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using it with such iar-reaching results.
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4964.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SUSPEND COASTWffLAWl SUGAR TARIFF?
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"I hud ii beautiful vucatlnn," uii
Iho uny S.lpt rlnti inK-nt of Public
WurkH Murstuu Campbell expressed
lilnuilr this morning when liu reached
tin' Cupllol, being n returning passcn-
gtr un thu l.urlhv rriiiu llio Coast, , I
Asked whether liu li.ul devoted imy
of IiIh tlmu lo titlU'lul luHltii-KH. Camp-
Ull Mated that ho li.ul Micnt meut of
Hi" Hum gelling iicciiiuhitod with lila
family. ;i caned for llio Inipiovclnont of llio us Indicating u laxity of cffoil on tho
"I made a few Inquiries that will hu nanllnry conditions of thu city ami p.ut of tin? Hoard of Health Molt
i.f vnlim whtn It comes to dealing with llio plans that ale made for thu ux- Smith points to the records of the
roine of our local pi oblems," ho x.ihl. I pciullUuo of tile "5ii.(.iOD that will ho- department which 11 ahovv Iho largo
Campbell stated that liu took hlsnui-' gin lo become available on Jul) 1st,' amount of woilc accomplished lu th
thine with Mm mid tnuipd California' tho beginning of thu new hlcniilnl pe-past four onrs by thu Inspectors of
extensively, visiting mining othcrlrlod ' iho department.
11 iii' the property of tho Honolulu
I'oioolhlatcil Ull Company, which hu
declares N considered a promising en
terprlHO. liu Kays It Is In it llinirlidllllK
Campbell fluted that ho knew until
hm' of the lloHteln charKPH 011 tho
Miihukona wharf uml was nut prepared
to (Mscitfts the matter.
Secretary Meyer Tells of Plans
WASUINdTON, Juno 10. That tho
Kieat naval bapcB lu time of war
would lie- I'p.nl llarhor. on tho lclllu
tilde, mid (luantanaiuo, on llio Attau
lie Bide, tho Philippine!) being aban
donud as n naval base, and that Muru
I'lainl la to hu developed to Its lilnh
(st point of elllclency weio Iho facta
made plain by rlePielnry Mojer In bin
IcHtluioiiy beforo tho Illume couinill'
leo on oxpendltutt'8 lu the navy Ui'
Whllo Mecr admltlcd that three
filiilloiiH on tho Atlantic co.mt wcio
to bo abandoned, ho did not Hay what
ouch wero to bo culminated, hut lat
er It was luutned that tho yards at
Philadelphia, 1'oitBiiioiilli and Charl
islon 1110 the ouph that aro lo ko.
TI10 HPPiotury lohl Iho roinnillteo
that ho believed the economy ,of tho
general nay Hltitallon pointed to un
Immedlato ilPvelopniPnl ofMuro UI11111I
and coiiHtiuctlun of us much work as
pustdblu at that point.
Tho testimony1 of Moyer boforo tho
comuilttoo Hubstnutlutcs in every do
tall the dispatch printed lu Tho Call
Koveral weeks iirii, IuIIIiib of Iho pto
puxcil ubolllluii of Ihiee nay yards
on tho Atlantic coast and thieu on
Iho Pacific, with tho rtiiiHciiucnt ili
M'lopuieut of Mate Island.
"When tho Panama canal In open
ed," mild (Meyer, "It will become tttlll
mora evident Hint nil of theso navy
"jnrdii aro not needed on the Atlantic
1 uiisl, because tho Meet will bo a put
of tho time lu tho Atlantic and part
of Iho time In Iho Paclllc.
"Tho Kieat naval bahes In lliuo or
war would bo Pearl liuihur 011 the
P.iclfln flilo and Duanlnuiimo on tho
"You say 3011 have abandoned the
Philippines us a naval hasuT" luipilr
(i Itepiesenlullvo lliildy or Texas,
tho committee rhali innn
"Ves," Meyer losponded.
HIDISCUS SHOW TOMORROW.
The hibiscus flower show will open
' loniorruw inornlin? nt 11 o'llock at Pro
motion ("opimlttee headiliurtirs All
llni.se iIphIiIuk to coutilbiiti' uro re
ill(iited to li.lle their llowers at Iho
Promotion I'ouimltteo looms before HI
- SMITH WON'T BE FORCED
Declares Health Board Ready
To Be Judged By
President Molt-Smllh of tlm TphI-.
torlal Hoard of Health ninl the mt-iii-.
hem cit llifoboarei liavo iiuvlhlciitloiil
or icKlgnltig. Tney nro fully KatUHiM,
with the wuilt that Ikih su-f:ir pro-'
ItfrorrliiR to,n statement lu an nft-l
1 ., ... ,, . .. ... I
(moon paper that Iho Hoard of Health
idiould iosIri. In 11 body "and Ip.hu lis
liCKlected woik lu tho hands or Iho
lilliirv PniiiniluRliill" Mlllt-Hmllh
Btutcd this iiiumltiK. '
"i .1,. .,..1 ii..a 1,. 1... r..,.i 1..1..
reolRiilne by alijonn mul Iiaat of all I
by tlioii) who me responsiblo fin this
attack upon llio Hoard of lloaltli. Vo,
are icady In leao tho work that liu
been iiccouiiilfithod lo tho Judement of.
Tho ehlef of tho heallli iloiiartinotit
points out thai Chnplcr 213 of tho to-
Msed lawn wnicn 11 in eiauneu riiu
tho Hoard of Health ninplo iwer to'
luort-Pd afialiiBt iiiilsnucH Is a law for,
tho abatement of private iiiiImiiicpm
TO BE ACTING
arctjorlo Alvnrado, tho Klllplno labor mul wanted them to Bet throiiKh with
recruiter who loured In tlm htiiiuishlii'llHli teBtlmoiiy III court us noon ni
Benatoi's" cureir hero ntid was nirist-tpojslhle, hi that they tould n turn to
id UBain n few iluyH niiu, cliarRisl wltll'lhelr work
unlawfully folicltlnii labor lij lio thu
IhI.ii-.i1m. Is helliiMd to ho actlnK for
I'allfornli fruit Inleiests. AlMirado, It
im said. Inn. told tho lubori rs ho dealt
witli that he was actluts for thu "Cull-
foinl.i l'mlt Coinpaiiy," but thU Is bo-
IIumiI to hu thu Cullfnriilii Pi nil Puck
lie Klllplno was broiiKht up In pu-
llio court this inuinlnir, and was lep
reseiitid us counsel, by Attorney Leon
M Straus, while M V. Pioxsir up
piartd ni i-piel.il council nsslstliiK tho
Attorney Stluiis urRiied iiriiIihI Im
medlato trial of bis client Hu told tho
com I that hu had been employed only
yeitirduy aftirnuiiii, and thai ho was
not prepared to proceid Willi the trial
Prnsser Biihl that ho had subpoenaed
twenty-two witnesses fiom Wulpahii
HUMANE DEATH FOR STRAY CANINES
Lethal Chamber Decided
on By Society and
Honolulu's sin plus ihnrs will bo Riven
iiulfk und painless dispatch to tho cu
nlno htiiuflir If thu Humane Kochty's
plans now ImjIiib dew loped uro huc
teHHful (IiorRu A. llrowii of tlm nu
clei mid Mii)ur J J. 1'Vru havuiiRricd
upon upechil pin.'lslou fur Iho doRS
pliked up by the iuiiiidiuasttr, und us
mini as Bin riff Jinrett und tho iuuor
run Ret loKether on tho ilclulls of. co-
opt ration, pimlsluu will ho luiido for n
"lethal iliiiiuln-i" III willed llio stray
does will bo wafted Into ,pn iiuiiiciit
mill llinl the Hoard ol Ilo.illli coulil
not lake nlllclnl nctlon umlcr Its ur.)
visions, It having been enacted for
tin- lii-nullt of private citizens. As to'
tho other lawn tli.it haw been cited I
.,., ,. ,,,,.
Points to Murray,
Ar ia '"' k:I'-'K 'luralhin Molt-
Sml, Wm that Ihpio would now
10 f'cn "lllcrtlon of K.irlMKO h.V
1"10 Terrilory had It not been for tho
work or SupervlRor Murray lu blook-
'" ,,,B l',u ,n "' ''B!'lt"
"Murray now Btaten Ihul tho frto
c-ollectlou of naibaco In Uk oxpcimlvo
fur'-llia County,-' K.ild Motl-rlniltli-tliU
liminlliK- "I offeied to tako It owr
for tho Teriltory iind lip was tho man
that IhrpiileliPil to Ktnp Iho wholo
plan of lolnedlul health IcKlrlntlou If
hhi "1 " mm" '-iii
not Hliliktu from Iho luw as It was
then pendliiB iiud I ! forced lulo
n trttdo to Keep hands off"
"Tho iilanters can will afford to mini
for them iiKiiln, whin the trial Is
niidy," vuld rilruiii.
"This Is not 11 cane of tho planters
iiKtiluxt thu defendant, but It U 11 cane
In Whkli tho Teirllory Ii Interesteil,'
caino buck I'rosser
"Wtll," lontlnu.d Htraiis, "I liuvo
Juit us iniuh rlKht to seo Hint my
illeiltK' iltjlits uro protected, mid
tin rehire 1 ask for 11 reusonublu tlmu
in wblih to prepare my case. I don't
know what's lu tho complaint. II Is a
lenrthy complaint iind I want, u rca
Bonabltf time to look It up Intelli
PioKuir und Straus continued to
at true for nearly thirty minutes, and
at the tnd Of htremious urKUmeiit
.Indue .Monsnmit fit tho tlmu for trial
nl ' o'clock Ihls uflmiooii
ilriamliud by tho r.is loute
The Humaiio Socltt) took up Iho
doR kllllliR "evil" Mime time uro,
BiuilhiK to all putts of thu United
Slates for llteiaturo on Iho Mibjeit,
Aftir exleimhe correspoiub nee, It was
ilccldid that u lethal ihaiuber Is thu
most humane and ilftitlvo way ol
dliposlUK or unci. lined doRS. It was
left to Mr llrowu to work on tho prae
IP nl aspects of tho plan, und Ilroun
n pel led Ibis liiornlnu that Mayor Peril
mih the inoiiey fur tho lethal chamber
will be forlhioniliiK If Iho tdierllf, who
bus conliol of Iho doK-iolluctluK do
partnient, is harmoniously Inellnid.
Kherilf Jairetl, It is uudeiatood, Ii
(HiK'clul II ul ! tin CaAlH.)
POUGHKEEP8IE, N. Y, Juno 27.
Cornell University again proved su
premo in rowing today, Coach Court
ney's pupils winning first honors in
the annual intercollegiate regatta on
the Hudson today. The Ithacans won
the four-mile contest by a length in
29 minutes 10 4-5 seconds, with Co
lumbia University second, Pennsylvania
third, and Syracuse and Wisconsin
the freshman eight-
oared race, but Cornell came back and
won the four-oared varsity contest in
6,000 GUESTS AT
THIS GARDEN PARTY
(Kpwlil Dull-tin ril.l- 1
LONDON, Cng, June 27. The- cor
onation garden party was held at
Buckingham Palace today, six thou
sand guests attending.
MEDICAL MEN CONVENE
.. . f. AMPCI E?C
J V AIMutUto
(Kih-IuI lliii.etln C.il.la
LOS ANUELES, CaU June '27. The
annual convention of tho American
Medical Association benan its sessions
MAGAZINES NEXT FOR
ATTACKS AS TRUST
(AfwivMntM Preao r.ill-.) 1
NEW YORK, N. Y., June 27. The
Federal government today began suit
to dissolve the Periodical 'Publishers'
Association, alleging that the publish
ers that form the association have
combined to restrain trade In violation
of tho Sherman anti-trust law. A score
of well-known American magazines are
included in the list of defendants. '
SENATE ASKS TAFT
ABOUT ALASKAN LAND
(Aiisorlnteil press Cntile.l
WASHINGTON, D. Ci June 27. The
Senate .has asked the President for In
formation on the alleged attempt of
railroad Interests to monopolise the
wattrfront on Controller Bay, Alaska
LA F0LLETTE PREVENTS
(Associated Pns Cablft.)
WASHINGTON, O. C, June 27. An
objection by Senator La Follette of
Wisconsin today prevented the Senate
fixing July 24 as the date for the final
vote upon the Canadian reciprocity
HAN ntANCISCO. Juno 27HeetR
(8 dialysis, 10s. HI -2d.; purity, 4 S 7c
Previous ipiolutlon. IQs. 3d
Tpuipcrotiires C 11 in, 75; 8 n in,
7G; 10 u 111, 70; jioon, 77; morning,
minimum, 7.1 '
lluromt tor, S u. m , :I0 DC; ubsoliilo
humidity, S u. 111, fjOSti grains per
cubic fiMit; relative humidity, K 11. 111,
G2 per tent; dew point, 811 in, C2.
Wind 0 n 111., velocity Hi, dliee
tloti N Ii ; S 11 ni velocity Hi, dliec
tlon K.; I a. in., vt-nclty 11, direc
tion N. II ; noon, velocity 11, dliee
thin N. i:.
Halnrall ilurlutj 'H hours ended 8 it
111 , truce
Only a very fow passengers liav.)
so far booked for Iho rourlli of Julv
oxciiislou In Kaliultil by tho eteamei
"M1111I l' Intending puseoiiRuis sliotild
net me tlieli Ikkits at once, for un
less theio aro HUlllclent Ismkiiigs In
Iho noxt day or two, tho oxcurslon
will have to bo called off.
Head of Mormon Church
Quizzed In Sugar Probe
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(AMoclnted trtss Calile.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 27. President Joseph .". Smith of the Mor
mon church was railed today before tho special Ccngroisional committee In-,
vesogaiing me auegeu sugar iruti, xo explain me conneciiun 01 ino-uiuu
Sugar Company, of which he is president, and tho American Sugar Refining
Company, the alhned trust.
President Smith testified that Ui had entered the sugar business to In
terest the Morgans and declared that he hah-not owned and does not now own
any stock in the American 8ugar Refining Company,
ishop Nlbley, testifying before thecotnmlttee, declared that Henry Have
meyer had paid the stockholders of the amalgamated Utah company nearly
two for one for their interests.
RAILROADS ENTER FIGHT
FOR TRADE OF FAR EAST;
HAWAII WILL GET BENEFIT
SAN rilANCIKt'O. Juno 18 A
Blimp contllil for Iho trade of tho Orl
mt has heel) precipitated between tho
Soiillurn Paclllc and tho Wesltrn Pa
clllc Oullnary commercial rhalryhas
been dlspbutd by an uitlvo battle Tho
war Is lo lie curried to thu other side
or Iho Paclllc, and both lonipnnlm uro
pn paring for the contest.
III this ciimpalgu thu great Paclllc While It was mid at Iho time Ihul liny
octan riirrluh "iru destined lo play an who mirely Inking n vaiiillon. It up
Important part rhey nro tin) links bo- pears that cr unions business will
Ivveiu tho Amerlcnu nillioiuls and Iho occupy their tlmu
ureal und growing trade of western (Continued on Page A)
Honolulu Man Weds Accom
plished Musician ofCali
MII.I. VAI.I.I'.Y. Juno II llefore a
bowtr ol white roses Mrs. Ada New
begin-lleyiii'inalili biviiino the brlilo of
TI1011111H V.KhiR nl tho homo of lit r
mother this evenlnif
Tlm bride Is Iho daughtir of J J
Novvbeglu, Iho well-known bookatlhr
lu San n.itielseo. She Is till net mil
pllslteit musician und hold it high place
III musical circles about the b iy.
King Ii depulj assescor or Honolulu
uud u former lie-coininodoro of the
Hawaii Yacht Club
The Now begin lesldeute lu the rtd
woods of Mill Yulley wus deiornled 111
tlovvirs und finis for the weddlm, ur
einoii), Willi Ii took place at 8 o'clock
III the spucloiis living loom Iter
Sidney Yurrovv, paslor of the Ciiugro
Riillonal cburcliiif Mill Valley . llhl
nteit Tho bride was given nvvny by
her fut In r Hi i- sUttr, Miss Anna
NuvvbeRlu, was the Bole iitleudiiiit.
Mr mul Mrs. King lift lifter tho
wedding for a bilef ttuy lu the south
Asia The Oriental trntllc, both pas
tanker und freliiht, has given luumlse
of siiib Rieut' development that thu
llRht for the prize has begun.
Uurly In tho present month n party
of Southirn Paclllc oillclals ralltd for
tho Urltut on Iho Mcumshlp Mongolia
Among them wero William Maid, ion
t roller of tho loinp.iny; Charlet H 1'ie,
p.iseuger manai.-ir, und O I.. King
KING A BENEDICT
'lhe will sull for Honolulu In July und
make their homo tlure.
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j THOMAS V. KING
Diil'irliiK lu effect thai the inovo of
I0111I hiiHincM Intercuts fur a suspen
sion uf Uio constwiku passenger laws
l nit 11 jl Ine the tariff oil sugar, the Kan
lrniii isto ('l.niuber of Commerce has
-ei. the followiut; 1 ulilei;rum to Iho
loiul I'li.uuber of I'oiiiunrce
Kali rninclsio, Juno 2G, 1911.
thaiubtr of Coninitrce, Honolulu:
StroiiKly iirRe coepiratlon try to
Induct our UeleRate to CoiiRTens to
witbdrnw bill suspending coastwise
lau Duty Is llktly to lie ubollsbed
sugar I '1111 not hao free tratlo ono
baud, protection other
SAN PHANCISl'O CIIAMIinil OP
The Irmtt'us of tho local chamber
were culled tocMher this iiiornlntr' by
resldeul Morean mul tho cablegram
placed btforo Hit 111 Ull motion It was
it fund to the loinmltteu oil barber,
nhlpplui; mul transportation, uf which
K H. Paxtou Is thtlruiaii.
Seviral niuves havo bteu mado horo
to git the itiaslwlse laws Hiispimltd so
that tho Jatjaiieio.Healners niltiil en
riiro In passenger tr.ltllo In and from
inn iiii 1. toe iuiei iieveiupiiieiit huh.
Iho aiticm of tlm Merchants Asaoclu-T!
Hon scleral months uro lu Instructing
tho lKlejrale tu favor suspeiislou of
111" lawn, mul the bill Is now beforo
roimreis According to the cablegram
ubove, Hawaii lua have to choose be
tween a tariff on sugnr und the piesen
ger Iratllc desired
TO STUDY OLD
Two of the most famous scientists
III llio win Id are in Honolulu today,. on
their way In tako iii tho absorbingly
Interesting rtudy of tho Volcano of
Klluiien, pronounced by European
uloglsts tho most reuurkublo volcano j
lu the world
ho two men uro Frank Alvord Per-
rct, the llnllan forecaster of upheav
als, called "I'irrti of Vesuvlui." undb
Prof i: S Stepbard of the Carnegie
lurultiitf, prokibly the most tunlnentf
Ijlgh tempi rature expert In tho world.
They arrived on tho l.urllno from tho
Coast this morning Perxet Is nt the
bead of mi expedition sent out by the
MnsBiichusttts ImtlUlte of TechpologyT
i... . . 1.... u..i.i. 1.. i.i.. ,1.1 .
int. intitule, rj.ii il 111 nun vjteiiiiiuii
being Prof. T A Juggur Jr, who Is I
wilt known here from his volcanic ro-., --
To Test Hot Lava.
Among thu largo ipinntlty of equip-
nient which tho l.urllno carries for the
parly uro great reels of nteel cable.
with slings and cupKtulis This cable'
Perrtt proposes to take to tho top ofj
the mountain uud there Mretch It'i
across the cruter lie will' then loner '
by Its moans 1111 electric Instrument of
his own Invention called u njromctrr
lulo thu teething luva for tho purpose '
of aricrtululug Us varying tempera"
luren Wliut the results will be," said Per-
nt 'trill depend lurgely upon
tlout. as 1 I'.nd them, mid lurtlcularlSj
upon the height ol the lava In tUnl
eraer Hi sides the tempt rature tents
it Is in) pm pine to st euro for analytical
wimples of gases at various depth-,
ulilcli we will collect In vacuum bot
tles Ihese gusei also have great I
bearing upon tho subject of exploslvoj
Kilauea Interesting. f
"KluuutM, In 111 my respects. Is thu,
must rcmurkiiblo of the world's vol
cuuooe of which we have knowledge!
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