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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4015.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEBRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1010. 10 PAOES.
PKICI I CEXTt
BERLIN. 'May 10. The members
of the Roosevelt nartv arrived here
today and were escorted to Potsdam,
where they are staying as the guests
of Emperor William. While the ar-
lival of the party was the signal for
many people to assemble to see the
former President of the United
States, there were no extraordinary
ON FRIAR LANDS
( Snccial Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C.,"Iay 10.
The House Committee on Insular At
fairs has called on the War Dcnirt
ment for complete information as to
the actual purchasers of the Friar
- lands-in-theThilippinCs? "
LONDON, May 10. The British
Cabinet is in session today to con
sider the noittlcni situation present
ed as a result of the death of King
Edward and tho .accession of King
" George to tjic throne. No intimation
is given of the trend of opinions
among the Cabinet members.
LIMA, Peru, Mav 10. Active
preparations for war with Ecuador
aic being made.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 10.
Judge William Chambers has been
jjafrcd as the third arbitrator for
'"dealing with the railroad troubles.
H WAII DELIGHTS
' SENATOR WILSON
Of His Slay In
Senator George 1'. WIson, former
attorney general, returned jestcrrtay
from n winter vacation trip to Hono
lulu, says Ihu Mliincatolls Journal of
April "I. He wjb acromi lined by
Mru. Wilson, and they nlho spent con
hldcr'tibln t lino In California. They
limit been nwny blneo November.
"Honolulu Is one of tho mobt Inter
esting cities In Iho woild, t think,
though It has only tD.OilO to E0.000 poo
plo " suld Senator Wilson. "It is Dig
cross-ioudn of tha Pacific, and Its In
habitants form a bowllderlng nd mix
ture of incos. Tho purh-blooded Ha-
wollnus n ro fast diminishing, but (hn
half-bloods aro a fluo-lnoking class of
people. The mlxtnro )s largely Chr
Fhe. Many do not have the slantlm'
oyo of tbu Chlucso, and nio very hand
some, Thoro nro a good ninny I'orlu
gueso half-bloods nlso.
"I.lko 'Minnesota, tho islands of Ha
wall seem o havo been foitunato in
their early whlto settlors, Thuy were
a very superior cltihs of men, begin
nlng with tha early mirslo'iailes. Their
ilseondants nrn men of u very lino
typo, many of thorn graduates ' Ynlo
niul Harvard. Many of them hnV
(flnntitinrd on Pair? 5
JB$J"-"For Salo" curds ut Oullvttn.,
Warship On Round The World;riri'ffit,K; iK
Tour Arrives From
Tim I '.iro of liaiuls niul (In delight
ill chearln-s fiom t-o'.vnl tlii'ii-uMd
thioats gr 'leu the airlvn of (he ttlni
thud class ."orluguw-) cruiser Hun
H ibrlt I. ns Mio cuiiiu within sight of
Koko Head licfuro 9 o'clock this morn-
Ing and wns brought alongside tho
No. 3 nival whaif hy noon todny.
It was a warm and heartfelt wel
come that was accorded the San On
brhl wllh her thirteen officers, seven
teen unviil rndents, twenty-four petty tons displacement. She Is n cruiser
officers nnd 105 men, by thn Portuguese of tho third class and this Is her In
eolony of Honolulu who teemed to, Itlal cruise nround the world Tho Sin
nsscnih'o en mnsuc for hundreds o' Gabriel was built In 1898 nt Havre,
ffCt alone tho vvalerrlde udjolnln; the Kraticc and for a number of years
United Slntes njvnl, wharves. rlin has been t the Portugti'se Kust
Tie war bprwpa .mot nUDlamvnd Ax!L9anl''ui!'Wl jilROjbru.tbjfJnillaji
lft-nTl "by" n largo delegation of local station,
Portuguese. 'Muuy went out to gain Tho vessel cnirles an armament of
lhefr llrst view of their countrymen fourteen guns. Tbeso belched forth
on thu lntcr-Island steamer Klnnu. a stlutu as tho cruiser halted nt Ilia
The Matson Nnvlgutlon tug Intrepid
also conveyed n nuoibsr of well known
citizens nrd their families. Several
smoller gasoline nnd sailing craft were
picked up as the cruiser slowly
steamed to tlio quarantine ground to
nwnlt n sp-cdy practlrpio . by Dr.
Junics of tho Kedeial quarantine sin-
FOR NEGRO GRACE
Sheriff And Chief
While not dcioing Hint It In pos
sible that Anderson Grace got away
for Formosa on the Jnpuncso liner
Hint sal'lcd for tho Orlant on tho
sumo day as tho negro broko away
froru tho prison gang, tho police au
thorities do nut think It likely that
tho escaped murderer lias left tho
"Some of (ho plain clothes men
nro always iirOund any steamer that
is in port," said un offlelul this morn
ing, "and as tha escape of Grace wns
known at tho police station halt an
hour after the getaway, thoro Is not
much chnnro of his having bourded
tho bo.it. All thp waterfront spe
cials and other olTlctlls know draco
by sight, nnd It Is very unlikely that
tho negro got away from Oahu."
Last night Hheilff Jarrctt and
Chlot McDuirto went nut on a search
that wns piompted hy n cluo jhat
reached tho police station. Tho
who!o detottlvo fono wns also out,
ami after surrounding u block of ten
ement houses, u thorough search wbb
mndo of tho place No signs of
Grace wore, liowuvor, discovered, and
tho ofllcors thon went niit on an
other hunt for tho much-wuntod
Tho Ornro proposition Is dlfforent
to nny othor escno matter thnt has
over attracted atti ntlon In Hawaii.
All other ebcnpecn wero captured
through Information given hy pcoplo
hom whom tho cojvlcts had obtain
ed rood or clothl'ig. Grace, ns far
a b Is known, has not boon seen by
nn one, who wou d give him nway,
and unless ho has a supply of food
sufficient for months, ho mist hnva
some friends to whom tho reward of
S5U0 does not appeal,
Women are supposed to bo tho
slaves of fashion, but It "h a mtstnUe.
Men nio Hid real slaves, Inasmuch
us tlioy have to pay tho freight,
, Tlio fleet n( launches loaded with
chirring Portuguese, followed hchlnd
Ihu San Gabriel and her way Into the
huilior of Honolulu wns marked hi
linnil inuslc and other outward forma
of welcome. The sight of Iho fnlhor-
land Hug was sulllclcnt to warrant n
moro or less continuous cxprcss'on of.
Joy from the Portuguese. I
'San Gabriel a Trim Ship.
The San Gabriel Is n vessel of ITS
naval wharf. Tho vessel Is propelled
by engines capable of developing .T)11
horso jiower and a speed of 17 knot!
per hour, During tho present cruise
tho vessel has been averaging ten
knots per hour. Tho voynto Is to ho
an extended one and speed Is entirely
u minor consideration.
I (Continued on Vast 2)
BIG PROFIT MADL
BY AUTO SELLER
Sam Pupuhi Committed
On Charge Of
Most of tho tlmo at the police
court, this morning was tnken up
with tho alleged gross client caso of
Satn Pupuhi, who was charged with
having bumned B. W, Knmohontll
out of tho sum of 1450.' Tho caso
nroRo through tho salo of an auto
mobile, thai was valued by tho von
Ilamm-Yoiing people at J300, to the.
complainant by tho defendant, who
received 91350 for tho car, The
defendant handed over only $S00 to
tho von Hamm-Young people, and
tho complainant, finding this out,
claimed that Pupuhi had cheated
him out of the difference
Charles V. Chllllngwortli proso
ciitcd, and Qloin K, Qulnn dofend
od. A bill of sato was Introduced
us evidence, and n recolpt- for 1700,
signed by Pupuhi nnd acknowledging
tho salo of a cur on behalf of tho
von lliimui-voung Company, was
nl Ro produced. Tho balnnio of fSSU
was paid nt n, different tlmo, and
thcio was no donlal of tho fact that
tha car was Bold by Pupuhi for
Qulnn advanced tho nrgument
that, If u man has a horso for salo
nt $150, nnd a frlond disposes of tho
unlninl for $(75, and kcops tho $25
for hlmsolf, after handing tho $15U
to tho 'former owner of tho horso,
thoro could be no kick coining from
Judgo Andiudo, after listening to
the ovldence, committed tho accused
for trial to tho Circuit Court, pro
viding thnt the grand Jury find a
"When I looked over my mull,"
said one youn! author, "thoro was
nothing In It excepting bills or re
jected manuscripts," "I know," ro-
piled ,the oilier! "it's alwajs oltlior
tonietlilug duo or nothing doing."
TARN M'GREW WEDS
MISS GKAMP !N LONDON
John Turn Mcflrew, Ron of Dr.
ami Mr. McGicvv, was married on
April 7 In l.i)ii(l(m In Miss Isabella
Siott Grnmp. I ,
I Tills pleasunt jnows wnH contained
, In letters received liy tlio mall of
tJesterday. Mr, ntul Mrs. McQrow
wl'l make n short tntir or tha con-
will make their permanent home.
Mrs. McGrcw (nco Cramp) Is an
nriiinlntiinco of Mrs. W. (1. Irwin,
ni'd tons niaclo tier home In London
YES OR NO, WAS
Governor frear Fails To
While dlscusrilug the proposed
Inmendiuent toJcoaMwIsn Fhlpplns
flaw ut Dip orttie of Governor Kresr
this morning, a copy of tho amend
ment having ben received In jestor
day's innl! tho "chief executive wu3
usked If ho had his coastwise fine re
"Well last January I paid four hu I
died dollars for mysolf nnd mr dau'i
Icr to land hero coming from San
KrunclKcn on n steimer which did ml
fly the flag of tho United "States," Ik
replied. "Now. Governor tln-ro tins beon con
slderablo talk about thnt flno of yuuri.
Wns it remltteil from Wnshlnglonr1
"Well, t have never announced Hint
It wns," he replied.
"Hut. wnHii't It remitted recently?
This question Is of Interest to people
In the territory."
"There bns been no announcement
made by me Hint It wns remitted."
tho Governor reiterated. "Anyway
ono or tho papers staled a thorl time
ago that It had not been."
"Well, hasn't It been, then," the rs
"Now, I haven't said thnt It had not
been remitted either," quoth tho Gov
ernor, and there tho matter rested.
They Arc In the Hands
. Of Immigration
Two hundred and fifty Russians
who arrived hero on Friday by tho
Pacific Mail liner Mongolia have been
released from dutoutjou al Quaran
Tha Russians nnd their effects
were loaded upon, the steam barge.
Pioneer ut noon today and transport
ed to the Channel wharf.
Tho newly -arrived Immigrants
were escorted to the Immigration sta
tlon, and tlioio will bo obliged to
undergo a closo examination before
being turned loose upon their own
It required tho greater part of
Monday for tho staff of nffiiors con
netted with tho local customs to
complolp nu examination of tho bag'
gugo und personal effects of the Hub
Three Russians Included In tha
Mongolia party were(found to huvo
nil symptoms of chicken pox nnd
thev havn been detalnpi! at Ihn stn-
It will require sovoral days to com
plete the Investigation by the Imml
grntlon authorities. Tho Russians wit!
bo housed and fed at tho station ilur.
lug that time,
Tho representatives of tho Hawaii
an Sugar Pliiuleis' Association will
haVo an opportunity to fender offers
of employment uftor tha Immlgratlou
Woolley Tries To
Split With Conservatives Now
Widening To Alarm Of '
The ib-clded differences of opinion pass at lis first regular session a law
s to the proper method to bo adopted I'nihlMtltiB Iho mniiurnrtiira or salo
in going before the peopie ,n the lch S'JJ.K U'SS'S
Isclle campaign Is disturbing thu coun- CCpt fr medicinal nnd sclmtlno pin-
cils of tho prohibitionists In a manner pores."
that has kept ARent Woolley busy In Tho advocates of absoluto prohlbl-
trying to in tango for a united rront to tlon, among whom Is Cir-ult Judg-j
tho opposition. Tha councils' of thy Whitney, declares that u ider an en
prohibitionists nro divided us to itctim.nl In accordance wl'h tho ternn,
whether tho campaign Is to bo ono of the. resolution, It would bo Initios-
with "antl saloon" ns tho slogan or tho slide for nn ngent to taVo ordcts for
advocacy of a hard and fnst prohlbl
tlon that would make anything cou
tnlnlng liquor a contraband, nn plac
ing beer and wine on a par ylth jplum,
In this connection those whe would
llko to adhqro to tho ''policy. liaancr
witn the Idea or holding out against
an) thing npptoachlng absolute prohi
bition Jiave apparently overlooked tho
wording or Iho rcsvtut'on Hut provides
for 'tho pleblEclto on July SGth. This
resolution presents thu question to thu
voters In tho following languigo
Shall tho Legislature to bo elected,
In November 1310. bo rcrj lested to I
DR. COLLINS FILES
Assets Are $1400 And
Liabilites Placed At
Dr. Victor II. Collins at 1:50 this
afternoon filed u petition In bank
ruptcy, alleging his liabilities to be
$i:', 020.2 j und artels $HU0.
According to the schcdUo present
ed to the court, tho largest creditor
Is 1'. II. Iliimphrls of London, to
whom Dr. Collins Is Indobtcd lo tho
amount of 111,125.
Tho ansels listed are! for stock
In trade, Instruments, etc., $300;
debts due, $800; property claimed
us exempt, :10U rmuklng a total or
Liabilities consist of taxes duo
amounting to $20.50, niul unsecured
clnlms of $12.90.73. making total
liabilities, of $12,920.23. ,
The petition wl be heard In tha
Federal Court tomorrow morning bo
fore Judge Robertson,
After being out but n few niluutcs
this afternoon tho Federal Jury return
ed u vetilirt or guilty against Harry
I.. Whllo chaiged with retailing liquor
without paying tho special tax litctb
siiry lo conduct such u business.
While vvas charged wll)i tnklng two
cases of O. P. S. whiskey and two cases
of Cream Ryu whiskey In an utitomo
bllo to tho Illehua reservation und
retailing It to soldiers on January 10.
It was shown In thu testimony that
ho paid $15 for tbo two cases of O. P.
S. and sold It at $1.50 u bottlo, and
that Ihu Cream Rye cost him $25 and
ho sold Hint ut $2 a bottle.
in"For 8bI" rsrds nt lliillntln.
it n t: tt tt tt tt tt tt st it :: tt t: tt a
officers are through with tha crowd of
Some seventy Filipinos who' ulso ar
rived by tho Mongolia havu been re
leased from quarantine und as they
hall from tenllory over'wlilch fllesllho
'American, flag, they worn ut liberty t)
go where they willed.
Tlio Filipinos made for the Planters'
recruiting shed and will ho sent to thn
sugar estates hy tha curliest avnllnbh)
liquors hero and then slp the goods
fiom the coast, It being claimed Hint
tho law would contcmrlato ucHw
trnnsactlon as a sale consiimmaled
within o Territory or Uavvnll.
" The attempt to- make' thu term "nn'l
.aloon" take tho pluco of prohlhltln i
In tho upprtnehing campaign Is In
terpreted as one of Woolley's happy
thoughts to mislead Iho voters Into n
belief thnt they would bo simply advo
cating tho restriction of the saloon In
stead of giving their endorsement to
a hard and fist prohibitory 'law for
tho Territory as n whole.
State Governors Asking
Support For Their
Cnnvnss for tho next uuniiaf session
or governors In tho United Stntcs, th)
dalu when iho convention will ho held
and the pluco which It Is to ho held
are questions which severnl chief ex
ecutives In (he states on the mainland
nro discussing Just now. (
I)y thu Chi) it's mull yesterday Gov
ernor Frear received soverul letteia
from governors of different states re
questing his support In selecting the
state of tho writer ns the ono to whlcn
tho governors should come
Thls'convendon Is nu annual affair
Introduced by President Roosevelt,
nud thu last ono was held ut Wash
ington lust January.
Several stnles havu begun their can
vnss all eddy for tho uuxt convention
Kentucky nnd Indiana Mug two of
tho first In tho lleld nnd both having
strong hopes from their central loca
tions of swinging (hu convention that
Governor Frcnr stntcd It wub proh
able that next year's convention would
bo held In January tho sauio ns tho
oiiu this )cnr.
Kim Foo Sing this morning In tlio
criminal court vvas fined $75 and cost.,
Ho was found guilty of ustnull ujil
TJIioo Clieo Yung, charged with lar
ceny, pleaded not guilty to Ih'u charge
mid his trial has been set for Mtty 19.
Tvvcnly-elght autoiuobllo drivers up
before Judgo Cooper thisv morning
cliuigvd with reckless driving each
pleaded guilty to thu Indictment nn.l
had sentence, suspended over them for
In tha caso of Nnknmuru und thir
teen cither Japanese, charged wlth bit
ing present at u gambling gumo, a mo
tion for n new trial was taken under
advisement by llio Court. Attoruey
Mghlfoot arguing for tha accused men
charged that Chief McDufne und Po
liceman Keltett gave statements which
did not nccord with thn facts while
iimiii l hn witness stand.
WASHINGTON, D, C, May 10. -The
Administration railroad bill
passed the House of Representatives
today hy a voto of two hundred to
one hundred nnd twenty-six. Those
voting for the bill included all the
Republican members of the House
and fourteen TJcmocrats
The measure did not, however, es
cape amendment. The provision for
a tcart of commerce, over which a
bitter controversy arose in the Sen
ate, "was retained, but the House de
feated the (raffle arrreement clause
that granted nermission for railroad
corporations to purchase stock in the
corporations controlling non-competing
ALL NATIONS 4
(Special Bulletin Cable.) - .
WASHINGTON. D. 0.. Mav 10. '
Senator Perkins of California has inn
tiv.uui.cu u jvinv rcsuiuwvnwin uic:
Senate authorizing the President to
extend an invitation to all foreign
nations to participate in thcPanama-Pacific-San
Francisco celebration to
be, held in 1915, when the Panama
canal win be opened to trnfllc.
(Special Bulletin Cable.) '
LOUISVILLE. Kv.. Mav 10.
Donau won the Southern Derby Co-
day, tanturing the purse amounting j
to .pu,uu. -
SAN FRANCISCO. Mpv 10.-
Beets; 88 analvsie, 14s. lid.1, patity, 1
5.18c. Previous quotation, 14s.- CI
H1L0 RAILWAY h
Buying Orders, Tips Andf
Rumors Arc Flying s
Hlln Hallway common slockld the
leader lu tlio Hurry that Is occupying!.'
tho minds nf stock buyers Jujt .atjj '
There nro "straight tips" UtidMeepi
"conndentlal" rumors going tlj? J
ruuiuU regarding (his jHocKbutJ.M
thuso In authority will give out noth-J
Ing for thu public In regard tovany- r
tt.l.l tl.n, ....... I.rf .. . . 1..1 V-V
The-llllo inllvvnr wus lullt on Tlio
money from bonds, and It. I- olalm-t?
. ...... . . ... . .
en mm u new extension win tiO(i
iianccd In a short time, and this wl
of necessity cull ior 'An' lucreaco I
!. n..ln, .inl. M ......l. t'
uv luiuim HlLriyi, u Uliucf IUQ lilWS J
of tho Tcriltory, railways mty ImuoJo
bonds up lo Hie amount ! their,?'
vM,..m, mi,i.n, IUUIH-1JUVIIU7, wncu,v
moto bonds urn to be floated, inorai
stock Is voted. t
Some of tho' broker utato that!
there has been u steady inorcniont
nmong tho clrdo )( bfo)ianbuvlntr
tho Hllo Railway slojlt' for bi lotSI
force the prlco up. When offofS
have come Into tlio markoU-tnla'tal
sired stock has been available SMw
just an eiBum or, a quarter"rnof