matter mid had, privately looked Into
the on Re, and linil nliout tiimiuril It up
Thn Chief went to (ho prlsnn nml
tliere saw "Monkc)," who confessed
lhat'a frleml of IiIh hut picked up a
handing over r. jenr ngu. ami (hat In-
lde of it was another smaller lug or
"Monkc)" describe! the contents of
tlio has In a nicety, nml there can be
no ilonbt he nan Iho lost article. Ho
iikspiIx that tlio other limn and ho
look Iho has to n homo on l'unchbou)
mid there exanilneil the conlentB. Two
IiIIIb, one for ten dollar mid nnolhcr
for twenty dollars, were promp'ly tak-
en out mid Bpcnt down town.
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l"'i""". '" umy "w"'
tontnlntd In the tomplaint In that
of iidulteiy. It Ih (dated that Mm.
Cocipci Ihik tonimlttcil niimcioua
lu.ta that (oimtltuto sutTltleiit
ground foi divoitc, and for tho
tourt to iwnrd the complalnnut tho
tiiBtod) of the child of tho union.
She Is Floated
TANGIER, Jan. 31. The French
cruiser linateau-Kcnauit tnat ran
auround yestenlay near Azarilla was
ilea ted todav,
BULLETIN AUR PAV
IF YOU SHOULD DIEJ
Leave your family a fixed income
MONTHLY INCOME POLICY J
The" Cost Is Low
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
,"' 023 TORT, STREET '
"'i ly.laiY, 1 t 1 j -- "
Serious Case of
Cruiser to Port Ahead
of Fleet: ,
Tlio Unllod State armored crulrer ctuUer tlappll & on all Bte.ini nml nr-
Washington Ilea ut tho quarantine
whnrfflyJnK' thf-yollow Hair of
ipinihntlne, nhd'iris moiellinn like
ly that the cupel, her ofllcers und
men niny be lnolatcd by the 1'ideriil
autliorltk'H pendliiR an ImeatlRatlon
of two eaBos of.likliesa which man
ifested Itbelf shortly nfter the Wash
ington Balled from Ynkohamt.
Two (nutB of what Ih helloed by
the ciulser'M BiirKeon iib vailola or n
mild foi m of Bmnllpox wcte discov
ered amoiiK the enlisted men of tho
WimliliiKton. Thnt the nature of
the illnchH waH consldeied KerioiiH Is
plnlnl) ilenioiiHtrateil by the Wimli
InRtoii lca Iiik the temaliider of tho
"111b BlKht." which are inaMiiR u
lcliijftl) ojnge to Honolulu, the
WALDRON TO WAIT
Won't Call Special Meeting
Till He Confers With
1'icd It. Wuldion, preBldent nf 111"
McrchantH' AbocIuIIoii, will shortly
take up tho matter of government by
cnmmlbBlou uml the liquor traffic an
bi ought In leceut nnltHtlou, with tho
illnctorB of his association. Mr. Wal
ill on wishes first to get tlio leis of
tho illrectiirB before cubing u spedal
' "I do not toiilemplato tuklng Immed
lute act Ion In regard to this matter,
until I hnc made myself familiar with
the Ideas nml Iob of tho directors of
the Moichnnls' Association," said Mr,
Walilrnu this morning.
In an Intcnlow with Secretnry r.mll
A. Ileiudt this moinlng. Mr. Hermit
said. "I bclieto In Btlfgineriiment
mid that tho welfnio of the cotiutr)
lies in self Roeinment. It In human
nature In fight ugalnst mi) forced re
strictions. While soir indicted the)
tend to produce Just exactly what wo
aro after. 1 am heart and soul ugalnst
tho lOw licensed saloons, bee uise they
uro tho direct somco of crime nml all
untiHpplnosB. I hao oei confidence
In tho locnl rommimlt) working out
its own B.ilallon,
"Under Iho present liquor Inw, Ho
nolulu Is nr uh high moinl tone, If not
higher than un other community in
I tho world. Klnco this law Is the re-
I suit of our own study of the question,
jwo hii llttlo fear that wo shall iirrlwi
at somo'hing still belter If left tn nui
I sell OS. It Is admitted liv nil nrnhlbl
tlonlslH that our present liquor law Is
Iho best that Ihey linui ever had Iho
oppnrtui'ltj tn study, From this I
take It that the liquor question Is In
excellent hands right heru hi Honolulu
nml tho Terrltor, In general.
'Tlio llquoi question can only bn
held In check thiough education, und
not restriction. I would advise that
tho stnmlnrdH of our public schools
be iiiiiemlpd n (tint Ihn llqior question
OF TILE PACIFIC FLEET.
living cfffrhA Vort befoio noon lu
day. -rVf - '
The Wnshliiglnn diopped iinclmr
outside the harbor nt one o'clock this
afternoon, and medical men fiom'tha
Koderul quiiiiintlne station paid n
lHlt tn the ship.
II is snld th it mm of tho men
Ih quite III will .nalold. whl'e Ihu
other t.ise, whlili was dingnozed ns
chkkeupox, mn not cause miiih de
la) through n protiucted quarantine.
The Washington followed close
upon the hi els of the United States
suppl) ship Olncler, which showed
herself olt the pnrt nt ten o'clock
this mo.iitlig. The (ll.ulei has been
ucioiiipiiDiiig Iho Dig Klghl on their
(Continued on Page 0)
Will Kill China
(Soecial Bulletin Cable.)
PEKING-. Jan. '31. An edict has
been issued by the Chinese Govern
ment approving of the plans formu
lated, to abolish the white slave
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
T0KI0. Japan, Jan. 31. The Im
perial Japanese Government has ap
proved the issue of $50,000,000 of 4
per cent, bonds to replace the 0 per
cent, bonds now outstanding.,
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
T0KI0, Jan. 31. It is reported
here that a band of Korean insur
gents has murdered twenty Japanese
nrr-(Hin letin adr pv mK
throughout Itif Ten lion may be fol
lowed and BliideutH ma) loiru what
tn expect wl h the iilnue nf liquor,
This Is (he mil) pi aro In tho Union
where the liquor question Is tint
tnnchul upon In public rehnols,"
PARIS. Jan. 31. Swift justice for
the looters who are swarming the
devastated districts of Pans was vis
it' d by the enraged mobs in the
streets cf the city today.
In the mi 1st of the distress of the
vast week the human ghouls have
been Mns: their trade almost un
opposed on accojnt the citizens
and oJicials being engaged in saving
life and nrooerty.
As crdtr is slowly being brought
out of chaos, attention has been
niven the thieves, with the result
that many were captured, but the
police were unable to cope with the
Looters caught red-handed were,
taken from the police by the street'
irobs. Some of them were shot and
their bodies, exposed, as examples,
while others were carried to the
nearest hmp-posts and hanged.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 31.'
fti(,:i fiom the German steamship
Cleveland landed at this pott today,
after a pleasant voyapc from Hono
lulu. The customs officers wi'Mevy
a nominal fine againft the ship for
its alleged violation of the naviga
tion laws of the country in carrying
Dasstngen between two American
pcrts. It is understood that this will j
be done in order that the case may
be tal.en to th: courts and the law
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan,
Mayor McCarthy swung the political
axe tover the heads of the Board of
Health, the Park Commissioners, the
Fire Commissioners and the Civil
Service Commissioners today in a
most sensational manner, ,
The members of these commissions
were summarily removed from office
by the Mayor, and their successors
were sworn into office at 2 o'clock
this morning. This action was taken
in order to prevent any interference
with the new commissioners by in.
.Everything had been framed up
for the coup, the police being on
hand and preventing by force the
meeting of the old members of the
Board of Health
This radical sten is a part of the
fulfillment of the Mayor's promise to
make an absolutely clean sweep of
the old city government.
' . .
.Lassen tountj, Ciillfoniln, has
begun i( tiinipalgu ugalnst musqul-
mh 111 r"ju
Is In Cargo On Way To
One niHIlou 1 on ml of h 11 ill urn-
munition fur tlio purpose of qtivll -
lug an) possible Insurrection or ills-1
tuib.iuie In the Philippines Ib's sld'i
h side with iiierilinmllse essential
for the pitisult of peue mid happt-
ness, the whole making up 11 total
of omt twu thousand Ions of general
1 argn wlilih will bcjllschargHd from
the I'licllle Mnll liner Siberia upon
the ill rt Mil of Hull WMsel nt the
I'hlllpplnes the middle purr of next
1 n MiM'ii.i was an e.ni) iirinni .
port this morning. The es-
sel was piomptly handled by the
qiiniiintliie. tmmlgiatlou und iii'tnius'
offlcluls, nml she drew alongside the
new Atnkeu-Htrttt wharf nbotil nine
0 clock. I
'I he Siberia Is not onl) won
fiitlglit buli, Jjut -she IiiuiihM diiwi
11 total of l")S-pnsi-engeis fioni San
rriiiii'int''. cii huh iiiniiiM'i, niiiei-
(six ennui una tweii(-iiinu etnnu i , maiiiiiiiiii mini miHiuiiiing ei
'ilus and nun Asiatic passenger IcftjZTO Vaiks wai rccchcd by ihu local
Mheiessel at Honolulu. postal authorities.
That the tourist season Is on In
earnest whs borne out by the large
'numbers uT it rangers who ore In-
eluded tn the list of nrrhals by tho
liner. Heieinl tonimeitial traeleiH
are In tho part). A score of tliinugii,
Order Is Dismissed
Judge Robinson Rules On Motion
Affidavit By Mutual
Judgo llohliison thU morning
giunted the motion tn dlHinlss tho
oider to show caiiae why all tiijuuc-
'Hon should not he issued itMriilnlng
the Mutual Telephone t'ompan) fiiim
ptuteedliig with Its work nt la) lug
, Its wlies III londults. The motion In
dismiss tun uiuer hi siiuw liiuse nun
made without prejudice. '
. Two iillldiulU woro presented In
r.ni I lii 1 niiiiuf tliiii u llli I It 11 inn.
Ctllll V ill IUIIIILVIIUM mill If U ! "
Iteedlngs Hint resulted In Iho order
1 dismissing the writ. J. H. (Inlt. as
luasurer nf the Mutual Telephone
Compaii), stated "thlif the la) Ins of
WAwNr,Tn n Tan a1
WABHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 31.
ConRwniMii McLachlan of Califor-
? took the witness stand today be-
fo,re tlc Ballinger investigating com-
mittee, he being called promptly on
ont of the .erious implication
carried in the statement of Louis
lvl that he had been ordered
by Secretary Ballinger not to inves-
tigate the land claims held by Mr,
McLachlan in Alaska.
ine uoncressman staiea mat ne,
I with Governor Gillett of California,
Congressmen Knowland and McKin-
p:sMigt n 11 ho arranged for 11 rtop
,uit - r il Honolulu.
"We had 11 dim trip down," de-
d.ued I'urter lljiup tliid morning
."Th" tveithrr left little In be de
Hied, The Honolulu dclegatl6n as-
slslid In making the o).igc n most.
Hut few pastonLrrs will Join th
tMheiln nt this port for the Orient
.'I he wind Is si hi dillod b) II llnrk
fold Co. In roll for Japan ports.
.Manila mid Hongkong nt . o'clock..,
1 lie through use iik nines ciguiv
eight i.iblfi, ten sernml-ilnss, thirty
two Japanese uml L'ZS Chinese.
The git-ater bulk nf the freight'
will be left at .lip in mid tho I'hll-
Iip'ms .In .laptmsy polls will n'A
hnigtil nt at ly llo thousand balo" B
i f initnti ! Mi'jjarge spinning inlll.a
of Osa!v. v Cor the Philippines theroju
j 111 e seinrul jliousaud inns of uP3j
iiuei.. es wvu an upiiiiuiiiiiwu, t
1 The piedltted shake-up whit li was
believed would take place on the SI-
berla following tho wholesale clean-
lug cut of ollltus on tho sister ship,
Kort.i, stttled down to hut olio
(Continued on Pace 0)
the conduit sjsteni wns undertaken
with the expresi authority nml np-
proiul nf the Superintendeut of 1'nli-u
He Winks. Ciiilt's nlllduvit also dn-jj
times lli.it the action was brought
nt the pieseut time after tho Ishu-'j
mite of builds to II name tho recoil- j
Mini null (l Hie Hjmeiil ill causa ihu
(Miitu i Telephoiii) Company ns great "fl
n loss ns iosslble.
, 1 1 11 in nml u tiflliliit.lt utfiliil Hi 11 ( IF
I lllllllllll I a lUllllHMl ((kilt lMV ,
Hie piesept recunstriictlnn work lit
Fiinpemled II would cause the Mutual
Telephone Company 11 loss of oveY
JC0UU n mouth.
lav of the same State, ami Congress'-,'
man Kinkaid of Nebraska, were le
gitimately interested in Alaska coaU
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 31.-1
'Senator Paynter of Kentucky, one of 1
the Uemocratio members of tne uai-;
linger investigation committee, ten
dered l.:s r'Slenation today as arl
member of that committee.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 31. J
A new Statehood scheme was pre-l
sented in the Senate today, when the J
committee reported a lubstitute for.l
the bill passed hy the House. Tbitl
nrtion will delav Statehood leguU-jj
tion considerably and possibly ";
vent definite action at this ksi.m,