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CHANGE IN HOMESTEAD LAW IS ASKED
Detectives Declare Three Men Shipped
Explosive From San
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 3. Detectives employed in uncarthinu the
causes that led to the terrible cxploiicn in the Los Aujrclcs Times build-
" ing today definitely established, they claim, that the dynamite found in
the heme of Secretary Zeeliandclaar of the Merchants and Manufactur
ers' Association was shipped to Loj Angeles from this city.
They declare that the dynamite was purchased here on September
23 by three men, and shipped from the works to town in n lip; launch.
The news that a. definite clue has b:en found has stirred the authorities
both in this city and Los Angeles. They believe that the arrest of the
guilty parties is now only a matter of time.
CREMATED IN RUINS
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 3 No more bodies have been uncirthcd from
the ruins wrought in the Times building by explosion and fire. It is
evident that rnany of the dead were cremated, but work in the nyjss of
debris still continues in the hope of discovering rcmaini of others.
, The greatest excitement still prevails in the city. Police are guard
ing the lesidence of General Harrison Grey Oils and of Secretary Zee
liandlclnar, and vigilance will not b; relaxed until the criminals arc
brought to justice.'
CUBS WILL MEET FREAR WRITES WHY DRAKE MUST
Move To Change
(Mxtlnl lliillclhi I'ulilc ) Wncllinrilmi lie llrn.irl In fin (tWal llullrtln limiinlni'r,) .
CINCINNATI, 0.. Oct. 3. An- VVaSllingiOll JIS UlfJOCJ 10 HO WArtlllMSTON, Sept. 2.1 -Internal I
"mrrment was made here today by! gin Colli Cmiiaiion Of ""onmi Collector Duiko will not bo PPnllUKPnr, T potorc
he national commission of the plans' uuiiih.iiiiiuiiui ui ,,OWO( tt. nm.ilu In ofllrolr. Urnka IvepUDllCan JbeaaerS
the national commission of the plans
a. inc world's championship base
ball sci.ts, which will be uayedbe-. u
tuecn the Chicago Nationals aedthe I
IT? 25 .?5.,fK APPROPRIATIONS'NOT
win i uii uu utivuci io ni fuimuci
TU3UfKf ! VK
WATERFRONT LABOR FIGURES."
PROVE FALSE ONE OF BOSS'S
Russian Immigrants li no li.ul no
effect on either wagca or labor on Ho
nolulu's waterfront, and ItustXins mo
not cmplnjcd when HiunllaUi uro
Such Is t ho statement given to tliu
Ilu I lot In (IiIh morning b Churlos
A. lion, sccrotury ami in niitji-'i- of Mu-'
Cubo, llumlltnii t Kenny Co, Ltd ,
the big stevedoring llrm. I'liftlir
inoro, Mauagor Iloti'H statement Ih
borne, t))it by, thu Ugurcn on, employ
ment and vyaifus wjilch ho has nmdo
up for tjif li'liiviiUii Iiifi coiiip;tiy.
TI1030 llgureB aro Miftlciciit to puilc
turo olio of tho iiolltlcnl b.illootiH set
ntlont by Ilnss McCundless and Ida
Denioctntlc orators, who ato limit of
picturing tliu Itttuulan Immigrant vuu
driving thn Hawaiian out of eniploy
intnt on the docks mnl thus taking
the Huh unit pill out of bin uiotith and
putting It Into tho mouth of tsomo
newcomer from tho domains of tlio
riguios hao been kept by Mali
nger Don bIiico April "1 last, when
Kifbislatia first nppourcd upon tho puy-
than thrro per cent of Ilia whole
Mr linn gnua fiutlor than thh
"rractlcally all of our ging foremen
aio UawalhitiB mill ncgrooJ with Ha
waiian ullillntloiiii 1,1) HltOllg It
amounts to tho banio," ho tayj. '"W'u
nil, and games will be played in
each u'ty until one team has won
fr ir oat of the seven scheduled
i With the settlement of the pen
nsnts in the leagues, interest new
at'aches to the weld's champion
ship series, in which the Chicago
Cubs ate the favorites. The scrap
t between New York and Pittsburg
si ill continues, with the teams neck
ard neck for secend place.
At Cin-mnati First game. ,Cin
cinnati 4, Chicago 0; second game,
Clncinnp.'i 5, Chicago 3.
At St.' Louis First game, St.
Lcjls 0. Pittsburg 5; second game,
St. Louis 2, Pittsburg S.
At Boston Boston 3, New York 4.
At Chicago . Chicago 4. Cleve
land 0. ' , '
iH Detroit Do;ra"t 13, New
Ycik 0. ; ,r
Standlna of American Weanm, Oct. 2.
Club i . W
Phil idolplila '90
Now York SI
Dp'rnlt ,.,... 8"
Cleveland ........ ;i
Ut. I.onlr, '... H
Standlna of National League, Oct
IN DANGER OF LAPSINC
lcslRiiud, follow Ini; u rcpoi't mado liy
mi liiKpictor that tluto weio IrrvRU
lui 11 Ion In connection with tho nc
counU of his (illlcu. Thcto Irrennliir
ItloH, It l Htatcd nt tho Treasury Do
partmetit, In no way involved Mr.
Drako'H boucBly, but related to fall-
Out Delinquency Tax-Section
A rliatiRc In the form of uno nee- Hon In favor of tho rich. I refer
Hon o? tho land lawn liy wlilth poor to Ho Hon 4 of tliu Amdavlt and Ap-
'l lull V.
Kcvv York . 82
I'lttebiltK ,. 81
toll, up to Iho present, a poilod of aio decreasing
twonty-fiiur weokti, vvhkli Is luriK ' McCandless iimMila shoutcts haw
noiir,h to bo tukou aa an uLcuratu bctn appcalliiK for votes persistently,
Indox of wiktorftont label conditions. iuIiib the nrfiiiment that the native U
DiirlnR that peiiod the pa j -roll being driven out of omplovnieut by
amounted Io $71,018 i3. Out of this tho ItiiBslans, but Malinger IIou'h
)ii;miin fho ltiisslans wlio paid only Btatoincnt shoots this uri;umuit fall of
$3,979 CO, that la, thoy woro paid loss holes.
d J- f & ( t v
v i f 55- f I- t v 'f $ i' ' t -jj1
WHAT A BUSINESS
MAN HAS DECIDED
... .. - M, , 1:
Republican ,tlcl(et Jlferodi lothu t
.elded lotvotoiilV blralklit,'' tiiiil' -v
" " . " . .
'rhnve been slzlnn tip tho
voters this fall, and 1 have duel
rvir, M, A. uonsaivcs ol Jl, A, uonsaiviu s. t'o , l.tii tliu iuoiujl.
"I liavo been it voter In thesa Islands since the days of KtHK
KalaUaua, pud I am fico to say tint, taking this tltket hy nud
lurgo, it is the best that linB oee been lucuutLd Io the voters.
"I Wiow tho men who liuvd bouji bele ted for the I.cnUlntiire.
I liavo found them Inmost niol 'and capable. Thej ate men who
will glvo tho people Kooil reaiilt). I know tho Ilulcgute, of
courto, and I think it tho duty of alt men who believe In tbn
continued welfare of the Torrltoiy to vote inr ICiihlo.
"Ponunal)'r I am not us woll ai(iial;itod with tonio of tho
men solected for tho local offices, but I can asmro ou (hat I
shall votf thn Ilopiihlleau tldtet straight this jear, andil hope
8L I -u!s S7
PA. I.culu C7,-
TO AUTHORIZE AID
FOR BIG 1915 FAIR
tol our khiik foremen what work wu I'bll.uKlphla ....... 71
bnve to do and how many men wo will
need, and leave It to them to got the
"ln other words, where you find on
our pay-roll that wo have hired Hits
lani,'ltancans that tho Rang foremen
themselves plcki; the lininlKrants.
Katiirnlly, ilio'Hawallmi will employ
nil Hawaiian, If poislbti', and t.o when
Russians aro employed It Is because
HawallaiiH are not available. Wo pic
fcr llnwallans as moio capable and
enduring, but houietliiiou, In rush
hours, not n Hawaiian stevedulu Is
available. They simply cannot be
had Then wo are forced to tq I!us
ditus, and the foremen go out and
"This Is sulllclent pi oof that the
IlusMnn Ih not driving the Hawaiian
stovedoro out of employment. As a
mattor of fact, tho ItusUan stovidoroan
4 i ,r,S2
78 .44 1
jc, Oct. 2.
r.u . .581
(m...iI Jtiilliitlii r'nhlp.)
SACItAMPN'TOCdl , Oct, 3. Tlie
Ctllfomla Legislature today met
hem to imtliojlzo , State aid for tho
191B, exposition.' The, Loglslluro
Is understood ,t Lfaor n largo up
lironrlutlon. IMPERIAL SENATE IN
CHINA IS OPENED
me t.i kctp u omits and deposit tltlicns of the Terrlloiy arc prevent- plltatlon Term 1. reading is fol-'
Mnniui fni- Hil,ll.w. ...1 r.. i r.-....i- .i... i. Cl1 'r""' bciotnlng homesteaders, is lows:
imiiiujr iui UUIIUI1115 cimi 1.11- '' "' " ""'" ,"" V. . V: . .. rpeited to bo the result of a move "'Section I That I nm not do-
lathed SitO Will Bo Avmi- .T.Vut tle .a el Taxno.. "-'"I" this morning by A. I. C At.lli.q...i In the pajmenl of any
,L i A.,.. T! 1.. ii. ..r..... i !....... ......i-is.i- kttiFOii on behalf of a number of tax ph. ntwcwied or naiabloimuer Iho
r Jr " "' " .ilmt the ofllL., ll.( should not oxlst. would-be homesteaders w ho took the. nnlliorll) of tho Territory of I1h-
rUlUrOi , m. Drake nrofTercd his rcsicnatlon matter up with him. Under the, wall, or any iwlltlral or municipal
mid later applied to withdraw the P'ctf"t law, 1110 poor man who is corponiuiiii or biiiiiiivisions mcrcoi
dclliKiucut In any taxe'j au not bo
a t..ii ... j..... ... ..... . . resinnanon. Lot niissioncr liiloi id
oi::Z Z :l!. I.c r. that the nKMUm come a homesteader.
fn l.i.u.i, 1 .. ..i ., 'tlioiild bland mid n siicoseor will bo
i...n. , ...,............. .,.'.. ..... iippolnled. Tho Ktatcment IS made nt Hcpiiblluin Territorial
l.o.m inio.1 i,v ii... r...i .'.! ..... Ilia IK'partment Ihut no suecesror has commlttie, this morning tent n lot- under tho law lien on tho property.
pertj holders tn tho condemn Hint! of -, been chosen to utteecd Mr, Uruko. ter to.tiovcrnor Trcar. asking that
11.0 regulation no cnangcn, nun,
"It docs not Eccm Justto me that!
tho owl nn of taxes should prevent aj
Mr, Atkinson, ns cli.il-man of tlielnian trom getting 11 homestead. Do-
executive, iiniiuoni taxes on 1110 propcriy arojc
, WAKE til
tucir iiiihi tor tliu rum of Jl3')(ioo Iiri
been romUrd Io Wusliliigluii bj (I iv
crnor 1'iear and Delegnto K11I1I0.
The letter Is lu'eilded Io follow up
tho cuhlo that was sent to Assthtant
Scctetjri('tif''thii Tnjnrt'iry Hllles bj
tho (lovt'iiior iiin) the Dulcgato over a
Tho BLuTjimlit is Indepon lent of tho
InvcBtlcatll'll made liv Colin! lor of Iho
Port Stiukahlu and It Is expeclcii to.
convey n reflection of comniiinll) seiii
tlment, urging that prompt nicisiirtx
bo taken f'ir tho nciiulieiiicnt of thu
wliolo block b. (utidcmuatlon proceed-
"n . ... ...1 ''ouilli 1'Mrltt
fiovernnr 1 reur stitcil this morning ..,., .i,ir,i
that Iho two redcrnl nmiroprlatloiis ' "i
that for Iho building and thn money t0i,.
i.'t ..... ii.i.ii..'...t..ii ... .i.u . itri siii.ui
properly liavo bcon npiiroprlaled In a
TT "'," " i"; i'b wnn' r grnmid llonr of the Kit-
v " - ' ' i ".. .. .tMt)m I;,,,,,! ,., l I, , Mm.t,
speciiieu nine. - ,,.,. ,,,.;, ... ,wi.,..i ,
The money will bo nvnlbibtu In a
which licit tho government J3 bouudj
In enforco. So why should n mani
who lias no iimnev
to pay. his taxeaj
wllh the support of Republican. lead
rs, will urge !U modlriratlon at bo prqvfnlcil from
onie. If nettss.iry, tho oucstloii 1U )ionitcrd7
bo tnken up to Ibe Supremo (Joint. I "This regulation In thn nnpticir
'', Tho change. It Is understood. Is nut. Hon Is, I unilerRtand," merely a torri,'
joppmrd liy -Mnrstou Campbell, su-liiiid ran hi) clinngcd, nnd therefore,
rel)lng upon our well-known Bcnse
IICCISTIIITION TO IIHI',
t. .. 5.9J7
Miijnrll) for llflh llMrlrt .... LMI7
The lti'gl.lr.tllnn Ilimnl I In dally
, pcrlutcndcnt of the boanUuf public
Tho letter rout hy Chairman At.
kinsoii thin morning Ih nsf fallows:
'Honolulu, T. Il Oyt! 3, 1910.
"Honorable Walter r, Kroar, Gov
ernor of Hawaii.
"Hear Blr: In the m ittor of a-
2,S7." plleatlous for homestea 1,. Section 4
lt,l(l.! eems to ho giving a Rood ileal of
. trouble to tho . poor ' man Com
plaints are coming In from nil over
the iniintr) that it Is a dlsrrlmlna-
of liutlce. I Jippoallfo.jrqil Jin behalf.
of ninny poor pcotftq. JniM jspcclally,
nt this rrltunl tlnio. to find some-"
"rrwans whcroliy Mirli condition pro'
ulc'iit may bo nllcred. ',
'Awaiting the favor of your roj
dy, I nnii sir, jour tiumblo nnd ob'
"(Signed) A. U. C. ATKINSON,
"Chairman, Hxeentlvo Committee,"
Territorial Central Committee,
itcpublliau Tarty of Hawaii."
hundred 5 ears." lenurkcd Ih- (iov
einor "If nothing la done lu the Interval."
ItoKMrnllon villi pollli('ii
10 ii'cliirk ;. m. .S.iliird iy, (Ii
GOLD MEN ON
STEAMER FROM .
..!! mi I tut I II C.ll.t. .")
I'HKINO, China. 0:t. 3. 1'rlnco
Chun opened tlio Imporial Souuto
biro today. 1
(Six-Int tliillutlli Cc'n snun.k nn 1
SKATT1.K, Wash., Oct. 3. Mall
pouches on tho hteamer City of So-J-attlo
wcro opened whllo tho stcVn
or was on tier way from Skagwuy to
this city, and about 2S,000 stolon.'
I Tho theft was discovered on the or
These ofllcl il Hmihu and this olll
clut unnoiincemdit were given to the
11 u 1 1 0 1 1 11 this morning by Mr. U. r.
Clillllngwortli, the chiiltuuin of tho
Registration Hoard. ,
"I iind roiiio people Ju.t waking up
and asking where thn i'rgMrntlon
Uonrd is inciting." mid Mr. Cb'lllng
worth. "Thev will llnd in ul Iho
Enmo old stand until '10 o chicle Sat
INTO BIG VAT
NEW COMMANDER FOR
(AhukI.iUiI rrtf.1 CiblO
WASHINGTON. I), C. Oct. 3.
Reur-Adtnlrai Hlchard Harry, U. S.
N was today named to succeed
Rear-Adtnlrnl llllcsi l. Harbor, com
fniindcr In-ohlef of tho I'mldo ciuls-"
tr biuhiIioii. Harry has bcon In
command of the second division of
tho fleet, with headquarters on iho
West Vlrelnln, nt Mare IstsBd. Har
bor, It Is stated, will lcavo tor hla
homo lu llalllmoro, Md., to uvalt
TQISTEE'S REPORT SHOWS
BIG . RECEIPTS OF THE
ESTATE OF AUGUST DREIER
The cstnto of 'the-'latn August $39,Glfi.37 and tho dltburEcmenl
Drclcr la In a falily prosperous' ton- $20,G39.!9, Ho lucomo from rents!
'dltluu, aecoidlut,' the report of being f2202 and the Interest 2,'-J
M. T, Slmouton, named to oxamlno 896.11. rf
the first unuu.il aciouuts of Cecil Mrs. Carrie Drclcr, administratrix!
Drown, us trustee of tho estate and of tho estate of Kmll Drcier, who
us guardian of thn two minor villi- under tho terms of Ills father's, will;
drcu, August and IMward. was to receive JIT.O per inonth, was'
The trustee icKirt that under tho paid (33U0, this sum tovcrlng tlio,
deeree of tho CI 1 cult Court ho has perioil from the death of August
paid to Mrs. i::nm.i Ureler tho full Drcier to that of Hmll Drclcr, In
niiioutit In cash of her dower right March, 1910, Tlio widow of Hmlj
in tho mtata of her husband, the Drclcr liavlnc chosen to take her
rival of tho vessel hero, l'nrt of tho PortUflUCSC YOUth GdS IntO ummint ndined being- $23,080.98. To dower rights, the Income of the c;
iiifinnv- win. fni.n.l nil t. fnnmt.lirn Thn ... . .A..... tl.f. .....t In ..ul. flm !.. .ulll ....... .... I.. Mra Annn.
money was found on a mess -boy, Tho
theft Is believed to be tho work of
an organized gang of robbers.
Boiling Water and Par
t outre this amount lu cash, the Into will now go to Mrs. Anna
tiustco found It nccesbiiry to sell .Miirkhum and to the throo children?
1 onto of tho estuto, for which fairly Adclo, Augiitt and IMward Dreler.W
grol prices wore obtained. In ad Included in tho 10-vlptu Is onal
I ADA IVTrQr I IrVICD At H o'clock this morning a I'or- Jlon Io tho $23,080.98, Mrs. Drolur Item of in,00(). rcallrcd from Jtio'
lilP1 ir-lr I I III r If tuci.LKo lad niiieed Miuiuol llutn fell lecured 233G.2ii. that hcliic her rale of laud nt Mukalm and Walft-
lini nilLiULi ijlllLjIt to u btillliig vat o'f water down dower Intercut in ical estate In tho nno to J, M. Dqwsott. , a
1 ..-. 11. r. Q.nitnr.. ui..nm i,..in.ii-v district of Wnlauiio. The master's renort nnnroves the!
IIVII (U it tl I VUI J UVVUItl tl( III 1 ' -- 1 --- - - - y- --- . rf
'and hoforo ho could lju pu'led nut Tho tccclptH nf the cstato were accounts of tho trustee ns subinltUdn
(Aumclitnl I'rrss CthIO
KOlli:. Japan. Oct. 3. The l'n
1 lllc Mall liner Siberia today Btnnsh
...I I. tin i. Intiii.pto lll.nr. thn Ton. a
cl.h.i.. Mnr.l. 'thn l.le Pnclfln Mall ",e,lt- Although tllO
1.,.. 1 ... ....1.. aiini.n ,i.,.,n,.,i n.ui svstem was great, nnd
'his right leg waV parboiled, Tho
' lloli was a tu illy cooked, nnd tho
agony of tho youth was Intense,
Tho alarm was sent to the pollco
elation and the pattol wagon was
uulckly sent down to tho svcone of
the accident, whore some people had
done all thej could Jn the way of
llrft aid. ' I
'Iho lad was taken to the Queen's
Hospital and njmltted for treat
cd upon here, llowovcr, thoro aro
u good many details to bo tnmpletod?
I 1 tie ruiiic.iiv.ik ui ...uiiu.B uu
(iprlit with thn Rnritf kids itstutnln
the I'unaliou dUlrlct will nlBo 11113
doubtedly claim his nttcntlo)), and
coma statement of the illspositlonojtj
tho properts is cxpcctcn jrom mav
hefmo his departure,
-Tl... M.n ...ul .. T....I..1..1. C.ny.1..
I b l .1. .Milt- uin lfc .1. ..... .iri.il. w.... v.t'
"i tfc I clH ln Honll WIH Btlr wil tlilngn
ul tno pain , n . 110itluB ., iu n-,knin,i i,-
lll It "II o 1 liv ) 1 j in wM(kv "J 1
HIIV (in I'lHJ niiMMti ni.in..p,n ...... in u iMlDllivm) i tx J un,ivi( tt
..rnrn..,ln,l n.l l.nr WI1V. but tbn To. CIIIICll by (llO burning IS awflll, IUO . . ,..., mnn. .. anr(,rt(DU
maslilma Marti was hndly battered """ " !'"- -'".
MAYOR 0AYN0R BACK
AT OFFICIAL DUTIES
will nrrlvn fill Iho Wllhelmlliu to
mnrntw tim 11 ukurl urnv I ""
It I, i.n.lerstno.1 that while he Is1 ITovloili quotnllotl
that my friends vJll do tlio same,'
? j ? ' ? t r't f t "r -r s
Routlno campaign wotk Is claiming
Iim iittentlou of tho O11I111 Democrats
M.ALn ..nv .villi Itftln In l.ri.H.tert
before Link McCandloss totiirim from'"'"! " 1)0 oul ot commission for
his Islund tour, which will bo on Wed- wno )'"'-
I newliiv. On Wcdnewlaj night a meet-) ' ..... '. ?!--Ins
or tho county committee Is culled. MEYER WILL INSPECT
In the Waverlcj block and McCmld COAST NAVY AFFAIRS
. lean Ik uxnectcd then to outline his
program for the local campaign f.s.nrlniM rr, r-.l.tn.i -"'"T unjnor muny resume.! 111s ...- 1Ween Aieirunni n.1.1 w".. o na. v,m,. ,1( ronulirtd nmnunt hadnpt
,Tio royonlh l'lorlnet of the fnuillij ST l'.V. Minn, Oct. 3. So re llrlal dptles. after his recent Illness would Jm nn exlenslnn of IllxUnii.) )0cn Bcn,r(.u, Bn() Vtrrull renmlnetlMn
dlFtilct linn eniieu a inreung ior u'-.taty o tne ,avy itnut-r iuii iibi i- riiureu py iim uinii . u. ..m uui air, spiitkuih mis .....uii; ,"ivv"iCitBody
hero the matter "t tho extension of
SAN TRANCIBCO, Oct. 3. HceU;
: nnjlsls, 9s, 11 3-4d.; parity!
' 10S' 1
Joo rorrnjl, who is charged-.
Mrvwl tl.il prBi r-at.li" )
N'HW VOItK, N. Y., Oct.
iiisnop sireev inroi.g.i ... wucu.. .. . . . ,,i,lu,.v .hh.,31
bo taken up nnd settled. The' . . ,,.!.., ,,. ,.?,. .-:;
l.n " " --- --'- ---
3,- Sprcckels Interests own tho land he-
!iit $2,000 this morning lip till, M
1 i t 1 1- ' "e 'Inihtut the resldenco' of 'James l.avvn. 'day on his way to thnCo,ist to mnl.o which nnirovvlj escaped a fatal end- to tho extension and the vac.i.tlng ofi
- i' -? -j ' -ifi '( -'jawo,, uu iusiioi.tou.of naval uffulrs, jug. ,, Hio lind ljas been practUull)' dcfld-l
BULLETIN AP3 PAY-