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20 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAySpTEMBER 23. 1911. 20 PAGES.
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5039.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
WON'T "STAffi FOR JARRETF
KAHN PARTY HAD
WILD RIDE ON
Mishaps So Many That Steam
er Is Delayed Hour In
Getting Back Here.
J. A. KENNEDY AND
FRANK. THOMPSON SUFFER
Balky Auto Causes Two Mem
bers of Party to Be Left Be
hindOverland Records are
Congressman Julius Knlm of Cali
fornia, n member of it party Mint com
pleted a tour which practically encir
cled the Inland of Hawaii, giving op
portunity for a hurried Inspection of
urled Industries, Is back In Honolulu
He arrived ah n passenger In tho In-tcr-tsland
flugshlp Manna Ken thin
morning, together with other member
i of I lip company. Including President and
fleneral Manager. J. A. Kennedy of the
Inter-Island, Attorney Frank Thomp
son and I A. Thurston.
Tho Minimi Koa was an hour late In
arriving at the port this morning, and
thereby hangs a talc In 'which yelled
reference 1. mads , to a wholesale
smashing oT -pedcitflari and swimming
records during thCcourso of a tcn-
mllo sprint across country through a
pouring rain which tho oldest inhabi-
Conttnuetf en Pag 4)
A challenge, from the Herotanla tn
the Pacific tcnnlB club and a burros
tlon that,, the match gamos ho made
an annual event, uro contnlned In a
letter ent today by Cap'nln C. 0.
Bockus of tho Deretatila' club to Capt.
John Watorhouso of the Pacific club
Cniit. Hockua sajs:
Mr, John Watorhouso,
Captain, Pacific Tennis Club.
Dear Sir Tho Horotanla Tennis
Club challenges the Pacific Tennis
Club tn a five-team match In men's
doublCB. We suggest that this bo
mado an annual event, and that a
pennant or some similar trophy, bo
placed In tho homo of tho winning
club. For this year wo suggest that
two matches bo played on your courts
and two matches on ours, tho plica
of tho fifth match to bo tossed for,
After this year tho matches should
properly bo plajhl on tho courts of
tho club holding the Inter-club clmm
plnnuhlp. We hope the effect of this
challenge will bo to stimulate Inter
est In tennis, and moro particularly
tho club rivalry which formorly ex
isted mi keenly.
C. 0. HOCKII8,
Captain, ncrotanln Tennis Club,
Temperatures G a. in., 7X; R a. in.,
78; in a. in., 78; noon, 79; morning
lliirnmnlnr, 8 a, m, 2D 9.1; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., 6.474 grains per
(iibln foot; relative humidity, K u. in.,
63 per rent; now mlnt, 8 u. m (II,
Wind fi a. in., velocity 4, dliortlnn
H, V,; 8 a. in., velocity 9, direction !'..;
ID it. in., vulodly 10, illinrtliiii K.J
mum, velocity 9, illicHlon ,N, I!,
Iliilnfiill during 31 liniirH ended 8 n,
in , M llll.ll,
Tntiil vvlinl uimuiuviil ilnrliiK 21
Iiiiiiin eiuM til nuiin, Ki'J inllim,
(A..iu!liiliil Press fl.ihl
pmiAReUPHIA, P. 8l. W Tin
lietlleililp Merino, (or tin Argsntlni
lsHiMc, vvm liuntluij nr toiliy, Jii
Mmnu it ef ??,000 ani uliplstimint,
iltiir ililp l tlif MlyJyli, (lit tiy
iHinp in in vinn m fuuti ifi
SPLIT ON OAHU
A split In Democratic ranks consid
erably more serious In Its nctn.il
effects on the voters than any con
troversy between Delegate Kiihlo and
Coventor Frcar Is threatened In th
declaration credited to link McCand
less, that he Is "through with Jar
red." McCandlcss claims, according to a
sourco closo to tho would-bo Demo
cratic delegate, that Jarrett knifed
htm in tho last election on this Isl
and, when, as Is siully rcmcmbcicd by
tho McCandlcss forccip they ncro bid
ly beaten. A good part of that ilefoit
la'lnld to Jarrett, who Is said to hnvo,
been looking out for himself and Dop-I
uly Sheriff Charley Ilnso nnd to havo
actually harmed McCandlcss rattier
than helped him. , I
McCandlcss Is already laying tho
ground-work for unother campaign
for dt'lcgnte. A good liart of this
week ho spent down on the other side
of tho island, whero ho needs to mend
somo political fences. According to
reports that havo not yet been de
nied by McCandlcsB, ho Is working
with Johnny Wilson, erstwhile, road
supervisor, preparing to bid on'' tho
Quarry Explosion Kills
One man wus instantly
noeral other Injured, two of them so
liailly that they hud to be taken to tho
Queen'n Hospital fur treatment, by an
unexpected explosion of cl Hamlin at
tho gm eminent quarry ut Mollllll this
Tho dead man 1m Daid Knul Kuhele,
lliiwallan, thirty-two years old nnd un
married. The accident occurred, from what
cUdcnco could bo obtained by (Sheriff
Jarrett in an Investigation today, from
lack of euro in handling tho explosive.
Tho giant powder had bocn set In tho
dock nt the quurry to blast It ut, and
Kuhele secmx .to havo forgotten tho
THURSTON IS NOW
GOVERNMENT BY COMMISSION
(tipeclal nul le tin. Cni respond' me.) itluit If there is anything n bigger cow
IIIlA Sept. 22. Promising his Hiip-'unl n,nn a ConcresKiniiii. It Ih two Con-
port for a tniTco, tariff, agnlnst rovl -
slon of the sugar tariff. In favor of
nil appropriation for tha removal of
tho obstructions to Kuhlo Hay undalso
In favor of European Immigration,
Congressman Julius Kuhn of Ban Fran-
clhco (Icllwred u mint effective und
pleasing speech nt tho luiliuct given
him Thursday night by tho members
of tho llllii Hoard of 'Irndo. Tho only
other mutter of great Intiriwt In tho miuioiiM pir jenr Is placed in tho cof
i oui ho of tint evening wus 'in an nil- f,,rH f t, treasury by this duly. Tho
dress mado by 1. A. Tlutrst who ,)rt im,do by tho dealers Is Inronse-
passed lightly ocr tho i subjects of ueiithil, tho fiiiiiitlty used tielrfg so
turllT und Ininiluintlon to eider n most great In n atiipla of this character that
vigorous prottst iigullist any thought h ,irut rl,m(.s thriuiKh tlm great
of "giivi'iiiment by roiiunllnn," II" unumnt mid There Is u dlaposiilnn to
ntuti d that l,'lt there Is an) thing In take up in ri'vUlon of Hut sugar Inrirt
lieiivin or hell Hull wo don't want, It Hoi ciiiiilng sessiuii, but Mr Undr
Is Kiiviiiiiui'iit by u iniiiiiilssiiiu iii viisid, llio ihalrman of llm vvua and
pcilnlnl In Wnsliliiuloii" nittiuiH riuniiillti'K, slated diirlng llm
Mi- K,.l.i ns Inliihluied by l'nwl- lt feeslmi that lluTO una lintlilng els..
ileut lilllnlt of llm Illlil ll'wml nf Timln
In it few words wlihli tr imwt emu.
fully chosen, Mr Iv'ulin said In .rl
"I nivv niir lilll-liln i often ll.u.
try III Kuna, mid M ins I. II nu, Mi'lf
llriui'ii, llm! I Imwt iilwiiy hctii In
fuvoi of it (lull nn luffto uliuii llm
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pinpo.H In i,u,i 11
Mil HJIllllUiilll)' III
ili!) win II It nt.
lllHt'-vflll Mill) mi llil i4JllHUilv in
lllulM)llllllf lllll llr!Ull!K))'. Ill
IIU Willi rll'Hlhr UHIIIUII llDtUHVI)!
first bell road contract and will use
tho road work to get his )enio:ratlc
'rlonds on the other side of tho Isl
and back Into line.
Jarrett la said to ho stronger on n
show-down lhaa McCandlcss with tho
Democratic voters ,of Oahii. Mean
while the Kcpubllcans, seeing a gxl
prospect of a hitter light between the
Sheriff nnd I,lnk, bcllcvo that neither
will bo elected.
McCandlcss' plans are already wcll
kilil It was stated yesterday, to beat
Jarrett in tho conentlon, knowing
that ho cannot beat him In the olec
Tho noniocrntlc situation Is pretty
well up In tho r.lr without tho Jarrcll-
McCandlcss feud. Col. McCarthy, wh
la wanted as n candidate for dolcg.il c
by some of tho nntt-McCandlcss pco-
pic, sayB he will not run against Mc
Candlcns If IJnk wants to run ngalT
tjtd If Link will drop hit) nntl-lmmgrn
tlon platform Ideas. McCandlcss has
so far manifested no Intention of no
tually dropping this plnnk In his plat
form, from what local Democrats
could learn during tho past week but
I they aro hoping ho will do so,
dynamite had not exploded. He reach
ed for a tool lying near the dynamite,
either thinking the fuso had not been
lighted or thnt the dynamite had been
taken away, and Just as ho was drag
ging tho tool away tho explosive went
Kahclo wiih literally lilnun to pieces
the man being hurled Into the ulr by
the explonlon and his head battered to
a pulp, Dcuth iiiiixt havo been Install
Tho other HawallaiiH who were hurt
received their Injuries from falling
rocks, but are expected to recover.
Kahrlo leaves nn aged mother nnd
father surviving him. The funeral will
take plnro at Mollllll 'tills afternoon.
',,,(.,,,, an,i i llM, sorry to say that
tn(H ,xltyi which would havo meant
i,iriy million of dollars to tho trena
ury or,thn United Status, and would
mvo Ku.n you protection, never oven
Cllmfl to tho floor of the House
"In regurd to the duty on sugar, there
h cnmnai'llty nn tho entire list
r ,uinbl goods tliut raises us great
amount of money as sugar. Fifty
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lilul Hint linl.'ss xomelliliig el.u I mild
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Hmwill tPHlM III Hie IhIuii iiiiiimuii
Vin iiuu) ,i liibjjr iMlnveui, Till
l! t!Min IIIUfH ll!H imilll), HIP! I
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DON'T STOP LABOR
(Associated Tretm Cnhlo.)
COLFAX, CaU Stpt. 21 "Bob" Fow
ler, th aviator flying from oetan to
ocoan, mado twantyfivo cnllot today In
hit biplano, aftor having repaired It,
but roturnod untucetttful in hit at
tempt to eroaa tho 8iorra. Ho will
inttall a larger angina and try next
Monday. ii i.ij
BIO PRIZES FOR AVIATOR8.
NEW YORK, N. Y, Sept. 23 Tho
international aviation moot, with $50,
000 in prizes, opened today.
(AiunclNlffl Prrmt nnbln.
ST, LOUIS, Me., Sept 2& President
Taft today went to tee a big league
baseball game. Tonight ho Will apeak
on tho tariff question.
RAILROAD EMPLOYES .
ON K. & T. IN STRIKE
f Aiwuli.td r-rih rMhlun -M
SEDALIA, Mo, 8ept. 23, A etrike
of 1500 hat taken place on tho Mlt-
tourl, Kantaa V Texat Railroad with
out a conference.
QUIET IN DUBLIN
(Afffoclntcd Press Cable.)
DUBLIN, Ire, Sept. 23. Prospects
are favorable for. peaeefut aettlement
of the difficulties here.' I
LIBERALS TO TRY AGAIN
MONTREAL, Can, Sept. 23 It wat
nounced today that the Liberal! will
try again on the reciprocity measure.
HAN FltANCIHCO. Cnl, Sept. 23.
lleets: SS nnnfysls, 17st 3d.; parity,
S.70c. t'rcvlous .pmtntlon, 18s.
IS ASSESSED AT
Investigation at tlm tax ntllco today
dlHclosed tlm fact that the assessed
valuation on Hie Sullivan & BOekley
property at' Hotel and Union streets is
112,000, This Is tho property for which
Sullivan & Ilncklcy aro asking 1100,
000 from the Territory, through the
Hlsbop street commission. It Is the
high prlro asked for the property that
lit now holding up progress on the ex
tension of Hlsbop streot.
This llguro or 1100,000 Is based nn
the returns received from tho property,
which work out at per cent, on 192,
000, and which, they point out, would
be Increased If tho matter of tho open
ing of Ihn street wire definitely settled
From as far lu,ck as 100R. when thoWn and tho way In which nil the
Oregon llulldlng Company had tho prions diseases may bo successfully
Mock, the assessment lias been iibniit!'IM"ht.
the aa me, nlllmugli this enr it Is tax- The present plan Is for tho lecturer
e.l on linoo less. Mr Hockley's share to visit nil the plantations and towns
u !,,,. .t IM.OOO on tho land nnd In tlm Territory. Wherever there Is n
HI'OO nn Hi.' Improvements. Mr. Kill -
llvilli'a sliarit Is or nil eiiunl iiliiount. jeu in niiemi uie ut.ui.-, iu... ..,-n ,w
No il.cliirntlon vvns put In by tho firm. me mil near eiinugh tlio lectnro will I
this vear nnd thu lux nlllclaU com-
puled the llgures tl iselves.
Dr A (I, IIikIkIhx1 friends am rou
KratululliiR III'" " lln reporl nf bin
nhKiiKt'luiiliI to Miss Pinter, 11 Irallie.l
linrsn of (Ills ell)', fnrmnl utiiiuiitirit
liiutll n( wlili'li Is In be nimlit, It U
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I 'rtiM iilliiuimiumi'lil follnwii 11 brill)
iiilliullie llm! Ii I'"''" iMli'lii'. hy
. liillliilliit I till Una iiei'ii wmi'iie.i ity.io"' """ - "' -i
HllHHtlllllllin-ll III llm !ll Willi Ulir-
MHIM IIihI H mil'l iH.II'l'lllllllllile,'i'f r.'itl.d nf mmrcuosn, in
OPIUM HAUL IS
MADE ON SIBERIA
(Auiclitcd frrse Canlc)
8AN FRANCISCO, Cel, Sept. 23. Three thousand tint of opium wre
today dlecovered hidden en the Pacific Mail liner Siberia, which arrived from
the Orient via Honolulu yesterday.
EWALIKO, LABOR LEADER, IS
HERE TO ORGANIZE UNION MEN
Amid enthusiastic greetings nt the "I have come down here." sjld Kn
vvhi.rf by the delegation of tho Hill llko to u representative of the Hu I !
Uliloua nf Honolulu, bended by Fres- t 'il, -to oriranlie the II ul Unionna, c
Ident tlrorgc Kane nnd Ills IteutenHnts, eordlug to tlie plans vvhkli are now
U.linr Leader IMvId Hvvallko nnd K.v-'ndopled on the ninlnlsnd What I nil!
rctnry llernnrd Kelekollo, the "Hoy
Urntor," arrived on tho Milium Ken
this morning from llllo. From tha
vvt.nrf they were taken In mi nutoino-
bllo tn t,he In. mo of President Knne at
luminal, wliere the vldltors nnd local
lenders breakfasted together. This
done, they held u conference and imidu
urraiiKements for n mass meeting to be
held tonight at Aala ,1'urkj
DR. PRATT MAYiWAIPAHU SCHOOL
Dr. J H. II I'ratt, president of the
Hoard of Health, Is to mnko an at-,
tempt tn obtain the services of the
noted vvomnn organizer, Mrs. Ilartlclt
Crniie, to carry out the spreading of
lie.iiiu anovvieogo inrougiioui n i,-i-rltory.
Mrs. t'rano. It will lie rcmoin
bered, was referred to by Dr. McCor-
in.uk during Ills lecture hero as tho
woman who hud come down to Ken
tucky and organized, her sisters there,
with the result that they are now doing
very efficient work. She Is nt present
at Kuhimaron. Mich.
President I'ratt will in all probability
work this In connection with the plank
ho bus on hnml for tho genernl health
education of the people of tho Islands.
Tho first steps tn this havo already
been taken, some of thu Illustrated pos.
lers being sent around some little, time
ugn, dealing with the connection of files
und tphnld fever.
That was only a preliminary step. At
the presept tlmo ho U collecting all
available matter for an extended lec
turo tour of the Islands. No one, has
been named for the Job na yet, but
Mrs. Crane will bo asked to take It over
It she comes down. The lecturer will
ho provided with u lino lantern and
numerous slides Illustrating tl.e subject
under discussion will bn provided The
main llRht will bo waged ugainst tu
berculosis, and this will bo tho feature
of tlm lectures. At tho samo time tho
general rules for good health will bo
I Ht. . 1 ..!... 1 Ctst ll.n lonl (I (.Ate
j school the nearby children will bo ask-
given In tlie s.Ikh.I In a ruso lllietlils
IIIO IIIIK Will DO "I II SOlll.'WIIlll nun;.-
ml Hjituro mid will deul nmro )vllh tho.
el. ineiitnry iiuitters. '
Ity these melius, und esp. I'lnlly If lliey
urn linked IIP vvllli Mrs.. fViino'H help,
I'resld.'bt I'lillt hopes to In. iibb. to
glvo I'veiylstdy In llm Islands an op -
p.irliiully In learn ouielhliig of ihn
rlmpl.t laws nr lunne nn
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lilt IIISO OpVN
lone I hero
HI big iln'l.li.e ... ..,.. ,1. u.o'r
soy lotdsht nt a meeting will li for
the iK-nellt of the emplojers und cm-
Tip to Keep Quiet.
No sooner had he said these unrds
tiu.n ITesl.Ient Kune and others, who
were apparently opposed to their lead-
cr'tiilklng tm. iniirh, vlgnilled Uvrallko
not to talk Ho cloyed up.
t J (Continued on Page 2)
HAS S. R. 0.
It Standing toom only at the Wal- 8
tt palm school. Thrco hundred nnd 8
l seventy-five children were enroll- 8
N ed during Ilia week and Ihcrc 8
a nro nlno teachers. Thrco arc 8
.. tnn.ifilH. .... n.i.i.t ii3
. IVOLtllllh Ull .Vtf.M.M.O.
tt There aro no desks or scats for 8
8 seventy of the children. They 8
8 aro sitting nn old luxes and have 8
tt a twelve inch board supisirtc.l on 8
8 boxes for desks; on this they 8
8 write. Somo have benches to sit 8
8 on and when thoy write they sit 8
8 nn llio floor and write on the 8
8 benches. 8
8 Tho plantation expects twejity- 8
8 five famllliCH In October hut not 8
8 one more child can be acronimo- 8
8 dated unless more room Is pro- 8
8 vldcd. 8
8 Five of tlie nine teachers Tire 8
tl former mlnlls of the school who 8
1 8 hnvo returned from Honolulu 8
8 certified tn tench. 8
8 Their parents, whe aro employ- 8
8 ed on tho plantation, feci very 8
8 much gratified over this. 8
FOR THE BOYS OF HAWAII
The II nl t r 1 1 n's neni rnulrst for
hoys Is ultnounri'd In this Issue of Ihc
Hut let In, lull pnrticnlnrs being
given nn nnge It. Ktrrr boj In Hono
lulu and the Inlands will be, Interested
In the contest, which li. free In all
coiners under eighteen 'Veil rs nf nue
Itrad Hie announcement on I'nge 0,
i nu.i iiiru nr.l i.s rir, ..J.r.i
.....a .1 ..l.w. . ivtlv .I,L
I . . . .. .. . i I. ft . .
.-vallun II. innijiau, who is a j.s.r
of uge, lias luVfterloiisly dls.i.peiire.I
from tlm huriWnf his ilauuht. r-ln-law,
llt ..rrkfatnii, nnd all efforls to trnco
mm liilV.) luel Willi Iiiuuro
4 4. ,. .;...;.,( .,. .f. .s, t .j,
ii,riular. ami also along other lines
11 H well
.(), w(ir( ,,f orKiinlilng a .diiiuilllio
i, discuss tlm various phiiscs of heiilth
work in tlm Territory, ut suggested ut
llm lisluin by lr. Mit'orinaek, l In
llio. hands of Secielnry Motl-Slllltll nnd
. Iu will try mid nrrmign iiuitters just
us soon lis hit 11111 At llm prisma lime
III.. .'SUM ril"ll Ml IXTh UIUI l..e IM-ri.
thrown .111 I1I111 owing to Hie Hoiiinor's
.. ..'..v.. im.se. l""' r
inu.g .0 i.e uuim ......m im-.u ...0.,
ItiioTJ of reoti-tkm and actojl re
volt In Siuin ar rtwlaiucrrtcc th
w.l tlre ..f ! Terrtl'J' Ubir-re-
rrultlne ust.ls. for Ih lUunl of Health
t.Klay rerflved a -isWrjini fromARent
A. J C'jmi'MI tlerlarlnc that llvrrrare
tdeut) "f lmmlcrafit ready to come.
altlioucli al.ln arc ararrr.
Tlils Is tlie tirrt ne tfta tlw stttJ
since the riots, broke out In JladrM.
The rtrultlnc l door mtly In acrl-i-ultuml
districts. Dr. Clark, coromls
tloiier of Immigration, commeiitlnc on
the receipt of tlie cablecram. aasM this
looming that the carcltr of ahlpa U
mt wrloiw enough to Interfere wltn
the lMrd' plans fr bringing two ves
wls full of Immigrants here In the next
. II. Ilackfeld & Co. today received
a cablegram from Mr. Ilackfeld In
Ceriuany giving the latest news on ,
I he beet-sugar rrojt situation and also
news of a rainfall In Austria thatmiy
have a serious effect on the oecl.
Tho cablegram saya;
"Italnfall general in Austria. Not
enough rain In Kcnninr and France.
No estimate of tho crop lias been
mado to far In all probability S.OOO.
000 Inns less ttjan last year."
Sugar experts here are Inclined to
tho belief that the rain in Austria at
this time will prove detrimental to
the saccharine content of the beets.
William A. Hecklcy. of the local
IKjst-ofTlce, Hie news of whose arrest ,
for stealing from tho omca was pub
lUlicd exclusively by the nutlet In
yesterday, will coma up before U. 8.
Commissioner P.ivls next Monday for
preliminary examination and in the
usual routlno will probably be bound
over to await tho action of -tho Fed
eral grand Jury.
Hockley's arrest nnd tho discovery
that his downfall is alleged to be duo
to gambling have raurcd a sensation,
mid tho iK'Mtoflli'o Is In lino for Rome
overhauling. It was staled today bi
ll p'ista! ofliehl tint Hecklcy was on
.1 vacation when $in0 will from Icl
lehua dlaHos.ro.! instcrloiisy abiut
July &, so that hu pmhihly knew no
llilng about It, On the other hand.
Just nbguOlial tlmo Berkley appear
ed to bo writ m.pf.lle.l with fuiili,
from what aeiiiiiiltitances of bis al
lege, nnd xtal nlllclals will not rest
1111 1 It they are assured that ho bus had
110 confederate In ihn work
Tlm twenty-dollar theft 1111 which
ho Is formally urritli'd may send
Hockley lo Jail fur u long lime. Thn
money was In ihurgu of another pon
till I'l.trk, Ham Naomi, but thu ln
nll will bn Jusl ns sovern as If ler,k
I.') hud taken funds entrusted In Ilia
own crn. The inaxliiium s'iiully all
jiii!rrliju. b) law Is H.Wl fine nnd
6 jours In llm penltcullury or bolli.