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VOL. yi NO. 121. HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1913. -SEMI Kt-KLY, WHOLE NUMBER-3812.
M TBEITT TO
Poace of Pacific Will Bs
Wbbb Law Will Be Held
Up Until New Paq.t
WASHINGTON, May 0. (As
soeiated Press Cable) The formal
protest of, Jap mi against
of the. Califprnjim Anti-alien
Land, Law was presented to
'fchwtatfir $$$ yr
day 'by Ambassador Viscount
Chinda. The protest was immediately
communicated to the President,
who has called a meeting
of his cabinet for today to consider
the whole question involved
hear the report to be made by
the secretary of state and draft
a reply to Japan's note.
It is oxpectejl that the reply
will bfcmurpfurmal jn itfe nature
AncfjmJII.'ftttMro Japan' that
the federal Jjo.YPnnhcnt Is
(tfyKuard any of the rights
if Janancsft subjects in Amerjca
'., Iii, Slp'iApAN , PREDICTED
.i . ' v "
(By Federal Wireless Tolograpl.)
WASHINGTON, May 8.
tor The 'Advertiser) Cali
fornia's .Anti-alien Land BUl.'will
not menace . America.'K Ji
Japan ji8,,i5Ctwptod iltn itsllleril'
"Wilson's action (in,
tary of State Bryan to Sucramcrifu'
in the spirit
was made. Japuji regents ,CaliW
lornia s actum., ,Mit,.t pes, njt ,Ik'i
hove" the MAmcripanyproplu iwill
endorse tliu AVcbjiJJill, It also
does not "iikpaet the mi',.tstuu tn
Tliis was tho opinion here to
day of those closest in touch with
the situation, when they le.irned
that a movement W(is on foot in
California tP delay enforcement
of the Webb Bill until a new
treaty Japan, covering tho
measure's main features, is ncgo;
Secretary State 'Bryan'
nerso'iialfy to Iii"tidc"iA
Wilson today ,, on his Califonihi'
trip. He told the President that
n majority of the Cahfornian legislators
believed that an
Land Bill had to be passed.
President Wilson was told, it is
reported, that the
friends on the Coast Are
ready to prevent apy embarrassment
by forcing a referendum
vote on the measure.
Some Action Must Be Taken.
Bryan also 'told the Piesidenl
that a situation exists in California
which inust be met and
that Asiatic airin'ession in certain
communities must be checked.
But the problem now confronting
the administration, it was said, is
how to work it out.
It is inderstood that Japan i1,
willing to concede nearly evtjryi
thine demanded TlirtJligii a treaty
which would preserve national
It is admitted that it will re-
quire time to negotiate such a
treaty and that enforcement of
the Webb law would complicate
WIFE WATCHED HER
HUSBAND BEING KILLED
PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania, May 8.
(Special, to The Advertiser)
that .she looked calmly on whi'o
her swoetheart ami another man strangled
hor husband, was made here today
by the wife of Valorlo Fantczzo, a gardener,
whose body was found in his
house. Mrs. Fnntezzo said the erime
was committed whllc Fnutprzo slept
and that 'Mie never knew what klllcl
JAPANESE PREMIER, RADICAL IiEADER
AND GOVERNOR JOHNSON OF CALIFORNIA
eoeifl WANTS TO FINISH WORK BN
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Icnvo tlifiiolliro now nK'Ht hny 'hllier
flAtp, mit J .will Trjtterate wliit I llAVe
Kim ni'njrii fimi'rvtHiicii nan i vvn inn
FERREIRA'S'BEAL IN HOP
. PROVE PROFITABLE IN THE -LONE
Lviujr on a iot in an upper room of
rjinu Lee's luuulry, nt the lorner of
Vinenrd and l.ililia btreets. with four ,
loni: Aih bl.uldurs of opiunrVdoub)' I
wrapped in newspapers besld'j him.
Manuel j'erreini, a ohll
rbrtugurbp, iy !hlet of
Deteotnesiildluflio rlirl. Jnst liniuht
-n.- - 7-' .... ..,,, Hi. !'". '.
ami. aver luiiiniuniniKir iinnais worm
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ui i, i iji ) ii'i. iviiuii ill ilia iiusi'psiuii.
Sing Iec, U)e proprietor of tho Inum
ilrj'j wim Liter arrested as ho entered
tho prmniseM5and is bein held landing
investigation, 1 One hundred ami forty-twp,
dollarsln coin was found on his
person, whii;li inclines the police to
that tho tnoney amis to bo used
by hhn for tho purpose of purchasing
thv illicit opium from l'crrcira.
A tolcphono jnessago to headquarters
warned tho ojiee that a white man was
selling opium to Chinese in &lng hee's
laundry. Arrived at the place,
II o and his squad found the building
rcertrd. Tho workers had left tho
ifcw eating irons and at the approach of
tho ofllcers scampered out of tho building
and gut of sight.
Hreakirig through a door upstairs', the
dpteeties found l'frrcira, shivering ns
with ague, on Jhc cot. The rudely
wrapped bladders of opium lay lAjsido
III in. The eapturp was eompiratiycly
easy', as tho oung Portuguese was badly
TO HAVE FAIR SHOW
(B) Federal Wireless Telegraph.) i
SAN FHANCIBCO, May 3. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Tho eight suspend-
cd policemen, accused of collusion with
Italian mncomen, will not bo brought
to trial before the police commission
until after tlieir trial in tho sitiMrlnr
court on grand jury indictments:. This!
continuance until the finish of court
trials was granted conditionally to-the
eight accused men this morning by the
police commissioners, after the suspended
ofllcers had appeared befoio tho
board for hearing and their attorneys
I ml argued that trial before the com-mission
prior to tho eourt proceedings
would be an injustice to the men aud
might prejudice tlreir cases.
HFSTET5 DOWN AND OUT
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KfUHU l UUP 11 11(1 till I'M'O UI'ULI 111
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iiuuL. ntiu.ii nn is ilmuuuii iiilii luu t. ii
r5 h n v fmhfl tiPrtnil. .,..
"I wrote rresiiltnt AVHsoii to thtR
ifTppt w,llc tlmO hro fiiicl tndo mattcrfi
m as to tho Kituation here'
NOT tlKELY TO
Sing Lee entered tho building somo
minutes later, unaware ot tins treua
eveuur bad taken, lie was placed un-
dor arrest v ami tho ease put into the
hands of Collector I'. Ii. St.nkable,
3orreim claims ho nrrieil here ortr
tfiuonth ago on.tho stoamer Lurlinc. Ho
iIh n illative, of1 the islands and has been
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wandering about tho I'neillc Coast for
t lie last four years, ho sajs. lie Is
about (Ivaj feet six indies in height,
wltn curly hnir and features inclined
"I buried tho stuff in a lot," he said
last night. "I was afraid to try to
sell it. Sing I.eu was the first one 1
approached. I bought the opium in
Ilio fact that tho opium is not stamped
is strong evidence that Fcrrvira
smuggled It through.
The young man lias a brother and
sister residing in Honolulu, Joseph
the brother, being employed by
tho Honolulu Construction Company and
is living on tho Ileaeh road.
(,'ol! oct or Stackablo was sanguino last
evening that they had a clear taso
against tho boy. Ho believes thero is
more of the opium concealed somewhere.
He is holding the boy in confinement
at the police station, pending the find
ing of more opium and the cinching of
a more sweeping lase. Tho Chinese is
also in jail.
GAS AND ELECTRIC
STRIKE LOSHJG OtjT
SAX FHAXCJSCO, May 8. (Hy Associated
Press Cable to Star-Bulletin)
Tho strike among tho employes of the
l'acinc uas 4, fcicctric Company Is
dwindling In proportions today. Some
f !, HtrlknrH nrrt rrninir linitr tn wnrlr
,, .trlkcbreakers havo bPen secured
to take the places of. others. None of
the cities served by tho big lighting cor.
poration were dark last night.
By Kahuku Wireless.
Kahuku wireless was in touch with
the Pacific Mall steamer Mongolia at
eight o'clock last night. The steamer
en route from Ban Francisco will arrive
In port at eleven o'clock this morning.
It reported all well.
STW1 STOPS :
Militant Faint In Court and
Bail Has, to Be t
(I!y lVdenl Wlrclew Telcsriiph.)
LONDON', ,: May i. (Speelnl to The
Adxcrtlfcr) Tho lircaKdonn lu tho
eourtroom of "(.lenrnl" Mrs. Plora
Drumninnd froin.wenkncMi cniiM'!,
a halt in the trlul horc of militant Mif.j
fiaROttCH, charged with disturbing tho'
peine. Tho iirocecdinps tvero eontimied
to Jlny 13.
All "f the suirniBk'ttes, pxiept Wizard
Clnjton, known ns tho "inula"
suffragette, worn release 1 on $."(100 bail.
None of the women ha eaten food
since lwr arrest and life rffeot of fait
Ing wni jiotlced when the fne wn nil-et,
Mrs, Driininiond eolhitod ami Miss
Kcnnei and Mi Kempt were fo weak
they could hardly stand.
A bomb wns found today In front of
n pinnbrnkerN shop at Tottenham. Snf.
fingttei are' Miipected.
It was ctlmnted tndai thn diinnae
rxoerdliig f j,000,00n hn lieen ilono by
sullrarettei since tno cnerumrnt
i ailed the rr.iiiehiso l?efirm 1)111 dur
ing tiro last parliament
MAYOR JOE FERN
HE COME TO
Major l'erii( jestcrday ag.iln insisted
his namo was forwarded sometime ago
to Washington as ppsslblo undlikcly
timber for gubprintoilal honors'.
"Well, j you see, tbey' been scrap so
much about wll ,lu' tlov ernor and nil
candidates nro gooiVfriends, so 1 think
l)ft thing to do is to leUmy ,iianie,6
and If they appoint my iiaiiiu'lni!n tfi
other candidates won't sqrap ninoiig
themselves any mdrc. This tho best
thint for tho party iitnl Xtalwajs thiulc
first iof the. Democratic vI'arty."
I fllirr rnnpiHIRTTrnp
rj jjigpufiun "flijuRi mna -
lljijf a dozen on'iuoru Hawaiiiins who
maKo tlieir homos on tlio hlllsidn lands
of Makiki Valley are now threatened
with eviction mid faco tho possibility
of 1 o ng turned uut Into tho told world
without even a grass roof over their
Thc,so ,eopo have lived on tho Makiki
lands for many years nml have
come to believe they and their faml les
mid tlioao of, their kin and kith tor
ever more would remain unuolcsted
and undisturbed on the sunny slopes
of ona of the most healthy aud s.ilu
brious portions of tho city outskirts.
Their dream 7s now on the verge ot
a rude awakening. Somo months ago
tho Territory sold these lands and the
purchasers arc now clamoring for possession,
for they, too, want to establish
their homes thero nml to do so
meal's ovittlon for tho squatters.
liovcrnnr ireir has taken not only
.in omViHl, but a personnl and fatherly
intorest in the enso of these loor Ha
iwaiians, uml to look into the question
in ineir interest no usitcii tno imauty
)cstcrday, accompanied ly
Tucker nml Superintendent
of Waterworks Little.
That the squatters w 11 havo to move,
bag nnd biggac, is certain. If the)
rofiiso the Inw will bo Invoked, but
Oov ernor Frear's main purpose in mak
ing thn trip yesterday was to so it
some nearby locality cannot bo found
and chosen whoro these people, may
movo with the least possible delay and
tho minimum of hardship to then.
(By Federal Wireless Tologrnph)
CIIAHTUKS, France, May 8.
vSoc!al to The Advertiser) A
new biplane record was
1 lulled hero today when Aviator
Frangeers, carrying six
gcrr, remained alott at an
tudo of 2300 feet for more tluiu
LEAVENWORTH HAS A
, WHOLESALE 'MURDERER
I.KAVFNWORTII, Kansas, May 8.
(Bv Associated Press Cable to
Special Agent McCIoughrey,
of the department of justice, 'who is on
in offlcial trip to the federal penitentiary
here, today declared that Henry
Moore, a from Missouri,
is responsible for tbe deaths of
people, whose killing has heretofore
been classed under tho list of "unsolved
" To Be Guest of
. Varsity Men
A Aireb"!i nceeptanCo of tho invita
Ion to tho III. lion, .latny ltrjcp to
1c tho gufl of the Unlxerslty Club
nt lunclimn todiv nt noon was recehod
last nig,,ly 3. I. M'itliihRton nlid
nrningeineilti are beiflg nindo by the
rlub'a louso rniumittce to suitably
g oct tho great Hrotrhmun, whq has
done so iniirii to oeincnt the bointa of
friendship between the t.vo Kngllsh
KT. HON. JAMES BRYGE.
fpeiiking nations and who has only
retired from tho Hritish
Mr. Ilrjeft Is a passenger aboard tho
S. ii!. Mongolia, due this morning at
nino pMock, lie Is en route to tho
Orient nml will spend qnly u few hours
in the city, lie will tie met.nL
nioriiliig by .
nnl genvralj d. II. Itentiers. OoVernor
l'ren,r hns plnce.d hip auto.in0'''ei.tit'1e
Iisi'Ojul of the distinguished iisitor.for
tlllfilWdrnlng, anil it is 'probable tliat
lie iilli'spenit thb tilnt betweenMiirlrting
miifithn honr In dritintlibUiit i
llm cltv. .
'The X'nltersUy Club luuthcoii rttll
l.o Informal ' ' ' ' '
, ' . , tf;V
.onmnrn. i pi niiT nn m
inunuaui A, aubn I ullhi
I'rbbubiy for tliu !lrft linio iii( itho
history ot wireless tcb'jrniphy, labof
disputes Interfered with'tthd trnhsmls
sion of UH's.sages through the 'Mr last
night. High power dynamos, required
for tho operation of the sending apparatus
at Sail Francisco, were nt the
mercy of the men Inst night,
lust when tho instruments wero working
best tho non-union electricians
operutiug tho plants furnishing tho
electricity would encounter trouble,
ami for soveral minutes tho Fad-oral
Wireless svstciu serving its patrons
tor a radius of soveral thuusnud miles
would bo at a standstill. Notwithstanding
this Inconvenience tho company
with clliclent operators succeeded In
sending the complete telegraphic ser
vice wlncli appears in ilie Ailvcrtibcr
(11 Federal Wirelcffs Telegraph.)
( HR'ACiO, May 3. (Sptclal tn Tho
Advertiser) Small, pretty nnd neatly
tlad, Hello Hchrlcber took tho stand to.
day and told tho eourt trjing Jack
.lohnsou for violation of the Mann
White Siavo Act the full story of her
rclitions with the negro prlzo lighter.
In an almost childish voice, thp
girl, through the folds of a heavy el,
detailed how ulio met .lohuson and of
tho trips they undo from State to State,
llefore the Schrieber girl was-called,
several other government witnesses
against the negro tcstiflcd. Estello Pa I in-
ei', alias Henderson, sahl Hello HchrlOt
ber was an Iniu.ito of u, Pittsburg xci
sort, where sho wis known ns .lacquo
Allen. Chits. Sampson testified that
.Ioliuon and tho Schrieber glrjame to
his store in October, l'J 10, and that the
negro bought $1100 worth of furniture
the gir selected. Other witnesses do-scribed
tho character of Hats where tho
Schrieber girl lived in Chicago.
ACCUSED WHITE SLAVE
PROPRIETRESS ON TRIAL
Jly Fidt'ral Wireless Telegraph.)
I.OS AN(1F,1,KS. May 8. (Special to
The Advertiser) The prcHniinary hearing
of Mrs. Josio Iloscnbcrg, proprietress
of the Jonquil Apertments, who is
charged with contributing to tho delinquency
of two girls, was postponed
today until M'onilay. "Demurrers to tbo
indictments in which sho is accused
were filed by her nttornejs. Mrs.
wns indicted by tho grand jury
that accused (leorge JL Ilixby of Long
llcnch of similar offenses.
TROOP TRAIN IS
Mexican Federals Victims of Insurgent
(ll.v l'edcr.il Wireless Tclcgr.iph.)
KOUAI.E3, rxona, May 8. (Special
to The Advertiser) A Mexican
troop train bearing two hundred and
(11 ty soldiers wns destroyed With dynamite
and most ot tho passengers killed,
said an oll'cial state ropoit received
lure today. Tie dUastcr occur. ed near
tho Honura stnto line.
Following the cfcploslon, fragments
of soldiers Lodlcs littered the tracks
Fjro broke out among tho wreckago
and, In spite ot frenr.ied efforts of tno
Survivors, scores of wounded inon wero
incinerated In tho flames. The Fedir U
weroon tho w ly irom Sun Hlas to
Alunios when Interiepted by tho Insurgents,
who had pluuted mines n'oug
CAUGHT AT TUCSON
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
Tl'C"ON, Arizona, May 8 (Special
to The Advertiser) Twoiavlntors nre
umli r nrrrst and their noroplano con-
f..i.ln,l fnlliMv tin tlifllr l.ltltlli. hi II
ranch thirty mllis south of Tucson,,
United Stntes .Marshal Johnson, wiio
made tho nrrc'ts, believes that they
intoudul mi aerlnl nttnek on tho dty
of niinymns, Sonorn, upon which So-nor
i Conftltutloml'sts are advancing.
The men gave their names as Masson
AS TROOPSHIP L, i
Priynto Muckey Must Return
to Manila to ftfracd
l'rlv'nto Mncltej", infantry, procured
his dlschargo from the nrroyfuotler falso
pretenses, received his transportation
to the United Stntiis, and was given ft
hertii in troop quarters on tho transport
'Thomas. When tho trpopshlp r
tlved rit Ho'nbliith yesterday ho was Immediately
placed under arrest and is
now- confined "iri tbo military prison nt
'" Oebertil Hell, commanding tho
di'pnrtinqnt. cabled to
dejitltmept tjint Muckey vval wanted
ll. Manila, and a wireless, whs sent
out 'IV tho vessel yesterday morning
notifying the ranking officer on board
that Muckey was to be( dctalnojd on
board.' Tliu jirlvnto was placed in the
brig and when tho troopship docked a
guard from Fort Iiugcr was waiting for
The soldier, wfil bo roturnod to the
Philippines on tho trnusport Sherman
which will leave Honolulu for Manila
on or ubout May 14.
COILING BREAKS UP
The way M. M. Kahlnpo of Wnlluku
Issues the lltcuses to wed he docs issue
uud the way the Ilev. J. K. Koklpl tics
the knot for tho customers of Knhlapo
may suit tho ones who pay for the
llcoiides and the rings nnd recelvo
blessing, but., they do not Buit
tho members of tho Maui grand jury,
who mucin formal complaint to the
county attorney. Tho county ofticial
the mutter along to tho
general and the attorney general
ili'iidc'l that Territorial Trcasurei
Conkliug, who issued tho licenses to
the' Wnlluku matrimonial partners,
tdiould finally settle things. Mr, Conk-ling
settled them jestcrday by
Kuhiupo's and Kcklpi's right to
either issue wedding licenses or wedding
A flnq of ono thousand dollars was
lifted from Tlico. II. Davlcs 1 Company
.vesterdiiy when the police captured the
two Chinese sailors, Cbong Wai and
Woug Sam, who had jumped the Mongolian
crew of the steamer Frankmount
nnd lllegnlly landed In Honolulu ten
days ago. The men were caught hiding
lu n room in Itlvor street, where they
had been concealed since coming ashore.
The Frankmount arrived over two
weeks ago with a cargo of coal from
Norfolk, Virginia. A watchman
the crew on board through the
night, but tho Chinese stole overside
during the day when thero was no one
on watch. The men were In a pitiful
condition when rounded up by tbe
nollco vesterdny. They had been living
In the small room and bad not stirred
outside for ten dsys.
TARIFF Bill. IS
Passes House On Straight
Party Division By
281 to 139.
Sugar and Wool Men' Still
Hope tot Modify It
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(Bjr Federal ftlrtiltat TIegrph)
WASt (iNGbN, my k
to The AtlvertiscrJThcjex
Undcrwooll jtTftriff pil,.!wlilcijth (
crntio plcdljo to nlioltsh ithd bmy,
of protection, enmo yhen thb
incnHtire wns up for third rending
In the house todny, tho mum-hers
divitlinii on. strictly party
lines, with prneticnlly n complete
membership nnsworing to the roll
cull. i ..
The full voting strength of the
Democratic majority is 289. Those
who voted for the Tariff Bill to-
tiny numbered 281. 1 '
The full Republican .voting
strength in tho l4p. , Today
13Q votes agniitsti theiDcmoi
drtitic jnen8uro' werflTregistorqd iri
tho division. , I ' '
The vpte bxditcH'MHb' "surprise'
pd vpry litt,lq iritpr1e8t',' tM'uulS
having been novervjndoubt'ln
yiev of the divislona 4n
ommittee of tho "whblii' over' the ,
furious HClicuuiDHyit,:iiHS'Di,'t'n uuny
fnrix.nutltur limf tttliiv urmilrl brV frtr
tnd Who ngwntfiithct'biU'in'ltii ' , )
!lnnl .. iu V" " , lt i t
uenaio ngnung'urouna. , u . u"'
The real flclitln'tf 'dbr'ttje1 meaas. e i. ir"
a will now itake''"pllacol tbe i
ponents of freo s'liKar, 'and frpo
wool in tho senate 'having announced
that they 'arc by no .means
downcast over tho prospects and
will enter the contest against the
Administration with hopes of
modifying somo of tho most" objectionable
clauses. It, lias not
yet been definitely dechjod whether
there will be any lengthy hear
ings before the , senate finance
jommittce on tno various
although representatives of
the various intorestn affected are
hero urging that thoy bo given
the chanco to shovv? where the
proposed drastic "revision of the
tariff will seriously., affect the
general prosperity "ot tho country
at large and will 'prove ruinous
t6 establish industries in
The Democratic majority in the
icnato is so slight that the tight
in that body on tho Tariff Bill is
pertain to be keon
CURRENCY REFORM IS
"NEXT ON PROQRAM
WASHINGTONMay 8. (Associated
Press Cable' to The Star-Bulletin)
of Alabama, chairman of
Mio ways and means committee,
innounced this morning that Pres-Mont
Wilson is desirous of seeing
eurrency reform legislation enacted
during the pxtra session pf congress.
Underwood 'says that the
house will probably" begin to
frame the legislation by Juno 1,
while the senate is discussing the
tariff bill. - -
FARMERS AND HON
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, May 8. (Special to
The Advertiser) Labor ' leaders and
representatives of fanners
of the country are jubilant ever
the action of congress In exempting labor
unions and farmers organizationa
from trust prosecution under tbe
term.s of the Sundry Civil Bill. The
exemption wai upfcWd ln tbe senate by
a vote of 41 to 32. -K .