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NIiu Mnru . ..November 28 j
For San Francisco:
Child Muru December 2
Manuka December 1)
Marama December C
ESTABLISHED 1882., NO, 4785.
GOVERNMENT ATTACKS "SUGAR TRUSTS
Council of War
Retain Attorney To Protect
Party In Contest Over
Democratic lcailcrs today hold coun
sel lit war ami planned tlio defense
they will inaku against the llcpubll
can contest of tlio recent mayoralty
election. Tlio serving ot a summons
on Mayor Joseph J. Furn, followlus
Iho petition Hied in tlio Supremo
Court by tlio llcpubtlcan candidate.
John U. I.iuie last week, prcclpltatoil
tho legal h.itllo between tlio two par
ties and It inutilities to bo a merry
Tlio summons was served last Oat'
unlay afternoon, and is returnable to-1
morrow morning at 10 o'clock before,
the Supremo Couit. Although tlio
Democrats consider tint llmo glvou
mem is unsoufcuiiumy btiort, nicy got
busy thl3 iiiornlug.jilauuln); their cam
Cot. C. .1. McCarthy, lato c-ttiipalgn
manager. Mayor Kern, his secretary
It. (1. Rlvcnburgh, Link McCandless,
and two attorneys, Wnilo Warren
Thayer and -Judgo W. S. Idlings, held
n roufali nt Democratic headquarters,
and detci mined to make a vigorous
opposition to tlio contest. Mr.. Thay
er was retained as attorney, and al
though tho contest is directed against
Mayor Fern, tlio cntlio Dcmocratla
WILL GIVE BIG PRIZES TO
MEMBERSHIP RACE WINNERS
The Hundred Thorn-aiid club be
Ban nillvo wii'l. today with the an
noiiiiymeiit of a U'rleri-otnttrir-tt
prize? to be glv
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Kiwi, i, ju.'mum'J -'
ruling tint criMteiitLiii!iiliT 01 lie-,
plo an io:-ldcntBof Ihh eJty niii(ii'.-m
hers of tlio cli'(b. ThViinuouuio'iii-iil
followed 11 m.-vtliiB of. the- oxopiiUvi-
ronimlltee at' thu Comin'errjal Club
nt noon, at' which tiici folluwlli!;
rules werq adopted:
.All members are iciiuiied to fur- iiiimial prl.py. Thee iirlzes aro to
nlch Iho nainea and nddresho or two ler,lcn lo tlio incmberH liistrumcntal
or innru pcnplo living outstdo of t'10 lu tciirliig Hie gieutei-t number of
Territory, who might becoiuo men- iiniipln living outside of the Terrl
hers of tho Hundred Tlious.-i-.nl Club tnrv to becomo mcmliers of tlio club
nml residents of Honolulu. end r.bldentii of Honolulu.
Tho club will ('(induct two on- Tho ntiri-.al prizes are to be a free
tests, 0110 to bu known as a (leueial' liln toxlho Sail Krnclsco I'nnama
Contest und tho other a Hoinli-iahli Ht" rltlint and return. Thu t-oml-
Contest. Thcso conte: .vill be fo.-
tho purpose of encouraging ni-unbur-
General Manager of Pacific
Mail Returning Home
"I heard Hint tlio vessels of tlio I'a
clllc Malf Co. weio In call at Manila
too," said Oeiieriil Manager Seliwiirln
vesterd.iy on board tlio Manchuria
"but 1 know nothing of that mjTelf."
Tho loport was rcceled here while
tlic l'acille Mull olllclal was lu Manila
that ho lind lU-clded to liavo all Hie
stc.inicra of tho line call at thu I'lill-
limine port, Instead of only one 11
moiith as at present.
On boutd tlio Manchuila yesterday
Jir. Schwerlu stated thnt tlio liners
wero to call there tho same as nt pros-
cnt, but as to whether different ar-
parly seetna likely In be massed back
of tlio nuurbon defenses.
Thayer Is busy Hits afternoon pro
paring an niiswot- to l.ano's petition.
A wholcsalo denial of tlio facts set
forth will probably bo tlio formal part
of tlio defense as contained In tlio an
swer. Cnl. McCnrlby and other Dcmocraln
nro busy Retting nindtivltg from vot
ers who wcro present at tlio sixth
piccliict of tlio fourth district at tlio
time tlio Illegal' acts alleged in tlio
llei iibllriin documents wcro porfnrin
cd. These nflldavlls will dnuhlles-i
deny that McCandlcss and 1.- II. I". I
Wollcrs, tho two men named spcel'
flcilly. Interfcicd Willi voters jir at
iciiuca in iniiucnco mem
Tlui.llllnir.iir tli.i nimu'.-r will' It In
HTIinotPil tn-wf'tii nil i.viotnliiil IntFll
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Attorney Gcorgo Davis
Tho Dcmncinls nrn still talking of,
starting a contest on Ihclr own be
hair, but till, hcrins less and les.
iisciy to 111; inino. AliegatloiM or linn
cry iiavo not heen biikIhiiiciI, nml Col.
MrCurthy has been nnililq to reduce
any of tho evidence to nflhlvlt form,
that Is Iminrluiit enough to go Into
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till;, l-i lie cub and Increasing the
population of Honolulu lyunu hun-
I'l'dthd. uud by Iho jcir 1IS.
I.-.i.m .Mn...l...u .....Z .. t .!-, i.il(nnlll.1 I I
r.tgi y( mi-iuti. r t ." m .,,-:. ''--"'' 1
ill m ui)ps jicopie iirints uuuiuu
tho TcrfHury to beciino ifioinbcrs of
Iho iliib and losldnntn of Honolulu
will l-u'iilltfril Ufl (?pelve thu prlv-
I'egoa of, 'tlio 'rniilcilBJ
Tlio MpnihoralilirCoiltest will have
four annual pi l7.es and eight kenill
u,u-l urUv-i uro to bo a trip to
the Voli-ano Ilouso and return.
rangemeiils would bo inndo after the
Hut of tlio year and tho break with
tlio T K. K. ho did not say.
Cencral Manager Sclmurin has an
Innovation for tlio tripling public ot
the bti allium of Iho line, tlio first
sight of which was apparent wlion the
Mimclimlu came In ycMcrdav.
Filipino musicians to tho number
ot eight .1111 to he carried on all the
ste.uneis of hu Mall company and
tile Ural of these bauds was taken
1 1 0111 Iho Oiicnt on tlio Manchuila no
that Schwcilu iiliiitiull could see how
popular they would le with thu pas
sengers. Ko well did Iho Innovation take Unit
ill the steamers will be supplied witli
-muslchins us soon as possible, the
'"" :"' nightly coneurtB being much
Asked im to liow trado i-onillllniM
weio lu the t)rlnnt Mr Schwnrln slat-
ed that everything was about nor-
mal. ho inado an oxhaiMlhn study of
romlltioiiu In .lapan, China ami the
, l'hlllpplnps and Is sulialled Willi tlu
outlook, according In his, optimistic
( (Continued on Page 4.)
PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY
TITLE TO THREEIAMERIGAN SUGAR
Can Not Affect Them
AND ISABELA THE ONES
Director of Lands Says Opin
inds Says 0pm-,
5. Attorney Gen-
Sales in Coi:-
ions of U, S
foimity With Law.
"No m.ittor what tho te-m't of
this luc.tl-,uliuli uy Oc.igmu In lu
g.ird to the r-uiu i.iii.Iu Is, ilic.e can
be no line. (Ion In ii-Kid to tliu lilies
to Hie Isabella. Mliidoio and C.i-
ta nb.i .-. utes." mid c.iptalu Clnules
II. SlefliiiT this morning on thu
Miiiiciuiiiii in tpcnkins; ot ilia ilnco
Iiiiko ui i oi land winch have been,
tin tit t f .in iii v ii i.l 1 1 ti I urn ii 1 1 it I
w ' -
lion (Ho lto.nau (Jilholk. Church, In
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riit I.I.....I lltit fti.l MimIii tliPK, Irt
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a distiiigulbtie.) ii.nty nil going to
I Warhli.gteii lo tell Coi.Ki I-, nt tlio
ti-cii-n-.it o l.-itcspiilallve Maitln of
Colorado, Just how the public land
ijut-slioii U h.i-idle.l In tho l'hlllp
pllirs, mid why i-ertaln mon li.ul an,
rKlt 0 ., ,,u,0 land v-likli was Tor
ti, t, t ,.., wi-j wisliul It.
,-,,. ,,. n, ,,-!-,. c-i,.i,,.r w .llr.-i-
.... .,, ,,, ,, , . ,,u in tin.
hands and h is dlieet ehargo of thu
iidmlni: tint Ion mid rale or leatu of
tin- pnlilk di.l-.iulli. Willi him 1110 a
number of other high oniel.ils, his
dlieet chief being Ciiiiiiluslnc.r
Dean 0. Wouester, tccn-lai' of tlio
Interior, and wnio iipilietv 1 lid
hrr.thcr liavo pnrcliiu'i'il or leaced
land, Jiom tho I'h'jlpplno B-ivcrn-nu-iit.
Bib iillvc Scprvatry l-'niuk W. Car
pen ice ul:o 'i.ii an rst.it.i which ho
lentcd fioui Hie (lovertriipiit with tho
right of iiiirrlWo ill duo eoitrro, and
ho Is to tell what ho knows about
.11... u-1.ln Iri.liini-lllill. I
..,...,,,.. (.nll01 , vilnn.nr. who has
,.,. m , ,,u, to all the land
I Knows more about that part of
ii, , ,ll,. Il.an ..i.voiie eli-e III
tho partv rriurrcntltiR tho legal olid
iif itm t.litl.milup eovcriimenl.
Htifacl Del Pan, a prominent Manila
(Continued on Tace 81
Our Ooomc Was With Defeat
ed Candidate When He
According to one of Urn .Now 10 k
iiaiiers, ficorga ll. uatier. 1110
ex-Oovoinni-of this Territory ami tnoiixteeu and tiine-teiuns per ceui,
I ..f i, ...in. .1 Im-iillv uilrcnttMIIll ual-
it... wiih oecunled iii supplying thu
doom lit tlio ho.uluuarters of Condi -
datu Stlnisoii on iluctlon night,
Tho story of tlio evening as ll
piissed among thn liuincdlato friend t
or (ho ilefealed raiidldate for (lovenior
of Now Vorlc Is told as follows;
Surrounded by his family, a few
personal friends and n dozen or motu
nnwHiuiiiur men. Henry I Btlmsoii
sat In his headuiiarters In tlio Hotel
i,,vi i.t-nninL- n.l nuleilv
listened to tho returns.
"Vou may congratulate mo which -
cer way It goes," Mr. Stlmson hud
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sum lo llieniin tvuu ..iit.i-i. uu hhh
dutlliK tho day, und when the election
of Mr. Dlx became certain, ho shook
hands with a few, haying: "Yes,
congratulate in--; Pvn nothing to e
gret." "Ilnvr you eotre to ntlend the
wiiko?'' oxchiln.pt! Mr Stlmson, In
(Contii ued on Parjc 6)
OF HAWAII, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 191012 PAGES.
(AbhocIuImI l'rtss Cable.)
NEW YORK. H. Y., Nov. 28.
illegal craibiration in lcitramt of
tuue, Ihc (fcVcmmcat todiy began
suit to d.si.lve the i.:nway.
iveaty-ninc ubiid'wy cominci
,. .. u, Jt jjni. eiai, tr: wt.
N.i l'-a; .hi. ucail ay of Uflll-
fpinin, th: Alamcla, tb: Sp:c ktls
i u i, c ..mi it -n li.tui seo.
Amour, tic individuals also made de
fendants in the suit arc the Have
Jehn.i D. Spisckcls aid
fr'-vukcli. and President
Joscpa arrun oi me mormon unurcn.
iie cir?.int fkf for rdflf from
tlic nllejcd ombination and the ap-
rr'ntment of ji' reviver if necessary.
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til,! IVILIVIItU I. IIIV I.' ."TV " ,....
com pan lis
' l'"ibtlc?i- the beet mgiir Melorl.-s.
"'inil by Iho
factorw Ic l.irrolv
American Sugar Coin-
ikiiiv. mil ihc Hiiretk.-is nii"ici i
ro """ " ' ,,,M ' " ,- '""", ,V",
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!',,, I'l lll.lv '. I" l i'1' .v.-'. .-...-
the "I'lilon" fimipntiv niniilloiipil 'a
a riu,,iir iir'n. tliiiita llarbna. tin 15I1
It lr n-t
eMa'n that tr" Aiue I" ill
Hi.pir ( oinu-i.
l Intcieited lu this,
f.u-lorj la near Sj
",0 li' ,,ul '
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WArilllNCiTON, D. C, Nov. -JH.--
t ... 1 i .... -.. M.'n l,.i..-.. nii,1 ! irlinrn
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M ' "l ll'" '"niiuK fc-ilon o (on-
W "' ' l"H'H- "cl" "
npp.nprla.lriu. of 3.u for no
ATTACK UN LUHUb
WILL BE KLPT UP
(Rp.ll.lt till II.M III Calil.' )
,)NH')N, ling.. Nov. US. -I'arlla-
Jliiunt dli-iolvixl today. The liberals
will api.oil to tho i-oiintiv 011 tlio'
iuerrgi.thi'4 of Hie House of Uirds,
a (iiichtlon that baa dlstiitncii 1110
cntlio icsrlon. 1
ILLINOIS HAS MORE
THAN FIVE MILLIONS
(S.liil II ll I 1 u t In Cll.lc.)
WASIHNdTON, 1). C Nov. 'J8.
Thu (onsiis biireiii toduy gave out
, ,o ouiu:,,. .. e- i-r e a u
i. . . .. . .1.. ...... ...
Iho ollluhil llgini"! for the Mato of
Illinois as u.t.an.ntn. an nicica ..
I ..... a
I iii m
l "Simny Jim" MrCamllcBu and bis
j luldo mo duo lo teturu on ll.o Wit
i . . . . ..1.
W. M. Mclluald, who engaged wmi
V. C. Driver lu a gun tight on I'orl
fctu-i-l u lew weeks ago, will appear
In pol'co court loinoiiow morning for
prctliulii uy huiilng.
Cheong Uiy. convicted of assault
' !. - .o,oi'- mil. will bo un bctoro
Judge Cooper tomorrow ror sentence,
1 The llcinsp hind will meet at I
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A raso In which ssjivestor uniicn is
(haiHi'il with using biiiss knuckles lu
an assiiiilt'-upou somo omploycos nt
Bwa PJ.iiitu'lon was brouvht for con-
sldeialbui at tiollci' court this morulug
luit uiou icunesl of tlio iittorneyH Iho
mallei' was liosliumpd until Thursday
brings permanent results
SEES A LIFTING
Seat'.Ic Member of Chamber of
Commerce Party Returns
THINKS I HAWAII "HAS
CHANCE FOR MARKET
pl0h j.-onl Banlcor Says rraclc
Rwailoiia With Orient Must
rjc Developed .Willi Gloat
A llu.il lliliiiK of tlio bnjco'.t on
American made -oo.ts In China Is
teen by Jacob Km Hi. of Seattle, as
the hmiiII ot tho visit to tho Orient
of Chambers of Comineicu rcpreseii
lathes from the Coast and Hawaii.
Mr. l-'urlli Is ro'iirnliig on tlio Pacific.
Mali liner Manchuria from lliu Ori
ent, where ho went Us a delegate from
Mr. Kurth Is a former pr.-M.lent ot
th-i Seattle Chamber pf Cohimerre,
p-.eshlent id tho 1'iigot Sound Nntlon
pi Hank, president of tho Seattle
i'lcrtilc Ciiipiiany, head or tho street
rjllwjy syslcni and an pfftccr or ill
lector In many laigo business enter
pi ho. Ho Is considered 0110 or Hi"
hrcw.lest llnmclers on tho Coast ami
Is a millionaire several tlnuis over,
lleslilei all this, ho Is onu of the pow
ers behind tho municipal throne in
l-c No thwest metroiMills. Whenever
they liao an election up In Seattle.
ho Is the 111-111 nh'i sits hack and pulls
the string that maker, tho politicians
Mr. Kiitth M-e not only better
Ir-ido irh,'-iM for tin future between
Iho r- t iil "i- i-'put hut Im
Iwecn Hawaii ami Ih'" Hr'pi as well,
and I'" I' Inclined l' belluvo that soiiid
of Hie P"i --vlucta (-(iiihl dmclop
a sub "i lid ihtIo" ii. China .
II.. Ibln'ts tn las' vcstlgo of lh
flvp)c,ir-oli b(j(-)lt on American
goods h been lifted.
"One T ,.ur chief missions was to
expl.i'n lo Mnh Chlnesa odlcials nn-l
pioniln.'iii Chlnei." merchants th-tt
the llnlled Stiites bus nothing hut tin'
best feeling for China, and that wo
mo extremely desirous that Iho hoy
rntt ihould Im removed, I think In
this wo wero cn'lioly snccpssful, The
lm.u-n will iiudoul.tp.tly Im lifted. In
(Continverl on Page 6)
Association Meetinn; Is Very
Profitable and Outsiders
(Hi'ilnl 11 11 1 1 ell 11 Ccmttpondi-iiuu.)
i A 1 K 11 Mi. iii ivriv 'ii -I'lin
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llll.' Auminl'illl.li 11 riLi llnl.l nt (lift W'lll.
oih' Association was held nt. thu Win
uk 11 Public Scohol yesterday. Tliuto
wero thlr'.y-llyo teaehcrB presonl. Ow;
lug to tho hieukdown of Principal
Mitcdonald's machine, thu Lahulmi
tccl.ciH wero not present. Tho meet
ing la -'ui'd lo bu one of tho most
since., fu oer gllcu by tho Maul
tcjihci i in thu Intot est ot education.
Many vis. ih wcro
took er.-at lnl.iiPHt I
mid weio made belter judges of the
fixrelYnt wink now being cinrled on
III Hils ciinly by thu icacheia for tho
oeiieni ot tlio rnnureu inoro weru . i u. uiv ion b net i....i..-.t, ...,...u.a
demous'iatlve class work In phonln lune telalned thu senlcos at Wasli-
icidlnn uud sloiv tolling. Tho follnglon of fotpier Congressman le-
It.u't.itf -tn.-.i.ti. u.-iu purrtoii out orv burn In mi allemiit to nrovent tho lie
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Address - Tho KlllPletipy of tho
relic d- Mr. Copohmd
Class Demiuniitl m Story Work In
(liades III nml IN' Mrs. Austin
(Continued on Pace 2)
Noted War nnrmqnnf.rlenf: And i
Oriental Authority Talks On
Probable War , :
That there t an Inevltairo clash leprercntathcs of Ihc Pacltlp Coast
coming In the near future between chambers Is the mint stilklugi c.x
lapiu and Iho United States is the ample of this.
pinion of Thonins l". Millard, war, "Thcro was talk of antl foreign
orrcspLiideul, epeclal teprcscntatUo rioting at Nanking at the time tho
of an Ameilcaii mugu7lno lu the I'ar delegates were In China, but that
Hast and student of Oriental alTnlis was an absolute canard. The very
for decade, who pasw-d through day that statement was Hashed over
Honolulu on tho Manchuria lod.iy en the world, more than one hundred
iiiitlu lo New York. i thousand persons turned out to wol-
lu speaking of the Chinese sltua- como the visiting bpaliicss men at
Hun fl.ln 111111.11 1 ti.r M, Mlllni-il u.ilil I Iii tt L-iivv- n il p.itiitiul rn I Inn iiniial-
111.11 1I1IU ...T..l..f. ..... ..1.1...... ..
that until rlx months ngo ho hcllev-
cd lint an -ictual clash could bo
avoided, but that dcvelnpmciils In
Ihat tlmo have rondorc.l tho sltiia -
Hon bo ncitlo In'ft country whore'tho -
...tA.A.t.. nf II... It.,.. i..fl,.tiu ..i-.i ill.
Illll I1PIH ill I1IU llll" llilllittia iv
nmertlriilly oppeseff Ifint" fhe"clas!i
''People In the United Slates do
not realize the situation lu China
today," said Mr. Millard. "Tho open!
door poll y has no friends' among thn
ntlier iiowcts except (lermniiy, and tolled hj tho Jniiancso press, which
with that r'uglri cxcrptlnti th? Uiil-. Is controlled by tho government
ted States 'anils alono for prcscrv- j I'Jveu tho re-ent railway loan wa
Ing the Integrity of tlic Umpire. misrepresented. ,
"itussl.i and Japan havo a secret ' levn Was Eroeh-Making. ,
ngrcement that neither will Inter- "That loan by American flnnnclera
reip with the other In Manchuria, Uyas an epoch-making event In tha
nml there Is n secret understanding! Chinese empire, for ll was the ITrst
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oeiwecn i;iigiauu ami .i.iuvo nu-.c
by the latter Is not lu a position
to lake an open-door stand, l'rnnco
Is utile 1 with' Kursla, and that leaves
hut '' t'nlti'd Stale' and (icriiinuy
stun -g cnoii'.nr fur the Integrity
or tho empire wlilili bus been look-
cd upon for so long with greedy
csps liv the nations of Kuropc.
"China realizes' tliat tho I'liltcil
Htutes Is her Imst friend, und I think
ine ovation nun re rpiion given id
Iho Clilncre 101111norrl.il bodies lo tlio
SURVEYS BEGUN OF FORT ST. 4
PROPERTY INCLUDED IN -
Surveys have already been ordered
In coiinecllou with thu cundemnutlbn
of thu Knit kneel piopurty uecosaty
to cnhtiKu thu Muhiikii slto to an en-
tiro block, tlio bibls of Iho action hu
Ing the calile that was received by
Prlnco Kulilo limn Secietary McClel
Ian tit Washington stating, "situ con
This cable Is coushleied olllclal, as
far as Its llnallty Is coucetued. U. S.
Attorney Ilieckuns ttuled this morn
ing Unit he had not received word
himself as yet but Ihat as soon us hu
was untitled lo pioceed by tho De
pal meiit ot Justice tho papcis hi thu
cite would hu leidy 10 bu Hied.
llieckmiti stated that thu calile re
ccUcd Saturday bj Ktihlo was from
an olllclal ot thu Treasiity Depart
ment . Tho United States Atlornc)
also present who considers Unit It is aiithorilatlvu In
in wl',.1 thoy saw,!""' "vmt and means that no tlmo Is
' '' l"ht I" Proceeding with tlio work
c comicmnnii m.
As bus heen stated In tho II it 1 1 e
1111:11 iiikiiiuuou 01 uiu prueceuuiKs 01
I condemnation. This has been nppnr-
nitly been unsuccessful and Iho noxt
fight will Ite In tho United Stutes Dl--
trie) Court ngaliisl the Kedcrnl (luv
einnipnt acquiring tho land for tho
sum of laT.O.OOO, whlck has been ap
i pioptiatcd for the purpose.
It is a mistake to cramp a public
annourcrcincut in n snu'.l space, or
dress up a let of false prctcues ai
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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allelc.l in tlic history of tho country?,
"Japan tried to li'nck this roccpt-
Inn through tho Chlnccc Utnplro Jk- 1
tho onimerclal bodies but whsniJn'I'T'l
t,ut" - ersful. When tills wan found to
T n l-iii.wlliln limit llin luitnitcn t-itV.
1. .1 1".. r . ui , ...... ..m -u. ,... l - m
rnimcnt font u delegation of business J
J'lrfrii on n tour of China; tlilafliap
pencil hirt April. They were r'ccclv, .
ed with tourtesy, but that was nil.. -5
"i:cr5tl1lnK thnt tho tliilted jt
States does In China today Is dls- 3
nine inai uiiina una i..-ei. iii.iu tw
borrow money nt anything like fair
rates of Interest, and il means' tlulC
financiers of other nations must nowf
como down to the terms offered lit
tho t'nllrd States." i
Mr. Millard has boon In thn Ch'U
nere empire for more that, a yeat
past, the greater part of which hs
been spent around pelting, and as hi
Is 11 recognized nuthorlty on Orli
ciiiiii iuehiious ne is ucitcr uitojw.i
(Continued on Pace (H "r5?
AREA US. WILL CONDEMN
Tho ptopeify holders now place an
'i:ult.iblo valuo of approximately
I50O..MI0 upon their land and improve-
iiriiIb. A largo Hum has been exiend-
Vd by Cautlo & Cooke In fitting up
their new unices In tho Cummins
block, which will bo affected by the
condeniinitlJii of the Port Mrcot pro
pcily. i i
Upon complaint of'iiU wlfo. JVwka,
tins been IihIrcI at the pollcp statk&
ehsigcd with using Itirc.Uentn
Purclmsu of tho Spreckcla Ill'oek.Jiy
C. Hrcwcr & Co., has been followed
b) 1 1 1 1 1 1 ) c. 1 1 at u construction of all1 "ex
tension of tlic block in the rear fori
etilaiKCd nllUo aceominodiitloti. Aleifal
story extension Is being erectod In
tho rear of tho building' that will bn
tited exclusively for largo nndalry
nlllees for tho heads of departments
of the largo coniniliisloii nud shipping:
AnotTicr largo bankruptcy petition
has been Med with the Clerk of tho'
United States Court, Jlro Santokl, a
storekeeper, picBcntliig his schedule
of liabilities and nssols this morning.
pu.iiwni huh iiuuiiiuos uniuuuuuK tu
112,712.78, his nstots arc nil and ha'
nsWti for III,, evnnintlnn .if 13(10 nep-
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1 nn.i i,nnK,,i,i,i ipp.i.iii r- J
rtioni iirtMieriv. ronRiKiiiic ui cioiiiiitu
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