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From San Franclioo:
Hlcrtn November IS
For San Francisco:
China .November IS
Manuka December U
Mnram.i , Dccembor G
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4777.
PINEAPPLE BUSINESS BOOMS
PRESIDENT TAFT PUNCTURES A CANARD
Armour & Co. Want Dole Pine
apple Interests and Libby,
McNeill & Libby Here Now
Two great mainland packing com- est packing houses of tlio country
panics. Armour & Co.. nml I.lbby, Mc-. brings nmlnlanil capital to tlio Terrl
Nolll & I.lbby, In all ptnbublllty wlll'tory anil lusuics ii market for tlio
cornpeto for contiol of the Hawaiian! pnxliict of ono of tlio new ami grow-
plncnpplo Held. Tho latter Is nltcuiiyf.
In thu Held, mill announcement that
the Armours are after a bold hero has
alicady been published by tho II u 3
1 e t 1 11.
James I). Dolo, of tho Hawaiian
Plticupplo Company ami n pioneer of
thu Industry, has gnno to tlio coast
conferring with representatives ofAr
nuuir &. Comiaiiy und may go to Chi
cago to take up -with the heads of
tlio great packing company tho details
of a proposition by which tho com
pany takes over Ilia Iolo Inteicqts.
lie left Honolulu on thu Siberia last
Saturday. Itoprescutativcs of the Ar
mours have been. in.. Honolulu scleral
limes jn tho past few months, . nml
ono of them was hero a few weeks
ngo. , '.
With thu filing of n cliiiiigj ofhaiuo
with (ho Trcusi'ucr of tho Tcrillory
yesterday .afternoon, tlio nows cipio
nut. that JLIbby,. McNeill J J.rhhy,,
ChlcngoJ ji.tvi entered, fjio, local; Hoi
Ficd. "y. Mncfurlane during his i
rent trip In Chicago closed tho dcul
by which I.lbby, McNeill & I.lbby, of
Chicago enter tho pincapplo business
of Hawaii and take over tho Aliul
manu pioperty on the other shluof
This whole pioiKultlon was floated
by Hie Mucfarlaucs and tho combin
ation now tuailo with ouo of tho luig-
TENT CITY FOR TOURISTS
ON COAST OF OAHll PLANNED
A "Tout City" Tor Hawaii Is tho
plan proposed by a Coast business
man who believes that theio Is a
Kicat fiituro In culuiltig to tho tourist
tliide ol tho Teulli.iy. II. P. Wood,
tecretaiy of thu Pioiuotlnn Commit
tee, rcpnitn on tho Cullfoiniaii'u plan
lit a inu'tlng of tho I'roiuu'liiu Com
nilltei. this alternooii.
In his icpoit, Mr. Wood says that
tlio pioiipccU tor net Kebiuaiy.
Mm eh nml Aptll uro rr tho largest
number of' visitors tho Islands Ituvo
over seen. 'I ho iipoit says:
"Tho lnljux of homoEcekers is com
mencing tiiinewli.it oat ly this yuar.
ho dlffeient Trust Companies nml
Ileal Kit-ito Agents htuto that Unto
Ii an uis"lit ileiuiind for modern fur
oh lied ami unfurnished cottuges, l'ol
lowln g he htilhlujs tho iirilvals will
Inciciro lapfdly, tho prospect ftinr
lug the hiigcnt nutjibor of visitors to
Hawaii during next Februuiy, Muicli
and Apt II that wo li'iivu over seen.
"A ('.illfoiiiluu who was hoio lust
winter nml Is familiar will tho Sum
mer Tent CllICa ut Santa Cnu and
t'oimudn, wiltcs Hint Juiit as boon us
ho is uhlu to cloio out tils Interests
on Hi- .Coast, hb Is coming to mnku
his home In Hawaii, und If homo one
elbo has not uliuiidy undertaken tho
piojeet, plans to start u Tent City
sninowhctu along the Const of Oahii,
believing that conditions uro Ideal for
such an mulct Inking line.
Folk of Opera Company.
"Mine will bo dono this winter also
to piovhlc pntciliiluiuent, not only
fin tho ttrmiKHi'fi who iiiny be hoio
but also for "in own people as well
If Mr. W. r. Adams' plan to sccuro
n good sttniig Opiiutle Company for
a six weeks or two months cngngo
incut tucots with tho encouragement
Ing Industries or tlio islands,
Mr. Mncfiiilane whllo in Chicago
Mild to I.lbby. McNeill & Libby thu
Intciests of the Union Feed Company
nml of Emma Mucfarhiuo In tho Ahul
manu Hnncli Company. This Bale car
ried with It ouo half Interest In the
Honolulu Canning Company. The otli
cr half of tho Canning Company Is
owned by tho Knliiituu Pliicupplo &
Hnnch Company which company Is
owned by F, W. ami Wultcr Mncfar
lane. Tlio capl'nl btock of tho Ahulmunii
Hunch Company Is $73,000 the capital
or the Cannery Company Is $30,000
uud of tho Kabaluil Company $30,00(1.
Not only vuii a gottdfpiico'puld for
ine coiiinuiu two companies ami nan
"f another, but Wuljor Maclnihinu Is
,linW In tho states purchasing uiachln
etyfiir (ho oaiuieryj thut will quudrti
pit- uyi present pinm.
I'tissoiVjon Ar tb$ famous Aliulmaiiii
prorWly'nbw passes to an nggrcsstvo
eoiporallon. but ouo half thu owner
ship of tl.o corporation ccmtiolllug
tho whole liuslncbs Is held by tho
Tho i-auuciy this year turned out
28.000 cases of cauiici) pines. In 1911
It will turn out S0.00O cases, 1U12.
123.00O cnsoJ ami 1913 from 170,000
nlul :un,u00 cases.
'Continued on Pace 0)
Imped for, wo may expect u great
Touilst Agencies at Davenport,
Iowa: I! rami Folk's N. I).; Kaluimi'
zoo, .Mien.; und Kansas City, Mo.,
wilte thanking tho ComuilttCL for
folders sent am) stalo that thoy feet
hopeful of doing a good busliiekS to
Hawaii this winter.
Wo mo ulbii In lercltit of u letter
ftoui Mr. S. A. Ilulchlbon, Manugur
of the Tours Department of tho Chi
cago, Union Pacific and North Wis
tern Lines at Chicago, Muting that ho
liaa alicady moio than twenty people
hiMkcd for Ids next Hip to Hawaii.
King and I'lborg, managing Agouts
of the Not Hi Pacific Coast Comiuui'
cial "Kxciiihlon wtlto under date of
Nov. 2nd, nu follows;
, "Wo wlh'b In extend our thanks and
kind uppuclutlon for tho' piompt
inaimcr In which you Jmvn.' handled
all nur tcqpehts in' relation to tho
No'lh Paellle Coast Commoielal Kx
curslon. Most all havu i.ent in ro
plies, uud In bo far us our detailed
in lunge incuts inu concerned on our
arrival on your hhoics .re consider
th matter practically closed, nml sat
Wo hand you iitiothor copy of our
pamphlet which wo hopo meets with
our approval and Hint thu piogiiuu
rliown theicln Is In a-coriluneo wltli
Tho change In tho lltlo of the ex-
curslon Is fully explained to joii In
n pi ev Ions letter and wo uio now feel
ing tho tulliienco of this cliungo.
There Is no reason to bcllevo but that
w'o will have one of tho nicest excur
tdnns that over touched nt Honolulu,"
TIip following letters give foiuo
(ContinueiT on Pnije G)
PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY
Ono Hundred Thousand I'eoplo for,
Honolulu In 1915" Is thu slogan of ! Reports were sent out from his homo yriteidny that ho had die!
meeting at a luncheon nt noon today from Inllaminatlnn of the lungH and that Ills wife was at his hedbtdc.
In tho University Club lit which Iho, Later In the day another report went out, a mysterious messngu to St.
"Hundred Thousand Club" was iim Petersburg. In St. Petersburg tho news was received Unit the great Kus
ganlzcd. ""1Jiluu lcformcr had (tied anil Inter another repoit that ho bad not.
Present nt thu luncheon wero Oov.l Today tho ph)slclnns ami iloto fi lends who woio at his bedside
Walter F. Frenr and other prominent gave out the news that ho Is allv, und that his condition Is tin
citizens of tho Territory, and they changed.
took hold of thu Idea of organizing Ills wlfo lias twl c tried to com nit suicide lately, and It Is thought
tho club to piomoto tho "hundred .Hint sbo may have something to do with the mysterious reports,
thousand" with gloat enthusiasm. - -
The club organize I tis follows:
Pirsldcnt. Onv. l'rcar; vice prcsl
dent, runner t!ov. (leorgo It. Carter;
treasurer II. P. Wood; secretary,
A. Stuntoit i:eciillvo cnmmlttco, (1.
It. Carter, chairman; c. A. Stanlon.
nr-nctnry; II, P. Wood, It. W. Shin
gle, Fieri Hush. Ito-ird of managers,
fiort Frour. CI. II. Ciirtor, II. P. Wood.
W It. Fnrrlngloii Fu-d Hush C. II
Alhertoii, .1. P. Cooke, L. A. Thurston,
Miirslon Cauipbetl. .1. It. Oall, II. II.
Ticnt. Itev Dorcmus Scudder and C.
WATER WILL BE
Fears felt by tho residents of tho
Dig Island that tho piopnxcd Kail
ditch will tut Into their sources of
water supply aro unfounded, saB
John T. MeCiosion of thu Hawaiian
Irilgiillon Co., promoter of tho gieat
cntciptlxc. Mr. McCrosbon will leavo
for tho Coast day after tomorrow on
biiblness connected with tho big illicit
proposition, and this morning declnr
eil that tho water rights of Individ
uqlu along the canal route, us well
us the government rights, will ho
lafcgu. tided In the piopobcd iimoiid
iiieut to tho org Mile' 'ilct lis well us
In Hip III eiibe'tu, tlio company that
will bo later Isbuetl by tho Territory,
"The btiitemunt Unit tho Kau ditch
may get water that Is needed for
plantations is evidently duo to mis
iindeiiuiidlug of thn dlt h proposi
tion," said M Cioshou this morning,
"The ditch and Its rebcrvolrs. In
stoail of taking water needed for
plantation:!, will dpf icallty coiiborve
tho mipply. Any wntr'tliat wo get
fiom plantations 'or other sources
will ho compensated for."
Tho Tm'rltoilnl authorities aro now
workfifgon tlio form of thn amend
ment to tho organic net and It will
ho finished bhortly.
Tho promoters of tho illtch will
ugieo to Ilnlsli It In two yrais from
lliu llmo construction work begins.
Tho magnltiido of tho proiosltlon
will bo iilideiEtood when It stated
that hoinethlng llko antlt) men will
hn given work along tho ninety-odd
miles of tho route. Thoro Is a good
ileal nf tunneling to bo dono, anil tho
character of tho loitutry and soil
m:kcs tho nsii of dltch-dlggiug ma
Very llttlo of tho water to ho
used comes from pilvato sources.
Mo.st of It will ho i.eeured fiom tho
government under stiPt regulations,
nml on tho pa incut of n batlsfn.'tory
Mr. McCrosbon will go to Wush
Jugton after a short tlmo on tho
Coiibt. Must of -tho wotk for tho
uinendmcnt to tho organic act will
1,,.1'n I.. I... ,1r,,in linriirn Vf !l Mil I II Ul Oil
. ...i ...i.i...
Vi, I-,..! ,iii..i. iu n, l,iL-L.p Int.
1 no Kttll uiu II is mo inhhim nu
Thn Knii rllti-li Is the hlgt-est Iril-
di nt. u lo'ltl i. I. tho htatory f
o In 2 , tl" p omoters aro
," wt hlr ver L Ht " lk ."
opposition thut lias been Indulged.
Thev declare that when tho plans
of tho rompanv aro understood, It
will be realled that tho ditch Is an
Immense benefit lo the Territory In
Mrn wjin never fnlleil don't bcllmo
In link. ,
Strength in store advertising is unlimited
OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1010. 10 PAOES.
TOLSTOI DEATH DENIED
MYSTERY AT ASTAPOVA
ANTAPOVA, Ililbsln. Nov. 17. Is
the question that everjono hero uud
( AhxocI.uimI rras Calle.
SAN FUANCISCO. Nov. 17. Tho
Purine Coast congress culled by UoV
crnor (Illicit tu'dlHcuss questions of
Importance to lift Citrs't, -anscniilcd'
heio today, opening n three 'days'
session. Tho (in'btlon of cneourag.
lug tlio United States meichant ma-
line mid that of getting an Increase
of naval strength In the Pa' Iflc uro
thu chief tonics of Interest. Gov
ernois or their representatives from
a number of Slates nro In attend
nine. LURLINE SCARCE
Traffic Now To and From
Islands Is Very
Tho condition existing aboard tin.
Million Navigation steamer l.urllir:
this morning us that vessel huuloi
away fiom her whaif and commenced
.tho voyage to S.m Francisco shoiil .
Imvo Mffimk.l luateilal for conviction
of tho moil caso hardened udvocatu
nu- e.i:iKiwlse Kiisiiensloii. anil tinned
him fiom tho fiior of his way
Honolulu again faces ouo of thoau
peilods whuio tlio facilities for trans
ptiitallnn alu hero but u woeful lack
of pasbcngers exist.
'I ho Limine baaed from lloliolii.u
with hut leu passcngv.ru traveling In
the cabin. Four coast bound voyag
ers took passage In tho steenigo.
'J ho l'.icilie Moil liner Clilu.i. vvlileh
In jeaiH past has alwajs been rutoj
an u sathifactoiy passenger carrier
wilt piobably leavu on Sunday morn
ing with lui,s than twenty-flvo peoplu
to Join tho vcsbcl at this port.
Thu vesstl haH room for lllty or
more In tho Hist cabin.
Tho last trip of tlio popu'iir Ocom
le steamer Sleira was imido to thu
coast wltl'i less than lllty cabin pns
sniigers. This U a vessel that can
aceoiiimodato two hum'roil and twenty-live
pashciigciu without lliu pitroiis
being obliged to dress In tho lullwava
or Eleop on tho dining saloon tahloi
Tho booking for tho next trip of
Iim Sli-mi Imllciit,, that tho steamer
will cnirv about the samo iiiunbor
win n sho sails fiom this mirt for San
Fiaiiclbio on next Wednesday.
It oulv takes ono or two light trips
to tho coast to niiiko serious Inroads
on tho balance sheet of a steamship
11 . i
I company. It can hardly bo wondered
! I'"" tho niuiingeninnt of tho big
;11 ""ll "lo miim'KeuM'iii m uiu iiih
l-iMili. companies full to grow hit-
n!y enthusiastic over tho propo-
'"" " W"B '' "'''
t-tciimcis to the servUo now main
tained between Honolulu and Sun
SAN FUANCISCO. Nov. 17. -lloels:
RS analysis, fls. ftl-ld.; iar
Ity, a.KSi, I'tevliius quotation, tiB.
B U LLKT1N
Count I.co Tolstoi dead? This Is
many all over tho world are asking
(AH.Miitil ri-KM Culde.)
l.KON. Nl iiragua, Nov. 1". Tio
leadain lit the recent iiitlAmerlcan
rlpts wero toilay ordered ilrlyen, out
or tlio roiinlrj, and the government
gave Americans ahritrauccs that, their
hitciertf as v ell as their llei will he
nmp! piofeted. Tho Impending
trouble itvonib to have been put down,
I U. S. SAILORS ARE
WELCOMED IN LONDON
t tPMH.iul'd Pri" r,,i,i-
lONDDN, Nov 17.- The Lord
Major of London has extended every
iimtesy uud wet ome to the men
and ollHeis of the American licet now
I - t, I'll UN lllf
P'llU. .; v 17 Tl o rnllors and
oMIeeib finm the 'll.lslou of thn
Aiuerlrnn Peel have been tendered
the g aielcM of welcomes In tho
I'lcio Ii inpltal.
cuNvi.ttbSMAN GETS IN
BY NARROW MARGIN
I Ahwm-IiiIihI 1"i f-Hri 1'iittlM )
S.t'lt.li:NI(). Cal.. Nov. 17.
U-ilser, Congrc.-Hiuinl n.mdldnti: from
the I Ir.l C.ilforuii District, has
''eon eleelH b
I"'- ihiler l
i majority of on
Dangerous Condition of Judi
ciary Uuildinrj Is Shown
When Plaster Falls.
Thu inmate -omlltlou of the Juill
ilniy building wa.t (iiithur oxempll
lied this morning, when a l.ngo pot
thin of heavy platter fell from tho
(riling In ('It 1 11ft Judge Cooper's
ioiiituo.il, llntteuliig out two heavy
iiirpldoit' that wcic lu tlio Jury box
Had a Jur, been piiheut ilitl seivlng
v.'Ir.'ii tip plaster fit I, a tragedy
wtiiIiI iindoubtedl) li.uu icsultcd, for
Hmi two Jiiriut lieaus would
he lu-11 illii-ctlv under tho fulling
plaster which stuathed thu einpldoM.
which 1110 of exceptionally heavy
WnrnlngB have neon l3rueil o inn
Judges that tho building Is In an un-itliin (Otnddciablo thought and ftudy.l
.. . ,....111.... ..ti,l tK.it . iiinr.ln . . ( I..1 I 1 !.
saf loudltlon and that an over-
crowding of the courtrooms must not
. ,n,tt,,i ,, u,,..,,,n,, nr
'"""h " " "" " -
ho permitted, thu suppoitlng lloor
beams being lu a condition that!
hr.nuhe dlra.ttous renilts If they are
put to a heavy te t.
The plnu,cr whl'-li'
fell in Judgo
loiirtiooni created as nuuii
iliiiuag.i as it pile of bricks and
iniitddcrcd of paltlcular slgnKlcance
In connection with Ilia Uaugerous
condition of the building bernpso l
was not enun'il hy rain water mining
thronsli the ancient toof. -
Taft Brands Talk Of Taking
Over Republic of Panama
As Idle '
PN..MA. Nov. I" That tho tiik of annexation by the Unltod
Statin of the Itepulille of Panama I, Idle and foolish nji. brought out
tr-'I.iy In n iperrh m.idi' by Piesldeni T.ilt at n binquct given In tlio
Covrtii' r of tho Canal .one to tho Pie blent.
Mr. Tuft declares that the United St.itea haJ no Intention of an
nexing Panama. On the ciiilrnry. If declined. Undo Sum has n friendly
mid cordial rnpect for the sister icpubll ami Is anxious th.U these re
lations he maintained Intact.
The speech wus In answer to the. trouble rtlrred lip roup,' time ago
by the Anicrlruu iinrul, who ilecl.i-ed that If Pananin did not accede to
wime if thn Ideas of tho American government, it would be annexed
TTin President will ptob.ibly sail for hontu this evening, visiting
(iuatitnnnimi on the way.
PACIFIC FLEET DOES NOT '
COME FOR TARGET PRACTICE
No Information that thu fleet now
on thn Paellle Coast b coming licio
lu tho near future has been leeched billll.incy of thu waterfront by their
by Itvnr-Ailmirul Itccs, and. 011 tho decorations and lights,
contrary, fiom Information ut hand Admiral Itccs expects to leavo Ha
lt is not believed thut tho fleet will nrlulii the middle of lie ember, n3
lie heio for home time, if at all. his lcllef U expected to arrive on thii
In s;":alilng of the rumor that the
leet w .is to come here for target
1r.11 In December, Admiral Ucch eeiU to the command, here. Is now
.nit 1I.1 morning I bat be was cure at llioot.lyn In command of tho re
tho Nnvy Dep'irlmeiit had tin Idea of reUIng ship Hancock and will bo rO)
ending It here. Ileved theip on November 20. Ho
In fact, tho licet has been t tar- will ptnbahly r.tl from San Frnnl
get pin Use In California waters this cIm-o on the l-ngan December r..
iiionth uud has now returned, or will 'Admiral and Mrr. .Kens will go
0011 loitirn. to Sn:i Francisco fiom from hero to California and remain
Santa llatbur.i haiincl, where tho thno for the winter. Vol n g cast In'
tatget wink was dono. the rprlng. '
A shurtt(inn ago the Secretary of "It Is tho policy of- Uio depart-,
the Nnvy had not decided whether incut," u-ild Admiral Hceu this morn
to lend the fTect hero or not, accord- lug, "in tcllevo nil retired ntllrer
Ing In Infoimatloii reciveil hero fiom cnmnuind, and thl'i' will probitt
fiom Washington, tint the ships may lily bo nccompllslied by Uio first, of
como later and pcMdhly bo heru for thq year und actlvo otneers tnko nvr,
thu cai nival nml Floral Parade. thn duties now performed by the ry
It Is probable that if there Is any tired ones. My retirement took plaS
Intention of i-cmllng them hero, local on September I last, ami Captain
oigaulzntloiis ciinld Imliteo tho do- Covvies, who sucrrrds my, Is well up
paitmeul to wt tlio time of tho -visit on the list nml will he 11 rear admiral
In February mi that tho lighting within u few months,"
Passed the First
Tlio cltj nn'd munly Fupcrvlsorn
have pirdl ut Hist reading an ordl
lie In o that has to do Willi tho pro
le I Ion of fools and iuoit. from con
tamination hy thu cmphnmiiil
1 1 reus.
The .miMfiiio was suggested by Dr. an I will inei.t again tpmorrow morn
Mai kail, who has given tho quos- Ing fm vvhiit is hoped will bo the
Supetvlsur Logan Introduced
meiiruio lu-fiito his coLeagiies at the
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mi-cling Meld at noon todu
It l tln Intention of the city fath
ers to rush the ordinance through
the boa id ill order Unit II mav be
como a law without further dolay.
i s iinticlpatcil that with tho adop-
la.tltm of thn ordinance, thero will ho
gomo uullcal changes Instituted hy
oilental dealeis n meats, fish nml
I iritvili))t. who will bo obliged lo
provide Blllllelent loverlng of stto'ng
material for their wares,
TlirouRh the ndvertU'iiR column!
of the EVENINO BULLETIH you ran
talk honest goods to over ten thou
sand readers every day.
PRigE 5 CENTS.
FOR THE CARNIVAL
ships would bo In thu harbor during
thv carnival anil add much to tlm
1 (tl, of the month.
Captain Walter Cowiis, who
Consider Problems of Plantar.
1 tion Labor Behind Closed 7
ticiloin ptohlnni3 arising lu connec
tion with Hit- plantation labor situa
tion occupied 'ho Hawaiian Bugir
Planteis' Association nil inorulnsi
of. ho nun It o .1 gravu tintiun canto 'up
Unit they could not llulsh tho work.
. . i .
,t the ineelliK t!ils"motuiiig, which
was behlntl closed diMirs, tho rupotts
of the coiiuiilltcu on labor of which
i.. i-nxon jiiMtop in clinlrtuan. wa
made to tho planters, and supplement
ed hy a series of figures, showing tho
wages paid to laborers, tho lulHiror
brought In and tho laborers who de
puitert, nil by nationalities. Tho short
age of )abor was discussed (is well as
measures to get more Immigrants.
This afternoon tho planters will vis
it the experiment station and will
hntqitet tonight nt Ihu Young Hotel.
I JJLttAl,- M