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VOL. VL, NO. 117. HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, Tl'ESl) Y, U'R.L 22, 113. -SI-MI WEEKLY. ' WHOLE NO 3P07.
Anti- Asiatic Bill
SACKAMFNTO, April 22. (By Asso-elated
Piess Cable) After a long conference
yesterday evening with Governor
Himm Johnson, in which the
of President Wilton and the pro-tests
of tlio Japanese gov eminent as
voiced by Ambassador Chindn wcro
at length, the leaders of the
stnto Progressive party announced their
dctcnninntloii to pass the Anti-alien
Iyind 1)111 with tho clause "ineligible
to become citizens" included. If they
tail to pass the bill in this way, they
dcclaro, they will pass no bill at all
dealing with tho question of tho alien
ownership of land within tho State.
Governor Johnson denied the
that has been made of California
in wishing to legislate in tho matter of
laud ownership as the majority of its
citizens demand. Ho bald that the
criticism levied nt California in tho
mntfqr of tho Anti-alien Land Hill is
undeterred and ho cited a number of
similar laws In operation in other States
ot tile Pnfon.
Tho announcement of tho Progresslro
loadois, and the wqrds ' of Govornor
Johnfon havo created the keenest inter
est here 'and speculation as to "the , at-
h i i - t i a i
titudo tontwlll,,bo taken by Washing-;
ton and Tokjo Is lircly.
f CRUEL W IN
JDLO IS OVER
Mores Thought Americans
Vanted to Change
(By I'dloral Wi reives Telegraph.)
WASIII.N'flTON', April 1. (Special
to The Advertiser) Trouble witli tho
Morps in the Ihllii'pincs, w'hich has
troubled tho peace of mind of tho war
dcpartti.Unt for sccral weeks, has been
Jtoports to the department say the
afiny of bclllgciv.Mit tribesmen, numbering
3000, which practically laid siego
to Jolo mid dared tho American
to Witurc forth and do battle, has
Tho Moros threatened to revolt be-1
'aiiso agitators from tlio Province of
Luzon had spread reports that tho
Americans had planned to mako tbvin
abandon tho Mohammedan religion.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF '
(By federal Wireless Tylegrnph.)
BliltLIN, April 21. (Special to Tho
Ai!eit)rci) It is announced that, ex-.King
Jlanwl of Portugal is engaged to
many Princess Augustine Victoria,
(laughter of P'rince Wilh'elm. A similar
Hniiounccinent was made in Junutiry.
Princess Augustine Victoria is Manuel's
cousin.. She is twenty-two years old.
CASE RULING UPHELD
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, April 1. (Special .
to Tho Advertiser) Chief Justice
White of the United States Supremo
Court, today graatcd tho government's j
application to Intervene in (ho Minnesota
rate case. Tho government's brief I
supports Judge Sanborn's decision that
Minnesota's two-cent -faro law is invalid.
TEN YEARS FOR A
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.) '
SAN FIIANCISCO, April 21. (Special
The Advertiser) Chas. P. Baker,
former assistant cashier of tho Crocker
National Bank, who pleaded guilty, ou
April It, to nn indictment charging
him oil twenty counts of embezzlement,
today was sentenced by United
States District Judge Win. C. Vnnfleet
to serve ten years in San Quentin
"-. . .-:
a6v. HIRAM JOHNSON,
AT ALL ASIATICS
(Ily federal Wfreress Telegraph.)
SACHAMENTO, April 21. (Special
to The Advertiser) A definitd agreement
to enact the Anti-alien Land Bill,
exempting nil foreigners eligible to
citizenship jn tho United States, lias
Veen reached by the administration
leaders In tho California legislature nnd
will bo carried" out early this .vvcoH,
Tho exact wording of tho.Jiew; bill
has been decided upon, although ft
piobnbly will lje formulated tomorrow.
The new draft will bo olTcrcil br a sub
stitute for the Bill,
in tho senate, wlioro it will, tirstj come
to n vote.
" '!tc.d $alJ .'"!'
i Liuiin iniK T(i inn nniiR Tiirnnun irirrnt.
cM&jiwAx .EVrqpTan caplta1,.coupe.u
with tho fact that In any fofrn the jfapJ
.Many Girls Testify That He Ltd
mi t r
xnem into iuc ot
n"J tiVice.'1 '"
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(Uy l'cdcral Wireless Telegraph.)
I.OS AXGKI.KS, April 21. (Special
to The Adcrtiser) AWhlte Slac
probo of far-reaching depth is promised
by Chief of Police Sebastian and Deputy
District Attorney Graham hore today,
following tho sensational revolli'
tions of Katherino Philips,' nineteen
jt.irs old, a beautiful uiolug picturo
actress. , '
Miss Philipps, tlio polico sny, tod
them of her pursuit by n "wealthy
Cnliforni'in, whoso liamo they refuse
to divulge. other girls under
tho age of arc being interrogated
by the police, and four already
Iiiho mado aflldavlts Implicating tho
itnnnmqd uiUlionairo us u contributor to
Deputy Dlstiict Attorney Graham, it
is Btated, will ask tho county grand
jury to mako a thorough Inquiry of tho
complaints, which recently resulted In
the arrest of Mrs. Josio Rosenthal.
L TOGO IS
BY HiS EMPEROR
.TOICIO, April Cable to
the Xippu .llji) Admiral Count
hlro Togo, hero of Jho Battlfrof tho Sea
of J.i pan, tho .Nelson of tho Orient, was
today honored by tho Kmpcior vv'ith the
rank of field marshal of tho Empire.
. CHTTlNJi:, Montenegro, April 21.
(Acociated Press Cable to Star-Bulletin)
Tlw "show-down' has come tot
Czar Nicholas of Montenegro and the.
The tommandgr of tho fleet n6w
blockading,. has notified Czar
Nicholas that his troops must lift tho
of Scutari immediately or tlie
Powers will land tbvir .men, which
would be equivalent to declaring war
against the sturdy little monarchy
which is standing out against half of
Europe. , jl.
Admit the Object
Is to Bar
Asians. , -
anrso would know that the bill was
aimed nt them, caused tho legislative
committee to decide upon n bill that
frankly affects only Asiatics.
CALIFORNIA IS WISE
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
to The Advertiser) During his weekly
audience, with the newjpipcr
horq today, President Wilson
declared he had received no further nil-ices
from Cajifornln, but b'lioves Governor
Johnson and the California legislature
realizes tho gravity o( the situation
nail will see that there is no discrimination.
Tho President is pleased bccaiiso Secretary
of States Bryan's telegrnm was
so well received in Japan.
TOKIO, April."!. (Ily Associated
Press Cable to tho Star-Bulletin) tho
open and, strongly-expressed chagrin of
tho Japanese at the California Anti,
alien I,nud ,1)111 sltuntiqu is now abating
as the, temperate, utterances from Washington,
rjra.cji, the, F.mpirc. The entire
natiqn,, bpvyqyfl'r, is tensely nwnitlng
docision, Jit' Sacramento as to the' disposition
The qxtromc. agitutirfn of last week,
when in.iss, meetings to demand war
were held, seem now to have been inspired
bya small political group anxious
to embarrass' tho government. Tho
government insists that the attitude of
America is irenorallv fricndlv and there
ij"'n9,Voauso for tnjiyf bleak in relations.
JN SOUTH MEXICO
Plot Orj .Hand to Form New
ubhc! to. Include
s J' . i.
(By Fcdeial WirelesJ Telegraph.)
MBXICO CITV, April 21. (Special
to Tlio Advertiser) Tlio "Imparclal"
published a story today about an .alleged
plot to involve the Mexican southern
frontier States in a schemo to
merge Honduras, Nicaragua nnd Salvador
into duo Itepublic.
. Tho eonsplrators, it Is asserted, aro
trying to havo Yucatan, Campcche,
Chiapas, Tabasco and part of tho State
of Oaxaci secede from the Mexican Ho-public
and .join in the movement. Jt
in said a considerable quantity of arms
have been smuggled into Yucatan from
FAGE JUDGE TODAY
' (By l'cdcral Wireless Telegraph.)
CHICAGO, April 21. (Hiwlal to Tho
Advertiser) .Tack Johnson, tho pugilist
chnmllinn. uilt lin riliirpil nti Irtiil
nJefore Judge Carpcnfer in tho United
States district court tomorrow on a
charge of smuggling. His trial on a
chargo of violating tho Mann White;
Slavw Ad has been set for May .". Deputy
United States marshals havo been
supplied "with subpoenas for witnesses
in both cases, which they will serve to-"lay.
The smuggling ense is based on tho
bringing of a valuably ncklacn into tho
lrnjted States from England, without
the payment of duty. Tho pugilist
bought it as a present for his first white
wife, Mrs., Kt tn Duryei Johnson, who
committed suicide a few months ago.
I S. TO EXPLAIN
(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CITY OF MEXICO', 'April 21.
to The Advertiser) It was statvd
today that Francisco dc la Barra, Mexican
foreign minister, has asked for nn
explanation through the Mexican
at Washington of the conduct of
'Consul William Canada, at Yera Cruz,
who is allege! to Dure prevvnteu the
arrest and removal from a Ward Lino
steamer of Dr. Francisco Yasquez (Jo-Inez.
1 1 it in n
Eba Snider Shot Down
. by N. L; B uilon at
'' ( .
Man Then Turns Gun Upon
Himself; Dies Be.ide
Driven to frenzy by n jealous rngc,
X, L. lluiton scut a bullet into tho
tack of MiFsV.lma F.llrubeth Snider at
Wnliiann shortly nftcr five o'clock last
night, held the smoking revolver-aimed
nt his dying victim until ho whb assured
his murderous work was', done.
then turned the ifruzzlo to his, right U
tcmpio ami n moment inter lay iienu
himself, within a fow feet of
I The' double. tragedy happened nt tho
' home of Mr. nufl Mrs. J. Adclluu, witht
In hearing o( tho startled occupants
of the place 'nnd in sight of persons
who live in thut neighborhood. s So
I qiiiek nu'rf the deadly work
t pllnhe,d, Imt oo ou M time to. pro-
I vcnt. iWlien ic)p lliinlly arrived, .IMlsa
Snider wits be, ond aid and died whllo
(kind hleflds fought to reliec her
Doublo Inquest Today.
Sheriff William P. Janctt was summoned.
Ho took charge of tho two
todies .andjguthcrcd such evidence as
will befetie3thi.daublo Inquest, j
which bo held today. I ,
The lmdy of Miss Kinder was brougfit,
to Honolulu last night. The remains
of Burton will probablv bo brouglltl
horoi todur; 'Puneral larranccments will
proliablyi not bd completeit ttiftill Tell nt
lives are neajil lrom. jiurionjijiTj m,
MliiTiilir liv fH'puilution nndl until a.
short time ago lie was emidoyed in tho
contracting quartermaster's depart-
incut, coming here lroni tho
about a ear ago.
Miss Miinlcr am vod hero from tho
Coast lint March and was visiting with
Mr. nnd -Mrs. Plow nt Wnhlawu. '
A- Steamer Courtship.
Burton had also been visiting on tlio
mainland and, nccordlng to tho evidence
found by Jnrrett last night, it
was on the steamer en route to Honolulu
that ho first met the woman he
killed. Burton became Infatuated with
his new found friend nnd is said to
have paid her much attention. 'lo
two were in a room in tho Adeliha
yesterday afternoon and are taid
to havo Iicen Imam qiinrrellng.
it in believed Miss Snider roccted
Jlurtou. n nuarrcl followed and sho
started to Hee. Tho unfortunate, worn-mi
reached tho lanal, screaming as sho
went. She had started down . thu
stairs leading from tho house "wlwn
Burton mine out the door. He sent a
shot after his intended victim. It
missed it mink. Again tho weapon
was fired and this time the bullet
truck Mihs Snider in thp back. With
a heartrending cream she plunged forward
and rolled to the ground.
Burton, the smoking weapon-in his
liuiid, remained on the lauai. gazed
down on his 'dying victim witli n satisfied
look and then placed the gun- "
his head and' lompleted his frenzied
work of destruction.
Feared Ho Would Loso Her.
Thocc who know JJurtou say that hn
brooded ovei a former disappointment
In a iovu affair on tho mainland and
had recently expressed a fear that
Miss Snider, also would reject his love.
It is believed ho leaves relatives in
Michigan. It was reported last night
that he was, a member of the Order of
Moose and tho local lodge will probably
bo ashed to tako chargo of the
body. Ho was about thirty-three
ycrars of age,
. dt is-said 'that AUib .Sutddr'i family
resldo in California. Shu was about
DAY TOTS TO
The cvant to many In Honolulu Jbk;
forward to ovory vcar, the iiindorgnrlen'
May Day. fete, will be hold. early this
spring in order tiutt the affair may not
tonfliit with the May Day gathering of
the public school children. Tho kindergarten
fete will bo held on Friday morning
of this week, commencing at ten
o'clock in tho morning, with n grand
parado around Thomas Srpiuarc. Thu
kjndcrg.irttfu fete Is regunled by many
as the most picturesque and onioynbK)
annual function in the city, not barring
the Floral Parade. F.lgbt hundred tots,
in all manner of fancy costumes, will
bo out. No tourist in the city can afford
to mlf this.
Brighton Mob Hustles Suffragettes
Ot s00 0 Os O oo op
Burnong Haystack For The Cause
Leader of the British h'rcedoini J,oaguo
(By 1'ederal Wireless Telegraph.)
lAlNDOK, April 21. (Special to
The Advertiser) Thinking jtlint It bo,
, , tll(, ,(i h Jionorab'lo 'Edward
,(,,. 'i, i c . ,, of ... ., . , ,
iJjiibfcbus.y ;.a..cellf.r the Duchy of
Kiulortste inljitiiiif HiHiiugeiirs burned
n I, near Corscnjl'ltttl'
j,j iivstaoV stack licl.Jy Vlltii
n'app'ihe cliancello,'s father
Many." Votes for Women 'f banners
nuro left at tlj scf;ie. .tl I b 'J ! l!
Party to Save Sugar Industry
Democrats of Hawaii loiitrihutu I
their aid to thu light being undo
against frca mtgar when the Huwili
National Democratic League, at a
meeting held last night, adopted
otrang resolution, especially addressed
to tho Democratic, members of congress,
urging them not to abolish tlio tariff i
on Miliar nor rcducu tho rate to an ex-1
tent vyhich would qaiito .serious" injury
to thu Imltmry III tlio ls,uitilsj "'r
Tho resolution Is as follows.
"Whereas, tho Democratic paity in
ilecl.ircd in Ms p'utfprm of principles:
' Wo recognize that our systo'ii
of, tariff, taxation is iiitlm.ltcly connected
witli the bii8jfi(,bs' of the
c'ountry'iinil we favor the itlt'niuto
attainment ot the principles 'vo
advocate by legislation that will
""t .jn'jiire. or ilestroy legitimate
"Whereas, the sugar industry Jn tho
Territory of Hawaii is a loitim'ilo Industry,
representing largo'y an invest
BELGIAN TROOPS IN
(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
BHUSHIXS, April 21. (Special
to The Advertiser) Ono soldier
was killed and several others
were injured today when two
of troops seut to guard
a factorv at Fontaine Leventio
inutliiirM' lifiB'liiMiied tho strikers.
ThoTHillhtat.JiiatroJ pursued tho
strikers and mutineers, who fired
on thei patrol while fleeing.
i '' ' ! t
GREAT CUNARDER .
LAUNCHED ON CLYDE
(By Federal Wircle"s
OLASOOW, April 21. ((Special to
The Advertiser) After the Hivcr Clyde
had been widened sulllciently to allow
hvr to slip safely from the ways, tho
Cunard liner Aqiiitanlc, declared to be
tho largest vessel afloat, was launched
p l l i n V p 'f l l 1 l t l
(By Federal Wifeless Telerfrapn.)
LONDON, Aprlll 21. (Special to
The Advertiser)- After having been
besieged in Brighton by
nn nugry mob(vvlilch shiashed nil the
window of tho place: In1 nit 'attempt to
renrJi . several militant
igctUs JlWhfc attempted to liohtM dly
on aro nursing Ijluor
The vvniiien were soverely used boforii
they sought (flfuga In tho hmisa mid the
niiibiwaif 'dlsporfed by thb polln.i'
ment of the savings of thousands ot
"Whereas, the slid sugar ludii'try
in tho Territory of Hawaii is not con
trolldl by, and has no connections with
the so-culled 'Sugar Trust' further
than felling a portion of its raw prod
net to HjBtcrn refineries;
"Whcrcns, n material reduction in
.tlio rate of sugar tarliT will teriuutly
injure, and abolition will ilestroy tin
said sugir industry in thp Territory
of Jlawail; now, therefore, be it
"llesoived, the Hawaii National
Democratic League, duly alllliated with
the Nution.il Leagun of Democratic
rf'lubs, having implicit faith and ecu
fldenen In the Administration, and in
its Tounscls, lioreby respectfully p ti
tions tlio congres.i of tho tlnltnt Slates,
nnd especially the Deinocrntic mem
l.ers thereof, "not to abolish the tcrifl'
on sugar nor reduce the rate to tueh
extent as will cause serious injury to
"HHNllY A. ASCII.
E --. OF
DftNEERPASSED B k.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
UOZIK, April 3l,(Speeinl to
Tho Advertiser) For tho first
time Bince his list relapse, tho Pa-
pal physicians today failed to is-
sue n bulletin concerning Pope
Pius condition regarding tho I'on '
tiff as nov safely convalescent.
Tho Popo passed a eonfortablo
i night, sleeping naturally and
A- brokeulv until four o'clock this
morning. Once he tut up in bed
declaring he could not breathe Jy.
GOVERNOR'S NAME IS
SENT TO SENATE
(By 1'ederal Wireless Telegraph,)
WASHINGTON-, April SI. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Among tho nominations
to tho sjnatc today was that of
I, K. A. Strong of Juneau, for Governor
Champerjain Presents a
Resolution in Senate
lo That Effect..
Easiefet.'Way Out of! the
Muddle, Says the
( By sKedornli. WirelCf f Telegraph.)
WAHIIIN'OTON, April 21. (fepecial
to Tlip'Ailvertiser) Abrogation' of (ho
Treaty nnd tho
Treaty, which preceded' it,
is tho object of-n Joint resolution vvhlch
SenntoriOhnmberlaln of Oregon
aiid'referrod to tho foreign relatiphs
committee. Upon tho
Troatyi.Grcnt'.Britnin bases her (Irdteys
ngalnstfroo jiassago for American
coastwls'o, ships through tho Panama
CnnaC"..' ' .
Se"nator,01anibcrln!ii,fl leader, in tho
seniiTofoY",tlio toll exemption eipon;hts,
deehiredfthat ho considered abrogation
of" thetr6aties the easiest way toigct
to tlio'bottoni of tho affair.
Abrogation of n treaty !nvolvesli
.joint. action of both houses of congress
and tho approval bf thu President.
if! 'IWi'SJA III NN IIIIIIHI
nmplcto returns from tho special
election held on Hawaii ycsteiddy; o
for thCjJte Senator
ueorgov,U.? Hewitt, were not received
fruinKiloftipto 'A lalv hour last night.
11 i?.llJ'l'a'jl J'cver, from the reports
which were received from the Big
Island llnring yesterday that Fraii&VI
Koliila, leads tho field and when the official
retuniE'nre finally nnnounccd to-day,
it. vyilllic found that Woods has
Thu otlAjr'enildldates were licv.
lien Dosha; Jiuicpendent Itcpubllcanj
Inn and John N.
Kooinoa; Ilonio Kuler.
. Thoifgli..the campaign kistvvl scarce
ly more than a week, It proved full of
oxcitoment,cnd vvns marked by charges i
nnd'couriter'nliimtnu nf li.i.l fjilth Desha
in iinrticnlnr was accused Of bad faith
In i( is tai( j0 y
LVcha conducted his eauiusfgn
thrriiilhv'hls newaiiaper, a Fortiijtufso
lUibllentlon.' Tho fight against
was'inadiron the issue that ho iji
of meat trust of Ha-Willi!
HeVJdchled this- " '. T
ITioiidrfloft Woods based
lli8',vetory on tho fact that hf had
flin soli(lrIoinorrnti? support, wliltc tho
threoitlipr ejnididates divided the
0tM to such an extent that
It IsTriosfible the winning cnnilldato
may hrrn'o.iii Honolulu today prepared
jo tnkMtlio tfatjt of ofllco and assuaie
I'la seijt to strvc during tho remainder
iiluuiiu miun. ILnlXiu
OFFERED BY PENHALLOW
i At amce.ting of tho regents' of tbe
College, ofrllBwaii held yesterday 5 Y(s-
, olutioj wuij adopted approving Senator
Penliallovvjg proposal to bring Tho
normal school and the College
jof Havvaii; in .closer cooperation by tho
adoption nf n inn ,,i.i,.i, ni .,;.- ,,,.
lePt8,(of,Jb'0 Normal School moro advanced
work by providing for. n ho
i .veur'..coileginto iirnml . . course , offered .. by tt i 'f3
' ;,,"", ocnooi m conjunction witn iuii
' ( "''oplntvali,
! Xllls.Fnnron tm i.Ia. fnv ,I.a Hal tuuP
n School, with the following
subjects; MeM.n.l. nf lnliinir' fcii.
tory of education; child ctudy: school
music, drawing and
riiosecond year in tho Collego of Hawaii
provides for courses in subjects,
Kueralsceiice or household economics
as reeommnn.ia.1 i... ,t... ui.Hf
I .-.. J....." ii i,-.
, nZ.1' 1. Jl vUUIffO It UUJvji lSi
IF'M approved graduates of the Vormsl
' 0'iToxnrienceri holilinc
I P'warjcrkde certificates or
I cu,Afppravcd graduates of standa.td
"'BH."vuooj nnd others by cxauilnatipu.