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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4GG4.
10 FAaES.HON0I.ULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1010. 10 PAGES.
7RICX S CENT.
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' OYSTER BAY, L. I., July 7. Col.
Roosevelt held conferences today
with Senator Beveridge of Indiana
and Senator Carter of Montana. Bev
eridge represents ths insurgent wing
of the party, and Carter is a stand
patter and conservative. These talks
with the representatives of the op
posing wings of the Republican
party indicate that Mr. Roosevelt is
canvassing the situation very care
fully before troine out into the polit
DAILY SCORES OF
Special Bulletin Cable.)
. SAN FRANCISCO, July 7. The
scores in the big leagues' play today
American Washington 4, Phila
, delnhia.l: New York 4. Boston 13.
. -jv National Boston 5. New York 4:
;J '-Boston 5. New York 2; Philadelphia
0, Brooklyn 2; Philadelphia 4,
Brooklyn 7. The score for yester
day should have read: Philadelphia
2. Brooklyn 0. '
Standing of National League,
Chili. W. U
Now York 36 23
Cincinnati 39 27
Chicago .'.... 3G 2C
I'lttsburg 30 28
Brooklyn 27 30
I'lilluilPliilila 30 3,
Huston 27 41
HI. I.ouls 22 37
Standing of American League,
Clnh. W. I
l'hlladelphU 42 20
Now York 37 27
Detroit 3ti 23
Huston 33 2'J
Cleveland 27 29
Chicago 21 31
WnslihiKlon 25 3S
81. I.ouls 17 40
EHEIMS, France, July 7. A new
record for distance and duration of
night was made here today bv Oleis
leger's aeroplane. The airship made
one hundred and fifty-eight and one-
third miles in two hours thirty-nine
minutes ana thirty-nine seconds,
This' establishes a new record.
CALCUTTA. July 7. The demand
for the authorities to prevent the ex
hibition of the Jeffries-Johnson prize
fight pictures is spreading through
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 7
Secretary Ballinger started today on
a tour of inspection that will take
iiim throughout the Western States.
SAN FHANCISC0. July 7. Beets:
68 analysis, 14s. 01-2d.; parity,
S.lGc. Previous quotation, 14s. lOd.
SAN FRANCISCO, July C Beets j
88 analysis, 14s. 10d.; parity, S.lGc.
Previous quotation, 14s. D3-4d.
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Tom llurns, who pleaded guilty to
Inducing two children to commit an
Indtcont act, was sentenced nt (lie
pollen court this morning to nine
MIGHT GET HARVEY'S PLACE
FOR FIRST TIME
Interesting Company Is
Though having culled nt tlio port
of Honolulu on several occasions the
Toyo Klsen Kalsha freighter Kl
Miiru mado her Initial visit within
i lio harbor limits thin inornliiK,
The big Japanese cnrKo boat romcH
from Central binl South American
ports, from Chill sho took on n large
shipment of nitrate to the amount
of twontj-elght huuilreil tons. Tills.
eonslgniiient U Intcnileil for tho sev
einl plantations In tho Islnuds.
The Klyo Maru represents n Alio
.ype of freight carrier. Her propell
Ins; machinery Ik located at the ex
irvnip after part of the ship. Tho
vessel huii crcitcit u very fnorahle
'mprcsslon among shipping men who
have Icweil her nil she Ilea nt the
HackfeM wlinrf where tho nitrates
Is being" discharged.
Captain A. O. BteveiiH In mauler of
the Klyo. He wan formerly In, com
mnml of tlio T. K. K. Nippon Muru nnd
is nuch non n largo clrclo of friends
at this port. Captain Stevens In the
Only Kuiopcan officer connected with
the vessel, nil the remaining officers
Right European cabin nnd nearly
lwj huuilreil steerage passengers nro
traveling to the Orient by tho Klyo
Mnru. In the. second class a motley
issorled lot of InillniiH, Chileans. Chi
nese nml Japanese nro enroutu to the
various ports of call In Japan and
As n result of at least four very
thorough fumigations., the brass work
on tho Kljo Maru lias suffered the
loss "of much of Its brilliancy and
effulgence. -It. was the rule at most
every South American port that the
vessel was obliged to undergo strict
qtiarniitlno and tho fumigation has
tin nod tho brass work of the ships to
a dull dark unclassified color.
A largo forco of stovedorcs nro at
work discharging tho shipment of ni
trate nnd It is tlio Intention to ills
patch the Klyo Maru for tho Japan
coast on Saturday.
Indications Of Turn To
Small Stocks For
Olaa took n big lead In stock trad
ing circles yesterday afternoon, and
it was reported this morning that
the luarket had been cleaned up of
ull tho Olaa offering at S.2S. About
a thousand shares changed hands
yesterday afternoon, ami the demand
bids fair to Increase.
"It st.irds to reason that the buy
ing public will take to tho small
BtokkB now," said ono of tho men
who Is wise on the market. "That
Is tho only place where advances In
prices may bo expected on a small
Investment, and both Olaa and Mo
Hrydo nre attractive. Olaa will come
through this year with n splendid
statement, liberal reduction of debt
and a ood showing for tho future.
The great thing with Mcllrydo is
that its water development is turn
ing out right, and the crop noxt
yenr will be all that could be usk-
ed. These stocks ought to advance
two or th'ree moro dollars a share
during the coming season and stay
Among tho other stocks there Is
comparatively little doing. Walaluu
sold on the board at 132, mid bo
'tween boards at 132. BO. Oaliu Is
fairly strong at 32. 7C. llonoknn Is
Increasing In demand, offers of 19.7S
bringing out no Btock. Mutual Tele
phone sold at IS for a llvo-sharu lot.
the Bulletin office.
cards on salt at
1 in HtftyifniMiiMtf 1 1 iA.iiiiitJMr'1''"'""'"''-'
milium ji. .iirini-rii) suites: j
"I llrmlj billet Hint it ilpioli-
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the niiiniuT In ulilrh IIiIh question (
prohibition mid the pUblic-Hc has
been farced upon rrnm nj .Mr. Wool,
I Al'k lut til liiul ll,iu. oiii mil
,, of Hecrer, and ..fffirts to s.,l.
public (iiicstlous Hllhout ll.o kiioiil-
I'dire of Hip ue lie nil nubllr nml It N'
time (lint Hie people of the Territory
nrose In n body nnd resented Hie
iiiethnds Hint typlllei) Woolley's-nt-
tempt to practically steal the birth-
;ht of the IIiihiiIIiiii people to goT-.test
ern Hicniseliei. Thli ni done mid
In ii imintirr untiling les than srnmid-j
"It mm dotolios iipmi the illlions
of Hie Territor) to show Hint Hie)
sent thcM- methods In rob them of tlio
rights of rltlienshlp."
Alma Anderson Proves
To Be Regular
.Thero was somewhat of a scene nt
tbu district Court this morning when
tho cnBe of Oscar Anderson who was
charged with threatening language,
was called. Andorson, who 'Is a de
cent hardworking man, was proceed
ed agaliiBt by his daughter, Alma, who
ulleged Hint her father had threaten,
ed to cut her throat If she did not
marry a certain man.
Tho father's version of tho matter
was totally different, and he explain
ed how ho bad brought his daughter
from tho Coast six weeks ago, ami
how ho had found out that she was
going to tho dogs in company of a
bunch of young sports who kept her
out automobile riding till one nnd two
In tho morning, Tho girl was horn In
Hawaii, but had left when six years
of ngui bIio Is now nineteen nml Is n
regular virago. Her attitude In. court
was input cheeky and tho way sho an
swered Judge Andiude, ended In her
being sent down lo tho cells below
"I think you uro a hard proposition
to your father, said Judgo Andrade
"and I linnglno that you nro moro to
blamo than ho )s In this matter."
"Do you?" replied tho Blrl, "Well I'm
not afraid und you can do do what
yoii like." , "Ify you, mean to dofy
mot" emiulrpdjlio Judge, "I don't
care, w'liat ioiilo. I am not going to
stuncl i'n'y fnllicr's ways of going on,"
siihrfed tho girl.
"Oh, so Hint's It," responded A"n
drade, "bore Mr. Weed, conduct this
young lady down below. 1 think twen-ty.-fnur
hours will cool her, and teach
her a lesson." Tito girl was taken
down-below nnd when searched by
mat run l'oole wus found to have somo
Indecent writings In hor osscsslnu.
Amleisoii was released to appear
before Judgo Andrado on Monday
next, nnd steps will ho taken to see
that his daughter goes bnck to Han
Pranclsco as soon as posslblo.
tip till noon today S50 automobiles
had been registered nt the police sta
Hon nnd thcro are still more to como.
By Business Men
(l.o'i l.nng. it inoiiihir iifl.ie Ihmril
f ,llllur i.u-t-uof 'i K-lutn-r1
since lis nmgiilxiille.ii iiim.ii tin- pos.
lttK ( the !ir(.M.Ilt lU(ir statute b) !
tin- Terrltorliil I.cgMiiture of 11)117, li-
tl.ircs Hint tlio full force mid elf ret
al llisi Infill mtilnti tntttttrt In II. n iii-n.
. ir I.MT does not m.l.c.ir to be iid.
"The local niilliiii featuri1 N
iilnrl) strong,' said ('qiiiiuUiIiiiiit
Long thl inoriilng. "it pnnliles that.
ii majority ftU iivU-'red inters In
mi) preclncU by etpresxliig their pro-i
In regul.ir frin. emi nreient a
snlnoii frnin being placed In tliolr '
nildit ami tl.etr iroleit l iiIimIiiIiIj
iiinmliitory upon the Hoard nheii tlio
renoiuil of tlio licence comes up fori
"If the umjorll) of the registered
Continued on Pace 4
Retirement of Mnyor Kern wnB In
dicated by thn rumor current yen
torday that Mr. Tern would bo given'
the position recently hold with tho
liiter-lslnnd Steum Navigation Com-
iiaur by the lata Bouutor Prank llnr-l
vey. This followed the report Hint Wi take It out on (lovernor r'rciir
Bherlrf Jnrrett might ho called wu. ,,at Kentloiiiaii arrives liomo on
the position. 1 ,. , , , ,,
The mnyor was not In his offl;e ,w "Ighteonth.
today nnd could l:ot' be reached.! Tho trouble all started ovct tho
Manager Kennedy of the luter.Is- rivalry between tho two men iver
land would not confirm the Tern re-( their respective universities. Harvard
port. He sais that tlio position lnsjml, Yllo ,, le a,t , thc
been given to John Kekuewu. who. Is n(,ernor wrote tho Acting (lovernor
efficient nnd entitled lo promotion. , , e(Tect lnt )0 lmd gco Hnr.
Mr. Kennedy said he knew noth- v.,,-.i n,,,.n.i i,mi,nii
Ing of Kern In the mutter. "I have
ileclited to give jonn kikuows iiiu
position held by the luto Senator
Harvov. He Is entitled to tho pines,
and be will hold it as long ns ho can.
. . ..... .'
prove his competency, l linnic no
Is a good man
When questioned further, ho stat
ed that ho hud not offered tho post
Hon to Mnyor Kern. Kennedy Is of ,
the opinion that It would not be'
proper for him to offer the position
to outsiders while thero nio a largo
number of faithful employes
There Is something doing in tho
lluino Hiilo Iieadiiuarters this nflor-
i:oon. What It Is, nobody knows
except tho members, who, It Is re.
ported,, nre talking (iver somo Im
portant muttets with which Presi
dent Notley wishes to familiarize
The meeting Is presided over by
Notley, nnd it Is expected that bo
fore the adjournment Is tnkeu, somo
unusual developments will material
ize In tho hj.ll. The meeting is ut
tended by nearly all the members of
the executive lomnilttee.
The expected Is frequently side
tracked for the uuoxpected.
iitul South Son
"Tlio cnnclincnt of ik prohibitory
a Hiimill mmlil roMill In the
)ri,rfll r f u. f(iirlrt Imolnrss.
T,'"H ,,f "''"'' "' Au"nn 'e
" "1'iiuliil lr the hrliipliip of
mirllr-IttmtrNtM In Iliinull mid the returns lire
Jut nnu being receded. JI) biilne.s
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"rr' nu mu '" '" l'"-"' "
enilng law glies nbiolute control of
the lliiior Irufllc, something that Is
desired by all good ollliono. rroblbl-
Hon Mould ilestro) the jirosont excel-
lout law mid substitute In lis place
oills against the best Interests of Ma-
! CHIEF EXECUTIVE
Will Have Clean Sweep
Emblem On Desk
Mott Smith, I'reslileiit of tlio Hoard
of Health, Territorial Secretary am!
Acting (lovernor has n grouch and
,r 10 m(1 Btop,cd there It might
,nvo passed but bis exact words were;
i ,,.. Ynlo boat Harvard at baso-
i.oti in em" n u-nu lUr. t reiern'blg red labol must he uttuched to
rnnin,i"iuien whin, Htrnek Immn In
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tho breast of tho Acting (lovernor.
Secretary of tho Territory nnd I'rc-! The thirteen nileB which supcr
hldeut of the Hoard of Health, nnd cede all other rules made by the
those three officials collectively nnd conimlbslon are being distributed to
individually will meet tho Governor
upon his return to Hawaii nel.
jlmt nt present It has not been do-
the three what form of ex -
ii..uaIhi it t ln.l sitttulfitt lliitt tullt t ulft
I '""" "l" "w -,
Acting (lowrnor leaves Ilia office of
tho chief executive for (lovernor
Kroar to ngnln assume 1,'is duties that
the table will Hcriip'ulously clean, n.pl
neat nnd that In the exact c.i,lor
theio lll b a whisk broom careful-
ly placed, mid that this broom will
bo led with the Harvard crimson and
I. nt It Iu totiluimWwl fltftt Uliiktl flli.
a long pennnnt with "Harvard" In
two Inch letters will bo draped across
the back of, tlio executive chnlr.
This, tho 'llnrvurd man thinks, will
Impress on Iho mnd of tho returning censed prumUcs ns shall ho deslguat
niiverimr the fact lhnt Harvard mado ed In said notice, nnd thereafter dur
n clean sweep over Yolo In tho boat lug the unexpired term of tho II
rnces. nml will leave him nothing to censec. s,ucli' partition or partitions
say of baseball. so designated shall not bo restored.
M i 4. Ill llceuscd haloon premises nil
Joe do Tonto KorrnJI, who Is ulleg fCnntinurd nn Pnee 4)
ed to have stolen some money from i i
his employer, waived examination i:onlng gloves, long nnd short,
nnd, through his uttornoy I.lghtfoot, kid und silk, Just from New York, nt
domuudod a Jury trial.
... .,JJMU..HtsM.i. if. ,.u&JkJLA.jiiJ.rktMi&t
Pftnu dt nil
r KUillbS I Illtl
ALL THE RATS
Board of Health Will
Wage War Through
I)r Sexton of the Hoard of Health
has been detnlled to handle the rut
campaign In rnnnertlon with his
other work nnd lias been assigned to
work with the Marine Hospital Ser
vl e to this end.
Tim tut campaign Is cnrrled on
by nn appropriation by the Terri
tory, but the execution Ib bundled
by tho Marine Hospital Service, nml
as this service In Honolulu Is now
short handed, Dr. Hex'on will tnlte
charge of tho rnt-MUhig.
The death of a Japanese from
phciimoulu 'yesterday ill n lodging
home near Ileretnnln mid King
strtcts. In tho heart of Chinatown,
has resulted In increased activity In
the campaign wnged by the Hoard of
Health ngnlnst the rodents which
carry plague, mid n vigorous cam
paign Is to be carried on.
Kvery oulbieak of plague in Ho
nolulu liss been preceded by cases
of pneumonia, and its severnl cares
of this disease have occurred durin '
tho pant -Wv weeks, tho htiiltli uu
thnrltim ate on the alert, ,
Extra men will be detailed on the
rat extinction work, nnd Chinatown
will re elve a cleaning of the rodents
which will sweop them nearly nil to
Deputy I.ymer of the Attorney
(lei ernl's olflco filed two motions bo
fore I In1 Supremo Court this after
noon in i lie fuiiioim boundary case at
Unw,l whleh canned tho trouble be
tween lodge I'arsons and the Attor
ne llenerul recentl). One motion
was for the submission of new evi
dence ni'd tho other for taking n
deposition from a bedridden witness
Liquor Men Receive In
Number thirteen In the rules Just
'l"iod l' lb license commissioners
,H "' ",lm r-ii-utniiiK in i"" '"'
"'' ' the most radical In that the
'all Imitation, compound or blend
liquor ucioro amy iu.
nil holders of licenses and nro as fol-
, ii iircnsed premises Bhnll be
',t(ll,t , K()()(, anl,nry condition.
., .... B.uIIl. ani.
"true hire., wlthl licensed saloon
r"nw (ol,,er 1tl,n" "vtorle. or
",11"1 '""" " " K,"r0 r,Mln,
B "lU "''"u ln, "'"' u'""1 ,ono nm,
tU miiio room nnd now other, nnd
"1,l ';l '"'y0 door8- ens or
other obstructions to n clear ami un-
Impeded view of the Interior thercot.
3. A licensee shall, within seven
days after lecelvlng liotko in writ
li'B from the board, removo such
puitltions contained within the II
Miss Woodwnrd'B on IAirt'street.
!s lo Lead
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CHICAGO, July 7. A woman was
today named as the president of the
National Educational Association of
the United States. Miss Ella ria?
Yountr, the recently-oppointcd super
intendent ef the' Chicago schools,
was thc woman thus honored'
CHICAGO, July 7. Objection i5
the exhibition of the prizefight pica
tures did not dim the reception1
given to Jack Johnson, the negrol
cimni"ion, wiio nnivcd home today.
Thc arrival of the champion was
marked by a f-reat ovation by the
oeoplc. The pugilist's party was met
by a military band, and a tremen
dous crowd joined in the greeting.
FIGHT PHOTOS ..
LOUDON. July 7. The Home Sec
etary of the British Government hai
:ecn asked to prohibit thc cxhibi
'ion of the Johnson-JcfTrics prize
MORE CITIES'BAR PICTUHES.
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 7.
Merc cities havOj barred the exhibi
tion of the movjntr pictures of tho
Tohnsoa-Jeffries priwflght. '
Jerry Broderick Victim
Jerry llroderlck. I ho wol knownl
horseman, Was badly beaten up by n j
couple of sailors on board tho Clan,
iiino yesieruay. i no unroriiiiiHto man J
Is In a bad way nnd Ills left eyo Is3
ilmost dstro)od HU fnce mid neclca
look like ono big black, bruise, nB'i
thu wonder ill that he was not killed?
It appears that llroderlck was, red
turning from Maul, nml had his riieij
ing nuiru noon wiiii nun, in oruuiv
to, tnko care of iho mare cm tho trip
down Jorry had arranged to slcenJ
near her. He was awakened early InH
tho morning by sduietmu falling oven
him und he nski-d what thu Intruder,
wanted. That s'srled n row, rf
which tho hors" nwner was badlyvj
ueuii'ii up. j
This morning nt tho police court
llroderlck swore out a warrant for
the nrrest of K. Kalnamml and sjif
other mnn namo unknown. Knlnnyj
mil wns nrrnfited liv Deteettvn lvetl
Ictt. and It was then found out thntJ
as tho offenso was rommlttpil nn ihivl
high seas, the Kedoral department
had tnkeu up the matter,
llroderlck Is not n young man, and
tlio assault on him was n very cow-
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