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WANT ADS. IN BULLETIN COLUMNS DELIVER BEST RESULTS
From 8n Francisco!
llllutil.iti May 23-
For San Francisco!
l.urllno May 29
Mil I'll ma , ....JlltioSl
Malaim Juno 20
A faker may successfully advertise
for one day, but not tho merchant who
expects to occupy his store next year
Advertisements are not read and for
gotten! their statements are kept in
mind until the purchased goods justify
Medium For The Up-To-Date Thinking Merchant
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4938.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY 261911. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
" NEVER AGAIN " SAYS LABOR AGENT
IMMIGRATION TIDE MAY TURN
President In Accord With Law
As Interpreted By U. S.
Reorganization Will Tako
lime Scpanato Compa
nies to Carry On Business
Unclei Own Management.
WASHINGTON. U. C, Mny 18.
l'lotlilont 'J'ufl, having hud mi oppor-
linilly to make n thorough study uf tliu
illniiui ol iliu Supremo Court decision
In tliu Standard Oil case, Is In absolute
uccorn with llio Intcri.rctiitliiii of tho
law hh laid down by Ciller Jnstlco
This Mntcmcnt U inado on tho uu
llmrlty or tho 1'rcsldciit.
Tliu decision, It la now realized, le
fines iljJliiJU'ly jo that nil corporations
m.iy ttndciMund, tho 'dlillnctlon bo
twc. M good trusts and tm.l trusts ns
tbc dlnVicm.0 between combinations
wh.ch limy i.iirmtu In Incidental re
straint or trade, iih do many corpora
t ions', mill tho-o which have, establish-
nl a monopoly mid control prices.
The .Supremo Court, nccordlng to tho
President's view, hns not read tho word
ri'iuonal'le" Into Hint part of the Slier'
mail law which has reference to mo-
impolleH or trusts which control prices.
Mo Monopoly Reasonable.
Th" word "reasonable" has been ap
pll.il merely to such lestralnts or trado
im .In nnl cm.Mlttito monoiolles, sup
piebs' eompcllllon or control price.
STANDARD OIL TO ODEY.
N'l.W YOIIK. May 1(1. Thli first
woiil from Hie Standaid OH Company
on Mm decision against It jesterday or
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LIVELY ON WALL STREET
The only excitement In tho vicinity
of Wall Street this inoruhiK nns Fred
Li-win coining down fort street minus
Ids inui-lncho. H'hls was mioii followed
b it ruii.iivay horse that scooted along
.Merchant street, shaved by a Imlr tho
automobile of Sum Wilder nnd was
hist seen disappearing In Iho direction
or the .Mi.hukn site.
The lltiest lino of niorchandlso over
nl.iiip.it to iho islands Is coming on
the Iloiiululan for 12. V. Jordan &
Co , nnd (leorgo H. Curtis, maiiagor
for Jot dan's, Is coming with It, nr
loidlng to n cablegram tecolvoil this
afternoon hy tho Hit I In tin from
Mr. Curtis himself. Ho wlro.i n
thimhiHlleally that whuti the llonoltt
lan arrives In port on Juno 'A ho will
hn hum tun to show what .Jordan's
Ii.ih eecured foi tho local lnt)nrB.
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Hie llonoliiliitl with tho linnet lino of
inurcliiiiidlsti iivit shlpiieil in tho
Ulainli," ran Ills nuhlvKriiiii.
,''Il.o iiniiry Ciiiiiinisilon will
inilii. n ltli of iiictlin lotuiirinw
iiflrniooii, nrnhulily Rinrtltiit tint m
1:80 o'eliick. Tu of Iho meiiilwra.
f. II. lloniHiiw.ijr ninl Jiiiiim U Vouhk
rt nlNHwti Mr. Vomhh limy inlum
Holcasod by older of llio Tcrrltot lal
Supremo Court this morning upon halt
of (Z.'IUU. pending Iho canjlug uf his
ease to tho United Stntcs Hiiprciuo
Court on writ of error, IKniiik 11.
Critic tho 'labor recruiter, declared
that ho considered attempts to bo
curo labor In Hawaii wuh nl an em!
nnd did not think any further at
tempts would he inado by mainland
Intercut to lure nuy Filipinos or lab
orers ot any other nationality from
Upon tho conclusion of the proceed
ings In the Supreme Court this morn
ing Craig stated thai ho would Icavo
for tho const us soon as tho ruses
now pending jvalnst hlniHnd,Knvorjil
or Ms Filipino assistants wcro dla-
missed In tho Circuit Court. It Is uti-j
dcrstoo,) that an agreement has been
entered Into wheichy nil of tho cases
now on tho calendar ugnlnst tho men
nrrostcd :is u result or Iho rccrtitlcts
netlvltlca and llio lslt of the Sen-
ator will he dropped. The same courso
will bo pursuod with tho case agaliirt
Cr.ilg that was taken dltcct to llio
Sttpiomo Court from tho District
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DY PROVISIONS OF NEW
Tho now City and County building
ordinance will bo ready for general'
consideration hy tiro Supervisors at n
specially called meeting for Wednes
day evening according to tho presunt
The ilrnft submitted hy A. H. (lur
roy, Sr., nnd l'iofcsior John M. Voting
of the College of Hawaii wilt bo ml
licicil to In piactlcally Its cntlicty.
Tho proM)iioil ordinance has been tho
subject for n torles of tlnco confer
ences which will tormlnnto this ntt-
ornoou or Satuiday morning
Vmloiis members of tho Hoard of
Supervlyors who have participated at
these meetings declare that fow
changes have been found necessary In
the framing of tho tegulntion In order
that It may stand n test In tho courts
FREAR IS FOR WATERFRONT SITE
(iovonior Fioar stated this nioiulu;;.
Unit ho Is sttiingly In favor of ilioj
Incatlon of tho now army post In tho
Kownlo or Kiikiuiko dlstilcts of Hit.'
city lit picferenco to
silo as llrct inoiiosoil.
"I holloNo tho Knkaako or Knwulo
dlrtlilcls will ho the best place for tho
i new post," stattd tho (lovurnor this
I "ll'hB- The iMiixlinlty ot thn m1
'In the wittorfintit would ulidniihtrillyl
lie of ginnt uilviintuirii mill ho eeoiio.
inici i. is i i...H...ii.T . ,.. i .mi '
for tho im.Un my 0.nl(ni
fin vui nor I'rour hus nhwiys Im'jii
linpefttl Hint llio ni liiirriiidm alio
would Im ncniilrPtl far a Tcrrllniltil
srtnofy mid It imrilpulnrly OMlroun (if
Hie rfju!rniiiwi" of Hid urflporiy fur'
' ilmt Hiriww Iiip () Hfiivory w
&nJ&i. f-. , . ,
trt JjaV t F"J
$2,000 Bail By
Court of Ewa, tho Supreme Court do
clslon on tho habeas corpus proceed
ings disposing of nit Iho questions as
lo the constitutionality of tho emi
Tho statement of Craig this morn
ing lhat ho believes attempts at ro
rrultlug labor In Hawaii arc at an end
Is apparently final cvldcnro that tho
legal campaign waged against tho In
vasion of labor recruiters from the
Coast has met with nbsnltuu surccss
and It now only icmatns for tho Htt
picmc Court of tho United StatoB to
place the ecal of Its approval on the
Territory's emigrant statutes to make
the victory complete,. ami for nil lime.
During tho proceedings In tho Hit
pri-mo Court thlsmornlng M. !'. I'm
nor of tho firm of iKInncv Prosser,
Anderson nnd .Wnrx, which took tho
leading part In Iho fight ngalnst tho
remitters, ns jiroctit for tho pro
sedition with Attorney General Mnd-
ray. 15, M. Watson nppenred for
Craig. The proceedings wero brief
being mainly devoted to discussion on
correction of tho record for tho pur-
poses of tho appeal to tho U. S. Su-
Throughout tho morning, the ord-
,,r l.no i.n,.., ,. ,!., ih.i i,..,
occupied llio attention of First Doputy
Clty mid County Attorney Fred Mll-
vnrlim nitll.ll.i, n.,.l 111m .....(... 1i-
...loil, unit h ..llll I lilllllMl.p, lit-
speclor J. J. Mlehlstcln and Chief f.
uio ruu uupiiri.uei.i u. n. .iiursio-i.
In tho ofllco of tho City and County
Attorney, tho trio hnvo'llnlshcd with
about two-thirds of tho ordinance at
Whllo tho original draft Btihnilttod
hy Messrs Clurrcy anil Young Is de-ity, who was arrested on May 19,
elm oil us drastic In that It nortalns' charged with accepting a bribe of $5000
...... ... .
to tho erection of tenements nnd II ro
trnps, tho Supervisors when soon thls'pany, was today put on trial and plead'
morning state that hut fow changes
will bo nuulo. Somo suggestions and
alterations linvo been pioposcd but
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Ibbiio of $75,000 wns uitcd by tho last
8 , ,
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-,iia,iu nt.ll linoi.l.ll. llll lllll Hlu
seas because of tho attack iniido on
non-union sailors of tho bchoouer
siiulo, pleaded not guilty In thn
United Stains couit this morning nnd
their i.'iises wuro conlliiiiml until
lI(t, tip on tho calendar.
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(W)ri.n f,,,,,, J , lliid.Iv on
, nf .i,,,,,,,,,,,, Mliry wallact.
lias heim ktiyinteil a illwirro hum Hani-
iml Wiillacu, thn ullcKittluii being in-
ftlilikmts itin now im iticli. hy
unmin nf it nmM ulMliic fan.
' " D 1 0 P (V 0 1
(Assoclnlcd Tress Cubic.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, May 26
Developments In tho sensational scan
dal uncovered by the grand Jury over
police grafting in connection with the
restricted district and disorderly houses
carre thick and fast Vdy. Dr. George
L. Eaton, president of the Board of
Health, who was accused by the
charges of being a participant in the
grafting, won a point when his demur
rer to removal proceedings was sustain
ed. He was head of the 'municipal
clinio that inspected and treated women
of the district.
The Injunction against removal se
cured by Chief of Police John F. Sey
mour was respected, and he was left
in possession of his office undisputed.
(Associate.! Press Pub!.)
MEXICO CITY, Men, May 26. Senor
Francisco do la Barra was today sworn
In as provisional president of Mexico,
following the resignation of President
Diaz and his retirement from office to
avert further strife. Senor Rascon, a
well-known resident, was sworn In as
minister of war.
Order generally prevails. Tho Cham
ber of Deputies has discussed the gen
eral elections, which will probably be
held In November. The condition of
ex-President Diaz, it was stated today,
is improved, but his whereabouts Is still
kept secret. He is expected to sail for
Europe on June 1.
. MEXICO'S NEW HEAD
Knclul nil lint In Cable.) .
JUAREZ, Mex May 26. Gen. Fran-
ct,eo Mdcro' rebel leer! ,ody '"u
manifesto, congratulating President
de la Barra. He offers his private ser
vices to assist in the pacification of
Mexico. He expects to leave next
. r aa t . ! .
Monday for Mox1 City
.. . r-pr-h nnmr TftKCD
MLLtUtU CnlDt:-I HMAn
DECLARES NOT GUILTY
OAKLAND, Cal, May 26. Henry P,
Dalton, the assessor of Alameda coun
from the Spring Valley Water com
d not guilty.
ANOTHER ATTORNEY TO
FIGHT FOR McNAMARAS
LOS ANGELES, Cal, May 26. At
torney Joseph Scott has been engaged
to assist In the defense of the Mc-
Namaras, charged with dynamiting the
Los Angeles Times.
MINISTER A HERETIC
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J, May 26
Rev. William Grant of Norlhumber
H,i lllllll uibiii w, .. .,.-,-.
and, P... was tod.y declared guilty of
Lre.y by the Prs.byt.rl.n assembly.
FRPWnHMAW Fl IFR
MADRID TO PARIS
MADRID, Spain, May 20 Pierre
Vordina srflvod lure today, winning the
aeroplane flight from Paris, and ending
a wonderful feat.
H.N I'llAKi'lrH'O, Muy 3r..-llMti
M niuily.. IM Id ; pxrll)', ii.i. ,1'r
vlous iiiotHtlim, IM I I'lil
iliiV ( ii riniiirt iiKm
aC bbibEij m3K &!CaCia9E JiwC j aJ f P MiM' 'srIK)Uf
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COLUMBU8, O, May 26. The leg-
Illative bribery Investigation has un-
covered a acandal lhat has shocked the
State of Ohio from end to end. A doien
of William J. Burns' detectives are
watching legislators, and various offi-
cials. Including Governor Harmon, aro
WILL TAKE JOHN WYNNE
AND ANDERSON GRACE TO
Hawaii Is to lie rid of Its two Fed-
eral prisoners who aro serving llfo sen
tences for murder. If tho present plans
of tho Department or Justlco aro cur
United Stntes District Attorney H.
W llreckons has received it letter from
Assistant Attorney-acnernl llarr stat
ing that It Is the policy of tho Fed
eral government to remove all Fed
eral life-term prisoners from tho pen
itentiaries of States or Territories, The
letter then mentions tho ruct that two
,3V5 Honolulu Is Goina tO Be ,,llc clPun"ln,r' "mI cU' T6"-"'"-'1)1 '"' ter of representation Is today w-.ik-baMrulTcl:n
l-tow.rt a batds of agreement Un-
Honolulu's campaign for a clean city
has already begun getting benollclal re
sults un the Coast In the way of re
insuring persons who feared cholcruJ
Tbo San Fraliolsuo Call a 'few days ago
told of tho llRht for sanitation
, i . . Ii .., ,.. I Anu,
K"lng on and paid tribute it. Ur' """
" ,ijrr "' " T.f J' , U 'e,
cmnmlsslon. and Dr N. t. Ilobd). H.o
'. . ,H.,.,..!!: .. ..,,..,, u, .,. i,r.
Although the choleru searo has hurt
Honolulu llnnneliilly, Iho harm Is only.
mid acro.dliig In ndvlepa
received estrr.lay by tho liner Sierra l"ri.nelro for i niinilier or yisirs Dr '
la likely to result In lasting benefit to.W. C lli.l.dy. who rm.litne.1 fiom Iho
the. Island port, both as n place of riwI-JMMliio llixpltnl Service lo take upprl -
dene., ami us a tourist reorl. Ah ii vi.m .rarll.o M Honolulu, Is ul.o Ink -
dliist result of Hi., t'hiihrii lloiKiliilu'lnit an tirllvo rt In Iho work of
s koIhk to bo mini.. Ihu olfttniwl, innl'cwtiiliiK HuihiIiiIii Dr llnbdy was
SHitlliiry ll' In the woihf Tim 'IVrrl rliM nweiillim imir nt this .rt fur
lorlul HOVfriinmnt Ihw vol. M) in four r He twoii mi mtlvo iurt
Im utN In HlllMK lll Pltc B Mien- (Ccnllnusd on Page 4)
' i iniiilH 1 1 im -lifliiti Mtwmniitmmin
engaged' In sifting tho charge. L. R.
Andrews of Ironton, Georgo K. Cetone
of Dayton and Isaac E. Huffman of
Oxford, all State Senators, are threo of
the men with whom F. 8. Harrison, tho
alleged bribe-giver, says he had deal-
Ings. Harrison is a private detective
and was arrested for bribing Dr. George
B. Nye. Harrison says that his con-
venation, with Nye were taken down
by a stenographer in another,room, a
"dictaphone" being used, the mechan-
ism being similar to that of a tele.-
murderers, Anderson (.race nnd John
Wynne, aro being held us Federal prls
oners In Hawaii, unit asks whether tho lects to tako up ench question pro
United Klules district attorney bus any pounded and answer It nt length.
objection to offer to their removal to
mo maimauti, hiiico jirecsous noes nui
seo any reason why tho policy or tho
government should not apply to Ha
waii In this regard. It Is probable that
Anderson Oraco nnd John Wynne will,
soon bo on tho wuy lo tho mainland,
to servo out their life sentences In tho
Federal prisons nt McNeil's Inland,'
Washington or Fort Leuvcnworth, Kmi
CLEAN - UP PLANS
hands In n campaign from which the;
Island port will emerge n spotless town,
I ' . , ,, , , ...
(The cholera has disappeared, but I u.
quarantine restrlitlnns will not bo
nbntid until there Is no posslhloehuueo
of Us recurrence Mennwhllo. tourists
eoino ami go freely without tho shadow
of danger -to themselves. Dr. Donald
,nrrlft nt .ltn Miirln.i Iffirii.ltul HiTl'In... '
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WIH, . U,UIM1VII ,11 Iliril.l.tJIII, i ll,
, holcril expert nnd has rendered In -
valuable service both In locating
"'" ! cntiipnlgn for tho cradleu-
woo is siauoiie.i ni unnoiuiu, is i
Hon of the disease.
")r Fiirrlo wiik stationed nt Hun
U. S. ASKS FOR
Washington Authorities Send
Query to the Gov
ernor. DETAILED STATEMENT
IS OFFICIAL REQUEST
Tho tJnUcd Mates government has
asked Omernor l'rear for n d.tnil.-d
statement as lo tho land policy of lln-
Iwall, with the methods adopted In en-
' ..I 1. I.... . I. nil .. .. 1.I..I.
ViiU.llKl.iti .lie .liiilit'ri.'iiin i , iiii in i.iii.ii
muy lead to the settling of targe niiin-
1'i'TH of European Immigrants upon thn
ublle binds of ttie Terrltor) under tliu
direct encouragement from tho author
ities nt Washington.
Governor l'rear has received a let
ter from the chief ot the bureau of
Immigration and nnttirnlluitlon of tho
Department of Commerce nnd lihir
presenting u number of searching
fineries ns to the methods now in op-
trillion for tho stimulating of Ih.ii..
Iblo .( titers In Ib.WHli: ' '
Tho request asks for ii statcimnt as
to tho number of ncres or public lands
that can be given to newcomers. It
k for n ile.erlptlon of the lands In
detnll ami their locution and g-neial
adaptability for successful cultivation
by tho limn of small means. 'I he .iies-
''" prcf.onte.1 to tho Oovernnr iiro
very searching In tliclr nature, unit an
adequate answer to the queries of tho
United States government will result
(practically In n full nnd ofllclal report
t WllSlllngtOII Oil ttlO lUIUl poCJ' Of
The policy of tho Federal Immigra
tion authorities Is In tbo directing of
tho Immlgrnnt stream from Europe to
the thhdy-settleil portions of the coun
try Instead of having tho newcomers
congregate In the large cities. Tin.
request of tho United States authori
ties for a full statement on the land
conditions of Hawaii Is considered par
ticularly slgnllleant In view of the Im
migration policy of tho government
Governor Frear states that he will
reply to tho request of the Washington
authorities as soon ns tho necessary
data can be gotten together, nnd ex-
TO AVOID SPLIT
"Going two-thirds of tho way to
meet the shippers' wharf coninilitcn"
as a member of tho Merchants' As
sociation expressed it this morning -the
special committro from tho asso
ciation appointed to tako up tho nu.t-
willing to sec tho special wharf tux
stop on July 1, which would result in
stop on July I, which would rosui
. . ,0 ..e ,.,., .,
mlttco as well as to the special licilih
fund, the merchants are doing their
utmost to get what they consider
their rights without receding ,'rom
their original position
Tho result Is being worked out In
,11 r""0 "
resolution that will ho presented
day afternoon at u hpeclal
f thn association. This roa
ns not btcu Dually drafted.
hut it member of tho Association said
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niM'cnr mi., v, .m.
l " -
I Annoiiiiceinelit win inado itnilly
lieforo 3 n'cloik this nflernoon lhat
llio miilliiee toiir.'it nf Ihu HhtHsUll
t-lmlr (ild liln wlmH iH tt'Jk.
owIiik In Hie lulu mrlvitl of Ism
l I rl VI 1.1 i
UM UlltlUV d"".,