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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1911. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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ANOTHER SHIP-LOAD OF EUROPEANS JULY 1
MEXICO MOVES TOWARD FULL PEACE
ON ARMY POST
Delegate Kuhio Wants Speedy
Expression of Local
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
PLANS MEETING SOON
Delegate KiiIiIo, who tcrilol ill
Immigrant Ship Madero To Tax Rate Will
Can Get 1,000
fur lliiwnll dii July
Associated nr.i f.n.l- )
JUAREZ, Mex May 18 Tho formal
Idignlno of the proclamation of peaca
I.!...... L. imjmrml anrl miiaIii I Ihm s .,
Tlio HU.Idcii thoiiRh iilct departure .trip." he said this morning "In tlio ..,,,. .. . A ...... r '
kraut-, will bo ready to lealo Clll.rnUur " ,lHC0- ll ,!' ,,"',c,, ,lmt " reB''.-I r.l Madero. th. rebel leader, will .tart
Mar sailings are iiuulo from Portugal, ,.., rl. ,., ,...,.. .......
llin Purl IHTIInuii iTnl'nrmilntil It'll! IHUA "
sin' a irt luajin ni.' pjut i iniii.iis iiii siv
cihleRram etlPr.lay from Washing-;"- onslderabl.. Interest In the line. Tlio
toil, asking hi m In Pablo hack an o-1 ,J' ,ho Territorial Hoard 11C IniiiilKrit-, cw euvrrninciit In reported as iiiixIouh
prpissloii (if local Hontlincnl regarding Hon from Its agent nmv In l'uropc, A.! to extend thn lommcrco of I'orttiKal,
11. !-.-! .a at ..!.. i. .. .. l. 1 I 'iimilinll J "j .1 t .1 n. I isillli tlild 11 sirs ul Its fm f lu ifYm-l tiff n Millie. If ll fill"
mi- cnsnRing 01 in" caiuiiy uitinit-nn - v.....,.., v.. ....,.,,... , ..v.... ..v.. ,0 ., . -........, .... DDnIOinMAI PnilCDMnDC
froin Wnlanao or l.cllchtlil to Ilium- It the fuel that steamers will ho iiwill- 11 steamship linn from I.lnliun to New rriU VIOlUIVHL, UUVCnlMUno
lulu, said today that ho Is anxious tn'nl'i-.-. nnil iinotlicr Mb shipment of la-1 York A rcKuliir lino from Lisbon to
get an expiosslon of feeling hero '"'icis Mhoulit hi' Inudi.l In Hawaii I. ite Hawaii uouM ho an extension of tlio
Be One per Cent
Civic Federation Endeavoring
to Get Line of True Pub
enbhd udilces that hao been received
Tho tnx rate for the Territory un
der the taw passed nt tlio lnl ses
sion of Iho LcRlslnlino will not ox-
' " nnn. .. I.. ... ....I..I I
in response to an Invitation from the " ",, ' . L" V ""-'."'.
Diat cabinet. Ho w.ll assist S.nor Ae8iirC Initios W'lllor, Who. has l.ccn
Froncitco Da La Barra. the minister of "'" moniHKii siiiu 10 mo qucs
foreign affairs, In restoring peace.
speodllj, nti.l suggests a public meet
Already tciiinlshl Hiioh are In cahlu
INeiililent 'MorRiin lominuiilrallon with tho Hoard of I111
liolic-y already adopted
Spevlnl elmrlrrH to brine the I111111I
KraiitH tlilx miinmer will not ho do-
will he permanently equipped for tho Just iiirKinl Thin U an evldeneo that
of lh Chamber of Cnniniorcn Is con- nilr.ratloii, nlTvrlnp; to iharter their elded upon until after tho board has has submitted his resignation to the
alilerlliK calllnc nil open luertlni; of "teameiH to tho board for 8pecl.il trlpt ttccurod or fulled to nccuro nnmiranccx cabinet, to take effect Juno 1
ll, ..hmi.lipr and hoarlne nulilln lows WI1II0 iiilviinliiKPniu terum mil bo ob-. of n rcKUlnr lino. mm m
on the matter Announcement of till t"1'1"1' "10 hoard before iIohJiik any I Aitent Campbell Is In London, and
meeting will probably ho made hoo.i. "I'eelnl chillier will endeiuor to carryalls cabled reports Indlcatn that thero
"II Is 1111 to tho commercial bodies, "1 "H Plant for a permanent xtcam- aro plenty of linmlRrantH nvnllablonow.
hiieli an tho Clianibor or Rninmcrco kM" "no ,,ot"ecn European orta and On top of thin, nnnn- 200 Kpanlardtwlin
and Jlcrchalilu' Apsoclallou 'lo call 'n "' Territory. arrlied by the Orterlc lmv mu.ln re-
iH.bllp iiiCQtliiK lor tho imiiaTho or - "r- Vlt,,r K- rl-"k' K.iuiiiltsii.iiPr r .,uetlB that tho board brli.K out hoiiip
.coitali.Ji.ir tho Mntlnipnl ot Iho poo- ImmlRratlui, polu.ed out tw, tlnct of their relative, a ,,. wll.n,
i i,;.. ..,. ,ii.r n,n ,.i,.niL.p or Ibo ndiaiitiiRea In necurliiK .1 permanent ami It 1 probable that 250 or .100 will
..! ,.',, n,.lnLr,.ln K..I.I.. i..dnv llo ll"' 'I l,r,'t I'""'- H'0 ",,'I '' HPCiircd throUKh relatlvet who havo
I .( .-. ., a. r, ,., . ,.-..,,.
tloiin luoIci lii tho now Htiituto
Tlio niinniinconicnt by Anscntsor Wll
dnr lioars 1111L thn rlulnin m:uln nt llin
. . ... . aa- aa A....sr ' ' " "
WILL IMUI tit UHANbtU last I.eRNtatUo kchhIoii hy the opHn
MEXICO CITY, Mox., May 18The cilia or n llxeil rate ami Iho fact that
four governors appointed by President latitude la Riven to proildo for pub
Diaz will not bo changed, it is said He iieeda ilooa not mean that thoio
here, although President Dial himself will ho n big Increase In tho rnte.
"I do not i.ee why tho tax rate
tdiotild bo more than one tier cent i,r
a trifle mor," mild Aiineimor Wilder
HOUSE FOR STAR
this nmrninK "That la my opinion
nt the present tlmo and thero la lit
tle iloulit that 0110 ier cent will ho
approximated under tho operation of
tho new law."
FIFTH DISTRICT WILL
PROTEST ANY CHANGE
Somo of tho prolsloiiH of tho now
law present rather dlflleult problcma)
for solution but ABsesRor believes thai'
they will all bo adjusted nntlr.tttnr-' , public iiieetliiR. called bv !
Hy. Tho dlUslon of tax receipt will t,n t'l Is- IVdoratlon In discuss
cause some chaiiKes In the reporilliiR chanse In the redernl hulldlnR
syslcni of tho tux otllco hlle tho BCi tt ,p i., in the I'nlacp
several section of the I iw rclattiiR o Rrounds nt I 3D o'clock this af-
the distribution or lax Hinds to tho tornoon The bandstand will ho
Counties iiresonl problems ror sidu- used for the speakers. President !
lion. I (IrlllltliH of O.ilm C'oIIcro will
Nearl three nunrlcr of a million preside, and tho speakers will !
dollars has been paid In as tnxes or all t 4- bo OcleRato Kuhlo, V It. Castle,
kinds durliiR tho last elRht days Dnr- Kd Towso nnd tleorgo V. Smith.
Iiir the pcrloil from May 1st lo Mny Tho Cllc Kederatloii announces
17 tho approximate amount paid Id that seats will ho prohled for!'
was $72R.OOU, thn audience
Tho extent of tho rush lo uav taxeit .
Is Indicated by the fart that diirlliR
the period from January 1st to Mny
Willi 11 mass inectlnR In tho I'.ilaco
grnundt this afternoon, called by tho
1st tho sum or afi,500 was paid lutal-' l"l ration In.an tndeaur to R't
- II... ,1... . ..,. . ...Ilvll un.
tno tax nfllco
WASHINGTON, D. C May 18.-
lmmlxrant bimlnesf. and tin accommo- the imnilf-ranlH nro pleased with con- Statehood for Hawaii was presented to
expects lo dlHciifcs Iho mailer wltn
IlrlRndlor-ticiiorni J"n. ","' ,nton will ho better In in my ways dltlo.m hero ..nd will bo .1 powerful aid .tho House of Representative, today In
coinn.andl lip the district of all Bt.c,i,y mud l for ..., In KettltiR morn lmmlKrants. the form of a resolution passed by tho
lie in iiookch in leave on inu wiuiui- -
mliiii next Wcdiu'silay,
Thai thero will be no permanuiit con-
Bliiutlnu work done at Lvllelum Is the
ultled opinion In army circles, ami
thai tlil-s pot will be but 11 temporary
one In thn future seems the opinion of
local iiruij men and of those recently
pitKhiR tbroiiRli Honolulu from W'iihIi
liiRlon, where the were In 11 polllon
(Continued on Page 2)
THETIS OFF ON ANOTHER
MYSTERIOUS TRIP, WITH
USUAL RUMORS OF OPIUM
, Territorial Legislature requesting that
tho Territory be considered for Statehood,
A Jiuy in JinlRp Wliltne'H depart
m.ni 01 inn 1 ,rcim .ri ,..i .-wo m B 0 movl,muIlts
rfiiillieii a mtihii 111 ;" i-m "
ptalntllf, In tho daui.iRo action broiiKht
bv .Marshall, a carpenter, nKalust Con
trol Inr 1'rliiRle anil his usHocliltrH,
Miirshall slieil for Jin.Oflu, Ills attor
ney Ixlnir i:. C I'eters, while Prlnnlo
was represented by Kratik Thompson.
The evidence adduced In Marshall's be
half -.honed that hit fall from 11 senf
fnlilliiK while implnoil at Port ItURcr
by I'ritiEln was due to thn breakliiK of
a scalTiddliiR board of dofocllw- inate
ri.I. Mai-shall's fellow workman was
MERCHANTS PLAN TO
Recommendation that Its member
otwerve June 'J.'. Coronation I).i . as n
full holiday was made yesterday by
die MiM-.liiiuls' Assnrliitlon ut a special
mnlliiK The Chamber or Conimerni
hai iihe.nlv leiommendeil similar uc
tluu to Us membeis
Tho Biidden IhniiRlit cpilot dcpirliiro
of Iho United SIiiIch reu-nuo cutler
TIipIIs Horn the port on last Saturdn)
has Rlien ilbc to a siirmlso that tho
redcial Rincrnnicnt icssel left on a
mission which has to do with walch-
or tho l'aclllr
Mull Hteamcr China as that vessel
steams nloiiR Iho coast lino of tho
island of O.ihu and Kuual cnrotilo 10
Julian and China.
Tho Thetis inado a loiy brief stay
nt II01111I11I11 upon 11 ictuiii from Iij
snu, I. Hl.itiukl and Midway after
IcnvhiR the part) or hcienllllp ineii
at l.asan the former Island emplro
of KIiir Max Kchlemnier
Tho hum- and hu&tlo dlsilneil In
RoltiiiK tho vesMl coaled, watered
i and pioilsloned lends belief lo the
theory that tho Thetis wlillo oslonsl
lily HitlliiiR for llllo mid thenco 10
Laysaii lo Rather up tho sclontlstb
would endeavor lo keep in slRhtliirf
distance of the China, and pel hap
also nlnt-Pls would iihsciio tho inoiO'
meiils of the hlR liner MoiiRolln that
Is duo to nrrlie nt Honolulu about
I hi po o'clock lomonow afternoon fimii
Tho China whllo hem was searched
BIG LEAGUE RESULTS.
SAN TRANCISCO, May 18 The
scores in the big leagues today were:
ON INSANITARY LAND UNDER
SPECIAL FUND OF $250,000
Robert Lincoln of
tho Pullman Car
Brooklyn Brooklyn 2, Cincinnati 1.
Boston St. Louis 3, Boston 1,
of Iho contraband driiK Tlio rcwlc,.v...n()C.v.1,nd wa.hlnnton 6.
scattering litis thai do tin. I their wa Detroit Detroit 9, Philadelphia 4.
Into Honolulu does not npSMr to rIvp sti Louis New York 3, St. Louis 1.
Federal nlllcliils as- much concern eK'CneagoCn(.ago 12( Boston 8.
do Iho whuli sale Importations that- . m ,
tno known to haie landed hero as fjciM PHI I MAM
I.. ..... ...i i... ii, ul... ,I.....M,. ! It I -JUUUIMIll
lllllll-mwil IIJ l(,v iiiiiniiuii iiv.,,liat,-'i.
In prlio or tho li.iiicful driiR on tho
Within the Vast few uiouftliH more than
ono imssiiccPHrfill attempt has been
inado to land opium HhoiirIi ilaclnK
laiRo quantities In water tlRht pack
aRes with the Intention of castliiR
them overboard at.lncliod to lloa's,
later to ho picked up by parties In
canoes or sampans.
Thero Is o.ory roason to tmllnie
that while steamliiR nloiiR the coasts
of this Island or KuiirI fnvorablo op
porlutilty Is nlnred lo set a valuable
pnckuKo ndrlft with Iho expectation
that thn rlplit parly will pick ll up
Tho llltlo cable supply schooner
extensile plans for Iho reclnlmliiR
of Insanitary lands under the I-eclu-
New York New York 1, Pittsburg 6. Htlo nppropilatlon or IZSO.OiiO nio
l-niiaaoipnia nicagq 1 1, rnnaaci- , cr wny 1V iin Hoard of 11PI1I1 I.
President Mott-Snillli of the Hoard of
Health stated this morning that sur
ley work has already been undertak
en nnd that within the cnurso of n
few weeks Iho working plans would
bo rend for discussion
One of the first tracts to rccclio
the attention or the Hoard or Hcultli
Is the land contained within tho aroa
hounded by South and King streets
and the Ala Moan a road. Tho flmt
lib. M.v 18 Pr.id.nt wink 111 this section will bo tho cstab
iisnmeiii oi sireci grimes lor mo piii;
Company has resigned to become chair-, ' ' ,PW(,ra ""-l 'll n"ro tho
mn t lh hn.rd ot n-Ir.Mnr.. .Inhr R. prOIIPr llrilllllllR 111 lllV IlltlllS. TIlO
Runnels was chosen a successor to Lincoln,
CHICAGO, III., May 18 Thero wero
four deaths hero today from tho en
sillies wink on this has already been
started end the grades will bo boon
Tim land between Ku.iklnl and Ho
iptaiila streets dealt with In the ic
Hirt of the special romiulllpo of tho
a line on tho trup Klsl or public sen
timent on thp 1'ederHl biilldliiR site. If
nn line cull be secured, nuil Willi Ibo
hcKliinliiK of H decided uiiiiemelit III
thn I'lftli Dlttrlit uunlnst cliarRlnK tho
slti. aeveral new afpeett hale been
lint to the pro-Mahiikti and alitl-Mn-hlikii
Tim ineetlnir Its tho Palaee grounds
Is aiinoiiuced as non-partWati hy tlio
Clili reileratlon. fpenker have bpeu
Invited lo represent both side of Iho
controversy nnd others who represent
neither side Deleifnle Kuhlo It expect
ed lo tell something about the Wash
ington end of the mutter and how a
Oahu Central Improvement Club wl I proposal to ihaiigo the slto may li
also be among tho Ural to come under receded 1M Towse Is niiiinuneeil as
tho work planned with tho ISSD.OtHi. to speak on the "Civic Culler," W It
Actual plannliiR or Iho work ahead Castle as oppoHliiK n change In the slto
Is oxK-cted I" bo begun by tho new at the present time, and ClenrRo W
sanllnry commission when It holds Hinlth on the necessity for united uc
llB second meeting this afternoon ill Hon
3 o'clock In thp Chamber of Com-, Fifth District Is Talking,
tnorco rooms. The first meeting wasl Thla morning news eutno from Ih'i
for nriraiilzation. Chairman lleorRO ll I'lflh District, which lies mi the west
Carter will preside today, with C
It. llpmeiiway as secretary. The olh-i
er members or tho commission, I). I
Donald II. Clinic, James L. Young
nnd Prof Arthur ll Keller or tho
College of Hawaii, aro all expected to
Tho meeting today will lake up a
lot of piellmlmiiy work and It b
piob.ihle that the general plan oT pro
cedure lo bo adopted will ho settled
Whether the commission will dlvliln
Its work Into committees or do It nsl
CANE CASE GOES OVER
Mile of Nomina street that the Tiflli
(Continued on Page 2)
Anne Marie I'reseott. former editor
a whole Is still to bo decided, as well " "" ""'" " .. " ""
as what work Is lo be take,, up firt l,l""",, "f " K,n to Uom'--mmmm-mmmmmmmm
ultempted siileldn at Hie home last
" - " - - Hun(liy i,y culling In throat with a,
pies of clilc eleanllliess. o(Ter prlrcs lo rarVllB -.nir ,( i, ,, h, (jurcnn
thnip who find the alitdlug plaiei of ii,,,,,--,,-. ,. f loss of blond, but
iniisiiiiiln iiilKRlerH. I rallying u little, llopoa ore held out
The Uoird of Health Is particularly for her recovery .Mrs 1'rescott mif-
Ipleased ut the orter made by the local fernl H mental breakdown shortly be-
.mi-inlitrs or the Women's National f,0 b ua luken to the KlIiR'n
Itlvers and Hal bora Cuii-ti'b to assist Daughters' llonip and la said lo havn
In the iuosiiilto work, taking It to mean Uid h lullticlnatlon that alio wni. a
I the awakening or health through pub- leper
,. ... .. ., ,.. r... tl... II,. Inleiesl I I.11.1 M11tnl.1v ttftfi iimni alio iiaheit 11
.. . , i .i. j. ,i.,i 1 Hi- 11. lie 1,1 IIMIII Ul' -l.,J ,v- ..-- , -- --- -- ---
tho Pnt'lur Mall China may havo becn1,n'r " ""'"" "' ro' "" , . . . .. . , f Toumrrow afternoon the members of Japanese servant for u kntfn. nnd
llin Thetis. oath.red to see th, f,re, and a number m-lu,. has bee,, left 1. the 1 mis or ,, , a ,, K,u.n olrvlIIB knlf ,, ,lll)ry n.
"""" """"', 1"'" " ' ' in the rooms of tho Com rcbil Club eiwnrda was found In her room with
'J Till,- I President Molt Hnilth of Iho Hoard of AMrntn, ttlll , m.0 ,- Dovernor bleeding throat
LA FOLLETTE HOT lleallh. and whulnv'-r day theclubniay Vear ,. A M(lll.Hllimii ,j(.rrU Wl- Dr. Walerhous.. waa called unt sent
AFTER LORIMER PUvi W'" '"' "Kr''e'l,l,J '" "'0 ""'"'.iler. who will tell of miwiilt killing her to tho Queen's llnspltul. He said
WASHINGTON. D. C Ma 18 "r "'"",1 'in the Panama Caniil .one. Dr Pratt ti"la that alio la Improving
and t-uperliileiidcnt or 1'uidle inairuc-
THOUSAND SHEEP ARE I
BURNED IN BIG FIRE
KANSAS CITY, Mo, May 18 One
Klauroncn Ward was an urrlvnl frnm01 "o worst siocty.ro ore. over Known
Midway Island this moinliiR. Her or- .'e " ol" '"- n.rnlno. One thou
fleers u.o InellliPd l.i believe that Iho "- l'cp were burned to death,
small vessel which was iipparciillv.Thouiand. of m. ei and horses, liber- J
l,liT In II... .Ilroellnii fnllnHP.1 bv "'" Irom lnD l"" " !"
' ' ",u !' "- ' " I
ASK DATE FOR
Tho cnhlo ship men worn qucstlon-
from Rteam to storn bv customs moil oil roRiudliiR llinlr mootln-; with sain-
wlth Iho expectntlon that a lingo pans, hut claliiipil Unit with Iho px-
1 fii-inllly or opium would be ime.iilli- copllon or a sail or I wo row vessels
oil TIip tin i-iinie rroin San lrau-, wmo Piicoiinlercd on Iho twcnty-lhrno
I Cisco Unit the I'aelllc Mull lllii-r w -s dav tilp from Iho nild-l'aelllc cablo Senator La folleito of Wisconsin is ox
can ling thousands of dollars wnrlh Million
Alt Hlnc. rhargid with having pur
lolnril mi" Plu-n or sugar i-iuie about
tluee feel In length and laliml by lis
owner ul bitwven leu mid ttrii en tents
iH-cupleil llllirll or the time lit District
1 'ouil ihl inclining
Till) Clllneae slli-KPil that he hud be. n
given lb, bit nf augur cam. bv u ll (
wnllan who. lie i-lnlinml. iiflirwnnl
proved lu Uo ail ullli'ir III dlsulc and
iliPioupou ordered l lis orreai or the
1 i. I....
I'fiullnB Um ouwwrom-s of n wltnwa It ' IHh. - ii" "' '"
fo Uib Cliliiffjo Oet-tMlonl, ll) cm wtia inlgrniloii iervlco In lluunlulu. IH
conlinuea unit) tomorrow.
peditlng the Lorlmer caso,
He ha. been '" '"" '"'.". ."""' " "l"? !Z ''"l"'-
srrf, ?:vrr: --rr.S'.. - '.?-." -."'!
go lo elaut tomorrow nriornonn, will
ing at r o'rloik In Iho Claiiilinn
will he away about
tm he has inado
thin of the labor ioiiiIIIIouh on Maul
lift will piuceed In Hawaii before re
luming tn Honolulu
lliown expects In mako a completn
1 uporl nf the plantation lalmreis to
ComiiiUaloilDr-lliillei al lieefn,
s a-ai s
IIUUUETIN ADb PAY
MONGOLIA AT THIiCC TOMORIIOV
,' ,. of the bribery earn., ever since he ll","M l"at "'" """u'r " " '' ""' tho elllreiis and tho teachers In tho A ani.oune,..! lo the 11 .1 1 1 ... 1 1 ,, in.
. Iho Claudlno In ' " bery c,a rj r -j fl)ri), , ,,, tairil r ll(N1-tll ,, ,,o movement taken up by l--l .teaml,.p..Mn-,oll.. f.on
t three weeks Af- "7,, w"t.w..7. t h. IMmol. Sen- "' V,T to ",B ''.Ik,., coni.ul tteo , 1H-kB by way of Japan .s.rls. w.l
n thorough Inspec- forl "'" wniiewasnoa in nois oen f(r (j duf (() (,u ulU( )(l ,(0y ,..,,,.,, .rho i,rnraii nr tho n"vo ofT tho poit about .1 u'clodk to
. ..ti.iiii,.,, ,. ii..,,i ator, ..nt I ....... .....-. ....... i ...i. .!,.. ... ii. i.
Ah nnimuiirml In the II ill lot In Ilia
rnp'inil Mil ITADV "'", " 1-"u1'1 '" "" "' ""
rnENLih MILI I AH I ',-," .mica Mntt-Smllh. "ami am bo
AVIATORS KILLED inado n ureal auiio.. If tho nuUllo will
HHEIMB, Prance, May 18, Two mil. tulle It up lu thu right spirit
llary aviators wart killtd today, whtn II U planned lo bring the KllOOl
a monoplana in vhith thsy were ma. utllldren Into tins In llu gBMral WOfb
nsuvirlnu want amuck and itaihtd at sanitation and, In odulllnn to In-
them la the ground, itrwlliia Hnm on lh wnsral prtDSl-
lln.,ll,. I .ll.ri.ru I,..- I,r..l...rn,l .. I.ll.ll. niOIHIW nilPrilOOII , Wll CltW IO Mils
ogrnphy of material now to bo found ertw" l,oc tfcelvM by H Hak
on Iho shelve, of the puhlh. Ilbniry. """ A l'" lll "1 ""I,,H T'10 M""
Tliune vlm nro Intcretlwl In almly or w' J0 ilUimtBhetl for llin i't
reittnii on iho iubj-t .xiii tiiy to oi 10 o'elock 8lun!iiy iBoriiiim. ..
Mlu Allan ot tlio library .cording lo praam mmtm 'lb
i , i. , ,, IgtBginw to lu-lBjtng nlMi-wn hundir.1
TUB linocbBr muhII) gU Uta Wueu ? OrtolaJ Mfca and baa mm.oi
mo unmraor rcuounui iwr wiaso wuhi twMmaire
- iPVtA-tA--, Ata-i UW"