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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4920.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
MESHES TIGHTEN ON
SUGAR TARIFF IS
SAFE FOR THE
Democratic Leaders Declare
Reduction Must Wait For
NOT READY TO CUT
OFF SIXTY MILLIONS
Income Tax Legislation May
Make Increase In Revenues
But Action Now Doubtful.
By C. S. Albert.
( Special fl u 1 1 e 1 1 n Ccrrrapoiul nee. )
WAHHINOTUN, U. C. Apr. S3. Tho
(mention uf what shall !- done with
sugar during the revision of the tariff
In bothering the House Dcinocruls,
lteprcseiitutlvo Underwood, the new
iliiilriiuin uf the uiyn and means com
inltlee, declares Hint thlH subject must
wiilt until ull iitliiT reductions have
been completed. Ie says the present
revenue eoinluK from taxation uf sugar
l.i something like K.O.UOU.OOO u yeur
mid n Milimltute fur this Hlim limit
ho round before It Is appreciably less
(rent pressure Ih being brought to
hear upon the ways mid ineaiin com
nilttee to Like up tint reduction of
MiKar duties. Kesponse to this demand
Js not yet lit sight. Nothing will )
done, in-cording to Chairman Under
wuimI, until nil other features of' revi
sion lire out ijf the way.
Income tax legislation would nfTord
mi opening for modification of the sug
ii r schedule. It could eindly be lower
id. iilnnic wllli many othern. If the
revenues of the government nro unex
pectedly Increased by MOO.OOO.OOU rroni
ii tux on Income.
DOES FREAR WANT
Honolulu's loan commission, under
tli direction of which the funds) for
schools, roads, bridges, mi uriuory nml
other public IniproveinentM uro to bo
expended, Ih now up for consideration,
ami the Republican executive commit
tee Ih preparing a list of nameH which
will bo given the committee's endorse
ment. tinder the loun bill, the commission
Ih to consist of tliu superintendent of
public works and the mayor of tliu
elty nml county, toKether with three
other persons to be niniied by Govern
or. Thus fuf no appointment!) liuvo
The Hepubllcnn eonnnllteo has de
ckled upon three mimes, with n pnssl
hie change In one endorsement, anil
these names will bo submitted If Ouv
ernor Freer wishes the endorsement of
the committee. However, unlesH he
nsks the endorsement. It will not ho
Blven, said Chairman Cooper this
Albert U Howard, second steward on
the I'ucllle Mall liner Maucliiirja, en
tered u plea of BUllty before United
States Judge Clemens this inornliiB to
the Indictment returned by the Brand
"Jury, charging lilm with snuiBKllnB
opium Into the Territory. Howard will
be up for sentence tomorrow inornlnir,
but It Ih Intimated that ho will escape
Willi light puulsliinent hecnusu of In
fonniitloii that ho has given to the
ITulied Stntes authorities which throws
considerable IIkIiI on the opium smug
gling lis practiced on tliu ships cunilng
from the Orient.
Henry, the mini who wns arrested
with Howard, also on the Muncliurla,
pleaded not guilty to an Indictment
and Will Iiuvu u Jury trial.
Grand Jury Is
Citizens Of Hilo Will Arrive
' Tomorrow To Testify In
( Hicl.tl It u 1 1 e 1 1 n Wireless. )
HILO, May 5. Subpoenaed by the Federal grand jury, teverat prominent
retidentt of Hilo will leave tomorrow on the Mauna Kea for Honolulu to
appear before the jury and tell what they know about the teandal that hat
racked Hilo High School and the town itself. When the tubpeenat were
terved, It became known that Lelnnd S. Connett, editor of the Hawaii Her
aldi Stephen L. Dosha Jr., principal of Haahco school, Hlloj Evylyn Van
natta, a schoolgirl whose name figured in the stories of rows between Mrs.
Mary 8. Compton and Principal Richmond) and William Campbell of Hilo,
who also figured In the testimony before the Board of Public Instruction,
have all be til culled to Honolulu to testify. A former nervant In the Lewis
household, whose name figured in some of the most sensational testimony, has
also been subpoenaed.
One of the cm l id Jurors took his pen
III bund, yesterday mill expressed lilm
elt mm follow on tie. subject of Mary.
tlniH nddlng a new line of poetry to
thnt nhkh linn llgurcd In Mio Cninptnu
itlchinond rave, Including Connei's mill
.Mury lind u luireln skirt, ' ,
I'nr siiffniBettes you kiinw,
And ovrrywliew thnt Mar' unit
That skirt did maltu n kIioiv.
She wore It to the moIiooI one day.
Which didn't look Just right;
The teachers tried to put her out,
And then there wiih u Unlit.
Hovel Due for Destruction
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Federal Experts Fail To Find
Cholera In Many Samples
Of Manoa Water Examined
The fuel thnt the spirillum of chol-
era lias not been louud lu the kuiiipIch
of Manoa water examined by Hut red-
mil pbyslclaliH Is not considered con-
elusive evidence one way or tho oth-
er, In the opinion of Dr. Cuniu Tliu
eniinces oi isolating mo cnoierii'pirii-
1 ii i it nre so few us to make tho clfort
practically negative III results so fur
as proving the Infection of the Manoa
. i.. i.. . i
lliru poillin is ciilllll lieu.
Dr. Ourrlo tells of tho dllllcultles of
isolating cholera organisms In water
"In attempting to Isolate the splrll-'
linn of cholera from n largo body nCt
water, such os a stream, tare pond,
etc. the chances of success are very
small. In countries where cholera Is
common, It N very much tliu exception
to lie able to Isolate the orguulHiu fiom
water, even when such water is dally.
The Hoard thev tried In Kettle it
I lty inukliiK Mnry hlkei
Hut then the kids took up the quarrel,
And they, begun o strike.
So Mnry then fixed up her skirt
Ami left, without u frown,
To teach us Honolulu folk
Aa lu tliu Itnluy Town.
The teachers tried to lur lier way.
They "disapproved her work";
Hut the Until Ih Mils- I tell you what.
They hate the harem skirt.
(signed) in.nnm.Y iioiihii
by Board of Health.
causing cases of cholera among tliu
pcrsuhH drinking It. The chief renson
for this Is the small number of spirilla
promt In proportion to the total
number 'of other bacteria In the wu-
tcr, as well as the small number per
uiui ni iniui in mo wilier examined.
Still another reusun Is that while sum-
plcion may point, ror example, to a
certain place In a tarn pond, of having
inrected n case wltli cholera llvo days
before, by the time the sample of wa
ter Is collected the cholera organism
may have died out lu this spot, or by
Us own motility, or by the action of
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It used to be u compliment in say
it woman li ml a mobile countenance
but now nothing less than tin automo
bile countenuueo will do.
James Melville Mousarra! Is to be
the new District MaElsttulu of Hono
lulu. Ills appointment us a successor In
William II, l.ymer was announced this
morning by Chief JusMce Hoberlson.
Moimairat will begin his duties on
the District Court bench Monday
morning, bis appolulmont being for u
full term of two years.
Tho apiiolntinent of Monsarrat
rmno nn nn aLsohite mirprlsc to tho
local members of the bar. Ids iinmo
not IiilvIiik been nictitloiied nmom;
the list of- available cnudidalcs. lu
referring to tho upiioliitiiient this
inornliiB Chief Jnstlco Kobertsou
"Mr. Monsarrat was not a cnmll
dato for tho place but was highly
recommended by several members of
tho bar, Ho Is a man of mulur-)
years nml experience and I llilnk wo
uie fortunate In securing Ids servicer.
He knows the cnnituonlty thorough
ly mid plionlil make u good man for
lAiner reigned n District Magis
trate to take a pluco In the firm of
Thompson ami Wlldir.
(Assocliiteit rrH Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 5. Dit
quieting reports from Mexico have
alarmed tho government tor the safety
of Americans at Acaputco. Ambassa
dor Wilson reports conditions there in
tolerable, the populace apparently ready
to attack the "gringos." Warshlpt will
probably be tent to protect the Amer
icans. MEXICAN CAPITAL
MAY BE BESIEGED
fAasucluted Press nalile.)
MEXICO CITY, Mex., May 5. Grave
fears ar felt here for the capital of the
Republic, as the insurgents are threat
ening hourly to march to the city and
betiege it. The American residents are
REBELS TAKE T0RRE0N?
AssnctiilPd lns Cable.)
EL PASO, Tex, May 5. It it report
ed here that the rebels have taken
(Associated Pn-sf CaUo.)
EL PASO, Tex., May 5. The peace
commissioners, General Francisco Ma
dero and Judge Francisco Carbajal, aro
awaiting the reply sent to President
Diaz suggesting his resignation.
(Associated l'rese CnblfO
DOUGLAS, Ariz., May 5. The Mex
ican consul here has been Informed that
the reports of Mazatlan't fall Into the
hands of the rebels was not true.
fPrt-tat llul I el In Cable.)
TUCSON, Arts., May 5 The South
ern Pacific wires today confirm the re
port that Mazatlan has not been cap
tured. CORDOVA IS QUIET;
COAL ALL OVERBOARD
(Associated Press Cable,)
CORDOVA, Alaska, May 5 Follow
ing the exciting scenes of yesterday,
when a cargo of coal on a British
steamer was dumped overboard by
Cordova ciilzent to show their anger
at the treatment of Alaska coal fields,
quiet was restored today by the local
police and United States marshals.
(Associated Press CatriA.j
TOKIO, Japan, May 5. The Anglo
Japanese commercial treaty was for
mally ratified today by the Imperial
Ortie McManigal Makes Con
fession Of How Times
Building Was Wrecked
(Special 11 ii lie tin f'aliie)
LOS ANQELES, Cal., May 5. John J. McNamara, secretary of the
structural iron workers, and Jamet McNamara, accused of being James D,
Bryce, who dynamited the Los Angeles Times building, were today arraign
ed, following their Indictments by the grand jury. They will plead to the
murder charge on June 1. O. E. McManigal, who hat turned state's evidence,
was not arraigned.
DEVELOPMENTS IN DYNAMITE CASE
Ortie McManigal, one of trio of arretted men, repeats in Lot Angelet
confessions of guilt he made in Chicago.
James McNamara Identified as "J. B. Bryce," indicted for blowing up
Times office. Identification said to be most important link in chain proving
Labor union leaders prepare defense for three accused men.
Union men make bitter attack on Duins and McManigal, alleging Mc
Manigal in employ of great detective.
, I.OS ANGKUOS, Apr. 27 Ortie Me
ManlRul chuiiKfil his nllnd today after
former Judge Hilton had puhllidied a
denial'' Hint any of the dynamite sus
pects had confessed, lind decided to
turn slates evidence.
Word wn sent In the district attor
ney mid McMi ilgiil was laUvii nt ouco
across the strict to the pioscculor.
Present were District Attorney Freder
icks, the olllclnl fctfiingriiphcr. Sheriff
Ilaiumcll, I'ndcrsticrllT Hraln, Juller
(tiilliiRlicr and on of the Hum detec
tives McManigal told of dynamite plots
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Miss Oralee List and the Horse from which She Sold the
In spite of the fact that MIih Oralee was not nble to use the arm uny mure
1,11 wrenched her arm, which has been on horseback.
,,,,.. Hhe went to her hotel, bandaged tliu
umlir the physicians cure In thoHtfitea mn ((t Wi (() h)k) w((l lit,( al, t,.a
for the past year nml ever since her ,,, i,Uik to the llul let In otllco
nrrlvul here a week ago, she hud a for the second edition, with which she
good day yesterday, and the public wont to her old stand on King mid
showed thnt It wns the friend of the ,-urt in-ctn u,i proceeded to sell pa
It ill let In mid Miss List by On. way ,.rH h mt eukes.
the second edition melted from her .r u,,, remainder of this week the
hands on King streit. I Oklahoma kIH will sell the 11 il lie
Out on Horseback. 'tin, und ufter that time alio will take
After ushiB the Schuclit cur for threo ,n, hhiio other work for several weeks
days. Miss 1.1st started out on tho uni perhaps mouths,
llullotln horte yesterday uftcriioon. During her stay lu Honolulu Miss
mid It wus while she was on King i.ut has met several persons who knew
street with the first edition that she M.r In llie Htntes. C. K. Drown, now In
Inadvertently used her left hand, cans- the elty, having llrst seen her In Byrtt-
Iiib ii lulent wiench which strained
the dhow In such u milliner that shu
extending over ii period of threu years,
alinnit ull of which were sunemfiil,
and of property destroyed totaling $).
000.0OU III wilue. II HKik three linum
for Me.Maillgnl In enumerate mid pro
Vide the Millent features lu the .u.im
inoth criminal conspiracy.
Termt Are Supplied.
He not only furnished complete tes
timony as to the material circuit)
Htnncei but also supplied the term' of
the conspiracy nlid the motive behind
Its vast and hidden wot kings.
Ho arcused J J McNainnra. scire
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cuse, iiflerwuril In Cleveland, Denver
GAS COMPANY TO
Plans Extensive Additions
Plant and Big Main
NEW STOCK ISSUE IS
Present Preferred Outstanding
To Be Called In and $150.
000 Put Out to Piovido
l'lana for tho most Iniportant de
velopment of the Honolulu (las Com
pany ever undertaken havo been
mule by tho gas company and will
be deckled upon llnnlly and n spe
cial meeting uf the stockholder!) call
ed for next Thursday nfletneon. Tho
plans Include not only extensions of
nn, elaborate nature In the facilities
for handling tliu gas, but largo addi
tions to the plant unci a new Issiir of
prefened stockT'lhu lisuu' to be !).
000. The new stork Issue will he madu
to care for 'the coilly Improvements
planned, tho niost Important of which,
from the standpoint of tho public. Is
(lie extension of tho gas stystem to
Kulmukl by means of a liue main,
and the distribution of gas lu Hill
rapidly-growing section of the city,
lu fuel. It Is the growth of Honolulu
and the number or homes being built
that necessitates the move on tliu
part of the company.
New Stock Issue.
The llmuiclal urruiigcmcntii in
planned are considerable. One bun
die.! thousand dollars of preferred
stock, now outstanding and entitled
to mi eight per cent dividend, will
lie called III and a now Ismio. made,
Iho new Issue being H50.0Q0 preferr
ed wllli a six per cent .cumulative
dividend Tho entire capitalization
then will be JI.W.ouo, common ami
$150,000 preferred a nnl Incrcami of
jaO.000 over tho present amount. Tim
present holders of preferred Mock
will exchange their stock for the new
Issue, and llie addition will he taken
by them pro rata if they desire.
Big Holder Planned.
Tho plant at Iwllel will be greatly
Increased. An immense gns-contnlu-(Continued
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Charles lMwiird ltussell Is delivering
a lecture on his experiences at the
partial pavilion of the oung roof gar
den this afternoon, unci liegiiu his talk
souu ufter ::30.
The audience gathered to hear lilm
occupied about half the seating ca
pacity of the room, mid was deeply
Interested In tho tnlk.
( Fneclnl mi 1 1 1 1 n Oal.le )
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 5. Re.
suits in the big leagues todayi
Washington Philadelphia 9, Washing
Cleveland Chicago 2, Cleveland 1.
New York Boston 14, New York 0.
Philadelphia Philadelphia 0, Brook
Pittsburg Pittsburg 2, St. Louis 1,
Boston Boston 6, New York 6.
Chicago Chicago 2, Cincinnati 1.
KAN FRANCISCO. May 0 Sugar:
9(1 degrees test, 3. SI 5c. previous ipio
tntlon, 3.7U50. Ileets: US analysis, 10s.
Id.; parity. 1.18c. Previous uuotatlon,
io. U 3-t.i.