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ESTABLISHED 1882. No.'
ARMY PLAN FOR HONOLULU
HOLSTEIN DENIES MAKING CHARGES
KOHALA, Hawaii, May 22.
Evening Bulletin, Honolulu:
Never was charges made.
In a wireless mcsBago In tlio U u 1
lotln today, Bpcuker Holstcln otlhc
House (if Representatives denied mak
ing public charges against Superin
tendent Mnrston Campbell, tut ho wan
quoted uh doing In news from Hawaii
Tills morning tlio Hullo tin sent
Id Hie speaker a wireless messngo
residing 'is fnllnwH:
"Whnt nro your dcflnlto charged
Tlio answor was as published above
a blight mlHtnkc In grammar probably
being mndo In handling but tho Biib
stance being a denial that lio has
charged Campbell with Kraft In con
nection with ttio Mahukonn wharf.
STANDARD OIL IS
NOT FORCED OUT
Standard Oll'fc business will go on
In the futuic much us It has In the
past, with a nominal reorganisation,
but with Its vast system of Agencies
practically unchanged, iiecnrdlng to tho
developments that followed tlio deci
sion of tho United States Supremo
Court n week ago today, Newspapers
nrilvlng today from tho Coast brought
full accounts of tha opocli-niaklng de
rlslon, us well iih un cstliniite of Its of
The Associated I'ress, on tho day oft
er the decision, carried the following
WASHINGTON, T. C. May 1C Tho
Standard OH Company of Now Jersey
uinl Its nineteen subsidiary corpora
tlons wero declared today by the 8u
preme Court of the United States to bo
u conspiracy and combination In re
straint of trade. It was otherwise held
to bo monopolizing Interstate com
tncreo In violation of the Sherman nntl
trust law The dissolution of the com
bliistlon was ordered to take pluco
within six months.
The Supreme Court holds:
That the Standard, OH Company Is
a monopoly la restraint of trade
That this glunt corporation must bo
dissolved within six months.
Corporations whose contracts nro
"not unreasonably restrictive of com
petition" urn not affected
Other great corporations whoso nets
may bo called Into question will bo
dealt with according to tlio merits of
their particular cases.
The court was unanimous us to tho
main fenturts of the decision. Justice
Harlan dissenting only as to limitation
of the application of tho Bhepinan untl
To Consider Situation.
President Tart and cabinet will enn-
imtlr.n and the advisability of pressing
for it federal Incorporation net.
A .l-nlul.... I, llm Int.ni.pn trout fitun.
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.. tilr.1, wiiu ,vtifwtf.il Himliltnnr nnslv. I
aldei Immediately the entire trust sit
(Continued on Pago 4)
SAN FRANCISCO, Mill" fi -lbctsi
UK analysis, l(w 4 l-4d ) polity, l.l'Jc,
Pinvlnus quotation, 10s. i 3-1d
Tim niHii nf (lenrgn ('. Ilortram, in
illiicil fur violation (if tlio whtn sliivn
law, was riinllniieil III llm Hulled
Hlatim Dl.tiirt I'l'iirt lliln lumnlriK,
1 1" I Irani cniiiliig up for iiiriiluiiiiiunl
Friends of Snvder, Alleged
Smuggler, Come To
aggregating $100,000 wcro;
by friends of Chris Snjdcr,
tho Montana mining man who was
arrested In Han Francisco on Indict
ment for opium smuggling by tho lo
cal United Stntes Oram! Jury, ac
cording to it statement niado this
morning by Deputy Marshal Fitzger
ald of 8an Francisco.
When Snyder was arrested In San
Francisco his friends, Including many
people of prominence, rallied to his
assistance, refusing to bcllovo that ho
Is guilty of opium smuggling. Tho
$100,000 mentioned was ready for
Sn)ilcr If ho. needed ft for ball or any
olhor nut nose, according to tho dep
uty marshal In whoso custody Snyder
wns-durlng bin trlf frrmi San Fran
cisco to Hawaii on tho Manchuria.
Snyder wns brought to tlio Judl
clary building this morning but ar
raignment In tho United Stntcs II
trlct Court wns continued until Wed
nesday. Judgo demons fixed his ball
WAR ON MOSQUITO TO DE
FEATURE OF CAMPAIGN BY
' NEW SANITARY COMMISSION
War on the mosquito will be ono of
the features ot tho health campaign to
bo conducted by tho now sanitary com
mission. Following the suggestions of
Dr. D, Hi Currlc, tho mosquito will bo
ono of tho chief things to bo sup
pressed. Former Governor George ft. Carter,
chalrman of tho commission, will head door,lind much of Its campaign Is to
nn Inspection trip of tho commission be I need on actual Investigation of ul
thls afternoon to look over some of tho leged Insanitary conditions.
Insanitary sections of Honolulu, Tho" The work lias been divided up Into
party Is dup tV start out ut i o'clock committees, but tho commission ns u
by automobile, and the first point
Ited will probably bo tho section east
CAMPBELL TOLD COMMITTEE -HE
WOULD HURRY WORK ON
Charges of graft reported as being
ugiilnst Superintendent of Public Works
Cuinphell by Speaker Holstcln of tho
Housoot Representatives. In-connection
with the .Mahukoiia wharf npproprla-
ilnn. lirlnit out tlio fact thut It Super-
Interment Campbell Is homing up ino
wharf construction, ho Is doing It In
tlrect violation of what ho told ncom-
', mitten that approached hint during tho
n'tClll ICKIelllllvo iu-miuii
Tho conference) was held nt tlio In-
stanco of Speaker llolstein nnd other llnd out It bids can not bo culled for
Hawaii leadeis In order to llnd nut 'under tho estimates as inuilu by Hn
wliat Campbell's stand hi tho matler.glneer Soutliwnrth In thesu estimates,
of tho wharf was, The Mahukona pen- old railroad Iton Is to bu used for ru
plo havo been anxious for this wharf liiforclug tho comrete, and lloUtoln'H
for II long time. l barges urn based oil Ilia fact that
llolstein, Henry II Reiilon, liialiiiger(Ciiiiipbell Is said tn luivu Inslsled on
of llm Union Mill Company. Kolmlni wi lulu kind of Iron
Unbirl It HIhIii, mnnuKtr or the Ha- '.
wall Hallway Company and ptiiius. ,. H, WILCOX nnd Mm, Wllriu nr
ler at Mnhukoiia, and 'I'. II. I'etrlH wero rlvml nil ho Kliitui vesinrilay hum
III 1 1. e I'onfii cui'u Willi Cuiiiphtil) und It Kuual,
s'.mJikmt if- 1 min fiiift- rfiift !
IS INSISTENT BUT IT AN ANNOYANCE fi BULLETIN
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
at $1,000 which wan promptly cover
ed by Snydcr'a certified check for that cjovernor Frcar and President Mott
nmoimt doposlted with a local trust smith ot the Hoard of Health,
company. Tn two districts of th city visited
Snyder stated this morning that ho ,y tho party wero Kowslo and Kaka
dld not caro to discuss tho nicrlts of'nkn, wbero extensive works Tor tho
his case until ho had secured an at-J reclamation of low-lying lands nro
tornoy. under consideration. Tho districts lying
"I will bo glad to discuss tlio along tho sboro generally ami 'nl
charge against mo nfter I havo cou-ktkl of tho city were Inspected. Tcrrl-
suited with a lawjer." said Snyder.
Snyder appears to bear out his
reputation of being a man of means
and dues not look as though ho had
to rcsoit to opium smuggling.
United States District Attorney
Ilreckons stated this morning that
there havo been no now developments
In Snydor'B case.
"It W mutter for a trial Jury fo
pass upon," said the U. S. Attornoy.
Snyder was indicted on thrco counts
nt (ho Inst session of tho Terrltorlnl
Grand Jury. Ho Is accused of Im
porting, concealing and assisting In
tho Bnlo of the opium contraband.
of tho business portion of the city
down through KakaakoJ Kcwalo and
It will bo tho third meeting of tlio
conunlsslon nnd the first of a series
of Held Inspection trips that are to be
tnken In tho next few months. Tho
commission Is working both In nnd out-
vis-'whole will make the Inspection trips
(Continued on Pig 2)
was put up to him straight us to whut
his' stund would be.
Tho irsults of that conference weio
that reports wero given out Hut ull
was harmonious Campbell had stated
that work would begin us fcoon us pos-
simu on mo wuari in umn- iu bv,.
something iluiio before tho stoimy sea-
Tha news from Hawull Is Ihut u com-
mltteo lias been appointed to tuko up
llm mutter with Governor Freur und
Keeps You Informed of
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MAY 22, 1911. 12 PAGES.
ui my uy
Tho active and significant Interest
being taken In the sanitation or Hono
lulu by tho United States government
was Indicated this morning, when Gen
eral Mornmli, commanding- the District
of Hawaii, and an olllcor of bis star!
torlal Burvevor Wall explaining to
General Macomb tho necessities ns to
new levels for tho proper drnliiugo of
(Associated Press Cublo.)
EAGLE PAS8, Tex, May 22. It Is
reported thit Mexicin insurrectos hive
missiered 225 Chinese In a desperate
bittle in the streets of Torreon. An ap
peal for help his been made to the
Chinese minister at Washington. There
re rumors of attacks on the practi
cally defenseless Orientals at other
IN GENERAL REVOLT
(Associated Tress Cable.)
8ALINA CRUZ, May 22. The citi
zens of Tehuantepeo hive revolted. The
offioials hive fled, but few casualties
TO BE "PROBED"
(Associated Press Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 22. 8en
tor William P. Dillingham of Vermont
today introduced resolution In the
today introduced resolution in tho
Senate calling for an Investigation of
tho election of Wllliim O. Lorlmer of the last of this week.
Illinois, agiinst whom charges of brib- Messrs. Gurrey and Young, who have
try hvo been repeatedly made since jlu(1 t0 , xvltti tho drultlng or u rcgu,.
he was named for the 8enatorshlp. It itti0ii, comprising over llfty pages ot
it said that 8enator Dillingham his closely-typewritten ordinance, got to
been assured of the support of the getMer this morning und placed the lln
"regular" Republicans, and that tho jlng touches on tho draft of u now
Democrats are certain to adopt the res- HW tt,lch, It Is believed, will have a
0,ulln" wholesome effect In tho future erection
'or buildings on the Island of Ouhu.
MORE MISHAPS ATTEND I The supervisors will meet on Friday.
FRFMRH AVIATIDN MFFT "t which time tho completed draft will
rncivun hvihiiuk iyicci )o Hlll)llllttcdi Mtute ilmWH, Gurrey ttliu
(Associated Press Cable.) Young
PARI8, France, May 22. Tho eondl-
nun oi wo son ui rr.mi.r moms, wno
was seriously Injured by the monoplane
, ....-.-- . ,
yesterday, was unchanged today. Four
f IL. 1-. 1 .!. ---. . I
of tho aviators In the meet resumed
their flights, but others withdrew. Sev
oral mishaps wore recorded today.
MAKES SPAIN UNEASY
(Associated Press Cable.)
MADRID, 8paln, May 22, The news
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IfWMt VI luyl lvTlflf HIIISII (aao
caused a good deal of apprehension
h.e.. Th. nlllrl.l. ar. walchlnn d.u.l.
Bsjr-DULLETIN ADS PATt
.,-iisW. Ai .
Worth While Happenings
. From Washington On Plans
For Post Here
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 22.
Chamber of Commerce, Honolulu.
Proposed place 3,000 infantry armory site, reaspn given
economy. Army opposes suburban site. House defers ac
tion. GEO. McK. McCLELLAN.
The Chamber of Commerco 'this
morning received tho abovo cable
gram from Georgo McK. McClellan,
rcprcscntatlvo In Washington ofxtho
local commercial bodies. Tlio cable
gram la In reply to ono sent by tho
trustees of tho chamber last Satur
day, asking further Information as to
the moving of the army post from
lcllchua to Honolulu.
Prcoldcnt Morgan of the Chamber
nnd President White of tho Mor
chants' Association will confer this
' afternoon us to whether Jt Is deemed
advisable, to call a joint open meet
ing of the two bodies to discuss tho
moving of tho post nnd what Hono
lulu's attltudo should be. Tho House,
having deferred action, tlmo Is glvon
for a protest or nn endorsement ot
Tho text ot tho bill authorizing a
chango In tho construction ot jthe
barracks and paving tho way for In
fantry Instead of solely n cavalry
post, was received this morning by
tho n it I lo 1 1 n from Its Washington
correspondent, who writes as follows:
WASHINGTON, May 11. Senator
Warren, of Wjomlng, nlinlrnnn of
tho Committee on Appropriations has
The much-heralded but oft-delayed
building ordlnanco for the city and
countv of Honolulu Is promised to bo
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rea,1- for '""P' '.11"' PubllJ "
Tho usual procedure will bo to pass)
no oriiinance on arm iwuuns unu i,,.
print, 111 order. that the general publlo'
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may have oppoitunlty to hecomo fa
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miliar with Its many beneficial provi
According to tho present. Intentions
or tho commute" In charge of tho
measure, a public hearing will bo hold,
at which time all Interested III tho
passage of the new law urn lo bo asked
to bu present
('niitruitiirs, iichltccta, builders and
nrohiTii -owners urn ii "
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"' I1"'"1 V (11" Hiiugesthins or oIiJ.hi
IIOIIS. Till' MIwrvlCir re 10 n linl
llii fnr of tils' iiaaavniiei f tli low, tm
statu Hint I hey do nut hind themselves
lo I'uiiiply wltli nn)' or till pk'iooiu
Introduced a bill to authorize chango
In construction of barracks and other
buildings for "mobllo" troops In tho
Hawaiian Islands. The bill, It Is stat
ed, Is Intended to allow tho Sccrctnry
of War to iiso tho money appropri
ated for construction work for Infan
try or other troops, the original act
providing specifically (or cavalry,
Sonntnr Wnrran1. hill whirl, wua rn.
fcrred to tho Committee on Appro-b,linr
prlatlons Is as follows:
"Do It enacted by tho Sonato and
House of Representatives of tho
United Slates of'Amcrlca In Congress
assembled, That tho Secretary or War
be, and ho Is hereby .authorized to
expend tho funds horotoforo appro
priated and to onler Into contracts
heretofore authorized (or tho construc
tion of n cavnlry post, Territory of
Hawaii, by tho Acts of Congress ap
proved Mnrch fourth, nlnctcon hun
dred and nlno, nnd Juno twenty-fifth,
nineteen hundred and Ion, fur tho
construction of barracks and other
necessary buildings for mobile troops
to bo stationed In tho Hawnllan Isl
ands, and 'not to exceed ten per cen
tum of tho amount so authorized ami
appropriated may bo expended for tho
acquirement of land to bo utilized If.
connection with wild construction,"
that may he forthcoming at a public
"Wo are open to conviction, how
over," commented Chairman Murray
this morning, "but, It must be remem
bered that an ordinance of this kind'
Is far-reaching and Its passage Is bound,
to tread upon tha toes of more than
one Interested party."
It Is possible thut a number of
amendments mav bo made tn tlio nrhr-
Inal draft following upon a general minority oi me oenaie judiciary com
consultation with local architects and "! today reported on the eonstltu
builders itional amendment for the direct elec-
Tho prediction Is mndo that an tho fan of United 8tates Senators. Tho re
matter now stands tho building ordl- Port denies that there is a popular de-
nance is In lino lo become a law by the
tlrst part of June.
Judgo Cooper this morning granted
a susiKiiiBlon of sentenco to r H
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Ilodrlgues, who was chargod with
sault and battery nn Ills wlfo.
uIfo named In
,, rllvnren nr.!,,., Hirt.i
tills morning, tho charges that result- r taking up tho personnel of the pro
od In his arrest for assault nnd but- posed cabinet and the disposal of the
terv holm; enumerated In llm illvorrn governorships.
I eritnittnlnl 1tn,lrltT,n,u la !er.r..i u,ltl.l
Ills wlfo at frequent Inter-
Tho nir track section im Furl street,
betweiin lintel and King streets Iih
noun ull Hug up lor Hie purisieo or
repaying llm sumo, llegllililng In-
imiirnw rum will not run nn Fori
plicut between llnli'l mid King until
Hip paving Ii roinpleliM,
A , 8fc,
It Is the HOME PAPER the EVEN
ING BULLETIN that will tell you
where to buy goodi it the moit reason
able prices and help you In the eco
nomics which mean added security to
PRICE 5 CENTS
By John E. Monk.
( Hprclal ll u 1 1 e 1 1 n Ccrre siwnitrnce )
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Mny II.
Hepresentatlvo N'orrls of Nebraska, ono
of tho leading Insurgent nepiitilleana. Is
drafting n resolution which he will In
troduce In tho House, providing for an
Invest Ig.itlnn of tho sug.tr Industry and,
as ho snjs, to ascertain fuels ns to
tho "campaign or the Sugar Trust to
get control of tho sugar land, planta
tions and mills In I'orto Rico, Hawaii,
tho Philippines and Cuba"
Hero Is a statement madn by Mr.
Norrls upon tho subject:
"I want fuels on which we cm bavi
tho calculation of u new sugar sched
ule. In tho Interest of the consumer
nnd not of tho trust. It's n good thing
to nlr the crimes of tho trust, but It
will bo worth more to know bow to
wrlto nn honest sugar schedule To
that end I am going to present my
resolution demanding what I consider
tho needed Information.
"It Is proposed to cnll on the llureau
of Corporations to report on tho cap
italization, earnings, watered securltle.
and control of tho Sugar Tr,ist, of beet
These urn fearfully
overcapitalized, and I am not certain
whether, honestly capitalized,' they
would need any protection.
"Then, I wont to know all about the
campaign of tho Sugar Trust to Ret
control of tho Migur lands, plantation
ami mills, In Porto lllco, Hawaii, tb.'i
Philippines nnd 'Cuba; the extent, hi
short, to which tho trust has been gct
ttng'domln.itlnn of tho primary sources
ot sugar manufacture. I understand
the trust Is fust coming to control tha
sugar which gets Into this country
without paying any duty, or by paying
reduced duties. Wo need to know about
Cost of Refining.
"Tho tariff board Is ashed for Infor
mation about tho cost ot making beet
nnd cuno sugar In this and other coun
(Continued on Page 2)
Temperatures. 6 a; m . 73; S a. in.
7.1; 10 n. m 78; noon, 79; morning
narnmstcr, S a. m., 30 02; nhsolulo
humidity, 8 a. ni., G8.30; groins por
cubic foot; relative humidity, S a. m,
73 per cent; dew point, 8 it. m Gil.
Wind. 6 n. m., velocity, 3; direc
tion. B; R a. m velocity, 4; direction,
NIC; 10 a. m.. velocity, 8; direction.
NK; noon, velocity, 10; direction, 12.
Rainfall during 'IK hours ended f
a. m , 0 inch,
Totnl wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 165 miles.
MINUHI I T AuAIIMbl
(Special Hull-Un CsWs.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 22
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rnnd for dlreot election,
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OVER CABINET JOBS
(ftiK-clal II u I lot I n Cable )
JUAREZ, Mex, May 22. The bel-
llaerents dlscusslnn neace terms today
AVIATOR SETS NtW
i Miifi'MI n ii 1 1 e 1 1 n Cable )
PARIS, France, May 22. Plerra Vsr.
,(n,, the aviator, set a new cross,
C0Untry record here today by flying 273
,n.. i 3 i,DUr. 39 minutes.
W t U ? II u 1 1 al I n f I per ) imi r.
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