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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4610.
10 PACES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1910. 10 PAGES.
PRICI 5 CENTI
IS SENT TO PRISON
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WASHINGTON, D. C, May 4.
Vigorous effort to swing a majority
of the United States Senate to a solid
support of the administration has
been under way for the last few
weeks, with the hope of overcoming
the disaffection of the Insurgents,
Today it was reported that forty
three Republican Senators have
pledged their sunoort to the admin
istrative program. This combination
will attempt to pass most of th,e
measures the President has put for
ward as especially necessary, hoping
to gain the necessary votes from an
occasional Insurgent and the Demo
crats. The membership of the" Senate
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK. May 4. The serious
illness of Witness Parr will possibly
delay the prosecution of Secretary
Heike of 'the Sugar Trust, who it up
for trial for alleged fraud in connec
tion with the American Sugar Refin
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 4.
The bill carrying an appropriation
for raising the wreck of the battle
ship Maine in Havana harbor has
gone to the President for his signa
ture. The appropriation also makes
provision for the burial of the re
mains of the victims of the disaster
in the national -cemetery at Arling
GEN: GREENE -ILL
NEW YORK, May 4.-4Qen. Greene
underwent a serious operation for
THE GRAND MASTER
Reception On Roof Garden
The social event ot 1910 so far
was the reception and dance tender
ed to Grand Master fierce on the
root gulden ot the Young Hotel last
The night was perfect, as are near
ly all nights In Hawaii, and the
cream of the city turned out to wel
come the highest Mason ot the West.
ThT uiauka pavilion was choben
for the opening ot the function, and
there the Grand Master, assisted by
the masters, past masters and prlncl
pal omcerB tit the local lodges, re
ceived the throng us it anlved. All
who attended were personally pre
sented to Grand Master I'lerce, who
had a pleasant word for everybody
After the reception, dancing was
commenced in both pavilions, there
being an orchestra placed in each.
Iletreshmont booths were scattercl
throughout the root garden, and this
delightful feutme of the evening was
There was nothing to prevent the
evening from bolng perfect in every
detail, nnd all there seemed to enjoy
(Continued on Page 6)
ft' lirfcys1llsMHliil- J-",J- -rr-:T'- ---''-
To Three Months
Swift Punishment For Agitator
Vasileff Rioters Are
Vuslllett, Illloff nnd Alexis Suriipovo,
the three Ilusslans who wore arrested
on n agiuncy chnrgo last week, were
this morning, in the Police Court seh-
fenced to three months' Imprisonment
tn tho County Jn III, Attorney Mllver-
ton conducted the prosecution and At-
torney General I.tntlsny was also pres
wit There 'was no lawjer for the dfe-
fense and the Ihreo accused niado
statement from the witness stand
Tho prosecution claimed that for "a
month past thu thiee Itusilmis hlid
lone no work, and that tliey had re-
fused employment on tho plantations
4nd on tho Railroad. The defendants
sworo that they had tried to obtain
empIoment but hair only gotten caf-
ual ila8' work. "
"All tho Russians would go lo work
today on the plantations If the prom-
Ises that wore mario us when we wero
Correct Story Of
Japanese Spies Told
Chief Actor In Philippine Catch
Here On Transport
Among thoho returning to the main
Inn.l nt. I. n It O t HI T n..n.. .
soldier wiio flciired consnleuoiiBlv In
soinier who ngureu.conspici oiisi in
jupunesu spy cupiuru rccenuy puueu
oft In tho Philippines nndxof which
small details have been -received "by
suiaii ueiaiis nave oecn 'received uy
cablo, Tho story of tho whole affair
was told to a II ill let In representa- After this meeting tho soldier In
tlvo JhiB morning and BnvorB of-mucli fcrmod his superior oincer of tho wholo
moio Interest than could have been pl6t. fho offlcer advising the soldier
aroused by the meager details hereto- to "go ahead" nnd. a trnn would bo nr-
foro gleaned.-Th sjory Is as fojlows:
On the 22nd' day of March a soldier,
who la considered most proficient In.
the nrt o photography, was np-
preached In a public resort by n 0r-
man. who, after somo small talk, de-
Uboratcly openod negotiations, with
me soiuier tor a series or pnotograpna
of the fortifications at Corregldor, Ho
Informed tho .soldier that big easv
money was n sight tor a little work
In the phoipgraph lino showing differ
ent points In Undo Sam's 'fighting
yard, Tho soldier seemingly entered
Into tho scheme and arranged for an-
Supervisors ' Pass , The
. Buck Up To
Police Officer Oleaon, who at pres
ent tlmo is assisting Chief ot Dotec
fives McDumo In gathering ovidenco
against gamblers nnd other offenders,
Is quite likely to bo hauled upon the
carpet by tho Police Commission nnd
Sheriff Jarrett because- ot certain
charges of drunkenness preferred by
one Job Vlelra
Tho City and County Hoard of Sup
ervisors wero trqatQd to n lilghly
spiced and Inteiestlngj-ommiiulcatlo'i
nt last night's meeting of the lawmak
ers. ( '
Through Mayor Tern, Vlelra has in
foiined tint city officials by letter call
lug attention to what ho 'declares an
(Continued on Pace fi)
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In Iliisjlh were kept," said Vusllloff
this morning on the witness stand.
Tho other two defendants also su d
the samn.Miul on being pressed to tell
what conditions theyhad been recruit-
cd on, could only make rambling state-
ments about getting n houso which
was to bo their own property after
"I deny that 1 am n vagrant " sworn
Vasllleff. "1 worked for four month t
nt Wnlakea plantation' and averaged
fifteen da s u month. Most of the tluu
I was called awny from wor to do
Interpreting for tho lunas nnd other
"I tiled to help my countrjmen anj
did nil in my power to got thoin em-
ploymcnt aroupd tho city. Now that
hunger threatens them, I have ndvlsed
tl(ctn to go to tho plantat'ons to work,
(Continued on Pact 4)
other meeting with tho Gornnn. nt
H vwiiuii iiiu wuniiuii iiiiuriiicu mu huiuiui-
that for n bunch of photbgrnphs of
(ho fnrtflcatonB lll0 llcat mtlo mml
0f $10.000. would bo hnnded over. 1
for a complete map with photos
comptrnylng the sum of $25,000 would
willing bo nald.
ranged to catch tho German. It was'
not known nt that tlmo that (hers
woro Japanese mixed up In tho affair,
A't tho next arranged meeting tho
succeeding night nt tho German's
house, a Japancso by tho nanin of
.Kcnklchi Kawada was present and toot
up tho negotiations wh.ere tho Oer-
mnn left off ncntn mnttlna thn nrfer
of amounts .stated above for photos
and map of Corrlgldor fortifications.
The soldier apparently agroed to nil
the terms nnd arrangements were
made for n final meeting.
(Continued on Page 2)
"BEAR RAID" HAS
Advance In Pricfe Of Sugar
Causes Slump In
'- Many Stocks
Italda on the market under uo
cry ot stocks being too high aro hav
ing their effect on the quotations of
tho Block ll.t unci some Blocks jm
betas sola nt llio reduced ngureu.
Two 'factors are at work tn the
market. One Is the man who wants
to clean up hlB holdings In sugar and
get In on the "good things" offered
in large bunches from tho Coast, and
the pther Is the man who has cold
feet and believes that Honolulu h
going to the dtMiinltlon bow-wow
Tho latter getB his state of mliid by
(Continued on race 2)
NO MONEY IN CITY
Mayor And Supervisors
Pass Buck To '
a serious one
Heilh and Sanitation Committee to
n.i?"" ttlfUnol omn"uee l0
Deliver Ultimatum to Governor
IreariToday Superviiors Waih
Hands of the Whole Business.
Kmul.itlng thu historic act of Poii
tins Pllato, tho CIt and Count) sup-
ci visors washed their hands of the
whole unfortunate 'Russian plllkln and
hao agreed to? stand pat In refusing
to havo anything to do with the hordo
of unemplord. Immigrants now within
tho city gates, mail) of whom aro bj
coining 'afflicted with Infectious ills-
Tho Russian problem was ono that
commanded a considerable iwrtlon of
the attintlon of the municipal unions
at their meeting last evening.
As a result of tpelr dellberntlons, tho
matter has been passed up In all its
unfortunato and disastrous entirety, to
Itio -TerrilorluT omclsls.-- Governor
Frear. nnd the Territorial Hoard off
Health will be notlflej thit the milter
nf caring for tho Russians ns well .is
protecting the city nf Honoluln from
the ravages nf no epidemic ot djpV
tlierln and other infectious maladies,
is absolutely up to them.
City nnd County Physician Mnckall
brought In h b'll of ftsr.0, which Is
duo tho cjy street department for tho
cleaning' up of the Iwilcl camp. Tim
account had been presented to the
Territorial Hoard of Health but had
been turned down nnd pajment re
fused. This matter set the li
rolling nt tho meeting of the City
era and before the discussion d
n cIoho, practically overy member jf
the Hoard from the Mnnr down bad
tnkcu a shot Ml tho all absorbing ques
tion. There was perfect unanlmlt In the
sentiment of. the supervisorial body.
"It's up to the Territory to look after
the Russians and to punrd ngnlnst tlio
appearance ui inivuuuun iuhubu
tho gist ot the opinion expressed,
MuJor- rrll ,idiessed the 1
members and ho declared that th
Territorial government wus response
,lble for tho Invasion of the Manchun
tan Russians Into Hawaii
It was nt Ills Honor's suggestion
Continued on Pap-n 4
MnPnnHlacc Hnac Tn Tho
The grand conclave of Nobles ot
the Mystic Shrine, held at New Or
leans, Is ended, and the Shrlners
from all over tho country nre on
their way home.
Regarding the Aloha Temple rep
resentatives who attended, the Dally
Picayune ot New Orleans, Saturday,
April 16, says:
"Jnmcs S, McCandless, who head
ed the 'Htg Four' from Honolulu,
will leave this morning tor a
to his sister at Parkersburg', W. Va
und will thou pioteed to New York.
"In New York Mr McCandless
will uttend the wedding ot his niece.
Miss Madgo McCandless. to Hal Hep
Tho w (ftKe(fron', iho honia oinco. jIo exi)ects,
pace Airj 2g and th6 pre8ent that however, to hear something relative
i. n....i..i.. ai..i., ...m i,A n t.,t ,.i.iu.i iir.iii1Uiinn ua ran.
t.tiH .. nn.tin... ,i I. njall.lnniun
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(Continued on Page 2.)
a advanced today ten cents a
v'TJT "u y a
lsiMiiSSmMiiBM,. JsiuJfWf(lit it (i In K,Mt&&$35&Jfa
SBHBPPHWiiii. mi ,!!. fc. k iT.fc.l, m ,. n.. n i i , iii.iHfi;!!! i r . .,p i fFi i i .7. V-vyy, y-saf-fSMJ
Secretary Of The Interior Wants
To Know About. Local
A cable was received this morning
"1 Governor Kroar from Secretnry of ncrnor. -
' n-m---, ,?,,. n,,..i,J '" K'ard to the llusilans appealing
the Interior Halllnger on the Russian , Wn.n,n-lon on account ..f' J,10 -
situation. The contents of tho cablo tlnn 0f ti,0 police hero at the time of
hac not been made public by the tbo Incipient riot Inst week, the Go
Governor. Icrnor stated that ho had ho liiforma
"Eer since tint itusslan sltiut,lou as Inn directly but understood that the
Binned proportions which led to""Mh' liiiinlgrants'had so cnbled.
preeent conditions, 1 novo luen In com- As to tint luarnntlno of the Russian
ii'unlcatlon with the officials at WubIi- camp on uctounl of diphtheria. Gov
ington" said Governor Frear this ernor i'roir, or Stcrotar Mott-SniRh
uiornlng in resjionse to a question. had nothing to u It was learned
This answer gave official condrmn- however that the committee nf Supe--
Hon to th) statement In the !! u 1 1 e- visors appointed at last evening'
tin sovcral das ago that Waslilnglon meeting to pass the buck to the Tor
wns being kept informed ot tho nf- rllorlal governtneiit In the matter n'
'air. n.uar.uitlnlng the Russian camp ha'l
"There Is, however, nothing new In not nppenred ut tbu Governor's olllco
tho situation ns far as Washington h nor bad the made any appointment
tnnccrned nnd 8ecre'nr llalllnger Is
not worrying anotit It from tiiu tenor
Do Battley With lypewnters
-Strong Language Figures
John II Wilson, road supervisor.
for the city ot Honolulu, Is sorej and.lumlnate what would huva been an
I he docs not hesitate In expressing!
hig displeasure aver what he tails
gratuitous Insults heaped upon the.
name of Wilson by Supervisor James
Qulnu, the chairman of the city and
county road committee.
Qulnu, on the other hand, declares
that Wilson has been running his
particular branch ot the city nnd
county government to suit his own
convenience, nnd nccordlng to n
stntement made by the supervisor at
Inst night's meeting, Wilson tins not
obeyed orders given him by Hie road
committee, and, patience ceasing to
be longer enrolled ns one of the car
dinal virtues, Quinn admitted that ho
sent a snappy Utter to the road overseer.
TOKIEDA TRANSFERRED FROM
M. Toklcda, managor of tho local
branch of the Yokohama Specie
Hank, will resign his position here
to accept a more Important nnd lu
crative position elsewhere, He will
be succeeded by V, Akai, who was
manager here betore Mr, Tqkleda
tame to Honolulu.
The newB of Mr. Tokledn's rcslgna-
Hon wu8 received this morning by
r.uuor milium 01 uie Jiipuncsu umiy
Chronicle, who received a cablegram
from their correspondent In Toklo.
Mr Tokteda, who was asked over
the telephone, stated that he bas not
no v.lt ranftlVUil r.fllclnl 1 1I fnFMI fl 1 1,1,1
Hdltor Klmura stnted nt noon to-
daj that, according to his cablegram, I'cderal government at Kaawaloa, H,
Mr, Altai, the coming manager of Kotu district, Hawaii, for the pur
the local branch, left Yokohama on peso ot erecting n llghthouso.
the Chlo Muru, whlih departed from
thllt I'ort tn8 morning.
l,leTr, heart., n th,
ulegram bearing on tue same subject
of the rabies receive 1," rontlniiod the
to eo the chief executive upon th"
matter tu question.
Words Of Quinn
This correspondence served to ll
otherwise dreary meeting of tho city
and county lawmakers.
When the WHson-QuInn corre
spondence wus dragged forth from
the recesses ot Clerk Kalauokalanl's
desk there wns a pricking up of su
When Wilson's statement that the
Quinn language employed nt the city
stables on Sunday, April 25, wns
"most vile, indu:ent, bawdy and pro
fane," was rend, every ono present
seemed to take u renewed Interest in
things. The seven solons sat up and
took Immediate notice.
Quinn bided his time and main
tallied a dignified silence during the
reading ot the Wilson chnrges. When
(Continued on Page 2)
YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK
was ulso received by K, Yamamoto,
According to ono of the prominent
Japanese, It Is thought that Mr. To
kleda will be given tho position of
manager for the branch In New
York, Heforo coming to Honolulu,
he wns assistant manager there.
During Mr. Tokleda's residence In
Honolulu he not only won frlonds
through his associations: but made
Eo()li the inanaBement of the l.ank.
B business. He Is well liked by
tle tthlle i,HlinMlI community, nnd
certainly Is popular with his own
LAND FOR LIGHTHOUSE
I ii it n inn n rn r whini. i i n
T . till tlin
"t ut iv ii,ii in ."
acre ha" Lee" tondemncd by the
The price paid Joseph Wliltmnrsh
and others, owners of tho tract, was
ST. PAUL, Minn., May 4. Repub
licans were victorious in the munici
pal election here today. Keller, the
Republican candidate, was elected by
a plurality of 4910 votes.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 4. Sugar:
90 degrees test, 4 325c. Previous
quotation, 4 2875c. Beets: 88 analy
sis, 14s. 0d.; parity, 5.15c. Previous
quotation. 14s. 8 l-4d.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
ST. LOUIS, May 4. President
Taft in au address here today favor
ed conservation. ' He stated that all ' i
projects now in hand incorporated in ,Q
the Rivers and Harbors Bill should ?
prove practicable, , ',
KING and QUEEN -MEETTHEiVI
CHRISTIANS, Norway. May 4.
Col. Roosevelt and his family were
Kreetcd here today at the railway
station by the King and Queen of.
TURKS LOSE, .3
CONSTANTINOPLE. Mav 4. Al.
banians have occupied the 'town of
Diakowa. The Turkish forces suffer
ed heavy lots.
FIELD AND COAST
Thev MonoDolize U.S.A.T.
Logan Now Bound- v
One thousand and twenty flrstr
second and. steerage passengers ar
rived nt tho port this morning by',
me united States army transport Lo
gan, now bound from thu Philip
pines to the mainland. i-
n. . i .j . .. . . '
i nu neuuiiuuriurs and ennsieu men
of the Tlrst Hattollon nud Troops Afl
und II ot the Fifth Held Artlllervl
are returning from a two years' tour
of duty In the Philippines and wlll
tnl.o station at the I'resldlo upon ar-
iivui ui. onu rrui-iivu. a
The l.ogan also carries seven offi
cers lind ono hundred men as thai
crew of the truuiport Crook, which!
army vebiel has temporarily gone out'
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ui cuiiiiniEsiuu in riiiiippine waters?
pending repairs which are to be
made at one ot the China coast ship
i "e iogan saueu uom Manila on
Audi li nml ..nuonrf ..... m
l hours at Marivales auarantlnaaiitoli'l
! tlon before taking her departure for 4
Nngnsakl. Janau. for rn.it. ThCi
sel met with fairly pleasant weald-
er on the vovace across thn rtrttn.'fi
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