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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4978.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
College Must Halt in Develop
ment or Secure Larger
WANTS EMPHASIZED AT
THE ANNUAL MEETING
Institution Now Furnishing
Education at One-Half Cost
Demands -Outstrip Re
sources, Three bundled thousand dollars' ad
ditional endowment Is needed to cany
out plana that Oahu College tiuslces
would llku to iut tluougli In oiilur
thut thu facilities of the college m.iy
keep iace with the educational de
mand lllernlly tin list upon It.
This was brought out ut the annual
meeting of the trustees, held jcstoi
day afternoon, ut which lepoits far
tho )c'nr were piesenled and many
plans and ways uud menus discussed.
All of tho plans come hack to the
(itii-Htlou of funds, and Chairman . c.
Junes, of the finance committer, said
this morning thut thu demands niadu
upon" the school for Increased faelll
ties ma far greater than tlio resoiir
ccs with which, to meet them.
To hulld tho annex to Charles It.
lllshop hall and make other Improve
ments entails an expense PC $40,1)00,
of which $37,5110 litis been raised, with
more than $10,000 still to he scented.
And as was stated at tho annual meet
ing jostculay, the doht of $10,000 hi
due to tho coming ut students from
Him other Islands, whoso attendant)
It. making necessary tho Incicaso In
1'ieslilent A. !'. QrlDHliB' rcKrt Is a
Bti Iking one, setting forth not only
.tho needs of tho Institution, hut ,t
long lecord of accouipllshiucnt, and
the excellent administration of tho
uiiooi, as set forth In tho ioiort, U
given high commendation by thu trim
tees. .Mr. Jones said this morning that
tho lepuit Ik eittctnely satisfactory to
education Less Than Cost.
Oaliu college Is doing n splendid
work for education, It Is biought out
In tho remit t. The col lego Is furnish
lug Instruction for Its patrons at Just
one-half ho cost Inclined. In other
nurds, tho college lecelvcs in fecsimly
one-half of thu exiienso of giving its
pupils an education.
With uu ondowmont of $400,000 In
iniiml flgutos, thu cillcgo Hilda Itself
unalilo to meet thu pressing needs fur
giowth In nil departments. "To l.u
developing as It should develop," said
Mr. Jones this morning, "wo should
Imvo an additional endowment of at
least $300,000." President Olllllths
leport emphasized this need, and it
wns olio of the Important mattei.s uu
der discussion yesterday.
As a lesult of this statement of
needs, homo nyi.tum of organizing tho
nliimiii and fnimcr students Into a
nipio helpful nnd active body may ho
worked out. The ilifllciilty with Oahu
College, Mr. Jones commented this
nimnlng. Is that a lingo peicentago of
tho graduates go io other colleges on
the mainland to complete tholr edu
cation and thus In a measure loso In
iciest In Oahu as their alma mater.
All of thu committees roporled yes
(eiihiy oxcopt the llnTicj cominltlee.
which will muko a icport later. Tho
trustees itiml oincors ami commllteo
nun were reelected, as follows:
I'icsldoiit, A. l OrlllltliH; vlco-pro-phloiit,
V. H. Castloj secretary, A. F.
.luild; Ireasurer, I'. C. Jones; uuditoi,
C, If Conko; other tiusteos, V.
Damon, William L. Whltnoy, s. I!.
Hole, I,. A, Thurston, v. I Wiling!
ham, A. C. Alexander.
Commllteo loports woro received
fiom tho bulldltiKS and gioimds com
mittee, of which W. P. Dillingham Is
rhalriuan: the olticatlon committee,
W. It. Castle chad man; and tho llh
raiy commltteo, V. W. l)ainon, chad-man,
May Do Politics
To Get Results
Active but non-partisan participa
tion In city and county politics was
discussed last night at u meeting of
thu Wulalae, Kaimuki nnd l'.ilolo Im
piovement Club, held at tho resilience
of II. T. Mills, i:iglit Avenue. Itepie-
sculatlves of this rapidly growing uud
busy section mo seriously thinking o.'
putting up two men for membership
In the hoard of supervisors nt thonuxt
That tho present hoard of supervi
sors Is not giving this section of tho
city its duo iitiKrtliiii of Improve
ments, paitlcnlarly In the matter if
roads, wns tho declaration made by
half u dozen of lliuso present last
night, It was staled by Mr. Mills to
day, and tho lack of road tepalrs in
tho last few months has developed
Into ,u well-nourished giluvance.
It was suggested that an effort ho
made In secuip from tho -supervisors a
certain appioprlatlou for each month,
uud that the club would undertake to
sec tho money wisely expended mi
that It would benefit tho entire ills'
trlcl. Kd. Towsu made a senil-huni
orous suggest Ion that If the .supcrvls
ors do not give Kaimuki moio iilton-l
tlou, that part of tho city should
cedo from the test of the iiiuuli ipallly
uml organize a government hy com
mission for Itself. Thu tone ut
tho criticism generally was not hum
Vote to Incorporate.
Other matters of public Interest
weio taken up. A vote was passed
that tho sense of tho meeting should
bo for tho club's Incorporation. The
CASE AND ASK COURT
FOR CHILDREN AND DECREE
Aritumeiit In the McQiiuld divorce
case In Kan this morning, Attorney
.Inines Coke, for William MeCJuald, talc
ing about an hour nnd u half to mini
mal l?e the testimony that has been ad
duced In favor of his client during thu
course of the trial.
Coko scored Mrs. McQuald In no uu
cei lain terms and nski il for a decree
of dlvorcu and thu custody of the chil
dren, based on tho cToss-conipluliit tiled
by McQuald, charging cruelty and adul
ter v Mrs. McQuuld's rtlatlons with
Volney C. Drlvir, whom McQuiild
wounded nnd wns himself shot In turn
BIG TOURIST TRAVEL IS EXPECTED
Tourist travel to thu Islands gives
promise of regaining and even exceed
ing tho heavy volimio registered Inst
fall and winter, accoidlng to a report
made tu the' Hawaii Promotion Com-1
llllttee today by Kecietury II. I. Wood.
Mr. Wood says: I
"Wo iccelved by the s. 8. Wllhel
mlna the largest number of IikiuIiIcm
for liifm niallon nboiil Hawaii and
(juests for our folders that have over
come to hand In uny olio mail, Indl-
eating u decidedly Increased Interest '
In tho Islrnds mill encouraging tho
belief that trnvel tills wuy can Im tie-
ponded upon to Increase, steadily.
"Ono party writing from l'ougii
keepsle, New Yotk, says:
"'I olico visited Hawaii and shall
never lest content until again on the
way, and thin time 1 hope to remain,
cluh will now tako up tho building of
a clubhouse, already owns a lot,
which Is held In tho name of Daniel
Logan as tiustee, and after Incorpora
tion, thu ownership of tho lot will be
vested In tho club.
Another matter taken up was the
establishment of a puik ami plaza nt
tho Kaimuki reservoir. It is proposed
that tho cnticietc top of Iho reservoir
he mndo Into n sort of plaza, with n
low balustrade or railing around It,
mill that tho adjacent park ho estab
lished. TIipic Is an aero nnd n half of pub
lic laud adjoining tho
plans we ro discussed last night for.
turning this Into a park, the build-'
lug of steps up tho hillside and gen-
oral Improvement of this place, vhlchj
was foimerly TJolcglaph Hill and a
iKrnJlilhvd ot'JinUlfg hlarurd for lit
the oxpuiiFo of Iho club, nnd of utlll.-
Ing tho whole' nn u central gathering
"lilnroifpr tho people: of tho section, J
' It was' leportpd that the club lias
put lip thirty or inoro new street
signs, u needed Impiovemciit.
The plans for Incorporation and
linuso const ruction are not entire
ly seHleil. It Is iiropontl to Incor
porate for $3,000, with tho privilege
of extending this Io $10,000, una, to
bold rhinos nt $1 each. The voting
power of members has not been decbl-
ed upon., nno plan being to glvo a1
voto for ouch sliuro of stock, iiiinlhor!
to clvo each ' member but olio Mite,
no matter how many shares of ,jUock
he holds. -
on the morning of November 4, 1910,
were deult on at length In Coku's nr
guimnt Coko declined that tho cir
cumstances that had been shown tn
have existed were siilllcleut tu prove
tho charge of ndiiltiiy. Mrs. McQuald's
association with Drlvir In face of the
repeated protests of her husband were
i nuugli to hello her ussertlon on thu
witness stand Hint she had been u
"s input bet lu wife," Coku asserted.
"I will not comment on thu testimony
glseii by tho two little girls who ucru
cullnl to testify against their father,"
(Continued on Page 3)
for them Is no other such delightful
place on earth.'
"In n letter fiom Kansas City, tho
'"I passed through Honolulu on my
way to tho Orient 'soinothlng over u
year ago. I Baw some of the sights,
however, for the bathing at Walklkl
was so delightful that I spent every
minute of my time In tho suif, but I
am coming iigulii, uud that very
"A lady In Spiingllold, Ohio, writes
that slio passed through Honolulu on
the Cleveland and Is now arranging
for an early Hip to tho Islands and n
Tlio. Yellowstone Park Tnuis Com
pauy wrltea .that our folders aru In
gooil demaitd mid that many of their
(Continued on Page 8)
COIf RESSIDI TO
That n Congressional visit hire thu
latter part of the summer Is praitlcjlly
certain Is the stntcini lit made this afl
erurou to the II u 1 1 u 1 1 n I')' Delegate
Kiilllo. Following tlje receipt of all
Associated Press cablegram uiiuoiuic
lug that thu Senate had agreed to ad
journ on August T, the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n nsk
td tin Delegate as to tho possibility
of a visit of Congressmen here, an np-j
proprltttloii for which was made by the
"I shall cable to Washington hiuuedl-
ately to see About Ihe lslt," said the
Delegate. "It may bo considered suru
that ll Visit wilt ho llilldo llele."
SET FOR AUGUST 7
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 14 A
dato was definitely agreed upon today
for the endimj of the present session of,
Congress will adjourn on
August 7, according to the plans made
The Senators agreed to vote on the
Canadian reciprocity agreement on July
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f Assocl llrtl Ir"i"H CaMe.)
ANGELES. Cab, July 14. The
'r'aI of Jl"1 J- and James B. McNa
mora, the alloged dynamiters of the Loi
Angeles Times, was set today for No
WILEY CHARGES TO
f Assocliteil l'n H8 Catile.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 14 The
House committee on expenditures In
the agricultural department will inves
tigate the charges that Dr. H. W.Wiley,
the government pure food expert, has
taken money illegitimately for his ser
FLIGHT A SUCCESS
tAssoclalid l'ress Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 14 Avl-
ator Atwood ended a remarkable flight duo to the fruit lly's activities, believes
here today, when he arrived, from Boi-roin his general observation and ex
ton, circled the Washington monument pirlinciit that thu melon My Is the uc-
no) alighted on the lawn at the White
House. He was given a medal by Pres
ident Taft for his feat.
U.S. GUNBOAT TO
WATCH OVER HAYTI
(Assoclltid Prrss Culde.)
WASHINGTON, D. C July 14. The
gunboat Petrel has been sent to Haytl
because of the report of a revolt there.
350 COFFINS FOR
(Bpeelal llullulln Cable.)
TORONTO. Can., July 14. Three
hundred and fifty coffins have been sent'
to the Porcupine district to care for tlio!
victims of tho great forest fires.
STATUE TO HONOR
MAJOR A. S
Iced of Mnjnr Andrew
To honor Iho
S. Unwan. If. S
A., retired, now a io-
shlent of Han Francisco, who can led
tlio "inessago to (lutein" during tho
8puiilsli-Ainerlean war. a bill was In
tiodiiccd Into tho Bcnatn hy Senator
Wnston, to authorize tlio electing of
n statue on Ihe gioimds of tho A) my
Wnr College at Washington, sjmhnllc
I of this gieat historic oveiil, Tho stn-
tlio If allowed
Io be erected will cost
(Hpeclnl llulletln Cabin.)
LONDON, dip., July 14. The revised Anglo-Japanese treaty was signed
the Far East
Itl terms deal with questions of vital importance, not only to
i but to the entire world.
International arbitration takes on a new significance with the announce
ment that the new treaty contains a provision that the condition of mutual as-
sistance in time of war is made inapplicable if either party Is fighting a na
tion with which the other has a general arbitration treaty.
The only oilier change of first importance in tho new document is the
omission of any recoanitlon of Jaoan'j
""u n,w "0"' on ureal urliain t altltudo regarding Japanese occupation of
The treaty runs ten years. The Anjlo-Japmctc commercial treaty is ex
tended for two years ro far as Canada is lonctrncd.
BRISTOW HITS CUBAN RECIPROCITY
t,llH'l ill, I I'ltss Clble.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, July H. Sjnalor Drlotow of Kansas declared to
day before the special committee Invaitlgbtlng the alleged sugar trust that
the Cuban reciprocity plan has taken ten trillions of dollars from the govern
ment In sugar duties and given is to the sugar trust.
IFRUIT FLY NOT ATTACHING
Iteports are reaching the Hullo t III
to tho effvet that tho Mediterranean had reports that this Is the case Tho' (letting away entirely from tho ma
frolt lly Is spreading from fruit trees eases wu have Investigated hnvo turn- cnihini Idea, thu company hits' made Its
tn vegetables and that Its ravages In ed.out to ho melon-Ily work." .road material of concrete, using sand,
Kallhl have betoinu noticeable. That The Hoard of Agriculture and Fores-' cement nnd crushed rock, the latter in
the pest Is not tho fruit lly, but thu
melon lly, Is the conclusion reached by
Liitomolnglst Hlirhorn, who, although
he has not seen tho particular speci
mens of Injured pioduets claimed to bu
cording to thu reports from Kallhl,
the fruit lly Is attacking Hpiaslies,
string beans, encumbers, clilllpeppi-rH
and other vegituhles and Is developing
all inn izlng mid variegated appetite,
"h'o far as my obsirvatlou goes, this
pest Is not the fruit lly, hut the melon 'coining on Is not lufcilcd, One mail Is
lly thut vie have bad for twenty ) ears,". raising some particularly lino peaches,
said Mr Hhrliorn this morning. "The "Tin re's no iieid of cutting back or
union lly attacks nil th'esu vcgctuhV-h,' trimming thu trees to protiet the fruits,
but I have not found uuv Instances of It Is the t'llllts that must bo destidyed."
The ellv mnl eolinlv Kllliervluors
I t"o appropriated tho sum of $8,750.00
t for placing In good i ep.il r thu several
tchnol buildings In Iho city as well tin
tho enmity districts.
The ways ami means committee
with Supervisor Low as chairman,
went Into thu needs of tho bcIiikiU nt
Iho last of the teinl-annual peilod.
lleforo the drafting of the new appro
priation hill, It was found that from
estimates at hand, It
Mimo thlity thousand
.. . 1....I
rompllsh all tho work that would do
woiiiii iciuiru8, analysis, 12s. 1 1-M
dollurs to ac- p.....!....,, ......i,,.!,.,, i?
nermanenev in Korea. Tht. omi.ian
thu fruit Hy doing co, although wo have
try has received some unusually Inter- three grades Nos. 2, 3 and 4. The inn
estlng Information from fruit growers' terl.il Is thoroughly tamped, nnd the re
on access In ridding their trees of the' suit Is n smooth, dean surface, whose
worm that has caused much dumugu to sanitary properties are said to exceed
tigs, peaches and other fruits. Accord- nrieiidaui by fur. Thu Hawaii Meat
lug to tho leports, thu growers who do-1 1'un.pnnj's new road Is titOO npiare feet
strojed their llrst crop of peaches nnd III extent.
tigs ure now getting splendid results! 'Iho plans for this road were worked
With their hvciiihI crop. out by J. J lUlser'of the company, and
The campaign was made, not by cut- u noteworthy fact Is thut mure than u
ting hack or destroying thu trees, but
by deitroylng Ihe fruit systematically,"
said Mr Hlirhorn today. "Care was
taken to destroy the Infected fruit of
the llrst crop, nnd the second crop now-
Tim board nt lis meeting, passed to
llrst reading an, to print a special
insolation calling for tho appropriation1
of $S7f0 which w just about cover
Iho cost of work that Is absolutely I
needed tn carry on tlio scliuol work
for tho coming term,
I'm m Mils amount will ho mid bills
Incurred for repainting, home repair- tweply serouds the temblor locked thu
lug. and In u few Instances tbfi oreo- tnrth, th.l motion being gentle but eal
Hon of tiddllloiial fccliool roinns. e fell, uud then subsided as iiulekly as
Tho niuount Is now available and at it began,
the Inslanco of tho wiy.s and mouiiii! Tho shock was reiorded bv the U. S..
I"1" I'lleo work Is now underway to
put the structures In condition for an-
another term of school,
HAN ritANCLSCO. Julv
parity, t C"o.
Woekl? H u 1 1 e r I n I! ,.e r jrsr.
The llrlthdi cruiser rii.illenger
Honolulu for Christmas Island with
urdtrs to Investigate thu report that a
thousand Jnpaliche had been landed m
jtho Island and wtru M'ttllug there, uc
(Hiding to u admission stated her to
buo been made hy uu otlleer of tho
Vesstl befolu leaving
It ports have been coming here for
several months of tins prexeute of many
Japanese In tills part of thu South Beas,
and It was only u few weeks ago that
Cuptnlu Mux Hclil.'ininer, I lie veteran
manner, leeeivid word that thu HrllMi
ve-sel Algerlue hud ordered some Jap
anoo otr ChrliliuaH Island, which Is
the priirl of u Dlltlih subject. Tho
Japanese, It was believed, bad llieru-
iipon gone tu Vanning Island.
The llrltlsh steamship Aeon was
wrecked on fanning Island somu two
jears ago, ami the million and u half
f'.l of led wiki. 1 that formed the major
iujt-,r. tlKecurC't lKSi'l i 1lli luu t
that biought thu Japanese to lids part
of Ihe raclfle Several rumors of Jap- ,
unese sclKiuners thereabouts have drlft
id up In Honolulu, and the whole hlto
alloi, Is one that gives u reason for be
lieving tho cruise of thu Challengei has
ll dcllillte object.
IS A SUCCESS
Honolulu contractors have Just tin
Ished u piece of road work that Is be
lieved to mark the beginning of u new
epoch In road-construction here. Tlu
Honolulu Construction & Untying Ci
Is the concern thut Is lespnnslble for
thu Innovation, which Is u concrete road
that has been built for the Hawaii Meat
Company, us n menus of access tu Its
slaughterhouse ut Kallhl. .
(Continued on Paqe 3)
(Hisclat III) let In Wireless)
WAII.UKU, July It Two heavy
oaithiiia,ke shocks weru felt here ut
1I:,10 today, each of about ten seconds
A slight but distinct enrtluiuuku
shock at 1I.U7 o'clock this morning was
ftlt In ai Ions parts of Ihe illy, l'or
v..lher Hureau lustiiiiiHiits. thu time
being given as 11.30 o'clock. At thu
Capitol tho shock was quite noticeable,
hut nowhere was It severe enough lot
uiose any fear or uneasiness.
Miss L. uutot has returned from a
visit to the mainland nnd Is enguged
In private nursing She was formerly
a iiursu at Iho Maternity Home, butt,;
win take private cases hereafter, -'.J
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