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10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1010. 10 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTi.
MEANS THOUSANDS FOR MISO IMPORTERS
WETS WIN IN CENTRAL ST ATE CITIES
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Of Local Search
William J. Dowden Man For
Whom U. S. Marshal Has
All ot Iho detective resources or tlio
United States government In Hawaii,
have been called Into service In con-
nccllon with the rrtort boltn? made by
the Department of JiiBtlcu to locate'
Wllllnm .1. Dowden. who lied from San i
Francisco after embezzling largo sums
of money from tlio Crockoi Natluniil,
Dunk of the. Pacific Const mitropolls. ,
Dowden Is the man for whom the
United Stn'CB Marshal's omco has
been conducting n secret search for
necral weeks, the conclusion now be
ing that he Is not hiding here and thai
ho did not como to Hawaii In an effort
to evade the long arm of the law.
Dowden is a California mail and has
many friends In Hawaii to whom the
Information of the chargo ngaliiBt him
will como ns n shock. It U stated that
a liking for tho gay life ot San Frnn-
Wynne's Friends Stil
Hope To Save Him
Plan To Address Petition To
President Taft-Point To
Although tho sentence of death has
been affirmed by tho United States
Supremo Court, the friends ot John
Wynne, tho convicted slayer of Archi
bald McKlnnon havo not yet given up
It Is now Btated that a petition will
be drawn up and sent to President
Taft with a request that Wynno's sen
teneu of death be commuted to life
ImprUoument. As a precedent thcro
will be pointed at the action ot tho
Department of Justice In authorizing
United States District Attorney Dree-
LIBRARY TO MOVE
TO YOUNG HOTEL
Beginning April IB, tho library wljl
bo closed for an Indefinite llmo not
loss than two weeks to give opiKii
tunlty fur transfer ot books to tho
ney quagiora. Tho temporary quart
ers havo not bnen definitely settled
iiKin iib yet, but it Is moio than pi oh
able that the vacant store udjolnlug
tho Commercial Pacific Cablo Co.'s of
fice will be. rented.
Tho present building will soon bo
torn down to mnko room for tho new
Y. M. 0, A. building. Tho building
committee of tho V. M, C. A. will do
cldo upon tho vnltlo of tho bricks In
thu library building before these aro
ji tit up for auction, as Iho architects'
plans may or may not luvolvo the use
nf this building material.
Local architects have been notified
that their plans must bo In by Mon
day, April 11 at p. m. Plans from
the States are duo not later than the
arrival of tho Nippon Mnru on April
Tho first Bet of plans wero deliv
ered ni. the Y. II. C. A. this morning
nnd It Is expectod that at least ten
pets will bo submitted of which eight
will bo from local nrchltects.
The consideration of tho plans will
begin April 13 and will tnko not lens
than two wrekB tp decldo which Is thu
most ndnp'od for, local requirements.
Tho men who will decldo upon tho
plans aro as follows; Building Com
mittee T. Cllvo Duvles, chairman;
A. rjurtloy, F. J. Lowroy, W. T. Hull,
clrco nnd desire to woo fortune quick
ly through tho medium nf the raea
track Is responsible for hU downfall
It was-flrst ho'.leved that Dowden
eame to Hawaii after le'ivlng New
York to which city hu was flrft traced
after his (light from Ban Francisco.
Dowden held down a rcBiionslble po
sition. In tho Crocker National bank,
being employed as collection teller,
lie Is an expert accountant and until
he Hod from the city Just heforo the
discovery of his ilefnicatlo-is wbb con
sidered a trusted and reliable em
tt Is now believed probnlle that ho
Is In hiding In South or Central Amer
ica which generally proves to he a
safe asylum for the absconders from
tho United States.
kons to accept n plea of murder In
tho second ilcgrco from Anderson
Oince. who murdered Watchman Mahu
on tho United States reservation at
It Ib stated that action will be taken
by tho friends of Wynne In their effort
to save the life of tho convicted mur
derer. Wynne was convicted and sentenced
before United States Judgo Dele, and
will ho resentenced upon the oirtclal
unification of tho affirmation by tho
i United States Supremo Court of the
i original (sentence, of death.
II. A. Cooko. Tho directors of the
Association It. H. Trent, president:
a, S. Waterhouso. H. O. Dillingham,
C. H. Atherton, F. D. Lowroy, Ed
Towfo, W. T. I'opo, W. A. Lovo. Ilobt.
Anderson, II. J. Pratt, Judgo Alexand
er Lindsay, Jr. These, two bodies will
form a committee to choso tho plans,
tho Ilulldlng Committee acting first.
, IN JEEP WAfER
Tho American barkcntlno Amaranth,
from Mulkltro, with a Bhlpment of
lumber for Pearl Harbor dockB went
aground In sand and coral In tho chan
nol leading Into tho now government
harbor lato yesterday afternoon, but
was successfully floated at high tide
The vessel Is Bald to havo sustain
ed no damage. The Amaranth was
blown out of tho usual course und Is
1 said to havo grounded between the
number threo and five marking buoys.
That tho Evangelical Asboclatlon nt
Onliu, which met this morning nt Knu
makaplll Church, Intends to make
strenuous efforts to stamp out tho li
quor traffic In Ilnwall nol, Is evidenc
ed by tho fact that two or tlib best
qualified speakers have been selected
to speak tonight on tho prohibition
problem. Tho speakers nro the Itev.
J. W. Wadman and Rov. Win. B. Olo
eon. How did Peru dare to present Wil
liam J. Ilryan a gold modal? lint
perhaps. It has a sliver lining. Troy
WASIHNQTON, D. C. Apr. C
President Taft today canceled his
contemplated visit to the city of In
This created Quite a sensation in
political circles, and this was in no
way i educed when it became known
that the reason for the President's
it . . . .
the Republican State convention on
The President explained his posi
tion by stating that he has no de
sire to prove discord and will there
fere keep away from Indiana.
PITTSBURG. Pa.. Apr. 6. An
other prominent citizen was caught
in the net of the craft prosecution
today, when an indictment was
returned against Frank Hoffstot.
banker and manufacturer. He is
charged with having bribed mem
bers of the city council.
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WASHINGTON. D. C, Apr. 6.
The report of the military court of
inquiry created in connection with,
the Brownsville incident was made
publio today. The court affirms the
guilt of the troops, who, it will be
remembered, were members of one
of the colored regiments of the
ROOSEVELT IS DINED. S
ROME, Apr. 6. -Col. Roosevelt
was honored today at a dinner given
in his honor by the municipal au
thonties of Rome. The affair was
without special incident.
UNBELIEVER IN BOYCOTTS.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr, 6
The President in a statement made
today expressed his unbelief in boy
WASHINGTON, D. 0 Apr. 0.
The House today passed the bill
granting' the franking privilege for
mail sent out by ex-Presidents and
the widows of ex-Presidents,
The (Irlm Reaper roamed tho high
seas and found a brief resting-place
on board the Matson Navigation
iteamer Lurllno one night last week,
during the voyage down from Sum
The victim, however, was a mule
Just a plain, uuornamental, spike-
tailed recruit for the American
army, and Intended tL be pressed
Into Borvlco In hlklng'tlie trails or
In front ot supply wagons, currying
succor to engineering corps men
who are at work doing topographi
cal stunts on the Island ot Oahu.
The Important fact concerning
the demise, of Maud for that was
tho favored appellation attached to
the deceased equine was that thin
was the first death that hag occur
red on the BtenmerN Lurllno sinco
that vessel has been In commission.
Purser Warren reportB an un
usually pleasant and Bmootli trip.
The good ship Lurllne covered the
1 distance between Sun Krnnctsco and
Honolulu In u little under six days,
action is yesteruay s ueciaration onto ti i in possession ot a uuie,. give
The Lurllne met the Pacific Mall " 0' stanco In arriving at a inoru
liner Siberia nt noon on March 3lilonilcalilo settlement of their differ-
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I tuonimucu on rage a.)
POLICE HAVE EYE ON
Sheriff Jarrett Is fully prepared for
any trouble that may arlsj through
tho Kusslans who oro at present camp
ed at Iwllel. All three watches of tho
police force aro In constant readiness
for tho emergency call, nnd In n very
short space of tine tho officers would
nmddeVtfi nHlnnry watch on duty
last night anollslr watch slept nt tho
IKiIlce station, and the third watch was
notified to be ready at any moment to
So far the UusVanB have given no
trouble but It Jm thought that tho
pinch of hunger Will make n dineronoo
as soon as the money with which they
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Chief of Detectives .McDufTle reports
that there have' boon numerous com
plaints mad" to htm about the dlsnp
"pariicn of tho morning milk from tlio
bnals nt somo down town houses.
This may or may not have some con
nection with tho congregation of Im
migrants at Iwllel.
Two Membars Of Thetis
Crew Captured On
Two deserters from the
wero caught nn'tiuard the Sierra I
Just before the steamer left for the'
Coast. The two men, whose names
are Robert McKInney and S. J. Cra
mer, havo been mUsIng for some
time, and the police department has
had their description for u weeK
Harry Clark, of tl police force,
from Information received, had rea
son to believe that the two desert
eis had obtained Jobs on the Sierra
as stewards. This morning Clark
and another officer went on board
tho hunt, and after u short talk with
the purser and chief steward, went
Into tho saloon, and there saw tho tlou had elicited tho fact under cross
two wanted men hnsv nnllshlni- mi examination that ono of the aged Ce-
some silverware. ilestlsls had heard nothing ot the pal
i, . i '..... ... -i.'knu'gamo going tin. although. lie was
uiiuu using areusieii oy inu puntu,
nmrpru Mm lw liiils IIibv unv llmvl
omcers, ine two laus mey say uieyi
are only nineteen years of age de
nled their Identity. However, they!
filled the bill as fur us the written
descrlptlon of theni wont
vnnt nn,l ll,v
wore taken to th
wlicrn fin mrninliinttnti tt
hr,.n.!.n,v iitr,.M rnvenip.i me
fact that a number of letters ad-
dressed In their proper names were Al,orlHv Davls started out his ora
on hand. I tlou by conipllmentlng tho Chief of
The two lads then admitted that Detectives on his ability and good
they wero from the Thetis, and they , work; then tho Judgo got a llttlo pack
were conducted below, there to wait age handed him and finally Prose
till the revenue cutter returns to cutor Brown was alluded to In such
', I flattering terms that he actually
po"' blushed irnd told Davis to "out It out:
GO TO WASHINGTON
A party of five Russians, ono of
whom is believed to bo Vlschneft, tho
Muscovito agitator, whoihas been res
ponsible for a large amount ot dis
satisfaction being spread broadcast
among tho recent arrivals from Sibe
ria, left very suddenly for the coaBt.
at noon today they being passengers
in mo ucemiic sieuuier oivrru.
Tho Russians appeared at tho down
town office ot tho steamship company
Just' a llttlo heforo the sailing of tho
Sierra. They purchased steerage tic-
tTbo more t, "lernberallr-ovided
with money and their passage was l""cu i"y " niuBijtaii ..h ... .u .
paid out from purses which appcarod schooner Matthew Turner from her It Is quite probable that the
to be well filled with American gold, restlng-plnce on tho reef at slv schooner will be brought to Hono.
Tho men or at least ono of them is o'clock this morning. lulu for examination and needed re
understood will proceed lo Washing- The Alexander & Baldwin reprc- pairs. The vessel IS of such bIzo
ton, It being the Intention to there (tentative nt Kahulul wirelessed this that she can readily, be hauled up
lay their troubles heforo tho Russian morning as followBi on tho rrmrlne railway. It Is bo-
moassauor io ine uiumi nines, no
i..i. r..r.: .;....V..r . ..
euees wun mo piumers.
CHICAGO, Apr. 0. A general re.
version on the liquor question was
evidenced today in the returns from
the elections held in cities and
Illinois. Wisconsin. Ne
braska and Colorado.
number of these cities and towns
voted "wet," changing from
year, wnen tney were camea oy me
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SEVEN YEARS .
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 0. Mi
chad 7. Conboy, the policeman con
victed'.of manslaughter, was .sen
tenced today to seven years in the
REGRET BY TAFT
WASHINGTON, D. C. Apr. 6.
Cardinal Gibbons visited President
Taft today and during the confer
ence talked over the Roosevelt-Vatican
incident at Rome. Both the
President and the cardinal expressed
regret that mi eh n situation ihodlil
have arisen. ' i
At the ikjIIcu court this morning a
bunch of soven Chinese faced Judgu
Andrade on a charge of gambling In a
cemctety. Tho locality did not make,
tho crlmo any graver, but thu evi
dence showed a tunny state of affairs.
George A, Davis appeared, for tho
defendants and his speech on
in lholr ue-
half was a mastcrplcco, Thdprosecu
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,,..,, ,,, nmn ...nu rnnninir full
who was conducting the memorial ser-
vices wa nrnvl.iL-so lou.l Ih.t Iho re.
marks of the alleged gamblers could
noi l... lmnni
. There was rank iwrjury committed
by one Bldo or the other In the case.
hut llin verdict WHta irnlltv ns hnrirnil.
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mm sum i iiiik nues 1101 uiigresi inu. t
Davis scorned the Idea that' he ever
should row with Brown, and then
tirnpnr.ilf.i! with hid nflrtroau tr. Ihn
court. TJiere wob nothliig doing In
the acquittal Hue, however,, and the
gamblers wero lined Boven dollars
each. Davis at ouco appealed tho caso
to the hlghor court and bonds were set
at 115 each,
OFF THE REEF
Apr, 0, The
W-'"" ,?" t Intrepid c
"Sclioqner Turner was towed off
'" reef by the Alexander & Bald
w" I" l',ll "alowln and Matson
Navigation tug Intrepid at 6:15 this
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Judge Dole Reverses New York
Decision In Miso
A decision that means thousands of
dollars In tho rocke.s of Japanese Im-
lioiters In thu Territory of Hawaii was
handed down In the United States
"'..-.in III iiiu ivitnu
court by Judge Dole this morning on Collector of tho port on thu ground
the appeal of II, Fiiji)ania from a de- that in I ho en mo within thu clnsslflca
clslon of the Hoard of General Aii- Hon of preserved egctables. It was
pinlsers. New York.
Judge Dole handles the complicated
dutiable status of the Japanese nr'.fclo
known at mlso In an oxhnustho man
ner und reaches the conclusion that It
Is taxable nt twenty per cent ad va
lorem, instead of forty per cent ns
preserved vegetable or n "sauce'
The decision by Judge Dob. sustains
the contentions made by Attorney K. niakaml who showed n familiar knowl
C. Peters, attorney for Fujiyama Tho edge of the production of mlso, hav
protest entered by Peters on tho class- Ing been by his own account, a maun
Ideation by Collector of the Port faeturer of tho article for eight scars
Htnckalde of forty-five casks of whit (Continued on Page 4)
Assured For Summer
Santa Clara Team Will Come For
Six Wee,ks-Waseda To
W. V. Harris received a letter Waseda nine, from Japan, will ar
from P. A. Mcllenry, manager of rive in time to practise on tho locul
the Santn Clara baseball team, this diamonds before the big games, nnJ
morning by the I.urlluc. All doubts tho Borlcs should be a most Inter
as' to whether tho college nine cstlng one.
would come to Honolulu or not.' Tho Kelo University team Ib go
were dispelled. The Santa Claras Ing through to Mfchlcon. nn.l It
will i.nv an i.--..,..! ..'i.
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Wle international serlos win start on
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'oenl J01 0WcrH or t"e national game
have had for many a long day. Tho
WERE UNOCCUPIED ,
It Is regrettnble that a big trans-
Pacific liner was permitted to sail
from Honolulu for San Francisco this
morning with 'a llttlu over ono third
of her available first cabin passenger
Such was the case with the depart-
uro or the oceanic Steamship Sierra,
which sailed for tho coast at 1?-15 to
Tho 8lena departed taking C8 per
sons in the first cabin. The vessel left
tho port with oer thirty empty cab
"We could have oaslly accommodat
ed ono hundred and sixty additional
passengers lu the first class alone,"
remarked Purser Tom Smith Just be-
fore the lines of the big vessel wero
, it t: n :: n :t n :: a tt tt tt tt tt it n
uttln ' water, hull
now In the harbor at Kahulul. and
Moved that the vessel suffered con
Blderuble straining nt her seams
through the pounding on tho reefs,
The Turner brought a shipment
..a .. t A .. it. .i
vi imrmes iu inu Aiaui pori.
in No ns sauce, with a duty levied ac
I The General Appraisers nt New
ork sustained thu assessment
York sustained thu assessment of tho
irom mis derision that appeal was
taken to the United States Court,
Referring to the testimony on the
roustltiients and manufacture of mlso
before 'the Hoard of General Apprais
ers at New Yoik Judgo Dolo says:
"The court took-tousldorablu testi
mony on both sides of tho question.
The wltui-ss for the Imnorter wns Yn-
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miiiin. iniui)' pmy a game Will 10 in
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however, thrtt Is to mnko the sn-i-
ukuh.si ine iwo lorat leagues ana
tho Santa Claras.
Continued on Page 4.
cast oft and shu .vent out In tho
What the Sierra Incked In passen
gers, she however madu up lu tho
oliime nnd vnluo of her cargo. Ono
of thu principal items on tho freight
list was 25,000 sacks of sugar. Tho
vessel also curried 1000 sacks coffee,
''C'j tacks rlco, 60.fi ernlcb pines n.id
7200 cases of tinned 'pineapples and
nn assortment of miscellaneous pro
ducts. Tho depnrturo of tho vessel drow
lit nn nnilftllnlll- luri-n rnnnn,iFaA?nf
out nn unusually largo concourso?of
people to the Oceanic wharf. All thu
.regulars who fiom llmo linmemmlal
j'Ao become chronically addicted to
"tho steamer habit" wero on hand.
There wns a profusion of lels.nnd ono
1 1 Idu and groom wo i) grated with a
"1 o'of assorte'd colo.'oj .'onfetll und
u thower of rice.
In the bsstownl of fheso hymeulal
tributes several bystanders had occa
sion to heartily wish that tho "Fool
Killer" could linva been present and
carried on his work of extermination
at Iho Sierras departure.
Tho steamer w'aB delayed two hours
owing to the largo amount of cargo
which waB nffeied nt the last moment.
In the steerage. sovcnt)-threo pas
sengers hud booked A mall for tho
mainland umountliig to 312 sacks was
Mr. and Mrs. R, J, Buchly wero
among those departing by the vessel.
Mrs. W. M. nitlard also left for tho
coast by the Sierra. II. E. Peters and
his brldo. neo Miss Mjirla Mutch, com
menced their honeymoon by taking
pnssago tor tho coast A. A. Young.
Mrs; Young threo children nnd maid"
also departed by tho liner.
The Hawaiian band played the
steamer off. Berger'B selections
ranged from grao to gay.
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