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Evening. . Bulletin
From Ban Francisco j
VI'liPlmlnn .Apr. 19
tor San i'rnticisco: ,
Asia Apr. 23
Mnrnnui ............ .Apr. 2'J
Mnkiini Apr. 26
If there is ANY day on which
your store's ad SHOULD be printed,
Is there, then. ANY DAY on which.'
it should NOT I
Arc thcic some days on which it
is not ncccssnry to advertise your
store? Some days when cittcrprisa
may be suspended?
Secures the news and hence many subscribers
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4500.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, M0NDAY APRIL 18, 1910. 10 PAGES. . ,
PRICX 5 CENT
APPEAL FOR SUFFRAGE
HALF MILLION W0ME1
Escape Fury Of
Cable Tells Of
Kong And Other Mining
A cablo telling iif llio escape of n rlcin engineers of whose rcoapo Ilia
eroun-nf Ainorlc.iii tiilnlnc riiclnncrti
anil the safety of Ills brother from the
murderous fmy ,r tho Chinese niiilu
i f-.,n,. r.,.,,5 ,..... ,i,i.
"CI "; wiiiixtj "vni v "-'
morning hy Itev. V. T. Kong of till
city. The cablo Is hrlcf but states
that IiIh brother, a mining engineer,
end his two fellow engineers a Mr.
Humphreys of Hcrkclcy, California
nail an engineer named Shcaior, whose
homo Ih bellovcd to bo In Chicago.
S. T. Kong, of whoso safety tho
cable tells. Is well known in Ilono-
lulu having been educated a' I'unahott
and afterward nttended Columbia and
graduated from tho department of
mining cnglnccilng. Ho parsed through
Honolulu a short time ago with u
largo consignment of mining mucliln-
cry which he purchased In tho Kant
to be used In connection with tho Chi-
nese Impcrtnl Smelting Works which
Is located at Changsa. Tho two Amo-
Declares Positively That He Is
Not Interested In The -
"I nqtpr mentioned tho subject ot
Prlar land's In Mr. A. !'. Thajcr,
liner even used Hip word land In
any coiyicctlon whatsoever, ami I
never s-iw much of Mr. Thayer whllu
he was hcie," stntqdjl. I", Dilling
ham this morning.
In continuation, Mr. Dillingham
said; "Why should MrThajer use
my name any1 more than other pco
p'es'7 Ho docs not represent inn in
thu Philippines, and to the best of
my hnowli'dgo docs not serin to rep
loscnt any ot the planting commu
nity hcie, In tliCKo Krlar lands."
Mr. Thayer left this city for Maf
nlla tho latter part ot December and
arrived at 'tho capital of the Phil
ippines on February 0. He Is sup
posed to huvo left this city with u
sum of Jir,,00Ovvltli which to pur
chase Filur lands In the Philippines.
Upon arrival In" Manila, Mr.
Thayer made It known that ho was
representing tho 11. !'. Dillingham
Company, who were considering a
proposition nf acquiring a largo tract
of lii( with n view to putting It
tiuilcr Biigar. As Mr.' Dillingham
hus stated that ho knows absolutely
BLUE MONDAY SEES
San Francisco Market
Joins Gencrai Disposi
tion To Scl!
Monday morning',, stock market v": 1!,lt"?1M "' ,h,0 "toc,k '"
' coming out Mcllrydo and Olaa hayo
opened about us weak us It has been dropped back to .practically C nnd
nt any time during tho season, and tho broker's commlbslou, Hutchln
tho sules on the hoard proved that K0I "e'B be ubout tho only stock
one of the pe.lodlu.l slumps boa "'i1, h h?ll " - .
The local market has been ronsiil-
u.m, ui.uunMi.nr... ... w.lulu us,.
was woiimy, wan tne particular ram
nt (he. Hxt'hango session being niailo
on Puauhau and Mellrydo,
cable tells, arc employed with Dr.
Kong by tlie Chinese. guvornment und
uiien fnll fnr limm wlum
ftp , "came T if the lir.ii.ly riots tlntl
.. LT"L,," n..'1"",' u..1.
it4 iiirill I'lllll Vil IIIU llkl tllllllllU lli
the pinvlnco nf Chnngsa. The news,
cihlcn received yesterday told of tho
ninnlerH of the Governor of the pro-
vlrco mid his Son unci (dated that tho
foreigners were Hoeing for their llvos
and that more bloodshed was feared
The escape-of The mining engineers
from death or even Rerlous Injury
seems to be rcmarkahlo In view of thu
fact that all of the houses owned hy
the white residents hive been des-
ttoyod by tho mob while the quirtors
rented from Chinese owners havo been
broken Into and looted,
Tho cable makes no reference to the
fnte of tho missionaries who urn wide-
ly scatteied throughout tho province
'and whom It Is feared will fall vie
tlms to-tho passions of llio mob.
nothing about Mr. Thnjcr's doings
or why his name should be used u
tnnnccMon with this laud deal, there
seems to be bomo misunderstanding
Mr. Thayer Is now In Manila and
a report has been circulated locally
that he has just purchased ten thou
sand acres at $11. tin par ncro of the
Ciilamhu Krlar estate, Laguna prov
ince, near Manila these lands tiro
supposed to bo rich sugar lands
and that he contemplates making
sumo additional putchnscs In the
Ilofoio Jcnvlng llonolnlu, Mr.
Thayer accepted a position under
Dr. V. S. Clark, In tho census of
fice. Do left this position and pro
ceeded at once to the Philippines for
tho purpose, so ho stated, of acquir
ing Friar lands In which several
local linns were Interested,
Ileforo leaving for Washington,
1). C, Walter Dillingham stated to
a II ti I I o t I n representative thur
ho know absolutely nothing about
those Krlar lands, and so far as Mr
Thaei- was concerned, Dillingham
Interests were not being handled by
What upset tho market mora than
anything else Is tho drop In tho
pi (fo of Oaliu Sugar. This stock
sold between boaids at II fi, with
;i(i.37.r quoted its tho asking pi Ice,
Nor has Kwn spruced up ns might
huyo been expected under tho luflu
enco of n two por-cont. extla dlvl
deud itupouuccmeiit. This stock was
Ul.U'S bid and 24.:i7-r asked this
morning, although tho extra divi
dend Is forty conts a share, Ha
waiian Cdmmeiclal, though still held
at tU, Muds tho, bidders culling for
it at 4 2, Walulua quotations huvo
orallly ftfrc(.tCl, ,,y tlle nl,0tut0ng
front Sun Krauclsco and an apparent
ly lively desire In -that market (o
Safety Of S.
CHINESE SAFE AT
W o m e n
VASHINOTON. D. C, Apr. 18.
Apncal for suffrage in the name of
half a million women was presented
to Congress today. The monster net!
3l i i,i n. . i.tf
f .i ? ,nc,Ve"1 J lnc asscmoiinp;
f the Woman's Suffrage Convention
in this ciiy.
BUDAPEST. Hungary, Apr. 18.
Ccl. Roosevelt's greeting in this city
was almost that of a mob. A tre
mendous crowd gathered to see him,
and the people were quite beyond the
power of the police to control. The
chief cf police was among those in
jured in the crush. His leg was
broken and many others suffered
CHANG SHA IS
SHANGHAI, Apr. 18. Everything
is reported nttiet at Ctmngsha, the
troops havintr taken control
q,.. ed all disorder.
Tlirc? Sn.inish missionaries are re
nprted drowned as the result of a
Br t sh -ntntoat rttnn ntr down a Ch
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 18.'
Tho House today passed the hill re
quiring publicity for all contribu
tions used in connection with nation
al political campaigns.
SAN .FRANCISCO. Apr. 18.
Beets: 88 analysis 14s. 01-2d; par
ity, 5c. Previous quotation, 14s.
FOR PHONE STOCKS:
Reduced Expense And
Increase Rates Is .
Tolepliono operating expenses ro-
duretl and the price of telephoning
Increased Is sllll the tip Hint socmi
to bo going tho loiinds in connection
with tho pmehaso of Mutual Telephone
" According to one man who hus been
iM.vlnir llu. nlnok ihn iilnn nf ,,.:I.
Justinont contemplated Is to Increase
the rates on business phones and make
n special long distance, charge for
u nnftfEftf n I fi
tPlnlilioliiug to people In tho country, hnina, O. A. Hancock and B. Har
Thls seeniB to bo following out tho n8ztlly ,)f .oa AKOiCH re uko book-
outside a certain city radius. Thu pro-N
sumption or'tb'o 'buyers Is that tho
company will be In u iiosltlon to pay
good sized dividends very soon after
(he qyf system Is Installed,
Two Million,'- Rounds
, In.TlTe Siberia's
" ' Hold-
TEA MEN ARE OFF
1 TO THE ORIENT
Stealer Brings Forty Passengers to
Honolulu. Small Freight, but
One Week's Later Mainland
Mail. - '
, t.p.iitcn pellets for pioiuotlug
pt-nia in Philippine provlnies to tlio
amount .of two million loumU
make up a poYtlon or the cargo that
m being liorn'o to tho Kar Kast by
the Pa Hie Mail liner Siberia, that
mio aloncsldo tho Alnkea wharf at
Id o'clock this morning.
Captain Adrian '.eeder reports a
fair trip down fituu Sail Francisco,
with tho. exception of the first day
nut, when Ohl Neptune kicked up u
little fuss' lis 'the, viv,rcl cleared the
About foity tablu passengers who
will leave' the csrcl at this port
found I cum on the spacious I'uclllc
Mall liner.. This number Includes a
few kani.inln.is who uio returning
fiom visits to the mainland.
The-Siberia brought four hundred
and sixty tons of freight for Mono
lulu. Theio arc two packages
weighing twenty-boveu tons each,
which arc part of the necessary ma
chinery for the equipment of a sug
ar mill. Tho cargo for this port in
cluded but one automobile. Tho Si
beria left Han Krauclsco with C8UU
toii'i. and of this nbout four thou
souirtous will bo left at Manila.
Two carloads of telephone mate
rial for the new Honolulu sytitem
hau arrhed by the Siberia. This
will be weliome news to the sub-
sciiber who Is awaiting an Improved
A shipment of 2500 bales of raw
Cl)l,,)" wl". I,u Ml ul 'n-ni"o ports
'" '" '" l"uning u.mpiuies i
Tol.lo and Osaka
Thu Siberia is making a special
trfp to Manila In order to discharge
the largo government nil go. Con-
jkequently, thu vessel will cut out
Shanghai and Hongkong on the out
Among those who at rived at Ho
nolulu this morning liy-lho liner Is
l.ouls Ayies, who ropiesents tho Now
York firm of architects who havo to
do wllli the plans for the now Fed
eral building, Mr. Ay res will make
a (archil Investigation t.f tho local
situation and a (unterenco hus been
arranged between Mr. Ayrcs ami
the various heads of Federal depart
ments. He expects to romaln hero
fur sufficient time to gel a pretty
good lino upon tho requirements of
the Federal departments ns It per
talus to enlarged quarters.
llruce Cartwrlght Jr. Is returning
from a mainland trip In tho Interest
of business and pleasure.
Colonel A. (1. lluwes was also an
arrival by thu essel. Ho has been
on it business trip to thu Coast.
Forty live tea bujors ale travel
ing by the I'uclfic Mall liner, for vur
ious ports In tho Orient to muko
purchases of the new-season crop,
The toa men hall from dlfleiciit
cities, and are led by J, Walter Clif
ton, who is Known as "tho dudo of
thn tea men," Tho party Includes
Alexander Campbell, E. Quacken-
bush, A, C. lllyer, J, C, Sclgfrled, F,
K. Kornold, W. A. Wilson, W. 8,
King. J. W. Odoll, Arthur Ilollyer,
w 1Iollmoyor, .'ro,i Oglovlo, J,
ne,:or, w:, "' ''latow' E" J' CoWil"
""(I I.. I'. I JO.
' J. C. Alnsworlh and It. W. I.owls
of Portland and their families are
pashengors on thu Siberia for Yoko-
c" f.or Ynkojmm.. M.s Hyde Smith
(Continued on Page fi)
De a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night.
R fi d ID 0 nd
LONDON, Apr. 18. Powerful sup-
nnrt fnr the T.ihjrnl Onvernmnt
came todav from the Redmondites.
when it wil nnnounced that thev
would sappoit the Lloyd-George bud- murdprer, has not ben seen by any- Another theory, a lo how lirjco,
get at all slaves, 'ihu is believed to 0,la lllco half past two o'clock mi ph hi,. notice whllu coming tg tho
assure a solid majority on one of the Friday afternoon, wh6n he wa no- Fw, end of ilm clly I that the o
great issues Of the recent elections, "'d by u Jnpaiusn out near tho rupee nileicd tho water near tlio'
. end of the car lino at Diamond Head, fire nwiinmli:-i baths ut Walklkl;
That an linpottnnt change of
Tinnt has been made by Itedmond
may be understood from the follow-
lug taken fiom a Hiitlsli paper of
Mr. John Redmond, In a speech
at Dublin) said that the great Issue
at tlio election was not tho budget
or land reform. It was Homo Utile
for lioland. Thu veto of thu Uirils
stood against Homo Utile, ami tho
icBiilt of tho election had been lo re-
turn ii majority of over 120 li gainst
tho Lords' veto and In favor of Homo
Uulc. anil oven If Ireland wcro not
leckoncd at all there would lie u
puicly llrlllsli majority- of sixty-two
against the Lords and in favor of
Home Itule. I
Tho pledge that decided tlio IrlslT
Par y to support the Llbcial Tarty
was thu Prime Minister's pledge that
neither he nor his colleagues would
oer assume or retain odlcc again un-,
less they wcro given assurances that,
they would bo able to curb and limit '
the veto of tlio Uinls. (Applause )'
Ho hud alwnys regarded Mr. Aequlth!
ns a mau or Ills word. II was incon
(eh able that In this matter Mr. As
qullli should now waver. (A voice:
"Don't let hlm," and loud applause.)
"To do so," said Mr. Uedmond,
"would In my Judgment, bo to wreck
tho Liberal Party and lo drho Ihcni
for tho next twenty years Into the
wllde-i-Mi, mid I won't Insult hlm by
sugges lug lint lm has any audi In
tcnthm " (liOinl applies.').
"If Mr. Asqulth Is not In a position
to say thai he has such guarantees
is arc n'cpssury to enable hlm to pass ,
a Veto Hill this year and proposes to
pass Hip Iludget Into law and adjourn
the eto qui'Hllon I s-iy that Is th"
IHillry that Ireland c-mnot and will
not approve." (ICnthnsliisllc nnd uro
longed npplaiiso. thu wlmlo romp my
rising to their feet.
In conclusion Mr. flrilmiiml s:.l.
hat ho would aiilinnllnntn every other
question even tho Iludget, Id Ihn ouo
niu-allun of Homo Pule If ll"'i r"
were to bo put aside, then bo would
light llio Iludget. 1
Brother Of Tsai T'ao
Ordered T(o Study
Honolulu will ngulu havo an iipjsir
(unity of extending a lormul w-elcomo
to n Chinese Prince, According lo In
formation that was received when
Pi luce Tsal Tno an I veil In Hawaii,
his elder hiother has ben decided iiion
us the man who will como to thu Unit
"d States to make a study of Ihu navnl
system of the country with tlio possi
bility of extending his trip of educa
tion to ICurope.
Thu sending of thu two princes ot
tho Chln-se Imperial household to
study tho art of war Is taken us an
Indication of the Ideas of progress that
havo taken hold of tho present rulor
of the' Umpire.
There Is a geueiul feullng of hostil
ity lo l.oi d LI tho son of LI Hung
Chumj, who nccompnulcd Pilnco Tsui
T'ao. Lord LI Is' not gifted with tho
diplomatic: nballltles that characteriz
ed his distinguished father and by
Ills disregard of thu bonis of tho pro
gram or entertainment has loft behind
hlm anything but pleasant feelings
among the local Chinese. '
S0H0ENVILLE. Pa., Apr. 18.
One thousand strikers are out of the
nressed steel car works, Riots were
incidents of the day,
Of Fugitive Still Heidi
In Custody By The
Sheriff Jarrett Is of the opinion
tlmt. Aiulprson (iinre, thu eiicaped
The Japanese thought nothing of tho
nialtPr, as ho was nrcuitonicd to
seeing prisoners out that way and
had not heard of I he escape of llrarp,
While thcni Is no doubt that
draco's first net wuuld bo to change
his striped suit for less cuusplcuoui
garments, there Is no .positive proof
that ho took the suit of brown
clothes from u. house on School
street. II Is very probable that he
did lake tho clothing and blankets,
'hut the story of Ciinoll, who nllcgcs
that Oraco a posted him and Hrrow-
ed some lobacco. Is thought In be on
a par with a plprdieam of unolh't
Customs Officials At San Fran
H. K. Mansfield
HAN l'llANCISCO, Apr 10. Orl
entul stuffs lo tho value of rfvcrul
Hundred dollars, undeclared, In the
luggage of II. K. Mansfield of Now
Yuik, who was a passeugor on the
slciiner China, arriving jesterday
fiom the Orient, was seled by the
cifstoms inspectors, under Chief
Hoarding Olllcer Charles Stpphous
mid ordoiPd confiscated by Collector
of tho Port Stratum. A roll of silk
worth f Ml, which Mansfield smuggled
ashore under tho eye of Collector
Stiu halite's men at Honolulu, and
whlrjf he shipped by Wells, Fargo
& Co.'s Kxpicss, was also seleil
Mansfield was permitted to retain n.
number of necessities which he had
declared after ho paid the duty,
Tho smuggled articles In tho Now
Yorker's baggage Included. Jewelry,
silverware, rubles, silk shawls and
handkerchiefs, embroidered waist
patterns, ostrich feathers and other
I'nr Knstcrn wares of raro vitluo.
Mansf.eld proved hlniEolf mi
adept In tho alt of secreting, hut
apparently did not figure that tho
Hun Francisco customs olllclnts woio
r.o alert of vitlon and penetrating of
Told Fellow Passengers.
Mansfield .hud endeavored to In
duce sevciul of his fellow passed
gelB lo lake home of llio stuff ashore
firr hlm, and It was from them that
Hoarding Olllcer Stephens got the tip
that tho traveler's luggage was a
riot of goods which ho had failed
to Include In his declaration, ' One
pufcsougcr, J. J Johnson, accommo
dated Muiisllold to tho oxtent ot tah
lug a few matih boxes, but ho was
quick lo tell the (initials all about
It uftcr Stpphous hud uffured one or
As Mansfield, largo of person and
feature, with an Immense diamond
Hashing from his Ho, walked bland
y pff tho gangplank, Hoarding Ofll
cor Stephens stepped up and tapped
hlm on tlio arm, Mansllold looked
up and when he saw the Inspectors
his jaw dropped, and likewise his
fancy cigarette holder.
Stephens told him pf tho tnforma
.Hon lie hud received and Mansfield
man iliat ('.race la rcBlutered at tlio j
Young Hotel In illiujiilsa ur n woman.
and, wading out to when' th6 water
Jul reaelud his neck, then proceed-1"!
ed to mrtkp his w,. along the ircf(
to urn- Camp Ver, where he einert;-,
cd finmth" water nfier dark, and.
tiiudo his way to the house on School
turret where ho obtained clothing,
Chief MrDiilllu was out all nlcht
on the hunt for tho man. but no
truce has been, so fur, found of him.
It Is thought that within a. few dnya
m-iiio i.lgiiR of (Irace will be dlscnv-
ered. lie wl I haw to come out fpc
food, and then It will bo through.
tin ". quelling" of homeono from
(Continued on. Page- 4)
prompt!) admitted that It was truoj
lliat he failed t- declare a tow
tilings In his Luggage.
"Hut they lo nothing to 'peak of."
In laughed after a futdilou when ha i
lecmcied IiIh breath. Ho Wj. very
Continued on Pncc -1.
MAKE A BIG HIT
Aloha Temple Represen
tatives Arrive In Good
NHW OIILCANB (La). April 11
Sail I'rnuclsco Shrlnerii hao c.intuicd
New Oilcans ns they ino uu-ry otli-"
or co(neiiion ciiy tney liuo attenueu
iliiiiug the meetings of tlio Noblest of
tho Mystic Slirino Tlify arrived hero.,
today, and there has not been a, dulltl
moment In their ranks oc uiouud their ;
licailipiarterB at tho llrpcdmud Holer,
bluco they landed '
i llcfoin the Mlimrnnolli.Mt Paul Kli
filci had left (he st-itiuu. the soeclall
train fiom Catlnrnla arrived On tbla.S
i rain wcro ieproseiitP.1 l..iin Tcmplql
from S.iu Francisco Al Mnlalkah (rotul
U Angeles Aloha Toiiiplo fiom Ho,"
iioliilu and livrnk Teniple from Itonuj
Nov ' 'j
Having started for N't w (li leans mi J
Allircli 2r,'i the Noble-, riuin Illllnduln j
wcro Kind .In slop riding Tho Nobles.'
rpprtMeiilng Alolm- nil reprpRentatlveu
to Hie liiipeilnl Coiiiicll wei-e Janioi
McCiiiiiUcsm Frn-1 I pwl: , Chillies Mill- -rny
nnd W 11. Young
Thpro wero ninety-two Koliles. .In ',
nil, on thu train, and considering thul
illstnuco It was one or the hotablo aW 1
rivals, They were tout at t t K'lt
liy the Jerunnlem Patrol ot ifew Oi3
leans and a largo fommlltco of Newlj
Orleans ShrilierH. who escorted tlioj
San Iranclsco delegallon to tho DomvJ
cliand Hotel. Tonlclit parlors A. Ill
and C nt tho Dcpcchuud uro a blaio otj
light and brilliancy, where tho Pad-"
no islam Templo li holding Its first