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From Ban Franelscol
Siberia May 31
For San Franelscol
I'll h ii Muni May 25
Makurn .Juno 19
Kcalandla Juno 18
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
IMMIGRANTS REFUSE TO GO
FLAME OF REV0L1
Revolt smoldering nt llio Territorial
mmnt.on Statloi.-for four days past
scriuun iiuuiiiu linn iiiuniiiih win n in
. ,, , , , ., , . . . ,
teen Spaniards declined to go to (bo
plantations, whom work Is awaiting
mem, uuu iiiruugn n spoKcsmsu no
dared that unless they are allowed to
go where they pleaso they will stay In
tho station and forco tho authorities
to put thorn out.
Sullen, with vaguely-Imputed threats
and open refusal to accept the good
positions offered them, tho heads of
half a dozen Immigrant families nnd
several slnglo men this morning stood
In a seml-clrclo nnd listened to nn tiltl
mntiim dollvcrod by Sccrctnry Kcarus
of tho Hoard of .Immigration. Mr.
Kcnrns, who Is In active charge of the
station during tlio absence of Or. Vic-
ns O TMni lines linnii linvldfT lit a ttml.
blcs with two or three apparent nglta-l , Because tho authorities at Washing
tors among tho Spaniards left at the " "v - "' gelded H'"" the "?
station, anil this morning It came to, lnl location of ho marine barracks
nn open break and "f100 luartcrs t l'carl Harbor
ti. - i i i i ,o i.-n ' and because changes In tho structures.
htiku, Walalua or P.wa. and the two' ,hcmso'v8 aro, ' being mado on tho
most troublesome Insisted on going to l''"8. f""''"'- ''" has been occasion
Puuncne. Positions Just as good as cd "''l? ueslimlng of cons ruction,
they can get on thoso plantations. It W.T. Spalding of the Spalding Con
Is said, nro .cn to them nt Onomen structlon Company of l'ortland. Ore.
or Pcpeekeo or Olan or Naalelm or BMccessful bidders for tho Important
.... - ..... .. !... .. unrk. Hii lil Ihlit ninrnlni Mint ho ok.
ZTZ Kr i:1 Zt X"'
1 it Mnmlnv twentv-elcbt of them foro duly. Mr. Spalding, who has been uratively "sat upon rrlnclpal 1,. i-..AJ??'.i.T'c"Ly.TR,.-i!:
".?' hero for a month, came In tho hone Copeland today. On ro-consldcrallon
.tend. SecVeta'Kearns and others
a hoVatlon h.vo given hem ow r.
n Lorhinltv in eel good i"os Ions hut '
as It happens, tbcro Is no lack of labor
rniuniiv ,-nrr.riiiiv niul nerHiinslve-
... tr ... f t C3II... ....I nllmra linlm
Iivninlnnd' nnd 're-oxnlnlned tho mat-!
explained ami rc-oxpinineu mo mai 1
r.... .u. 1 i. .. i... ,.,.
sitting tight and meanwhile living off
the Territory, and their spokesman
.s.l.. ... -I. I ll.ni) .Mimun In ofnVi
mi mill 1I1IIK bhiuiiiw l""l""".'" ".'
In the station until they are put out
KoartiB delivered his ultimatum at
lfiQl In tin iinrertntn terms.
"You have been well-treated by this
rt-. ..I,.... ..a ... n.i tint rnanntiullil.)
tor the sickness that you brought hcrol
with you from your own towns and
which held you In quarnntlno and thus
dolayed your gottlng out while thoi
plantations wero getting their labor-1
Vu" ni,i i,n Hirnuch Mr. Silva as In-
,r;,ri u'n nivo vnn mnrv nsslst.t
auce In our power, and wo are now of-
ferlng you good positions. Hut wo
cannot continue to support you hero
If vou do not Intend to work. I
Tho sleniner Clnildlnn leaves nt r,
o'clock this afternoon and will carry
you to plantations where you will get
good wnges. Hut I must warn you that
I! you do not go at 5 o'clock wo shall
bo compelled to open tho doors of thU
stntlon nnd ask you nnd rar families
In lako yourselves anil your household
goods out of heroi"
Then tho Immigrants, when thoy Us
toned to Iho interpretation, showed
symptoms of making trouble. Ilyes
flashing, arms gesticulating In true
Latin nxcltablllly, they declared they,
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WOUIUll t go, mill IIIU1I niimt-niiiuii iti-
lormcd Mr. Kearns thoy would literal
ly hnvo to be put nut of tho station.
Tho ultimatum has boon -delivered,
and this afternoon will toll tho tnlo.
X'... ttul, ,1 III lia I. sit(irli it U Ihn
i...,ui,o. ui.i" ..n,l Arirnnii ns Iho
Wo have tho largest slock in the city
of both Granite and Marble.
Orders will have our prompt atten
tion. H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Phono 2648 Merchant and Alakei
JIAI'llr TltA.NSIT LOSKS.
Bulletin, II 2i p. in In a decision
handed down liy tlio Supremo Court
(tils afternoon, on the controversy on
street puling submitted to the court
by tlio llnpld Transit Company and
tho Torrltory, It Is held that tho Rapid
Transt company under Its franchise
must pho between Its tracks vtltti
the satno material nn tlio government
or city uses In street pining, and as
le 'as "the P v ,g U d Tl U has
'rn1,t,Pr,e:: l BtrCm,0"",ly K l"
n.inld Transt mm linn v anil sett en a
i Ml I'll! 1 liUIDIl .'-IIIIMiUJ illMl OULUVH 11
0nt molUl,K llmny thousands of
, -.-. . . ...
peels now work will not7bB started be-l
nl.n carl, starto,, putting un the
building., not only must await tho
''cclslon In Washington, hut will have
t cable to Portland to stop force of
skilled workmen that
wifrf to havo
started for Honolulu
within a few.
Ho retched a letter estcrday from
if-,. i,im .,. n,n
111s nomo o co iniorming mm mai 1110
workmen wcro coming, ami said today
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IIItMIl IlllL III 1U U HUH, 1IU UA MVLin
..... .. ., .... , wl.li.. .
UlniJ II i.huii;si.iiii 1,1,111 . .ioii,iif.i'ii 1
day or tomorrow with somo ilcllnlto
news us to iho location of tho build-
Ing and tho changes
that may bo
Houovor, Mr. Spnlding Is optimistic
about tho work as a whole and has no
roinpiaiui w iiiuhiiii mu num. .;u
would rather have tho details settledl
beforehand and then bo able to go
ahead with tho work.
A. W. Spnlding and W. T. Spalding,
father and son, nro tho Spalding Con-
structlon Company. This Is W, T.
Spaldlng'B first IrlO to tho Islands and
no uses iinnoiiuu eu iiiiieu, no i-
pects 10 use as iniicii imiu uiuoi u
posslblo on tlio work.
HIS POINT IN
Thin nn had not taken Into consld
cratloii a number of rentala In the members of tho committees of tho In
hulldlngs and leases of surrounding tcr-Churcii Kcdoratlon need not nec-
I11 ndduclug Ills valuation
1 or J17.H0 per square, foot for the lands men at all, tlio organization commit
Isouclu l,v I he ran eminent In Hie sec- e0 " chnrgo held 11 meeting ill 1
oml Miitniku sits iui.o. wus the udmls-
I i.. . n..i... i.!,i.irr.i .e
for the lllshop Trust Company, who
held the witness stand practically all
this morning, undergoing n grilling
cross-examination by United States
District Attomey Dreckops,
For several hours yesterday morning
mid throughout today's session In fed
eral Court, Heldford evaded direct an
swers tn numrrnui questlonsconcern-
lug bin method of llgurliiK tho vnlua -
Hon of this property, generally statins
that his figures woro tho result of his
"own knowledge 'and experlento" In
llndlug valuations of this character.
The bearing was continued to Mon-
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
MUCH UP IN AIR
CHICAGO, III., May 24. Members of the National Republican
Committee now here declare that neither Taft nor' Roosevelt has
secured enough Instructed delegates to secure their election, and
that the unlnstructed delegates will hold the balance of power at
the Chicago convention.
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$2,000 IS TOKEN
FOR CAP7. BERGER
of k r "" "y
"-' e iiiniiiiuie.u "niuy hi u iiiiiiiiiiniiu
.. I,. I...... .. ,. "Mid ninna ah ' i
partlclimtcd In by scores of Hnwali:n
prominent business nnd professional
men. a iiiuciieoii ui uiu ijuninirigiiii
r.i..i. . . 11-... .....1 n. ......
vim, wiin iiiv iiiuiiuiiii, (inn mi' iivi.ii-i' - . : : . . .. .' .
slon ls-Ilcrgcr' visit In tho father- participated with satisfaction.
land, for which ho will Icavo wlthln'n Ccorgo W. Smith complimented Cap-
few days. '," "crgcr upon tho milhfiil scrvleo
. . .... . .. 1. It. I.n 1 ml t-M.i ilnMil lln unlil I ,
Two thousand dollars, in a enecK 10.
which many of Ilcrger's friends con-
trlbuted was tho substantial token of
.." ..a.8 ?."?" '.I. .,.....'.
i-Biuum nun. uiu niii'iiiii uuiiiiiuunivi
was given, nnd llcrgcr wept with cmn.
Hon as the demonstration of friendship'
overwhelmed ?".?" " '
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V,U1H11UI ueipri .M iiu.uijr nun- ...
respond when called upon to speakjlirii.
uunng me niuciicuu. in uu tuusu
IS COPEUND'S SCHEME!ASKINGLAWYERS
The supervising principals again n
of a motion proposed U Mm yesjor-
day. which on "snap" Judg
passed by the Hoard, they
amendment, offered bv Prl
die, of Kauai, that virtually uultlllcs
Copeland's proposition. .
Ills motion esterday was to tho ei-
feet that tho principals of tho high
uni,,i ..n,i nnmmi .rimni imnl,l mu.
scnooi unu iiormui kl-iiuoi niiuuiu cuu
stltute a board of examination for pu-
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l Clhlllll i.iuuv.f sitssv uiu ....
., f- ,.ll Ml.nl. .....lltQ .hnill.l l.n
imiiiiua 11.1 . ..v.. ...... .......... ..v.
held when and wheio 1110 noarii ue
cided they should tsko place.
llrndlos amendment, to tho offect
Hint each principal should conduct tlio
examination for pupils of his or her
own school, brings tlio situation nacK
1.. mu djbivih u ih-" " ..
Chagrined by his fulluro to put
throimh un entirely new study courso
for Hawaii's imlillc schools In the
meeting of the supervising principals,
Principal ( i: Copeland today Is said
tn be preparing to carry bis light lntn
H. roiincii or tiie eommiMsioners 01
pulillc Instriietlnn, where It Is snlil lie
itiitli'lpiites 11 certain amount of sup-1
I port for his radical measures.
I He not only has ifeelined absolutely
to lake any part In the sessions of the
committor on mathematics, which for
tlio last threo days bus been preparing
recommendations on 11 ifvMiiii of the
J obi schedule, nnd to which ho was
.appointed chairman, but is quoted lis
I remarking to the oilier two member.
TAKES BROAD STAND
' ""King upon wo uncial policy mat
essariiy do ministers or even cnurcn-
o clock today ut tho Y. M. C A., fol
lowed Immediately by tho session of
tho nominating coiniiilltee
U was decided that committees shall
consist of five members each. The
". Inatl g emm .tee a work occtpled
a largo part of tho nftornoon. What
the Kcdoratlon wants, say tho mom
hers, are ahlo and willing men, re
gnidless of church or religious aflllin
Federal Judgo demons tomorrow
morning will hold tho final hearing
for nnturull7iitlon of Oebrgo ltobert
Litton and Thomas Anthony Ruune,
of Scbollold barracks, nnd Carl Joseph
Schold, of this city.
Has the Interested Attention of
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912. 12
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Cu.su. II 'l7a kM d i'mlVf
ZhciXma'n; He'rge, JZ." hs
'..,.,. . ., ,.. ...
GVOH Willi It 1111 Oil KCrC'lllCl Illlll remain
I1"8 for "evcral inlnutes When
' resumed control of hlmhcir, ITof.
.- --r """
pi him wltli n luncheon. In wlilrh tin
":". """"' '""'.'. """'., '"'
;apiain iiergcr nan ueen icnuer 01 me
'mml for the past forty years and dur-
I,,,, iimt tn,,e nerlnd of tl,m he i,ml
occn aiwnys sicauy ami laiiiiiui in 1110
UISC largo 01 1118 amies. llCIOrC COIl-
eluding ho presented the veteran band-
innalnr Ihn rlior-W rn Inn tlmmtnml ilnl.
l.l r 11.. .,.!.. oil
(Continued on Page 3)
of that enmmlltee
"I have njre.idy made mv sugi-- )
tlons mid they hue been turned Imvn,
H I 1. 1 11 not help sou Vou ci-i i;o
nh.M'l and work on jour ricouuwu -1
llom, but It will Ju-Ht ln IuIm r win ut.
liecaiiiie llov are going to bo thrown
out In their enllretj
As the iittliui he lullnuiteil has lint
been' taken In the hiiitInIiir prlncl-
puis, nnd he knew nt the time he niHili
the staleimiil that the principals would
not take un mcli nclloii, thc wnrdi
are roiutriied a threat to carry
ihn principal' njiitroersy up to tho
It Is thnimht this will be done III
the form of 11 oilimrltj report, signed
by only two mil "f the scenteen su-
perxlslng prim ip-ila. and that it will
be merely a reiteration of Copclanirs
siheine fur 11 new educational system,
ThrniiKliniit' the present striiBBln
iignliist the iidinliilatratloii, ("opelii lid's
ono Ktiiiinih hiniliiniin has tieen Prln-
elpal II M Wells of Miikuwao, ami
thrrn In little doubt Hint Wells will
)(l (ln H,.,m ,nfv nr tho minority
report, If It In made
Tlio prineiiuils take 'no part In the
ilellK-riitloni or the educational com-
iuIksIom biyiuid siilimlttlng, In writ
lug, their reiomiueiiitatlons. but they
can bo called Into the meeting tn make,
oral suggestlmii or glo Information.
The delay In the formation of the ree-oiuilienilatlon-
which was to hac been
Mulshed this iifli-riioon, will now com
pel all I lie prliiili.ils to remain In town
until tomorrow and 11 number -perhaps
all will le summoned before tho
coniiiilislnn whli h ininenes then
SLIGHT ADVANCE IN
RAW SUGAR EXPECTED
Alexander K- Ilaldwln today received
the following cablegram from their
ow )orK coiresponueni.
Ilaw sugar market advance l-lb
exported for spot Hellncrs bidding
for noxt months' sugar from Cuba nt
advance 1-11. Ninety centrals grind
ing" LAND BOARD TO AUCTION
LEASE ON MAUI TRACT
The board of laud commissioners
this morning rc-Jicled tbe offer of I)r
Ituyninnd. who sought to obtain a lease
on a 10.000-aero tract of land on the
Island of Maul, adjoining- his ranch
His offer was a rental of 1200 per
milium Tor the land, which ho says Is
(It only for grazing. The commission.
ers decided to offer tho leaso nt publlo
3 CANDIDATES STUMPING
MILITARY PAGEANT TO
FEATURE MEMORIAL DAY
Organization of the Memorial Day
procession has been agreed upon he
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i. .. i. i.. .i....i .... n. ...,
UlllllU. I1U IIUO limuil'll Will. UIU iVhll'
nr troops stationed near the city to
taV , ,10 mnrcll t0 ,.0 Nijubiiu!
. ..,,..u ..'
eiscs arc to bo held in honor of tho
Nation's soldier dead.
Thc ,hlc of nmrch ttM1 1)0 fr,)m ,lln
.mrntlin emmuta ihroiich the eitv
T " , , , ,. I
anil out Nuiianu street to tho come-,
tnry. The troops from Knrt Shatter'
...j .,. ,. ,,.. m ,i, ..... 1
ru.. . ,"""' ""' "'"" '-' "
mo immue, ill liira uriitm imi.uiiiu,
accompanied by tho headquarters
Staff, will 1)C grand marshal. The mtti
lilt 1'Ul tUIIUIl t .ltli I VIJ "HI " ! .uillHMiuii '. !' i--.ai"x... ..-
participate In tho exercises, A.imlraIvtliQa-emetorr-.tbo.orKnUallons will bej
Cowlea Having been nssen 10 proving
TO INDORSE MAN
l.jle A Dlckej secretary
l.i w-ii I In n liar Association, this
morning received 11 (iililegrmn from At
tnrney liriiiral Wk-ki-rshiiin. JiJiklng
fur kUKKeMtloiiH from the association
us to who kIkiiiIiI succeed Judge Hardy
lis elriult J'ldge of Kuu.il Judgt
Hardy recentlj resigned
The mutter will bo considered at
the iiiiiiuul meeting of the Hawaiian
Itar Association, which N to be held
next Wednesday uftiriionn at 4 o'clock
In room 300 Judd Inilldlng. At that
time the asFociatlon will rnnsldrr the
rosslhllltles for tho position mid will
probably forward 11 eablo recoinmcn-
ilatlon to Washington District Mag-
Istratc Charles S. Hole of I.lhuo has
been meiitloneil as Jiutgn Hurdy's suc-
cessor. but to date this is no more
than 11 siiKKextlon from scerul nieni-
bers of the locul bar Several local aL
torneys luio also lieen named, but hao
said they are not candidates.
1 oiiiming Is tlie text or me caoio
"I.yle A Dickey, (Secretary, Hawaiian
liar Association, Honolulu'
"Ho gliul rceelxo suggestions llnr As
sociation successor Judge Hardy
TO BE BENEDICT
i.. 1 .,!.... h... enrren d,, nf iin
W ,,,, n.saided by his Jiost of
..'friends in the Islands ns a continued
,lc,lt.,ori ,8 KO,nR lo ,he Couet wilh
a few dajs to wed
Mr Loiilsson confirmed the report nf
the iipproiiciilng nuptials this morning
The lady whom he will wed shortly
after bis arrival on the Coast Is said
to be a resident of Pan Crunclsco Tho
romance. It Is undirstood, began dur-
l.ti. tr I -miliiwMii'i, trlti In llin main.
laml a number of months ago Louis-
son expects to le.no on tho Honolulu!!
SIX DEAD OF HEAT
isi piTTCrJlIRR MfllA
" rl I IQDUnU IVUVY
1 Associated Press Cable.)
PITTSBURG, Pa, May 24, Six are
I dead of heat here.
The following order of march
rand '1 a a d'statf
""auds! Infamy '""
t ..i.,i......i n.ii.u... r...i Willi..-..
1 I U V JBI1II111I a ,ll l llliwil. wmni .....li-..,
ton irtiumivn, Mini inning
V. H. Marines
Orgnnlred Militia of llnwall
Oranil Amiiv of tho llepubllc
Spanish War Veterans
I'nltcil Order of lied Men
On nrrlvnl at tho cemetery the
, . ,.... ...i ,, n... .,..J
"' ''" '"":''',"''' "'"". .",',',..
uiwn mm- 10m unun wi "i '"
epposlto tho plot of the Clran.1 Army
Of tllO nePUbllC. I
nismisseu, reiurniiig uy 111c innsi 111
tect routes to their proper stations.
HIS STORY HERE
Remarkable discipline was shown on
ti,, the "Inking Titanic when the
Musabiiml Hosono, the only Jap in
esc saved from the terrible wreck,
brought to Honolulu today the llrit
first-hand account of the sinking nf
the big Willie Stur liner. Mr IJosono
is counsellor of the Imperial Japancsn
Hallway, mid was 011 Ills way homo
nfter 11 two-jeiir Huropeaii visit when
tbe Titanic struck an Iceberg. He is
now a passenger on the Sblnn Marti.
Mr Iloiono's story of the wreck, told
lirlelly to a II 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 reporter this
morning. Is 11 very graphic one. He
pas a high tribute to tho conduit of
tho olllcers and crew- us well as to the
liraxe men who stepped back from tile
rail mid let the women and children
go llrst Into the lifeboats
Hnsnuo said tills morning that the
disaster to the Titanic mid the loss of
many iles li the most pathetic event
In marine history. With tears in his
eyi s he (old of his own escape
'It was a pjtlutli- sight tn see tli"
men and some of the women mid cbll
dren struggling for their Hies after the
Titanic struck the Iceberg and began
to sink slow I v." said H010110 today
"Wn could bear them screaming at
tin top of their olces and appealing
tn heaven lo save them"
Hosoiio confirms tiie report that the
Titanic was not will equipped with
boats, tlieie being only sixteen He
thinks that had there been morn boats
attuclieil to the Tltanlo many more
! "' "ulll h"v" '"" ""e'1
icizes the White Slur line for not pro
filing more boats
"I was standing 011 the deck when I
heard some of tho seamen cut! out for
lluee more passengers to Jump Into 11
boat," said 1 n."oinr this morning I
Jumped Into tlie boat which wus being
lowered and landed on tho bow Two
others fell on top of inc.
' The boat struck tho water, and af
ter rowing for eight hours wo were
picked up by tlio Curpntlila. Wo row
ed from 1 o'clock in tho morning until
h o'clock, when the steamer picked usi
up It was a cold night and I was
t .a- . .. ...ui.. il '"-mi I'Mlirtlll linrM
almost frozen to death With Hie aid VALLEJO. Cal, May 21 Tho gun
of the IlKhts'of tin. sinking Tltmilc boat Yorktown is out of commission,
mid the stars, we saw a number of. i
passengers struggling In tho water. Lumber-laden uml destined for Ho-
Colllslon Slight. r.olulu tho American schooner Helena
"Tlio collision was slight," continued la reported to have sailed from Taco
(Continued on Pago v) ma today.
The merchant who wilt not advertise
LETS BUSINESS SLIP THROUGH
HIS FINGERS and permita it to go to
tho man who does advertise, who tells
the public where he if. and what ha
has to tell, and how he sells it.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Taft and Teddy
. ah-h-iiiwi rr-.. c-.itii.'
NEWARK, N. J, May 24. President
Talt and Colonel Roosevelt are mak.
ing a whirlwind campaign of this State.
Taft is going from Trenton to Jer
sey City, while Roosevelt, ttumplng in
the opposite direction, is ending his
campaign at Trenton. La Follette Is
speaking In the northern and central
portions of tho State, closing at Pater
(Klfdil llullrtln Wireless)
TRENTON, N. J., May 21. Two
hundred and sixty delegates of the In-
I ternatlonal Navigation Congress, now
in session at Philadelphia, have come
. , , ,, . Woodrovu Wll.
h" vl"t Governor Woodrow Wit-
INSULT TO FLAG
IHpclil Mullet In Wireless.)
SAN DIEGO, Cat, May 24. Because
he called the American flag a "dirty
rag," an unknown man was beaten here
by an angry crowd and driven out of
I the city.
I Attorney General Webb has arrived
1 to make an investigation.
1 RALLED "GRAFT" BUT
house keeps it up
t Associated rr-ss f.it.1 1
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 24.
Representative John J. Fitzgerald of
New York, chairman of the House com-
mitteo on appropriations, today charged
that Representatives are guilty of
"potty grafting." His sensational re
marks were made during the progress
of a debate on the proposal to curtail
tho nro of telegraph franks, or free
telegrams. Tho proposal, however, was
ROOSEVELT GETS 34
DELEGATES IN OHIO
(HlK-cnil llllllelln Wireless)
COLUMBUS, O. May 21 Tho otfi
cinl count in Ohio from the recent pri
mary returns gives Roosevelt 31 dele
gates and Taft 8.
DEAD DANISH KING
BURIED IN ABBEY
i Amd, IbIimI prf.s Cable 1
HOSKILDE. Denmark, May 24 Tho
body of the lato King Frederick was
buried In tho Abbey todiy.
MORE INSIDE STORIES
OF SUGAR TRUST WORK
f A..,, luted frttu Cillite.)
NEW YORK, N. Y, May 24 In the
sugar trust case today, B, F. Hottel of
Fort Collins, Colo, described how
Havemeyer blocked tho Independent
factory In 1902. He said he purchased
sites adjoining it to run it out of busi
ness. 13 DARROW KJRORS SWORN
IS;-iUl Hull till Wireless.)
LOS ANGELES, Cat., May 24 Thir
teen jurors in tho Darrow panel have
been sworn in. District Attorney Fred
ericks has slatod tho government's
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