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10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERBITOItY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1910. 10 FADES.
OPIUM RING FAST WIDENING
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ARMY MEN HERE
PLAN OAHU DEFENSE
WILL JlSpRLtfAI NIPPON'S MIKADO
FLAGSHIP AND ADMIRAL NEAR PORT
Arrest of Opium Smuggler
Leads To Another
' That there will bo startling expo-, Ho thought of the largo amount ol
sures In the wholesale opium sums- dopo which ho had cent on tlio SI
gllug deal within tlio next twenty- vrra, and with Hint ho hail In Ills
four hours Is promised as u result trunk lie was painting rosy dreams
of tlio arrest on tlio Mongolia this at the future good time ho was to
morning tirj Domingo IV r re Ira and have In spending his part of tlio
lila confession Implicating others,' money obtained for bringing tlio
tome of them "higher-ups," who, hooidtim successfully Into Honolulu,
declares, have been tlio real 'leaders And It might Imvo ended ns ho
In the smuggling, while ho was onlyi was dreaming but for tlio mcro fact
U. S. Marshal Hendry, accompa
nied by Collector Stnckublo and U. B.
District Attorney llrcckons, went out
to the Mongolia at quarantine this
morning and arrested Ferrcira on a
warrant sworn qut by llrcckons, yea.
terday after the finding of tlio trunk
full of oplunln ,t!io Wolls-FurgA of
flee; " .'
, Ferrclra's baggage" Was examined
on'tlio steamer and In his trunk tliero
was found n falso bottom concealing
thirty tliiB of opium, but a small
quantity In comparison with the
haul mndo yesterday.
, Drcckous denies n story that 0110
of his men. had disabled tlio Kahuku
wireless Btntlon so that no message
could go through to tho Mongolia
warning Ferrcira of his Impending
arrest, but he docs acknowledge that
no messages Imvo passed through tlio
station for the past forty-eight hours
which he has not seen, and ho knows
that no winning was scut to the
Had a messago gotten through
Ferrcira might havo dumped his
opium ovorboarI and thus landed
without nny Incriminating ovlilonco
Cnttcht With the Goods.
As tho rtiie stands now, ho was
caught with tho goods on tho steam
fr, besides that which was found In
the trunk hero yesterday consigned
to him through tho Wolts-Kargo of-tl-o.
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Thero was no more surprised man
within n radius of many miles of
that his cupidity was too great
few weeks ago and ho took several
shirts belonging to another passen
ger, which wero placed in his trunk
for storage as tho man himself did
not havo room for them.
When this man arrived in Hono
lulu ho asked Forrclru for his shirts
and tho lad calmly told him that
they hud been lost.
It was not worth the while, this
shirt deal. Tlio nrticlcs In question
wero not of much vnluo, bnt tho
streak that runs .through Ferrcira
and which has mndo him throw races
tlmo after tlmo in Honolulu and on
other tracks of tho Islands, cainn up
permost, and through tho theft of
tlieru shirts ciimo his downfall.
Tho fellow- passenger (unio to
Chief of Detectives McDudlo and told
him of the theft of tho shirts. Ho
told uf the circumstances of seeing
Ferrcira put them Into his trunk,
timl at tho same, tlmo seeing some
tins which lie asked Forrclrn about.
Tho latter replied that they con
tained dope. McDufllo asked tho
man what was meant hy "dope,'' ami
the st ranger replied that he dIJ not
Tho thief then reahed In' his knfe
and brought forth a can of opl'.im,
which was shown to tho stranger
and which tho latter said Wns sim
ilar to the ones ho had seen In For
rcirn s irutiK.
This, information' wire communi
cated to JlreckotiH by. McDufl)(, and
from that start tlie not: wasi&uvcn
which cnmcs.hfcdjFcrfcIra .tjila morn
ing, when 'ho was' arrested on tho
Bliss and Aleshire Leave Foi
Leilehua This Afternoon
To Determine Site
Flagship Asama, which will be in port with the cruiser
Kasagi tomorrow. n
Japanese 'Cruisers .Will -Be Here For
Under tho Imperial banner of Dal Tho admiral will bo met orf port
Nippon, mid Hying his ensign on by Consul-General Uycno mid the
tho mainmast of his ilagshlp Asama, .liipanoso reception committer, con
Hear-Adinlral It. Vashlrn, command-, slstlng of Y. AKnl, manager of tin-cr-tn-chlef
of tho cruisers Asama and Yokohama Specie Hank; Dr. Halib
Kasugl, of tho Inlperlal Japanese1 and W. Molosblgo, president of tin
training squadron will arrlvo oil Japanese Merchants' Asso'lntlou.
poit at 7 o'clock tomorrow moriilng. As soon as tho ships dock lit th
Japanese Consul General llyetio this naval whiirf, Admiral Yashlro. It I
morning received n wireless from expected, will first call on Admlrn
Admiral Yashlro, brlolly stating that Corwln I". Itces. 'commniidant of tlio
his squudiuu will bo off port at 7. naval station
Afii lira, i , Yaslilrq.
I The growing Iniporlaii'-c
rail In a military wa
if tho I'nlled Stales (iovcinnient wai
fu thr cvlilrucrl Ill's nmrnlng.
wbcti ihcie atrlvcil on lliu liner
Mongolia, llrlga'')cr General Tanker
II. Illlsir, cdniiiiaiiifi'r of tho Depart
ini'iit of ('Olfnrnli, and (Ju.ittcrmas
ler Gene '. Alenblic, who conie to
the Tt Itury I'll silvc two bis' prob
lems lint me to lie dealt with by
tho Wur l)i:iiitmeiit.
qui k licg'iinliig wn:i mado by
the two general olll cfn In tho pre
liminary win U of Itispcctlon. Thev
vc i np:t. when the MnjlsolU ducked
flt tho Alakea-litiwt Svi'in'rt My Col
one! .Schuster of,, Hip 1'"IJ.Ii (liVHlf1.
Captain F.ilir,, It. 8. (J. M., and Cap
tain Kturgrr, - ud wero taken In au
tomobiles tu the Young lloteli where
tho pro'lniluarv details of their Itin
erary for tlio day wern gone over,
Official callr followed, and tho two
generals then went to the property
of tho government on lower Fort
tlrenl, upo'i which It has been
planned to eirct a building for tho
qunrtormiislrr. They next Inspected
the present quartermaster depot on
Hole! Htrrol, which tho Territorial
govcrnuiei't Is hopeful of acquiring
ns a slip for the erection of an nr.
mory mid national guard headquar
ters. Hot h Gcperal Mint and General
Ale'' i imp familiar with thq pre
lim' nrgrtlatlmis that have oc-
cuii'l In i-nnncrtlon with the pro-,
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Ila , icij;ful cou'clualrn mid that It l ce
In the cyev Mill in lip ilnnc.
this city than, Fcrrelrn early this
iiiuiiiiiih WI1UI1 I1U WHK iiui:vii I1I1UUI juuiift1!!!'1 u 14 ,
arrest Jly tho United States Marshal ( (Continued' on Page 4)
o'clock, I Itces will return tho formal call.
Admiral Yashlto commanded tho Afterwards Admiral Yashlro wl I
Asama, then a battleship, during tho cult on Governor Frear,
Itubto-Jnpan war, In tho Sen of Ja-j On November 3, from 9 to 10:80
pan. Today fie comes to Hawaiian o'clock In the forenoon, Consul-Gen-
wators iih commiiudcr-ln-chlcf of the cral ITycno and Admiral Yashlro wl'l
Japanleso training squadron. recclvo the Japanese community at
ti.p lo nl -ir "I'i in urininiehiorii
Hon r tho blrihday of thn ,1-ip-inosp
Kiuppior. .Miilbiihlto. The nnireiM
This dono, Admiral, mid i-itlets from tho two warBhlps
REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN GETS
TO VICTORY ON ALL ISLANDS
, Iteporta received by A. U C. Atkln-. tliosu who me voters thero. Tho ro
son. chiilimnn of tho Republican Tor-port, tlilu morning slates that every
rltovlnl Central Couimltteo, from all
over Oahu as well us fioni tho olhcr
Islunda In tho Territory, Indicate dally
incienalng strength In Kiililo'u cam
paign innl tho election of tho straight
Republican ticket In' every county.
Chairman Atkinson stated this morn
ing that not since tho opening oQJjy
campaign ' have prospects been so
bright, nml ho Is moro thgnTilcasdd
with tho big success that Jhu ijolcgato
Is making on his tour of Muu uud
Kuhlii will return on tlio Mnuuu Kcu
next Saturday to dovoto tho closing
dayn of tho ca'mpalgn to this county.
ills trip has been an iinqiialltlcd suc
cess, and ho has straightened out n
lot of :troublc8 that nroso fiom Mo
Candless' campaign of misrepresentation.
Chulruiau Atkinson Is particularly
pleased with a ifl'Mt this morning
fiom the leper RctUfiiwitt at Mdokat
On neciinnl of tho, liu't that nono o(
Iho candidates'' haW chmpniRncii nt
thn Hetllemcnil.illulliaK been1 hard to
get it, lino' on whafi wits.dclng among
will honor the oc nclou by their
This rcrptlon Is limited ftrlctlv
to .lapuiiPFo. Tho specially' Iiivltcd
guests will bo received nl the Young
Hotel nt night, whero a great re
ception will be held. '
The uio-.t Important uufitlnn tha
will be detctnllnrd an a rcsutt'J
-,ein:r;i 1 1 J let-' Unit In ll.iw.ill la. tha
icleeiion of thb -pcrinancut; rite for
the post nt l.rilp.mia, whjch will
cost, wlicn.compli'tttd. about 12,000,
(inn. Tlilr qupftlon.wlll iccclvo th
most cxhaiibtlvo ntteiitlon 'at " tKa
hands of (icnvral Illlss, both General
Ali-shlro and himself going .to l.cjj
lehiia this afternoon, In co nip any
with Colonel' Hchttyler, to ni.ikeft
llrt-t Inspc llouof thn twn sites thai
n.ro, un'diy fon'slderatlon. The afrSJf
beard having' filed majority mid ml
iii'lity .rcportsiu.tboavallalilo local
tlons. It now devolves upon' 'Gcnerai
tlllsil to make the sclertton, his oplnl
Ion and that of Secretary of Waj
Dleklnioii, who visited I.cllchiia
while here, being final. .
General lllln stnted this morning
that the most Important question
that would recclvo his attention
while licio was the consideration. oj
a situ for tlio I.ellclnia post, ")U
added that Ills tlmo In the Island!
Is limited and that ho would prob
ably bo nlile lo return In California
on tho transport sailing about No!
vcmber B. .J
(iPliernl tiling, ilrrlnrril that- tin
developments' planned lire In accord!
ncq with t tin Importance of thjj
Territory and would -lio carried out
iilotin the lines nlreadv Iiulicateil hv
tho War Depnrtcmnt. '?3
poseO tianfer of tho land whlfh It Is expected that General Wist
would glvo Hip Territory tho sltc.Miiid General AloMiIro wll remain al
Mini it was Iniimntcil this morning, I.ellclnia for revcral days, maklng?3
In roti'in Hon with .tho first Insper- thorough pxnmlnntlon of tho probj
Hon of tho two general ofllccrs, that le'lim of transiortatlon mid othei
there was priiclleally nothing to pro- questions that affect tho permanent
vent the deal being carried to a buo lix-atlon of tho J2,OO0,n00 poaJj
indication Is that Iho Btrulght Itepub
llcnn .ticket will bo given a largo ma
JorUy nt Iho settlement and that Kti
il(i will run far ahead uf his Demo-
pratlc opponent. "
Locally thuioampalgn Is getting hot
tor nml hotter. Tinllglit Ilcpubllciin
meetings will -bo held'in "cvorrito'
clnct of Iho fifth, district, under the
iiiisplceii. of tto iL'clicl-clubs, mid In
llio fmirtti' district 'the voters will take
part In u big rally at Fort and School
streets. Two' noon mccllngii weie
hold on tho waterfront hy tho Itupuh
llcans today, ono nt Alnkca wharf and
one at tlio Honolulu Iron Works and
both wero lnrgoly attended.
Democratic meetings tonight nro
scheduled for AtkliiHiii 1'ark and
School and 1,1111m stioots. Tho state
ment wus lelteruteil from Democratic
lieadquaiters this moinlng that tho
campaign fund Is Mat and no
tAsuncliitpd Pri-ac Cnhlft.)
I'HH-ADKIJ'HIA, l'a., Nov. 1. It
was learned hero today that tho At
lantic licet will visit Knglnnd and
Franco before tho annual winter ma
neuvers. No statement of tho num
ber of vesrcls that will mnko th"
voyage has been glvon out, hut fiom
uuofllclnl sources It is learned that
tlio visit will lid one of tho mo-t
Important from n naval Btnudpo'nt
since tho famous round-tho-world
tour two years ngo.
PERU IS FACING MONGOLIA IN
(Assntlntiil rrr Cabin
LIMA, Peru, Nov. 1. revolu
tionary conspiracy has been thwart
ed hero through tho nrre '. 'if tho
lendrrs shortly beforo the tlmo jet
for nn outbreak, l'cru Is In a slnto
of Internal unrest.
Uig Vessel Brinos , Many
"I have received tho recommenda
tion of tho Central Committee," said
Governor Vrear this morning, smiling
blandly In thn faces of Inqulsltlvo re
I p-lprB. "hut I cannot say whether ol
., . i concur in tnelr recommendations
In regard to tho colleclorshlp of Intel
nal Itovenun," ha condtiucd.
scilbcs. ami lecterlnc bark and forth
each classification is In effect. T
In his ofllco chnlr. '1
It Is known that several cablcgramj
hnvfa been sent to Washington during
tho past twenty-four hours fronT'iie'v
eral different parties In Iho city boq'nV
lug Iho present Incumbpnt of the'St
ficii nml tho two men named ns bin
IKii-slblo, successors. ($
Although tha Central Committed
mado Its report to tho Governor Itlljj
understood that n Iain reimrt was
cabled to Washington to Iho national
coiumlltccman, and Iho candidate!
themselves, linyo been using (ho cablti
lo what enil will not bo known until
tho iippplntmont lirmado. M
Thq Governor tacitly ndhiltted that
i i.. ni..i.i i'cy..... Af n. J A".i(,
is ill niKi'1' mum1 in mi-
Ik going jp, opci .lejaflc iprqtlM
sooii to get some iniiro itipniai .titular
his' camnaleii boilers, ' '""
EXPECTED IN CUBA
(An.iqcl.itul 1'irnH Cable.)
llAVANA, Cuba, Nov. 1. General
elecllous nro lu progress throughout
Cuba today, anil President Gomez ex.
pects n liberal victory.
BY CHICAGO POLICE
All ntlcBtlonii asked tho Chief Kxo
cutlvo brought forth noncommittal ro- l" bad ii'it cabled any rccoinmcndat
Pics. Ho dd not siiv do lu ev Mho h- "'" l " "ou, inn inai uiimimiu.
Pacllle, or ho had Hindu nny iccmimeiulalloii w " bnlf-hcjrlod ono
Thn arrival of the big
Mall itc.imshlp Mongolia from San or not lo Wnshlug'on, ami Intimated
Frnncls'o waa iiwultQil with more that It wouhi not bo proper under tho
than liaising Intercut th'lo-.luuriilng. clicnmstaiiccn to s-iy wnnt ho had
I One reason waa tlio presence of sciy'l ,lo'io. If ho had really dono anything.
nal prominent t'nlleil Blnleu nrmyi . ,c mo qiigsiions re.iciieu nearer
olllelals on boaid. nnother" reason "'" nonrcr (ho mark Iho Governor
SAYS IT'LL BE TAFT
(AsHuclatcd I'K-ss Cabl".)
NIIW Y.OKK, Nov. t. Secretary
of Agriculture Wllron gavu out a
Hl'alement hero today declaring Hint
President Tuft will bo rououilpnted.
Wilson ia rqcngulzeil as n l:iinii pa- Vnnderbllt moro than seven tulle
lltlcal prophet, mid his stnteiuont 1 iut carefully stayed wllhln 200 feet
curries imiili weight, . lot tliii cutth, at Yuudcrbllt's icquust
(Asmxlati-d l'rrsa Ciibte.)
CHICAGO, Nov. 1. Mnunteit pi
lice wero railed out lodny to illsi nisi
a mob of striking garment workers,
niuong them many women mid chil
dren. A number wero Injured In
tho wild scrnmhlo under tho borsoj'
(r'cl.il II ill let In Cihlc.)
IIIII.MONT PARK. N. Y., Nov. I
Coriic'lus 'Vundcrbllt, turnout II-
unnrlor, today took an aeroplane
lllght with Orvllln Wright, no lew
famous ns (in nvlalor. Wright look
that the liner wus -arrjliig an dnclo
of tho new depojod King-uf. Portu
gal, mid last, hut not lonst, tho, fact
Hint a small but soluct group of lo.
nil Federal uuthorll lea took n" pecu
liar Interest in tho actions of ono
Domingo Ferrelra, whu haY but, re
cently enmo unilor thn spqtllglil of
publicity owing In the rlintgn filed
ngnliiBt him of Hiic-essfu1y' landing
a valuable consignment of opium at
this port. ,' '
"Poor coil and n' dccply-ladon
purred hbi lips In the Invariable whi(
tin lie uses when cornered hy thet
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. t nesU
fin analysis, Sa. D 3-4l.; paVltK
3. Kir, I'rcvious' .quotation, 8. 9dSa
W pel, f ItnllPl.ln p-r yfnrjj
By R. R. Rcidforil.
Ordinarily I am not a "straight ticket" man. particularly
simp is tin, only io'ihiii tor our do- jn municipal elections. For the management of city affairs!
IE. !"nHn!mnon:,mrthfc!ru';ecTed require men of business ability and training and-1 ?havo
with the -Mongolia put It when ask- UUUII UUUUblUIIIUU IU VUIC IUI IIIU UUbl IIIL'II IUI H1CSC OIIICCS.
ed concerning tho slow trip of nn But this vear it is imu'erative that the Delenath and nnHlri'.
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many tne Legislature ue rieptiDiican ana me only sate way t
otherwbo speedy ship.
taS''SU.? insure that end Is to vote the ticket. straight, whfch I shall
after a vacation iishore. Ourer Kit, IN auumuii I am SHiuiiyiy ui uiu upiiuuu nidi nub yuur
(Continued on race 2)
best men arc on the Republican ticket anyway.
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