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1G PAGES. HONOLULU, TEMtlTOIlY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1910.1O PAGES.
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To Circuit Courts
To Be Tried In U. S. ,
ThreoOf tho United States officials
who nro named na defendant In the
$10,000 damages Riilt brotisht by Leo
I-ct, tliu Chlnesu merchant, object to
going to trial In the circuit court of tho
Territory, The three defendants nam
ed In tho Biilt brought by tho attor
neys for Lee Lot arc United States
District Attornoy Ureckons. Collector
of the Port Stacknble and his deputy
II. A. Taylor, The liamage suit was
brought against them on the groimt
that thoy forcibly entered tho prom
ises, of I.eo I- t to search for contra
band opium which they did not find.
A petition for the removal of thtt
enso from tho Jurisdiction of tho courts
of, the Territory to the United St.ifea
Uirinci woiiri wn ptaceu on niu tin
PEKING, Apr. 23. Reports re -
ceived here today show that rioting ,
has been resumed at Changsha,
where the 'anti-foreign outbreak first
started. The United States cruiser
Cleveland and other foreign warships
have arrived at Hankow.
NEW YORK, Apr. 23. Extreme
simplicity marked the funeral ser-
mains of the late Samuel Clemens.
There was no singing during the ser
vice, and no pall bearers. The ser
mon of Dr. Van Dyke was brief, but
a most impressive tribute.
T'AO GOES EAST
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 23.
Prince Tsai T'ao inspected the mili
tary post at the Presidio this morn
ing and started East this afternoon.
VANCOUVER and Dellinglmm capi
talists have undertaken tho develop
ment of tho hardwood timber resour
ces of the FIJI UlnndB on a large scalo,
flio project involving tho establish
ment of a lino of sailing craft to op
erate between Voncouvor. OiIb city
and Suva carrying British Columbia ,
ill twill kvuai lu Ilia laiailUB U1IU UUUti-
Ing return cargoes of hardwood, A
syndicate composed of J. S. Emerson
of Vancouver, (leorgo V, Iggle of
Uelllngham, J, Wni'd Doll of Victoria
nnd J, Warren Hell of Suva Is behind
this Industrial and Bhlpplng undertak
ing. A large tract of timber land in
tho FIJI Islands, together with tho lar
gest sawmill there and Its logging
equipment, has already been purchas
ed, and -operations aro to be Imme
diately Initiated, Resides exporting
Ilritlsh Columbia lumber to the MJls,
where yards will bo established. It - f tract of land at Walmalu. the deed
tho Intention of tho company to Bhlp ,,, ,. nlnl . ,,, ,
lumber from here, to the Bolonjon and havlnS n filed In the Ilureau of
Sumoan groups, whero dlstiroutlng de- Conveyances today. The land ac
pots wlllbo loenfed. From tlto FIJIs. quired by McCnndless Is IBS acres In
tho vessels of, tho company will return,
to this coast with hardwoods cut In
luge dimensions, for manufacture In
Ilritlsh Columbia and' Puget Sound,
There will be a general distribution
denot for these woods at Seattle and I
milt mill Iia AMntnJ nt 'nnAnvov I
for the manufacture: of the Fijian
hardwood. Into pushes, interior finish-
lnB, veneers, etc, i ' A v. ,-.,
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morning. In tho petition It la alleged
that the nctlon taken by llreckons
Sfackable mid Taylor was taken In
connection with tho enforcement of
the revenue laws of the. United State:'
and that tho ultegcd offenso comer
properly within the Jurisdiction of the
United States court.
It was during tho activity that fol
lowed tho discovery of what appeared
to bo an organized opium ring that
the Jiremlseg of I.eo Let were rallied
by the United States nftlctals. The
suit was filed In tho Circuit Court by
tho attorney for the Chinese mer
chant shortly afterwards.
Tho defendant United States offi
cials now take tho stand thai the ess
Is one Bolely In the Jurisdiction of th'i
reuerni cwn, ,
'Asia From Orient Was
Held At Cinrantinc
Two Klllplno laborers who took nass-
ago on tho Pacific Mall steamer Asia at
Hongkong, and destined for the planta-
tlns on Hawaii, were stricken with
raB"P ahortly after tho vessel left
Thompson as a light one and tho man
was sent ashoro at Yokohama.
The Asia arrived off the quarantine
at 10 o'clock this morning, but the
Kcdoral quarantine, officers upon mak
ing n hurried examination, restricted
the boarding of tho vessel to but ono
official connected with tho several
branches of the service.
Tho Asia brings about nlno hun
dred tons of freight for the port, Thoro
aro four first class passengers to leave
the ship at Honolulu.
In tho steerage, the Asia brought 20
Filipinos, 7 Chinese, 12' Japanese and
The trim Pacific Mall liner met with
some of tho rough and tempestuous
weather encountered by tho transport
I)lx. Tho vessel however Bteamed
along without a great deal of hinder
anre from the elements.
Tho Asia did not go into quar
antine for a fumigation during
her stay at the port. The first cIobs
passengers to the number of sovonty
who aro dostlned for San Francisco,
have been allowed to como ashore.
Tho steerage passengers will bo de
tained at the local quarantine station
for n brief period.
Among tho Honolulu passengers are
O, H. Dickey apd I A. Dickey, who
have been absent on an extended tour
of the .Far East.
Inasmuch as tho Asia has already
served cloven days of her allotted
quarantine nt sea, the vessel will
hardy bo denied 'practlque nt
Francisco becauso of lho Infection
found on board prior to hor arrival at
the Inst Japanese port of call.
The vessel will sail at 6 p. in.
MTANDLESS PAYS .
SI;l,tlllO FOR LAND
h. L. McCanUless has purchased
from Ihn H. XI. Prink fl Kstatfi n. lnrcfl
extent, ami he pays for it the sum
Popo ratifies consistory nominations
a,,d Aubot Wehrlo Is made bishop.
MltelMfltlU lllffrt- III miltllnn rnirnr.l.
Ing Mend Allan's Interpretation of old
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AL AR NOT FOR STRIKES
Striking Points Df
Address in Paris
PARIS, Apr. 23. Col. Roosevelt's
Jtddrcss on "Citizenship in a Repub
lic" was delivered"today at the fa-
nous Sabonne. Every member of the
French Cabinet was present, and a
great many notables were in the au
dience. Mr. Roosevelt was pven a
most enthusiastic reception' by the
student body, and the telling points
of his address were punctuated by
cheering. Mr. Roosevelt's address in
PAUIS, April 23. In his lecture
today nt' the Sorlion'tie, Col. Theodore
Roosevelt spoke on Individual ejtl
lenshlp .In the republics of Krunce
hnd. the. United Slates;' . lu'.nart he.
j"aldf" . . ' 'V-& A'- 4o.
With you1 here, nnd with us In
I ii in
my own home, In tlie, lolrg'run. suc
cess or'fsflure will be-flondltloned
ipon the way 'In which the averago
man, the average woman, does his or
Iier duty (lrst In the ordinary, every
day affairs of life, nnd next In those
;rcat occasional crisis which call for
he herola virtues. The average cltl
ten must bo a good cltlten If our
republics nre to succeed. The stream
will not permanently rlso higher
thnn the main source; and the main
source of national power and nation-
al greatness Is found In the .avorage
citizenship of tho nation. Therefore
It behooves us to do our best to see
that the Bfnndard'of the average
' ON FEOERA L SITE
Condemn Move To Secure
Change In Building
Following up the question us to
whether a change nt this late hour
should beymade in the location for
the new Federal building or wheth
er this magnificent structure should
be erected on the Mahuka site, chos
en by tho majority of the citizens
of this city, or built on tho Irwin
lot, the following members of the
community have this to say about
Consul V. Pfotenhauer Tho mat
ter has been settled long ago, and It
Is now too late In the day to ever
think of changing Its location.
George Kodlek The Federal build
ing would undoubtedly look better
on the Irwin lot from an nrchltee
tural point of view, but us the slto
has been selected, no change should
be made at this late date.
Dr, Rruce McV. Mackall I voted
for the Mahuka site, and I see no
reuBon to change my opinion," It Is
too late In the day to begin making
suggestions as to changing the loca
tlon for .this new Federal building.
T, O, Thrum The matter having
been settled, I prefer to say noth
lug on the subject.
A, It. durrey Jr. My Wea Is this!
We should have a civic center, but
as the Mahuka site has been select'
ed and the city gone on record as
regards having chosen this site, wo
should go on and build and not de
lay matters any further.
J, It. Vlelrn I never hud much
preference either to one or tho other
of the two sites. I do not think a
' change, ought to be made now that
a site has been selected. This mat
ter should not bo brought up again,
ns building operations will only be
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A PHOTOGRAPH OF ROOSEVELT
TAKEN WHILE, PRESIDENr.
ren Is kt-)i( high; and the uvcrago
cannot be i:ept high uulcus the
standatd C tliu leaders Is very much,
"It is wcil If a large proportion
of the leuder In any ii'lmlillu, In an
democracy, im, as u .matter of
course, drawn froni the clauses repre-
settled in this audience today; but
only provided that those clnsaes po4-
sens the gifts of sympathy with plain
people nnd of devotion to greal
Ideals. You and those like you have
cttl-recelved special advantages; you
I, A, Lewis Jr. Tho question of tho
Miihukn site should fur the heat puh-
, lie Inlet eat of the Territory he con
sidered a closed one. The elements
of good faith should be n guide to
the public ns a whole nnd to all per
sons having any Interest In the mat-J
ter. The community, through its
rninmer.'lal bodies and by popular ox-
pietBlon, has by a majority, although
a divided vote, set Its stamp of ap
proval oti the Mahuka Bite. There
are many problems which are to bo
solved by this community and fjy the
officials administering its affairs
which require earnest consideration.
rho enorgles of all should be (levot
ed towards tho t.olutlon of these prob
lems atlU UVIMU U1U VUBVIIiailUK ei'iiifc
of opening up questions once de
clared to be nettled. Our position
both at home and abroad Is weaken-l
Ing every time a change of front is
made upon apollcy onco declared.
Unless graver reasons than those
which present themselves In the
present situation require such a
E. I, Spalding I hnvo always beon
In favor of the site" for tho Federal
building facing Union Squnre. The
puslofllre should ho retained In Its
present location, which could not bo
bettered, considering tho Oriental
population and convenience to the
uilHinesH men, i uuvo wi luhohiuiuu.
me AianiiKa sue a proper piuco. n
It, unless tho whole lot could be
purchased. As to tho policy of open
ing the question at this time, I do
not care to express an opinion, as
It naturally would be considered
biased oti account of my close con
nection w-lth tho Irwin Interests. The
general public should decide this for
U. Tenney Peck The matter has
been settled, nnd It 'would bo break
ing faith with the community nnd
those Who have made largo Invest
ments In sites arid street openings
on the strength of the Federal build
ing being erected on the Mahuka
I)r, II. UluUnolI I prefer tho pres
nt location ami am iiltA satisfied
with tho Mahuka slto In every way.
llulldlng operations should not ho
delayed a minute longer than Is ot
kolutely. necessary. 'c. i
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bnvo all of yuu hud tlto opportunity
for mental training; many of you
have had leisure; most of yuu have
had ii chnnTe fot tho enjoyment of
(Continued on Page 4)
GRACE IS SEEN
DOWN AT PiLOA
Posse Of Detectives Out
On Hunt For
At halfpiist olevun this morning
a mun telephoned In froni ijuuloa
nnd informed Chief of Uetectlvrt Mo
Unfile that he had seen Anderson
draco near the station, and thuttho
negro was making toward Moanalua.
The Information appeared to be
straight enough, nnd the man who
seqt tho message gays that he knows
Grace and that he was sure that it
was the much-wanted man,
McDuffle, In company with Deputy
Sheriff Fernandez of Kwa, started oft
at 011(0 In nu automobile for Pun
loa. Five of tlto detective force alo
wont In the party. The 'sleuths
wore nil disguised In stevedores'
clothing. Apuna made an Idenl hoe
huna liana Held Inborer, nrtd his
clul expression oven seemed changed. race; nnd, secondly because tho yacht1
Tho imrty hone to pick up the trull clubs have arranged a crnlso for July I TUB SCHOONERS Robort Lowers,
of time ami run the es-aned mur-' 2. 3 and 4. The members of tho crews from Honolulu, nnd Oamblo nnd Spo
of (Irate ami nu i ine "-"Pea mur trnn8,)acln0 racers a want ,0 kono, from coastwise voyogos, arrlv-.'
derer lo earth some tlmo today. If uko (j Ug cnl,ge ,n homQ Wft. ei, , t()w tl)reu flf (he ga,c CQm
Oritco shows tiny fight he wll) bo nil- . am, t)l0 (act of ,ho Mk raco he, ng into Port Towusend In procession
ed with lead, and then there will be
no further troubjo with him.
If the negro Is not ruptured before
7 o'clock tonight u nossVof civil-
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scour the districts In which the man
is Hupjioscu io nu umjiig.
The detoctlves were out till i
o'clock this mornlne. but no trace
of the negio was come ucrbas. Mc-
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stretchers, which ure set up In the
outer ueieivu oiitea, mo iuii
snatth n fow hours' sleep during tho
duy ami nro practically on duty all
No further robberies of food or
milk have lieen rpported to the po
lice, and It appoai'u to bo 'pretty well
established that (.race has a
(Continued 'in Paee 2),
M&kino, Negoro, Tasaka And .j
Soga Sign Statement To
The following emphatic denial of the article In this morning's Advertis
er, predicting another plantation strike through the efforts of Maklno, Ne
goro, Tasaka and Soga, now serving a ten months' sentence, was sent to the
editor of the Bulletin this morning, over the tlgnatures of the four men:
Honolulu, County Jail, April 23rd, 1910.
To Editor Evening Bulletin: We were surprised this morning
when the Advertiser was shown to us by Mr. Asch, the Jailor, In which
appeared a statement to the effect that we were "IN TOUCH" with a move-
ment looking for a strike on a large scale in plantations of the Territory.
We want io state that It Is absolutely false that we are "IN TOUCH"
with any movement outle!e. We do not know that a labor organization Is
started anywhere In the Territory. We know that our sympathizers aro
not planning anything of the kind. It Is true that we have a large num
ber of visitors on Sundays, but then our conversation Is confined to the ex
change of friendly sentiments and feeling. We have not heard .from our
many visitors anything about the alleged labor argsntzatlon or the alleged
The alleged statement may be TRACED to the same SOURCE whence
emanted the threatening UNSIGNED LETTERS to JUDGE DE BOLT and
tfe.KlNNEY.Jut-bafor..thrnd. of pur trial, ami the .'statement that we'
Were encouraging lawbreakers when o"r -pceal to the Supreme Court wat
about to be .decided. As thote statr-et were untrue and Intended to. In
jure our-cate, so-the-statement wnlch apj-eared In this morning's Adver
tiser Is 'undoubtedly false and only Intended, to misrepresent and Injure us? '
(Signed) F. K. MAKINO, '
Yachts To Leave San
Pedro On July
I.. M. Votlwen Is In receipt' of a
couple of letters from Coast yatchs
men, and In one from Commodore
8mlih of the South Coast Club, the
news that tho transpacific yacht race
will not start oh July Fourth Is the
moBt liuportunt. Tho raco will start
at San Pedro on July 9, and at tho
present moment fivo yachts are enter
ed for tho event.
The yachts tho Slwash and tho
Sweetheart aro to represent I-os An
geles; tho former Is sloop rigged, 47
feet overall. The latter Is 03 feet over
all and Is schooner rigged.
Commodore R, C. P. Smith Is the
ownor of tho 8wcctheart, and ho feols
confident that his craft will go close
to winning. The Winsome, which be
longs to Mr, Hay Is also entered for
the rnco, and thoBo Imats together
with tho Owcndollue II and tho Ha
waii, mako a very good fleet of racers.
The data for closing of entries has
been extended till June 1, nnd It is
thought that at least four more yachts
will be entered for the transpacific
Tho reason why the dale of the
start of the raco has been changed are
first, because tlto Jeffries-Johnson
fight Is attracting so much attention
that very little space in tho papers
fa-lCOuld be dovotcd to boosting tho yacht
coutu ue uuvtjiiMi iu uuuhunk lilu yutui
ig Put off till July !, enables them
i to do so.
The transpacific raco is assured
now with flvo Uoat alroady entered,
and there Is not mucn uouut inni lour
Qr fly0 nlQro wlu a80 compctei T110
rnco w, gtnrt f,m 8an Pe(Iro an,,.
) -will nttrnct the attention or tho world
io iiawnn ....
TJic Pacine Mali steamer asio ibk-
'" '"? umieii Htatcj man win oo
l!Pa tched for San Franclscoat . U
ociock .tniB evening, mo vcb.i
tnuing only a few layovor pnBBbngers.
uiinng inu may uv niu iiuii, oiu
loft nenriy ntno liuntireu ions oi cnrB".
Thercs no accounting ior iaici.
Even the man who wears Blda whls-
kers probably admires them, Chi-
raim News. N
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cause she Is afraid of forgetting
Perhaps a woman tells secrets bo-
WASHINGTON. D C. Anr. M
The scheme for an American exnedU V
tion to the South Pole has been aban
doned for this year. This pnts an
end to i the much-advertised idea of a
race to the South Pole between Brit
ish and American explorers.
BOSTON, Apr. 23, Max Landy
died here today following a boxing
match with Joe O'Brien last night.
DEYT0NA. Fla., Apr. 23. United
States Ccnator lUnCelstleft here todav
for his home in Virginia, Senator
Daniels suffered a slight stroke some
time ago and has sufficiently reoov-
c return nome.
behind tho powerful tug Tyeo. Tho
I Oamblo nnd Spokano proceeded to,
Port Gamble for cargoes, while thaj
Lowers will proceed to Wlnslow for
uy iuiuwb tm iniuor repairs oetoro
i AMID THE salutes of tho govcrnO
ment craft stationed at Maro Island, i
(i10 collier Prometheus, tho Urgentl.
vessel ever Jittllt nt tho navy yardj
has sailed frt.n Vallejo for It. nr.t'3
crBo, going first to lied Rock to ad
just its compasses and later to Call-
romta Ulty to coal.
Tim .AMF.niRAN alenmpr Mlnnowil
ta arrvcd nt Yokohama on Aprir7
with an IS foot holo In tts bottom andl
having lost Its rudder. It wlirproceelj
W Hongkong ror repairs, va
Tho Minnesota Is owned by,
0rcot Northern stoamshlp company.s
and aIl0(, fr0)I) BeaUlo ,op Voko,ttJi
I L.i tu.. al.n.. - -u it t. tin ' ' ,j2:
land Hongkong on March S3