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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITOItY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MAY 2, 1910. 12 PAGES.
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SUGAR MAN MUST NOW STAND
dlH Ulnntnn'ULJI THE HERRV
NEW YORK, May 2. E. P. Wes
ton. the seventy-vear-old pedestrian,
arrived here today, having completed
his long walk from Los Angeles .to
New ork in seventy-seven days. '
Weston flitlniied a New York to
San Krnnclsco walk on July 14, 1909,
a distance uf 3893 pities, his time be
ing 10B days. Woston left New York
on March IG, 1909, on his seventy
first birthday, lit; .velloug records
Include a while of 12) mlles'wlthqu'
a stop, which wan mndc In 1879. H
covered (he dlsianco between, Port
land, Mn., and 'Chicago In 1907 In
about twenty-nine days.
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WASHINGTON, D. C, May 2.
Secretary Heike of the Sugar Trust
win be.iorced to stand trial unqerthe
indictment against him for complicity
in the frauds of the American Sugar
Refining Company. The Supreme
Court Tendered a decision' today on
an appeal made by Heike, and as a
result he will go to trial.
COPENHAGEN, Mav 2. Colonel
Roosevelt arrived here today and was
- greeted by the Crown Prince of Den
mark, i .
WASHINGTON, D. C, May '2.
The appointment of Gov. 'Charles E.
Hughes as, Associate Justice of the
(Supreme Court, in place of the late
Associate Justice Brewer, was con
firmed by the Senate today.
ON WAIALUA ROAD
Occupants Not Pinned
Much difference of opinion seems
to exist over the extent of hie auto
mobile accident In which E. J, Lord
nnd his lilK machine took part at
Wnlalua on Bunday.
One man yvho enmo along and took
one' of the party homo In his ma.
chine, says that far from being com
liletely upset and burned Into-.scrap
jron, the machine will probably como
to town under "Its own power In a
day or two. t
It was admittedly a narrow escape
by the herculean task of two men
, lifting a two-ton machine while the
Imprisoned passengers crawled out
was not performed according Jo the
11 11 1 1 e 1 1 n'a Informant.
Mr. llatchklss, v.ho was In the ma
chine, says, on the other hand, that
all. but the back seat of the machine
was burned, and according to his
Idea he has been In a real automo
The accident 'occurred on a short
sharp turn 011 the Walalna Toad Just
after passing the second bridge after
(uonuuueu on rage )
Pacific Mail Liner Brings
' Anti-Saloon Leader
BIG STATES MAIL
AND MANY AUTOS
What the Pacific Mali liner Man
churia lacked In tho number of pas
elisors destined for Hawaii, nnd also
those traveling by the 'big vessel to
the Orient, was more than nindo up
by the merry little band vho partici
pated In a very entertaining progrnm
)t games, sports and musical num
bers which had been prepared by
?nptuln Dixon, Purser Uourne and
other members of the attentive staff
of officers who serve to make, the
Manchuria famous as a trans-Paclflc
. Honolulu drpjv G3 cnbln nud C sep-
'ind clnr.ii passengers by the Manchu-
1I11, which arrived off the quarantine
early this morning arid qime along
side the Alakea wharf ' before V
Vhe frlelght Irttended for this port
will amount to one hundred nnd sixty
tons. Of this nmotint, seven automo
biles serve to make up a laige por
tion of the tonnage. ,
A mainland mall amounting to 403
Backs was received by the local postal
Tho trip down from San Fran
cisco' was made in G days 1C hoifrs
and 3b minutes.
It was a pleasant trip, one devoid
of a single disagreeable incident. The
weather left nothing to be desired.
The Mnncliurln thrnuch hpr excellent
flve-1IIownt wireless apparatus kept
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Grand Master Arrived
By .The Steamer
Expressing himself, .as jiaYiilg
greatly enjoyed the five days' trip
down to the Islands by the Pacific
Mall liner Manchuria, W. Frank
Pierce, a thirty-third-degree Mason,
Oram! Master of the Grand Lodge of
the State of California, met a delega
tion of local Masonic brethren at an
early hour this morning,
A committee Including Messrs. T.
11. Petrle, J. H.Drow, E. I. Spalding,
J. D, Tucker nnd Dr. Grossman vis-
I i ted the Manchuria as Bhe lay In
quarauiine. iney were uuraenea
with floral lels. Immediately follow
Ing. the granting of pratique, the
party was permitted to board the
They extended thetwclcomo of the
city to Mr; pierce, who comes to Ho
nolulu accompanied by Mrs. Pierce
and will make but a brief stay In the
Mr. Pierce alro bears the title of
Qrand Chancellor of tho Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite S. J, U. 8. A.,
Sovereign Grand Inspector-Oeneral o(
California, Arizona and the Philip
pines. Mr. Pierce was taken In charge by
the local committee Immediately upon
landing at the' Alakea street wharf,
and was ntade acquainted with
the preparations being made In
his honor., He signified much pleas
ure at the efforts of the local lodges
In making his stay here a pleasant
one. He may return to San Frati
( Cisco Jiy the Pacific Mall steamer
, Mongolia, thong) this has pot' yet
1 neon (lenniioiy settled.
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VVIUIUUVU U14 AUKG Tft, J
LEADER HERE-REFUSES TO
WOOLLEY COMES BUT
REFUSES TO TALK
Maintaining a Bteadfast silence upon matters pertaining to prohibi
tion or any topic bordering upon lanl condition, John (1, Wooliey, su
perintendent of tho Anti-Saloon Lea juc of Hawaii, feought seclusion from
fellow passengers and also the vlsltl ig newspaper men who boarded th
Pacific Mall liner Manchuria oft tlu
"I huve nothing whatever to sa,"
most potent sentence In the Wooliey
When questioned concerning tlu details which1 led up to the grant
ing of tho plebiscite by Congress. Mr. Wooliey assumed a rather nalned
expression. He stoutly reiterated the
fcay In the matter.
Mr. Wooliey did manifest a visible
churln approaching the Alakea wharf.
terested In the large array of spectators who thronged the dock awaiting
filendipn the great trans-Paclflc liner.
The ant I saloon surerlntendent was asked a number of questions re
garding the results of hl mission to Washington whlclt has occupied the
better portion of the past six months. These, as well ap querleg concern
ing tho plans for the coming campaign, were positively Ignored, nnd had
Mr, Wooliey been Inclined to talk n all, ho horo , every Indication or
much preferring to discuss any tonii ranging f.oni "'who hit Hilly Pat
tcrjton" to the present whereabouts o." Andenon (Since.
Mr. Wooliey remained aloof fro n his rel'ow passengers on tho trip
down rrom San Fran 'Isco. Ho Is until to have kept well within thu nar
row and cheerless walls of his state ooni. He ordered his meals brought
to his cabin and sought the spaclou le:ks of tho 'Maucliurla only utter
thu shades of night had fallen n-er tie blond expanse of the Pacific.
Whpn one venturesome rclbe lifcncil Mr. Woollev that he had at
one time been considered as available,
torial tripod of one of the local newipapeis. he momentarily sat up and
took notice, and expressed pleasure that tho Important ofllre had been fi
nally filled by a local man. j
Wooliey was apparently disappointed nt the (ncin- .rrlvnl of the ad
vance guard on tho Anti-Saloon I.e.tjue filing llni.fcliflni ho expected to
greet lilni'onr,board the-shin.- -----. - -
Mr. Woolley's' gaze wandered rar off to the green-clad slopes of Tan
talus, when Delegate Kuhlo'a name was Incidentally nilpfIoned 'in connec
tion with the granting or a special election .io' be held In tho Territory on
Little Chance For v
Suspension, Says Kuhio
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Delegate To Congress States
Bill Practically Dead For .
Day after tomorrow lliq bill to
amend tho Organic Act wilt bo reached
In Congress nccordlng to Information
received by Governor Frear this morn-.
Ing by the Mnuchurla mall.
Delegato Kuhlo, writing from Wash
ington under date of April 21 to tho ;
Governor states that It was expected I
at that time tho bill would come up 011
Calendar Wednesday and it might be
on Wednesday of last week. I
As no Information waa received hero
by cable that Buch action had, been
taken last week the Delegate's further
statement that May 4 would bo tho
dato unless It was lust Wodiftwday
now holds. I
In tho same letter Kuhlo wroto that
tlioro was llttlo chauco for the con
sideration or the coastwise) shipping
bill during tho present session of Con
In referring Jo the situation that
promises tho failure of tho coastwlsaj
suspension bill this session, tho Dele
"Tlioro will bo much difficulty In
getting the bill considered owing to
tho fact that tho commltteo will not
bo reached again on regular call this
WHAT MAINLANDS THINK
1, If A50": f M Wi.
wPh 981 MBIT-
sB ' ' i- J'"K-- v i K i 1
r-s--rii jwi t " if
THE MOTHEK Of
quarantine nt an early hour this
constltutcil.ahoiit the longest and
statement that he had nothing to
ray of pleasure upon tho Mnn-
He appeared-to become mu:li In
timber for the4 mainstay In the edi
MUTINEERS OF BABCOCK
UP FOR TRIAL
Tho caso of John'llronnan and eight
others, crews of the ship W. F. Dab
cock, charged with mutiny was begun
In the Federal court this morning.
The" complaint alleges that on March
20 while tho ship was In United States
waters these men refused to obey Un
orders of Captain G. It. Harris con
cerning the navigation of tho ship.
Jurors drawn for tho caso woro C. J.
McCarthy, D. K. Hao. (Dial Omsted,
J. S. Fox, Patrick .McGrath, John
Uurns. Paul Dartols, Charles Halley,
D. K. Thrum, P. Fjltyan, Charles Gird
lor and Manuel C, Pnchoco.
. "Scribbles wrllea some very plcasj
Ing verse." "Indeed? I never heaid
of Its pleasing anybody." "Evidently
you've never observed its effect on
Scribbles." Illrmlngham Age-Herald.
RdBATE MUST STOP
ON INTER ISLAND
Enforemcnt Of Law
Will Be With
WILL BE FAR REACHING
The business of the Inter-Island
dteam Navigation Company will be
iaigely anecled If the amendment to
.he lullroad rale bill In its applica
tion to Hawaii re. elves the approval
jf the conference committee of the
twu huuca of Congress and of Pres-
.uem lull. '1 lie amendment provides
.hut the luter-lxlaiid truffle of the
.einlor is to tome under the rules
ind legulutloiis of the Interstate
Commerce Commission, and the en
forcement of the law's provisions
would be in the bauds of United
jtate Dlstilct Attorney Hreckon;,
"I hnvOjUot looked into the law on
:tie,'iiubj?ct uS yct.'l-'.iald-i' United
dtates District Attorney Hrockous
this morning. "I believe, however,
that it will put a summary end to
Jil forms of rebating or the favoring
of one firm In the transportation, of
4oods and merchandise.
"In this connection I had several
fjomplalntg last week, but under the
present laws there. Is nothing to pre
vent a corporation rrom carrying on
Its business as It desires and grant
ing rebates If It thinks Buch action
desirable. It the amendment passes
there la' a strong probability that
sonrt menibcr or representative of
the Intorstato Commerce Cammlssl6n
would come to the Territory to inves.
.Ifiatc tho circumstances surrounding
the prut-tkul application of the law
Special Bulletin Cable.)'
SAN BAFAEL, Cal., May 2.
iTanK Mcbherry, one of the chief ac
ton in the poolroom swindle and
wire-tapping frands, pleaded (tuilty
and was sentenced to one year in Ean
Uuentin f enltentiary.
Flannerr. the ex-noliee commis
sioner. who, is mixed up in the same
shady piece of fraud by nunising
protection to the itnetappers, and
who resigned his position Saturday,
will be arraigned tomorrow on a sim
ilar charge as broutfht about the con
viction of HcSherry,'
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WAILUKU, Maul, April 29. Tlioro
will bo a concert ut the Knights of Py
thias Hall, Mlllstruet. Walluku, this
Saturday ovenlng, under the direction
ol Mrs. Dora von Tempsky of Wala
koa, Maul. Tho entertainment Is pil
ing gotten up by the ladles of tho
Church or the Good Shepherd of Wal
luku for tho puriioso or ratslug fumta
for tho purchaso of a church organ
for tho now church. The organ will
cost about 1200. ,
PROSECUTE' CENSUS EVADERS.
IS WASHINGTON CABLE
It you aro a woman, of uncertain
age and refuse to tell hi census man
really and truly when you were born,
you aro liable to prosecution In tho
Federal Court and a lino or f 100. If a
manufacturing concern refuses Infor
mation to the census taker, such com
pany Is liable to prosecution and a fine
Early today Census Director Victor
S. Clark received a cable from Wash
ington Intimating that ho should pros
ecute all thoso residents of theso is-
i lands who refused to answer tho ques
tions of his enumerators, U Is und-
'erstnod that tho names of several of
the, most-rabid oqea who 'denounced
1 thd men In Uncto Sam'B- employ for
the personal questions which they
asked have been given to Prosecuting
Attorney Ilreckons nnd that action
will probably bo taken In the. near fu
ture, after tho heaviest part oj tho
Spreckels and Matson
Are Called On For
MUCH INTEREST IS
San Francisco, April 21. Special
Prosecutor Knapp of the -office- of thd
United States Attorney General is In
San Francisco working with tho Fed
eral Grand Jury lu an Investigation of
alleged violations of tho Sherman anti
trust law by tho Western sugar refill'
cry and other sugar companies.
The grand Jury has hud one meeting,
under tho direction of Knapp at which
William Matson, president of tho Mat
son Navigation Compnnyt was exauu
ined. Itobcrt Rlthet, president of
Welsh & Co., shipping and commission
ngents, and A. U. Spreckels of tho
Western Sugar Refinery were sub
poenaed, but woro not called to testify
Friday, when . tho first, hearing yvu
hold. "White the were excused with
out day, It Is presumed that they will
be called durlsg tho coming week.
A. U. Spreckeg said yesterday that
the purpose of the present Investiga
tion wns 8lnnilv to dolcrmlue whether
there existed among the California!
sugar refiners any combination which
might bo construed ai In restraint of
trade under tho provisions of the Sher
man anti-trust law, t
Examination In Deferred.
"Mr. Rlthet and myself were called
as witnessos last Friday afternoon."
said Spreckell, "but woro not exam
ined. I do no; know when tho Investi
gation will bo resumed."
Neither Special Prosecutor Knapp
nor Assistant United States Attorney
Dlactt, who, In tho absence of UnluM
Dimes Auoniuy ivuviiu, ,B ,u viiumo
of thrt office, would discuss the In
vert Dillon ye&terday. Knnpp admit
ted Hut he was here from Washington
to carry on an Investigation, but ho
would not say what was the deftntto
purpose of his investigation,
indulry Into Refineries.
It Is believed that tho current In
vestigation In this city will bo dlroct
(Continnedjin Pace 2.1
Five Hundred Dollars
Now Offered For
High Sheriff Henry this afternoon
decided to Increase tho reward offered
for tho capture of Anderson Grace to
$500. The former oiler, has been dou
bled and It Is hoped that somo cluo
to tho negro's wherenbouta will pow
numerous parlies tu civilians nnro
announced their. Intention of going lu
search of tho wanted man, and tho
chances of capturing tho escaped mur-.
dorer would appear brighter now, J
work or collecting Information has.
. In speaking of tho work In Hawaii
this morning Mr, Clark stated to tho
U u 1 1 o 1 1 11 that on tho whole tho
people hero wcro cooperating well lu
the work of the census enumeration. '
"It is not against tho census propo
sition as a whole that some people
hero havo rebelled, but against certain
questions which they have thought of
a too personal nature," said Mr,
Clark. ' 1
Speaking of the caso of mortgages
nvnr which thern linn hivin rnnsldftis
ablo discussion as business men did I.
not want their rivals to know their
whole affairs, Mr, Clark Bald that'tbU
information wns public property as
tho mortgages all had to ho Hied with
the Bureau of Convoyancas, an. I that
tho Information could bo obtained
i there It In no other way,
HONGKONG, May 2. British au f
tnoniics acai more narsmy wnn Jap
anese spies than the American au
thorities of Manila, judging from the
sentence imposed on a Japanese here
The Japanese suy was captured a
few days ago while sketching one of
the forts of the Hongkong defenses.
He vii todav sentenced to a term of
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 2.
legacy taxes amounting to a total of
five millions of dollars will have to
lertlt of the decision handed dowtf I1
loiav by the Court of ClafeU. ThflVfl
legacy tax was collected during the 'f I
war with Spain. It was paid under j
protest, and the court now holds thai I
the collection was illeiral. i
WASHINGTON, D. C:. May 2.
Secretary of the Interior Ballinger is
sued a statement today denying the ..
report that he contemplates resign- y
in. f .;
. WASHINGTON. D. C, May 2.,
The bill to establish a Bureau of
Mines, recently passed (oy Congress,"
has gone to the President for his iig
VASILIEFF IS STILUS
IN PRISON CELL
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More Arrests Of Russians
May 'Be Made
Vasllleff, the Russian "leader," and
his comrades are still In the cells at
the police station. No one has beenV
allowed to see the men, although,,
somo food has been carried to thenii,
sire that Mi clothing, which la stllnj
at the lwiioi camp, je,brought blmU
He said that someone might steal hlsj
effects. On being asked If he thoughts
that his countrymen would take any- j
thing, he replied! "I don't know;j
they might steal my clothes." '
Tho wurranls that were expected:-!
to he served today wilt probably not'
be put into execution until the grand
Jury has sat ou tho riot trouble, ln!
all probability the ringleaders In thejs
lute trouble at the police Btatlon wIllM
bo under lock and' key tomorrow.
It Is ru'iiured that the Russians!
hnvo coiutltutcd u govcriiment of
their own, and that they have tawal
that they recognise, with Vasllteft aaji
their leader. Interpreter Thomaal
will be summoned from Lellehua toj
appear before the grand Jury and doj
the necessary Interpreting. .
Three Russians visited tho pollcoj
court this morning and made signal
that they wanted to see Yasllteff.,
They woro told to return later on ln
tho evening and to .bring another
Russian who understands English!
a one with them. :J
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