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10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF tfAWAII, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SUGAR TRUST MAN SENT
TO PRISON FOR
(Associated Prcns Cattle.)
N1JW YOUR, Sept. 14. Another
of tbn piumlnciit men Implicated In
tbe Sugar Ttlist frauds wa roll
tencod to prlsuu.-t.odny. Krncst (ior
brncbt, former superintendent Of tlio
Williamsburg leflnory. having been
convicted of defrauding tbo Onvcru
ineut, wan sentenced In Imprison
hient for two yenrs anil to pay n lino
or j r, n no.
FAULTY PONT IS
(Associated Prrs Cal.le.)
WASHINGTON, D, C, Sept. 14.
Faulty Installation , ami design , arc
the causo for thn fatality on board
tliij battleship North Dakota. In cnr.
ni'ctliin with tbo oil fuel test. Tlio
t- board of Iniiiilry returned Its report
today. It IiOIiIa that tlio oll-burn-
lug apparatus adopted for thn trial
was very faulty.
" IS BLOWN UP
(Axvnrliitrit Pin Cilitx.)
HADICNllADHN, Sept. 14 Zeppe
lin IV., tbo latest alishlp of thn Zep
pelin typo, was wrecked here today
and tlireo pcirous were Injured In
tbe catastrophe. Thn airship wan
blown nn by an explosion of thi(
( Wvllttd l'n-KH Ci'.lo )
IIAHTFCKl). Conn., Sept. II.
Charles Goodwin baa been nominated
fi.r Governor by Om llcpubllcin Stain
"CONTEST GUERNSEY'S SEAT
(Ansncl iled pniM CiMe.)
AUGUSTA, (l.i., Sept. II. The
election of Congressman Guernsey
was carried by such a Binall margin
that a i-niilest will piobably be made
by bin Democratic opponent.
(AmiH'litiil rrmH Pal.li )
N'AHHVII.I.i:. T'enn., Sept. II.--Iiiilepemlent
Domocruls bold n con
enllon hero today and endorsed
llo.ivitr, (he Itnpiibllcan candidate
lor (loernor. Tbe IndepenilnntH
irjiteheiit the faction of Hut party
that ban bitterly fouRht Hm nilmiii
jt'linllnu and audldacy oi (toveinor
FOLK FOR PRESIDENT
AMjoclnteri PrtKA I'lttle I
JIIlTIIItWlN CITV. Mo.. Bi'pt. II
-Tbn Di'iiiocialle Slate cunventliin
In Kisuliiii lieie today endortied John
W. Itill. n.s thn Democratic rallill
ill (o fiir tbe pii'Mldency,
HAN I'llANCIW'O. Ipl, II.
Ilcds hK nnaimli. U. if I ad.; p-ir-
II V- 4 hh, I'tKV Imix illiulllllilll, 'U.
I I Hl
McCandless Silent On Immigration
Plank Maui Delegates Plan To
The Immigration plank that will
bo Incorporated In tbo Democratic
platform to be ptnmtilgntcd by tlio
Tcriltorlal convention of the Demo
cratic party tomorrow remains nn
object of Impenetrable mystery, oven
to those who think they know Just
what the Ideas of I.. I.. McCaiulloss
aie on the subject.
The Etand of MrCandless for tbo
Incorporation of a radical plank In
tbo platform brought nbout tbo 'do
llertlnn of Colonel .McCarthy, nl
thnuRh bin ilc Islnn not to bo n sena-
North and South Ends Will
Make a Contest For
(flHCl.il till I let tp C'crroinmndilico.)
IIII.O. Sept. 12. Tho proseit week
will be the hcoiio of gicat activity in
HHo, nnd n r.ieat billux of lsltnrs
is oxiiected to nrrlvo Weilnesday.
Thero will bo no les than tlireo con
venllons. two political ami one lell
Slous. Tbo Itepiibllcan County Con
entlon tak-s plaro Wednesday, tbo
Homo Hulois will have their County
Convention on Thursday and tbo As
sociation of Hawaiian churches on
ibis Island will meet Wednesday.
Some or tho visitors will bo delrgales
to both thn chinch nnd one of thn
Tho Iteiiubllcmi Convention will
takn placo'nt tlio Armory, ami will
open at !l a. in. After thi Kelecllan
of a lemiKirary chairman and n secre
tary, tbo committee on credentials
will be appointed, and It will bo giv
en about half an hour In which to re
port When this commit Ilk lepnita
tho roll rail will follow, whereupon
tho cimnueut chairman ami secre
tary will he choKMi. It Is dliricult to
bay who will bo tlu permanent chair
man. It was HURRested to select
Judge Kniiliiknu, of Kallua, but ho
will not como to tlio convention. Knr-
Ihermoie. at tbo last contention a
Koun man pie.ibled, and It Is there
fine probable that n man from this
slip of the Island will bo selected
IIiIh year "- II UeeiH was uatiied.
but bo will nut accept the honor, as
(Continued on Pncc 0)
Report of Trustees
lb., work of.l.uimlllo Homo ilutlliK
inn your iiuiniK July ai lam wiw Dm
liiiwl Kiii'i'oiH.rill of nil)' ymir slltrii Its
iwiuhlUinueiii inni inn MimiiIhI nm
illilmi wim iiio pHiiwi n immtiutnia
iimi Id Him uiiim of ii mtmo In
Hii'lr HWHWIIII iwwitlt' WltlHtllHl HIMl
lHmitl liy Jttlj IMIUtiM H IH4K
DmlM Hut nw Htf n iutvt)
imku mm m mum vm
'ti ut itw km Hunk vm ni twit
toilal aspirant In being attributed to '
objections of bin family. '
"Tbo p'.al fin m has not been fully '
ngreod iliinii as yet." stated McCinid
lens this morning, "and I nm not
prepared In fray what It will contain. '
Wo are opposed to tbo ImmlKrntioii
pollrv of tbe Itepiibllcan party nn.1
will express It In tlio platform. That
Is ok much ax I can say now.' I
"Tbo parly Is united now," con
tinued tbn Democratic leader, "nnd
although wo are curry that Col. Mc
f Continued on Pace 2) I'
TO THE COAST
Locked Out Crew Is Left Be
hind WoollcyJ- and
Contrary to tho usual oriler or
things, no otio except prospective
paMengcrs and tbo steamship people
wuio permitted on hoard tho Matson
liner Wllholmliia, provlous to the
sailing hour this morning. Tbo ves
sel lert for SalT Francisco ut 10
o'clock. Ilculde tbo cabin passen
gers, n larRU crowd of Itusslaii Im
migrants U.olc their depnrturo on tlio
liner for thn mnliilnnd.
Hon. S. M. Damon,, bead of tbn
llhlirp Hank. Ltd., went to tho States
on hutlnt'iM connected with bis llrm.
Ilu will bu away for mm tlmo,, J.
0. Woolley, tho prohibition leader,
and bis wlfo nlso loft for tbo main
land. They were given aloha by
their many friends, among whom
wuro C,overiior niul Mrs. Frear.
Senator A. Hayseldeii of I.abalna,
Mnui, and .Mrs. HayHclden, who hnvo
been planning u trln abroad, lert
J today rnr tho States. Tlicy will ho
nbsnnt from thn Territory about six
months. A. lllom, tho Fort street
merchant, called for tho mainland.
It is en lil, to purUinso a now nnd
up to dato IIihi of dry rikhIb.
Dr. Kdward Mnrshall or tho local
quarantine servlre, who has been
rtanted a Ieao of absence, went
nwav to thn mnlnlnnd to meet his
Notwithstanding tbo quaratitluo pi.
llkln lit which tbo ship lias boon
(Continued on Patre 0)
nnd tbo others from conditions or old
I In speaking or tho llnnuelnl condi
tion of tho homo tbo ie)uHt sIiowk that
the excess of axpemllliiicg 'over In
s izf .-yw
I s i
In that year Uio oxpniiM'ii ,cjij $5.-
-.,.. ,.,..!,, tintll lllll lilt Willi! Illtll tltl
SIlOW y,l" "'Fy '""' '"'"" lp,,,l,,,'l h" K"'al
" ly Iliat tlio aiuiiunt was hut SL'nni
i"ni' 11' inmt. -
Tills ii'iHirt or thn homo was u p.ut
of tlio icpoit of tho trustees In their
f Uniil L-.iilnl li ti,.riin,il ut Hi., iiut.ilu ..f
V. o. .lmilu, tho nusle.M of tbo
iwIhIii IicIiik W l). Kiulllt, Miity H
I'Hrkor atnl I! A MoHHinllh,
id iiiuimi iliuiitn llmmsolvts
vtiili fia,4n8 uf ublili .i w was
u I'Hluncti limn the iwi jtwuly iwin.
lHltHl l HuImh iiI !' the ilnt
MIMttHHlUfl IHHhH III' WII IH lllf Willi
'ibi mmu Mhd lu im KiiMMH
br ibc imi, l Ml f II T. miim
a Mw u( JllMtt
l. . i1
Parker Is tlio
i ball man of the Republican '
riuinty committee, William
Ilonry Is tho jvlc'o-thnlrmnn, '
John Ma real I no tbo secretary e
aud Itobort W. SIiIiirIo the,
Tho county committee nipt
this noon nnd, besides select-
Iiir Its principal oMccrs, '
named on the exeoutlvo com. '
nilttee A. f.. UrlRht. H. A.
Douthltt. John Wlso ami '
(loorRe A. Davis, finni the
Foiliih. TIioho from the Kinh
arc Cox, Kdwln Fernandez.
Charles Kauekoa and William
A ratlllcatton meetliiR or .
the Republicans of O.ihu has
been decided upon for Satur-
day, September 24, when tho
work of thn conventions will '
be Indorsed, v
County Convention Completes
Labors at Night
COHEN DROPPED AFTER
STATEMENT ON PLATFORM
Clui. f hllllnnworth.
I A F. Jud-t.
i A. S. Kalc'opu,
. John K. Kamano'ulu.
E. A. C. Lono- .
A. Q. Marcallino.'
Trank K. Archer.
A. L. Cattle.
S. P. Correa.
Chat. Kanekoa. '
8. K, Mahoe.
First prerliut 'i: A. Douhlit
Second prtclnct. Isaac II. Ilnrhottle.
Third piecluct. W. II. Chatlock, Jr.
Fourth pieclnet. (leo. A, Davis.
Fifth piecluct. Chns llusliice, Jr.
Glxh,iueclucl, Andrew I. llrlght.
K.nenih priVlnct, Chas. S. Ilnrtlelt,
l'.lghth iireclucl. Sam Parker.
Ninth precipe!, Jim. Murcalllno.
"rrnili piecluct, J. 11. Wlso.
Eleventh precinct. Akunl Abnit. '
I'll'. I plirlnit, Frank I'abla.
Second ii'i'clucl. Mmk A. ltohluxon
Third pKcluct. I'D'd l. K. Naoun
I-'ihii ill prei'luel, Andrew Adams
ITIIIi piccllicl, Orear due.
HKlb pieclnet, James I Miinil.ut,
Hi'M'Ulll 1'ri'Cllll'l I''. I!. (Irei'lllleld
KIkIiIIi iuh'Iiici Albeit Wnleiboiisi.
Nliilh pieillii't. II K Alapil.
Ti'lllli pieiluil Ahr IVimunlHi.
ItleH'iiili pii'i'lni'i, II K. Kiiiiii
Twninii inwli.'i, A Kitliiluim
'I'liliiwnih piixliii'i lien I' Sfcib'iiii
VH'IHiHlh idilMii. Flw limnKM
I'lllHfHlb HtNlp.'l Wm IImhd
lit llM HtlUlWIUW (41 HMI U fltM
MMw h't lk TMMM'iHll WMI" Whi
Ititttw ' HtiNtNMllMi Mm Cw
Plans For Entertaining Of Delegation
Coming To Islands In February
On Matson Liner
Copies of the Itinerary planned for
tho Shriners cpmlnR In February
have been received In tho city, and
everyone will have time to wrlto to
Shrlner friends and ndapt tbo pri
vate entertainments to tho scheme
1....1 imii lor tho part'.
Sunny Jim McCandless Is at work
with Imperial Potentate Hlnc's on tbo
Coast, and there Is certain to bo a
very happy delegation arriving on
the Wllbvlinliin. Tho Itinerary fol
lows: PRINCE SHUN IS
Asked McDuffic -for Speed,
I'rlnre Sunn, who, with Ills reti
nue, sailed for Sun Francisco last
owning, Is nil enthusiastic motorist
nnd put In practically nil tho tlmo
ho was lu the city in motoring under
the guidance of Chief Mc Unfile.
Ah soon as the lunch was over tho
ptlmo is'ic.l for the machine, In
which be had spent part of, tbn morn
ing hours, and for tbu remainder ot
the afternoon ho was driven nil
Although an enthusiastic motorist
lu China, tor foiuh reason thn prince
seeihod loth at llrst to hnvo the inn
rhlitn hero go fast, nnd so the ru li
ning was done at a moderate rato of
At one time, however, ho asked
McDulllo tor sieed, ami for n tlmo
the pare was fast enough to suit the
most enthusiastic maniac of tho
For soma time u good clip was
maintained, but It was Ills Imperial
Highness who gave tbo word tu slow
down, and said that be bad siilllcient
speed tor tho entire afternoon.
Thn party which visited l'earl
Harbor by boat and then made tho
trii bark by nutn, seemed pleased
with what they had M-en, hut they
Ravo no ornl expression to their feel
ings. I'romptly nt the 'hour named they
wero ull bark nt thn dock nnd board
ed thn Manchuria for thn trip to San
Jury Returns a Verdict,
Which Means Death
Aller taking seven ballots, tbn
Jiir In I Iih I'llinlnal torn I last night
H'li'1 1 a wnllit of gitllly ilgnlnt
Hamuli I'miiiiicIi.i rnr hmmiiII on it e
nmlti rli I lil uwIhi' Him linn nf iwidve
imi, lui wiiull Inr which I
Tlif f4Mi bus M'iuiltHl Ihf nllMt
Hum of Ulr urlwlHl twill lw kMWllr
m nwik, ib iiIU u m wm hi
I'tWD. ku Mm H imhH itHoiilMtf.
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tHa tblM mm km lw aw))i
I.eao Han Francisco Wednesday,
Februnry 111, 1911 ; nrrUo Honolulu
Tuesday moniliiR, February 21; pro
ceed to different hotels nnd rooming
bouses. Ilnlance of tho day to be
spent In Retting located nnd gettlnR
acquainted with tho Nobles of Aloha
Tcmplo; in tho evening tho local
Nobles will have- an opportunity to
entertain thn visitors at dinner par
tins, etc. Tho Klks will no doubt
open their Carnival on this evenliiR.
(Continued on Pare 2)
.HALL SAILS '
Sierra Tourists Want a Big
Steamer for the
Owing to tho exported arrival of
a large number of tomlsts who want
to koo the beautiful scenery ol Ka
uai, the Harden Island, tho Inter.
Iflnnd steamer W. (1. Hull will not
bo dispatched to Knual until Friday
Ar ier steamer will he sent out
ti nn . v afternoon at f, o'clock to
tnl.e Hie place of tho steamer Hall.
Sho will takn tbo malls nnd passen
gers who will go to Knual either on
business or to tesldo thorn .perma
nently. It la reported that thn tourists, or,
at least, a large majority of them,
would nlm like to see Maul, At nny
rate, their plans will be perrected ns
reoii ns they nrrlvo early next Friday
On account or the uon-nrrlvnl or tho
lrnussiit I.or:iii, which will not nr
rlc until lain tonight, tbu Moan a Ho
tel has iKiMpuncd Hs ilanco scheduled
rnr tonight until tomorrow night
laughs loudest seldom
called, and her story, (old straight
forwardly and without embellish
mont, went to tho henrts of the men
lu tbo Jury box.
Thero worn many wltnesnes call
cd dm Iiir thn trial of the care, In
lulling socrnl medical men win
had treated tho child, mid others
who had treated Cnmaiiio' for t
hut limine dlseato fioiu which b
was Milferlng ami which he oommii
lilrnled to the victim of his lust,
Thn last witness Inft tlio stam
eorday afternoon about I o'clock,
and for a lllll.i limm than nil lion
the i Initt of tbn court was taken u
liv tbe remarks of l'roooiitnr Join
i'allimrt, lu- tbn 'I'tirrltoi y, and nr
cisin ()iilnn, fur ilia deleiiKi1, in ad
lltHWllIK Hi" J it l ' .
Allur IhiIuk ubsrsw.l hv .luduo
i'ummi', iih jtnr tilifil mho in Imd
imwm hn wunrs nw i rwHriHNi
vtrrfln f null 1 1
Tbf MJW) Whirls NtM U
fOWtltllHI KM Hi)M iMltNt WM I
tMuril lu lb mi ui lb blU
MAY S A -V E
Xsnutatnt 1'nss rnl.to.)
Si:.TTI,K. Wash., Sept. H. Con-:S
Rresunan lliimihrey. ' father oft tho
ship subsidy bill, was the, only He-. t
publican "stntidpatter" who. wns'
succewiful In tho Stain primaries, m
ins margin was to close, however.
that his nomination will Im contested.
The other congressional nominations
wero captured by Insurgents War
burton and l.i Follrtte,
DAILY SCORES OF
(Srwlnt Hut let In ( M.O
SAN FRANCISCO. Sent 14 Tlin
DAnrt I.. ... 1.1- . . . ..I .-.. i-i
',-n in mu iiik i.-iibiivB , piay llMlity
National Philadelphia f., ChlcaRo
0: l'hlladelphla I. Chicago r.:NBV
York a, I'llUburc 2: llrooklyn H.
Cincinnati , .1. Other kjuuoi,, wero'j
nostinned. - l ' 1
American Detroit 9, Cleveland!
i: ChU-ngo It), St.-mls,2.
Standing of National Leanue Sept. Ui
.Club. ' W. ,1 rct'l
Chicago 82 jnn,, , ,C7T j
I'lttshurg 76 C2 .59i)(!
New York 71 r.3 .1721
I'lillailelphln Cf 62 ,CJ7.
Cincinnati fiij Ct , .507
St. I.011I1I r,0 73 .4063
llrooklyn T.O ""'li AOD'i
Itoston II ,. ,81 .343
Standing of American League Sept. 13 "
Club. V. I 1'cL'j
l'blladelphln SS 40 .(M
llostou 1 7fi 53 .r.t'j4
Dotmlt 74 r.3 .G7.t
New Y01 k 7.1 "' ' .S70"'
Wnshlngtou OS 72 .44)1 ;
Cleveland 117 71 .453"
Chicago 411 7i ' .392 ;
St Louis .IS SO iIO'J '
FITZGERALD , ;:
IS ARRESTED i
- . "1
(Hlvl.il Hut let In Cable.)
CHICAGO. Sept. 14. FormerJ
Cashier Fltxtjerald of the fubtrcas-
urv has been nrrcsled And 'charged
Willi tluv thnft of u.r.ou. S Sj
BLEASE FOR &
IH-J.il lliiilrlln Cable) '
COl.UMIIIA, S. C, Si'IiIkH. C, ua
llleasn was today nominated for Gov
ernor by thn Democrats.
.Sixclal Hull.. t In Cnlile.) 1
CHICAGO. Sept. 14. Tho Chicago,
llrlck Trust litis been lndc(cd by tho
Fcdeial government. ,
Thomptoii. who has been stroking!!
thn Healanl freshmen trqw, strafiiedljl
hliielf etrday, and cniihequen!lyj
will not be able to tal.11 his feat.luS
thn boat 011 Saturday. James rlljjJ
umume tbe lespiumlhle position vn?9
lilted hy Tb(minlii ,niu lln slinilbtj
make M'lxl. as ho Is a Mulshed oursTj
man. " "ti
Th IihoI en line ercw wishes tiiibSI
known h llm Wslklkl cm t tit ainl-uj
Mleh will rsie against Din picWiuT
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