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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4740.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERKITM1Y OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1010. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ARREST OF HENRY
All In Two Days
Young Henry Clark Charged
With .Embezzling Police
Further developments resulting from investigation by those in charge
of the Clark inquiry this afternoon show that checks drawn by Jude
, Tiank Andrnde were cashed by Clark and that they were not immedi-
ately presented at the bauk. However, the checks were met afterwards,
and the money is now in the safe at the police court office.
Checks of another man are still held in the cash till and hnve not
been paid at the bank they were drawn on. Thc whole matter is being
investigated by thc County Attorney's department, and tomorrow after
noon at 1 :30 o'clock thc case will be presented to thc grand jury. I
The case has attracted much attention in thc city on account of
the people involved. The audit of the bocks at the police court office is
fill nt!nn fin fltiil ili& nuiltlv... fa Otldtnn ntliAt i(ithb 41io4- muiJ nvnlnln.'
ing. He hopes to have everything
Married nt twenty-four years of
ago to a woman pt llfty-two, and nr-'
rested on n chargo o( cmhczzloment
.h.a .Inn. In,. In !!. m w .. I n .. n a l f
i m inti uujn luii'ii )a iit, i'ijcii'"vv
Vi Henri "Clark of this city, son of
..VfSjL. ?"TM,I.lnci niit-lr rrin tniini. mnn whnl
.W MPV llllBM'-o,UI IMM & .... ,,.... . -""I
j- w'kiIiIoiI Mm Pniinn riri'fpr widow of.
....... .- . , - -.
the lata AugU3t A. Dreler, only Instl
Saturday night, was arrested at noon
today, charged with tho embezzle-j
niont of funds belonging to tho
county. The amount stnted In tlio
wairnnt is $2S8, but further Inves
tigation Into .vouug Ctnrk's flnnn-c-I.il
methods may develop, further
The discovery of tho shortage of
Clirk's was mado by tho new deputy
CAREFUL PREPARATIONS TO
PROTECT PRINCE SUUN
,: .WILL NOT LEAVE CHIYO
Kxtraordluary precautions aro to
' Iih tukun to nvuro tho safoty of
I'll n tu Kiiiiii, who Is duo to nrrlvo
ft din the Coast on tho Chljo Mnru
tomorrow.' In view of the attempt
that was mado lo oss-isslnnte tho
member of tho rojal family of China
while he was on the Coast, tho Ted.
eral authorities havit cabled a re
quest that ever) thing possible bo
lone to provide for tho piotectlon of
tho prln'.o while tho Chljo Is In
It Ins been lenrned by wireless
from tho Chljo that Prince Suun
will not land, but will remain on
bosrd tho Chlyo while It Is In port.
This Is believed to bo due to his
rnrtlier decllnoi wore experienced
this morning on tho local .stock ex
change and tho brokers, although ex
pecting tho aeeurltles to chop, found
oven loss encouragement In tho out
look than might havo been foreseen
Hoiiokna and Onhu wero tho pilncl
pu offenders, Honokna, which has
been hovering around 11 got down to
12K7R, while Oahu slumped "rmn :s to
27 O20 rionccr con'limod nt Its low
price of pi), ami llivv.illan Coiiiiiut-
(laMhhowed no sisus hi l.illv
Tliero was brisk trading between
fnsslnns of tlio boaid, but little on
the lunril Ithfir, and the trading Is
due to the dc-slin of ntocklioldors who
(Continued on Face 4)
ready to present to the grand jury to.
county auditor, James I.lo)d. Tlio
auditor has been going throusli the
bonks nt I ho police station office,
wlidrn f-lntt. wn i. nmiilm Ail nn nlorlr
n,. v j.t,.i i.nn vnii'j -- o
i for tlio last week or no. In tho
j-mtrnn nf IiIr Invent Ifr-ltfnnn T.tm fl
--..., ... ..... .... ......-...-, ....,-
found out tbnt n larce sum nf monoV
which had been turned Into tho of.
fl'e In tho wny of fines, ball and
bonds for anneal cases, was not on
1'uither Investigation showed that
Claik w.ls the only one who had con
trol of tho money, and a warrant
was Issued for his arrest at noon to
day. All those who Know Clark nro
very surprised to hear that he has
gone astiay. Ho was looked upon as
' fContintird on Pare 2
fear of another attack upon his life,
the Chinese who was overpowered
while preparing to shoot the prime
on tho Coast being n member of tho
Young ClilncBo Society, which Is
rnpldl) acquiring a reputation of
being the advocate of an extreme
policy toward reducing the numbers
of tho reigning d nasty of tho Celes
On his return trip Prlnco Suun Is
nrrnmpanled by Agent Council of
the United States Secret Service.
When the Chlyo nrrlvcs tomorrow
sho will ho boarded Immediately by
United States Marshal Hendry and
Chief of Detectives McDuffle. Tho
(Continnrd on Face 5
Dr. W. II. SOU', governor of Gor
man Samoa, Is n tluough passenger
on tho Mnkura, and will go across
the AmuiUan continent to embark
for the Atlantic paisago for his homo
Ills Kxiellcncy Is accompanied by
his wife, child and maid, nnd the)
tpuiit tho el")' today in touring Ho
nolulu nnd environs, under the dl
lection of Jim 'Qulnn, who took
them to the I'allnnd nil other points
of Interest poEslblo.
flovernoi Soif was moro thun
charmed with honolulu nnd especial
Jy coinpllinentijd1 tho city on Its ex
cellent roads cAcr which ho trnvelcd
during the uii(oniobJo trip toda).
j ii ii I lc tin II per jc-nr.
CONDEMNS "SUGAR TRUST"
((V-Ii! Hiillotln fililo)
ST. LOUIS, Mo, Oct. 11. Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt today (tackled a
new thing aviation. He made an
ascent with Aviator Hcxsey this
morning in an aeroplane, circling
nio-.iml it three-lap course 'n three
minutes and twenty seconds. The
ccjrsc was four miles and a half
lorg. and thc pace wns strenuous
enough to suit even the energetic
colonel, who declined, when he
.. .a ..
reached the ground, that he was
fAHrinchud l'rrss CnM)
HAIICKI.ONA, ftNiht, , Oi;t. 11.
(Trowing ninbs on the streets, dlsor
dcis reported among the peasantry
In the surrounding country, and a
wild spirit of recklessness generally
nmpng the people, havo aroused se
rious fears of an outbreak among the
authorities lioie. The nowg from
I.ltlion has llcen so disquieting that
nncourngemeiit Is given would-be
rioters, and It Is suspected that
agents of the lepubllean revolution
ists arc at work here.
C5-lat II ii 1 1 1-1 1 ii Palilc )
STAUKVIM.i:. Mo, Oct. 11.
Klcvcn bodies have been recovered
by tho rebuilds who lnve been work
ing night and day to releaso the
largo number of miners who wcro
cmnmbed In the burned mine.
(tcitftlnl llullollii CiM.)
UAUDinTi:, Minn.. Oct, n.
Over three thousand refugees from
tho Qro swept dletrlct have gathereel
at this pl.ire. The town has been
placed undci martial law for the
purpose of keeping order.
(Knrciit ll ill let In Cilli)
ST I.OI'IS, Oct ll. Col. Ilooso.
volt stated todn) that bo would open
tho Now York campaign on I'rlday.
SA THANCISCO, Oct.
Heels RS nnnl)sl, 9s, 7d.;
to. Previous quotation, On.
IS UNDER ARREST
BVCIIAMCNTO, Cul Ort. 11.
Tho polite today arrested a man
charged with complicity In tho dy
namiting' nt I.oa Angoles that re
sulted In n score of deaths and tho
destruction of the Times building n
week ago. Ho bos been trailed ever
since, and Is thought by tho arrest
ing officers to bo one of the men
who put tho.dynamlte In n launch
and took It to San rronclsco across
J A Knqulst, representing the
Zollerbach I'uper Company, returns
on the Wllhelnilna after a very
pleasant stay In the city Mr Zel
lerbicb controls tho organ of tho
Common lil Travelers on tho Const
nnd will havo many good things to
sny of Hawaii
Tho cano against Tom Mcdelrns
vvio Is chaiged with asHnult and- hit
tnrv was rontlnued till tonioiiow
morning ut tho Police Court.
CLARK DISCLOSES FRAUD!
FAXON .BISHOP IS
Judge Robertson Charges thc
NcW Inquisitors As
E. Taxon Illshop has been apiiolnt-
T'1 !'' """f ,nlCB .J"!,,;o """"Ttson
"' . ."'" ,T" " ". "PW "ra""
.iiiiv itir nil, ill iiiiiit iiriti
Tho Tedcral Incinlsltors were In ses
sion this morning, lnvlng b-en chaig
oil csteulay afternoon as to their dn
, tlos In tho course of hU charge
JucUe Itobert-Mm referred particularly
to :i illrpo-dllcu to regard lightly cor-
it.Un United States statutes that do
not find Feneral favor In tho Territory,
in this connection Jitdgo llobertson
Tho Dhtrlct Attorney will direct
J our attention to certain alleged vlo-
ntlons of the postal laws, the statute
ngaliiFt making counterfeit coins, and
the qu iriinilno legulntlons.
"It Is not necessary In nilclrciilng
Intelligent Jurors to enlarge upon tho
necessity for closely scrutinizing all
acts which, tenet p .et nt naught laws
of ueh i,enefnltlnifioiiunef a. thciao
mentioned, I.nws protecting tho ixist
offlco and malls, and thoso relating
In tho preservation of tho public
heillh, and tho Integrity of thc cur
rency and coin, nro of far reaching
effect, and their violation affects ever)
person In this Territory.
"Alleged violatlonn of tho lows
against Importing and trafficking In
opium and thoso against Immorality
In some of Its various forms will also
ho called to jour attention.
"Tho court Is nwaro that tliero Is
some tendency among our peoplo to
question tho policy which led to tho
enactment of tho statutes concerning
thoso matters by Congress, and to bo
llttlo violations or them, This ten
dency has, occaslonslly, manifested It
self In tlio trial Jury. In this connec
tion I deslro lo say that while every
citizen, whether ho bo Judge. Juror,
prosecuting attorney, or ono without
official duty, has n right to his opinion
as to that jiollcj r ct, when called
upon to act In any such official cnp.r
city, tho cltlren must and should, uh-
der his official nith, stand for tho Im
pnrtl.il and Jmt enforcement of tho
law whatever his Individual opinion of
tho law may be.
"Any deslro v agltntlon for the re
peal or amendment of any such sta
tute may bo properly addressed to
Congress but It would be dishonest
and uiimnnly for ono harboring a dls
llko or contempt for nny such law
to take advantage of a temporary an
tborlty or official position to attempt
Its nullification, or to encourage Its
At, the suun Jlmo, and this remark
will apply to jour deliberations In
general, 1 deslro to caution jnu
agalnht finding Indictments on weik,
untriiHtwcirtliv or Insubstnntlal ovl
ilenco. To find nn Indictment and put
a person upon trial for an offenso of
which there Is no Just or reasonable
ihiMpeet of a conviction merely wastes
tho tlmo of the court and tho trial
Jury, and puts tho government to un
FOREST FIRES RAGE
OVER MINNESOTA NOW
, CAsitM I ihil Vhh Cubic,)
WASHINGTON. O. C Oct. 11.
Tho official report of tho govern,
miint forester or Minnesota is that
10QO people are burned or missing
In the great forest fires In tho State;
that 2.100 square miles havo been
burned over, most of which Is still
nblnro, nnd that Incalculable dam
ago has been wrought.
BIG TRUST CASES
SET FOR JANUARY 3
WASHINGTON, I) C. Oct. 11
Tho Suiiieiiie Court tndny sat tho
hearing of the Standard Oil and To
barco Trust enses for Jnnuar) 3.
Money muy lu.ikci the main go, but
It will not start tho nlglituiaio
.,J.w..Ai1 ,.... .tkAr.
HAWAII IS GOAL
OE HIGH ARMY
That the qunrtermaster-gencral of
tlio United States army Is soon to
visit Hawaii Is the news that has
been received hero unofficially. Tho
latest reports are that Ilrlg.-Oen. J.
II. Alcshlre, the quartermaster-general,
will urrlve in a few weeks.
Ills visit Is of the utmost Import
ance to the Territory, Inasmuch ns
It will havo n direct bearing on the
great plans for military construction
now In progress or planned for Ha
w-all. Tho quarlerma8ter-gener.nl or,
the army Is actlvoly concerned wlthl
the lenses, purchases of supplies for.
construction, ns well as for mainte
nance, and with tho building vot
quarters for bnrrncks and Btnblcs.
Nothing definite Is known of Oen.
eral Aleshlre's movements now, but
he Is believed to have left Washing
ton. Captain Mooro N. rails, depot
quartormnster, hald , this morning
that whllo ho has no knowledge of
ficially of (Icnoral Aleshlre's plans.
ho received cables yesterday from
Washington that were not signed by
the quartermaster-general himself,
whlchglves jcroundsTor tho suppo-!
sltlonthat he Is on hls'wajp now,
though ho inny take a roundabout
course before reaching vSnn Fran
cisco nnd sailing fnr, fills port on
ono of tho transports. (
Jlrlg.-tlen. Aleshlro was appointed
quurtormastcr-gcncrftl In Jlly, 1007.
He saw active service many )ears
ago In expeditions against tho
Apicho Indians, and was In tho
Philippines for two )cors.
- STOPPING RIOTERS
MSIION, Portugal, Oct. 11. Tho
clt) toda) Is quiet. Tho authorities
have bii rredod In suppressing the
riots which were directed against tho
religious orders. Further outbreaks
aro feared before the new govern
ment Is fairly on Its feot.
The 'heat of tho coming political
struggle has stnrted a great many peo
ple or Hawaii to thinking, especially
or the Delegate and tho work ho has
done during his threo terms or office
During tho campaigning trip that
(ha Dclegato has Just made through
tho big Island ho has given tho peoplo
or that part of Hawaii much food for
I thought and tho result Is that they
are. rail) lug to his support in n wa)
that assures tho Territory af another
period or prosperity rrom thp Wash'
Ing'on cud or affahs.
Many things that wcro not clear
or have been befogged by speeches
mado by McCandlcss have been mado
thoroughly clenr to the people. Tho
Hllo Hoard of Trado adopted n reso'
lutlon In which much appreciation for
what had been clono for Hllo by tho
Delegate was mado manifest, Tho
coming now Federal building for Hllo
and tho breakwater now undor con
structlon uro dlrecMy duo to tho of'
rorts or the Delegate These two
Items alone aro enough to glvo him
the RiipKirt or th'.i big Island which
bo will nfsurcdly' get.
Another resolution was passed by
tho Hawaiian residents or tho Kau
district In which they expressed their
appreciation of what had been dono
for Ibeni b tho Pinco In regard to
the land laws It Is unnecessary In
go Into details of tlio matter but tho
peoplo of that district know what It
means rnr them nnd their llttlo homes
and on tho eighth of noxl month they
will show their appreciation In n more
substantial way than bv n resolution
At every phrn the Delcgite slop
ped nnd hd n talk with tho peoplo ho
has strengthened his position from tho
fict tint his talks weio sound logic
and convinced the pennlo that lio wns
working tor tho benefit or tho Torrt
tory as a whole.
- . t,i iiH j-mm ,t...wiv,
Club Luncheon That Sugar
Trust Is Corrupt
"You people here in Hawaii should take care to fight d'shonesty the
same as has been done in the States, and I want to warn you against
trie most corrupt trusj in tne wona loaav me sugar trust under the
control of which t you may become,
"There are bigger things in the world than the mere making- of
money fighting ngainst graft and corruption are some. We in San Fran
cisco have seen dishonest officials elected after the graft prosecutions,
and we have had all but one of the men convicted of graft set free by
the Supreme Court on technicalities.
"In the future I am. going to tievote my time in trying to impress
upon the business men of the community that dishonesty must be fought
and that unless honest men are elected to office then in a short time
there will be no protection for honest business." Rudolph Spretkels,
before the Commercial Club.
At a luncheon given this noon
nt the Commercial Club, lludolph!
Spreckels was the guest of tho cir-
(conization, nnd-tik tho conclusion ott
the repast addressed tho . members
The club dining room was crowd
ed during tho lunch hour, and a
largo number ot the prominent busi
ness nnd pmresslonal men of the
city wero present.
It wns Jn-t boforo 1 o'clock that
President Paris of the club aroso
and Introduced Mr Spreckels as one
The Consolidated PIncappto Co,,!
I.td,, has entered into a permanent
agreement with the California Fruit
Packing Association for the control
and distribution or Ub products on'
the mainland, according to nows
that leaked out this morning and
which Is borne put by recent devel
opments. It. I. llentley of California, pres
ident ot tho California association,
arrived rrom San Francisco on tho
Wllhnlmlnii n upplr nun nnd ulnre
then he has been In conference with'
officers ot tho Consolidated and or
tho Hawaiian Development com
pany, which acts as agent for the
pineapple company and largely ban-
Prlnco Kuhln will loturn tomorrow
f i om his campaigning tour on Hawaii
and Maul and with hardly a rest w 111 I
go on to Kauai for a hard sesilnn of'
It there Ibis Is tho program given'
out mis morning nt icoptuuican Head
.. ... . . .
quarters by Territorial Chairman A.
I,. C. Atkinson. ,
Kuhln's trip has been moro than
Hurccssmi on tho two Ishnds ho hasjfor "Is entertainment hero Is attempt
visited rollnwlng clono on tho heels1' "" ' a pensioner or (ho United
or tho Domorratlc rnndldato lor clolo- St itos government, nnd Is under the;
gnto, Mnk McCnndless. Kuhlo met protection ot tho government whllo
with Haltering iieceptlons and found
that ho could punctilio n lot of tlio
Hcws's balloons by tho slmplo procesi
of talking facts.
McCandlehs Is now nn Kauai, but
will return lute In tho week Kuhlo
Is due to nrrlvo on tho Claudlnq to
If you wnnt a good Job clono nn nn
auto or carrlngo take It lo Hnwailnn
Carriage Mfg. Co. 4S7 Quuon Bt.
of the prominent men before -tho
Ii opening hli remarks Mr.
Sprockets -said that ho was alVuyi
happy to come back to Honolulu and
to sec his many friends hero. ' i.
o talked about the graft proso-sl
i-uuuuH in nun , i-rancisc-u. mention-'
lng that nil but one or the convic
tions had been ret aside on tech n I
entitles by tho Supreme Court.
''It is ot the attitude of the bus!.' 4
ness community mat i wane to
fContinnet" on Pace 2)
dies Its affairs. Tho local compnny
has operated through the California
concern. It wns stnted this morn
lug that" the niilnl.nnd company has
had an agreement with the Hawai
ian iiimpiuy amounting to on option
cm the handling of Its products,'1 and
that sin e llcutley'g arrival hajlnd
effected an, arrangement whereby'the
pineapple company's Coist business
Is consolidnted with the Intorests ot
tho Calirornla lrult Packing Asso
ciation That this Is pmllmlnnry to
nn announcement or a big deal be
tween the Inn companies, which
will amount to u merger, Is confi
dently believed by thos.o In touch
with the situation.
Tho Sultan or Sulii, famous In song.
story nnd tho newspapers, will nrrlvo
"'' '"""'log cm tho transport
,sl,orn!?n. ""' ,,ur.1" '" 8la' ln l")rt
!i '" l' l,, ,mo,,lclnl EU0Et of tIm
i iri inirv
However, tho pergonal wishes
or tho Sultan nnd Ills' suite will bo
consulted beforo an) definite program
Hadji Mohammed Jnmulal Klram It
Is tlio Sultan of Ruin's real name,
nnd ho Is one of tlio most, picturesque!
perronnges trmt over entered tho
United States, n this respect, out-
Continued nn Pace 4.
Seventy horses, to arrive October
H, per S 8 llyndes. Tor particulars
seo advertisement. Club HUUleu.
Telephone IIU9. ,
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