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lO PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRIT3KY.OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, lOlOyil) PAGES
MICE 5 CENTS. V
FORMER CUSTOMS INSPECTOR ARRESTED
Play The Bully
Threaten To "Do Up" Man Who
Told Of Democratic Secret
'Threatened with bodily Injury nliil
hounded by inoiubeis i)t tlio poll u
fm ce beisiuso lie Ii:ih dared to glvo
out tho details uf the Democrat lo so-
' rret political societies, James Stup
plcbccn last nlElit narrowly escapod
brine the victim of Ilia Dcmocratl'j
machine built up under Sheriff Jar
Ktt at the police station.
Slupplclicoii'a troubles began not
long after the II nil ot In npppar-,
id on the street with his revelatloiu
of the Inside workings of the secret
noddles which tho Democrat!) hare
built up In tho past two jenm iiml
r.re using now without scruple for
campaign purposes. Stupplcliecn not
only outlined thp secret club Bcueine,
but gavo name? and faita, and P9
.Sj'caitHOiUo. biuuliriikpn.nway fiom tho
ptutters ami helped to expose them,
"lie la now n maikcil man.
I.cd by Captnln David I.. Knknlea.
iibu of tho pollen ilcparluiPiit, a
hunch of policemen met Stupplpbeen
as he waa on his way homo Ia3t
night, after ho had finished his day's
work at II. Hnckfcld & Co.'a. Knha.
leaahu waa half drunk, says Stut
plcbeeii, and began nbtislnr; him
In tho vilest of languago. Stupple
Iipcii went on his way on King street
BIG BUSINESS MEN
HEAR E. FAXON
lluslncss men of Honolulu gathered
by the, scout last nlRht at u Ropubll
can' tally of tho Tblid and Fourth
Picclucts, Fourth District, hold at
Wilder avenuo nnd I'linahou street. It
win" an excursion right Into tho heart
of the resldcnco section of local Inilus
tilal leaders, uud n bis crowd, lots of
enthusiasm mid lieatty endorsement
of tho slralRht Itepubllcan llcltot wore
the features. ,
II. Faxon lllshop signalled his np
pfuraucn In tho present political bat
Sheriff Jarrctt's Instructions to all
his polleo olllrmn are, that In making
.any air'ent. liny aio to uxo no more
Imco than Is ulMolutoly necessary, and
Hint If anyone of them strike u prison
er, they will bo discharged fiqm tho
"Wo hao n stilct rule," rcmatkod
Deputy Huso tills morning, "uud that
la that no olllcer shall strlko a pris
oner. Several polleo officers Imvo been
discharged fiom tho strvico for that
very reason. I havo hoard tho stoilea
of tho tiiiatlcH who captured Harry
Unison last night, nnd I hnvo albO
lie.ud tho Btmy of officer Nnhtlga who
was nn (ho tpot vi'iy boon nftor. The
facta of tho caao aiu that lleusou was
not manhandled, ami lint tho two ruts
on .his faro wern caused when ho tan
into a lantern Hint waa held by n third
(runty wlio ran up when he henrd the
Hiiniia mid nolso."
Ono of tho truatles waa bi'oii with
legatds lo tho mailer; lie stated that
he, In company with another trusty,
toward his home near Dovvsptt lane,
hut the poll i'Iiicii followed htm.
"W'o'll do nu up, you traltur,"
Ehoutcd the nollcc captain, uridine
foul language to hla threats. "We'll I
get smi, and Ret you good."
Stupp'.cbctn tried to shako tho
bunch by entering a saloon, but they
followed htm nnd tho burly police
otlUer miririenly started to strike him.
Two or three hystnudera Rot In tho
way (mil kept the policeman (loin
When he went out of tho saloon
tlipy atlU followed him, waiting for n
favor;, ble opportunity In mako Rood
their threats to "do him up." All
the 1 1 mo Captain Knhaleaahu kept
up n Ktreim of oatha, sweating that
Stupp'ebeon would never hnve -nn-olher
opportunity to tell what he
knew of tho fceernt political ao'letles.
The police captain Is a member of
tho simn aecret society to which
Stupplchcen belniiRod and ot which
Stupplobeen waa at one tlmo preal
dent. This society was In tho Ninth
Prerlnt of tho First I):strlct.
livery olio of tho policemen who
followed Stupplebeen last nlRht and
trlri to lutlmldato him Is also n
Mnntinned on Pnee 2)
tle by ono of tho soundest nnd clearest
ariiliesHCS ot tho campulRti. lie dealt
with Issues In a forceful, convincing
manner nnd ended with a stinging
characterl7ntlon ot I loss McCamllcss
nnd hla inethoda.
Mrr" lllahop declared that McCand
less bus proved himself an enemy of
all tho Territory.
"This lenltory haa n chief Industry,
whoso Importance is so great that It
affects tho livelihood of every man,
woman nnd child of Hawaii," said Mr.
Ilishop. "1 tako it when u man
(Continued on Face IN
wero searching mound tho waterfront
when n Por.uguoso boy nnmori Antono
Palosco, told them that ho had seen!
it lllilll Vllllll, till 1,'f.llll IIIU IUIIJI MIIIHK
side of Allen mill Itobtnsnn's lumber
ynrri. Thn tiuslles wept on board and,
after n long soareh dlscntorcd tho
wnntcil man wrapped up In somo can
vas. Tho prisoner was nnwound out of
tho canvas and ho fell to the, deck;
one of tho (rustles grabbed hla hands
nnd thou yelled out to Nohrlga that
ho had tho man. Thero waa n stop to
get down nnd tho trusties told Heli
um to Jump down; he refused to do
so and waa shoved. Just na ho lit
on hla feet on tho deck below, u
.third man came running along with a
lighted lantern held In front of him,
nnd Ilcnsou crushed Into It.
Officer Nobilgii condrms this story,
nnd adds that on tho way to tho jhi
llco station. Henson attempted to run
awny. Tho police officer denies that
nniouo dollberatoly struck llPiison
with tho lantern, and nays that It was
all an accident.
Ilensnn appeared hefnro Judg'
Tlmyi'f this inmiiliiR and, after being
told that once a man la sentenced !
Impilsonmcnt he should mako up his.
mind to fiiip hla lllii", was given mi
extra thieo months Jail,
It wns detective Kellett wht) llrst
SORT TO THREATS
. .v. - . .. . . J.
BERLIN. Oct. 27. It wns report
cd here today that revolution has
bitkeu tut nt Athens and thai King
ucoigc will be driven frcm the
thu.-'e. Correspondents of Berlin pi
pew in Greece' have sent the news.
Greece his been in a chaotic state
'politically for some time. The king
has dissolved the national assembly,
and the cabinet has resigned, owing
to dissatisfaction, t is said, with the
conduct" of affairswith Turkey.
TEDDY WORKS ON
(Special Ilu I let In dlilo.)
UTIOA. N Y.. Oct. 27. Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt la fifty-two ycara
old today, nnd hfi devoted his flfty-
fco unit iiittnuny to making campaign
epeothe. Fifty -two jears ago today
In New Yoik city the future Presi
dent was born.
TACOMA CENSUS IS
(AnUM'Intill I'imi Cnlilp.)
WASIIINHTON. I). C, Oct. 27.
Tho census bureau twlnv- ordered that
tlc recent census of the city of Tn
com.i, Wnsh., should ho retaken. It
Is charged that the ccnatis returns
hnvo been padded, nnd It Is stilted
that If fraud Is found, tho census
takers will be pro'ceutcd.
Romance, tinted with stern real
ity, waa In evidence this morning
both Inside and outsldo tho police
Btntlou. "Tho nurse of truo love
never runs smoothly." Is an old say
Ing, and It was pimply riemunstratei
this morning that that Is mi.
Charles l.ee Young1 la a young Iln
wnllau-boru CIiIucep, nnd he Is des
perntely ' In love with a Hawaiian
innlilen named I'eke Kalau. The at
fectloua of tho south wero reclprn
rated, nnd the girl had promised to
Then entered the stern mother-In
Inw-Pleit, nnd she sworo that her
daughter would nevor marry Young,
The mother claimed that tho youth
had 1 1 Hied with tho affections of an
elder daughter boforo ho transferred
his ndorntlon to tho beautiful I'eke.
Two days ngo tho youthful maiden
wns In some way Induced to Ro to
the police atntlott and swear out n
warrant for thu arrc3t of Young, nn
u charge of threatening to kill hor.
Tho language sworn to was: "If you
do not do what I say, I will shoot
Young wna nnestpij, and, after be
ing charged, waa allowed to depart
on nliond of SLTiO. Ho denied nt tho
locolvlug station thatho had nny In
(Continurd on Page 4"
Absoluto denial was made this aft
ernoon by C. 0. llallentyne, of tho
Rapid Transit Company, of a state
ment in tho Demu'ratlc campaign
sheet to the effect that a Rapid Tran
sit employe had been discharged for
political rcaaoiiB. "No man has over
been lot nut of tho employ- of tills
company on ac mint of political opin
ions, nor will ono ever be," says Mr.
We el ly It ii I let I n l per jiur.
S ii .! .1. ? s, fa q f Q . 4
mvf .neuaon last night: Kollett ban
pustoa lo ho seat' it on his lannl at
homo when thu wanted man walked
papa. The alaim was cent out and It
WIlh (iiilckly dlscovoied that Ilenaon
was on Iho waterfiont,
Contractors .Who Objected to
, Railroad's Bid Change
Prutrsts fllcii by tho I.ord-Ytnini;
Knglnecrliig Company ntiil thp Mor
gan Drpilglug Company ngalnBt let
ting Hie contract for the Kahulul
breakwater to tho Kahulul Hallroad
Company .have been withdrawn. Let
ters of withdrawal have been sent to
Major IS. r.vcleth Wlnslow of tho
local U. S. Knglncer's office, and for
warded by him to Washington, t0 be
coiihldered with the original bid and
the letters of protest from tho two
contracting firms named. '
That tho Territory would die In
gravo danger of losing tho cntlte
appropriation for the breakwater Is
tho attitude taken hv tho fbntrac-
tnl'iy after 'n thorough dlscus'slon of
tho matter;' lloth of tho 'firms are
located hero' rfind d" '.their buslnesa
in the Terrltor, and thay do not
want to suffer from any mlsundcr
ittnndlng or squabble th.it might
como up. ' .
Tio Kahulul lire'alwatcr'" matter
cafile up a few dnys a(q iwhen tho
time came for opculngjilils!' The
only hid recelveil was from tho Kn
litilnl railroad. Smultnne.ously with
the opening, protests were received
from tho two contracting firms atat
Ihg that the road refused to quo'o
them rates on hauling rock from the
quarries and thoy wero tborefiiro un-
ulilo to hid. Tho Kahulul road's bid
(Continued on Pace 4)
"I do not know of any ronton fo
changing tho npiiolnlment of Mr. I-y-mer,"
said Chief Justlco Hfirtwell this
morning In response to nluestlon In
regard to tho talk that tho appoint
ment would bo reconsidered.
"This appointment has' been made,
nnd further I baio jet to hear of any
objection to tho personality of the ap
pointee," no conunucu.
Tho niMMilntment of I.ymer caused
n great deal of talk on tho Btreots
nnd In legal circles yesterday after
noon, and thero la n dlffcreuco of op
inion as lo the wisdom of it.
(Icnerally speaking thero seems no
objection to I.ymer personally but the
statement la made that ho Is entirely
unfitted for tho work ot n polleo mag
istrate. No ono In official circles could bo
held to an opinion nxnresscd nubllclv.
lint scleral privately stnted tbnt they
thought tho appointment far from be
Nono for a moment donled tho nbll
Ity of I.ymer as a lawyer, but thoy
seemed In think that ho was temper'
amenlnlty unfitted for tho position In
lliat ho had never neen closo to tho
p"oplo so na In havo tho human sym
palhy and know ledge of human nature
more necessary nn lio polleo bench
than any placu clso In Judicial cir
cles. Justice Ilartwell maintains that thn
appoint ment lias been madn and he
sees no leaaon foi changing It.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 27. Sug
ar: 90 degrees tost, 3.80c. Previous
quotation, n.sriTic. Meets: 88 analy
sis, 8s. 8 1-Sil. ; parity. 3.81c. Pro
vious quotation, 8s. lOd.
Verdict for tha defendant was
found this afternoon ut 3 o'clock in
tho caro of Malsaka against Hie Rapid
Transit lompnny The Japanese was
Mllnii for ir.UOO damages, hut thn do
feupo, represented by John V. Cath
nit tin 'I A. I,. Castle, won the fight.
Tht plaintiff w.ih ippir-FPnti'il by I-or-jln
AndiewH uiir A. C. Murphy.
(AswKtutril Pnm Cntil,.)
WASHINGTON. D. 0., Oct. 27.
Ccmmissioner of Imrtgration North
f.f the f!nn Vrnnei'v.'n nffirj, 1,a hi,in
suspended, ns the result of charges '
hied against nun by bucciai inspec
tor Ainsworth, who haa been examin
ing the immigration service at the
Golden Gate citv. North's office has
been under investigation for some
time, it being charged that he con
ducted affri rs loosely and that he was
not a fit man for the place.
TARIFF WILL BE
(AimoclntiMl Press Cable.)
WASHINGTON, t). C, Oct, 27.
President Tuft has Instructed the
turlff board not to consider politics
In employing experts to collect and
digest llguies on the'effeeta jif tho
present tariff nnd suggestions for fu
ture schedules. Hn declares Hint he
wants the best nilvlee In tho conn
try and that politics must cut no fig
ure In making the next schedule.
NEW SIAMESE KING
WILL BE CROWNED
(Sl-ctal 11 u 1 1 nt In Cnlile.)
IIWT.KOK. Slam. Oct. 27. Fol
lowing the death of King Chullalrii
corn of Slam, who died several dajs
ago, arrangements n'o being mario
far tho coronation of tho crown
pi hue Thn ceremonies of mrtinn
Hon wll" i-i'io place on November 11,
Willi g ' it pomp nnd ccicnony.
SCHOONER AND CREW
LOST IN HARD GALE
( Amine!!!!, il l'rin; c?iitite.)
ST .tllllVS. NV II.. Oct. 27. ThO
schooner Cnlrieii West, with n crew
of seven men, went ashore near hero
In a gale and tho seven wero Prat.
FIRE jT VICTORIA
(Aoclatd Press Cnlile.)
VICTORIA. H. C, Oct. 27. Fire
sweeping through the business spc
Hon hero last night destroyed two
fine blocks and caused a loss of a
AVIATOR IS KILLED
(AssnrlntiHl t'rrss Cable.)
ROMK. Oct. 27. I-leut. Sngllettn.
an Itnllaliiarmy olllcer, was today
killed by a fall from a military bi
plane In. which ho wns making ex
Republicans of tho Fifth District
hold the big rally tonight nt Piiuuul,
on Wylllo street, nnd It Is scheduled
for one of tho biggest of tho rani
pnlgn. Many of the Fifth District
workers wet a down at Watertown
last night, where n routing meeting,
presided over by Jimmy liuyil, wna
Tho Fourth District woikma will
rome over lo the Fifth tonight and
innke the rallv n Joint one. Next
week thero will bo rallies In both tho
Fifth ami Fourth distil ta each
Democratic i allies tonight nro at
Punchbowl and l.ut'u aticets, and ut
Two Taken On
Former Customs Inspector, Re-
cently Resigned, Is Under
The expected s6nsallon In the opium
smuggling caso came today when
FrM n. Noyea. former customs Inspec
tor, nnd n Chinese by the naino ot
Ah Pan were arrested on wnrrants
sworn lo by United States Attorney
Precknns charging them with concenl
lug opium brought to Honolulu from
China. Nnicsjrecontly resigned from
tho customs service.
Ah Pan Wns nrrested early In tho
day but It wns nearly noon when
Noyes was placed under nrrest after
having been closete,) with llrcckons
for more than two hours.
The complaint against Noyes al
leges that ho hud In Ida possession
and concealed contrary to law a rpiati
my oi opium on ucinocr , wniili was
tho, day lliiti the Ppclflc Mull tlner
Mongolia was In port from the Orient.
Pan Is chuigcri with having tho
opium In his possession two days Int
er. October J. . I
llolli men will be given a hearing
before Unite) stntes Commissioner
Davis Into t iilny or tomorrow morn
ing. in cannot be definitely learned the
quantity of opium Involved in the
transaction but It Is b'lleveil that tho
THAT NEGRO WILL BE
That President Tnft Is contemplat
ing the 'appointment ot Charles A.
Cottrlll of Toledo, 0., to bo collector
of Internal revenue in Honolulu Is
the news that caused considerable
stir In tho city last night and today.
Cottrlll is a negro polltl'-lnu well
known in Toledo, whero ho has held
tho position of chief deputy county
The executive committee of tho
Territorial ceutrnl committee, imme
diately on receipt ()f tho iiowa, sent n
cablegram of protest to tho Presi
dent, nnd pinna to follow this. If nee
etsnry, with further protests from
Tcriltorlnl oinclals and commercial
bodies. A. h. C. Atkinson, chairman
of tho committee, sent a wireless
message to Delegato Kuhlo, on Maul,
asking him to stato his position. Ku
hlo replied thla morning by vvlrclesa,
referring Mr, Atkinson to divernor
Frear, nnd stating that It It Is deem
Plans and Suggestions For
the Show Are In
A dec hied step towards the advance
incut ot Iho i:iks Carnival waa takm
last evening when tho commit ton of
fifty members got together and select
ed ton of tholr nunih'r who will soil
ously consider plans and recelvo any
and all suggestions that will make
for the succors of the big show which
Klkilom proposea to launch iiion an
muuspcctliig public next Fuhruaiy.
Colonel Jours has been appointed
S720 worth captured two nights ago
In Chinatown la the dope In question.
llrcckons s reticent nbont tho mat
ter until the hearing before) tho com
missioner lakes placo ut which tlniO
the entire facts will como out.
It Is understood that another whlto
man la Implicated in bringing opium
Into tho Territory according to In
formation In the lunula of United
States officials, and other arrests may
come nt nny time.
It la also reported that business
rivalry waa tho causo of tho downfall
of tho two men now In custody, tholr
alleged operation's hurting tho busl
ii'sa of a Chinese, who had controlled
market hero, for sonie.,,tlniP.
This Chinese suffered from tho'
bringing In" of opium by other parties,-
na It cut into tho price ho could ask
for his own stuff, nnd so lie went to
tho district attorney and told of tho
others being engaged In tho traffic
with the hopo of putting them nut of
business without danger to bipiseif, It
Further developments may ho ex
pected at any time aa tho olllclala now-
believe they nro on tho right track ot
all smuggling operations.
FOR FEDERAL OFFICE
ed wise, a Joint cablegram of pro
tCbt should hu sent at once. -
Atkinson is ntso In receipt of n
wireless from Senator Ilolstcln ot
Hawaii, national tommtteemau. Hoi
stein wires a strong protest against
the proposed appointment. - Objec
tions lo the appointment of Cottrlll
aro based on two reasons: that ho Is
a negro and that tho Territory U
amply capablo ot furnishing a man
for tho o III co.
Mr. Atkinson nnd (inventor Frear
held n conference this mornliiRon
the matter, Atkinson explaining thn
sentiment aroused by Mho proposed
appointment. No definite concluj
slon wns reached.
Tho matter Is very badly up in thu
air, us It is not qven detlnitoly known
whether tho rumored nppolntmont In
in tho Internal revenuo departme-U.
The Mist newa was to thn effect that
the appointment was to be to tho
colle tor of customs olfjce.
chairman of the cnmtnllteo with A. K.
Murphy na leniiorary secretary.
Tho sub committee hna been lusruct
od lo make a reimrt and thla will ha
ready at thp next meeting lo bo held
on Friday evening. .
A number of Ideas Incorporated In"
tho far famed Manila Carnival will
doubtless find lodgement in Iho com-,
pletcd plena for the entertainment a.i
finally decided upon by Honolulu .
i:ika. ' -
Suggestion from renters on th
mainland, nddle- ui to tho Carnival
I Mbit aro being tecelved from tlmo
The Indies of Kt Clements will holil
a dellcateaeen salo at the ()ld Arta'
and Crafts Shop oil Saturday, October
2U Tin key, cold boiled Ilium chicken
pies, plum puddings, lemon uud inlnco
pies, cakes mid delicious houiu-mitriu
t.mdiea will be on sale.
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