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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY' 19, 1911. 10 PAGES.
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From-' 3n Frsnciieof:
Liu-tine- . ... .May HO
Mongolia -... ... -May 20
llaram.-v. ,....,.May II
SENATE DECIDES BARRACKS
LUMBER TRUST CHARQED
Not Sentiment of People, He Says
New Plan Sprung For
"1 da net: believe that: there has been sufficient change In public Jentl.
incur asr. tether rite of 3. Federal building to warrant me taking any action,"
was the statement of Governor Frear this morning.
"What, dec you. think of the meeting yesterday afternoon In the Capitol
ground! the Governor wac asked
"It: did- nor look to me as. indicating a decided change In public sent!,
menu" replied: the Governor; "Some of those present were for the Ma.
huac alter and. some for other locations. I was originally an advocate of the
h-wiiT site bur thac f-t x very different matter from advocating a change at
the- present- time;
At' action to lireuk the Icii'o held
on properly at fro lane, urf School
street, will be brought by the Ulshop
Kxtate against the On Tal brothers,!
Chllie-he, who have u llflfccn-)cir lease
on the promise. The Ulshop Pstuto
trustees met yesterday and uuthorUed
the bringing of court proeecUlngi.
This uetlon and Its results may cs-
iKIImIi ft unrl nf nreeeilent. nlld Will
-S far as: P know," concluded the Governor, "there has been no change wbU,,1 ,, teret l.y a number
rttiHIIf ta.wfiiwpHf' ffi3i unill4 uiirmnt ms In t-sla-trtn -iviu sflf-lt . 1
Authorizes Court Proceedings
Owners at Frog Lane.
MOVE FOR SANITATION
TO BE FOLLOWED UP
U. S. SUES
EXPERT ON ML
FARMS WILL BE
(Assoc! itrd Press Cable)
NEW YORK, May 10 The govern
ment today brought suit under the
Sherman anti-trust law against ten
companies and 150 Individuals alleged
to be Implicated in a lumber trust. A
gigantic conspiracy involving the fix
ing of prices and blacklists for firms CONFERENCE HELD
Southern California Man To
Start System for Territory.
that refused to
join the "trust" Is
CHANGES IN PLAN
Ttr public; sentiment: that would warrant me in taking any action.
A2 new phase was given tti the cuu
Mwtcwjs oTPr the Ifederar building
ssttt thus morning- when. W C Ai'lil
asaomicrit himself In favor of calling
tmttur public meeting; '" dUcrout two
"PwlWaJ limirtlnc"for Honolulu.
AcM states tliac certain business
hme-rtSf. have- asked hlnu to arrange
a- mi-e-Hntr at which the quest inn
Kr iftthtlmr the- Federal appropriation
m1 uaitlnsr un uiiR- building; on the
-wtsfinal lltthata all., anil one nn tin'
h-wfn site will be conslderad. He
rati tbls 1 "rpconstileratldn" meel
ishc Arhl says, this might be a solu
1k of t controversy, fur mi con
demnation proceedings ot Fort street
frontage would be necessary.
Arhl will not. state the -business
Interests' that are reported bark of
this latest move, but declares hlm
self ready to u ahead with plans fur
the public meeting:.
According- to the Ideas he expressed
this moraine, the building erected on
the Mjhnka site would house the
postolnce, custom house. Internal rt;v
eniuv and oilier federal otllcea, while
Uie Federal court and court ofnce,
district attorney's and marshal's of
fice would be In the building on the
illLIARD CUE IN STEADY
BIND ENABLES TAYLOR TO
MAKE TOUR OF WORLD
ernimn or this evening It has Just
cloned a series of exhibition games
played throughout China and Japan
K left Yokohuma the Slh of this
month, after having- met the best bll
Hunt experts In the Far Cast.
In a series of games plajed at the
IGihe Club, his opponent wus A. Iim
berton.Tvhn was In receipt of 400 points
start In Sou up It was a very Inter
esting contest, ami Tuylor won by 61.
His best break: was a pretty run of 157,
Mr Lamherton played consistently and
well, and stored ten breaks of between
hlrUi. Tuylor Imih but few :n and 30 The scores at close were
oiMMitrfs yc tn visit in onler to Taylor 100; Lamherton, 738.
tlwr letter of Ills- Intention upon On the following- evening at the
tffcrtlmc Mtt from EuKian.I four years Hhlnko Club. Kobe, a similar name was
Mtn pluyeil, with air Morris as the opposl
Tu,rW l fit tiop at arranging- nn. tlun. On this occasion Taylor was right
ftuIirtlMt matetl ar irunnlulii tills aft- (Continued on Page 6)
Eandir In December. 19U8.
HHts eter but a. steady hand and
w .letermtuallun Ja. tour all parts of
tlx-slrtllusl untrttt. Ales. Taylor, a pru
rfmtml MtHant player. Is today a vis.
iSM-nt: Uonutulu. stopping- here on his
H aotttli Amertea. where be opens
ao aw Bi- Bmmiwnt to be participated
1st M? wtrfelwu vtuunpions nf tile cut
HllllitnUst: Tulr Is a cabin passen
tr In: tti- 7xo Risen Kulsha. steamer
rhi;i Horn, widen. arriveiL at the port
Ms rourniiHC -V. young" man, an E111!
(Associutd rrcas Cable )
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 19.
President Taft does not favor the
amendments to the reciprocity agree
ment, it was announced today.
NAVIGATION OFFICIAL .
WILL LEAVJ?. HIS,P 0ST
of t roie-rty-ow ners who bae leaseu
premises The most Important fenturo
Is that It Is a route for sanitation,
It Is on tho grounds that the On
Tal l.rollurs bae failed to ketp tho
premises at Hrotf lone and Hclmol
streit In pniKT sanitary ronJItlon that
the action will be brought. The Uoaril (Kiieclsl 11 u I let In Tab's.)
of Ilenlth caa tho Ulsliuu Hstale four WASHINGTON, D. C, May 19. Eu
ilaya to mflko 11 clinn-up on this prop- gens T Chamberlain, commissioner of
ertv. and a sturch of the lease showed navigation in the Department of Com
the fact that In It Is nil agreement on merce and Labor, today resigned. His
the part of the On Till brothers to successor has not been announced.
keep the premises In a Vnnltury
ON MARKETING LAWS
To Armory Site
Washington, D. C, May 19, 1911.
Chamber of Commerce, Honolulu.
Bill passed Senate removing Leiiehua Barracks to Arm
ory site. Cable instructions.
GEORGE McK. McCLELLAN.
The oe cablegram, fnun C3eorir iiccorU.iiff to MtCltUm'H cablegram, tho
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r.ir M.fM.ll.iti .nNXlirv til Ht fCUtO '" l"wl" "I" wrtj. !-.....,
An ox;KTt small farm promoter tp
tn ho lminrto.t frnm ftmtlinrii Pull
fornla for the purpose of NltlnB the!Kulo Iim, re,irwetatlvo of ,he local' ' ' -" ""VJ 0 "
ninpli norv In niwnilliin foe enrrvliorl .. Senate eollllllllteo 1 ISl eilllCSIlaV
out tho plans Incoriwrated In two
bills paHsed by tho lust Ix-glslattire.
A conference was hold this morn-
Iuk tit tho Capitol between Oiivernut
(.oinmerclal bodies In WushliiKtun, wus
received this mornliiB hy Iho Chamber
A plan for I lie new Ranltary com
mission to tnko tip with the Federal
dlllnn The Chinese erected n tenement
house on the property, nnd It Is statist
to It in bad shape. Much of It Is oc
cupied by Porto HleonA and sanitary
olwrvunces lire chlelly notable for
OFRCIAL OF CLUB
(Hixslnl II u Met In Cable )
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, May 19e
frank E. Elliott, vice-president of the
The court proceedings will be brought philad.lnhln National Leanue baseball
under the low os to the relations of ,, and vye.,novvn n the baseball
landlord nnd tenant, tho tenant having ,ntj business world, died today.
railed to live up to bis ngreement, nnu , ro ,
house torn down. I MEN BY MISTAKE
It will be remembered that n com
mittee from the Oahu ctntrnl Improve
ment club, reporting on Camp No. !,
width Is run by Cnrl On Tal. stated
that Theodore ltlchards, owner of tin
premises, had tried In vain to break
the lease, even carrying tho matter up
to the Supremo Court, on the grounds
that On Tal bSH failed to nbscrvo an
agreement os tn sanitation. Tho Illshop
FZstate. It Is understood, Is ready also
to earn the matter to tho Supreme
(RlMelil nil I let In Cable.)
NACO, Mex., May 19. Mistaking
rebels for federals, the rebel garrison
here Inst night fired on tho men,
wounding six of them.
BANDITS IN SONORA
fKnerlal II ill let In Cable.)
IMURES, Sonora, May 19. Made
Conn -in.l will rn.lminr In men- leu-il bold by the unsettled condition of the
U.-1V to t-et the nronertv not In nerfet country, bandits have murdered eight
condition. Chinese, wounded three more and loot'
. . ed their stores.
OAKLAND GRAND JURY
nnrvnimo iiiatcd PUADnc
rnuDiwu vvttitn jiihiiul.
I'Year, Dr. Clark and Dr. Wilcox on
tho u)8tem of urbanization that hhould
bo uiluptcd for cnrolnt" out the In
tent of the laws providing fur a mar
keting superintendent and tho stimu
lation of small farm products. In the
Tho result of tho conference was
that the Hurcnit of Immigration, La
bor mill Statistics, the new name for
tho Hoard of Immigration, will lio
nsked to bring a man from Southern
California who will be nblo to solve
some of tho problems that will be
encountered In the effort to Inaugur
ate the Konoral policy connected with
tho Idea of a marketing nuiierlnten
This man. In Hie opinion of tho
conference, Is Is. T. Starred of Uw
"Mr Slanctt Is well and favorably
known throughout Southern Califor
nia," stated (Jovernor Prear. "Dr
Clark devoted somo attention to tho
problem during Ills recent trip to thu
mainland and then mot Mr. Btarrctt.
Thero Is la doubt that Starred la
Iho man we want to give us tho bene
fit of his experience."
Tho practical slilo of tho plan will
bo formulated largely under Starrott'n
iidvloe. The decision to nBk tho
Southern California man to como to
the Islands, however docs not, tneun
that lie Is to be npMiited as market
ing superintendent but will Blmply bo
cmplojed ns nn expert udvlser.
J'reslden Morgan of the ili.inilxr and government thu locating of tho army
President White of the Merchants As-j post 111 the Kewalo-Kulla reitlou f
loclutlon will probably arrange thlsntt-' tho rltv lias been suggested In ll.o
eriioon for u Joint open imetlng of the Commission by Heliatur A P Judd,
two bodies to dlscus the prooxed
change nnd to llnd out local sentiment
on the matlir I'lTbrts were made IIiIh
morning by President Morgan to reaih
Delegate Knlilo and nrrnngu vvlifi him
for n duto that would lie convenient to
all", but thu Diligalo wiih not reached
Two days ago the Associated Press
carried Iho news that the eavulry lur- j
racks bill had passed the Semite As.
the "father" of thu Sanitary Comnil.
ulou bill The Coiliinlsslun will
consider this, and It promises to bo
:iu Important factor in the situation
Hint bus arisen since Delei-.itc Ku
lilo v -is .iskeii to ascertain ln-j.it wen
tlnieut over the moving of ihe army
Senator Judd believes from tho
(Continued on Page 2)
HOSTAGE STARTS HIS OWN
SANITARY CAMPAIGN; WILL
CLEAN UP KEWALO COTTAGES
A private citizen. Prank llustiice, has four rottages I-nh vvasli-housn Is to
started it sunltury campaign of his own bo built with concrete Hours, cuiriiKat-il
In one of the worst sections of the city
from ii health standpoint Under thu
supervision of thu Hoard of Health, u
dlitrlct hi vvbkh uro forty-four cot
tages will bo put In perfitt condition,
and a danger-spot to Honolulu re-
The cottages ore close to the point
where the Hoard of Health has traced
elio'cru Infiitlon, Mrs Millie llustncu
owning the propirty that will bu diall
Prank Hustaeo has had plans drawn
Pkuiiinejit: Home Rurar Would
CTrailhrtt: pBtitfom Tfirough
the prime run let Just as Rood u gov
ernor as his preJeceiMiors.
't am of the opinion that the prince
would nuike a very strum? candidate
Hi oltlee of Rovernnr. In order to
ertuln the sentiment of the people.
111 try to-have a publle meetlnitrall-
ed Ii the near future at Aabi Park.
"t llnd In Ihe- newapupers that the
EMetsnter ami Governor Frear do not
' st aloiin usTeeubly, so If Krrur
'tM not reeive a. reappointment at
ue espH-xHoo u( his term. It is proper
blr Hvr people at IfiwuH l send
Jptl M- fTe4deflt Tuft l appoint
stur prim as tlW nit ffevernor The
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OAKLAND, CaU May 19e-The grand
jury Is today hearing witnesses In the
case against Henry Dalton, county as
sessor, charged with malfeasance in
connection with the Spring Valley
United water case.
The methods pursued by
Stales Marshal Hendry in mmnunulitg
Ihe laat Federal (Irand Jury wero not IRON-WORKER PROVED
illegal in tno opinion or united stales
Judge demons In response to tho
challenge to Ihe array of Iho Grand
Jury hy Attorney K C. Peters In be
half or David M. Im Hlwl, Judge
demons holds that Iho Oiaiul Jury
ns summoned was In ucconlaiico with
the spirit und Intent of thu law uiidi
that Ihe grounds alleged in Hie petl-j
lion are not sumueni io pronimucu ino
flrand Jury an Illegal body unit lit
Indictments -oUteiiieutly liivulld
PITTSBUnC, Pa, May 19 James
Elliott, the ironworker arrested for pec
jury In charging the detectives dyna
mlted buildings, has been proved men'
HAX HIIANf'lHI't), May 19 -lleotss
U nly.l. Ids (I M , purltv, 1 ;ue
I'revloiM iiuolull'iu, Ivs dl-'.'d
(V F90W mmr m F'tPii'' Qm SWSf km eJsr 419 fW
Tie leri'lliillls' Ahum'IuIIuII yester
dsy sept u letter io Hie Hlilpiwrs'
Wlwif Poliililllleir, lunklllK II I) ll'i I re
frHiil t rrtfclilulloii oh lliu mill'
uJfteM Ham tj.itle liM vl In ell re.
JUAREZ, Mex., May 19 General
Francisco Madero, rebel leader, today
prepared to start for Sonora and will
await the seating of Trandsco De La
Darra as action president In Dial's
place, He disregards rumors of a plot
to assassinate him.
a ij. $ ? v ? 4 " i
A J Campbell, agent of the
Territorial Hoard of Immigration
In Purope, today sailed from
Liverpool for New York on tho
liner l.usltuiihi, und will return
tu Hawaii. Whether or not Mr
Cnmpbtll will return to 1'uropn
foi tho board Is problematical. Ho
has expressed the wish prlvute
ly. It Is underbtood, to leavu tho
service of the board, but Clmlr
tmi ti ltli.li.iid Iveis i-ald recently
that Mr Cnmpbill could remain
with the board If ho wishes to
do so and that he might return
to P.uropo after u visit hero Hu
cabled Ihe board today of Ills
' deparluru from Pnglaud on the
Iron roofs und llrst-eluss siding Tlure
lire leu laigo ones and dlino small-r
ones The largo ones will each line
four lionets, four sinks and Hour diiilus,
tho other.-) with one or two ilobiti und
sinks. Tho drainage und sew 1 1 age s) i
terns will touneet with tho public
Tho plans linvo been approved bj the
plumbing luspictor, and lire now out
among local contractors HUN for the
work will bo opened next Mondas Tho
cost for the entire work will run up
for a complete svstim of svweruge und j Into four llgures
drilruge for this see t Ion, together with) Tho section Is one ot Iho most thli k
the construction or thirteen cnmumeii iy-popui,iieu in Honolulu, uini me sep
lavatorlts und VMish-houses that will arntlon of the closets and wush-housei
stund at tho rear of the cottuges There, from thu cottages In expected tn bring
will bu n wash-house for about evcry'a real advance In sanitation
M'QUAID ASKS DIVORCE
FROM WIFE AND CUSTODY
OF TWO MINOR CHILDREN
WITH MANY KILLED
CUCnNAVACA, May 19.-A ssngul.
nary Imllls bslwstn Ihs rebsls and the
uavsrnment Iroiipi Is In progrsti, Ihe
slrtflt li'H'U ilmvwi wllh ilsad snd
Tim pulilli imellng ciillnd liy the
Wuliien'M Niilliiliul UIuth und lliil
lnilM CiiliKlesM In ilUrnss lliu liiiniilll
In taiuiiilKH will Hike plain u( I
n'lloek lliln iilieiiiuoii In lliu (.'niiiinti
ilul ('lull nuiiim ilo'i'inur I'lifti,
HMii imy Miiii-Hiiilll! Mini iiilu'i urn
III IIIUNI llllllllHWOS
In ii rross-complalut tiled In the Cir
cuit Court this morning, William Mc
CJiulil coute-Kts the dlvone adioii that
wus Instituted against Ii I ill by bis vvlfu
und usks for thu eusludy of thu two
minor iblldnn Thu iroxn-eoiuplaliit
ehuiges Mrs. MiQuald Willi udultiry
nnd Ii eight puges In length, Hilling
liuinbir of clreumsliinees In which
Mrs, MiQiluld is ll Ik irud In have ioii-
duitul litrsilf Impiopdly Willi Volney
(' Drlvir and ollurs No rifermie Is
iuiiIii In lliu sliooilug alfrii) bilwetn
MeQuuhl mid Ihlvir on November i
'I'lio IIU I Hi ve. lliu dtlo of Ihe mur
ium us Niiveiubef U. Ii. and lliu
dills of Iho w IMIIIllon us Kutelllber Ii
'I be fleveiilli hIIssmIIoii In Mmjusl'l's
llll fur illtuii ImhU ms fiillwws
inn lb and Inhuman treatment of the
llbellaut herein by tlie suld llbelleo as
berclnubovu set forth, and on account
of the udiilliruus life htretofure led bv
Hid llbelleo us hereinabove set forth,
fin tin r conjugal relulluiiH bitvvecu II
bl lit nnd llbdlto have hem reuderd
"Ili.it tho llbilleu hi n In Is u gross
ly Immoral and unw rupuloiis nonuiii,
or ii depraveil and sordid mind and
dlsposlllon and wholl) until nnd sits
worth) to Imvi Ihe i'UIikI of llw two
minor elilldnn liuivliwNnn relwredlo
'lluil It would bo In thu liwit lulerral
nf suld minors to have ihisr fslhet. Ilw
llbvllsiil lieteln, awarded llwlr is re,
ruslisly nnd mIimmIIuu"
The I wo cHlldln am Allsie It kle
ijiwld and Timlin A. IlieiJiesW, ns-l
lell snd sIvvmi ysvsr. nswtivsly
I'Mliw A Hmilhllt ut mMtiy hu
W f ; II 1 1 r 1 1 u II ir r, vMi.'ld
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