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From 8an Franoiaool
Honolulu!! .1.. .September 5
! American Maru September S
For, Sin Franeltooi
Shlnyo Mnru September 8
Mnrnina September IS
Mnkurn , . . . .". . . .September' 2
"Strictly speaking, although I mm
to pay my own advertising bills with
money from my patrons, the man who
really pays my advertising bills Is the
non-advertiser. He loses his share of
business which I gain, and his expense
of doing business is, In the main, as
great as mine." Honolulu merchant.
Is a Profit Mpger For Merchant and Customer
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5021.
20 PAGES.vHONOLULlVTERRITORY OF HAWAII,URDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1911. 20 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SUGAR TARIFF SAFE FPU ANOTHER SESSION?
DAY ONE OF DEATH FOR AVIATORS
In i Air
(Aswoctntcl Press Cable, I
TROYE8, Frame, Sept. 2 Lieut.
Degrailly, on aviator of the French
army, suffered an awful death today,
when he was literally cremated In mid
air while flying In an aeroplane. The
gasoline exploded and the unfortunate
aviator was burned with many spec
tators watching him from the ground.
FRENCH ARMY CAPTAIN
IS KILLED IN FALL
rAKRorlltpri Vrpfls CnfolG.1 N
NANQIS, France, Sept. 2. Captain
Decamine, an army aviator, was kilted
today in a fall from his aeroplane.
BIRD-MAN FALLS INTO
LAKE, BUT IS RESCUED
f Associated Press Cable )
BOSTON, Mass., Sept. 2. Aviator
Soumaings fell from his monoplane
into a lake while flying here today, but
was rescued from death, although se
verely injured. w
(Associated Press n.iblo.l
NEW YORK, N. Y, Sepfc 2. After
a great struggle which was witnessed
by hundreds of tnthusiastio tennis
players, Maurice McLoughlin defeated
Beats Wright for the tennis champion
chip of America in the national tour
The games were good throughout,
and the last two sets were fought out
stroke by stroke. The scores were 6-4,
4-6, 7-5 and 6-3.
VEXES U. S.
WASHINGTON, p, '., Auk. 25. The
iictlon of IIiii airman cmlsir lltemen
In liolilInK torpedo exercises In Uuss
7iiriN Hay within tho thico-mllo limit
without permission from thin govern
ment In regarded by high olllrcrs of tbo
limy hero us u Iiu.icIi of Intel natlonnl
itlquctto uiul'it lit Biiltjeet for u pjotest
to ilcriunny, Tlio matter, tbey declare,
Is largely n "stuto department iitTulr,1
nnd tho olllclals of that depai tnicnt aro
lincoinniuiilcutlio on tlio subject ox
tept to nay that tills government wns
advised by (lei many of the visit ot tbo
ship, but that no pel mission for prnc
Use exirclsos was asked. Hud permis
sion been linked. It wn pointed out, It
iiiiilnubtfdly would have been grunted
LABOR DAY AT POSTOFFICE.
Tho poslnrrtco will bo closed on
Monday (Labor Day), Sopt. 4lli, Ocn
eial Delivery window will bo open
front 8 to 9 o'clock n. m, Persons
ucciistoined to rccclvo mall by letter
carriers service may obtain sanio on
application, nt General Delivery wilt'
tlnw on Sunday and Monday, Sept
3rd and 1th, between 8 and 9 o'clock,
Ninety lirltlc manufacturers on the
Hudson river have formed the Greater
New York Hilck Company,
Joseph Wtlih, iigul 57, tho father of
I lii'etien, was drownid by thu ciiisl.lng
f,u boat at South IJcrvtkK, Mo.
Opposition Is facing the extension
of lllsliup street and tho closing of
Union street, according to rumors
that li.ivo reached tlio commission
ninl the Intel ested persons who have
been urging this big downtown Im
provement. According to the reports,
nt least ono film, Sullivan & llucklcy,
nro opposed to the opening of tlio
street from Hotel to Ilcietanln strcts.
Sullivan &. Iluckley own nil Import
tint pleco of the propel ty nffected, tlio
corner of Union ninl Hotel streets.
Tlioy huvo iv froulago of nppioxlmato
ly 117 feet on Hotel street, nml tho
proposed extension will go through
Although they have been asked to
set a valuation on tho property and
Join with others In agreeing to n set
tlement without cum t pincrcdlngs,
they liao not done so, mid this morn
ing, when a meeting of property own
ers was held with' tlio nuvvly-iiumed
Illshop street commission In tho
Senate chamber, Sullivan & IliickloyJ
were not represented, nor was there
any Indication that they will Join In
a settlement without a tight In court
Tho commlss'on held a public meet
ing to work with the property own
ers who will bo nffected by tho ex
tension, and from tho falluro of n
DEMOCRATIC LEADER BELIEVES
IN PUBLICITY FOR i'AKTV MOVES
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Special It ii 1 1 e 1 1 ii ConpsiMuilcnce.)
WASHINGTON. I). C, Aug. L'll.
Hepieseiitatlvo Undeiwood, tlio Demo
cratic! Mouse leader, stiongly faioui
tho ubaiidonnieiit of sieiet ratictises.
He believes tint all p.uty gatherings
should he opened to lepierentatlveu
of the piess In lefenlng to criti
cisms of seciel pioceedlugs Mr, Un
"Some of tho lopubllcan members
of tho Ilimso, ns well an soma mem
bers of tho press have Indulged In
criticisms of what they choose to c.ill
'seciot caucus iiiln.' In sonio In
stances theso criticisms havo been
leveled nt mo personally. Tor tunny
years It has been tho custom of till
p. u ties to hold puty caucuses with
a view to seeming harmonious ac
tion. In former times It was cus
tomary for surh caucuses to p.iss le
soliitlous that lis pioceedlugs bu kept
"No such resolution has been adopt
ed since I was made chairman of the
nays ami mens committee. Nothing
has occurred at any of our caucuses
which, If given tho fullest publicity
would havo emb mussed our party or
(Special Bullet In Correspondence
HII.O, Sept 1. Agent Ralph Ilildlng
of the Mntson Hue bail n little fun out
ot the newly-orgniilid Hllo Labor
Union n few d.ijs tigo, nnd onu or two
of the local political lenders feel lather
hurt nt the innniie- In which they havo
been Joshed us thu tcsiilt. Ilaldlnghnd
u Miitplo of vessels on baud loading
sugar, when the Hi raid announce. 1 that
County Trcasuier Chas. Swain, County
Auditor Mugulru mid County Bhirlft
I'lia were nil new members of the
union, He was anxious tn obtain more
rtevedores nnd' came uptown to loon
As Ilaldlng was dilvlng up Walanue
nun stuet liu saw seveial of tho county
olllclals stniidlliB on the sidewalk In the
number of owners tn appear. It Is
femed that the opposition to tho
street opening may be more than has
appealed bo far.
In view of tho fact that so much
profnlncnco has been given to the
Illshop stiect extension plans through
the press It was disappointing for the
members of tlio omuilsstm to re
ceive only no replies giving valua
tions pl.iced'on property under con
slilcintlon. I'lfteen properties areun
dor consideration and nil owners or
agents of these recehed a letter ask
ing them not only to semi In their
valuation hut nlso to attend the meet
ing. Only four showed up. Another
meeting Is to be held Tuesday morn
ing at half p.ist ten o'clock ns the
commissioners nro determined tf" go
right through with tho matter.
In tho case of those who submitted
nrlccs James Sleluor. rcprcsentlng'Jhe
Island Curta company places a value
,.r f 97 nnh mi lilu lot Inrlnilllii? nil till
P"T!rcrTirsiTtTrf Trust company reprc
sentlng Simpson lacker ask a total
of $7,405. This Includes $750 needed
to put n hoiiEo which will havo tho
lanai and one room taken, put Into
(Continued on Pago 14)
any member or It. I seo no objec
tion uliatovor to opening the rcss
Kallety nt our ctuciisea and allow
ing the miwspapeis to carry full ie
porls of our piiiceedlngs. I am one
of those- vvlio belloio that tho fullest
publlrlty conceiuliiBall public matters
Is essential to good legislation und
good administration, of ihe laws.'i.
Tho coiifeiuncq roiiiinlttcq on tho
wool hill eroaled a genulno sensa
tion by Knowing the doors wide open
und Inviting nowspaper men to enter
and make themselves tit homo. Such
it course had never bermo been fol
low ed It astonished all the old tim
ers and nilirkctl a decided Innova
tion, "What do j on think of the new ar
rangement?" was iibked Representa
tive Kereno JJ. I'ayne, former chair
man of tho ways aiiiV means commit
tee, ns ho emerged fiom tho wool
"Urn," grunted Mr. Payne. ''I sup
pone they will bu holding open cau
And that Is precisely what Mr. Un
derwood pioposes for tho next ses
sion. OFFICIALS. JOKED
midst of n serious conversation and,
driving ii I Inside them, hu culled out:
"I ley, ou men tin re. Chase along
lininii and get on jour ovcrulls. We
want onu mom stevedore gang for tlint
AniciIean-IInwallan out there.. Come
on, get lively tin re. Union pay, ot
couise two dollars n day."
A sudden silence was his only mi-
jswer, and then caiiio a thorns of laugh
ter from tho bystnnilers.
Up to 2 o'clock this afternoon, only
ono man was at rested for being drunk
In public place. Ho will bo released
ft his evening, after ho Is sober.
A largo lullux of seventeen. ear lo
custs Is reported tit West Haitford.
(Assoclat'sl Press tlibti
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal. Sent. 2
Julius Kruttlchnitt) director of traffic
ana vica-protiacnt oi me narnman
lines, left here today for the East, fol
lowing ine grumes conierence wun me
unionists yesterda. The union leaden
express hope for a peaceable settle
ment. TEXAS STATESMAN
DIES AT HIS HOME
( Associated PriFS Calilf.)
CORSICANA, Tex., Sept. 2 Roger
Quarles Mills, former United
Senator, died here today.
Senutor Mills, Demmrnt, wus tcct-t
ed to the Unltid .States Kinato to (III strongly opposed to hasty revision of b.'irr.iss him .Mr. Ilrlstow mid bis pro
tin unexpired term In IS9J-3 and was ,0 Kiigar schedule. gresslie allies then oted against the
reelected for tho following full term.
Ho wns n Clll Wnr vctiran
. , .. .. ..... . , ..,,.. .....(the extinonllniiiy sessiou,f-Conwi.sB
The new slcaliii-V Milium tiiaua a llnel .... . -,n- iki.
appearance on thu wnys when ready
lor launching uu Saturday morning,
Aupust It. ut the time, nt closing of a
mall vvhkli Itouglit letters to the Ho
nolulu beailipiarters uf the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company from Pres
ident nod (ii ncrat Manager J A. Ken
nedy, who left for thu Coast, In com
inn with Ills daughter. Miss Jessie
Kennedy, to attend thu lauinblng of
1 1 io lln.-r
According to advices received from
'lenerul Manager Kciinidt', the new
Kllaiiia will be teady for her trip to
Iho Hawaiian 1st mils nlong about the
middle of Nmeiiibir Mr Kennedy
loiiuil upon bis arrival ut thu Union
Iron Win Us that work on the hand
some mid lomiuodloiis new liner bad
I een ruslud along tit u most gratify
ing late A nrles of large photographs
was neelvtd tills morning showing the
Kllauci on the iMivs, one giving all
ixeellent Idea of the sl7e of the vessel
as well as plainly Indicating the large
itiblu riservntlon. Another picture,
taken Just before the tlnal word which
sent the Kllaiii-a Into thn waters ot San
I'i-aucls(o Hay, gives n view of tho
liner with bow draped with a largo
American ling, with festoons of patri
otic bunting trailing along the sides.
The Klauen ninkiM it very credltnblo
appearance, and It. takes but n glabra
to note many familiar features Incor
porated In tho Manna Ken, which Is of
but little less tounugo than the new
The launch of thn Kllaura was, ns
reported through cables, In every way
a success. Manager Kennedys advices
to the effect yi.it the liner will arrive
leru nt Itast a month ahiail of thn
specllled time In the contract, nro re
ceived with much pleasure by thu oltl
cers of the Irtcr-Ifland.
Tcinperaturis 0 a m., 74: 8 n. in ,
79; 10 a. in, 81; noon, 82; morning
ItarumUcr, 8 a. m, 2 9. 9.1; nbsoluto
humidity, In in, CC79 grains per cubic
foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m, C3 per
lent.; dew point, 8 a. m, 65.
Wind 0 a, m, velocity 3, direction
K.J 8 ii m . velocity 7, direction ND.;
10 u, m , velocity lir"dlrectlon NH ;
noon, velocity 11, direction H.
Haliiftill during 'H hours ended 8 a.
in , .0 inch. Total wind movement
during 24 hours aided nt noon, 1G7
. WM. 11, STOCKMAN,
Section Director, IV S. Weather Hurcau.
Tho death of flndfrcy Morse, a lead
ing lawyer of lloston, wns announced
In n ciihlo missugo from Dresden
A three months' old baby girl wus
abandoned In the street tit Urlgdcport.
CONGRESS IS NOT
LIKELY TO REACH
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Kmrlnl llullulln Cn. suomlinriO
WAMIIINOTON. I). C. Auc 20. I 1 !
Is doubtful If suitor tun bu reached !
tor Investigation by the tarltT bo.ird
until too lute for action ilurlliK the'
next regular sesulou of Congress.
rue nemiR'ruis art hi no uasie io
take no Miurar. It Is un Industry of
great Importulieu In Louisiana. Thu
Henllment of Soiithirn Senators, as In-
dlented In their last eaueus, was
The lliial falluro of attempted rcl- uniiiidmeiit w lilt It he had drawn and
slon of tho sugar schedule came with- will out u word l..ilng lotn chutiKvd
out the aid of a presidential cto. It Ly Mr Joins. As a eonseiienco the
Was iirtnln from the outset that Mr. iiineiuluiiiit ncilMd lint few votes.
Tuft would not approve any niodltlcn-j 'ilie iictlun of the session eleatly In
tlon of the Pnjne-Aldrleh tnrln act He illcutes that no eliange will bu made
Inslsleil tb.it nil schedules, Including til the tugiir si bidule next wlntir. Tho
wool, must n w ti 1 1 teport from the I'nsldtnt will then as now Insist that
tariff buird Hugur w.ts not even und-
ir conslilir.itlon und liiMstlgatlon by
Itliut body. It was sine from tbo time
com mid th.lt.iinv pnipitsnT Veilllelltjiusseiiiblis, IKcunber 4. It will then
III sugar rules would meet'-n 'veto hasten tin Investigation of tho metal
In rounding up nttcmptisl tariff leg-
Islatfoit the Democrats of tho Senate
held it caucus and determined to sup -
HILO BREAKWATER WORKHELD UP;
CONTRACTORS NEED IRE TIME
In speaking of the pnsent breakwa
ter tontrait on whlv.lt he Is working.
i: J Lord of the linn of Lord Ac oumr
made the statemi lit tills wetk that
with the existing londltlous It would
I... Imtxw.ill.li. fur titm to lllllsh Wltlllll
the miulrcd time, und that he was In'
hopes ot obtaining nn extension ot nt J
least live months on the work. The
labor situation was responsible' In a
very gnat part for this, he stuted, and
he was only placing half tho rock In
the structure vvhiih hu would be uble
to handle If he could get all tho men
that hu wanted.
In s king of this mid other mat
ters be said:
"It Is ptattlenlly Impossible to get
labor at present, und In the last month
I havo spent tit least $500 In advertls-t
"I am seveiity-threo enrs o)d today
mid tun phslciitly well My life Is a
retlnd one, but I tun suiiounded by
friends who uiukn It happy"
, , ,1,.'
lilieei! l.lllUOKIIOllll eAiiinpiu m'
nbovu sentiments to tho II it 1 1 e 1 1 r to
day, on the oicailoii of the celebra
tion of her sevinty-thlrd birthday. And
the queen's 1 liyslcnl tippearapco Indl-
.,.... ti,t i.inn,i sin, lias reculned
much of tin. hetillh and strength that''" Territorial olllclals, the heads of
she had appeared to nv.i lust a year the departments of the city and county
A reception from 11 to 1 o'clock to
day, for thu general public, und a luuu
this aftiriioon given by Mrs. C. 8. Hoi
lovny at tlio bitter's Nuuiinu Vulley
home, will constitute most of the cele
bration. Time-honored custom brought
the Hawaiian band to Washington
Place, tho irueen's home, nt 8 o'clock
Jthls morning, and KappelmelsttT Hcr -
gcr ami .his naiid-Doys piayeu many oi,)lo u 01w, Kitnlkeaoiill, Kunliu
tho (tilt-en's best-lovid selections,
among which nro some that she her
self composed. '
Seated In a Inrge and comfortable
ko.t i hair, and sun minded by royal at
tend nits, each wealing mi iihiiuU overiHmuillun bhds, which uru fast dlsap
! tho shoulders, with kahilis In their. jieiirlug from the mountains, formed
I bauds, the itueen this morning ncelvud
port Mn-1 nml chnuiYnt ruvMon In con
st, ni li.si i. 111. tl... . f.lii.n l. Ii...1ti1.m It
" "v """
wns iIvIi1ih at the niinio time to nut
isslst In adding sugar to the lUt. Tor
that leiihon Smator lirlstuw, who with
none " progre..li! lieiublleaii us-
jslstulico bad fought for revision oMhe
t.uKi pumiuiv, uwuuuuuvu nujn', o
was not present when Mi tutor Jones
orfiuil his sugar uineiiUinent to the
cotton bill. Upon his return ho de-
eland .Mr. Jones was seeking to cm-
no siheduleS shall be revised until tlui
tarir, buirij '"V1 silPI'lled tfuj datu for
sibntllle revision The bo.iril will not
tuiort on wool until uflir t'oniress ro
,. , . , , , ... ,,,
ichedule, which carries Iron and steel.
Cotton will lie next taken up. and many
months will be required for computing
lug iiiid.siiidlni; out riiuiuis for work
men und still have not been able to
get vvliat I want, Wo nre only putting
In about four hundred tuns ot rock per
day, whin, with the new derrick which
has been placed 111 position at the
iliiarry, wo should tie able to bundle at
least seven hundred tons. If wo bail the
men to do the work. Tor the past two
or thnsi days we l.uvo nlso bieii short
of ears, width has held us up some
what. "In regard to the new contract, our
Drill Is In ii wry rood position to hid
and wu expect to win out. Wo have
Mir intlre uiiarry eiiiihiuieut now and
only netd n crane to bo placid nt the
end of tbo superstructure und the track
out tn It In irder to bo ready to start
YEARS OLD TODAY
tho callers In the largo drawing-room
at Washington I'lace. She was ttsslst-
ed In lecelvlng tho cullers by 1'rlnin
Kiilanlanaole, 1). legate to Congress;
Princess Kiilanlanaole, Mrs. C. 1". Itm
l.ea. Mis. C S. Holloway, Mrs. J. A.
Douilnls nnd otlur ladles lnMv tilting.
At 11 o'clock Colonel C. I. lauken re
cclved the cullers as they arrived and
presented them to the uueen redernl
of Honolulu, nnd several army mid
navy oltlcers called at Wusblngtoi
Pluto this morning to pay their re-
speits to the queen and to extend their
As Is customary with tho Hawaiian
societies, these attended the reception.
T, .0... ti0i which wire represented
,iy tMr momi,orH this morning were
niiiiiu nnd IIul o Lllluoknlanl.
The Interior of the drawing room wns
simply decorated The largo mid state
ly kahilis, most beautifully mado of
tho feathers of llvvls nnd other rare
(Continued on Page 7)
Big Corporation Said to fic'j
Alter Capt. Matsorfs '
LDUAL RAP TAUSTS . .Si
THINK NOTHING OF IT
Say Would Certainly Havel
Been Informed of Proposed
Move Stock Keeps on Go?
That negotiation aro near conclu
sion for thu sale of the Honolulu Con
solidated Oil company to tin unnam
ed purchaser, believed to bo either
the Standard, ltoyul Dutch in- Assu
elated Oil company, all of which are'.
big corporations. Is the report that"y
reiiciii-it iitiiiuii.ui tunny iium situ
Krnnclscti, where It teems to have
sained wide credenco . ,
Tho repoit Is not believed, by largo
local, stockholders, according to their
HntcmcutK this morning.-i:. D. Ten
ney uf Castle ; Coolie, Bald todays
that he has nU Jieafd' ii' word (hat
would lead lilm'tii believe such udoaljj'.
is on, ni'd It Is siatcii front tho ot- '
fices of another largo stockholder
Alexander ii. Italdwln, that nothing
has been heard of such a uinvo.
The story from San ri nnclsco Is
that Capt. Willluiu .Matsoti, the chief
stoe'khohler In the company, Is nt tho
enme time dls using of all of his till
holdings to thu purchaser of Hono
lulu Consulldali'd, Thn Matsou pro
lertles, aro very extensive. Including ,
producliig nreiiK lit Coallngj. tho Mid
way mid the iliieua VIMa hills. Tho
valuations nre said to ho In tlio nelcti
botllood of 1 11,000,000. , J
Should thu deal ns propiscd go
through, any ono of tho three hlK
companies named would take a mora
commanding position In thu Califor
nia oil hiislnesti. Tho Mntson proper- J
lli.u .., tin fillorn ..(.alt.,..,,. It.,1 .n- HI
.vn tl.u Itu. I...II.U llliH.Lkin, 1,1,1 I(U
sent producers In ninny, cases. "
Thu Honolulu ConsidUlnted. Com-',
piny h.is ben latgely lluanced tiirj trt
local capital, some of tlio most prom-
Incut men In tho islands being Inter-, .
esled. It was only a few days .ago
that word raiiie of' another groat .
gubhor struck on tho property Tio.
slock theurvvus selling In tho neigh
borhood i f $1.20. Today It Is held at
about $l.iif, and Is expovtud toigo
THEIR SIDE i i
That tho light between soldiers on,'?
a Wnlalao street-car last night ,at?
Thomas Square was greatly exagi;er-!
ated, and that Instead ot there being!
soveral olllcers present, noiio vvliat3
over weru on tho car, wore th staton
nients mado tn tho II it 1 1 o 1 1 n todayj
by two Kurt linger mon wha partlciO
p.ited in the finy. Hot li of tho tmm
say that their part wan that of mak
ing ponce, and that although mi a li
neal was sellL to thn nolten. tlio nf
;..i. ..,-.. i 1
lil.l nnq III III, BVIinu 11 p1"1
They declare thut there were loss :
than twenty-live Instead of twice that
Miiiuuet ut noiuiuis uu iitu cat' intuitu
then tea of these were In civilian
uiiiines. iiiu llgill sianeii wueil ouu
of tho soldiers attempted o prevents
another from making obscene. rcrv
iiiurivH in iiiu iii.'.iiiii ot a wuiuuui
passonRcr. The man who perslstodj
in talking rudely wus partially drunk,!
and when he was remonstrated vvltlij
started a, light, which led to tlio geii-1
cral mix-up. However, tho row was
(Continued on Pag 7) '-1.!'"