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VOL. VJ., NO. 123. HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, FRID AY, MY 16, 1013. FEKLY. WHOLE NUMBER 3814,
HARD TIMES AND
"" ENACTMENT OF W!
Government Will Take
(By Federal Wireless Tilegrnph.)
WASHINGTON, Mny 15.
(Special to The Adveiliser)
Secretary of Commerce Itcdfiekl,
speaking straight from the shoulder,
mid striking while the iron
Was hot nt ,a benefit here hist
night, told employing lithographers
just what they might expect
if any organized attempt were to
be made to misrepresent the
Tariff Bill and its effect
upon general trade conditions.
Secretary Redfield was the guest
of the lithographers and, when he
aiose to speak, read part of a
circular issued by the Lithographers'
Association, in which it was
predicted that the Underwood Hill
foreshadowed a period of idle
workmen, lower wage and longer
"If, in tlie final result," Red-field
said, "the words I have
rpiofqd are put into effect by you
to any substantial degree, it will
becoiue thp duty of the department
of; commerce to inquhc into
nr i ' '
111 f " I
. mi: nilf liEnSlATE
Such Is P'rcdioiioh Made1)yTChdirT
man Local Sugar Tariff J
""h ,'6"6mMte& OHWtf .
I ua :-.
"It looks as though tliero might fct.
bo un uprising in 'tli'o seiiiilo' whiijh
will throw i'resident WiUbnV tnritt
fcclicmes out of joint," suld Ed fl'owse,
chulrmjn of. tho sugar tnriiT cp.urnlttio
of tho merchant!)' association) which is
allied with the citizens' protoctivo t.iiill
movement, whoso report was mado to
the aisouutlon vctterdny uftcrnoon and'
reccicd with applause.
Mr. Toweo statddythut, prior to tho
arrival of Ucorgo 11." Carter at Washington
no united organization had been
ollcctcd tliero among tho various sugar
committees, 'there wero eight or ten
men working along varied lines, nouo
of them connected, each ono currying
out wlintoer policy suggested itselt
ns best. Mr. Carter proposed concerted
action and this was brought about, Tho
Issuing bulletins .and using
''V Walling fist of 15U0 names.
'1 lie Honolulu committee has sent out
nbout 35,000 plccis of litcraturo bearing
on the subject of sugar and will
contiuuo its work until the "lust liopo
disappears over tho hoilron," us Mr.
Ton so put it. Mr. Tovvse rel erred to u
conversation whkh W. A. Klnnoy, Ti
Joriucr leading Democrat of Honolulu,
had with President WiNon, lasting
twenty minutes. Mr. Wilson said ut
tho close of tho interview: "Mr. Kinney,
jour arguments aro strong, but I
am convinced tho people of tho United
States want freo sugar.'
"Speeches will bo n ado ill a few
das." continued Mr. Tow so. "whkh
will make Wilson's cars tingle, anl
theso speeches will deal with tho
of whether or nor tho people of
tho United States have said they want
free sugar. 1 don I trui twi pirjie
havo ever said they waul'.d fne mi-gar."
The report of tho lo.j'Siaiivo .oiinrtlt
tco was nrcsentel tu 'outfit T. 11.
Church, chairman of tno --donation
sub committee allied with
Mmilar sub commltftci uf tho rbainlur
of commerce and planton' nsni litlon.
'lhe renoit was sliced by J. W.
chairmiiU 'if .i'M'. finnmlttco.
A oto of thai't', proposed by W. II.
Mcluc.rny, wj ivr tl.! (eg'sla
o. sugnr .mm ioni:n;c.'s for
cnlticnt work ..ovji; scornl rii'Uths
arduobs and HitWl"! ' r I il or.
(Dy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
DENVER, May 15. (Special to Tho
Advertiser)- "Reports received here today
say the condition of Judge Hen
Linden, of tho ju enllo court, who was
operated on Monday Tn a sanitarium at.
Dattle Creek, Michigan, for stomach
trouble Is serious. It was said he would
be confined to his bed for a month.
LSBHIDEIM TARIFF BILL
Secretary of Commerce,
Henry S. Redfield
your business methods and publish
the faets of your business as
we find them."
Stinging eiitieism of Secretary
Redfield 's address was voiced in
the house heie today by Representative
Mondcll of 'Wyoming.
Underwood followed !M6ndell.
He served notice, also, that government
investigation of big
Considering Feasibility of the
i ' 'fJaV More Dynamito
' t i Scattered About.
(Uyfr rilcral WlreJpss Telegraph.)
WXlXllf, Miy 15. (Special to The
Ad0rtltyr) A canister filled with
dynamito was found today on thi
Kroiiujl!) ()f tl.q fitoml Ual.cry,
iioino Secretary MelCenna is consid
cring tho feasibility of detailing ttOops
to protect all public buildings t oin
militant outrages. Moro than livn him
dred Sootlund V.ird detects ci nlrojdy
uro engaged 111 guarding jublic build
1'lgs. the homes of cabinet offiiiili, and
keoping sullrugetto lthders under sur
Held for Trial.
ndw.ird Clajton, known .is tho
"Male SulTr.igctto," Mis Annie
and six other militants were hold
for trial in the Old Ur ilo today on
rhafi.es of d sturbing tho poaco.
NEW COMPTROLLER OP
TREASURY IN OFFICE
(lly 1'odcral Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, May 15. pccial
in Tlii A il rt tunrW fl.nrin TT Dnnn
of liuliiinn todaj took tho oath as eomp
trolicr or tno treasury, succeeding . .i.
Tuicuw'ell of Corjdon, Indiana, who hits
held tho office continuously since 189T.
TO USE FORCE IN PREVENTING HIS DEPARTURE
JUmnguchi, tho Jnpancso kuhuna, will
probably hud It necessary to sneak
aboard tho steamer Sonoma in a trunk
if he wishes to start for San Francisco
nlth n whole skin today. A crond estimated
by some to number 1000 excit
ed Japanese surrounded several of the
former haunts of the alleged reincarnat
ed Iluddha jcstenlaj, sicking tho Te-turn
of money which thoy claim they
paid lam in tho hope of securing roiief
tor real or fancied Ills. Hamaguchl,
they bay, assured them ho would cauaa
their maladies to vanish, took their
hard-earned money nt tho rate of two
dollars per "treatment" and now seeks
to gef out of the country with his sack
and away from the wrath of his suffering
and uncured dupes.
Violence May Be Used.
The patients learned of Hamaguchl '8
plans cstrduy ana It was not long be-lore
they became excited and began
panning to have mm punished. Hundreds
ot the Japanese nud their friends
jesterdav promised to be at tho steam.
cr landing todrvy to prevent the Kami-un's
departure by force If necessary.
It Is possible, say some, that n warrant
will be Issued cTiarging the shrewd
ton of Nippon vyith gross cheat.
Another evidence of the methods resorted
to bj Hamaguchl also developed
jesterday. Toward the last, it now
AS RESULT OF
Underwood In House,
uOss lowering wages and giving
tin tariff measures as an excuse,
vnuld be pressed.
"During tho tariff hearings,"
wid Underwood, "you will find
oluniCN of statements of
nreis tmder o.ith declaring that
if the Democratic party daied to
reduce the tariff, they would take
t .. the 1 eduction out
f the labor in their mills and facto!
ies and not r out of their profits."
NO COMPROMISE FOR
WASHINGTON. May 13. (By Anso
ctntcil Press Cable to the. Star-Bulle-
tin) President Wilson, talking today
with riow.spnper correspondents nbout
tho tarilT situation, again emphasized
his detcimlnation not to make a com
promise on cither tho wool or sugar
schedule Ho declares hlmself'Conftdcnt
of tho patsago or tjff vvriison'unaerwoou
Bill and says that 'though orry effort
is bolncr made to secure a modification
of tho 'provisions on wool and sugar, tho
protectionists will not be successful.
London and Paris Bankers Willing
to Take Chance ion
(By Kcnleral Wireless Tolograph.)
LONDON, May 15. (Sjiecial to The
Adverttcer) A Mexican 7jdernnient
loan of $25,000,000 for tho restoration
of peace conditions In that countrj ii
practically arranged here and in 1'ar s.
HUERTA'S LOSE HEAVILY.
NOQALKS, Arizona, May 15.
cial to Tho Adortlscr) An.orican
nrrhing today confirm tho report
of General Obrogon, commandor. that
fio hundred foderals kided In tho
fighting south ofOuaymas, while sixty
Constitutioualists were killed and thirteen
wounded. They nttributo the
liciy fpilcrjl loss to tho, dltordorly retreat.
MISSIONARY URGES WAR.
ST. LOtJIS, Ml'souri, May 15.
Tress Cablo to
tin) Tho Southern Baptist contention
wiib shocked and startled today when
tho Hov, Mr. Mahon, a well-known m's
slonary who has been laboring in Mexico,
told the assemblage that armed
is ncccsary to savo Mcxico
from alsoluto chaos. He painted a d irk
picture of present conditions, dwelling
on tho killing of Americans and the destruction,
of proporty, particularly in
appears, tho alleged faker told his
that ho could treat them without
requiring their presence, a photograpli
only being necessary.
Treated by Photographs.
In tho casorSf tJiQi (ijling Jarauu.io
laborers on the pUntatioas,' where,
though thoy belicvod in him, they
could not attend his seances, llama-
la r1il.l Trttl. r.nklmr fnr nhn
tographs of them and for the sum of'
two dollars a treatn ent, treating the
It is said on good authority that
iramagucbi. In the while ho liel I forth
here, attended over 3000 porsom. .No
worries of financial affairs, it Is deemed
from this, should wrinkle his broyr as
he watches the flying fish flip over tho
plastic surface of the heaving Pacific
on his way to San Francisco, should
bo get away. The Golden BUte should
prove golden to the so-called miracle
worker, if one Is to judge of tho belief
In him that the afflicted here have at-
Hamaguchl has exprc'iad his
at not having leen arrcsteM, toying
It Is the first time in visiting new-territory
that his alleged heallug has
tint lun inrcstleatcd hv nuttinp him
In confinement, hit things may develop
ere the Honoma noisis us miuinoohi
ami linntpnins. nnd ll&mamiehi nviV
have a more strenuous time In store
thau bo anticipated, ,
Honolulu Americans Shoiu Their Aloha For the
New Republic and Its Representative in Hawaii
CHINESE CONSUL GENERAL CHEN OHINQ HO, MADAME
'That portion of tho Amoricnn Ito I
plblic which Honolulu fg.ivft
.v.'.l.i.i i...i .i. .. i.i,iA f
, t'"' "",'," :., '"" 'yr,
i uinji last uiiii ai mo given
nb th Chinose lousulatc by th Cons il
General for CIili Chon Chtup Ho, In'
honor c;f tho iccoguitlon of the JK'-public
by the Uqljrd States Althotiglt
the day hid'tfeeentonnjif ho SMifhrUsi
of tho year add the c6iids lung "low
throughout the evening, thrcatciiing a
continuation tha iino
nt tho olUclal rcaldoiicc'o Consul unit
Madame Olfciioniliorldmi sreqttwas
a gy' oitejtls'iipacioivH gr9gnjji11blig
bright w!itll hnntltcdi of
flags, lioiiqutli which
hundrc'iU ot guests rtrolleil. .The. In
wallaubmid was present, placing uur
ing tlroHhreo hours of the reeoptiotu
Othcialdom present vv.m fitrictiy
Ancrllnn. (Jovcrnor Frear,
Fiuiston and htufi, JlrigyidUr
(lenCral Macomb and staft, .hi, tire
Perry, Collector Stoc'iab'o, linm grnt;l"i
Insncctor llnlsov. Assi.itniit DNtrb i. Atl
toTiioy Hitting, Postmaster Pritt and
Territorial Senators ChilliiiKWorth, C'ocil i
llrovvn nnd Wirtr l.o'.ng among the gov
ernment and army olhcinN to greet tho .
r"prescntatlvo of Chin I, but there wrrn
Only Doatha Aro at Soward and
McCool Junction Is Last
(lly 1'odor.il WireJcis Tolctrnph.)
bLWAltl), Nebraska. Atuy li!.
to The AdvortiPcr) lhght Jiorsoiis
aro diad nnd seventeen Injured lore
nnd one it dead nt McCool Junction,
ax tho icfult of tho tornado which last
night swept this rectlorr of Iv'cbiaska.
A terrific rain nnd 'hail storm followed
tho tornado. Povorul lusmcs, house'
which were not ruinol by tho wind
vrcro formed into temponry hoiiiltnl
and morgues, ulid tho dead and 'Iv'ng,
ni fast as th'y found, were Inld
out or attend! to.
MEAL TICKETS TO FEED
Herard for the hunarv nromiited n
jouthfui TortugUcio to
take tno II m step t.iai win icau nun
this afternoon at ono o'clock to tho ju
vonlle court. Tho specific chnrge ngaimt
tho joung ihilanthropist is that be stole
a dozen y. yi. C. A. cafeteria meal-,
ticket books and distributed them
ainon his friends, who forthwith proceeded
to dine to their heart's content.
Chief tfliDutlio after working on tho
cao yesterday ordered thp boy to l)o
taken before Judge Whitney.
UNTERMEYER HOST FOR
SECRETARY OF STATE
(lly Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YOKK, Mny 15. (Special to
The Advertiser) Secretary Hrjan was
the principal guest hero today nt a
luncheon given by Fnnnel I'nterme.ver,
nt which, may Icadlng'Deinocrats were
Bryan spoko tonight at tho dinner
of the Society.
no foreign consuls or their1 r(it09Cutn
M" M prfsent, dde, uftdaubtellv, to tin
fact.lhnt none uf tho I'cikcm bbt Atntr
lien hn, as jot olllehllv the
government of Preside Yuan t?hlh
(lui'sts Arriving nt iho riept'0'.i were
received by V, Kwnl Pong, who pre
stntod tlii;iii ii the ( iiimi1 nuj Madame.
Chen nnd, thpso ns!(lstlng in tin?
jirle. l'I)to w'Oro Doctor LI, ling,
dish 'secretary of lhe consulate; Mt,
Liu, Chinese secrctnrv. and Madumc'
i.iu; u.u iui; (ion Kim.tHhroAVoii)(i
uenng, mrnft Sluil and I InKk Hoy
iho consul wore tho, olllcinl dress
nWl Knfolniuo.it. tha
which oosliiirie'" wnS iwsu vvorn llj tho
other inin in. tlie. lino. Thrrtf wnln
(oinpel) nnd not cenble nlneico of
ChlnrHc 'dress) Mnilnmo r'iliru ivoiOii
fnsh,iiuJil! pf vhitiv'JriiiinirU,
ivni',1"" v. .uuuij uu jjiii s.uuni vvji,"" in
J, ' '(.OlHi i
A"liing the (;lii)!n)ISlKWs.(tliPro were
viry .few wlio (nuro ntlietllinn l.um
iciu elotl es rvone of. the men present
urrwured in hcki'ts. nnd from llrst tl
last every map Ihd dispensed wlUi his
queue. Homo Ii'ilf dciren UdiiHTwero
notice tide in the oldstvlo
tn od garb, but tho majority of tho
GIVE UP CLAIM TO
(lly VudiTiiI WJrclcs Tilegraph.) ,
I'UKING, .May to
The Advi'itiser) A secret arci"
mint between mid China V
has bien signed undir which rhiiTa
ciinceiles eoinpicto a'lltbiloniy to
Outer Mongolia, uliosu frontier
liutt been delimited,
COLONIAL MEAT IN
(jAN ritANCISCO, May 15.
I'ress Cablo to
l'our tlioiisand pounds of Australian
beef nud mutton have been landed here
In an ciTort on the part ol tho Austral
Ian exporters nnd local importers to
loner meat prices. Tho importer believe
that a big permanent meat trade
with Australia is a urtaluty.
HARRY VTHAW GETS
(lly Wireless Telegraph.)
NhW YOIIK, May 15. (.Spidal to
Tho K. Thim, la)
ir of Stanford Whitv, arrived hero to
day irora Mattcavvan Asjliuiij to trsti
fv nt thu atrial of Attorney John A.
,ott, who is being proeiuted on u
i barge of offering n bribe, of $20,000
for Thaw's rqlparc. Thaw was at oi(fo
takv'H tu the olllcc of tho district at-
tM'l. , , ."
BIG NICKLE LODE IS
LOCATED IN TASMANIA
1 (Bv l'edcral Wireless Telegraph.)
I hVDM'.V, New Houth Wales, 11 uy 15.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) The
wni Id's supply of nickel is likely, to
be augmented as a result of u
of a lode of nukel bearing ore
which ins just been struck in Tasmania.
Tho outcroppingK of tho ledge have
been traced for a mile nnd n half and
samples from tho surface show tho ore
to be exceptionally ri!h.
CHEN AND THEIIt SON.
Chliieso women vrerc qulto as
attired as their American sisters.
A fnw .Tiipnneio women In kimonos were
grouped near thu land 'a tent.
Among tho guests' mines upon the
icglstry hook, in the order ttiey
were: (Jcnernl i(nd Mrs. At
At, Macomb, Mnjur Pcnn, Governor
Frcnr, Ho l'on, Dr. 11. It. MuHiall,
Mr. nnd Mrs. IV R Hcuddr. Mnlor
Woolen. If." J." It. 84rer."'Dr3
and Mi.. .1. M. Whitney, Edgar- Wood,
fc llrovvn, Dr. J. S. B. Pratt. & C.
Hitting, C. A. Chllliiigvvorth, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Wfrffc, leo. W. Smith, General
and, Mr. Fuustou,.(7pJoncl MoOunncg'o
WTt StocVmaii, Mr. nn.f "Mf.. J. C.
llnynes, ,ed. Hlistnril, (i-1 I'ltts, J.
A (lllmnii, II It. Hfic'tnblo, Colonel
Keiiumi II. '. Dillingham, Captnln Muffle,
W. P. Dillinghnm, l)r, and Mr. 1).
1). SouddiT. Colonel Itbgers. Miior Of-
flcr. Captain Ihirnettj Captain Lyster,
Mr. anfl Mis. W. . Westervolt, MIsf
Mingirct Wtft'rvelt, Miss Ermonlc
( rosijt Major Conklin, Dr. nnd Mrs.
V.. v. Wllcoy, Ciipfniu I'rerman, J. T,
Anwen, Mr. nud Mrs. A, Ji Cainploll,
M luunllii, .Major nientlinni, W. 1
Willi, Colonel French, Cnptain Gibson
Mr nnd Mis. 0M C. Swain, Mr. and
Mis. Mnrstou Campbell nnd Mr. and
Mrs. A. .1. Glguoiix.
SITUATION IS G!E
Temper of Un'on Men Grows
Dangerous Pollco Told
. (lly 1'oJcral WlrcIois Tolegrnph.)
t'JXOIN'MATi, Ohio, May 1G. (Spo
clnl to The Advertiser) him
dred striktbrcakorfi, Impbrtcd to run
tho city stieet enw, which aro tied up
tightly by n strike for recognition of
()ie unipu and higher wages, arrlvod
hero todaj nnd are to bo used in nn
attempt to resume service, It is feared
that trouble will follow.
1 lie strcit car company Intends t
mnko an effort to operate nil their cars.
I'ollcu will bo placed on each with in
structions to nso both their clulx anil
pl.tols If they arc attacked. Tho tern
I or of the strikers and their sympathizers
is hourly growing moro
and it is believed certain that if
iiiiv gineral attempt to rum. cars is
made rAuble will come.
PARTNER OF JOHN D.
ROCKEFELLER IS ON
(By. lVdirol Wireless Telegraph.)
WliiT 1'AL.M HIIACII, riorldn, May
15, (bpocial to Tho Advertiser) Henry
M. 1'lagler, tho millionaire rallroid
magnate, sank rapidly today, and his
death Is momentarily expected.
llenrv 11, l'laglor Is owner of the
I'once do Leon and Alcarnr hotels, the
famous tourist resorts qf 1'lorida, which
ho built at a cost of $3,000,000. Ho Is
mvner of six hundred 'miles of railroad
in riorldn nnd Is director In tha
Western Union Telegraph Company,
rcnlnsiiln and Occidental Steamship
( ninpany nnd the Standard Oil
besides holding largo interests in
rev oral New Ycrk companies. He is
soventv three jears old. Ho began life
ns a cU'rk in a country store and was
ouo of John 1). Itockef oiler's early
Troop Movements Ended
and Fleets Will Not
Nothing jTfcj Japanese
("AhHonintod l'rcsa Cable) & LcHt
tlio ...itirsn tlio'iilnitotl Sti Wl4 !
HircH ib tnlcin
miitic tension uctween
nnd Tokib, over the Anti-alien
Lund Bill ofv Ciilifomin, which
flovcinor Johnson will probably
nij;n todnynitty be not thorough
ly understood by tho Jnpnneiu,
I'resident WilHon todny issued explicit
orders completely stopping
nil movements of troops within tho
United States and bringing to an
end any Uctioii tomirds
on tho pnrt'of the Atlantic
battleship uhd tho rncifle cruiser
Anything hi tliQ least
milifnry or navnl activity is
to be chdiifl 'f orjtho present, '
ing the diplqKjatjt) negolintions he- '
(ween, tbpjbfopnjsohtativfcs' of tho
two' 1'owprs. Nothing thht can bo
mistntcrprqicd ,by Tftpliinj as preparations
oramiUty pt naval
demonstration -is ,to be done.
Jr T i.'.p.fiU lnoil, lififit
TOKIO LOQSiOR NO
(Ry l'edcral Wirejess Telegraph!)
TOKIO, lfpjr.,15. ,in!il ito
The Advertiser)- That aV friendly
and permanent solution jid tho
dlfliculty is 'expected
is and inspired
statcmout which was issued
today through tho foreign ofliee.
it Haul that nqgotiations with
America wer'c "progressing satisfactorily."
Thu conservative forces of
Japan do not expect any .serious
trouble as a result of tho passage
of the California Anti-alien Land
CABINET TOMORROW TO
CONSIDER THE QUESTldN
(By I'cdornl Wlroloss Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, May 15.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) The.
California Japanese situation will
be considered by tho cabinet to-
iiorrow, wnen, on Seetetary
Bryan's roturn from New York,
Governor Johnson's answer to
tho national ndministration'b
for delay in his signing the
Anti-alien Land Bill will bo
Tho stnto department officials
today aro very rotieent but
tltoy will mako no move
until Governor Johnson signs the
bill to whichJapan objects.
After his sfgnature, it is expect-"d
that Japan will file a new protest,
its treaty rights
and iiviifying tho federal government
tlVjt enforcement of thq
law will bo consioeicd an
infringment on these rights.
RESULTS IN DEATH
Mrs. Mary Hookano, wifo of Judgo
Hookano of, Ewa district, died lint
night about 'tea o'clock at tho Hookano
homestead tot Pearl City after nn ill
ness of twa'days, death being due to
a stroki' of paralysis,
Mrs. Hookano, who was nlout fifty-three
years of ago, was born at
Honolulu, and had resided at
I earl City for about twenty years.
Surviving her three children and
Tho body is now nt Silva's undertaking
parlors, where it will lie in
stato tomorrow "afternoon. Tho funeral
will bo held Sunday afternoon at pno
o'clock from tho parlors,
flf iff tl