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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 40 02.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PSIGX I 'CIKTt
CONFESSES TO SLAYING
William Savidge Asks Court
Order Against Former
Alleging that his former wlfo Is
not a proper pcrton to hao custody
(if the. children, (if the union, Wil
liam Snvldge loday llli'il n petition
In the Circuit Court to bo given their
$omo months ago Snvldge was di
vorced from hia wlfo, ninl la now
paying her consldorttb o monthly nil
In the petition ho nller.es that tOic
la friendly with n person whose rep
utntlou la not or tho best, nml mi
thlH Rio u nd praya that tho children
may bo Riven over to Ills cure.
lie further alleges that his former
wlfo hna the Intention of leaving tho
CITY AND COUNTY
Offices To Close
On Saturday ,.
All city and county offices will re
main closed on Saturday out of re
spect for tho memory of tho Into
Trunk It. 'llnncy. This action was
ink mi nt noon toduv, when tho city
and county hoard of .Supervisors met
In aperlal session and passed n set
of resolutions introduced by member
Andrew Cox, of YViilalun district.
Tho resolutions rend as follows:
"Whorciw, It hna pleased AlmlRhty
Mod to romoo'by death our esteemed
fellow cltltcn, Honorable Prank It.
Ilaney, Territorial Senator and ox
inembor of the Hoard of Supcrv Isora
of the Cuuiity of Oahu; and
"Whercni. . tho community, by the
death of Honorable I''rnnk II. Harvey,
hue lost a worthy, charitable and pub-llc-8plrltiLcHlicn;'
"Ho It Ilreoived, that we, tho mem
bers of tho Hoard of Supervisors of
tho City and County of Honolulu, do
hereby tender to tho members of the
family of tho deceased our sincere,
sympathy with' them In their bereave
ment: and '
"He It Further Ileaolved, that, no n
mark of respect, tho olllces o( the
City nml County of Honolulu bo
closed on Saturday, the S&t'i il.iv of
June, A. I). 1910, and th.it tl.esi res
olutions be spread upon tho ii.lnUtos
of tho Hoard of Supervisor.), un I n
copy of the same, forwuidot to the
family of the decoabod."
I All CHARGES LA1B
Joe Kclpliul, who was captured by
Dr. J.lobdy, a few days iiro, nml who
was st tho tlino ho was caiiRht, prowl
ing uiotitid a, chicken coop, has been
proved to hnvo boon mixed up In sonio
other eliady tninsacllonii. Chief of
Detectlvfs McDnlllu this morning laid
a' cliargo of burRlnry In tho second
'degioo ngalnat tho youth.
It appears that a Japaneso servant
of Mrs. I.ymer missed a lot of cloth
lug and other articles and, as Jou was
seen around tho promises it looks bad
Another charge was laid against
tho boy us tho servant's quarters at n
housu on Uinalllo stioet v.,ere enteiod
nml robbed. It Is thoucht that Joseph
knows something about tho matter.
SAN :FRANCISC0r June 25.
Heeti: 88 analysis, Hs. Gil,; tinritv,
14.1" ...- WA "" " "
HONOR HARVEY FEARED CHINESE OUTBREAKS
Territory on the Manchuria with llio
unnamed person who Is mentioned In
iv c.........im, in... .mi. up.... r.i-,(f,
al lit San rrnnclrco hu fears that
cm win not earn lor mo uiiiiurcn i"
l 11 . .,. . . 1. ...1
n miiii'cr that is to their bci.t In
Judge ftoblnfon Issued tho order!
that Mrs. Snvldge brim; tho children
Inlo roiiit Sitirday morning and ut
that liniO tho court will itecldo In
whose custody they will bo In tuo
It In hunt to disguise a onrn-usml
ei'jrsiRcment ilng ro that tho other
filrls wilt nut know it.
WOULD PREVENT JOURNEY
Asked Secretary Knox
And He Denied
Carly this month tho Clmniitcrri of
Commerce of tho I'aclllc Coast had
a fcelliiR that all wns not rlfiht in
China and that their rcprou-nuilltca
should not ro to the empire, un ac
count of tho outbreak In Cliutigstlia.
TRo Eiifety of tho party, Including
Krcil I. Wnldron, president of tho
Merchants' Association, which Is to
mako tho trip at tho Invitation of tho
CMneso chambers was thought in
daiiRor In cntiirlng inlo iiicn nii'dv
ilircd parts, nml In their illinium, ad
vice wns naked of tho Depart ui-i t of
State, which replied that llieiu win
On Juno i tho following :il.lo was
sent from San Francisco signed by C
V. Hurks, secretary of tho chambers.
FOR ELEVEN DAYS
Secretary Wood Reports
$448 From Curios
Six hundred and Mfty-ono .dollars
nml twenty ccntn woro rciillrd' In thu
Mist eleven days tho Promotion Com
mittee moms on tho Hoard Walk nt
Atlantic City woro open, from Mi.y 21 , emeu,
to tho closo of tho month, iicoi.-dliig Thuvo nro twonty-nlno grmliintcH
to 11 statcmont reeolvod from Stcro-of lll1 l""i ll,l 'l'a''. iwonly-two
tary II V, Wood In yesterday'.-! 1.11.II. Bl whum w" recelv'' IUlomns ut tho
' , , ,, hniiils of t'rliiclpal Hdgar Wood this
Tho receipts enmo from lhrco'ovfl)11(Ri
sources, the sale of curios, cunnedj Tl0 J,orcOTS wi n,minonco with
)ltituiiiIo and plnenpplo Julco. Tho;tllc ianllliR of the clniia tree, which
llrst brought In a total of IHS, tho
second $S0 and tho third brought to
the treasury In oloven days S1:M2').
The hinresl .ilea nf nil kinds for
any olio of tho oloen days v,us on
Momorlul Day when $113.30 worth of
llitwnlhin products were sold
Secrotury Wood reported that tho
work wns getting well organised nml
Hint for tho llrst eMun .days which
IiIh report I'liiorttl from !f.il to F00
(Continued on Fatro 2)
Much Traveled Bum Nflw
In Suva Waiting
John Other, well known to tho
Honolulu police, tuid who Injn claim
lch)(. , cIH,m,lon Jtll'
. .TnrllI ,. llnw ,,. . ,.,,,
" ' - '"
be remembered that John wan told
to get out of Honolulu some mouth t
iiro. He did, pT n C. A. boat, and
upon arrival, at Vancouver ho was
Jul ed till the oaspl started on her
return lilp to Hawaii. xp was then
shipped back by the Canadian nil
tliorltles, who did not enro for hi'
Upon reaching Honolulu, Olhjor
'limn nUinre nml vlalted Chief JI -Duffle.
He told n Rreat talc of woo
(Continued un Pice 3)
"To tho Stnto Department, Wiuhlng
ton, I: C.
"Upon Invitation of Itw C'lui.iiliora
of Conimerre of China, tho Asuor.'ated
Chambers of Comiuerco of tho raclllc
Const includlnR rcpros-intji'ltcs ftom
Spokane, Seattle, I'nrttniid, Tiieoinii,
Han Diego, Ixis AiircIos, Oakland end
San Francisco, contemphitliiR lindo
excursion to China, leaving hern via
8. 8. Korea, August -2.lrd. Today's
prefs dispatches seem Indlceio that
such a. trip might not bo advisable.
Would appreciate any Mig,;e.tloiis
from your department in tho' prem
ises." Three dnyn later Secretary Knox of
tho Btntr Department cent n reply
"This department Is of 'tho opinion
lunl conditions in China furnish no
reason for itiy change in your plans,
Tho troubles appear to bo meroly
local and to not afreet tho ixirts like
ly to bo visited by tho commission,"
This livening 29 Will
Tho commencement exercises ot
tho Territorial Normal and Training
Schttof will bo held this evening, be
nt 7;3U and closing nt 9
w bo follow cd by tho class
pinphecy ami tho class sour,
These exercises will he finished at I
8 O'clwlf. Ulld for tho IieXt llOllr tho
tlo"lK l"irt ' 1,,u I'msrnm will bo
"" ul1. '
lu full the program follows:
Plantlnc of Class Tree.
clioius, Nitltuiial Ilium
(I, W. Wiureii,
I (Continuedon Fage 3)
NEW YORK, June 23. Charlton.
where cont wni found in Like Como,
Italy, in connection with the murder
or Mts. Castle whese body wrs found
flcatinp; in a box on the lake, w
arrested on his arrival in New York
tediv. Afler bcinu dosel" question
ed, he ro-fessed to the rarfrder of his
wife (Mm. Caitlc), ire dtatcs that
tliev hid a dci'Krn'c quarrel at Como
over tl.c metsnee of another woman,
Did in r hra of assion he killed his
v'c and set the boly adrift in a box.
wt: ,rot ,,,1,1.1. ,. fa !.'
vks lost durimr the nerformine- of
WASHINDTON. D. C, June 23.
It is thought that the deadlock: be
tween the He ate and the Senate,
orcr the nucstion-as to whether labor
unions should be c::empt from prose
cntion under the Sherman Antitrust
Act, will be broken shortly. Indica
tions point to the receding- of the
Senate from the stand they took in
opposition to "ranting; exemntion to
labor unions, thcrcb" rivinr; them
the' right to fix a price on their
RENO, Ncv., June 23 James Jef
fries today refused positively to have
anything- to do with John L Sulli
van, who has taken un quarters in
Reno in the interest of the San
Francisco Examiner as a correspond
ent. Jeffries charges Sullivan with
knocking the fight and making- state
ments of a nature that would lead
the public to suspect the fight for
championship of the world to be
faked or fixed.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 23. Pugi
list Jack Johnson, who was arrested
yesterday for exceeding speed limits
in his automobile, and wns released
on $50 bail, has forfeited his bail
bv not appearing- in court,
LONDON, June 23. Cody, an
American aviator, was severely in -
ljured today by a fall of his aero
I plane while making- demonstrations
in preparation for the coining avia
RENO, Nev June 23. The lane-ford-Kctchell
fight has been called
COMMITTEES WILL ADJOURN.
WASHINGTON, D. C. June 23.
The Committee en Public Buildings
and the Conference Committee on Ir-
riRtion nro expected to adjourn on
No 'Change In The Local
There will Jie no change niado In
tho personnel of the staff of United
States navy paymasters at llonol'ilu
btmirn for the present In fa' I It
l. Mo'e than likely 'hat the lout 'in
.t'.itei' shifting of nltuc!ioi !n i..
lii i.t ;nv departnieni will I'...' l.i's"
p'.ov until votno tliii ilinlnr. I'll
spring of 191).
At any rain it ery nRreenblo and
reatsiirliiR. messago was recclted
from "''Ib" t'''" mtiriilnB.
it sets nt rest the rumored depart
ure of I. A. Paymaster John It. Horn.
bcrgtr, I). S. N., and his (wo extreme'
(Continued on Paec 2)
WINDWARD BEACH ROAD
SYSTEM WILL SOON BE
COMPLETED BY THE COUNTY
Needed Land Secured
- And Work Nears
The las' link In the beach rond sys
tem lo, hooiiiuloa and Koolnupoko
districts on tho wlndwmd side of tho
Island Is soon to bo completed and
when tho minor details calling for
the acquirement of tho necessary
prpperty nro closed by the road com
mittee. City and County Engineer
Rero will set a force of men (o work
on lliti Highway.
The land required for a rontlnu-
nnco of the bench road connecting
Kalulmil and Kahuna Is owned by the
Uiahop Kstnte. v. .
Major Kern has Just completed n
lour or llio district In company with by Engineer Uoro nnd submitted lo
Mr. Dodge, representing tho Hlahop Chairman Qulnn of tho Iload Commit
Kstnte. The Mayor reports that sat- ico tho only way to construct tho road
Isfactory arrangements have been
Filipinos Throw Switch
And Are Caught
(Special In tho Hullotl0
llllo, Hawaii, June 20 A dastard-
' ly nttempt to'dornll a train, which,
lunl It Inen al.rrnssf.lt. wnnl.l lmvn
plunged It into it deep gulch, was Tuesday, and Deputy She.lft Harry
made last week by a couplq of Kill- 0vorcml ln ,luw work""? ll, cas0
plnos nt llonoknit. A well known old Chinese, who
Tho men had thrown a switch open I"18 "w,l " HaniaUtia 'for maiiy
In audi it iniiniier that had (ho trnln J'ars, wiib tho lctlm. Ho makes
struck It. Jt would In all flrobitblllty
have been thrown down Into n deep
gulch, about forty feet from tho
s.teh. inoro twtto o ,a epeen sever.
. . .
in iiirnniiiiM in iifirnu iiiii liiiiiiiniinn
,. . ..,nfmL. win. (... .meu
' ," r ,
and us a consequence thu. engineer
was on inn io.m-o.iu isimij no nw
(1... uutllnl, l llltlA 11,1(1 ulti,,n.1 llin
,..w ..,,.. ... ....... ...,.rv' ...
train. The two l'lllplnos who urn bo-
Il.ne.I to hato dono thu work, wero
fn.i.i.l rluht on the. snot, unit wen.
caught by thu t'liglueur, who minded
fContinued on Pace 2.i
It waa announced today Hint 1..
A. Thurston la to assume the man
agement of the llllo Hallway and
will lake up his residence In llllo
II. F. Dillingham la on the main
laud nt present, and Harold Dllling
ham stated today that Thurston as
sumed the duties of general manager
or the road on tho llrst of tho
"I believe tho arrangement Is tem
porary," Mr. DlllliiRhnm stated. Tho
arrangement was made shortly be
fore II. V. Dillingham left for tho
Coast, nml I understand that It Is
temporary, Mr. Thurston will III!
made for the transfer of sufficient'
Innd to bring the road .well within the
high tide limits. In order to build
tho road across tho bcocir at: llccla
Ken It is necessary to secure arc eitrn
Ihlrly fret for a borrow 'pit on tho
mnukn .'Ido nf the proposed road. This
the I'islop Kntnle Is said Is wilting to
j turn over to llin county for Jf.0, the
nmoitpt nf land required being nbout
Mayor Kern bellovca that consid
ering thu many advantages derived
from a relocation of tho road and tho
elimination of tho necessity of trav-
ellng In wnter nt this stretch of
beach, It In advisable for tho City and
County Supervisors to enter Inlo ne-
gotlatlons with tho Dlshop l-Jstnte,
thereby Insuring a permanent rond,
According to the estimates mnde
(Continued on Page 3)
Sheriff Takes Up Two
(Special to Hit 1 let 111.)
inu), Hawaii, Juno 20. ,v par-
tlcuhnly revolting case of highway
roiiuery Occurred 111 IIUUinKUa IIISl
n'8 llvl"B '' peUilllHB clilckotia, car
vliir Hi.. ir,lfld ..i.tt.. l,l.i r llt
w...n ..... v.....o ..... .....j, ...
iow s on two uoiiKcys. uisi lues-
fltiv iiu list uriiu riitttptilim from f 1 1
j niiu oitn iiiui iiiiii, iiuiii it tun
,( ,, W11H wt ,,, y lw()
. .. ... .
. whose idem y ho was not able
, Klvo, Tm.j. niinuioiuea Hint unu
iv i,im lot,. . ,, ni,i hnm
tuoy gavn him terrlblo bontlng.
t.n ..I.I ..... I...., ......u..l........ a ......
i hu uni inuii iut vuiiciiiumsB, until
when ho iccotcied his tenses tho two
men had disappeared. So hud H"
whlth Hie Chinese had nn his nersoii.
Tl Id liinn pnnuiged lo crawl
I fContinned on Psire 2
the Joint ofll cs of general lnnnagcrj
and president of tho company, anill
I presume that this will continue!
until the return of my father from
Ned Cr.iblit1, n son of Senator Olar
eine Crabbe is among the pasatngerd
due to arrive at Honolulu tomorroV
morning by tho Oceanic' stcamcrtSUl
Crra. "Ned" has been oier on thoj
coast for the past II to jcars, I la (si
returning to tho Islands mid will pro-l
b.ibly spend ibo summer here. Thol
Honolulu bey Is now tho proud fathcrj
nf two husky )oiingitcru.
PI AST KILLS
Dislodged Stone Hits!
i;ii! i i
Yicum -- trusnes t.i
(Special lo tho Bulletin) .
llllo, Hawaii, Juno 20. A Korean
contract gnnr; laborer working on thol
llllo Ilullroad extension to HakalauT
was killed last Saturday, near Huno
nut, bv a rock which was dlclodncdj
by a blast of giant powder
It appears that tho contract labcrj
era hate been lu the habit of clearing!
tho holes which they boro for tho big!
blasts, by setting off therein n blast!
nf a small piece ot powder with n ca?J
no worumen nau uorca a noio.nnus
bad placed therein a small pic
powder, but it teems that It was a. bit
too largo, for Instead of merely clear??
Ing tho hole, it dislodged tomo rock?i
The two men setting oft the blasesj
enped without Injury, but tho KoreaiiH
who was slanging unacrneniu, .-waai
killed Ills neck wiib broken andtiral
receiteu setcrai uruieen. -
Owing (o the highly dangerous.
ittro or lite work there hate been 'a
number ot nccldenta on the extension?
but In no caku hato these been ImV
fault ot those )n chatc. and 'fmsjK
have nil been unavoidable and unfore
tomorrow mum. he nt nlnothlrtxl
tho cloning day program at the Katt
llhlwaenn School will lis rcnderedplM
the pupils (here, the rxcrclcca beinifj
git en by grades and rooms,
Tho full prorrnm Is:
Hunting Snue. 4th. Stli ana 6th tirade
Song "flap Our Hands", .ltoomjll
Mother (loose Storing . , . .ItoontUn1
Concert Mediation "Spring Uwsuj
tics" , llOOBflSlJ
Dialogue "Aunty Dluiple" ..lloeiul)
voncerl llecltatlou-'Tlio K1bc"3M
Concert Itccltatlon -"What Soiub
Olrls I.Ike To Do" Hooiu.Jl
Play "A I.lltle Oirrs Dream". lloomS
Sons- "Sw eel nml Low" -Jlfl
.. .. . . l'
;,, Hn ,;, 0rad
Concert 1I cllntlon "Wlshea"
" ..;.::; ;.; ' M
Py-"The Plrtt American Klag"
. n, ..n.. ..,. n. ... rat
v.ai." it,-,, iiii, IllVU ,,J?
Star Spangled Hantier ..a
I .. . a.. . !
otu ana out Ufa
Notc-Artlclea made by Hie so
clnkses for ualo In Itooin at Ilia
of tho iiriiurunf. A ti.tr! of thai
tceda of the rnlo will .bqNisoditSi
I tho baluiico of16Jyst jtuflifSiiTj
l,03oinPreviou. quotation, lu, 7d,