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vol. vi no. no HONOmr II WWII TERRITORY, TUESDAY. JULY 1. !' -1 Ml W I I M.Y. WllOt.ti NUMBER 3828
Senate Finance Committee Agrees
to Amendment by Which Pur-chases
under Payne-Aldrich Bill
Can Be Disposed of Before Reductions
Start Free Sugar to
Start May, 191G.
WINE MENJfl PAY OUT!
Another Amendment Is Adopted
Which Would Put a Stamp Tax
on All Cotton Sold for Future
Delivery Adjusts Rates on Articles
Referred Back by
WASHINGTON, .lime 110.
(Special to The Adveitiscr)
Postponement of the diite on
which the, new sugar tnrifl" shall
fro into effect' until March 1, 11)14,
and a change of the date when the
income tax shall ho operative from
January 1 to March 1, were agreed
on by a majority of the members
of the senate finance committee
today in advancing the (Jale when
the proposed rale of a cent a
pound on sugar shall be applied.
The committee did not amend
the schedule to affect the 'provi.
aion that M'gar shall go on the
free list May, 191(1.
nmendment which Would put a
stamp cottnn'sold for
' The members declined to reconsider
the action in repealing the
action of 1890 which released wine
manufacturers fiom payment of
the full internal revenue duty on
brandies used in wines, and adjusted
seveial rates on articles referred
back by the Democratic
Extension of time on th" sugar
schedule, Chairman Simmons announced,
was agreed to m order
that sugars purchased under the
rate can b dis
posed of without the handicap of
the effect of reduced tari'ir rates.
HI M1TG1V SI BOY
Chief of Detectives McDufflc and Deputy
Sheriff Kellctt left for Wahiawa
at twelve-thirty o'clock this morning
in response to an excised messngo sent
to police headquarters that a man, believed
to bo a soldier, had shot a boy
and then made his escape.
neither the name of the man who did
tho shooting nor his victim were given.
Tho ollicors later made every effort to
get In touch with the deputy sheriff or
others at "Vabiavva but without success.
Tho only information that could
bo secured was that the lad had been
shot o er the heart and would probably
die. McDullie und Kellctt left in an automobile
BIG SHORTAGE FEARED
V ,1 1
SAN ritANCISCO, Juno 30. (Spo
einl tto The Advertiser) It was slated
today that Attorney Prank Madison
had threatened to swear to n warrant
charging John II. Speck, tho realty
innu who is missing, with
of trust funds oftho Frank
estate, of which l.c is Executor.
Tho Merchants' National Hank
also holds notes said to bu backed b
doubtful securities to the. Weitern
Hank, aggregating $30,000.
Despatches Say Watson Will Be
Governor By End of the Week
yjiosp Friends' Dclievp VUH Uc Named
- - of Present
LEADING DEMOCRATS RECEIVE MEB&AO&S SAYING THAT
ATTORNEY'S NAME WILL BE SENT TO THE SENATE''
AT ONCE WATSON IS DUE TOMORROW.
Confirmation of the, report first
by Tlio Advertiser oil April 28,
that 12. M. Watson would lie appointed
Governor of Hawaii If Ills health permitted
hlin to necept the olllce, wai contained
jit disp itches received by prominent
Democrats jestcrday, stating that
Mr. Watson Jiad been notified of his
appointment, and tlut the President
would rend his name to the ttcnatu at 1
once, not later than thp end of the
week. Mr. Watson is on the Manchuria
which will reach Honolulu tomorrow.
Mr. Watson lias been regarded by
many as the logical candidate for tho
governorship, and it flns been generally
conceded that thcro would Lo no
question of his appointment if Presi
dent Wilson were convinced that his
health was such as to permit of him assuming
tho duties of the office. It is
understood that Watson's health has
improved to an extent, that the
TEI ME PAY TOLL
OF DEATH IN HEAT
(H,v Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CHICAGO, Juno 30. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) Forty seven deaths, ten ot
them today, and scores of prostrations
charges growing out of tho Diggs Ca-of
the hot spell. All Juno 'records fo:
heat were broken at two o'clock this
aftornoon when tho weather bureau
orted the thermometer at 99 degrees
and still rising.
A thunder slOrm promised- for tomorrow
Is the only relief in sight, but it is
predicted tint the liumidldty will de
If Ilia weather forecast materializes
tho temperature may lo ten dtgrees
COMES TD DEFENSE
fllv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON', Juno 30. (Special
to The Advertiser) Defenso of Attorney
(leueral Mcltcyuolds, Secretary of
tabor Wilson mid Immigration Commissioner
Cnmiuctti In connection with
charges growing out of
white slavo cascils voiced today
by Secretary of State Bryan In an
editorial written for the Commoner.
fir Ouvernor of Hawaii liofore Close
President has been covmccd of 'his physical
Democrats' of 'tho city who have kept
clear of the twin menageries
ing under tlui titles of the Democratic,
county committee, huiled the news of
U'ostofday with delight, Watson, it is
known, lias nothing in common with
jllannmi Jack Knlnklel.i nud his associates
who have succeeded in making
a laughing btock of tho party in Ho-
noliihi, und it that as
.Governor, ho would favor a reorganization
of tho party in tho Islands with
I n "view to ilacing it on a respectable
I Informed yostorday that the political
fortunes of his patron had gono glimmering,
Banana Jack, it is said, an
nounced that if tills hero President,
ho no make Link Governor, then wo
call a meeting of thn county commit
tee and read President Wilton and Hi'c
pctary lame out of the Democratic par
ty. I am chairman and I will do it."
AOE NOT DIVULGED
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph)
: WASHINGTON, Juno 30.
(Special to The AiUcrtiser) Tho
government's reply to Japan's re-
cent note xegaVdiug tho
nia land law was coinideted today
and will bo forwardml to tl.,.. To-
kio governent Jjithln n (vv days.
Go eminent officials, howeer, Hut-
ly 'declined to intimate what thof
PRESENTED TO COORT
(Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
ST. I'AUIi, Minnesota, Juno 30.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Hearing
the endorsement of .President Wilson
and Attorney Generil Mclteynolds, the
Southern Pacific merger
plan was presented to tho United States
dUtrut court herejtoday. It provides
for tho deal of MIJ.WO.OOO of the Southern
Pacific stocj;,to the Pennsylvania
railroad and of the Union
Pacific of fl,QO0,Q00 of Italtlmore
& Ohio Hallroail Stock iu return.
piTTI r II ninD;d;cr Masson Falls With
Dill ILL HLUIlU Tifnnh.iriaTrit.nV.nfirn.itsCnrnri
Bulgarians Open" Attack While
Servian Houss Ic .Cosidering
Acceptance of tho Arbitration
Plan Offered by Emperor of
Russia Fate of Padhitlch
Undecided. .' I
PEACE PLANS IE UPSET
Invcdcra Seize Railroad, Extend
Their Attack to Greek Troops,
and Hard Fighting and Heavy
Losses Arc Reported to Excited
TJopulaco at Belgrade.
(Tly Federal Wirctos,i Telegrnph.)
lli:L(lIt.Di:. Serv!n,:jmio 30. (Special
to The AdvijrUser Tho
this morning officii! I ly opened tho
attack on tho SrrMan'troops nloug the
wholo lino in Macedonia. The publication
of the news created, immense excitement.
The Servian Premie? Pachltieh was
addressing parliament In support of his
policy of accepting the arbitration of
fered by the Russian Emperor when tho
news of the lutbreaks of hostilities wus
brought In by an olliclnl o( the foieign
olllce. lie hurriedly went to his ollko.
Thn i.xriffniinnf in t rift linnm. whh mi
great that tho sittfnjjliid to bo
prnded until, tomorrow .mid tho fate
of llib Pachltieh rnbiiiet Jematns
The njiposltlon members demaiul
guarantees that territory in
now held by Servian troops shall
bo nnneted. Jr
The IVilgarlantrqop5 ojvyned their
St two o'elQcK on
uie Kervian advaucod posts beforo Istlp
.und n couple of hours later their nrtlb
lory was irrought into action. Tho
attack gradually swayed until
there was fighting at Hetna, lloukva,
Zlctova, Neogli and Vnlandovon. The
lliilgnrinns !iao sei7cd thn railroad.
Tlie Hulgnrians ulso attacked the
Greek troops along their wholo front,
and largo masses of troops participated
in the fighting, Vihich was of a bloody
Heroes of the Union and of tho
Confederacy Who Were in Fight
That Decided Great War Re
unite Heat Prostrates Many.
(Ily Federal Wiroless Telograph.)
GKTTYSmjItn, Juno 30. (bpecial
to The Advertiser) thousand
veterans of tho Civil War spent today
living over tho terrific battle of fifty
years ago when Generals Mcado and
Leo turned their legions southward
irom tho hills of Gettysburg, Tho physicians
attending tho old warriors arc.
apprehensive, but tho veterans all say
it is not nearly so hot so far as it
was fifty" years ago.
General Bennett Young,
of tho Confederates wus cs'
cortcd to headquarters by a detachment
of tuo bmo and grey veterans. General
A'bors, the Grand Army
is already on tho ground.
Only two hours daily will bo devoted
to any set program, tho physicians fearing
the vetcriuis will be unablo to stand
longer, Tho formal function will take
placo this afternoon when residents
will reach the survivors of
Joi Wheller's cavalry and llufords Union
eaalrymn. Two veterans already
have succumbed to tho heat and fifty
others nro prostrated. It is feared tho
excitement combined with the heat will
result in prostration of others.
By Kahulcn Wireless.
Kahuku wireless was in touch with the
steamer Manchuria last night which will
arrive from San I rancisco at six o'clock
on the morning of July 2, The Mongoliu
at eight o'clock last night reported being
Sgo miles off Honolulu en routo from
Yokohama, It is due to arrive at quarantine
at one o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
All wero reported .vvejl. The
Auyo Mam, nl'o from Yokohama, ro
liorted that it will arrivo in nort Wed-
I ucsday afternoon.
well knnnii in Itmicliilu, who is believed to have lost his Ufa In Mexico,
DARING AVIATOR RECONOITERING OVER SCENE OF SANGUINARY
BATTLE AT GUAYMAS, PLUNGES TO EARTH
WITH AEROPLANE ANT) IS SEEN NO MORE.
(P.3 IVilurnl Wireless Telegraph.)
IIOIKII.AS, Anroni, .lime 30. (Special to The Advertiser) Pears that
Oldie i Murson, the Priuih iniatur, hns been killed or ferionsly Injured are
111 tho lebil rump lit Olinyiiias today, when, ho was under fire while
malting a detour user the country, Miisfoii's aeroplane was seen to hitch and
descend rapidly williin the federal lines. .Nothing has been heard fiom lilm
Tiring from tho garrison coated suddenly about midnight. The rebels fearing
mines, lowexer, made no advance.
Part of the federal garrison ulieii'lV has embarked on the warship and a
trnnsnnrt in thn harbor.
It is llimigl t promimn t lint thn rebels, realizing the country was gone, have
mined the streets surrounding the arsenal and are prepared to ipiiely retreat,
'11m misery from the he-it, famine und disease in tho tumps of both federals
and iusurrcftns, is boud ilcsiripllon.
The rebels marchtd Into the, town l:te Saturday, expecting to take pos
fc'sinn without nmioidtinii Tlmy wure met by n detachment of machine guns
and infantry 1'rlng nt tho federals, lind
the ttioi'ts Thn ciniytitiitiiiiinlii'tH took
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Tim. gunboat in thu harbor
a elosu wero tint uiplestliig nii))vii lUnt the
lccir of. dtiiplr"' slieils touprui.
BATTLE AGAINST WRITE PLAGUE IN TERRITORY
TO BE AIDED BY THE
What is believed wjll be one of the
greatest aids of thu Anti-Tuberculosis
League ami thu board of health iu tho
nork of educating thn people of the
Territory in the combat ngaint thu
Great Whlto Plague will bo inaugurated
next week when moving picture exhibitions
will bo gleu. Complete mining
picture equipment, together with 11 Helios
of films depicting tho work of the
National Society for thn Prevention of
Tulcrculofis was received by the
bureau of tho board of
health last week.
The first exhibitions of the films are
to Lo given nt the Iluwiuiun Opnra
House on tho nights of July 7 and 8.
Hvery settlement of importance In the
entlro Territory will ovcntuully be visited.
Under arrangements' liy Doctor Pratt
and Doctor Sinclair a private' exhibi
tion ot tho iilnis was given at the Upera
House last night Invitations were extended
to physicians, persons interested
in the great health crusade now being
carried on here, members of the board
of health departent. eilitura of the Chinese,
Jnpapese, Korean, Hawaiian,
Pilipiuo, Portuguese, Hnglisli and other
newspapers, and others. Abuul one hundred
persons prominent iu thoaa lines
Among the phvsicjntis In attendance
were Dr. Jnires T. Waysop, Dr. Archibald
N. Sinclair. Dr. John 8. II. Pratt
and Dr, Pnmucl H, Ilarnes,
J. 1!, Gait, president of the Palama
hcttlci'ient Association, as will ns
James A. it'ith, head worker of tho set'
tlcmcnt, were interested spectators to
tho convincing scenes which wero depleted,.
Secretary I'orter. Unci Sanitary Inspector
Charlock, District Punitory Inspector
Porter and most of the mcuil era
of the canitnry forio working nndcr
these ollli'ers Aorc alo there.
Many Ilawaliaiis now attending the
Kawainhan Church meeting were specially
invited. Several women prominent
in health work and other philanthropic
BREDAL COUPLE SEEK ESCAPE FROM NOISY
FRIENDS WHO PURSUE THEM IN AUTOMOBILES
In tho pretty chapel of St
1'piscopu! Mission at half past
eight o'clock last evening, Miss Marguerite
Wallace Councils became the
bride of Mr. George llossman Humphrey,
Canon Usborne of St Clement's
Tho brido was given by her
mother, Mrs. Kenneth Couseus. Tho
maid of honor was Miss Lucysl)iiiioud
and the best man n'Us Fruuk Harris.
imipodlately n bloody battle ragal in,
riifugo iu thu town In n stubborn fight
attamntcd to bombard the retiols, but
gunboat was forced to ceasi, through
efforts accepted tho Invitation to be
Tlio AwnKonlng or .lolm llotnl"
was thu title of one of tho films. The
story Is so strikingly nud convincingly
told that it cannot help but do gouil.
It shows a selfish tenant owner In 0110
of the crowded Hnsteru cities using political
influence to keep from complying
with health regulations, how doatli
nud sulTciiug from tuberculoids resulting
from this neglect follow, and flnully
buV the selfishness of the mnu is
brought homo with telling effect when
his bride fall victim to tho dread ills-,
It is hero that tho work of tho lied
Cross comes In, tho methods being used
to successfully combat tuberculosis nro
shown and finally with health restored
to his bride as well as thosa whom his
selfishness had brought near to death
John II0111I becomes a staunch supporter
of tho health workers.
'"Tin Ited Cross Seal" was another
striking plcturo, as was "Hopo." It
is not necessary to understand
to read theso pictures. They aro
clear and sharp and indelibly impress
those who sen them. That they will do
good in educating tlio cosmopolitan
residents of tho Islands there is no
It 13 tho plan to givo two performances
on each of tho two nights tho pictures
will bo displayed hero next week.
Ai the first performance each night an
admission of twenty-five cents, fifteen
tents and llvo cents will bo charged.
Funds raised in this way, it is hoped,
will aid In paying some of the expenso
of tho exhibit. Tlio second
each lllght will bo freo to every,
one. A lurgo croud is expected at each.
New fftlns will be secured as rapidly
ns the work justifies, Iu addition to
this exhibition It In the plan to also
have films of, a similar nature Included
In the programs of f.iu established photo
President Pratt of the board of health
1ms a largo collection of slides
the snullarv condition of tenement
districts in different portions of the
Territory, These, nlso, will bo shown.
Carl Sehflpfcr and Charles Herbert wCrn
the ushers. I
Following the ceremony there was a
PEARL HARBOR t .
Special Naval Board Submits Ro-port
and Makes Recommendation
That Graving Dock in
Eo Built' Without Dday.
IS APPROVED SY DANIELS
Jit is Expected That Secretary ot
tho Navy, Who Now Has Ro.
ft port, Will Urge "Congress to
Make Appropriation' for' Big
WASHINGTON, llulyl. (By
Associated Press Cable) The spe.
cinl report of the naval experts
in examining 'the conditions
.surrounding the destruction of the
drydnijk at 1'e'arl IInr"bor, containing
the findings und recommendations,
was announced today. The
report recommends thnt the
at lVarl Harbor he constructed
without delay, , v ,
It is probable -that asn. result
of the report, which is in the hauds
of Secretary of thu Navy Daniels,
the latter will uiukQ.it tnovsubjejt
of a special report to congress,
for an appropriation t)p
the urent nnderthkinirtwhich
Wits; defnyed whenhofesslve.sgii.;,
Crete graving yard m'tho
clllc naVal base was destr'oy&ws
fqvv months ago. "
The report deals with tho co.n.
ditioui under which the" drydodk
was built, the geological formation
of tho bay and shore lines, as Wejl
as 11 detailed plan by which it is
hoped the project can bo carried
a successful conclusion. i
(Ily Federal Wiroloss Telegraph.)
LONDON, Juno 30. (Special to Tho
Advertiser) Four mon, arrested while
participating in tho militant suffragette
attack 011 tho official residence in Downing
street of Premier Asquith and
Chancellor of tho Exchequer Lloyd
George, wero brought tip at the police
cotut today and fined ton pounds each,
with the alternative of fourteen days'
imprisonment. A fifth man, who had
taken 11 minor part in tho disturbances,
was lined live pounds or a week in
CASTLE IN SCOTLAND
GOES UP IN SMOKE
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
GLASGOW, Juno 30. (Special to
Tho Advortiscr) nalliklnrain Catl,
nt, llalfron, Stirlingshire, one of the
largest in Scotland, was burned today,
only the bare walls remaining. Tilt'
fire seemed to have beon incendiary,
thu private fire apparatus bad been
rendered useless. The usualrumors are
laying the blamo of the outrage on the I
militant suffragettes. ,
a musical sound ns tho automobile, with
throttle opened wide, sped along King
Then from out of the shadows of side
streets, other aiitos darted in behind
the bridal car. From the interiors earae
walling and screeching, for. in! one of
tho machines was a Chinese band outfit,
played by persons wh knew not the
delicate tones of Chinese muiie. Swiftly
tho pursued machine darted alone
King street out toward AValklkl 85d
ns swiftly did (he pursuers cling to tke
One by one, however, the puriiiert
'dropped out of the race, and s'onn.
reception, after which tho couple stole. tho cans separated from the streamers:
away in an automobile. At least they and the noise quieted down, th'e. honey
thought they were stealing uway but moon machine finally disappeared In
.when tho automobile started a youth tho darkuoss, douled'pn its tracks, and
uttuclud a largo bow of whlto sail cloth t lost the remaining pursuers.
1n the rear of tho machine. The ends The groom is associated with the
the streamers were .decorated with tomobijc departments tha von.
cans of largo dimensions which gave I Young Company. "