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From San Franolscor
. Mongolia May 30.
For San Francisco: " '-
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Marnmit Apr. 29
Manuka May 26
SiRns on jour windows will not
secure you tenants and boarders
half so quickly as n little nd in
the B u 1 1 e t i n's Room and Bonrd
ESTABLISHED 1882. HO. 4620,
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITDUY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MAY 23, 1010. 12 FADES.
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NEW YORK, May 23. Attorneys
for the prosecution sprung' a tremen
dous sensation today in the case of
Secretary Heike of the Su-jar Trust,
who is on trial for complicity in the
short-weight methods by which the
Government was defrauded of mil
lions of dollars of imports.
The attorney for the Government
called at a witness former Sunerin
tendent Spittcr of the Williamsburj
docks, who has been serving a sen
tence' of two years' imprisonment for
his connection with these same
Helke's' attorneys protested against
the appearance as a witness against
their client of a man who is under
sentence of, imprisonment. This was
met by a. further sensation, when the
Government attorneys revealed the
fact that President Taft had on May
10 issued a pardon for Spitzer, and
restored him to his rights-as a cit
inert. Spitzer bcin" ut on the stand tes
tified to tho detailed methods by
which the weighing frauds were per
petrated. DAILY SCORES OF
(Soecial Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, May 23.
Today's scores in the big lcainic
American Boston 3, Chicago 4
(fifteen innings) : Washington 7, St.
Louis 2; Philadelphia 3. Detroit 5.
National Pittsbure 1, New York
7: St. Louis 5. Brooklyn 0; Cincin
nati 0. "Boston 5. Other games for the
day were postponed.
(Bm-cial Bu'llotin Cable.)
PARIS, Mav 23. Counts Israel Dc
Lessens and po Poligny today fought
p quei wun pisiois. jjom men were
.V .. '.m ' 5S-
FOR STRAW VOTE
First Move Of Women To
Promote Cause Of
On the luual of the Itoynl Hawai
ian Hotel this morning ut 10 o'clock
ii number of representative women of
Honolulu met to discuss a plau nt
ncllou In tbo campaign for prohibi
tion, Tho women who wcro Invited
to this mooting wcro the oniccrs of
over forty organizations of women,
but thoy4wero not thoro as represent
ing tho sentiments of tholr organiza
tions, but wero aslccd as being, by
reason of tholr holding ofllccs, rec
ognized as representative women of
Mrs. V. F, Ficar was olecled
chairman of the meeting, and Mrs.
W.'Ij. Dowers secretary. A resolu
tlon'was adopted substantially as fol
(Continued on Page 3)
ERECTED FOB DECORATION DAY
.HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND MONUMENT WORKS. limited
Plione (148 180 8. King Street
HALL PASSED AW AY
Ul LlllUUill 1U'
Pointed Remarks On
"It Is not u question as toHwlictliur
I.ymer talked too mtich lioro In tliu
office nntl I didn't glvo him n call
down, nor In It a question of anything
elso except that Parsons, while Com
mlssloncr or Iloundarlcs four years
ago, honid n case und has noer given
n decision In It." said Attorney donor
nl Lindsay In response, to u question
about llio ntlr that Is being kicked lip
by the llllo papers In the matter be
tween Judgo I'araonu and tho Attorney
Going on further to explain the situ
ntlqn Lindsay stated that an a matter
of fact tho Attorney General's Dcpnr
mcut had not filed a brlof In the" caso
but that wan no reason for a delay of
four years on Parsons part. '
, "This tblng came up In tho tlmo of
.Attorney General Peters In (bo Ami
place,- and Parsons now. .curue out
with tho flimsy oxcuso liiaUtbls ofllce
Iiad iiout llkd a brlof In tho cane Ho
(Continued on Pace 6)
On Mountain Slopes
Man Overcome By Climb Yes
terday and Physician Hurries
to His Assistance
Three young men, named P. Schcld,
J. von Holdt and M. Frcnzer, started
off nt 4 o'clock yesterday ipornlng
meaning to scale Konahuanul Peak,
and up till lo o'clock this morning
nono of tho travelers had returned. At
11 o'clock voit Holt and Frcnzer man
aged to get to town, and at once ar
ranged for a guide and doctor tq go
to tho summit or tho peak nnd cam
ror Beheld, who Is rciiorted to bo ut
terly exhausted' and crippled with
bleeding feet '
According to von HoldYs story the
three pedestrians made good tlmo dur
ing the first stugo of tho journey, but
by tho tlmo tho top or tho range was
reached Bchcld'a feet wero In a fearful
condition. Darkness Bet In and the
men, seeing that they could not pos
slbly get back Id town yesterday,
camped ant for tho night.
Tills mr.rnlng Schcld's feet wore In
such a condition that ho' could not
walk, and tho other two, after making
him as comrortablo as possible, left to
sccuro help for their companion. It
took the two six hours to mako their
way down tho mountain sides to the
city,' nnd they wero exhausted when
they reached homo.
As soon us von Holdt nnd his com
panion arrived In town thoy nt onco
arrangod for Dr. Hlraub nnd a guldo
to mako tho Journey to tbo top of tho
rungo to succor Beheld. Tho guldo is
necessary us neither of tho mon know
exactly how'thoy went or returned on
their long Journey.
Although Scheld was In a bad way
when his companions left him, It fs
thought that with the exception of his
crippled feet, ho Is In no serious dan
ger. He was mado as comfortable as
PROHIBITION IN HILO
Nakookoo Failed To
Enlist Support Of
(Special Corrcsondcncn )
1111.0 Hawaii, Muy 20. The prohi
bition right on (ho Inland of Hawaii
lias on'y Marled n cirnest durliig
tho past few weeks. Them hnvo h-re?
lofore been koiho desultory sklrin
Ishcs, principally through letters to
tho local press, but tho actml batll.i
hns Just begun. Thp trumpet of war
was first sounded by J. K, rifako'lko').
tho president of tho Knulkoamill So
o.'cty, who U llkewlao tho president of
tho Hawaiian Prohibition League. He
nrrlvcd hero a llttlo over a week ago
und nnnottuccd'tlint ho would organlnu
prohibition clubs In llllo nnd In all
tho rCBt of tho districts? ,uf the Island.
And hero the most Interesting fea
ture of tho cumfTalgn com6s""!n,
namely, tbo fact thn't tho Hawaiian
positively decllno to join Jils club. Na
kookoo spys this in due to a nilsiin-
possible boforo his companions left
him, und ho. agreed that tho best thing
lo do .was for them to go to town uud
I Tho guldo left as soon ns ho got tho
message, and Dr. Strnub also hurried
off wllh a .supply of bandages nnd
Htlnilllnntn It lu ft Innt- lmirnn nii.l
, . .vo l'"J mi...
'uiallff nllmli In tltn uo.i, iuIu... U 1...I.I
u,.t .......u iu t.iv nirvi ni.viu C3;iiuiii
Is laying, but 'It Is thought that ho
will be brought down soiuo tlmo dur
ing the afternoon.
Tho rescue party that left this
morning to try und bring P. ScholU
down to tho city" had to return with
out getting to the man, A Hag that
his companions had hoisted on a tree
could .be seen from tho Pull, but
there was no chance of scaling tho
walls of rocks and the party return
ed to town to tell tho sheriff at tho
According to vun Holdt's story.
Beheld has n weuk heart, and al
though athletic looking, ho collapsed
uud could nut bo Induced to takoun-
ollior step. The man's tonguo was
very swollen, and ho was suffering
from thirst. Tho heavy rnln that
fell last night may keep hi in alive till
a rescue party reaches tho peak he
js lying on.
" Tho party took fop hour to mako
tho ascent from Wiilmunalo side, and
unless some shorter trail Is discov
ered, Beheld stands very llttlo chance
of coming through with his llfo.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
BERLIN Mav 2.1 ficrmnnv nrn.
teitt against England and Russia
warning Persia to refuse railway
concessions to the Germans,
Tho complainant In the case of
nila lino Kekaha complainant
against Mnlkii Palalun has dismissed
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M. . ; '... . .
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drrstandlng on Ihelr part. "They nro
under tho Impression (hat If wo' press
tho law wo arcfaftor, llipy will he pro
cnlil from drjnklng," ho said yester
day. "Of course, oven If tho law Is
passed they will bo ablo to Import
all the liquor they want from tho
Coast. It will closo up only the local
liquor stores and tho saloons.'
While tho opposition to Nakookoo's
HETZGER TALKS OF
THAT KANSAS LAW
Believes In Tempers nee
And That Is Not
-IIII.O; IUnlt-MayJ0 1). K.-VUli-ger,
the cnglnccr-nud contractor who
Is building Mat brvnkivHter. gavo his
views on piohlbltlon to the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
correnpondent as follows:
"Yes, I was born and reared In tho
Statu 6f Kinsiis, until I was 23 years
old. Prohibition has been tho law
there ever since I can remember. I
attended school for 10 years nt tho
"holy city." Topcka, wbcro every
known vice Is supposed to bo rigidly
tabooed. Ily the tlmo I cinio to at
tend Washington Collego I found thai
my class fellows know many-liigcnlous
ways of extracting the cork from a
bottle and most of them could drink
a quart hot lie of beer, either warm or
cold, without much effort, und I have
impienily Known youngsters lo carry
6-ouneo llat bottles or "fish-hook"
whiskey In their (lockcls nnd punish
themselves and their friends with It.
This slzo bottle could bu, purchased
In nearly any section of tho city for
"As some of these same youngsters
are today ranked among tliu leading
men of the state I cannot believe It
did them much. If nny, harm lo lean,
at an early ngn of tho effect and dan
ger of liquor. I do not know how tho
youths of Wlrlilta, Atchison, Leaven
worth and other places In tho stato
where open saloons existed, turned
out, but I believe all theso places pro-
uuci'U some iireuy gouti iqiuuit.
"Drunkenness Is certainly a serious
problem with every manager and cm
(Continned on Paee 6)
IN addition to writing
policies that cover
Loss or Damage by
Fire we have a special
policy that covers
or damage tn the
ed by being in
any moving or
for damage to the
party of others
caused by collision.
TRUST CO., LTD.
i---" 7 1 .
What Fetter Says
ment of Law
prohibition organization has largely
been passive peoplo merely declining
to Join tho Under met with open
opposition at the meeting of tho local
Keaulke.ioull l-oilge the other night,
J. P. Hale, ii well known Hawaiian
leader, proposed that tho lodge en
dorse the prohibition proposition and
sign the pledge. This met with strong
opiKisltlou on tho part of another of
ficer of the lodge, who Insisted that
this was not a proper matter for tliu
lodge to-tako up. The Honolulu lodge,
for instance, ho argued bud surely
not taken It up. Nakookoo, who was
present, was called up. Ho admitted
that tho Honolulu lodge had not taken
It tip. but argued that, as the lodge
was .organized on Christian principle,
It would bo perfectly propvr for It to
endorse prohibition Finally the mo
tion 'was lost on a vote, and It was
(Continued on Pace 6)
Mer-Island Manager Will Learn
' Attitude Of The Federal
General Manager Kennedy of the In-tor-Island
Bteam Navigation Company
who left fo?( Iho mainland some weeks
ago. Is believed to bo on his way lo
Washington If ho has uot already ar
rived there. While nothing has been
divulged ul tho steamship nlllco con-
fuirnlng Mr. Kennedy's hurried depart
ure to tho coast or his mission there,,
It Is generally understood that tho
head of tbo steamship company Is tn
conference with members of Congru's
concerning the proposed amendment
to Incorporate tho Intor-lsland Btoam
rl'lp Company In Iho Interstate Com
FENNEIi OF BEER
Alden Bcssc's Wet Cargo
Is Passed Up To
flic six hundred and sixty-six bar-
',rels of beqr that wore brought to Ha
waii as a part of the cargo of tho good
ihlp Alden Hesse will probably luiYo
to ho shipped back rrom whenco It
: came Ims Angeles unless Woolley
makes plans for the emulation of the
Postou Ten Party In the Interval-
making It beer to be destroyed Instead
of tho nervc-ronsumlng tea.
LIcoiibo Inspector Fennel bus called
upon tho Attorney Ooncrnl for assist
ance lu attempting to solve tho prob
lem tliHt Is confronted by tho foreign
beer, 6C6 barrels of the brow being
consigned to A. W, K. Thompson.
The License Inspector declared this
pmrnlng that ns far ns he could seo
Thompson was presented with two al
ternatives, either ship the beer back
to Los Angeles or take, out a whole
saler's license, like that-held by the
mJ i tfjt. . . .u.i .
FOUR MONTHS AND
OF ON TAI
Purchaser Of Soldier
Tour months' Imprisonment iu
O.iliu prison and tbo payment of n.
Hue of $100, was the scntenco given
to Call On Tnl this morning by Judgu
ItobertKon In tho Kodernl court, tliu
prisoner having been found guilty of
being a buyer of soldiers' clothing con.
itrnry lo law. Attorney Mngoon guvo'
' notice of n motion for u new tr(.il of
The case was np fur sentence Sat
urday morning but owing lo Attorney
Mngoon, representing tho prisoner, be
ing out of town, tho cuse was con
tinued until today. I
United Stntes Attorney llreckons
was present representing tho govern
ment, but had nothing to say, Attor
ney Magon taking the tlmo of the
court' to;- more thnn halt an, hour In
arguing1 for it minimum lino and no
Iniprlsopment. Ho called attention to
tho tact" that diial was pwir nnd
.could uot afford a heavy flmval which
j Drcckons broke lit lo say that a man
(continued on rage o)
merce Act, The amendment which
was presented us n rider to tho Hall
way Hill boforo tho Mouse of llopre
scntutlvcs, was adopted by that body.
"Iho measure. Is now before tho Sen
ate. Manager Kennedy will doiibilesH
bih'g consldemblu pressure lo bear
upon Delegato Kuhlo as well ns thoso
numbers of both houses of tho Na
lltiiTkl Legislature who havu visited
Hawaii nnd aro moro or less convers
ant with conditions portioning to Inter
Itlund trmfllo between tho islands of
ho Hawaiian group.
WASHINGTON. D. C.. May 23.
The appropriation for the Tariff
Board was eliminated from tho Sun
dry Civil Bill on a point of order.
This appropriation totals a quarter of
a million dollars.
BOOKER T. '
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 23.
Booker T. Washington, the- fnmous
negro educator, was today elected a
life member of the World's Sunday
School Association. '
SAN FRANtJlSCO. May 23.
Beets: 88 analysis, ISs, 0 3 4d.; par
it v. 5.22c. Previous quotation, 15s,
n t: rt n u :: u u it :: tt n :t
local representative of a Heatllo brow,
cry and which costs f touu a year.
Thompson docs not have n'holo-
salo licenso und . from his statement
does not Intend to gu Into, the llnunr
business beyond tho 66G kegs brought
by tliu Aldeu Uebse.
W. W. tlnll. litfnit i.r llm Mrm nf.tr
W. W. Hall
O. Hall & itona and wideh- known ' M
iiirounnuui uiu rviriiory illod at i;,is' ,-j
this nrtrrnoon at bis homo In NlnisniiV
Valley. 1 lo was surrounded by hla fam-T j1
Ily when hn pasveil nway. ' A
i'.l. 11111 It lll'.llll W.IH VXp.'CIVll IIIUCU
Ha! unlay night when ho bad a soreru
sinking spell and "when he recovered
eonwloir.ncna wan greatly weakened.
Ho was somen hnt stronger this morn
ing but nfter noon he loct conscious
ness and lie passed nway shortly be
fore 2 o'clock. , ' , A
Mr. ii.ui was. i no son ni i ). nan .
who founded the firm of K, O. Hafl
ft Bon, anil had retired from actlv?
buiiiuess for lometlme.
Mr. Hull Is survived by Ids widow.
nnd fivo children. Thu daughturs aro
M.ls Charlotte Hall ami Mrs,. Mn'b
rfJfXMeiMfte. -.Tb;..j!pns , Hey
niM Hall, nninascr of Ibc Associated
I)kij4di:11. Holl pay..hJj'e$ld?it,iif
Hangur, Maine aifd Phillip Hall, em
ployed In the firm or K, o. Hnfl'and
Sons, Ltd - i
It was elated this ufternwrn that tho
"fjineral arrangements have not Vet
"been decided upon, other than Mr..
Hall's expressed wl"li f(,r crematlou
will be carried mil.
WARiriNrvrnw n ft Ma or&
The naval anpropriation bill carry- '"A
uiu a mini ni iiiio iiunuicu uuu iiittij i,y
milllonn nf. dollars nnzsnl the Henalo I
today. Jhe Senate has" retained the' &!
two-battlehip plan that was adopt- A
ea by the House. , j rffii
This bill curried also tho Tearl 'v.J
Harbor npiroprIatlon that wasfreln-ijA.
scried nfter having been sttuck'out'Pp
by the Senato committee.
(Special Bulletin CablelSl'l&S
LONDON, Muy 23. KaIscrWll-;
ll1n J.H.IllJ r. Tfa.fl I.Ja.. l'kM;. .4J
iiiiiu uviaiivu iui jjuiiiii ivuui. ns j
UfllllllV UDHI-Vt ..
mini. i iii ii in i. ii
liuuuuui iiiiiiiuu t,, i
lie Will Not Preventi
"Taking Liquor," JI
He Avers 'yS
"V.'hat Is prernned In net to Ny'tliojj
hand of Uvy upon people and prevent
them taking liquor, but simply to olveflj
them protection against tho tcmpt-jB
tlon from the open liquor traffic InT
their midst." fH
This statement was mado yostcruaySj
by John Q. Woolley nt an address ulovl
llvrred by him before the congregations!
of Knwalahao church, amounting prho-p
tlcally to an admission that it Is tiotll
tho spirit of prohibition that Is thoil
real deslro of himself nnd his follow-'"
crB but an anti-saloon campaign. Mi
(Continued on Page 2) r jB
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