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OL. I . NO. 120. HONom.r, iiawaii iTuuirouY. tiusdw, may g, pm sk.mi wiikia. WHOLE NlAiriEU 3811
America's Friends Are
Consulted As to
Johnson Tells Wilson He
Will Sign Bill on
TOKIO, May 0. (Associated Prcs
C.iblo) Ihnpcrpr Yoshohito yesterday
hold n long conference with Vicount
Knnqko, jiroiilciit of the (America's
Fri)'n'jls,,SoeictiMOf Japan, whoWns tlio
liiiilflltlnV representative of .Injun at
Washington during tlio
war. The conference was at the ro
quest of tlie I'mpcror, who wished to
tulk over tlio C.iliforn'un situation ami
tlio general nttltudo of Americans to
wards the Japanese nation.
It is understood that the Fmpcror
d!rciised with tin1, former minister the
ndvisn'illlty of Japanese
in tlio Panama Kxposition in 1915.
Viscount Kniinlio ,wa chairman of the
.Japan Grand Exposition commistion,
whieji was to have been held last year
and which the Katsurn cahinot
.until 1017', and is in a, good posi
lion, to mUifo tho F.mpcrcr as to
nppti Culifprnlans ,n threat of
tlio "vyithdrawul of Japan and Cliinv
hum the plan Finnc'BCo Imposition will'
have.' t;t J, I
ALL THAT WILL' STOP IT
ftty, rtffrnl Wholes TelWlA.) "
8.U ItAMKNTO, May 5. (."pedal to
ality or ii rcforcnjiim movement' by
' IhcpiOfdVVf 'tiirt '.State will j'0Kc;ij,
tho Vclih .I'iJi ''"I froiii
going on the sdututn books of (' lifor
liiii, nieordliig to. udirfiulMrution )e' dors
at tho Capitol tpdny.
WILSON MARKING TIME
UNTIL BRYAN REPORTS
(Hy Federal Wiroless Telcginph.)
WASHINGTON, May 5 (Spee.nl to
Tho Advertiser) The Ad ninls'.ratlun
is marking time until tho icturn of Secretary
Uryau, before ccmnio.iding en
tho Hill passed by tho
Governor .lolinson has informed tlio
President that h6 w II not fign tho
hill nut I Mny 12, nnd tlio Preside t
expects tu wire his altitude to California's
(lovcrcpr Immediately nftpr Secretary
ilvkin has note (.formally prototJd
againsts the Land ''Bill, hut it Uy
ril such action wllMio taken soon
The administration will not reply to
Jap.in's representation nut 1 Bryan's
JAPAN OONTRAOTS FOR
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
TOKIO, May .".(Special to The Advertiser)
Contracts have been placed
for tho construction in Japan yards of
thrco dreadnoughts. They will bo sister
sIiIjm to tho Fuso, the" displacement
of which is 30,000 tons.
DREADNOUGHTS NOT TO
ASSIST THE PROTEST
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, May !i.-(Special to
Tho Advertiser) In somo apprehension
nn clfort might Jio mado to connect
with the nrcont California situation
tho placing of orders for three
lho Japaneso embassy officials
to lay declared these vessels were appropriated
for by tho last diet, bofnro
tho laud legislation began in California,
nnd that placing orders nt this
time is ulinply in execution of plans to
cover a period of years in naval development.
ARIZONA HAS TO BE
I'liOKNlX, Arizona. May 5,-(By As
fociated Press Cable to the Star-Bullo-tin)
Tha assembly today passed an
anti-alien land ownership bill even more
drastic than that now passing the California
legislature and which 'has aroused
bitter Japaneso protest. The Arizona
bill bars ownership of land by those
who are. ineligible to becomo citizens
and all oliglbles who have not declared
their intention of becoming citizens.
Young Ruler Concerned
Over California Bill
Ki TttCir " $
Hi3 Cabinet Resigns and His
Abdication May Come.
. In Near Future.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
JiOX'nON", Mny o, (Special to Tlio
Adertiscr) Vinal jubm!srion to the
demands of the Powers by King NicliOi
" 9 jtUVI'trjicero and tho (Consequent,
of Scutari was announced
,ly .Premier Ai'ljulth in the commons
thjs(0cning. . j
Ai.(juith deflnreij that during tliQ
Mdhtiiiipgro had cabled its
"now to 'ovncnato (ho
.fortress and t6 leave it
ffi the Powers.
Kinir Nicholas today accented tho
rcsignition oftho Montelicgiiin c'abli
BEATEN BY DIPLOMACY
NICHOLAS WILL STEP OUT
IXJNDON.May 0. (Associated Pros
(lalilo) It is rumored her that Kn
Nicholas, disheartened at I eing forcod
to rrliniiih the city of Scutari,
nt such cost to lii.i nation, w.ll
abdicate within a few dnys.
Tho Hawaii Ilocbl yesterday recciv.
ed tho following special news cables
YOKOHAMA, May ,5. A big firo at
ycstoiday caused the destruction
of 2000 houses.
TOKI(), May fi. In honor of Admiral
Buyo Knomoto, fotindcrot tboTirst Japanese
navy, a monument was unvoiled
today at Mukojlma. A coincidence is
that his first battlo was fought at
whero there was a great firo
KIOTO, May 0. Takaishl, an aviator,
ivas killed here on May 3 In a fall
from his machine.
GDAST GRAFT PROBE
REACHES TO ROME
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SN FItANCiSCO. JlaV 5. (.Special
tp The Advertiser) Announcement
was made today by District Attorney
Fickcrt that n witness is toeing brought
froni ltome, Italy, a victim of bunco
men, to corroborate testimony ol
that polico ofllcers worked
with the Italian gang, it
caused ronsicrnation nmong tho
polico. The witness will be oin
of thb mest important yet examined
by the grand jury.
MORE TIME FOR
. THE UNSCRAMBLING
(Dy Frderal Wiroless TelegraphO
WASHINdTON, iljv to
The Advertiser) The United States
Supreme Court today granted tho application
of Soutliern" Pacific and Union
Pacific Railroads to extend the time
set for tho ilfosolution of their merger.
Tho court gave, tho railroads until July
toicomply with the dissolution order.
VOTE ON TARIFF
BILL IN HOUSE
DUE T( JMORRQW
(Bv Federal Wlreleis Telegrapli)
WAWnNOTON, May fi.
clal to Tho Advertiser) Debate
on the Underwood TarllT Bill was
renewed in tho house today. Chair-
man Underwood, leader of tho
house majority, predicted its pas-
sage, .Wednesday. Tho final para-
erafcho of sundry schtdules were
considered first today.
Tho lncomo tax paragraph comet
up tomorrow. Tho Republican
minority is prepared to attack the
clause placing agricultural
menta on the freo list assrtlncit
merely Is Intended as a "sop" to
i tho fanners for slashing the duties
on Wheat and flour.
NPW IT'S FIUM
Nobody Knows Who Is to Bo
Governor, But Everyone
Willing to Guess.
Further interest, as well as increased
uncertainty, was added to tho gubernatorial
situation in Han nil yesterday
by tho report which camo out of the
nir that Ij. F. Piukham is being mentioned
us among thoso who nro aspiring
for the position now held by Governor
Frcar, Mr. Pinkhnm, formerly nt the
head of (ho .board of health, but for
the past few years employed by tho
sugar planters' in securing Filipino laborers
at Mauila for work on tho Island
plantations, arrived here from tlio
Orient about one month ago, He has
hail but littlo to say since his return,
,nd to far as could bo enrncd yesterday
has not discussed polities. If he
Turns- out to be"am'ong tho many other
unexpected Democrats H wll'surpriso
many. ' i i
If only a few of the 'nutrij! rcjAirc
which ucro current in Honolulu yb'tcrV1
(lay arq truo, at least tbrccv Governors
have beejr appointed to preside over tho
doHinica 'of this 'TerrUory, However,,',
not oho rmi?6r, 'has; been criiicd, tho'1
iKederal Wlrblc" Ind Asspciated Vfpsfl,
uesp.uenes irom tne national uapiioj
do not'earxi" ev'cli' a bie,f mentiilof!
what President 'Wilson c'oiilomplntcs
and as much uncertainty prevailed in
the camps of the dllTercnt gubernatorial
aspirants as nt tho first of tho year.
Another report now Is that h former
well known resident of Honolulu now
residing at San Francisco has been urg.
cd to accept the appointment. Ho is
said to retain his citizenship here, nnd
wiA a faithful worker on thoX'oast for
Democratic success last fall. His name
is not given.
H. M. Watson continues to bo looked
upon as a strong rnndjdato, though it
uus rumored yesterday that ho has
agreed to step out of tlio fight to accept
an ' appointment on tho supremo
bench to succcd .Tustfco Perry, whose
term expires today.
It is claimed that Judco A. A. Wll-
dermis now slated for tho position ov
cupiod by Governor Frear. On "excel-
Jent authority" it was reported yester
day mat news lias come to the territorial
capitol thai Wilder Is the man.
Those who claim to be in the "know"
ay that tho selection will bo announced
There aro othors who also claim to
be Jn possession of 'inside," information
to tho effect that no action will bo
taken until atter the tariff fight is settled
NOTE IS RECOVERED
Detective Olson yesterday returned a
twenty-dollar silver cc rlllcato to i,'4j
thankful guest nt tho Vlda Villa. Tho
money, in an addressed cnclopo was
dropped on tho street last week. The
owner, having,only blight hones of finding
tlio 'bill, asked tho police to aid.
Olton was put on the iuse( burned
where h boy had picked up tho bill and
showed it to a companion. The youngster
Has told that tho officer was
searching frir the noto and Immediately
turned it over to tlio police department.
STAY TO BE BRIEF.
Hut a few hours will bo spent in
Honolulu by tho Hon. James Ilrycc,
formerly His Britiannie Majesty's ambassador
to Washington and famous
according to advices received
yosterday by British Consul John B.
Itcnticrs. Governor Frcar will personally
sec' to Mr, Brycc's entertainment
while here, as Becretary of the Territory
Mott-Smith will leave on a fen-day
vacation before the arrival pf the
StJKKHAQBTTK PICKETS AT KNTK VWK TO OF
StWRAOE IHIili WAS UP A SIMILAR LOBBY AN I) SHOW
Mrtiriw.iiiViilnjiiii 'Taitfijiitwmimirt ni r ii in mn r 1 in 'rrpr rT " 'ff E$&SKw' $ 4 vEl
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Plans to Celebrate Century of
Goodwill Aro Now Taking
NEW YOJIK, May 8. (Asioclatcd
Press Cable) The do'egates nominated
by Premier Dordeu to TOprcsont tho
Dominion of Canada at tho conference,
to bo held hero with tho'dqlcgntos rip-resenting
llio"t'iitcl States, tO'dircu a
tho plans unit hoji'o of tho lute'.atonal
celebration t(( marl; the! Cos; of a' con)
tury of peace botwpen the two North
American- nuiipi..jirrlved yostcrday
nnd were, given lah. enthusiastic greeting
by Now Yorkers
j, 'I'lio two bodies of dolig'itcs held
their, opening ipnferoncc1 during . tin).
sttornnoii' idud oiuhuoiitiio general
btopoof the ecnteunlar co'ebraf ion,
Alleged Murdorer wa3 Cleaning
Weapon When It Exploded,
He Tells McDuffle.
Frank W. Whaley, who shot and
killed his wife in tne Mutual Telephone
Building, Adams Lane, Sunday night,
is being held nt tho polico station pending
u charge of murder and an Investigation
by u coronet's jury.
The police nro not interested in the
crime, as the man admits his guilt and
only tho formal process is nwaitcd In
his case. He will be allowed to glvo
his side of the gruesome story at the j
inquest this afternoon. .
The only statement that he has eared
to make so far was to Chief McDufllc. '
To him he said that he had been clean-
Ing his gun and that it went off when
she mnde' it grab' for It. The police
treat that feature of It dubiously.
The autopsy on the body of his vie- i
tim was performed yesterday morning, I
ll.A In i.A.llnnt li.i atin.irtiirr llinf llnfltll '
had been instantaneous. The bullot
had followed a strange course, making
a clean-cut wound to the back of the
head and flattening against the back of
SOCIETY TURNS OUT
it i TD.iEHEET
i i'i ;.
Society with the biggest S in its alphabet
turned nut last night to the
final concert of David Bispham, the
fame of whose first concert last Saturday
at tho Opera House had gono
abroad in the Island. The Opera House
was wll packed with an appreciative
budienco that needed no coaxing to respond
handsomely to tho conccrtist's
Tho Brt part of Bispham 's program
last night was devoted to song in
Kuropean tongues, thoueh he reverted
back to his favorite Kngllsh afterwards.
Among Harry piano solos was
a valse do concert of his own composing
which won instant acclaim.
Komoto Hans, a Japaneso woman wai
taken into custody yesterday afternoon
by the police following suspicious actions
which led her relatives to believe
that she was Insane.
RIFLE MUSIC FOR IRKS FLAYS THE
HAITIAN ELECTION MONEYED CLASSES
Serious Disorder During tho Funeral
of President Genoral
(By Federal WJrlcrss Telegraph,)
POUT Ai;,)'ltlNC:, Iliijtl,,M:iy ."!.
(Special to T.lio Advpttisir) TJici Hay.
tian congress elected yesterday Michel
Orc,ste, in President of tho Itopibllc,
to, succeed General Tiuicrl'do August,
,who died Friday night. Oresto was a
Before and after the election serious
disorders occurred, in, which there wu
Troublo begun nt tho services at the
funeral of General Atigust, whjch woro
held nt the Cathedral. Km'cr'al
wcro 'fired In different parts iof
town and' a panic ensued nmong thu
great Mfhojubhige jti the' rluirchi
Many, womgn, ii(l children worn
imdc,ser);ousy injured in"tho
rush from tho cn'tbadriil. Troiips, held
In (cndliicn for $uffh, ,un 1eiio)'gciiry,
were called out iiiyl t(n.poririly
order, prjug ceased jora
tlmo nnd tho fiinernl eereinony continued
without further Incident.
works department face
Because of tho fart that the lato legislature
pasied an appropriation of
$30,000 for the, water and sewer departments
of the public workfT department
with the proviso that tho money shall
not become available, until July 1 next,
employes of thoe departments are beginning
to figure whero their salaries
will come from for the n.xt month or
morn. It was jnlended to haVe the appropriation
become immediately available,
but in their hastn Jo finish up the
work tho lawmakers forgot to niako the
This is one of tho problems now facing
Superintendent Caldwell. It is understood
that there is practically no
money available to meet current salaries
unless necessary improvements
and repairs to tho sewer nnd water system
are deferred until the 4:10,000 1)0'
comes available tun mouths hence.
YOUNG KOREAN HAD DDT
A SHORT TIME TD LIKE
Death, which came to King Chun, n
Korean, in an auto accident Sunday,
was anticipated by but n fow dnys, according
to tho doctors who yesterday
performed tho autopsy on the body of
tho victim of Henry Aid's automobile,
Tim man's lungs and heart wcro in
such a condition It is stated, that his
life was,,iiumbered by dnys at the time
the auto struck him.
Death was shown to have been
mused by three fractured ribs on the
right side, one of which had lacerated
tho liver, causing nn internal hemorrhage.
The Inquest will bo held nt ten
o'clock this rooming,
J. J, Knscn was arrestod by Officer
Sizemoro, yesterday for extreme cruelty
to his horse and will appear this
morning to answer to the 'chargo In
Judge Montarrat's court.
COMMONS WHEN THE MAIN
OK POLICE IS HEINU CON-
Government Should Step In and
Regulate Prices, Hours
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, May 5. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Discussing today
fore the United Stntcs senate tho power
uf tho Trusts In tlio senato, Senator
John D. Works of California asserted
thnt tho responsibility, for tho popular
unrest lies with tha.Natlonliwmakors
for allowing the masses to remain In a
mlsorublo condition. '
"Tho ruling class In America," snid
Works, "ts tho moneyed cja&s. Wealth,
power apd position nro arrayed against
men and women laboring for a livelihood.
They regard tliomsolves as Superior
to what thoy call iho lowor
"The effectlvo wny to ovcrcomo the
evil is to pic vii tn tho station of wage-
'unie'ra audi to yirb tkt ptfwcrt of tho
employers' ejiiss, Kn. Jiottor way to
tills, 'it occurs, to me, 8o far
as law making is conqorned, can bo
conceived tlmj to rcjriilnto prices and
tho wages and hours of labor."
TRADE, BUT NUT BY
(By Federal Wiroless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON, May 5. (Special to
The Advertiser) President Wilson proposes
to muko tho department of
n substitute for "dollar diplomacy."
Ho Intends to bronden Its
siope, develop American trndo abroad
and remove suspicions that the department
is 11 political adjunct.
The President made this plain ut today's
conference with newspaper correspondents.
ANOTHER HEAVIER THAN
AIR RIDER IS KILLED
(By Federal Wireless Telegrapli.)
AKKON, OHIO, May fi. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Chnr'.ei Carlson, a
Milwaukee aviator, imis killed today
while blplaning near SilWr Lake. Ho
ascended 0110 hundred feet nhen the
biplane's engine stopped suddenly.
was thrown from tho machine,
striking the ground head first. Death
Tho recently Issued February Bulletin
of tho Fan-American Union pays
this tribute to tho exploration work of
"Many additional faefs relative to
the Fniplre of tho Incus nnd to tho high
state of their cultufo havo been unearthed
by Prof. Hiram Bingham and
others slnco Bundelier'a last explorations,
and Peru and tho Bolivian
plateau continue to bo the most interesting
hunting grounds for our archaeologists.
Very valuable collections
were made during 1912 by Professor
Bingham, of which we nwait au nccount
with much interest."
Women Have Chance to
Secure Part of What
They Ffght For.
Dastardly Attempt at
May Kill Bill.
(By Fodornl .Wireless Telegraph.)
IX)NDO, Mny 5. (Special to Tlio
crucial voto on
woman's suffrage the fourth in four
years, is in. sight In tho houso of commons.
Tvo'; days' 'general debate
this afternoon' oh the compromise
mensurc introduced early in the present
session of parliament by AV .11. Dickinson.
It grants' tho , franchise to all
women over jenrs of ago
who arc' cither householders in their
own names or tho wives of householders,
nn nggregato of about six million
Tho vote, which Is scheduled to tako
placo nt ' eloven 'o'clock tomorrow
night, is on tho second reading of tho
bill. If'thoro shoujd bo a majority in
Its favor Jt will bo subject to
in committco nnd possiblo defeat
on tho third reading, but it is the general
opinion 'that If thoro is, an lu'tverso
voto on thovs'econd reading this would
mean' th6''dfcatn knell of woman
so far.'aSjtho present parliament
is concpnjed.TOf 1'
Thorp'JaBnt'actjve, woman's lobby at
work 'and members aro befog
READY- TO; MURDER
",BY', WHOLESALE NOW
(By i'cdcfaj "jWlrcless Telegraph.)
LONDON,' ;May 5. (Special to Tho
Uvea of 1200 men and
woml'ji. .wcrovjcppardi7.eld, hero today
whon tNltrogfyceflno. bombs wcro found
aniohg' parcel! .htf Southeastern Post-
office. Militant suffrngcttes wcro suspected.
Tho bombs wore discovered by
mall sorters. "Thoy wcro filled with
enough nltro glycerine to havo blown
the building to atoms.
Tho trial of "General" Mrs. Flora
Drummond and Miss Annio Kennoy and
other militant suffragettes on charges
of conspiracy was resumed hero today.
Tltf court was packed wltn militants
and their sympathizers.
JAIL SENTENCE EOR
John Mitcholl, Just, Chosen By
Govornor Sulzcr for Oillce,
(By Federal' "Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, Afay 5. (Spo ml tu
The Advertiser) Contempt charges
against Sa'muol Qouipers, president of
tho American Federation of iiibor;
John Mitchell, Its vice-president, whom
Governor Sulzer of New York has just
nominatedvns ,Htate commissioner of
labor; and 'Frank Morrison, its secretary,
were .upheld here today 'by the
district court of appeals, it held that
Gompcrs should servo thirty days In
jail and that Mitchell and Morrhon
should pay-4500 fines'.
The casp' arose out of criticism of
Judge DaiileLTIi'cw Wright of tho su
promo court' of the District of Columbia,
nil an outcomo for tho famous boycott
against the Buck Stoo lomjany
of St. Louis. ,
(By .Federal Wireless Telegraph. 1
SAN FRAN018CO, May 3. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Herman Sjxe,
aged a diamond broker vrit'j
olHees In the Whituoy Building, was
shot over tlio 'heart this afternoon, lie
cording tq'Saxo'a dying statement, by
a escaped with .$4000 worth
of dlainonds;.$450 in coin and I1.V) 1"
Pcnensinytho building who heard
the shot ififodand Were on the spot
almost immediately saw no 0110 leave
the placejfan'df the police sav Saxe at
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