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VOL. VI., NO. 128 HONOLULU, '- HAWAII TERRITORY, 'Rlim, JlNJi SWU VH'.KKL'. WHOLE NUMBER 382
Democratic Leaders Say That
Free tistill do Unscathed
Through Caucus and Then
PRESIDENT WILL WIN
ALL ALONG THE LINE
Predicted Now That Only Two
Senators 'Will olt Party and
Stick Out in 'Opposition to the
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
Washington, .imm r (Special
lo Tilt; Advertiser)- President
Wilson's 'position in support
of free wool, free sunnr and free
eattle seems to grow stronger as
the 'day of the senate caucus
draws nearer. The tariff bill will
be put to the acid test there, and
party leaders now feel that the
President 's stand will be supported
almost unanimously hy the
There is a possibility that not
more than two Democratic senators
will oppose the bill to the
Free shoes, free lumber, free
agricultural products, free wo6l
and free sugar as provided in the
Underwood hill arc to stand, the
administration leaders declare,
and the prob(ihjlityo,f any amendments
in the siimitu to those items
Ar.my and Navy Orders
(Hy Federal Wireless" Telegraph.)
"WASHINGTON, Juno 5. (Special lo
The Advertiser) Army orders: First
I.ieut. Oinali 11. Quade, Sledieal Corps,
to Hot Springs, Arkansas, Army and
Navy General Hospital.
Acting Dental Surgeon Albert It.
White, Texas City, Texas, to Fort Dcs
First l.ient. Tho. A. Clark, Coast Artillery
Corps, Bostou, to l'ort Monroe.
Second I.ieut. iXavIcr F. lilanrelt,
Seentli Infantry to fort Leavenworth.
Capt. (Jeorgo V. itnXrell, Fifth
trnnsterred to SeeuteentU Infantry.
T.icut. !'. I). Burns to leave.
Lieut. 13. I). Alniy, from the V. S.
S, Pittsburg to await orders.
Knsign H. A. Wuddiugton from tlie
U. 8. S. Pittsburg to'U. H. S. Alert.
Knsign F. II, Luclicl from U. S. S.
Colorado to IT, S. H. Pittsburgh
Assistant Surgeon W.. II. Halscy to
U. S. S, Montgomery.
f Murine Corps,
LleutColC. di Long, to Marino Barracks
at Washington j,o Advanco Baso
Capt..B. Y. Ilhra, Marino Barracks,
Washington,. to Marino recruiting office,
Captain TI. O. Smith, Naval Disciplinary
Burraahs, Port lioyal, to tlio U.
Cait. N PVnlto, Camp Elliott, Tana-ma.
to Marino Barracks, Washington.
Hrst Lieut. A. A. Baclcola, Marino
Barracks. New York, to tho U. S. 8.
first Lieut. 0. B. Matthews, from tho
V. S. S. Ithodo Island to 'tho Marino
First I.ieut. John Mnrston, Marino
Barracks at Norfolk, Virginia, tot tho
Advance Ba'o School, Philadelphia.
A cable the Guide, last
night stated that the American Schooner
Ariel, which left Honolulu May 10,
arrived at Aberdeen yesterday.
1 TO' LEIHE
Whether the matter of the governor-
ship be nettled or not, "nomo of those
who havo been In Washington inMhe
,. , . , .
matter are winging their way homo to
Honolulu. Bert Klveuburg, who has
been the right hand man of G. J.
Waller in Ills candidacy, left Washington
on Tuesday for Honolulu. Tho fact
of, his leaving, coupled with othor news
that has come to Honolulu, leads somoiritory was directly offered to Jtr. 'Kin
to the opinion that Mr. Willer has been
definitely settled upon ns Governor.
Another Item of interest reached tho
city yesterday, namely, that ) A. Kin
T TO L
Discovers "Insidious" Lobby Is
Fed on Sugar, Wears Wool
and Carries Insurance.
(Hy Federal WlrelrM Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, Juno !i. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) "President Wilson's
charge that a powerful and insidious
lobby is fighting desperately to defeat
the Underwood Tariff Bill has been
' This was tho declaration this after,
noon of -Senator Lee S. Overman of
North Carolina, chairman of tho
which 'probed deeply into tho
President's allegation by the examination
of United States senators.
Overman announced that the investigation
probably would bo oxtended
oer ten days originally specified in tho
Cummins1' resolution. Senator Overman
asserted that the sixty-five senators already
examined had proved conclusively
that there aro at least three, specialized
lobbies wool, sugar and insurance
method within their means to
defeat certain provisions contained in
tho tariff measure.
(By federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CHICAGO, fl. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) .tack Johnson was in a
happy frame of mind today, despito hist
rcntenee of one vear in tho penitentiary
and a fino of tJUOO', for violating the
Mann White. Slave Act.
lie is confidant of finding Fomo loop-hole
VI am not in prison yet," said Johnson.
"Anyway a year is not so bad, if
it comes to a point where 1 have to go,
I will bo as good a sport as any of
them in taking what is handed mo. Jack
Johnson was built for rough wear.
'' WORK-IN VANCOUVER
(By Feiferal Wireless Telegraph.)
VA.NCOnvr.It, Juno fi. (Special to
Tho AdverfWr) Tluee mnhked mon
perpetratod one of tho most during robberies
over carried out hero when they
held up a street car in South Vancouver
and relieved i oniinctor J. Morrow or
about iSOO.OO and mado their escape.
They havo not yet been captured.
BOSS COX IS NOT
GUILTY OF FRAUD
CBv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CINCINNATI, Juno i!. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Geo. II. Cox, onco
bos of Cincinnati; Q. II. Davis, N. S.
Keith, P. II. Williams and A. V.
by instructions of Jndgo Caldwell,
weio acquitted today of charges nf
ing fraudulently abstracted n uoto for
t.152,000 from the Cincinnati Trust Com-I
CAPITAL FOR HONOLULU
ney Is to become a member of the
"Come Back Club," and will reach
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'noma or the illiclmiua. Word that
. le is oll vAy ia accompanied by
nes that he intends to reengage in
law piacuxo in ine. icrntory.
It is a fact, attested bv several who
havo breu, in Washington or In close
touch with what has been going on
thero, that the governorship of tho Tor
ney bv President Wilson, durinir one
of Kinney's and Kuhio's calls on the
Chief Magistrate, and that Mr, Kinnoy
uuuy iu cuueiuer u
nas liQTtg yQQfex.en&e with,
Tells President at First Hand Why. Japan is Islbt
&Mi$hedWth America's StartM&m' '
the California Law
(Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, June "to" The Advertiser) Vrosideht Wilson heard at first hand this
afternoon, jnst what arTTthe olijeclioils of the government of .Japan against the; Webb Land
Imw, recently nKsed by the California!! legislature.
Acting- under the direet orders
dent Wilson and presented to him
foreign office at. Tokio. The ambassador announced that he appeared 'as a personal repiesentative of
the Emperor and was conveying to' the President n personal message from tins Mikado.
Nothing was giveii out at tho White House or T,lie Japanese embassy last night as to the trend
of the discussion between the President and the ambassador, which
lio disposition at either plncc'to discuss tho matter,1 lior' to intimate
or what Jind been agreed to, it any'thing was.
The state department declined
in going over the head of Secretary Bryan to take up the matter of the diplomatic adjustment of HUT nfllCflril I ft
the American-Japanese differences with the President, nor would the department officials intimate iinrjl I rlllillliu 1 1 V
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"V ?va whimi 'i iiiu jumuu.su mm' in irjiiy i" mi' ii' m ntuii iw mi- uuunu
protest of the Japanese. That the'Jnpanese'note announces that the reply of America to the pi'ofest
is "unsatisfactory" is generally known' from cabled information from Tokio, but the text has not been
made public and the exaet grounds for tlie dissatisfaction expressed are unknown to the public.
TAKING NO GHEE
v 5' 1 ...
Senate Defers Arbitration Treaty
'Action, While Controversy
(By IVdoral Wirefess Telegraph,)
WASHINGTON', June 5. (Special to
Tho Adertiser) llencwala of arbitration
treaties with Great Britain, Italy
and Spain, nbout to expire, were
reported today by the foreign
I latioim tho ucnate.
upon oDjcction or senator Chamberlain,
who contended that a renewal of
the arbitration treaty with Great' Britain
might compel submission of tho
Panama Canal tolls controversy to Tha
Hague, the lenato today temporarily'
postponed action on tho renewals of all
An extradition treaty with Paraguay,
almost, if not absolutely, the last placo
iu the world where, an American criminal
now is afo from justice, also was
Menator Bacon's billi, to raiso tho legation
at Sfldrid to an embassy, and
create separate legations for Uruguay
and Paraguay, were approved. Tho
proposed canal treaty with Nicaragua
was not discussed.
"NEARLY A 'year
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, .Tune C (Special to
The Ailrertiser) Tho British
eminent' has decided to Jay down
threo battleships of its next year's
naval program immediately, In-
stead of next March, as originally
intended. , .
"HUMAN TIGER" HAS
A GOOD, STRONG PULL
'(Bv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
S.U'HAMENTO. Jium to
The Advertiser) -Governor .IoIiumoii toi
iiny granted a reprieve. until Juue 'll
to Jacob Oppenhcimer, known us tha
"human tlgor," scheduled to be hanged
at Foljom Prison tomorrow,
TWO KILLED WHEN
'PLANE' TURNED TURTLE
(By Federal Wireless Toleuranh.)
BUC. Franee. JUno C fSnecial to
The Advertiser) Aviator Bernard anil
a, passenger wero killed todajr 'when
liernuru'j uipiane to mod turtle in midair.
ATWOOD WDjL TRY
EBBS FLIGHT AGAIN
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SANDUSKi. Ohio. June 5. (Hiiecial
to The Advertiser) Aviator Atwood,
who nearly came to grief yesterday, in
a (light planned to cross lako Erie,
from Amberatburg, Obtario,
win inane nnotner try next .Monday.
DAUGHTER " OF GOVERNOR
KIPI' CALLED' BY'DiiATH
V 'j i
Bcath yesterday claimed Mr. Hattio
Knwr.iauul Kaniakao I'nopufi, the wife
of John H. Defrics of Pjinloa,
Sl..vdlcd at Kniinnki.
She was-a, daughter of 8. Kini. Gov
ernor of tho Island of Hawaii, under
the monarchical regime, uml Nihoa.
She waa born at Uilo, on. April 11,
iHU4. . ,
Tho" body will bo embalmed In. Ilono-
nulu and sent to Hilo next week for
nurlal in the family plot at the Haili
flersona Message from Mikado,
of his Emperor, Yoshihito, Ambassador Cbiuda called upon Presi
personally the full text of the
to discuss in any way the action
MUST TIGHT TO
- ' HOLD HIS OFFICE
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PEOVISIONAL PRESIDENT irtJEBTA
AT REPEATED DEFEATS
MAY TAKE HELD
Only One Important City Between
Advancing Rebels and tho
Capital of Republic.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
MUX I CO t'lTV, June r,. (Speclul to
Tho A'dwirtiser) Only ouo Federal
Htronghold Tlnxcnla today stands
Constitutionalists uml Mexico
City, us a reason of the dccisiu de
tent of the Fedur.il troops at JapaU
lunt night. r
General Kniilio Zapata, the insurgent
chieftain, in advancing on Tlaxcala and
u ilespnrnto vlash i-v expected hourly.
Dismayed oor the continued re
verses ol his troops, Provisional Presi
dent HuorlA, it was stated this after
noon, is preparing to rush to tho front
and take personal command,
SEVERAL ME. OUT
At the next regular meeting of tho
Hnimir board of MiiMrvisnrsjiit in rf
pected Hint u ilccdaor'to Charles K;
Mugnlre, its conntyi auditor, will
MciunWiilo tho ollico will bo
run under the niiwrvision of Deimty
Auditor Ben II. Brown, Jr.
AJtnougu Mnguiro hud been nsked by
the board to resign and Impeachment
proceeding." had oven been threatened
against' lam some weeks ago in case
he fail t'd to sten out of olllce. ho only
Handed in his resignation Wednesday,
ailer lie . linil pleaded . guilty to einliez.
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rvrjueui. cimrj:tf ituu jiruciicoiiy cuni
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Japanese note, cabled rVom the
was a lengthy one. There wan
m any way what had been said
of the Japanese representative.
AS AN AMBASSADOR
President Selects Thomas Nelson
Page to Represent America
at Italian Court.
WASHINGTON, Juno 0. (Associat
ed Press Cable) President WHmiu
nnnounced that' ho had selected
ThimiaH Nelson P.ige of Washington,
tho well-known Southern author and
lawyer, as the United States ambassador
to Italy, which. cgst 'ia,l
Announreineiit whs also nndo of tho
selectiun of Henry Alorgeiithau to bo
ambassador to Turkey, lo succeed William
ITALY LIBERAL FOR
(By Federal Wircles, Telegraph.)
BOMi:, June fi. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
The Italian chamber of deputies
tod ly approved an appropriation
of 1.100,000 for Italy's participation In,
the Bxpositlou in Han
Fraiii'ibco iu 1IUC.
Fugimurn, a Japanese carpenter,
is in the hospital with a broken
Kiel., the result nl n Ihirtvfoot
full jesterdny afternoon. With si 1
companion, Ivato, he was on the
roof of a house nt Puuloa, tack.
ing on shingles. According to Knto,
Fiigimufu walked along the edge
of thrt roof and went over it whjm
his foot slipped,
DRILLI IN ULSTER
BKI.FAWT, Ireland, Juno 1. Tbe
government has instructed thu heads
of Hie various constabulary districts' in
Ulster to obtain information with regard
to thu drilling going on ill tho
Thu police nre sHcinlly directed to
discover whether army pensioners, or
territorials, or volunteers aro uctlug as
instructors; whether Orimgemeu, or
liiuuiibt;iclub men, or both, from the
squads and battallonij'vyhelTich the
manual e.xurcise is conducted with riltes
or blackthorns, and whether tho directions
employed aro regulation (lerinan
or Swedish, The Information, when obtained,
is to bo reported upon by tho
intelligence men, and tabulated by the
odlcers of the constabulary. ,
Commehting on 'this, one of tlio
north of Ireland papers remark,?,
that it is scarcely worth while trpudlng
tno cousiaouiary to niscnvr ,ipq inci
thai; 200,000 rnen jyp., drilling overy
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UlLllli Ul IIIU IlLUIll UU3Wlllli;il puuucryi
and . vtt0n j .. wAhyYu - ...... iirsiA.w.'a.i
vantago to mo govcrninoni to Know it,
I cvoryuouy eise is awaro tuai niiout u.
P,er c,c,nt ?' them uro OruiiKcmen, and
tho otucr co l,er CCIlt Unionist clubmen;
70 .',?r f''.'"1 of ,them aro nlri'llJJ'
jnrmod -Villi rillcs which they know how
. to use, aiu that the instructors aro
former members of the Kngllsh army
Iu short, that tho covernment may ns
well recognize the fnrt that, whatever
now happens, it will bo connirouted,
not by a mob, but by n properly nrmed
land drilled body of 200,000 men, which
I will constitute an urniy.
A small army of office seekers has
now come. into the field fur tho auditor-1
ship, which puvs $2000 n year. Among'
the, applicants ore Nathan C. Willfongtrt,iat
Hawaii's former tax assessor and an
accountant of no menu
Cook, bookkeeper nf the Hilo Knilrond
Company, and Fzckic Vlcira, cashier
nf thu Itito 1 rnnrh of the Honolulu
Brewing & Malting Company. It is
also expected tlmt Deputy' Auditor
Brown will bo an applicant for pro-
w rate nouse
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AMBASSADOR, COUNT OHINDA.
Whcro' Wholesale Murder
Seems the Proper Thing.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
U)Nl)ON. Juno fi. (Special to Tho
Advirtlser) The poisoning of two reservoirs
nt Helloiiiline, uenr Bradford, is
ulurged today to milllaut snurngcttcs.
Dyeing ehemlenls wero used. More
than S0,000,000 gallons of water will
be iiecess.iry to clean tho roservoirs,
nuil this will entail gient expense.
DERBY INTERLOPER HAS
BARE CHANCE FOR LIFE
LONDON, Juno fi. (Spoclal to Tho
Advertiser) Miss Fmlly Davidson, tho
siill'ragctto who w.ia trampled yesterday
vvlien she tried to grasp King Oeorgo's
Jiorso Aiuner, ns ho ran in tho Derby,
1b reported today to havo :i baro chanco
of recovery. If the patient recovors,
she will be prosecuted to the limit of
thu law. Investigation slioivs that she
is an honor graduate of tho London
University mid prominent In scholastic
Herbert Jones, King flcorge's Jockey,
who was injured when Miss Davidson
wired his mount, is recovering.
Bead In connection with tho wireless
despatch to The Advertisor from
Krgiiia, Saskatchewan, yesterday, tho
following) finin the latest number of the
Army mid Navy Iteglster is of particu
"The belief prevails at honle that
thu water i.m be let into thu eaual at
almost any time now," mvu the
"and tint war vessels can be by
some iniaiifl lakeii through tho Isth
'This is nn entirely erroneous Impression,
It is impossible to estimate
when the canal will be iu readiness to
ri'ceivo n battleship; for example, the
eaual might be Hooded so us to admit
one or two very light dr.ift vessels, or
Vessels which could bo poiitooned, so
as to take them through the eiiiial
g.inlless of the lack ol depth of water.
It will be nut of the question, however,
to take through a battleship, which is
of heavy diait. under the most favor
able (oudilluiis. The premature use of
the eanul lu this way would bo of. tho
most temporary diameter, and there
would ulways bo tho liability of Interruption
of the lussage from slides and
other imforbccn and iiiicuntrolablo ob
structions. Besides, tlie uso of thu
eanul under such circumstances would
only be .instilled under tho gravest of
'"I liN situation indicates very clearly
that there s ntucli wprk for the
members of thu cnjinl commission to
do, notwithstanding President Taft's
conclusion last January that tho labors
of tho commission might bo regarded
ns tcruuutcd nt that time. Four
months afterward there is a total force
of 1(0,000 meii employed on thu canal,
which is tho largest. force at any timo
siuio tho work begun, nnd there,
bo expended $10,000,000 on
1 "Those who believe that tho commission
should bo continued base thoir
contention on the ground that, In view
of the problems and dilllculties which
mny yet arise, it Is only just to tho
mcmljors ot tho commission tlmt they
be on the ground to meet tho situation
ns, those best frualidcd to cope with new
questions and, if necessary, to protect
their reputations from thu criticism of
siieeesMirs who leave nut hud the
of. .the origjuaj work. Another
vital reason fur continuing tho
lommisbiuii is the ndvautpa and protection
afforded to tho gu(i irnmeut. '
In Parliamentary Riot a Former
Premier Is " Out Down With
Saber and Members Engage in
TODAY TROOPS GUARD
APPRO ACHES. TO BUILDING
Partisans of Promicr von Lukacs,
Who Resignod'With Hia Cabi-net,
Swear Vehgeanco on Tho3o
Who Drew the Sword.
(By Federal Wtrolesa Telegraph.)
HPUAPl'ST, Hungary, Juno 5.
(Siiecinl to Tlio Advertiser)
Ciiviilry, infaiitry nn(l machine
guiiM arc juardiiig the ajlproaclti'S
to the pni'liaincnflniildiiiK to prevent,
if possible further disturbances
such ns yesterday; which resulted
iu a bioody riot in the
chamber of dcpuliwi ns'n prelude
to (lie resignation of Premier Dr.
vOn Lukiics "mil his cabinet.
Intense indignation ' is gcnernl
.limine opponents of militarist
fact fou over an assault by C'.iplaiii
Ocroc, coinniandant of tlio fiiiiM,
On Count von Hedervary, a former
premier. Qeroc struck the
Count over tha Head with his
saber, during the 'worst commotion
in moriths'm 'th6 chamber.
Count von IledorYary was ..badly
jut and 'and
those of von Luliacs swcar vengeance.
Says British lire Treating His
People Shd io(ully and Ho
Wants It Known.
Conspicuous on tho streo'ta the Tiast
couplo of weelm lias been a swnrthy,
lieavily.iiiustni.heil nnd inh.ii,
wearing a long govvu of. heavy,
(.ilk, carrying" aK neatly furled
umbrella and hatless. This is the
Dhunimpala, ri Bu4dist mission,
ary, en route loi.his. ;liolne lu Ceylon
Iruiii the Parliament held
at Chliago, wlicru, ho represented those
of Buddhist faith. Ho Is stopping oft
in Hawaii to study tho school system
uml Ictrnwhat Americans are doing
for tho liVown and .yellow- race hero.
lln will iro from Inrn . tn ,m
what thu .lapjnese pro doing for tho
raco they have conquered i from thence
to the Philippines to studv tho
can colonial system, mid from thence
to .laVU. to llOlO whtlt tltn Ttnlnl. tint...
and aru accomplishing for tho Javanese.
is no interested iu tho
Ho is gathering this in format ion lu
order that llU lllllv trn In (lr.'.nf llril.iln
uml shame the British with a compari
son oi wiiat ouiers nations tire doiug
for the uplift of conquered races with
what tho British aro doing iu Coylon
According to Hip Iliiugarika which
means "tho man who has renounced his
own" the British colonlul government
and the British rubber ,i1nnfnvo i.. pnv.
lou are everything they should not be,
in iu inu uuiiniiuu missiouarios are doing
nothing towards tho uplift of tho
people except preuoh tho doctiup.iflf
and tench. their converts that
they must bo content with tho prospects
of Abraham's bosom in tho hereafter
und neither ask for nor expect anything
on this earth, which belongs to
the white men nnd particularly the
British white man. "
The Hnaguriku's object in llfo is to
secure a school system for Coylon. The
British government, hoas, clpsed all
tho Buddhist templo schools bocause in
them was taught patriotism, aud has
giveu as substitute misqrably supported
public schools, Tho average pay of
tho teachers is flvo dollcra a month,
"and jou cannot get-a very good teach,
er for that salary," )i0 Says. For tho
threo million population lu Ccylou, only
about as much is spent on schools as
Hawaii spends for its two hundrod
Tho Buddhist missionary says that
for somo timo ho has' boon receiving
heln from . . Mrs. Mni,. t4... ti.
J .utc, ul nil-
wan, thanks to whomho has been ablo
tu d.uh ii jenr vmago SCIIOOIS.
On Saturday evening, tho Ilnagnrika
will lecture on tho roof garden of tho
(Continued on Pago Two.)
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