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From 8an Francisco!
For San Frarcttcot
China Mn 13
Mnkiira May 22
Zenlandla May 21
Every time a live merchant's name
or trade-mark appears In a live even
Ing newspaper it is adding to his pres
tlge and profit if he backs up his
promises with the quality of goods he
Appeals to Thinking and Progressive Readers
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5235.
22 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1912. 22 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Make Probes Of
Blaze In Old
Insurance men, waterfront mithnr
ItlcH, the United Stales purine hospl
tn I nervier, mill n hundred spectators
of the lire III the liurkcntlne S N i'iih
tle this morning lire stirred tip hy
widely varying reports as to the origin
of the lire.
While the charge Is made hy those
nl '".ml tlic vessel that the lire started
from fumigation pots put In jestcrday
hy tho U. S ciuiiriintlnc service, re
ports have heen Hying around all
morning that thero Is "something do
ing." Hxport examination hy Indlvadii.ils
anil a hoard of survey uro passing on
the (piestlniis The copra cargo,
longing to n.lhcr Honglcr of Fanning
Island, Is Insured with the Switzerland
Murine Insurance Company, and Alex
ander & Ilaldwln, for tho San l"rnn
cisco iiRcntH of the company, this morn
Iiib called In A. II. Ourrey, secretary
of tlie hoard of lire underwriters, for
an expert examination
Arthur HerR of the Hlshop lnsuraiico j
Afiency sent Captain Mncaulay downj
IVr another probe. Tho Itlshop agency j
represents the San Frunclsco Hoard
of Murine Underwriters, the hoard rep- I
resenting the companies In which the t
vessel was Insured while at San Fran- .
After an examination. Captain Mnc- I
nul.iy In a private conversation Is re- I
ported on umiuestloniilile authority to
have salil that the copra carRO appear
ed to have heen danuiRed hy previous
exposure to sca-watcr, and that "If a
lil.ize had sturteit, they mightn't he
backward uhout lielplng It uloeiB."
Dr Trotter, chief iiaratitlne otllcer.
xns that tho fumlRatlnn pots were
out early this morning nnd that the
vessel was "sold" at 7 o'clock, linlf an
hour hefore tho lire was reported
The theory of bpnutnnrnus comhiis
tlon Is also held It Is s.ild that the
sulphur sntokn In the fumigation would
lile the oxygen from the air. ami
that after tho fumigation was ovcrnnd
the sulphur smoke cleared away, tho
Inrush of oxygen, over tho Rrcasy, oily
topra cargo, would create a condition
favorable to spontaneous combustion
The rumors that tho tiro In the ves
sel was mora than an accident, In view
o the ullCRcd hHilly damaged cargo
already known, and the fact that tho
vessel caino In here old and haltered,
are scouted hy tho friends of Captain
von Dahlrcn. ,
Fire that raged In the hold of tho
American harkentlne H N Castlo this
iiiornlnB caused loss or damago to the
amount of seviral hundred dollars, be
sides preventing the departure or tho
sailing vessel for the mainland i
Oftlceis connected with tho Federal
customs stufT observed a column of
black smoke and llamo Issuing from
the after hatch of the barkcnthie short
ly before half-past seven this morn
ing The lire department's two brand-now
lunlor-drlvin thenileal engines and tun
,, . . , .
BUiini lire engines hastened lo Um I
scene of lire, nt the lower end of Fort
street, their rapid passage through the
center und business section of the city
atliacllng a large crowd of followers
Vessel Oadly 8corched.
An examination made of the hold
(Continued on Page 2)
We have the largest stock In the city
of both Granite and Marble.
Orders will have our prompt atten
tion. H. E. IJENDRICK, Ltd..
Phono 2648 Merchant and Alaker
CASTLE FIRE STARTS RUMORS
MAN WHO FLEES
TO THE ORIENT
Chief of Pit.rlivos McDulMc thin
morning hoarded Die Incoming PucHIo
Mall liner I'ersla and arreited a Jup
nnosit Koul Tuimki., whose true
inline, according to the latest eahle to
.MeDullle, Is Ichaehl.
Tho Japanese Is wanted at Pasco,
Wish , for grand larceny Sheriff Hays
of I'aseo. who teamed of tho depar
ture of the Japanese In tho Persia, oa
lilcil to I'hlef .MeUiilllo hero to arrest
the limn on the arrival of the Pacific
Mall liner, and this iiiornlnB the chief
ihoarded the steamer and snatched away
I tl.n N.'tlilin.mun frmi. 11. n IIm.i i. linn, tl.o
..... a..'....iG. .....I. .ii.i .....I ..... .....
(passengers awnlted tho Inspection hy
,)o nnl, , ,,mcIullf
Chief McDutlle when seen this morn
ing said that ho does not know the
particular tharRcs awnlthiR the Jap
anese In Pasco He stated, howover,
that the Nipponese Is wanted thero to
answer the charRc of grand larceny.
Hon Cecil Hrowu received
news today of the death of
Mrs 'Siiblnu Preston on Sun
day. April "7. at Berkeley, Cal
Mrs Preston was the widow
of the late IMward Preston, who
was associate Justice of tho Su
pieme Coint during the days of
the inonanhy and also attorney
general during tho reign of King
Mrs Preston Is veiy pleas
antlj remembered hy kamaul
iwh Site came originally from
the Colonies, but made her homo
latterly In California
Hon Cecil Hrnwn served as
deputv attorney general under
Mr Preston when be was head
of tip. nlllee In Kalakaua's time
it. . .
On tho opening night last Saturday
ut tho Young Hotel Itnthskeller a
good mnny wero nimble to obtain
t,ents. hut Ihn excellent musical nro.
gram will ho
repealed this evening,
is may ho secured ilitr-
"' luoi'iiiuiiHin iiuvj iiu ni'iuii'u nui"
ing tho day. From six-thirty to eight-
Ihltty p. in. tho popular basso, John
P. Rogers, will render a succossbui of
pieces. From thenco until in o'clock
Will Marshall, the society entertain
er, will nppear; vvhllo Frank Anile
son, pianist, and .Mr. Domingo, violin
ist, will accompany tho vocal pnr.
formers. Krnest Knal's Hawaiian
tinuhadours will nil tho Intermis
sions, 1 J.'-.S'S'5v1''$'!S''S'5''
PROGRAM NEXT WEEK ''
Monday and Tuosdjy Cavalry
Wednesday and Thuisday Field
Friday and Satuiduy Iufantiy. '
Following week (lurrlson In
ARE THE FEATURE
Hawaiian Nobles And
Queen Score Hit At
Two cablegrams, from James S. Mc-
Candless to Dr. Arthur G. Hodgins, po-
tentato of Aloha Temple, tell the story
of the big hit tho Honolulu Shriners
are making in Los Angeles. The Ha-
wailan float and princess. Miss Wil-
helmina Weight of Hilo, were features
of tho groat parade yesterday.
"Sunny Jim" cablesi
Los Angeles, Cal, May 10.
Bill drill. Aloha most excellent show-
NO MANEUVERS TODAY;
BELL SURPRISES ALL
SCIIOFIi:i,I HAUUACKS. May 11.
Maintaining hi" rcimtallon for spring
ing surprises. Colonel Hell, Inspector
general of tho Western Division,
sprung ono on tho Army maneuver
enmps today hy calling for field In
bpectlon Instead of maneuvers.
All night last night tho rival "ar
mies" expected tho call for a night at
tack, nml mnny n wakeful soldier did
not close his eyes until after 12
o'clock. Tho Up vvnR out that tho sud
den cessation of innneuvcrH veBtcnlay
ineaut the night sortie, hut not so.
Then this morning Colonel Hell on
notintcil Inspection In tho Hold. First
tho cavalry, the eiillro I'lftli with tho
exception oi ono iruop wuicu uau
been left nt bchnlield, then tho First
Field Artillery, then the Second In
fantry and finally tho sanllnry troops
tho Hospital Corpa was Inspect
ed. Colonel Hell went through tho In
spection vvllh a line toothed comb. Ho
UNITED CRUSADE AGAINST VICE
PLANNED BY CHURCH FEDERATION
i no now urgamzaron Names
Pnmmillnn In Inwne-lirf nln
ijijiMUMiii:i: ill iiivi:.iiuinii;
I i rK.,i;i:.o
Plans for an Investigation Into the
mn.ni .ii ...a i ,i , . i . i i ,n.
tlons 'of tho clly, wllh a crusade
against nviis on wnicu ino iigui is
turned dnvoloped ycRlorday with I ho
orKanlr.atlon of the lntcr-ClmrcJi Fed-
ernllon of llonolulii.
This federation haa heen In process
' organizing for homo tlmo and Hie
filial preliminary meeting was held
yoslcriliiy afternoon al tho Y. M C,
A. With tho Protestant churches
Joining vvllh tho utmost earnest noss
nnd enthusiasm, tho formation of tho
- --. t - - -
fotlorntlim Is pronounced by Hlshop
UP ON MONDAY
I Tho second hatch of tho Maliuka sltn
cases will tnnio up for hearing hefore
Feduial JuUgu Dolo Monday morning
at 10 o'clock Thoy nru for the con
demnation of tho properties hold hy
the Hawaiian Trust Company und the
Ofllco Specialty Company. Tho Inter
ests Involve leasehold and feo simple;
Tho Canton Dry Goods Co. aro tho
sole ngents for tho Ilaclielor's Friend
hoso. Six pairs for 1.B0 or ?2.00,
guaranteed for six months.
ing. No first prlie any patrol. Every
man of Moha Temple given an Indi -
vidua! trophy. Today parade only,
Aloha has been requested to give an
exhibition drill. McCANULESS.
Los Angeles, Cat, May 11.
Patrol special mention. Float award-
cd prize. Princess leading feature.
made n minute personal Inspection
trip down the ranks and not a thing
esiaped his expert eje
Army Makes Good Showing. j
Wlille no report of course will ho
mailn public now. It may he said that
the army of Oahu Is making n very
good show Ing and that Colonel Hell
was not displeased this morning. As
he went through the Inspection, ho
had very few el Heliums lomake. i
Indeed, from a spectator's stand
point, the troops are ncniilttliiB them
selves well, both on maneuvers nud
In camp. They nro handled splendid
Next Week Dusv.
Noxt week will come a scries of
testa really harder than those Just
gone through, the handling of tho ar.
rlous arms as Individual elements.
Monilnv and ruesdnv will ho devoted
to I lie cavalry. Wednesday and Thurs
day to the Held artillery, and Friday
and Saturday lo the Infant r. I
(Continued on Page 3)
II II llnulmletr II. n 11 rut
"epohmakiiiK event- i
At llio lileetlnc of delecntes of llvn
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i:ngllsli-B-aklug congregations job-
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ini ., ,i' 1 1, ,.. nn-i ii I-,, 1 1 c.,iri
Union. Christian. Kplacnpal, Methodist
aim ni. i leuieui n r.pisiopai inn
The following nlllcers wero rhosen
Hlshop lleslarlck, president; F .1.
Uiwrey. vlto proslilenl; V. 15. Hall,
secretary; nnd II. II, Trent, treasurer.
Tho purposo of tho Federation, as
slted In the constitution, la to en-
conrago cooperation among tho con
gregallons, conduct evangelistic move-
meiils, lo encourngo tho ohsorvatico
(Continued on Page 4)
WEAVER NOT IT
S J !!( o J J,
'I i-co hv jour paper that my
name Is uieutluiied to succeed
Judge Hardy as Judge," said
Judge P I, Weaver today "It
must be a healthy place, for I
understand It Is llfty years since
Judge Hard) first took olllce,
with only mca'slonal visit away
"Hut I am not a candidate for
the ollhe As Tom Fitch used
to say mi each of his visits to
llonolulii, i have innio to Ho
nolulu to sta.'"
(Associated r-rrna Catilft.1
SCRANTON, Pa, May 11. Rioting
broke out today In the Olyphant col
liery. The troops shot and killed a
boy of fourteen in the doorysrd of his
home. A corporal has been arrested.
t AssoctMrd Press Cable. 1
LONDON, Eng, May 11. The min
imum wage scale system, begun a few
weeks ago to stop the great strikes, haa
already broken down. A crisis Is
threatened. The government mediator
for Wales Is said to be allowing miner
less than five shillings.
(Hpeol.il rill I let in Cable)
8CATTLE, Wash., Mav 11.
eral Judge Hanford today revoked the
citizenship paper of Leonard Oleson,
an Industrial Worker of the World,
who was naturalized two yean ago.
The revocation was made because of
erloui utterances by the agitator,
proving that he vas not supporting
the Constitution of the United States.
FLOOD IN NEW ORLEANS
HAS CLAIMED A VICTIM
(Hix-clll lllillr I In Cable )
NEW ORLEANS, La., May 11.
The floods have subsided. One per
son was drowned In the flooded
streets last night.
MEXICAN FORCES LINING
UP FOR HARD BATTLE
(Kpeclal llullnt In Cable.)
ESCALON, Mex., May 11. Eight
een thousand soldiers are now In the
field within a radius of 75 miles from
(Sprclnl Hul let in Cable )
EL PASO, Tex., May 11. The
EL PASO, Tex.. May I1.-The fed,
eral troops are advancing and the
rebels have retreated from their po
"ltlon CT0 the burder twenty miles
3viy. General Orozco, the rebel lead
tr' ' eer"orln hnewi,
RITCHIE MAKES CHAMP
GO SOME IN 4 ROUNDS
SAN FftANCISCO, Cal., May 11
Wlille Ritchie and Ad Wolgast, the
champion lightweight, today fought
four fierce rounds and the newspaper
experts give Ritchie a draw with the
WORTH WINNER OF BLUE
RIBBON TURF EVENT
(Associated Press Cable.)
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 11. Worth
won tho Kentucky Derby today, wllh
Duval second and Flamma third.
AT ST. PETERSBURG
ST. PETERSBURG, Russ., May 11..
Tho Panama Pacifls Exposition rep
resentatives are hero today.
PRINCETON'S NEW .
tAssoriuieil Press Cable.) the courtesy of the Turners, was al-
PRINCETON, N. J., May 11, Dr. , lowed the use of tho pool for an en
John Gner Hibben was today inaugur- tertalnmtut for membtrs and lady
ated. President Taft, Chief Justice friends of Its organization.
White and other notables were present
,t tho inauguration ceremonies,
WILL NAME THE
Tim appointment of Mnrslon Camp
bell's suciessor lo the olllce of Super
intendent of Public Works will he
ado Mnndnv. This ,ls the statement
given mil by Governor I'rear loj.ty.
o pnve no Intimation concerning the
Identity of tli man to he named, how
Campbell's period of service will ex
pirn In three weeks, and tho appoint
incut nt this time will enable his suc
cessor to obtain!!!! acquaintance with
tho routine and responsibilities of tho
offli'o. before, ho tal.cH imtlvo charge.
It Its understood that Cnniphell Is
very Insistent on t lie appointment of
LORIMER REPORT TO
BE MADE MAY
(SlM-CIUl fill lint I
C, May 11. The
WASHINGTON, D. C, May
Senate committee investigating
bribery charges against Senator Lort
mer will make its final report on May
20, it was stated today.
ST. LOUIS-PUNAHOU MIX-UP.
liic baseball game plavcd this morn-
lug between the studihls of Piiiuihott
nod SI Louis College tame to an end
Amcxpcctcdlv ut the cud of the tighlh
Inning The mure was fl In :i In favor
of the Piiualioiis
The Saints (l.ihmit that Umpires'
lluvos anil Wilfer erred In ihildliiR
against them, anil they have tiled a
protest, which will he taken up Inter
liv the Judges of the two trams
Airorillng In lull) lamer of the
Saints. Schiuii.iii, who was at lut. was
about to bit a ball when he was called
"slrutk out" by die umpire This au
gend the Saints ami they protested.
The inaltir will be settled some time
MImh Matnl WlRht nf Knlmi.i ami Mr.
(JrorKo Ittll'hllciltK Wtni IllllITiVii lit IllRtt
tMHifi liuliiy, the ctrrmmiy lu'lnt; hoM
nl St ('h'tnotit's cluipcl
Tenders for the construction of tli( "11"' ' H'.niv has nev.r p.u.l unv dlvl-
lllln Union School, Tor which an tii- '' ,,t1' "l"1 ll"" ,lml " -"r" '" "nl'
pioprlatlim of $fi."..i)0(l has been made,1"" ,'"r "f "K history nlmh was but
uro being iiilvrrtlsed now (Continued on Page 3)
DUKE SMASHED DANIELS' RECORD
EOR 80 YARDSJN PHILLY RACE
Duke Kabanainnku's wonderful per- great hurt ili-tui,, pi ! swimmer,
fiirinanies do not cease as be length- "'" '- v' "' heie li members of
ens his stay on lb,, mainland I'1 "" Homing ' hih to be tried
out against our best swimmers, pre-
Hy tuil.i s mall Lew Henderson le- j 1Hrill(ir , ,,llU,r ,e u,o-iiietiT swlm
ceived a dipping (filing of ono "f . inlng event ut Stockholm. Sweden, ut
Duke's lutist fiats, from James T I lb,. Olympic games, In Julv next
Stcrrett, secietnry of the Phlladelphl.il The big hmnzod-skln alhlete. who Is
Swimming Club iifls Is from tho
Philadelphia Ledger of April 57 The
most Interesting part of It Is at the
hist, where Duke smashed n world's
lecoril for eighty jards and appeared
In do It as i unity "as rolling oil u log"
The l.rdgu's story follows
A swimming euteitalnmeiit that ex
lelled anything of tho kind ever la fore
given In this part of the world, be
cause of tho ilussy character of tho
piiformers and the work they did, look
place on Thursday night III the pool
of the Philadelphia Tiirngemelude Tho
Philadelphia .Swimming Club, through
due of the attractions was tho work
of Duke Kuhuiiamoku of Honolulu, tho
Will Fight Cable
"The Western Union company haa
entered into n traffic agreement with
the Marconi company whereby the
Western Union offices receive and de
liver Marcomgrams to and from Eu
rope. Tho agreement provides lor the
extension of the Marconi system from
the Pacific Coast of the UniteJ States
to Hawaii, China, Japan and the Pnil
ippines, thus giving the Western Union
company a wireless transpacific ser
vice." ihls statement, Rlv n out formally
hy the olllcers of the Western Union
T legrnph Company, Is tho opening gun
In what Is expected to bo all epoch
making fight fcr control of tho tele
graph business of the l'jcjllc.
llehlnd tho slory of tho Marconi
(cmpahv's determination to establish
powerful wireless plants on tho Pa
eillc. told by J A. Ilnlcii, vice president
"r ,,K' Mutual Telephone Company, on
j his return rrom the nminianii ny inn
rllne last Wednesday there Is a
111 hlggir slor.v It Is the slory of
the Western Culon's coup by which It
(gains a transpacific win-less service.
and enlirs the Pin llle to wrest tho
business fiom the Commercial Paclllo
i 'able Company
Honolulu Is the most Important link
In the haln the Western ITnlon Is
forging to Rlrdle the earth, and Ho-
noliilo Is going lo get the benefits of
the sudden Incrtnse In facilities for
' cnmmuulcntion It Is freely predicted
that rates will be cut ut least In linlf.
land that when the wlrticss service Is
fullv established, they will go below
The WoMrrn Union's millions and th
Western Union's will-known ability to
currj n tight through to the tlulsli h.ivo
now been put behind the wireless com
pany, and thirc will be pli ntv of funds
lo finance tho fight Indeed, so welt
was this rcconl?od, ami so command
ing a position did II give the Marconi
Wireless, that from the moment when
It was kunw'n that negotiations were
under way for the Western Union's
agreement, Marconi slock begun to
The shares of the Marronl company,
latelv jr, pir but Just receiitlv changed
to f, p.n, have been selling very high
Tin n the old stock went to Id a share
and the law slock sold at lr. a share
i, f,.Pt hirhes toll, weighing 185
pounds, und 11 ycurs of uge, has been
undir the i are of (leorge Kistlei, the
famous University uf Pennsylvania
swimming much, h) Lew Henderson, a
former Phlladiiphhin, mid now In tho
employ of the United States riovcril
meiit. al Honolulu, who brought Ka
haiiamoku heie, und Ills work Thursday
night showed wonderful Improvement,
both In form and tpeed. since Klstler
has had hhn under his wing, for In an
exhibition swim against time for four
(.lengths of the Turners' pool (St 1-3
vnrds.i allowing 5 seconds' start to C.
II Oiirbmher, unother fast swimmer,
tho Duke won by threo yards In tho
remarkable tlmo of is ;-5 seconds;,
which Is 3-5 of n second faster than
tho fcu-vurd vtorld's record by Charles
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