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From 8an Franeltooi
Arlronnn ...July IS
Far San Franelsool
Muncliurlii i . . .July 10
Mnkura . . . i July 21
Krnlandla July 18
The evening paper li the best me
dium for roachlng the mlndt of a de
tired patronage, became It enters Into
hornet of every condition of life. It
often comprises the entire reading mat
ter for which the buay breadwinner hat
Gives Your Business Immediate Prominence
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4979.
20 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1911. 20 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
AUTO -WINNER IS A
UNKNOWN MOTIVE DRIVES
May Be Reason
"There l trouble In my life. I have committed suicide at Mr. Cana.
varro's room In tho Young Hotel." Note sent by A. P. C. Correa to his
wife Just before his suicide.
A. P. C. Correa, cashlor for II. K.
Lhlers & Company and winner of (he.
imtoinobllc In tlio prlzo context ic
cntly conducted hy tlio Honolulu
Amusement Company, sent a bullet
crashing Into Ills brain this morning
tliorlly before nlno o'clock In n room
ut tlio Young Hotel, and died Instantly-
Circumstances) surrounding the sul
rldo of tlio young Portuguese miiko
I bu tragedy one of tho most senst
tlonal that 1ms liaiiponed In Honolulu
In a Ions time. Corren's motive Is
not fully known, but It In behoved that
tho excitement and wony over hU
struggle for first nluce In the Ion,?
aulomobllo content, coupled with the
fact that In order to win tho ndzo
ho spent moro money than tbo unto
- mobile' "waut wortli, .together worked
to unset tlo IiIb mind, and that Ills act,
wlillo promodltatod for several hours
nt least, was that of ono not responsi
ble for Ills deed. '
Corioii' llvos 'tit 1541 Port struct,
with IiIh wife, a baby daughter only a
month and a half old, his faijior and
mother. Ho has been working stond
ily nt Khicrs'. This morning ho rose,
nto his breakfast nnd- rnnio down
town, ostensibly to' work. After
caching the city, hewent to n barber
shop nnd was shaved nnd then return
ed homo in a 1mA, saying that ho hncl
forgotten Bomcihlng ho needed. After
a short sonich In Ills room, he left tho
". , Mv .ww w.w.
houso and again came down town. It.
Is now holloved that ho returned homo oro boy or the tragedy shortly after
lor tho revolver. I this and hurried to the scciin. Dr.
Kent Worcf Home. M. j. Kmorson, police surgeon, was
Shoitly nrter nlno o'clock a mes- cnlled to tho scene and Dr. .1. T. Alc
scngor boy camo to tho door or his Donald nlno. but Correa was beyond
hnino with a messngo ror his wife nnd human aid long before the first people
mother. Tho messngo said. "Thcio. reached him.
Is trouble in my life. I have commit
ted Hiilrlde at Mr. Cinavarro's roam in
tlio Young Hotel."
Tho wife and mother hurried down
to tho Young Hntol nnd found Correa
Uretchcd Hfoloss on tho floor, facu
downward. Ills body wnB In front of
tho drcssor, and It Is believed that ho
stood hafnro Iho mlrrow, aimed tho
levolver at his head and filed. Tho
rmolvcr Is a cheap 32-cnllhro Bull
dog miiko, and only one chamber had
FLORAL PARADE DIRECTOR HAS
NAMED AIDES FOR NEXT PAGEANT
Director Arthur I Wall's principal
nldoif ror the noxt Floral Parado woro
announced by Mr. yall this morning.
The man who handled tho succcssrul
ivcnt. this your nnd was chosen in
maniigH It nnxt Fobruary again leaves
tomorrow on tho liner i.Manchtiriii ror
the roaBt fof' a month's vacation, nnd
hcloio leaving ho has arranged mat
ters so that propnintlons for tho big
p.igoHiit will go forward during liU
Mctlo At. Johnson will art as Dlioc
lor Wall's sccroluty and during his
absence will luivo general charge of
Trod C. Smith, who made a big suc
cess or Iho auto division last yen',
has been named to act as chalrmnn
or tho auto-coinmlttco again ami bus
Charles It. Frailer of tho rtonoor
Advertising. Company will bo chalr
mnn oi ino purHe-urnwu uoais coiuuiii
Ico. AIIsr Hoso Davison has consented
Tho bullet toro through his right
car and Into tho brnln, and Correa
apparently hair turned and fell on hlr
fucc. The revolver foil be.dde lilin.
It wns iIkih that tho honor-stricken
wire ami mother round tho joung man.
Tho room was In porfpet order, ex
cept that ror two reel around Correa'n
head tho carpet was gory with blood
and spattered with brains.
In Consul's Room;
The room Is that occupied by A. da
Souzu Canavnrro, tho Portuguese consul-general
here. Con en had acted as
hl secretary on u number of ncci
slons, and while holding no ofTlcl.il
position had done much clerical work
for Mr. Canavnrro. It Is tho constil'B
habit to go to his omco In tho morn
ay, .leaving the door, to his room In
tho hotel -unlocked, and appircnt,ly
counting on this Correa, had entered
It some tlmo beforo nlno o'clock and
rthcro ended his life.
Tho news spread about tho city like
fire. Correa was well-known and
IHipulnr, especially unions his country
men, wlth a host of ncuuulntnnceii
ovcrywhcio. When tho messago had
reached his wife, tho neighbors learn
ed of tho tragedy, and In n low mom
ents tho cdrrldor outsldo the hotel
room was filled with friends, iclntlvot
nnd Interested spectators.
As nearly as cun ho ascertained,
Corrcn took his llfo at twenty min
utes In nlno o'clock. John Marral-
inua in iiiiiu u i;iwt;n. uumi i.imittl-
lino tecolvcd woiil tluough his Japan-
Left Money to Wife.
In a box In the room ho had left
$17,70, logothor with a noto which
said, "ThlsMs for my wife."
A coroner's Jury was hastily railed
together- nnd viewed tho body under
the direction or Deputy Shoriff Hose,
and Iho verdict of sulclda was ono
that needed no lengthy consideration.
Attcr tho coroner and tho July had
completed" their task, tho lsdy was
tnkon to Williams' Undertaking pa
(Continued on Page 4.)
to handle, tho division or prlnrcsBOH
and pa-u tillers.
James A. Wlldor has been Hocuicd
to maungo tho school children's sec
tion, and It is piobnble that thu I)oy
Scouts will ho a renturo or noxt yonr's
Ono of tho most brilliant fontures
or Floral Parado day Is to be tho
great lantern piocobslon nt night. 1)1
rector Wall Is planning this on a
fcalo thnt will ho a wonder. A. K.
Oznwa Is chairman of this division
Editor Shobn of tho Hawaii Shlnim,
Sogu of tho Nlppu JIJ1 and Klimirn of
tho Japauoso Chronicle, uro named ns
Other committees and members will
be announced later by Dlieclor Wnll
During his trip to tho const ho will
not only boost Hawaii In an effoc
live manner, but will kcop on Iho
lookout for features and Ideas to In
corporate In tho paiude, Mrs. Wnll
mid Iholr two children accompany
him. They will return on September
7, according to present plans.
Plenty of Work for United Honolulu
H b'KS pfiPi
Altlvln Vnnlnmn, the photographer-
aviator, who him won funui for himself
since leaving Honolulu by Ills daring
air tests, Iuih been Halted to fume to
Honolulu nnd Investigate tho pnssilill-
Itln nt establishing un lnterist.iid air
ship service, Tho matter H being tul.en
up with Vnnlnian by 8w.rctnry II P.
Wood of (he Hawaii 1'roinntlnn Com
Vanlninn Ih well known line mid IiIh
photoginpliH of Island sociii-n are noted.
He lined to climb up tlm mails of Hut
shlpH ,ln tlm harbor nnd t.ikn photo
graphs from there, mid nflir ha loft
tlm Inlands he kept going higher, until
now no I one or ino iicsi-kiiowii uiu-
tnri In the business, nnd especially
slnco lie was Waltir Welluuin'H me
cbniilcnl expert on the famous trip that
Journalist started over tlio Atlantic
Ocean with tlio dlrlKiblii Ami lien.
Secretary Wood has written tho fol
lowing lotier to Vnnliiiiinf
, "July II, 1911.
"Dear Mr. Vnnlmnns There nrn many
In Hawaii who still remember Iho
splendid photographic work you did for
us nnd wu have followed with much
Interest jour present line of work. I
Just nilxHcd helng ut Atlantic City w lieu
you made your tnrt across tho At
lantic. "In reading about our efforts, which
certainly deserve .tuccess, It occurred to
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ASKED TO START
WITH PEST MAY
RAISE PEAR BAN
HxperliiieutH coiKiucted by I! At
Hhrhorii, eutoinnloglnt nt the govern
ment nursery, with the dreaded Medi
terranean fruit lly have resulted III tbo
dlhiovi-ry tb.it healthy alligator pears
htt.'o not been ntt.irl.fd by this du
stluetlve pest The i nloinuloiilit's ex
periments have prou'd that the lly will
attack hrulied or otherwise Injured
fruit, but although hn has subjectid
healthy pears to thorough tests In
si reined cages ultlilu which tho lly Is
Imprisoned, tho pest has fulled to ut
lnc, the good fruit.
These experiments nro of prime Im
portance ami fruit-growers and ship
pers nro preparing to open up negoti
ations with tlio California authorities
to sn.curn tlm iiiislng of tho present em
bargo on nlllifiilor pears. If tho exper
iments continue to show the same ro
sults, the pear groweis hero will pre
sent their cie, It Is expected, within
a short time.
Tor the first time In the history of
the police court, llieie was not n cusn
on the calendar this morning that Po
lice Juilgn MoiiMirrut could try.
All tlm court olllcl.ils. Including
County Attorney Cuthcnrt, Hawaiian
Interpreter i;tl.m J. Crawford, Japanese
Interpreter luoiijn Townsend, Chlneso
Inlnprettr Chun Cliaii, Portuguese 'ln
terpieti r Joe J Diss, Kpiinish Interprn
tir J Itosa, 1'1'lk Dan Kneo, Liquor
License Inspector ' P. Kennell and
.Special nilker P. V Itlder, were on
ib-rk, but when the court clock struck
nine Dure was no defendant for trial
Jo.lg" .Moiiniirrnt looked nt th court
otIUialh for a time, and then announced
Ills lonrt to stand adjourned until Mon
Aecoidlng to the record of tho court,
(burr has nevir been a diy otlur limn
the liolldiori when court closed licciiuao
t.r Hi,, nlisenen nf flcrciirinnLs.
One of the olllcers of tho court stilt-
il this niiirulug that It would hnvo
bi-en ucceptnble to them If Judge Mon
sarrnt hud nnbicd a big liiaii for them
in commemoration nf the day.
KAN rilACIHCO, July IS llotitH-
H (iiiul)sls, lis I0 1-M.; parity, 4 CI
Prelous limitation, 12s, 1 l-:d,
w a i k 1 1 B n 1 1 e 1 1 n II per jrnr.
(AssocUlnl Press Cihle.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. July 15. That
the Louisiana cano growers nro at tho
mitrev of thn aliened sunar trillt. tho
American Sugar Refining Company,'
was tho declaration made today by
John Dymond, a prominent planter.
Dymond, in testifying before the spe
cial committee investigating the alleged
trust, said that thsre is no competitive
buying of raw sugar now, and that the
American Sugar Refining Company does
not have to face competition in Its op
eration. GIGANTIC THEFT IS
CHARGED TO WOMAN
IKllnl II II I If till Cable )
BRISTOL, R. I., July 15. The Na
tional Rubber Company closed its doors
today, throwing 2000 employes out of
work. Unsatisfactory trade conditions
'are said to be the cause.
(Sihs'I.iI II ll lie till Cllile.)
DISLEY, Ena., July 15-The.Csna-din
riflo team won tho coveted Me
Kinnon challenge cup in the national
DULL RUBBER TRADE
CLOSES BIG COMPANY
(Pprclnl nullftln Cable.)
KANSAS CITY, Mo, July 15. Mrs.
Margaret Armour today sued Harriet
Byington, her former housekeeper, for
14 2,000. It is alleged that the house
keeper stole money amounting to this
sum from her mistress' establishment.
MAY BE PROSECUTED
WASHINGTON. D. C, July 15. At
torney-Genera) Vickersham said today
that the Alaska coal land investigation
is still under way. Recently the Secre
tary of the Interior declared oil the coal
lam Included in the Cunningham group,
the trouble ovtr which put Ballinger
and Pinchot in the limelight, illegally
entered, and held that the claims are
not valid. It is announced that criminal
action may not be declared in all cases,
the statute of limitation Interfering
PLUCKY BUD MARS
NOT FATALLY HURT
CnlC, Pa July ID. "Dud" Mars, the
young aviator who was badly Injured
by a fail from his biplane during a
flight here, will recover. He was not
so much hurt as was feared.
LORD KITCHNER OF
LONDON, Eng., July 15. Lord Kit
chener has been appointed British agent
HEAT KILLS DUCHESS
AT ENGLISH RACES
LONDON, Eng., July 15 The Dow
ager Duchess of Devonshire was over
come with heat at the races today and
died as a result.
Arriving at Honolulu today by tho
.Manchuria Is .Miss K. M, Arnott
daughter of Sir John Arnott, of I)ul.
Hn, Ireland. .Miss Arnott Is making a
tour of tho world and Intends spend
ing somo tlmo In tho Hawaiian Islands
and Is accompanied by Atlss Al, Cutler
or London, Kuglaud,
Kx-Covcrnor (leorgo U. Curler,
chairman or tho sanitary commission,
hns sent to Washington u ptotcst
against what Is termed tho pollution
or a portion of Wnlklkl beach by the
use of tlio army.
A Federal expert on road and hlgh
wuy contraction will bo brought to
Hawaii if thu deslrc.i or tho belt road
commission or the Islands or Hawaii
are npproU'd by tlm authorities nt
A request has been forwarded to
Washington by Chairman Alfred Car
ter or tho commission, asking that
a road engineer ntlnchcd to tho Un
real! of Itojds of tho Department of
Agilculluio ho iiHSlgm'd to assist In
preparing a plan for the building o(
n new road sjstcm on Hawaii.
Oncrnor Frrnr stated this morning
that he was favorable to tho plan and
thought that tho Territory would ho
vory lucky ir It wcro possible for the
Federal authorities to send nn cxic't
to the Islands. Tho Governor staled
that while the County of Hawaii now
hns nn engineer the belt road project
on Hawaii, embodying as It does tho
expenditure of nearly hair a million
dollars, should receive the attention
of if Federal road building pMKirt It
that bo possible.
MAY MEAN JAIL
Klgliteen to twenty men who partici
pated In the activities of tho recent
Clenii-lTp Day may find themscUcs In
volved ullhlu the meshes of the pollco
department, with a charge nf obtaining
money under fiilso pretenses booked
against their names.
Supervisor Low, a member of Iho
road eoommlttec, which body has had
the matter of Investigation of Irregu-''
larltlcH in the payment of laborers fm . ,.'
the now famous Saturday In hand, has, '
hebl ii series of conferences ivtth Sher
iff Jurrett today. ..
In tlm c.iso of nt least eighteen men'
the supervisor bus found that they up- .
piled and received payment frb'm the
rlty mid county as well as tho clean-up
committeemen for labor alleged to have" .,
heen performed on that date. These .
men are alleged to have presented
themselves to the head liinas of the
Honolulu road department, drawn down ''
theli tlmo checks, which were after
wards cashed; then called upon tho
chairman of tho Clean-Up Day com
mittee for ono day's p.iy at tho rale
of ii a day. '
Tbo names have been turned over to
Sheriff Jarrrtt. While It la believed
that some of the parties will make a
call at the olllce of tho county treas
ured and make overtures towards a
partial restitution, those who full to
mnko such n visit nro now threatened
The road committee figures show that
thero were sixty-six moro men on the
county pajioll than had actually work
ed The eighteen stated to have been
giver double pay nnd tho forty-nine
who didn't tall for their pay make a
total of slxty-scvcu.
(Special II ll lie tin Wireless)
Mlltri:, July 15. Kami! court ree- Jj
onU were saved lust night by a nun 4
convicted or attempted murder
Judgo C S Dole's desk In the Lihun
courthoiiKo was burned ut 11 o'clock
Inst night, but the building and records
wero raved by tho prompt action of the
prisoners from the Jail, led by Jonah
Davis, who was convicted yesterday ot