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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY bF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER. 12, 1910. 10 PAGES.
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LABOR STRIKES THREATEN ALL FRANCE
Refusal To Submit To Health
Inspection Keeps Big
Liner Off Port
'' Prince Teal Smm of the Imperial
' family of China tills morning found
that tlieic In mi olllilul In lloiiolutu
who was of liloio Importance tliuu
hlmsulf, ami thai (illlclal Is Dr. Carlj
Hanuis of the Mailnc Hospital anil'
Quarantine Service or the United!
IIIn Highness thought that he was
lniinuno from ciirfc rising for Inspec
tion on hoard the Olilyo Maru, hut
after the liner had heen held more
than an hour he finally contented to
ho seen hy the doctors, and the ship
was given pratliuo. If ho had not
consented to ecu the quarantine men
COURT DECISION ON ESTATE -OF
CLAUS SPRECKELS COSTS
RUDOLPH MORE THAN MILLION
Iludolph Sprcckcln hail something
of a ruvcisal uf fortune while he was
' on his way from Kan Francisco to
1 1 n Vi 1 1 , according to news received
II om yiiu maiiiianii muay. .v conpiu
of daY after Spreckcls left San
Frnncls on the Wllhcliiiliia, an Im
portant deilulon was made on tho
division (if the Spieekcls estate,
which, lr It sticks, will cost Itudolp'h
Spreckcls anl Ills lnother Clans moio
than a million apiece and add that
nut' h to the fortunes of John I), and
Tho S.in I'rauelbco Call of October
The following nru more complete
detiills'ot tho tonlhlu disaster at Los!
Angeles, when tho Times bulldlngl
was blown up with dynumlto mid u
score orinore cmplojes wero crush
ed ortiuincd to death:
1.03AMli:j.lW. Oct. 1. An u ic
Hult of .ilio Times disaster and tho
finding of-tho explosives at tho Otis
and Zecliamli'lai' Monies inuay, uio
city Is' in a state bordering on ubso-
A humlicd Inboicis mo searching
3 tho iuIiis of tho Times building for
tho bodies of victims, hut such a
'mats ot debt Is must bo lenioved that J
days may ellipse befoie tho bodies
are recovered, Among tho dead Is
A ChurcliMI Ilurvov-Klder. assistant
city editor ot tho Times, whu died at'
a hospital this morning:
' Taradc Called Off.
That the big labor parado which
was to iol feature of tho labor fed
eration meeting hero next Monday
will not ho hold Is certain, although
some of tho unions me In favor of
currying out the original program.
Tho mayor and chief ot police, how
ever, bolloved that a parade now
would cause ilottng, and they an
nounced that they would provent
any demonstration, j
Tho lornl olllccr of tho typo-,
graphical union today pased n rcs-1
nlutlon of sympathy for the Times
, and ottcied to aid the paper lu get.
the thlii would piobuhly ho outside
still, unless instructions 'were le
lelved fioni Washington hy cuhlu to
let the ship loose.
The Chljo urilved orf port at day
light this morning, ami the quaran
tine oinclals were on hoard hy 15,
hut on account of the action of the
prince It was not until after 8;S0
that the jeltow IIhr was hauled down
uuil the ship started toward her
lierth at Alakca dock.
When the gong1 was rung for pas
sengers to appear lu the cahtn, after
thu crew and steerage paksoiiKcrs
(Continued on Pace G)
5 has the following account of the
John I). Spreckcls uud Adolph II.
Spieekcls won their bccoiul lcIorj
over the exo utors of their fathur's
will, Huilolph Spreckcls and C. A.
Spreckcls, ji'steidny,' when Judge J.
V. Coffny. In tho puibato departinent
of tho Superior Court, ruled In the
matter of the applications ot tho sov
oral helis for u distribution of the
Clans Sprockets estate.
lu a-ilcar and ahlo decision Judge
Coffey held that tho Rifts made hy
(Continued on Pace 31
ting out Its Issuea until the plant
can be rebuilt. The union albo ic
futed to take any pa it lu tho labor
I.OS ANUni.US, Oct. 1. Assltlaut
(Joucrul Manager Chandler ot the
Times said Unlay:
"Thcio Is no doubt that this tor
rlblo outrage can be laid at Uiodoom
of tho labor unions. They have do
strojed tho building anil plant, nnd
have killed n number of our men
wo do not know how many but they
can not kill tho Times.
"Thero Is no doubt' that tho ex
plosion was caused by a charge of
dyunmlto placed uppaieutly In tho
little blind alley lu tho tenter of
tho building. No other agency could
have caused It. Thero was no oil
lu the building; wo hud no boilers
to expjode. Thcio wits no gasoline
In the place excepting n smnll can
or two In the composing room. It
Is tiue that the building wiib
equipped with gas, but no explosion
of gas could have caused such nn ex
plosion. "It was evidently aimed to de
stroy (lie plant and kill ;is mini) us
possible of the employcB. Tor ears
we have been inching threatening
letlois from people who said that I
the paper ought to be blown up. A
havon't rccolved any such letters
lately, ulthoiigli 1 have hud several
(Continued on Page G)
1 PRINCE TSAI HSUN
GREECE AT OUTS
(Hcl.il llulltt.t III C.llilc.)
ATlin.NS, (ireece, Oct. J2. Tho
Oieclau cabinet has icijgiicil In a
body, following Internal dissensions
and threatened complications with
Turkey. ItiiiuorH of .strife In tho
cabinet have been current for home
time, and a number of high ofllclals
iua follow the lead of the cabinet
- n i ,-
IS SERIOUSLY HI
rHrnrl.il II ii lie I In C.il.l- y
KOItT UOIHIi:, !u., Oct. 12. Sen
ator Jonathan 1'. Oolllvor is serious
1) 111 hero. Ills health has been poor
following nn exhutistlug session at
CRIPPEN GOES TO '
TRIAL ON TUESDAY
LONDON, Oct. 12.' nrCrlfaXn
and MUs I.encve, who liaphMfa?j
tilted of Iho miirdor ot llolle'EI
moie, nr. Crlppcu's wlto.-httvcjieon
Indlttcd. Tho trial wll .begltlfioxt
- THROUGH. PIQUE
AUIANY. N. V., O t. 12.
Ilarnes, former chulrmuu of the New
York Stato central committee, bus
icslgued from that body on account
of being defeated for appointment uli
tho oxeuitlvo committee.
MANUEL AND MOTHER
SAFE IN ENGLAND,
i:Vi:Sll.M. IJiir.. Ort. 12. Tho
deposed King Manuel, with tho
(jucen mother, hnvo arrived at th.li
port, making the pahii:ge In tin1
yacht Amcllu. They ura tu bo quests
ot tb.u Dul.u ut Urlcaus,
today two royal per
sonages, Prince Tsai
ami Hadji Mohammed jam
ulai Kirain. - The Chinese
Prince arrived this tr.orning
on the Chiyo Mam. He
has heen investigating the
United States navy, prelim
inary to the proposed ela
borate extension of Chinese
naval strength. The Sultan
of Sulii is returning from a
trip around the world. The
prince was bn business, the
sultan on pleasure bent,.
Comic opera was enriched
by the George Ade produc
tion of ' "The Sultan of
Sulu," and his visit to the
United Stales .has furnished
themes for countless car
toonists and newspaper para
graphers. The same may
be snid of Prince Tsai, who
is picturesque enough to
make material for comedians
SULTAN OF SULU JIND HIS
RETINUE REACH HONOLULU
ON LAST LAP OF LONG TOUR.
lladjl Mohammed Jnmulal Klr.ini,
Sultan of Sulu, Is in Honolulu, That
Illustrious potentate, made famous
Urst In lomlc opera, next by his offer
ot marriage to AIco Koosovclt and
iigalu when he begun his present trip
mound tho world, arrived this morn
ing on the transport Sherman and In
now engaged in enjoying tho sights,
sounds and smells of the city, a num
ber of which, ho says, remind him
pleasantly of his homo lu far-off Jolo.
Willi tho Sultan is u party of his
countrymen, and nil are under thu
cai el u I cjo ot the traveling manager,
C. J. Weilde Tho party consists of
thu Sultan's luother, Onto Itaja Mudii,
llajl Tahlr, llajl Mohamad, I In J I (lu
lum uud SullJ Muydiui. Mr. We r hie
gives the Sultan's legal and otllclal
name us llajl .Iiimnliil Kirain.
Tho Sultan mid his party are pic
tuiesiiuo In spllo of their Kuiopeaii
clothes which, by the way, uro a re
cent nciuUltlon. Until tho present
trip jvus iinili itaken, only one of tho
lellnue had ever tackled tho piolilem
ot laced shoes, high hats, frock coals
or union suits, but now they nru out
fitted with gmments of the latest rut
and -most fashionable fabrics. Tho
Sultan himself wcara a little red cap,
not a fen but a species of skull cap,
und it adds a mat touch to tho rcbt of
The parly left Jolo nil Juno 12 and
have teen a largo slice of ' tho world
since. They "did" I'arls, Naples,
Uiudnii mid n tow other European cit
ies before coming lo tho United
States. They liindod In New York
ou September 24 and made fast time
across tho rontlneiit, slopping for a
social tall mid chat with I'rcsldcnt
Tuft. Tliev hud a glorious time In
San Fram Ibco, und the Sultan Is "de
lighted1 with It all. When the Sher
man came Into putt at noon today he
said the Hands looked pietly good to
With the nppioneh of Ihe Biilliili,
the Blze of life fortune he made from
the sale ot pearls shrank rapidly.
Kiom Uuiopo it wui'ieporled us $200,-
000, from Now York $100,000 and now
tho truth lollies out that It was 2.".-
000. However, that will help thu Jolo
exchequer ii little.
I'eriionally the Sultan U affable,
ready to talk, but distillled withal. Ho
declared this morning that tho cities
ot thu Hulled Stales mo the best in
tho world. Ho plans a campaign of
education for his people , when ho re
turns, and one of tho (nfoicstlng feat
ures of his trip Is thul ho bus with
him u bunch of blank graphopliouo
records, mid Is llllldg them Up with
accounts of his trip histcad ot taking'
moiig u com oi iioic-oooks, Aiiorio
gets homo, ho will call his. high chiefs
together, assemble a concourse of his
people and with the aid of his records
will mako a few cuuiicdaftcr-dlnncr
C J. Wcrble, who Is tru,vctllng man
ager of the parly, Is no les, luteiest
lug than Ihe Sultan. He went In the
Philippines Mitli tho Seventeenth In
fantry, received an lioilorablu dls-
c hal go and began teaching school at
Jolo, and since then ho has liscn to
honor lu tho sultan's domains. Ho
planned this trip and miidu It n sue'
cess, und tho visit of tho Sultan In
Honolulu is thus duo to this keen
young American. . ,
Tho party canio ashore Mion utter
tho transport docked unci lunched at
the Young Hotel, after which the day
was in copied lu sight-soulug. The
transport Is duo to leave tomorrow,
thus cutting uhort thu Sultan's stay
Tho Mli.mii Hotel entet tains tonight
with a dance for the 111 Ht class passen
gers ou board the trnusiort Sheiman"
In which all Aun, Navy and townfolk
Thomas Mngep,. who accompanied
Iludolph Spreckels lo tho Islands
from San. Fruiiclsco, ictiirned with
Mr, Spreckcls ou the Wllliclmlnu.
i f SutJwrAiJ ihAVwumyrjihh SfcaAiJME jaaL , .jv.LjafeM,' rmuWimmWilifttftn'imKi T Hittti irfl rfBi i
May Come Again
Mob Violence Threatens French;
Capital ; Homes
I'AHIS. France. Oct. 12. As n
Northern and Western railroads, tho
trial crisis that may develop into a
rallwajs ot tho French metropolis are practically ut a RlandUill, andj
tho strikers havo begun to commit nets ot violence. ,i jj
Mobs uro forming constantly ami outbreaks against tho municipal j
authorities und tho railway olllcluls
strengthened, thousands ot troops rushed to the scene, and preparations ;.
made for trouble. Tho Premier today Issued a statement declaring that '
tho strike Insurrection has a criminal foundation. The feeling that
lawlessness Is rife is so general that foreigners, becoming alarmed, are
barricading their windows and doorn uud many homes havo been fortl- ,
lied us If for a siege. .1
LACK OF HARMONY IN HIS
FAMILY BLOCKS SPRECKELS !
IN PLAN TO SELL ESTATE
Lack of harmony In Iho Spreckcls
family blocked u big business deal for
Itudnlph while he was In Honolulu, Had
ho been sure of support, mid acquies
cence from his brothers John I), and
Adolph, tho beautiful Spieekcls estate
on Piimihou Blrcet would havo been
bold to a local teal estate man.
Hii'' I ph Spreckels sailed for San
l'ia en (his morning on the steam
er V llielmlun, Not until ho sailed
was it positively assured that hu
would not make tho deal for tho I'lina-
Ikiii property However, thu real cs-
tato man who has been conducting!
For tho secofnd tlmo since Ihe Civil!
Wur closed Iho wholo number of
troops of the Klltli Cavulry Is lu ono
station with tho arrival hero today ot
one squadron hy tlm trunsKirt Sher
In 1S9S ut Tampa, Fla., the Fifth
was altogether us u regiment and that
wua the tirst tlmo lu thirty years Hint
the entire number of troops hud been
under ono headquarters.
Again lu Honolulu, twelve voars
later, the entire organisation Is In com
mand of ls Ecnlor ofllcer. Colonel
Schuyler, und ho was the first man
ou boa id tho transport this noon to
welcome his ofllceis.
Dining Iho thirty cats following
the Civil War tho regiment, one of
the must famous horse, icglments lu
the ten Ice, was fccattered a (ow troops
ut itpl:ico tliioughout tho west.
Slnco '1'8 tho leglmcnt lias been do
ing duty In llo Philippines and Unit
ed Stales but not oncu lu ten years
bus It as a whole been under tho com.
iiiAnd of Its colonel.
Part of the tlmo Mimo troops havo
been lu the i.tates and miiiio station
ed' across the Pacific and toduy for
the first tlmo In yearn has tho whole
outfit been lu ono camp.
The regiment today Is far below Its
nlloli'd strength, all troops being con
tdilcrahlo helnvv maximum, and the
Kqujilion wfiUh cumo today number
lug but 2l enlisted men.
,' Nevertheless Colonel Sehujler Is
happy to havo the wholo regiment nnd
I his grei lings to Major Unison In
command of the Incoming squadron
wero of iho warmest.
tire-tit snlo of flanneletles at 10c
J'ard at Whitney & Marsh ou Satin
Ida) uud Monday next.
lcsitlt of tho labor ttrlkc3 on the
city of Paris faies n serious Indua-'i
much wort.o state ot things. Tho
lire feared. Tho garilson Is being ,it
negotiations with Spreckcls was at
tho dock mid tho rich San Francis
can's attltuilo regarding tho disposal
of tho pioperty remained unchanged.
The hitch. It Is tinted, canio about,
In this wlso: Tho local realty dealer,
wished to purchaso tho Puliation pro-i
perty exclusive of the house and n
little ground about tho house, and
was willing to pay what Mr. Sproo-.
kcls asked. Spreckels. however, de
clined to bell the procrty exclusive)
of tho house. To sov era I Honolulu
pcoplo as well as to tho real cstatci!
fPnntinnrd nh Pnirc !J ,
..... .. ... '
nciiry i liiric appearcu ai me po
lice court this morning and 'was'
charged with having cmhezzlcdatliel
sum uf J2S8, tho property of thai
coumy. lie was reprcsentcu uy Ai-i
torlinv ChiirlPR 1 Phllllni-wnrlliV
J . .. w........a .. w. ...v
who asked for a continuance till OC
tober 1J. i
With regard to the amount at
legcd to have been ctocn by Clark,
It Is stated that the money has' been
made goOil and thul no shortage at
present orfsls. The audit of the
books was llplshed this morning, and
the iluul report turned lu to the
grand Jury for Investigation.
There nru iniiitv tlilnirR tn Iia ut?
, .:.'..:., '....:.. .r: -,
ilillllVU in uuuiiuliiuii wuu UlU .UIJJj
IckciI cniticxzloinciit, and tho booka
ll.ll.l.tl.l .. t.. llln ..I, In.. -l.,,n, nni
I'kKltthll'S HI IIIU WIIIW Olilf" 111U(IJ
oniburcs auu alterations mai, on tue
futo ot It, look bad fur Clark.
' As fur us Judgo Andrade la rnu-1
cerued lu the mailer, tho statement
has been made that the Judgo gavs
Clark checks to cash at dlffcrenu
times, and that In some Instances,
the ( lieekH wer, iiri'Knlif oil nt thu
bank and honored. In other cases;
the checks wore (ashed by Clark out
of tho funds In his cubtody and tho
checks held Instead. When thtj
checks that .were objected to hy tlioj
auditor wero presented at tho banbj
they were at ouco paid. Judgo AnJ
drado was not awaro that Clarjc
was hidillng two of his checks liv
fTionttnurd nn Paee 2)
Senator H. T Moore,
ono ot tho!
Democrat lo iiicmherB ot the last
UlaturQ and a hold-over, loft on- (.ha
Sierra this morning for the Coast?
He will return tor tho session.