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' f ' From S. F.i Wilhelmlna, July 9. For X F.t Lurline-Korea,JuIy 9 From Vanromcr: Zalandla. July 17. For Vancouver: Maram.i, July 1C. - ' '.' V'-:. -1 I " V I - i . v 1 - I - I - - 1 O Q 3 it ii r i I; l:r niiigljull. tln. I-M. m. No! ' "Hawaiian Kt.-.f, Vol. XX., No. C32T. 12 PAGES HON)LUlA;,-TEIil:iTOItY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JULY 8, 1912. --12 PAGES. Pit ICG FIVE CENTS IWBLE WITS! flfpil Elias. Mmmo .v1 s n Bucglar Terrbrizing Residents ' of District in Which He Is Operating U?tectlve8 are looking for a masked raauWlth a black mustuche, who has entered and robbed 'two houses with in the past two weeks, has made sev eral unsuccessful attempts to. enter others, and has keep the residents on Kmrna" street from Gondola Lane no Fern Place In a stat of peiturbation and terror for the past mouth.. Last week this man t robbed two houses, was frightened away -from a third and - has been aeen several . times prowling around the neighbor hood. He is described by those who have caught sight ot him"' as being short,' thick-set and with a black mus tache. He wears a black mask which shields the upper part of his face Li)d seems to make no attempt to tarry oCf Jewelry cr other . valuables' but confines his attentions -to money . His latest appearance was last .Sat urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Crambcrg of Oondola Lane, . with their daughter, left the. house open tnd .attended the reception given to '.Pastor Felmy at IC of 1. hall. Willie Crambery, the seventeen-year-old son, was left in charge of the house. , ruillic Tell a?!ocp. .;Xurmg. his nap ti.e-LojIar c r.tc red" by IKe; front door t-itirJcd'.ttCnced "operation. Frightened by Street Car. - it is Lcnevea that the noise of a Mreet-car "stopping " in. front of - the house frightened him away, for he rok to his heels after grabbing up a f man - leather pocket bo;k which lay on the dining-room table and fled op the street, followed by a good paVt of the neighborhood who had seen the Man' enter the house. With Mrs. .Canario and 'Joseph Mackintosh still in pursuit, he fled (Continued on Pag 3) PEARL EmPiSOR mm is HEM-FAVOR Star-Dulletin. 27.Delay in WASHINGTON, June receiving reports from the secretaries of t War and Navy prevented the House committee -taking action on the delegate's bill granting the .Pearl Ilurbor Traction1 Compun right of way through the T reservation until this week- These reports are in the main fcatisfactorf o the company, it " is understood, ind Scill result in favor able action by the house committee. L. Tenney Peck, who caino on for the hearings, was the pnaci'ial six)kes man in favor of the measure. , ; The Secretary cf War' report ap proved the bill, but suggested Bev jeral amendments regarding the oper ation of the Hue. The Secretary of War favored, the b.iihting of tho road tin to the reservaiUui Im. ut insisted on the extension through the reserva tion should be constructed and ownea ,ty the government. The delegate's bill provides for a " right cf way lrom' the presont ter- irlnus of the Honolulu lino to the naval station and an oxten-ioi -along Ujt channel to Uo locarijn Vf the j't xernmcnt's dock. Importers of Laces- from Por tugal Charged with Under-- valuing the Goods. ;: Tl DWELL BACrC OF, CASE. Persons Implicated Say Mis take Mad6 Through Ignor . ance of Exporter Through what is claimed to be mis understanding instead of attempted fraud, Honolulu Importers of laces have, been Involved in an alleged vio lation, of the customs law and goods valued at close to, a thousand dollars held at San Francscio. :y,. '-, Confiscation of the goods and pros ecution of the consignees is demand ed by the Treasury Agent in the case. F ft. Tranquada and Mrs. J. t P. Melin, of this city, are the parties in volved, according to the San Francis co authorities. San Francisco ,cus toms people held the goods on. the ground that they were undervalued The recent, undervaluation frauds re 1 1 I X V 1. - I J A 1 v L'aieu la hbw. i ur& ,are sum w uave stirred, up the Pacific' Coast action, together with Special Agent W. H. Tidwell of the t Treasury .Department, who has been roving around Hawaii pn the lookout for offenders against tha'custpms regulations. "." ' Tranquada Explains. ' Tranqua'da ', this morning , made a full and straightforward statement to the StarrUuIletin, in -which he says that the undervaluation was made by his brothe? In FunchaU Portugal, who if.arkedtlhd Valuuvlonion ihe- outside of the packages. ; - . : ' 'The goods came by mall ;from Funchal," . said Tranquada this morn ing, ;and Avere held by the San Fran cisco customs authorities. When the packages were received in San Fran cisco, I was asked .to send my Invoice and did so,-the invoice being the true rian icu i ui nunuiuiu uy - prnfinn in I Irninri Mb,i ft - Statutes : i : Enthusiasts AUSTRAtlANS.EXPECTED. PRESENT LAW "HARMLESS. r ....-- '. . ' - V -. " - J . , . ..... ( :. - I VoBjpa.-Pfeh fpjr;i '.Contest ;.; Jn Proposed ' Measure Provides? ; View Of Showing Made . -Hnmnnlchrv r nhnr fnr Rpn- I by Kahanamoku Compulsory Labor for Ben- eht ;of: Spouse ,- rtiin. au iuu;ruavionax swimming meet, . "Wife, desertion,, as at present prac second: In importance only ;to that t feed in the Isfands, appears to be aj now in progress at Stockholm. Is be- very i innocuous;, harmless sort of dl-l ins yiauuea ior uouomiuf ana wunm version," said United States i District the next Tew inonths the fastest Vater Attorney r W Breckons this morn men in the world are likely to be $eon lng, but if should be a serious offense "mT ' , ' ui u ' ' and will .become legally recognized ns The, tentative, plan, which has net sucn lf the next Legislature approve with general Javor among those who, the blll is to be introduced through "r,, w -.in tu uave uie the.effort of the Civic Federation. ; trallan- swimtnJng team - new compet ing in the Olympiad make a stop-over at Honolulu -on the return ' trip and swim against Duke Kahanamoku .arid others in local waters. A; still more sweeping' plah,Vthat of making a .1 Io nclulu, swimming carnival an inter national annual ort biennial event, is behind the present project, for it is argued that Hawaii is the logical com mon jneeting point for Australian ayd "At 'v present about 'the only punish ment a man gets for deserting hfs Wife ia a. divorce, with possibly an alimony clause inserted, and If he happens, as 1 so frecruently the ease," to' have, re moved to some other country or the siaies, ne evaqes tnat clause. 'The bill.thatls to b,e introduced con tain one- of the best measures of its kind I have ever seen. It .was ff ormu- w 0 L i o o-M eter Race To Be R e-s v.ru r. ... . .. . " '. .-Americans Lose s.6o-i; . .... .. .; f . . . ' - - : Relay. For Over-running---Horine Is Beaten American swimmers, and that' Hono- If H by, !?e , American -Bar . Assocla (Ccntinued on Pag't 4) .' 4. FROHi DEATH IW SURF BY SOLDIER Attempted suicide or worse, created a sensation at WalkikI yesterday Just before noon, when a young Hawaiian girl was dragged from the water, put into a hack by a soldier who accom panied her, and taken downtown. ; Eyewitnesses to the affair got no inkling as to the identity of the. two people, r and today it was ' stated f at the hospitals and by the iolice that no report of the trouble had been re ceived: Attention was attracted to the girl art er she had gone into the water, and witnesses . say that apparently she had flung herself into the sea while partly under the 'influence of liquor. The pair are said to have come from the city together. ' There were reports that the girl had beeij thrown into the water, but these could not be confirmed. Sev eral people who aided in getting the girl ashore and into the hack can say only that she was, driven down town. The affair happened opposite the stone wall in front of the queen's place. ' .-'.'. : ' . -. '-. -. . 1 ; lulu's rfght to esUblish aucha fixture has been won by the marvelous show ing of Duke Kahanamoku.' ' The swimming project, which may put Honolulu in the forefronton inter national aquatic cport, grew out M a talk -bet ween TtVT. :ita wlfhs, the wel ! "k'fibwn ' local sportaman, and J, K. tion,!-and the Civic; Federation obtain ed a .copy of the document at my sug gestion: ' ' ''.''.' ' . It provides t&at a man found guilty of .desertine his spouse . without' cood and ' sutflcient cause '"may be thrown into jatovIeiweoValy has ; made ,inahciaL' 'provision .for . the Phillips a former Naw ; ZealandVr: wife and her children; fatMpg in thdt. who is ona of. the keenest' Bwiniraing I he is4a be put at work by the govern-' fans in the territory. Phillips, -who I ment and the monetary accroment from' knows several jpembers of the Aus-his labor-shall go to the maintenance trallan swimming team . personally, I of the deserted family. suggested the possibility of . holding p , -If tbis Is put in force and husbands them here for some Exhibitions ,on I become fully advised of - its meaning. the return trip, and. Rawlins enlarged I with the interpretation emphasized def- on the Uc:, and thought outthe pjs- initely by a- few : 'etamples.men con sitilities cf making It a regular spojt templatlng .desertion .wm1 stop and classic. - .- -. . .' .- : v-: - -.. ... , -a . . . Scheme Extensive. : ; - c (Continued on Page 3) The scheme isn't fully worked oit ,ty any . means," said- Rawlins th:s morning, "but I believe that althjough a big one, it could be swung with assistance" of - the community don't know v for certain that the Aus tralia swimmers are coming back this way, but. the supposition is that they will make the circuit ' of the globe; returning by Cahada and the Pacific. Mr. Phillips knows several members STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, JULY THE 1C3-METCR RACE, WON DY DUKE KAHANAMOKU OF HOUOLULU DAY, WILL DE-SWUM OVER AGAIN. r In the 10,CO-meter race, Finland's entry,. Hant Koh!;m:'-:-i. and Finland also won third place. America won tzztr.i p';. In the high Jump, which was thouaht to be at t-a r.trzy c! Fine, of Stanford, America carried off first placs ;h t: ; cf Richards of Dri;ham Young University, Utah. fiichsrds . j in;.' centimeters, "about six feel, tnree arid one-third second place. .-' .. ; , . . Americans won first, second and third in the ZZO rr.zlzr r;:u. V ' " Photo by, Perkins. ! PAUL DE BRETTEVILLE, V Killed In Accident Yesterday. V Youth Meets Death Hear Spot f Where Chum Was Drowned - a Year Ago ; , STOCKHOLM, Sweden, July The American runners 1n V. relay race cf the Olympic games were disqualified v.h:-s t'-; r; today, because. the judges ruled thsm guilty of . cvsr-rur.-; ; .. r; , ." Just what the f cablegram referring to the rr .vi.-.;. !r : rf t race means Is not at all clear; nor why Duke's victory li t . t conclusive. T v " " - ' The reference to "over-runntng" In the 4C!)-mcUr tf-!.iy r.. definite. The Americans may have over. run by gett!. ; o;T V. : at the start, or one or more of the succeeding rur.rs'rs y ' t ) fore the man flnl-hlrj got to mirk and thus second. - . '. ,,t : , -.' . " . E-ii.."d a t: r ' 1 Almost a year to the day. from; the ime that his "chum ' from boyhood, Ed die Schreiber, was drowTied iii the outer Waters of the harbor,. Paul de, Krette ville, one -of the best" known and most popular ... jnoung .. -...men -of j- the - c; 4 Yjrrj. t death yesterday morning w Ken '."lie "was run down by ';an''-duto driven by J. P. Dillon, 1513 Toung street.' a machinist ai ine. nonQiuiu iron worsa. ine ac- TKENTUT, N. J., July C Vics-cn cn::;i3r Cldent occurred at 9:15 o clock In front I handed down.todav, h:!3 tht ten million dilbrs' wcrth - v ' of the naval wireless station," on the Esplanade, and de Brettevllle . suc cumbed to his injuries In the Queen's Hospital-two hours later..'.' , According to the result of the Inves tigation conducted by Motorcycle. Offl- National Su-ar H:' '.iir.3 Ccmpany wa3 issurd to Henry H out consideration. - . . t: V J; ! i (Continued, on Page 3) wmm. m of the team, and thinks that they charged $26 a Day Merely for would be glad to race here, and meet : e.v 0 Plnro in Whirh th Duke In his home waters.- If he bea'3 d ridbC III lNliwiv iu , ; oicep ,- them over there, they have noUiing to 4 lose, and a whole lot to gain by swimming him in Hawaii, for should they be successful here, it , would be HILT SLASH 1 TJAR1WES MAY ' Special" Star-Bulletin Aerogram" WASHINGTON, June' 27 The Ha a bigger feather in their cans than if waiian delegaUoa to the , Baltimore they .beat the Hawaiian? cnampion in convention was given a mosi. Bviuag neutral waters. a '. . - ' ,- j exemplification of the gentle art of "Of course such a meeting woul-l the holdup game as piayea ,niuuii have to be under A. A. U. sanction. and prizes would have to be cups or medals, Hot cash purses. I figure that once well- established and advertised we could get entries from-the Coast and possibly. from the East,. if Austra lia:; woild send up. a team in future years, and the event came to be rec ognized as a , real championship. On the present Australian team are seve ral ladies. ' . - - Henderson Favors Plan. I- , Another swimming expert gr'eat'y in favor of the plan is Lew G. Henu r son, who piloted Duke and-Genoves on their Eastern trip al conventions. . For, one large room containing : seven beds, Tin" a second class rooming house, the Jlawalian delegates were compelled to pay per day , merely for the privilege having a place to sleep. The city was unable to "handle the -Immer.te crowds, and , the delegation from Ha waii was lucky to find the quartan they did and paid- the exorbitant price asked without, a murmur. WASHINGTON, D. C., July 8. The House judiciary c:. presented articles of Impeachment against Judge. n:-ert W. . the commerce court, declaring his actions to have b;:n. r; ; Judge Archbald si charged with havin3 used his cf'ics t3 7.-: from the. railroads. One cf the specific a!I:-zticns m;dj - c . :. Archbald si that he is interested in the prepessd parch: :s cf c cwned by a coal company'and controlled by the Erie Kz'lr:-' Judge) Archbald was to receive one-third of , the profits fr; - t the coal. v . r , , The charges were first rnads last February, and Pres!-':r.t an investigation by the attorney-general. ,'t cr 1 nm IBM n vmr Uli uj in llj -1 A u n BO OUT TO SI BUST IT GO NEAR MR ISpeclal Star-Bulletin Aerogram) IIILO. July 8. The -Hilo baseball team yesterday beat the Chinese team by-a score of 3 to -2, while the Hawaii nine beat the All-Whites 9 to 2. Hayes of Honolulu, playing for. the-. Ha walls, was painfully injured when - he was spiked in thethand. Special Star-IJulk'tln Ar.r.iml 'hilo, July 8. whipping ti ! ::: lava into an angry s;i, a reat r of rock and earth, han 'lurr.Mel 1". the edge- of the vplcano into the t. crater, ! Sale of Safes ".'DRICK, Ltd., Merchant and AIa'e SALARIES OF CUSTOMS MEN ; ISpeclal Correspondence, Star-Built tin. WASHINGTON, D. C. June 27. Secretary McClellan has recently been assured by the officials of the Treas ury Department that no reduction in the salaries of sub-port collectors will be ordered until after full opportunity has been given for the Delegate to be heard; on-the matter. Information reaching Washington from Hawaii, to the effect that Inspector Tid well's re port would recommend reduction of the ralaries? at Kahului. Mahukona and Koloa caused the Secretary to make a visit to the Treasury Depart ment, and the above assurances fol lowed. . . able to take a: refreshing plunge when the sea waves offer relief .from the heat waves. That W tnetanianzrng No place In the world has a better plight of the marines at Camp .Very, right-to pull off swimming champion- J who live at the water's edge, but have ships ' than Honolulu," said Hen' Jer- j no place in which to bathe. ' : son. The snowing vtnat uune nas within the last few days, orders nave made 'in the States and abroad has been issued prohibiting all members of made Hawaii the most talked of swim- the Camp Very outfits from .swimming ming center, and ' such a meen g in tne harbor. This is the result .of a would certainly be a fine thing for combined orotest from the ' boat clubsv thesport here. -1 hope it goes through d a. misundersianding regarding 'the ItN hard luckto live within a bis- 1 bathing from the boat clubs. .: Sorneof tull los1 lMC " I Hon. and continued to enjoy the harbor swimniintr with' their friends. Major Neville then took the only course open to him- and forbade -all swimming in the harbor. , GEO. VARD FALLS u iiARFiiniiFMs::: The officers are now trj'Ing to ar range for bathing privileges in front While working on the Inter-Islaftd 1 tions at. Bishop wharf , was head ma- . 1 . . t . I a 1 LI. 1 .Ll.li .A Al T . ff.. 1 M . . .. . 1. 1 kxttn.'ori trior 1 inoi ro s'gv or .inon wnri li is i liuiiial jil ,rif i riLcr-iki nLr1 1:11 .iv- nr tnp ramn. ana , n ia , ucirc i " . - - some agreement will, be reached before morning, George. Ward, superintendent Igation s-hops. He is ; responsible for lone - "- -;; ' ':- -" ' ' I of coal operations on the wharf, lost , the many Innovations used at tr.e wharf and' I think everyone who can help should do so, for Dukecand hisfr formances 'have been about 'the "'best publicity that the territory has. had for a long while. -This good work. water rights of the post.. Some time ago the post exchange paid for a short bathing Per. trom' wnicn the men took their daily swims, fairly reveling in the chance to 'tool off af- The Hill interests are preparing to spend 53,000,000 to build a terminal in Portland, Ore. The terminal will cov er eleven - city blocks. - The Michigan Central will build a terminal at De troit at a cost of $1,000,000. .Stephen A. Chase, treasurer of the Christian Science. Church of. America, I died-at his home at Fall River, Massa- - V I . K nrtr Java' tllriOCO ming was the only recreation of some of the marines, and several embryo Dukes- were coming to the y surface. could be kept up by scheduling an "l teV a hard, hot day In camp. Swim lernauunai uieeuug uei v. The idea is to have the races in the harbor; both by daylight and night, building grandstands on one of the slips and dharging a fair prKe for choice . seats, to help defray ex senses. The scheme is too big, how ever, to be swung without concerted action of the entire community. FLEMING BUYS Pill LAI I In handling coaL J. L. Fleming has concluded the when it was found that the pier was purchase . of a goodly slice of resi dence property at I'uunui, opposite his own residence facing on Wy Hie street. The acquisition comprises five lots with an aggregate frontage Of 278 feet on Wyllie street on one side of Liliha street, and a - section on the other side of the latter street to the middle of the stream with seventy-six feet froHtage on Wyllie street. Mr.v Fleming has bought this land from the estate of Lulia Wala nuhea, the price being somewhere be tween $50Q0 and $6000. about 6 feet over the harbor lines. There was nothing for it but to knock it down, and the men were left with no pla.ee from which . to - bathe. Some of the marines who had per sonal friends in the-HealanI and Myr tle boat clubs, accepted invitations to swim from those quarters, but, unfor tunately, others dispensed with the for mality . of an invitation and helped themselves to the privileges of the plat formsand diving apparatus This resulted in a protest from the club secretaries to Major Neville, who lssued.an order that there was to be no ':.-;l::W'::vv;..v.;-.'.'::... For news and the truth abont It, all people buj the Star-Bulletin. his balance and fell to the flooring thirty feet below, incurring injuries In his fall which may result in death. The accident happened at 9 o'clock this morning. Ward was overseeing the unloading of a cargo of coal for the t Inter-Island and was personally direct nr thp movements of th cars as thev carried their loads along the elevated 1 Jf,r last nIght rowin railway. One of the cars Jumped the Uhf row among ,Ja track. Ward, in his anxiety to replace the derailed car as soon as .possible, seized a heavy crowbar and tnade his way over to the car. " ' ' In using the bar as a lever, he leaned too far to one "side. 'lost his balance," and fell to the wharf below; where he landed In a crumpled heap. Workmen who were the witnesses of the accident fcent In a hurry-up call for. the police patrol; which hurried him overtothe Queen's Hospital, where It was learned that he had deceived a fractured skull and possible Internal Injuries In 'his fall. . '':" - "' t Ward has been In the employ. of the Inter-Island for many years, and prior to being superintendent of coal opera- a, m m' ttmmm a awm m -m tm m m m JAr'Aiicoc FATALLY '' STABBED DURirJG ROW 1 - Special Star-Bulletin Aerogram HILO, July 8.- In a desperate fight Z out of a gam- Japanese. Harau.i Suichi stabbed a fellow "ccuntryman,- Sumil, twice, and the r wounded min Is-so badly 'hurt 'that -his dying depo sition Is being taken today. ' . The assailant. Is said to be one of a band of five thugs who have been ter rorizing the' Japanese of the island: SUGAR SAX FRANCISCO; Cal., Ji Beets: 88 analysis lis. Id.; i -ri 4.23c. Previous quotation, 11?. C 1-- 3 Col. A. C Waterhou5?e, ho crc ized the Waferhouse baitery at t.u ginning of the Civil Wardied cl : failure In Chicago.