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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4753.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERMT)ltY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1910. 10 PAGES.
FBIOE 5 CENTS.
CUBAN SUGAR IS DESTROYEd
From San Franciico:
Slerin October 28
For San Francisco:
Koroa October 21
Mukuru November G
Miiriiiiia November 8
Fresh Reports of Great Damage
j Done By Tornado And 4
(AbhouIuUiI Press Cable.)
HAVANA. Cuba, Oct. 19,
iA Cuba (
reports from tho province.)
now mining in show that tliu damage
iloiio by tornado and Hood two d.ija
n po is inucli gt eater than wag first
expcilcd. News Id pouring In from
dUtuiit points, and with each fresh
dory the extent of tlio disaster la
Millions of dollars' worth of prop
erty has been destroyed, and mllo
iifter-mllo or glowing sugar-cane mid
other crops laid WiiBto by tho ter
rific wlpds and tho rains that soon
CLARK ADMITS. IN ANSWER
THATHE WOULD NOT REPLY
' BUT. SAYS NO
,Next Saturday Is tho day set for nr-
giimcnt in tlio citation for contempt!
Issued against Henry Clark and at
"that tlmo they will bo lieniil. tho curd J
being continued fioni today when It
who to havo boen argued.
In his answer to tlio citation Hied
today Clink claims, among other
things, that to havo answered tho two
questions which ho refused to do
about (no checks would tend to In
criminate himself as he was under ar
rest chat god with piiilipxxlpnicnL
There aro cloven points in tho an
swer tiled In tho ciluilnal court In
which he rajs at olio point Unit ho re
fused to answer tho questions upon
advlco of counsel.
Ho claims that at tho tlmo bo was
beforo tho Jury thero was a charge
of embezzlement against him which
In still pending, charging tho amount
of $288, and the purported check of
II. I.. Zabtan, was mentioned lu tho
Jlrst ipio.nl lou of tho Jury which ho
declined to answer.
The purported chock rcfened to n
tlio heroin! question was dated Juno
13, 1910, and nindo payable to tlio
Buncc anil White to Face
Court Again Tomorrow
It took nearly tho wholo morning
to draw a Jury for, the second ttlul
'of tho two tfoldloiB, Bunco and
v While, who arc dunged with lobbing
a woman at Iwllcl several mouths
ugo, mid when the drawing was II
ally completed Just boforo noon, tho
cauo was continued until tomoirow
DY ARCHIDALD A. YOUNG.
"I am not In politics, not actively Identified with political affairs, but when
the time comes I am going to vote the straight Republican ticket. It Is the
only ticket for the Hawaiian business man at the coming election. I am
.not greatly interested Ip politics, but the straight ticket is the ticket for me
In this campaign, and that's how I'll vote.
turned Into Hi oils. No cstlniato of
of the dlsiBtcr Ii.ib jet
for there am many agrl
culturul distrl ts still to be heard
.Many lives havo bean lost, though
tlio' net mi I deaths aro few In compar
ison wlih the number ot people who
nro homeless and destitute, driven
out by tlio Hoods.
Kroin Koy West crimes news nt
many wrecks among the vessels In
tho coasting trado, mid ninny more
nro missing. It Is one of the gicnt
est floods In tho hlstorj of Cuba,
Dlstttct .fjigfslrao of lloiloliilu for
tho gum of 1325.
Respondent believes and avers that
tho Investigation of tlio Grand Jury
found an lnclutiucnt against him for
embezzlement of funds of which these
checks wcro n part, and bo believes
that tho checks weic not entered In
tho books of account kept by him.
Ho denies that ho declined to an
swer these question but avers that ho
was not guilty of contempt In mi do
ing. Ho refused to answer these ques
tions on advlco of counsel and hus.tho
right to refute to unswor If tho
answer would bo self-lncrliuluntlng
Ho was tfmler oath at tho tlmo and
gave Ills letiMHi (o tho Jury for refus
ing lo answer.
Further Clark avers IiIb right to ro
fuso to answer any question tho an
swer of which would furnish one link
In tho chain of ovldc'nca that might
convict him of (lift crime of embez
zlement, ami tho Constitution guaian
tees tho privilege claimed which ex
tends to testimony beforo the Cruml
Tho ifiBt ttlal.two wcoks ago re
sulted In a disagreement of the 'Jury
ami no verdict was rendered, and for
tho second Jury thcio woro not
enough men present today, bo tht
miiers nail to no seni for.
, When thoso available had been
diniyn, court adjourned for .two
hours while extra Jurymen woro
found, and ut 1 1 n'efock tho drawing
continued, which resulted In a full
Tho full Jiit' which will try tho
cueo Is composed of J. M. McChoancy,
C. I.. Crubbo, It. (i. Moore, B, l.
Kauai, W. K. Jordan, C. it. Huston.
It. W. I'orkliiB, l'. O. S.'lunlilt, C. .1.
Iiiulwlgson, V. Chung llooti, A. It.
Clurrey and N. It. Viiun'.fe
1'iiea Cemetery Association has ask
ed for aitlelca of Incorporation ntrl
llifbo will ptohubly bo tipnfoml lo
I (lovernor I'rear today.
: :: n it :: :: tt :: :: :: :: :i :: :: :: u
ti No gatno Ih played tndny ho- It
Iwont the Chicago Cubs ami tlio ti
tt Philadelphia Athletics for tlio tt
tt championship or I lu world. Tlio tt
tt teams nro on llrlr way to Chi- tt
tt cugu. when, tlio llilid game of tlio It
H sciles will be played tomorrow, tt
tt Tlio I'hlladclphluns havo now Ink- tt
tt (ii two g'uiieB. Tlio II ill lot 111 tt
tt wilt report tills game as It lias tt
tt tlio otheis, by special cablo ser- tt
q vice. Tlio II u 1 1 c 1 1 ii'h leports tt
tt have been full and Intcicstlug, tt
i tliu only iideriuute (iiior published tt
tt In tlio Toil lory, mid thousands tt
tt ot fans nru reading tbeni ti
ti Tlio I) n 1 1 o 1 1 n gives tlio iiuws.Ut'
tt f tt
ti tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt ti It it tt tt tt tt tt
( Associate! rrjss bable.) .
CHICAGO. Oct. 19. Charging mis
rrauagcmcnt in the administration of
a!faii3 by officers of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad, attorneys representing
stockholders nave tiled suit tor $10,'
000.000 of damages.
The road is charged with having
wasted its moneys, and there ,'s more
than an intimation if allcced com
plirity in the W 6f its funds for
political puh)C:cs. The chnrecs name
many officers high in the 'affairs of
the Illinois Central. (
FOR RHODE ISLAND
TAssocluUd Press tCaldM ,
IMIOVIDKNCK, 11 11, 0t. 19.
The llepubllcaus todaj renonllnatcd
(lovernor l'utlilci.ytlnvornor I'otlilcr,
In a speech after being chosen, en
dorsed tho ad m In 1st ration of Presi
dent TaTt and tho tariff as It now
Escaped Prisoner Is Found
Asleep Under Bridge At
. , t .
This morning ut '9 o'clock, I'ollcu
oniccr J. K Mnkiinuila captured Sam
ICahl, the prisoner who escaped from
(ho Queen's Hospital several days
ago. Tho lad was canfclit down at
Moanalua under, a bridge that spaiiH
tho creek near Mr Damon's house. A
bicycle; wai found alongside of Bam
ami, as the, olllecr crept up whllo tho
youth was asleop.tlio arrest was. easy.
It appears fiom rfnm's story, as told
at the I'ollcu Station this morning,
that ho has been for somo days camp
ing under tho brldgo ut Moanalua. Ho
depended for food upon somo turo
that ho manuged to get frnm-u Cliln-
cso storckoepir and lie got u little
Utst night Kalil visited Kakaako
ant! took lu tlio Democratic meeting;
tin said that ho enjoyed tho hula-hula
very much) and then returned to Mo
uiiuluu on his brother's blcyclo. Ho
was tiled out after listening to tho
Dcmoeiatic speeches and slept late
this morning. Bam says that tho next
time ho runs away ho will avoid
Kahl is serving a hciKciico that will
not expire tllj 1913 and, uu ho Is like
ly to get ono more yeur's Jull for his
latest oscapade, ho will bo a guost
at Asch's hotel for tome' considerable
tlmo to come. i
William P. Do wnes, it former clerk
In tho Ilajllinoro (Mil.) register's
olllce, was placed' ot; trial for the
fourth tlmo for tho alleged larceny
of SU7,Q00. Tho Jury disagreed nt
ArclfiT Drown, n white man, went
to thn.olpculc ebnlr In tho Itlrh
ninnd (Va",l penitentiary' lecnntly
for tho inilriler of n father and tho
Politics on molokaj
Experts Establish Fact Willi
Arrival of Clcgg From
BUSY AT WORK AT
Scries of Woncleiful Experi
ments With Vaccine In
Progross-r-Rcsults Not Ex
pected for Months.
That tliu bacilli of leprosy lu the
Philippine Islands ami tliu Hawaiian
Inlands Is tho s.imo. Is tho liiixi taut
fact ujjeady established at tho lcji
rosy fiivcHtlMtlon station since (lie
anlval of Moses T. Clcgg, tho noted
expert who has recently como from
.Manila to; Join Dr. Donald H. Currlo
In his work" heio Mr. Clcgg brought
fomo cultures of tho leprosy .bacilli
fioni Manila and when compared with
the- cultmoilniiih) by Dr. Currlo tho
two vvijo found in bo Identical. To
the niikort 0)0 they appear alike, arid
under (do mhtroscopoitho similarity ts
even more marked.
This, established fact Is Important
bocmiso it argues the slmllallty of tho
disease all over tho world, Indicat
ing to tho medical mind that tlio vac-
rlno treatment being worked out In
Hawaii, will. If successful here, ho
successful niiywhcro ilse. This
moans that If Dr. Currlo and Mr. Clcgg
successfully troat leprosy (rases fn
the Islands, they havo discovered and
developed n method of proccduro that
will euro lopiosy anywhere
That this Ib looking pretty far Into
tho futiiro tho experts themselves ato
tho first to admit. Thoy aro now en
gaged In carfjlng on somo wonderful
experiments with tlio vacrlno. hut It
will bo months beforo they can an
nounce dcHnlto results.
Preparations for olltlKiriitlng tho
scope of tho work nro going acllvcl
forward. Mr. Clcgg wusted no time In
getting busy after his arrival, He lu
already deep In his experiments.
The citato of Andrew Kitller, do
ceiibed, which has Just boon apprais
ed by O II, Cooke, M. T. Hlmontoj
nnd V. II. Damon, Is given a total
( viitinilliin of ir,7.15K.70. hut 20 nor
cent, is taken off tlio value, of tho
stocks enumerated, thus bringing' tho
not valuo of tho cstato loft by the
deccai-ed down to $t7,410.r.7.
Blocks and bonds enumerated
amount to sr0, 230. fill, and of this
total amount nineteen shares of Mat
ton Xavigutlon Company, valued at,
MOOO, (Oiupilso tho 'only holdings
In tprpointloiiB outside ho Territory.
The giealeBt valuo of liny ono
amount nf stork In. tho cstato Is that
of shtj-tyvo shares of Hank of Hu
.... ,.-.' ... .,. .,,.
wan, vaiueo,ai i,-iu.
On in count nt the fluctuation of
htoiks lu tho local mnrkot, 20 of
thefiire valuo was written oil, wlilli
amounted to u little uiuro than
$10,000. v f
BAN I'UA.N'CISCO. Oct. in
Meets: 8M- analysis, 9s. 3d.: parity,
3.9.1c. Previous quotation, 9s,
Tho lowly map-box was called Into
usp today bv tho Democratic for a
noontime political meeting at tliu cor
ner of King unci nethd streets. Al
beit Kuuv.o acted ns chairman.
Inventorv or the es'nto nf thn lain
Pinuk It Ilanej was filed today b
Trent Tinst Company. Tho Inventon
shows considerable real nnd personal
piopcrt) and lliltly head of livestock.
700 MILES IN
(PpMl.il 11 u IK' II ii dlitv.)
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. Iff. The
Islcdc of France is the flrft balloon
to come to earth in the crcnt tontr-
i distance race that was started here
jycsicraay, uncicr inc auspices ot mc
JAcro Club' of St. Louis. The Islcdc
I descended today at Ontan'o, a dis
unite nf 700 iile from the stjirtfni
(Af-DunHatctt I'niiD Cablu.)
PLYMOUTH, Eng., Oct. 10. King!
Manuel, deposed monarch of FortU'
gal, accompanied by the queen moth
er, Amelic. arrived here today on the
British royal yacht. They make no
definite plans public, but as they are
railed permanently from .their own
country, it is probablo their future
home will be somewhere on the con
tinent. The king and queen show the
effect of their experiences in Lisbon.
where they were pursued by soldiery
AT NEW YORK
(AsiuK-liitfd I'm Cutitc)
NIJW VOIIK, Oct. IP, U'ollmnn
with hia fla (onipaiflotm, who at
tempted to crobs tha Atlantic In a
balloon and who wcro picked up by
tho steamer Trent after abandoning
tho balloon, wore landed horo today.
Wellman makes tho statement that
ho will try It again.
First District Shows All Other
Hawaiian voters lead by u big ma
Joity In the elcetorato of the Fifth
Ilcprcsc'utalivo District, according' to
llgurus compiled from tho' HiW(l"of
Iteglstrallont books. Tbetlijures aro
as follows: j'. , .
I'rca't. Haw. Pt.llu'w. WhtM'nr. Ch.Jap.
i ,.V.. 04 32 V 11 1 8 0
2 j. fcO 19 'Vr' t 110
3 .... 70 7 3 ' &' fi 0
4 ..'. . 99 20 2.1 10 0 0
5 .... 125 21 IS 49 1 0
G .... ill 1.1 8 8 10
7 .... 32 9 33 ', 20 ? 1 0
8 .... Ill 30 CS ''40 8 0
9 .... 300 71 47 4.1 10 1
10 .... 114 01 .MCMS 2 0
tl .... 2(ir B9 r.!iv21 31 2'
12 . e. . v75 13 2 111 2 'o
13 ..i.-. Iftl 49 US 31 C p
14 .'..'. ?T1 81 80 20 PI 0
15 .... 122 30' 41 2 r.S 0
1G .... 2 3 30 1 0 11
17 .... 81 15 3. 2 0 V
fill I 554 K39 205 223 4
Motion to njtash Ihn writ of halrns
rorpns brought by Kanuanio Wallioo
lor mo disomy in uer Kraaiisou ,mi
Nanu hcbl by Ids fitlher. wns nllowed
today by .ludgo Hoy 11011 and
tliild stu.vs wljh ItL-'paivut.
linss M.MeCandti'SH can't enrrv nnll-
tics Into tho leper settlement at Molo-.of
This Is Iho final answer of tho Hoard
of Health, ahd It Is distinctly uusatls-
fling to tho Democratic campaign
malingers who saw a chance for Utile,
to slip ono over on tho other candt-l
'dates by making n trip to tho lepor.tho hcltloiueiit In any way he, could;
settlement Just beforo election. As It nnd cstordu, before leaving on ary
Is, tho settlement will havo to get other Island campaign Umr, Issued otv
along without the pretence of tba dors to bis ready nontenant. T.'Il. IljrJ
Democratic boss. 'an, to bcciiio n sieclnl icrmlt from
McCandless refused to regard tho tho Hoard' ur Health, This permit Iia3
agreement entered Into by the Itepiib-i been refusal, the Hoard l of Ilea I til
llcatis and Homo ilulcm. Iloth iirthoso'sendlng word to Jbo Ijomolhitlc'catffj
parties wcro willing to slay away fiom lulgn management that thero ts no(hj
tho leper settlement, owfng' to (ho lug iliiltit; for McCandlcss, even It ho
fact that speakers In ptovlotis cant- Is ti Ikiss. 'fl
UP FOR ADVICE ON LEGALITY
Jlo n MeCandlcHS iiin't carry poll-
fooilstun . from co.ntamlnallon by
IIIpb mid other Insects." Is tho tltlo
c f l new rules which will fiirco
pic i Ion pimps nil over tho city to
serien Hielr food from Mies. Tho
lough draft of tho lji (lliianco has been
(ompleteil by Dr. Ilruco McV, Mac
kail, city ph)siclan, nnd will now
lie sent lo tho loiinty utlorney for
legal advlco ns to tho possibility of
conviction In case of violation.
The ordinance Is nn exceedingly
stringent one, but at tlio same tlmo
It Ib ii vigorous effort to cnfnrco
health measures. It will affect every
shop, largo nnd small, that sells
foodstuffs of ifny description.
Food Classified. .
I'lve classes of food nro mention
cd, as follows, under Section 2:.t'
(a) 'All meats, fish, birds, gatuo
and poultry, not Including anything
(b) All dried fruits nnd vegota
hies, nil fruits and vegetables which
aro not told whole, nnd all com
pounds, essences, extracts and sub
J. W. Short In Charge of cus
toms Inspectors Follow- -inn
Two mora members of tho custofn
luiutu. fufra mo expected to loso lAvir
Jubs ns the result of further Investi
gations into tlio alleged crap-shoot-lug
that has been going on. It Is
reported that tho Information us tu
(ho crap games was given out by u
Janitor ut the custom house.
Jnhn V. Short Iiiib been toinporar
l'Apf.iced In chargo of tho Inspectors.'
dlvlsliui at the loral customs house.,
ponding tho appointment ot an '-olll,
(cr for tho position vscated by tlio
resignation of P. 11. ltnvon. ,
Collector Btackahle stated this
morning that he si 111 had under nil
virulent tho matter of appointing
now men to posltlnns'varntod by. Ha-
vpii. Jucobson. Ilovvers and Noycs. At'
noon louay no bcicciiuu nau uccu uu
iuIkiis have nronilseil tho liilitilillnntfl
tlioctt)''inont anything they'Vnntj
viU A good dealt)! trouble lias'bcfln
stirred up by thrso methods, ahd tha
Hoard of Health during the present
campaign asked tho politicians til
sheer clear of Molokai.
McCnmlK'sS was eager to break lnl
IS.DRAFTED AND SENT-
stances dcrlvt'l In part or In wbola
from fruits, vegetables, tiuta anil'
roots, or, from uiio or more (jt "!&
sources. ' v ' I
(c) All of ho fruits, vegetables'
nud products of laud or sen called
and known by tho names and dcscrlp4
lions hero following, viz.: ApplciS
apricots, urtlehokes, berries of alt
kinds, cabbage, caullllower, celery
unciricn, ciu uiiiiHTS, uuies, UK".!
grapes, Icttuie, Hum, mangoes,
ohla (mouutatn -upple), onlonsj
oranges, peaches, pears, pepper3
pliims,'- rtullshcs, "tomatpe, turn I pa
and other plants Fold for food which!
do not havo their surfaces removed!)
Il.fli.n n'a.l,, -'
(d) lluttcr, ciiceto and
(0) Dreads, cak'es, candles, lea,
cream nnd other bakery or confec
Tho clauso relating to covering thfl
"All food or foodstuffs slrnll he pro,
tocicd from LOiitnct of, unit contain
(Continued on Pace 5)
-- - - . '- A
elded upon by tho collector.
Mr. Short Is nt present connected
U'ltli t tin svitutfittifi inrulln 111 llin
' t HI VHW VIIBV11IIIU OVI IU ! fctlXJ V,
paclty of chief clerk. It Is undor
Hood that those liieu now In tha ser-j
vlio with the day uud night forco
of Inspectors who have served that
department In n faithful and sattf.'
factory manner will havo thoxall for,
Iiiils 11. Itcoves, u nlriht Inspect
or. has been nimoltitcd In .thn dnv
r i.i.i.. ..... "... ...'... u-..v;
iitv, .tiiviii iiiv puicv VIICUll'U 11'
(1. A. Dowers. '
Two now men haio been sclcctod
from tho ellglhlo Civil Bcrvlco list
for npimltitiuent tu tho l'cderal
II. II. Wllllmus nnd Joseph Kfl
Cud.itt have been noUlled that theyl
utor eligible to appointment, ami?
should tio a'cppt tho positions thcjr$
will bu uFslgueil In the night forcaj
Other nppnliitmonts may follow,
Crap Game Cause of Shake-Up.
A lusty anil wcll-pntruulzed crap J
gatno Is assigned us (ho cause of the
wholesale resignations coming from,-
(jldtlmo omplojcs of tho customs sor-
vice. II Is only duo to Haven nnd
.InroljBon to stnta, that they wcro '
not Involved In ih&fjulct little gnmajl
that Is deelnrpil fii havo been
lied on within the premises occu
; (Continued on race 3)
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