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Hlorrn October 211
For S.111 Fiauciico:
tjluna November 2
Mukura November r.
Mamma November 8
Whenever you ecc a successful and
important lc'cal busmen you wily
And that firm's advertisement in the
Advertising causes the blood ofjttade to tingle
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 47J9.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEIUUTJRY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1010. 10 PAO
. m .'
On The Island
More Details Of Political Secret
Societies Told To
" Dig Up "
There arc no secret Democratic societies B. 6.
RIVENBURGH, retiring manacjer of the county Demo
Talk of these secret sooictics is funny. The B u 1 1 c
t i n gave us the first news wo had heard about them.
COL C. J. MCCARTHY, manager of the County Dem
There were secret societies organized in every pre
cinct on th6 island. In thclast two years a hundred
have been formed. They reported constantly to Dem
ocratic headquarters. I know, because I have been
president of one and have been in the plan from the be
ginning JAMES STUPPLEBEEN, Ninth Precinct,-Fifth
.lames Sthppleheeli, n icslilont en'
tl.o Ninth Pro Inct of tlio Fifth Di
trlcl, a wall Known politic:! work
er, president of ono of tho Demo-L-iiitlc
M-cri't societies, this mo. Mrs
i;.ii to tlio Hill lot I n a detailed
ttnry of the organization of thaw,
societies nil (nor I lie Island of O.thu
Ills story la n revelation of po It
leal cunning. It la n complete, ex-
pno of n Histem of i.ii ty ingMilza
t Inn that Iiiih bu'ioucd deep Into
public nnd private business tin oi'Kli
iiut tlio loiilily, mill whli li lesnlleil
In ;t machine that would have licen
the im.rft powerful oer Known In
tlio Tcriltnry If It rnuhl hnvo boon
iiiiitrolleil by one iniin or ono party,
lint tlio Breed of u patty tlio Dem
ocratic p.Vrty was the ory thins
that holpcd In kiiiiisIi the sjstom.
Ill tin. Tn n nf fiieta ti till lli-ninu!
published day licfiue estori!uy anil
yesterday, Dumociatlo maiuigcis thlH
nininhifv declared llntly that these
Ktupploboon told about the organ
lallon of the first clubs two years
ngo. lie hlim.elf v.-.-ir the mgniilzcr
of the first society.
"I gut tho Idea then of Unking n
chain of those societies and having
them nil Fiihordlnnto to tho main
party organization," ho said. "Wo
called them precln t clubs, and their
organization was Kept Eccret just as
far as wo could do It.
"In order to got ns many cluba !
ns possible, It was decided thnt ten
men would bo oiiougn tn start ono.
LEADER OF SECRET SOCIETY
TELLS OF DEMOCRATIC PLAN
TO GET POLITICAL CONTROL
Hundreds of voters, gathered nt n
llepiibllcnn rally lust night 'on lwl
lel mad, beard Jnmes Htupplcbcou,
who Is Vmplojeil by H. Ilackfcld &
Co., repudlato tho Democrats, confess
that ho bad been u member of ono of
thn secret political societies founded
by Democratic politicians, nud ended by
declining thnt ho intends to volo tho
Htrnlght Hepubllcun ticket bocnimo tho
Democrats are false lenders.
Kttlpplebeen'8 speech was easily tho
Or tit in o of tho evening, although It wns
baldly more than flwt mliiutuH In
length. Hut ho levelled something of
the winkings of tho secret Koclntlen
nnd showed how tbu ineiubeiii had
kccret political societies, do not oxlst.
Tliny will iiiobablv continue to de
clain It.. Hut hem me tome of tlio
things, thnt Btttpplebeen says:
That nt lc.iet n hundred clubs have
been organized on the Island of O.ihu
and most of them weio In existence
up to n few dajs ngo.
That It was the aim of tho Demo
crills to get Ilo clubs in every pre
olnit mid i nut ml them nil through
tho count) committee.
That the clubs were orgniil7oil on
n Benil-Bi) la t. seml-polltlonl bails, but
that the Democrats tiled to use them
too ruthlessly for political purprsos.
That the lulu woie promlnel nil
ftom tho county organization In, or
dei to belli1 meet tho oxponses ot
their foclnl sessions.
Thnt tills nld was not forthtom
111)!. On the -contrary, the i nnipal;;:i
management itemniidcd trlbutn from
tho precinct societies. Thto trlbuto
wnu not given; nt least, In ,i r.njoilty
In some precincts tbero nro half n
iloznn or mine.
"I bae been president ot the club
whose territory In on Dowsctt Inno,
from r.ilnma Settlement to Itobollu
lime. Wii met once n week. In or
dor to hold the men together, wo
had social sessions, with playing. of
cards mid refreshments,
"Tho so lottos spreud very rnpld-
ly. Wo began to get them In ovory
precinct of both Fifth and Fourth
districts. Unch society wns suppos-
Continued on Pact 4.
been led nstrny by unscrupulnus Democratic-
What Stiipplebeen told tho crowd
wns it complete corroboration of the
details of tho secret society scheme
ns exposed In tho Ilullotin for tho
past two dnys Stupplchccn Is n resi
dent of the ninth precinct of thn
foui Ih district, Is closely In touch
with labor mallets of thn city In thn
course of his duties, and now ilecliuen
Hint the secret societies mo tho worst
form of political organization, which
In exactly what tho 11 ill let In ban
Ho stinted out by buying '(hat ho
(Continued on Page G)
(Anneel.itiit ri-.j Pablo )
MANILA. P. I., Oct. 20. An out
Licak of Mnnobbi. a mountain tribe
in the hills of Mindanao, has result
ed in the massacre of several plant
en and a raid into the Davao dis
tt.it. Trcop? have been despatched
, tc hunt out the' Monobos and -drive
, them back into the hills.
I Tin- Mnnnhns nro a trlho of moun
tain pniple dwelling in the fast
iiciFPE of Mliiilannn, the Largest nud
liUKt southerly Islam! or the I'hlllp
From tltno to time thoy hnve boon
brought to tlio plantations for work
mil It Is likely that this outbreak
bnB something to do with u real or
fancied grlevnnce that mime trlb'e hns
tiKiltiRt the white planters.
Davno Is one of the Heboid, It not
the richest, hemp-raising dlstrl tx of
the rhlllpplnes. mill In settled by r.
luunber of Amei lean's who hnvnstnrt
ed hemp mid cocoa nut plnntatliiim
Davno is gnnlsoned by coustnbii
larj tuid ncoiits, nud In addition to
there troops It In likely Unit regit
Inrs have been brought from Zamho
..ngn to nld In tlio pursuit.
NEGRO WILL BE
(AHKoelatcil ,M'KB P.ilit )
WASHINC.TON. D. C. Oct. 2C.
Willi im II. Lewis, a colored attor
ney, will bo appointed ifslstnnt '
torncy general of the Flitted Stntcs,
nc mdlng to news tint was given nut
fioiu nuthoritntlvn sourrci horn to
d.ij. Lewis' appilntiiieiit Ins been
under consideration for sonin time.
(Ktu-clnl II nt let In Cable 1
ALDIIItSIIOT, Dug., Oct. 20. The
English inllltnry dlrli;lble halloo'-i
arrived hei'o tod.iv, h,ilng llown
fmm .Molsson, I'rnnce, ncroes tbu
HIM TO HIS DEATH
(Hin-cl.it II ll LI 1 1 n Cihip.)
I'AUIS, Oct. . Aviator Ulan
chard was Killed today in n fall from
tho ncniplnne In which hn was cir
cling through the air. His machl'io
becanifl suddenly iinnianase.'ble.
KNOX AND MACVEAGH
f Axxficlfitcil PriH Onlilo.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. O t. Ifi.
Beeietiiiles Knox nnd MucVengh han
departed for Ohio, where limy will
speak In tho .Itepubllcmi campaign
now- going oh In that State. I
SAN FUA.NTISCO, Oct. 215.
Heels: SK analysis, 8s, 101.; par
ity, 3. Sic. FicvlniHi quotation, &.
I0 1-2d. I
Argument J if tho' contempt pro-
Ceedlngs brought ngalnst Honry
Clark, whli h wns bcbeduled for this
'afternoon nt 2 n'cln-k, before Judgo
.Cooper, hns been postponed till Sat
in day. This postponement Is on nc
count of the fnct that Attornoy(
Frank Thompson, who rcprefents
Clark. Is tlllt on Mnui on pinfesslou
ul business. I
The rnso of Mlsakl ngnltiBt tho
Honolulu I tn piil Transit Company,
for $.riU00. will go to Hie Jury tomor
row morning Testimony In thn enso
i was concluded this noon, nnd the it
toinevi will aiblieis tho Jmy tonior
low at X-.'iO.
.J JmUiiit 'i ikiili.Utlit,- . ,jbwiL. ni Wm 4
OF OLD DAYS REVIVED
Deputy Attorney General Gets
TAKE EFFECT SOON
To Assume Duties of Position
on Rotiini From Tenitorial
Business In Maui Highly
Deputy ' Attorney-dciioral W. II.
Ljiner has been appointed by chief
Justice Ilnrtwell district maglstrato
of Honolulu, the appointment becom
ing effective when Mr. Lmcr ro
tiiuis from Maul, whero ho Is repre
senting tho Terrltorj In mi ujectnient
Tho announcement of Lymcr'B np
potutmoiiUwns ruado tidny, and enmo
us it surptlsu to the public, ns ho
hnd not generally been thought of In
toiinectlon with the vacancy In tho
In speaking of the appointment to
day, Chief Jimtlco Ilartwell gald;
"I consider tho position of dla
trlit maglstrato of Honolulu one ot
the most Important positions In tlio
Territory. It Is there not niitv thnt
ordinary iiilKileiiicnnorhHeqiilre to i
iiisposeu oi consiuernieiy and yet
Ilrml), hut that tho propriety of im
pin taut criminal prosecutions Initi
ated there Is determined. For many
rensoiu n man of excellent fciiso,
without pretense of knowing law,
like Luther Wilcox, mluhl lie cAlleil
an Ideal man for tho position, but
we nil "know thnt Mr. Wilcox hnu
left no cnuntcrpnit, nt any rate, who
Is available. I hnvo cicat confidence.
lint Mr. Lymor will show that In
(Continued on Face G)
Governor Frear Starts Work
On New Home of the
With the turning of tho first
spadeful of earth by Governor Frear,
In a board enclosure provided for
him mid tho olllcers of tho associa
tion, the coiistriti Hon of tho new V.
M. C. A. building wu9 olllclally
begun this afternoon.
The opening ceremony preparatory
to tho lomineniement of tbu wot):
on the new Y. M. C. A. building
began at '1 o'clock this nftoruoou, In
the present n of n largo number of
Judgo S. II, Dole, ono of tho oldest
nienibeis of the local Y. M, 0. A., J
waB present. President H, if. Trout
of the usMK'Intlnu and thn other olll
cers of the association, together with
many who ato interested in the work
of tho association, wcro nlso prefcent.
The new building, costing J 1112,-
nnn, will ho erected on tho corner of
Hotel nnd Alnkea streets. This lo-l
callty was fnrmcrl) occupied by the
Honolulu I.lbrniy building, which1
wiiB torn down bv tho JnpnucBe Hal-1
lasting Company In June ot this
LINER LURLINE TO
(HpKlllt 1 1 11 I 1 . I 111 fable
RAN FltA.STIPCO, Oct. 2fi. The
steamer Wllhelmlu.i of thn Malsonl
line, which left S.m Francisco today,)
wus foroil to leave behind on the
wharf a great deal or finlght whtchi
him was unable, lo (airy. J
The eteinier Lui'llnn's sailing has
been advanced a week. Shu will
lenvo about November 'i.
f AnriclapHl I'rms -Ciitile )
TOUT AD 1'IMXCi:, Hntl, O t,
20. Tho llnllan gunboat I.lberte,
lying nt nmbor here, was suiMcnly
wrecked by mi explosion thnt alimut
toro tho vessel to pieces, Scenty
lles were lost and many others wcro
wounded. 1'rnctlcnlly tho ontlro
crew was cither Killed outright or
seriously hurt. The cnuso of tho ex.
plosion has not been ileflnltely nB-er.
tallied, hut It Is supposed tn bo duo
to defect lo boilers
OR. CRIFFEN TO
tlie'inillliil IP 1.111111',; '
LONDON, Dug., Oct. 2(1. Dr.'
Hnwley Crlppen, who was convicted,
of tho murder of his actress wife, I
Hello Dlmore, and sentenced to hnng
on November 8. will nppenl bU case
In tho hope of staving off the dentlt
t.,,i,iii..i tu i-.t.
watting for lilm. This was decided
(AncoclntPil I'rfFs Calitc )
SYDNDY. Australia, Oct. 2fi.
Hilly 1 .i pke, tho American welter
weight, today knocked out Williams,
tho champion heavvwelght of Vlclo-
la. Williams lasted only six rounds.
I'apke outclassed him In eery do.
lurtment. I'apl.e Is under contract
to Hugh Mcintosh to fight four bat
tles In AiiKtrnlln. of which this Is
w c .
, ITALY'S KIlMG GOES
Tfl QTRIPKCIM PCHPI C
.w w,j.,,i... , ui buuiir tiiui-iui iiiiiciiiui oi ino season
I AMftrwl UihI I'iim t'fthle. I
NAPLICS, Oct. 2G. King llmatittol
Is visiting tho lctlms mid sufTerois
of the recent tidal wave and storm
along tho coist ot Italy and nt tho
Island of Ischla, about twenty mllea
off the coast, where the ravages wero
exceptionally fatal and severe 1 1
The latest reports from Cetnrn nro
to the effect thnt thousands nro
homeless and urgent aid Is needed,
OF THE NET
' Know moro about tho way
opium Is coming Into the Territory
than I ever did before," said U, S.
Attorney llrvckous this morning,
"nud within n few days I am going
to laud something."
Monday night opium valued nt
$720 wits tel.ed In Chinatown by
United States officials, consisting ot
20 half pound tins, hut tho owner
of tlio dopo could not be located, al
though the men who mndo tho seiz
ure hnvo a good Idea of who ho Is.
This opium hns been added to
IliecKous' coUe-tlon of sleep-producer,
making a total value on tho sturt
lie hns nt present of over $10,000,
held for further Invefetlgntlpn.
In regard to tho alleged Informa
tion ho had of opium coming In fiom,
passenger and freight bonis from thoi
Coast, HrecKons said this morning'
that developments might como nl tiny
time nnd thoy might be postponed
for two weeks.
It Is understood, however, thnt
llreckons bus tho net so closo thnt
he can draw the ctrlngs but a little
H..I.,... ...! 1.. ...Ill I It.. ...I
IIKIIIIll HUH IM' Will II1IVH IIIU WHIllt'll
names lii 1.1 ilntelioK mi.i furl.... i be,
Arter v ireful exnmluatlnn of sumo
of tho milk otTered for flalo'ln Wash
ington, lleallli Olllcer Woodward an
nounces Unit It contains 3'.,000,000
gel ins to tho tenspoonful,
.. . .
Heirs Will Seek Long Delayed
Legnlees now living In the Tv-rrl-lory
of Hawaii ami In the city of
Honolulu niny it share In n higo
sum of monies width still I!o undls
t in bed In the treasury vaults nt Wash
ington us nu imdlsltitiiittM inrtlon of
tho fumniiM Alabama claims collected
from (Jtent Urltnln for dtiinngo to
I'nlled Htntes shipping by Contordnr
ato citiliis, among them being tho
Alabama. Florida. (Iwislit and Shen
nndoali, nil built nnd eipilpped In DrI
llsli waters diirini; tli Clli war.
Steps are now being tnken by Inter
ested heirs lowiird n-curlng thoshnr.
of the fund which l lUvlarcd should
ilKhtfully come intif tho imsscssloii
of those owners of tbf Hawaiian whal
er Hnrveslur one of-thirteen (r four
CONSUL OYENO PLANS GREAT
RECEPTION TO COMMEMORATE
BIRTHDAY OF HIS EMPEROR
This enr's reception In commemor-
ntlmi tho bliihday nnnlvcrsary of
jIIIh Imperial Japanese Majesty. Km -
i pemr Mutsiililto, to he ghcu nt thn
:'U' " ' rr. ""IK 1"",l- "" ",0 "'b'11!
. ilf Yii nmli V III l.n ll .i ..l.l.
'. , -' l
..- .....iv.um.-ii ii, ioi.il jnpnnoso.
I uiiiiur mo imperial jnpaueso em-
Idem of gold' li crjsaiitheniuni, tho In-,
slgnla of the Imperial Hoiuchold,
. which Is
(.-..nu i,j i-u-iy immune
i i... . ........I
Jnpatiese. Consul fleneral Kenlchl l'yo -
.,.. ji-,.1.1.,.; ,n,i.(1 luiiiin inuii inviin-
iiuiih uiu nicui pisipie
, "' "-' " "'I "" iiicoiivcnicnco
III lllll Irtllllllll i.n.i.i r.t ...1 1(1 . .
" h """" '" """" '" ""
. FOR TONIGHT
Two big Ki-pulild im mcoilngs will
bo held tonight -ono clout In the.
city, tho other nt Wutertuwn.
, Tho Thlid and Fourth precincts
of tho Fourth Dlstilct will unite in
a meeting scheduled to begin nt 7:30
o'cIik-I; nt Wilder nnd Funuhnu
ktreet. r A -ll ...
.-.., . ... .,,,,,.. ,'V.IVIUI
of tho Fourth 1'ieclnct club, has tho
matter in hand and Is hustling out :t
big attendance. K, Faxon lllshop
will bo ono of tho speakers.
Tho Wateitown meeting will bo
one ot tho best out-of town i-csslops
of tho campaign. Tho party candi
dates nnd Bpo.iKeis will ba dlvldoil
between tho two.
Democratic meetings fur tonight
ure nt Kumullliu and on Mokaucu
, . , , , ., 1
I EDWARD CENETT- I have been S
cause of Link McCandless' nlatform.
, . ,. .... . .
crat ,n thl' mpal0n. It I) detrimental
m,n nl Ujhnm m. ah. Tk. ..,il..t..,i , , . , . . ..,
....... H, ..,,wll, , M,,, w,,., , ,,c uiiii-iiniiiiyraiian pianK is nan lop riawalt A
prosperity. The Republican ticket li bstt for business; It It bett for our
wives' nnd children. I am alnQ to vote it straight from top to bottom.
SYLVESTER AKANA-I am rjolno to vote the stralflht Republican ticket,
although in previous campaigns I have .been a Democrat. Republican sue-
cesi means work tor the laboring man
.mL. .a ,.y..i. '?..
l"eii slmllnr eoulptied vessels HiTTl
during the early fifties nnd slxtlol
piled tlio seas nnd mndo Honolui
Hi ir b.iso of supplies during n perloi
when not engaged In oxtenslvo -vlufl!
lug operatlona n( tho four quarters of
tho globo. j
Tho Harvester ns a whalerwas welt
known to n number of old timers nuj
llNlng nt Honolulu.
At a tlmo when tho Hurvesler was
in hiV prime and u prominent factor
In tho whaling of tho flo seas, llS
wnllnn capital flgureil c.iiHplciiously lif
her ownership. Tho crs01 wns tlio
pioperly that In those; daya Includmt
the Hackfeld, Btlllman and Dowsett'
(Continned on Pace 4 i
Iaille prominent In society nffnlrn
Consul n. neml rvn i,n. .... i
, tho llflh Itixir of tho Young Hotel, ox-
cliislvo oQ the dining room
The two pavilions will bo
- - ...
,J """mnatcsl witn colored lights. Tho"
uccoratlons will bo beautifully nrrang
e. over tho cilllng nnd mound the,
Tho roof garden whero tho guestflj
will mtliglo niter thev lmvn been nr.t.i
SCIlILlI to till nlllelnl r,,ni...unlll....1
..... : - - .--
(of tho Mikado, Consul (lenornl tfyennj
nun .Mimiral Yarhlro, will bo tranv
formed lutrrn brllllnnt scene.
- uwing to tlio nrrlvnl ot tho Japan-
(Continued on Pace 3)
iH.-iii ll n 1 1 tin (Yrnsimnitennv)
W ILUKF. Oct. 25 Delegate-
I'luue Kalnnlnnao o will bo In Wnl.
lukti irmu Honolulu this ovptilng on
ins way to Hnna district. Ho will boffl
at Huporlsor and MrB. W. F I'ouiio'b ,
plnoo at Kallua this iivenliig. DolcgatoS
.'" "" l"'u ill iiima mstj
I. II1L- M,.r,wllnD ...!.- -.
lllilll hi. O...I ... I-....
- H miiii hi. iru
anno this moinliiirll
lo laige, uudlencos. McCaudless nn.i
Lowe win nponk nt Wplehiniili bwn-
ins mid tomoriow tln-y will le.tvo for."
Jloloknl. vtihcrliT C. Crowcll. County
Attorney D. H. Cnso uc'companleil by
Judgo .!. W. Kulua rtiiriud from
llnita nnd Kcanno this afternoon by
uie i-iauuino, Thoy nil r port good
nieetlngs pud Kind treatment I'lillln
run. Kuliliiol. X F Tavures, K.
waialioin, ti Fimko nnd Chns. Mu'
iCnntinned on Pace 4)
Democrat fnr thn l.s.i in u.5, n.
I found it Imnos.lhu in h. -, n..
to the Interests of Uie lonnsho
on the docks, where I work.
,tin,'i.ji"V iXtkJM't. ,JmAmti