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Senate Committee Denies
Such, Despite ihe
Men With Legitimate
Views to Express Are
WASHINGTON, .Tunis 8.
Press Cfible) A special
:oiuiiiiltco Of tlio hL'imto yesterday
took the trail pointed out by
iesident "Wilson, which would
lead them, ho said, to "iho most
insidious lobby in the history of
coiniii'ss." The senate investigators
followed the trail to its
end and then announced that it
had folind nothing insidious or
Duriiitr the investigation, six
senators wuro cxnmincd, who
their own personal busU
Jiess all'airs and tho extent of
their invl'stments in various enterprises
which migliT bo alt'ected
adversely by the Tarill' liill
should it become law in its present
form. These senators told
with whom they had talked in
Washington over the tariff question
and what arguments- had
liijcii presented to them in the
mailer of their tariff position.
The committee .reported that -it
had found of senatorial
or outside influence improperly
used to nffcet pending legislation
and Pinplmticnlly detiied the
existence, so far as the members
had luen able to learn, of any
"insidious lobby" such as appealed
to be meant in the President's
interview with the press.
A majority of the committee
went on record as stating that, in
their opinion, inch who appeared
before them in committee as tho
it'prescntnlives of any business
interests or men who came to
AVashiuglon for the purpose of
presenting legitimate hrginnents
to members, of congress were not
lobbyists, as the term is usually
ATTACK ON REFINERS
WASHINGTON, Juiic 2.
Press Cable-) Bittprly
arraigning1 the Pemocratie free
Mlgnr plan,' Senator Joseph E.
li'ansdell of Louisiana today made
a sensational attack Upon that
feature of the
.Senator JlaiiKclcll declares tlirit
the free sugar fcchedule violates
the Democratic platform uttered
at the Baltimore, convdntiou last
.summer, in which tin; pledgo, was
made that no legitimate industries
would bo molested. Assailing
tho activity of the sugar refiners,
he asserts that the free
Mimr plan, if purt'icil inh) effect,
will benefit tho trust but leaves
prices to the consitntqr stationary.
SECURES FOREIGN LOAN
NFAV YOIIK, .TiinB 2. (Hy Associated
Press" Cablo) A' sjndlcato, of
American, Iiritjsh and German bankers
has urranacd n larco lsan to the
Mexican government in tlio form of a'
purclinbc or SSYiyu.utiu ix
per cent Mexican National Hallway
notes. Tho syndicate agrees to lend
tho government $50,0(l0.f)0( for ten
vears nt six ier cent. Tlio loan liavo
bleu negotiated with tlio Hucrta goV'
By Kahuku Wireless".
Knhuku, wireless was In touch with
the Matron steamer Lurltne at eight
o'clock Inst night. Tho Lurlino with a
recoil cargo and big passenger lUt
from San Francisco, reported that it
Will arrive hero at noou today. The
vias also in touch, reporting itself
ns being 273 niiles off "
Seattle and. all' well. t ;
FOR HIS HI
Police Commissioner Shown to
Bo Incompetent, Says
NEW YOItK, June 3. (Associated
Press CalIc) Declaring that tho rot
cont revelations of corni)tlon arid
crimo within tho police department
demonstrate his Incompetency mid unfitness
for oflico at tlio head of tho
department of police, tho board of. aldermen
of this , city yesterday passed
n resolution, addressed to Msiyor flay-nor,
icquosting tlio removal of Commissioner
Commissioner Waldo has been the
tatget for a vigorous press campaign
during tho past sevcrnl months, over
since tho Rosenthal murder startled
Now Yorlf and mado certain tlio, reality
-bf tho "system", in' tlio" department.
IJorctoforctsiyor (laynor lias
sturdily upheld his commissioner and
has refused to listen to criticism of
the police department, declaring that
the cases proven of graft and crimo on
tlio part of the police aro but isolated
LONDON', Juno 2. (liy Associated
Press Cablo) Alfred Austin, Hritnin's
poet laureate since 18110 and one ot
Kilgland's most conspicuous men of letters,
died hero today. Ho was born In
1835 and was tlio author of many bonks
ind collections of versos. His later
days were spent largely In his country
homo in Kent.
TJio pnet lnurento was'
years of age, having been born itt
in 1835. the second son of a Leeds
morchant. Ifo graduated nt tlio London.
University nt ,rightccn years of
age and was called to tho Imr whetroniy
twenty-two. Ho. practised law for three
vciirs. after which ho devoted himself
to liternturo sniid travel. JIo became
poet laureate in 1690.
His first pcom us laureate brought
down upon his head great criticism.
but It remains today as Ins best known
work, not because of its literary merit
but because of its subjeet and itB appearance
nt .a timo when nil Britain
was wrought up. politically over the
Jameson nam. Jtis poem, winch upheld
t!i raiders into tho then Oom Paul's
vt rong is it wrong? Well may bcj
Iiut I'm going boys, all tho same.
Do they think mo a burgher's baby
To bo scared by a scolding name!
They may nrguo and prate and order:
Co tell thein" to save their breath.
Then over tho Transvaal border,
And gallop for lifo or death.
Hlght sweet is tho marksman's rattle,
And sweeter the cannon's rnir.
But 'tis bitterly hard to battlo
D.l.nltiln.n.l . i
a. a. aha Fmi f
I .can tell -you 'it wasn't a trillo
Tp swarm over Krugersdorp glen,
As they plied lis with round nnd rifle,
And plowed us again jiml again,
t suppofo wo were wrong wcro mad-
, S(jll I think at tho judgmont day,
When Orii sif ts,lljo);o'od 'from tho bad
,meg,, .i--Tr ,
There'll bo something moro to sav.
Wo wrro wrong, but wo aren't half
And ns onn of tho baffled band
r would1 rnthor have had that Tnmv
'Than 'tho crushings of nil the Hand.
AGREE OVER SPOILS
KOrrA. Bulgaria. .Tnno 2. (Assn,
ciatnd Press of all
tfin nlllfflti clftlno mal In.l.n 1.. .. ma..
ferenco on the Bulgarian frontier to)
triuiB m iicauu iviiii 4 iirKuy anil
qucstinns of illvltlnn of territory, Dis-
agreehients aro already In ovidencc.
Scjvia and Bulgaria-may split openly.1
I I SD
Finance Committee Gives
Meat and Floun Put Back
Part Way to Pane
WASHINGTON, .Tunc !!.
Press Cubje) The free
list of the Wilson-Underwood
Tariir Bill was broken yesterday
and the majority of the senate
finance committee haying the bill
in hjtild gave e,videnee, startling
to the A,dniinistj'ation, that it was
rendy to take action on evidence
presented to it tiat legitimate in
dustries would be injured if the
evidence be convincing.
fThe committee acted yesterday
op various sections of Schedule 0
apd agreed to a number of
chapges, the most vital of which
consisted in taking meat and
flout; from the free list nnd re
storing n partial duty.
PORTLAND, Oregon, Juno 3. (Associated.
Press Cubic) H, It. Albee was
yestcrduy" elected tho first mayor of
Portland undor tlio now got eminent by
commission charter. His opponent was
present Mayor Huahlight. Albeo ro
jelved strong support from tho women
WASHINGTON, Juno 2. (By Associated
Press Cublo) Vigorous opposition
tp tho bill introduced by Senator
(Ironiia of North DaVotu, which if
pasbod would prohibit tho snlo of
liquors in Hawaii, hns liemi
voiced before tlio commltteo on Pacific
Islands nnd Porto Itico by Uclegnto
Kuhin nnd Attorney K. M. Watson.
The hearing, nrranged by Chairman
Shnffoth a fow days ago, brought forth
a variety of views. A favorablo
on tho CIronna Hill is considered
I OFFICERS OFF
"Colonel Itogcrs, who has been sta
tloncd at Schoficld Barraclfs somo time
wni .a 'departing ipassenger. on the army
transport Thomas when that vessel left
tor San Francisdo Sunday. Ho is to
join his command, tlio Ligthccnth In
ly chief surgeon of this department wns
another passenger. ' Ho is going to San
irancisco; ins orders thereafter being
' Otiie' officer's Vo'Jlcpart wcro Captain
HannUm.and Lieutenant O'Harn, both
of the Engtnpcrs, nnd both on Jeave. It
is unilcretood.. that Lieutenant O'llnra
is to bo married in San Francisco and
bring his brido, o San Francisco girl,
with him, when ho returns. '
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NO CONTEMPT WHEN
TACTS ARE STATED
JKFFIJUSON Missouri. .Tunc
2. . (By Associated Press Cablo)
Tho Missouri uprcmo court handed
down ii decision today unanimously
dismissing the contempt of court
charges against Col. W. It. Ncljon, veteran
editor of tho Kansas City Star.
Colonel Nelson wa accused of con
tempt' of court in criticising a circuit
court '.i handling of divorce cases. Ho
alleged, and the supremo court finds
the eidenco to be correct, that tho
oritrinal omhloti' bv Circuit Judeo
lOhthrle, which "was unfavorable to Nel-
pun ,n uri, iiiDl.tiiiii ui", M.n 'IU-
paredJby?Judgo 'Guthrlo beforo tho
tria'j H .'..JLJintl.
VQL. VI NO. 129 HONOLVLl', HAWAII TI5KRITOUY, TVi'.SDAY, JL'NK 3, WKUKLY. WHOItEvNUMBER " '
EXPOSE4 OF SYSTEM MAY "peter Heart Broken No More Fair
INSIDIOUS LOBBY free
LOSE WLDO HIS FLAOE Breach of Promise Plaintiff , U . f
M Will Wed George P. Thielen k '
COULD IflT IE
birthday Honors Include
Both Literature and
Husbsnd of an Amerjcan
LONDON1, Jimo 3. (Associated Press
Cablo) Liternturo and tint drnma nrc
represented in tho list of the birthday
honors announced Inst'iUL'lit on tho eve
of the nnnivcrsaVy of tho
blrtliof King Ocorgo' V.
imrnnctcy is eoniorrril on .lames
,Mntthcw Itarrie, the celebrated -Scot'
tish author and plnywrlght, whoso
"Peter Pan" is known throughout the
world and whno romances
and tali's in tho Scotch dialect
rank among tho model u cla&sics.
Forbes l'obcrtson, tho famous
of London, also becomes a
baionct. Sir Forbes (s bint known to
Americans through his mnrringo to
Klllott, Maximo Klliott,
considered nt tho timo of the marriage
one uf tlio most beautiful women of the
Tho announcement of the honors to
Barrio and ltohertson lias been received
with gratification by the public.
CaUfonlians . in
Known Way to
SACHAMl.'NTO, Juno 3. (By
Press Cablo) Farmers aro
'i.oio nlarmed nt the threatened
invasion of grasshoppers. Itcports coming
in now iudicnto that ttho grasshoppers
have invnded several counties in
Central California ns well ns In tlio
northern end o' the Sacramento A'al
ley. Much damage has already bcou
Oone. In .Merced, Tiiolumuo and Pan
Joaipilu counties grain and hay fields
hi 0 suffored to cousidcrublo extent.
Miu'i of tho "bay has been cut within
tho past two weeks nnd is still in tho
It is tho 'grain crop Hint will prnli.
a.by buffer most. Wheat ,und bnrloy,
iilinost ready for the harvest, furnish
inviting fields for the ravenous pests,
tho end heads and stalks of
tho crops being speedily dovourod.
Handlers in tlio path of the oncoming
grasshoppers have attempted to swerwi
the course ot the pests property
by building fires and nlso by running
long Feries of furrows through
which water is allowed to flow.
Fruit trees in the central counties
have buffered some, but tho greatest
dsmugo )s being dono to grain, potatoes,
vines nnd vegetables.
BRIDE COMPOSES HER
OWI MARRIAGE VOWS
AND OUTS OUT "OBEY"
Will other brides follow the marriapo
ceremony comppsed by Miss Flora
,Dart of St. Paul for her marriage
to Nath.iniel J. l'oiisettc, thq nrtlstl
Instead of ho ordinary marriage
tho follriwtiiff formula, was used:
"Because, according lo your avowed
lienor tnero exists lietween.you n menu
ship genuine enough to warrant a life
long t'ompnnIonhip, nnd n'lovo so deep
and enduring that it justifies a deathless
tiuion of soul and body, I'nm hero
this coning to marry j'oil according to
tho lawk of tho Statu nnd )our own
"Will you, '.Nathaniel J, Pousottc,
and you, ilora Louiso J'art, now signify
by an exchange of rings your will-
mgiios to Jive togotner according to
law, 'and )o endeavor to maintain between
vou thnt lovo and truth and
honor which makes tho stato of matrimony
After the exchange, of rings the serv?
ico concluded: "Siuco you hnvo both
so signified, I do now, in tho name of
(!od, wh'ise law Is lotc, pronounce, jou
husband nnd wifo."
Another rudicul departure is tho fact
Ujit tho brido elects to be known as
Mrs. instead of Mrs.
WOMAN'S BOARD OF MISMONS.
The antiuiil meeting of the Woman's
Board of Missions of Central Union
Church will bo held in tho chapel today.
mo morning session will open hi
half pas.t ten o'clock, the afternoon
nt half riast ono'and luncheon
will bo rerved in the Parish Uou.su ut,
a(quartcr after 'twelve.' ,
h if- ji ifjtW 'MBiHHKiiiiiiiiiil
Fair Plaintiff In $2.ri,000 Breach of Promtso Suit, whoso coming wedding to
new lovo will probably put an cud to sensational civil action.
Cupid nnd Ocorgo P. Thielen, tlio ori.
glnnl Bull Mooser of Hawaii, have
patched up tho shattered heart of Mrs.
Sadlo K. Stewart and accordingly n mo'
tlon was filed jesterday afternoon In
tho circuit court by Judgo Ocorgo A.
Davis, attorney for Mrs, Stewnrt, asking
that tho $-'.'i,000 breach of promise
suit against Charles Bruco Poster bo
set aHiile. Mrs. Stewnrt explains thai
slio beeamo engaged to the former reporter
of Judge Whitney's department
of tho circuit court on last Saturday
evening and announces that sho and
MfiKtieJcn will bo mnrrlod -within
Potter, whom Mrs. Stewart ollowod
from San Francisco after ho had been
married on tho Coast, Is supposed to
liavo departed with his bride last
day on the Persia eif route to Japan.
It is said that Potter has closed out
his business here, which consisted of
tho agency of thcDcnlo firo alarm system,
and that ho has iiiailo definite
plans, to mnko a business tour of tho
"Found a Man," Say's Happy Woman.
"I huvu found a man with a capital
M," said Mrs. Stewnrt yesterday, in tho
ollico of her attoruoy, Ocorgo A. llavls.
"Ho is Ocorgo P. Thielen, nnd for his
snko I havo seen fit to dismiss my
breach of promiso action against Potter.
1 havo just signed tho petition
for dismissal nnd Oeorgo has hied himself:
down tu tho judiciary building for
mo to file it with tho circuit 'court.
"I want it understood that 1 did
not bring the suit ngninst Charles
Bruco Potter for tho money that wns
in it. I wanted to iiinltu an oxamplo
of him, so that tho professional heart-breakers
of "Honolulu would think twico
ero they misled a trusting woman. It
wns an action to vindicate my own character
in Iho affair, if to somo minds It
needed vindication, nnd to jmniali him,
"Bruco Potter's behavior throughout
CLI'.VHLAND', 01iIo, JiIiio 3. (Associated
Press, Cable) Put away tho
dolls and tho play dishes; throw out
tho Teddy, Bears nnd tho Woodfow
Possums; tho children of Cluvelnpd
aro renl,"llttIo. nlothers" now, and
henceforth will bo satisfied with noth
ing in tho imitation baby line, They
will Insistupoti 'tlio real tiling,
""yesterdnyj llvo hundred
a,1 iin.l lm.tiiutnllnil llltln frlrlii In tllft
public schools, took their first leffon(
in infant hygiene nnil began 'flio prac
tical sitiuy oi luuiies una now iu eiiru
for them.. A livo baby was tho
POSTOFFICE THIEF . .
ADMITS HIS GUILT
tlregorio Aubalj who was indirtod by
the federal grand jury, yesterday
Jpdgn .Dole of thu United States
district court pleaded guilty to tho
charge of having broken into the IClpa.
liulu postoflice ba Maui, Time for passing
sentence wns indefinitely postponed.
I)o:ningo Hartlsta, who was indicted
on tho Minn charge us Aubal, is to
enter hUplen in Judgo Dole's department
of the United States district, court
this morning. Tho absoneo of any Filipino
Interpreter to traiislato Bartista'a
pica yesterday caused tho court
tho sase until today, 41
this preliminary notion has shown to mc
at last in its true light tlio cruelty of
his disposition. He waited tho limit of
the twenty Hays tlio law allows him cro
ho filed his answer to my complaint
In the circuit court, Saturday noon.
Then, acting ns his own attorney, ho
denied uvery truo statement 1 Lad
To Wed Ocorgo Thielen.
"I beenmo engaged to Oeorgo last
Saturday evening, rhavo found u man,
truo and good and sterling, Wo will
be married within a fuw days. I can.
liot.stato exactly tho date, but it
will "occur beforo tho end of tho
yrcck. Wo have planned to mnko our
homo in tlio Thfclcn residence on Pacific
"Under all those! circumstances, and
ill view of Oeorgo's lovo for mo, 1,
illil not think it advisnliiu to continue
tho suit for breach of promise. I do
not think it would ho right to Oeorgo
that these letters tho odious Potter
wroto to me should bo aired in public.
Hut 1 know Qeorgo etlrely could
stand thnt test. Ho is a real man. But
I thought it for the best, in my new
found happiness, not to xcek revenge
or oen to try to mnko an example ot
Judgo Davis, Mis. Stewart's attoracy,
said that Mrs. Stowart's dismissal uf
tlio breach of promise suLf lind "the
full strength of -is concurrence,"
".Mrs. .Stownrt will bu tho wito of a
good man wiUiin a fow days," ho went
on, "and In tho Intorest of both parties,
I thought it best that tho action
should bo discontinued. I advised Mb.
Btownrt in thtg respect. Her dismissal
today of all further action in tho breach
of promiso suit meets with my distinct
tind hearty approval."
Thielen was ouo of iho first apostles
of tlio Progressive Party in tho Islands.
Ho hns been a roporter in Judgo Whitney
's department, of tho circuit court,
ami is well known in Honolulu. Ho
last appeared In tho! limelight when
somo miscreant slew his pet, bear and,
later, whilo Thielen was following up
some clews, returned au.l stole tho hide.
Minding ' the Baby
ject of tho demonstrations. A tench
cr presented tho infant to the va'
rious classes mifl went through tlio vn
rious operntlons demanded by the
The child was undressed, given a bath,
carefully dusted over with talcum nnd
then tucked away, botthi in thu' crib,
to As cadi operation was
performed, explanations of tho how and
the why wcro given nnd u list of
Therp was great rejoicing anions the
.hundred "littlo inothcre'i tvhon'
tlio baby curled up' its legs in its 'crib'
and went to sleep without any prejp,
miliary rocking or walking.
att'd J'resi 'Cabin) Undo Sam's move
for universal peneo has been accepted
in principle by Japan, according to
notification piado to day by Ambassador
Chlnd'i to Secretary of Stato
Bryan, who promulgated tho plan n
few wieks ago, It has already bocn
announced thnt eight other nations
lime assented tp the plan, which provides
for tho submission of nil disputes
to an interuudbnal cotirt beforo thcro
in any retort to war.
Four Hundred .Dead Af(er
Opening fray of the
KIj PASO, Texas,. Juno 3. (By Associated
Pioss havo just
reached hero or! tho flofcest engagement
between tho Constitutionalists and Federals
which has bcon fought slnco tho
overthrow' df Mnifcfo by tho
forces. Tho battlo ha- been on for
hours,cach sidq being m
force, with tho Constitutionalists tho
aggressors. . , u
Thu "oil era Is aro entrpnehod beforo
tlio city, of Chlhuahun( sov'ral thoitsapd
Strong. Tho Fedornls, numbering moro
than twelvo tliousand, nro attempting
to tnk0 tho capital by storm. Doth
side,) hnvo machino guns and ihe defenders
nro further nrmcil with field
According to the reports last night,
tho dead already numbor over four hundred,
with tho Tfoundod twico t)iat
niilliy. Tiio reliels nr'e attacking
and tho Federals aro holding
tu their position grimly. Neither sido
has secured nny viulvftntngo.
Tlio flghtiiiii.' '$vl'ilM)1? resumed this
morning, , (.'.
SACIlAAir.NTO, Juno 3.
Press Cublo) that this Is a most
prosperous summer so far for -California
Is shown 111 tho list of new automobiles
registered with tho Stato registration
bureau Dilrlng the indntlt of May three
thousand scc!l hundred ntul ninety-eight
machines of vnrious makes wcro
entered in tho records, representing an
investment of $750,(100.
AND MONEY BlttS
WASHINGTON, Juno 8. (By Asso-slated
Press; Onblo) Tho houso Demo--rats,
In caucus yosterdoy, 'decided that
io legislation will bo attempted at this
ipcclnl session of congress other than
that already announced. T)io program
of tho session will bfa confined from
now mi to tho onactjiient of n
Iteform Hill and, to ttho passage
f any emergency appropriation bills
Ahich may bo found necessary for tho
profier carrying on of the government.
WHITE SLAVE PAOBE
It was reported yesterday that the
federal grand jqry lint taken up tho
Investigation bf tho Notley Danco Hall
located in Kukut street. TIub actlo;i,
If n liiiltiivml. tu itlitH . ,l.
expojo pf conditions existing In that
jilatri as jiublished., 'In Tj10, Advertiser
Sunday morning and again, yesterday.
yuufcu .ii.imuy Wu a., witness oeioro
tho federal ,body yesterday. It is re.
ported that tho judgo of tho juvcnila
court told df tho, numerous complaints
against this hall rbjplj havo been filed
In his court. Other, -witnesses wcro
also spinmopcd but'.thor nature bf their
testimony is not. given. It is understood
thnt other, witnesses, probably
somo of. tlio youmrigW.patrons of the
place, iijay bo Bumnioned, today. If it
can, bo cstabliHheeUthaUany. feature of
,11m whilf) slave violated
in tho danco
ments will bo roturnod.'
Tho only authority fof closing tho
hnll, it is said, rests with tho city
tho having a
to operate frohiithe city. Polite
jurisdictlou extends 'Slniply to seeing
that tho hall is conducted in an orderly
Itcv. A. A. Ebersole ailnounceil Sunday
that ho would; ttia in )n Investigation
of tho placonha help in every
tt'nv tO llUVQ itfclosnd'a)iniilil'i.n,lllnn
I tviiprnnl fc X tt
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