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From 8. P.t Shlnyo Mara, Aog.22. For 8. T,i Honolulan, Ang. 19. Prom Yaaceavrrs Niagara,. Sept 10. Far TancoiTrr: Marama, Sept. t. 1 V.'. I III I I I I II. ill i V Evening Bulletin. Est 1882, No. 5627. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX. Na 6667. 12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1913 12 PAGES PRICE FIVE. CENTS. o-o o o o-o m SUGM -fight REST II II It'll I I I I " : I I'll I I I I - - - ,1.11111 II I I II M W ; I BELIED FIRST VIC WHY FREE r m ";'. ' 3 DJfH ( Original Bryt!pc!i Plans 0, ll'd EOS SOS . EOS vODIg Jot TsMive on Subjdct IDLE WILL HEM OR STILL TO BE OOEHESAYS , "I am here on direct authority from the Secretary of the Navy to lnyestl gate : Pearl Harbor; conditions and I ; expect to mate my report direct to him," aald. Alfred Noble, chrll engi neer of Internationa! fame, -when Been by a Star-Bulletin reporter last night on hl return from his first visit to the scene of the dry dock disaster. The world-famous engineer, who has a civil war record as well as an enviable record in his chosen life work, was quite ready to talk about everything but Pearl Harbor and his present mission. "I havent been here long enough to form an opinion, and even if I had one. It would hardly do for me to air it at this time," said he. . . "It must ' be eviatnt that in the present sltua- r- (Ccr.tJnned on page eight) DECIDE ON BEST METHODS By C. S. ALBERT. Special Star-Bulletin Correspondent! WASHINGTON, D. C, August 8.- That Pearl Harbor drydock will be completed along the lines originally planned is now conceded hy all the of- ficials and experts of the Navy Depart J ment ' - The special board of engin eers in their report declared that 'this can be done. I Alfred Noble, one of the best known 'civil engineers in the world. Is being Bent to Honolulu to examine the dry- dock, and submit his views. The pur pose 01 ms mission is not so mucn to ''determine whether completion Is feas ible as to decide the best method of construction whereby existing difflcnl tis may be avoided. He is also being "; - (Continued on page eight) : Ldi Delay Aroucss Locd fJerciiants COS ;'S EOS Ccn-'nias Are iFisufe - Uzz Contract CIl'IC BODIES " TO INVESTIGATE ID ... 'iJ. LiLjLitCuuCS HIE PACIFIC A fight between rival steamship companies for the mall-carrying con tracts on the Pacific is believed to be brewing, and it is Bald by those who know recent developments that the arJ rival of the Sierra and the Korea yes- ' terday hours ahead of the Hongkong! Mara may bring matters to a climax.' Passengers who arrived on the Ko rea have a peculiar story .to tell. It Is a story t)f a race from San Fran cisco to Honolulu in which the Pacific J Mail liner Korea outspeeded the Oceanic liner Sierra and the Japanese ) liner, Hongkong Maru. "Whether eith-1 1 (Continued on page four) J TIDY METHODS The temper of the local business community has been , aroused to a fighting pitch over ;the delay In the bulk of the mail from San Francisco which arrived in Honolulu on the Hongkong Maru yesterday, and from statements made this . morning, the chamber of commerce, and merchants' association may, at an early date, fife a protest to "Washington through the local postoff ice department.'. ' v .E. I. Spalding, who. In the.absenc? of the president and the vice-president, will preside at the annual meeting of the chamber of . commerce tomorrow (Continued on page four) PluXi:,;Pi!OTESTS.lSTBE ACCOMPAMED BY AFFIDAVITS Jfominee Will Be Given Oppor- Vif- tunity to Answer All Charges v I By a sTalbert. .(Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence J WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 8. The I confirmation of I E. PJnkham as gov-i ernor of Hawaii has become a trifle' more uncertain than during the first few days following his appointment It was not then believed that so much opposition would develop among sen- atora, or that the committee on Pacific j Islands and Porto Rico would afford 6uch abundant opportunity for filing protests. ; - - " The combined antagonism to Mr. Pinkham is thus far more than offset by the well-known obstinacy and fix edness of purpose always manifested by President Wilson in the matter of nominations. . Although he sometimes withdraws names sent to the senate . for sufficient reasons his general pol icy is to permit any kind of a fight and rejection if it must come. His plan Is to allow ' every chance for confirma tion and if it falls no degree of re sponsibility, can attach,, to him. This tendency will be of material assistance .to Mr. Pinkham in his fight ; - The first batch; of protests, ' sched uled by cable when sent reached the committee on Pacific Islands and Por to Rico. - The affidavits promised in connection with them did not arrive. It is the purpose of 'the committee to pay but little heed to complaints not accompanied ; by sworn statements. Notification was received that the af fidavits' were en route and -the com mittee determined to await them. At the same time a cablegram came In from Honolulu saying a fresh batch of protests - was being formulated. The committee decided to await its reception. This Indicated that full time and opportunity would be af forded for sending complaints here by maiL In fact, such an announcement (Continued on sage four) breckons says ; more grafters ' - now in sight SAFES' H.'E. HENDRICK, LTD. Merchant an3 Alakea ; . ; ; ' - . Telephone 2648 The articles of impeachment against John Kealoha were filed in the su-I-reme court by the attorney-general jesterday, afternoon and a summons issued to the accused Hawaii county supervisor, returnable August 30. s - Special Prosecutor R, W. Breckons, who Is conducting the Investigation of Hawaii county finances for the spe cial commission, returned to Honolulu this morning in ' the Mauna Kea to confer with the attorney-general con cerning the Kealoha impeachment proceedings. Though declining to dis cuss the general county probe In any detail, he expressed much gratifica tion at the degree of success experi enced in delving Into the weird finan cial tangle. - He added the opinion that half a dozen other men, who have not .yet appeared as participants in the graft scandal, will be drawn into the broad net laid for them, before, the commission has finished its job. CAVALRY MAY BE OEM TO LEIIGO In Case War is Declared Local Troops Stand Chance of Going to Front GENERAL FUNST0N TELLS OF MOVEMENT OF TROOPS 'Open Season "for Americans Might Leacf to Hostilities; : Between Republics v S The probability of war with" Mexl co, and its effect on the troops now garrisoning Hawaii, was the one sub ject of discussion in army circles this morning. Trimmed down to cold facts, the most reliable Information has it that in7 case war is declared by either country, the Fourth United States Cavalry, stationed at Schofield Barracks,) is likely to be ordered to active service .with the army of In vaslon, and that tne other organiza tlons now here, , together ;with the National Guard of Hawaii, will cer tainly remain hero to defend, Oahu against possible Oriental complica tlons.; ' : '; . ' ' " With the possible exception of the Fourth Cavalry, and some Individual officers who might be selected for commissions In volunteer forces,' I do not think that the garrison of Oahu will be disturbed .in case of war with, Mexico," said Brigadier General Fred erick Funston, commanding, the Ha- waiisn- Pepartmenf : this x morning. "The cavalry, however, stands a good chance- of going . to.; the front ia the event of trouble. - Mexico la a' coun try "where mouhted"" trobps are Invalu able, on account of the great -'distances' to be covered in military action. I know . Mexico very well, having been through ; many of the provinces In 1895, ; and the distances are tremen dous. It is quite likely that the cav alry troops on Oahu might be .with drawn to invade Mexico, and .in the event of- their withdrawal, an equal number of dismounted troops would be almost as effective In the defense of Oahu.,' Cavalry would be far more (Continued on page three) ; " CALDWELL'S II DUEL BE CALLED City Fathers Maintain Their Attitude of Refusing. to Buy Water . " While the time draws near when ie city and county will have the wa ter shut off from an its puoiic mum- Ings, if Superintendent of . Public Works John Caldwell Is earnest In his written threat to discontinue all wa ter service to the municipal govern ment if it does not pay the sum of 17,217.82 on or before Wednesday, tne supervisors are not yielding a quar ter, and the "bluff of John W. Cald well is to be called," using the ex pression of Mayor Fern. : ; A new complication became evident this morning, when it was found that the superintendent did not return rom HIlo, with the members of the harbor commission, as had been ex pected. - It was learned that he will not be at his office until Saturday In other words, he won't be here on Au gust 20, tKe time he has fixed to shut off the water if the bills are not liquid ated; ; ' r-v 1 , : v : While he Is in Hllo, the road com mittee of the supervisors, -: to whom the. matter has been referred, is los- ng no time in acting. The committee has already taken it up with P. L. Weaver, deputy city and county at torney, for a legal opinion; and a re port from the committee is expected at the meeting of the supervisors- this evening. -;:;- (Continued on page three) NAVAL MAGAZINE . BIDS ASKED FOR The next big contract to be let for the Pearl Harbor naval tation will be that for the construcCi of the naval magazine .on ,'Kuahua island; near the entrance to the drydock. Sealed proposals are ' to be opened n Washineton. at the Bureau of Yards and" Docks, September 20, and it Is believed that local .; contractors will bid on the work. The estimated cost of the work now planned is 1126,000. . Bfisiow'simGiiiInient isOeaiGn - bos SOH BOS THODNTOHID n'Anicnni ota CSpeiaJ SUr-BunetJi Cablej sniKqrp, p. a, Aug. 19. Senator '.jBristow's substi tute for the free sugar proTision in the tariff bill proposing ;a duty of f 1.52$ per.; hundred pounds and, 'graded additional reductions finally bringing the rate down to L27, was ' de feated today' in the .senate by a vote of 39 to 31. It was a strict party vote except that' Senators Thornton arid RansdellV ! of Louisiana vot6d with the solid Republicans. ; l'-y' The Dutch Standard has been eliminated; "X- - A ' ' I . .ar C. 8.' ALBERT, I Special SUr-Bnlletln Cable ? : v WASHINGTON, p. C.f Aug. 19. The debate over -the sugar features of the tariff bill con tinued today in the senate. ; Sen ator Reed Sm opt. of Utah, made a long, speech in opposition to the plan for free sugar. . . Senator Newlands of Nevada has not arrived yet, but he is "paired" and -his absence will make no difference in the ma-' jority vote. : r- , - Senator Jcln R. Thornton, of Loals iana, who has broken with fcb party and u voting against free sugar. The ; clause in the free sugar provision which makes the hew schedule effective Ion March ' 1 next was adopted ; without divi son among jie4Terocrats;hQ Democratic senator 'Aviircau cus tonight on the admission of Clayton, senator froni' Alabama on appointment by the govern or. of the state to fill the vacan cy caused by the death' recently of Senator Joseph F." Johnston. This would increase the free su gar.strength of the upper house. C. S. ALBERT. AD CLUB TRIP TO HILO IS BIG SUCCESS Booster Party Is Well Received and Royally Entertained on Big Island 4- .-f , 4- 4-4- -f Hllo, August 19, 1913, 4- J, J. Fern, ' ' ' ' : . . ' ma ' ' at m -.'..-": -i-' . . "' ' K Mayor, nonoiuiu. . -r Behalf Hilo please thank Ad f Club for leaving the buildings be- 4 hind. This U only thing that 4- 4- prevents financial panic: i 4-4- DAVID EWALIKO, 4 Chairman Board of Supervisors. 4-4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4-,44 4- 4v nSHIilARHET 'M PICTURE' : RILES VOLTER Supervisor Deplores Fact That Publicity Is Given to In- 7 sanitary Condition ; : Settling the question of Jurisdiction over the fish markets, agreeing, that the board of supervisors has the right to enforce sanitation regulations, and that It Is not within the powers of the territorial board of health to inter fere, an important meeting of the com mittee on health of the board, of su pervisors was held last night attend ed by Charles Chillingworth, attorney for the fish market merchants, and C Charlock, representing the territorial board of health. The meeting was held intha chambers of the board of ! supervisors. .. 7 ; . After discussing at some length, and Hanging Mr. Knocker from the yard arm of the Mauna Kea,' burying the hammer. taking, in as many ' as pos sible of the myriad wonderful sights' at times with heat, the proposition of of the island of Hawaii and cementing making" the two markets' more fit, Cu'iUU ' il Mil t j Uoiitlipicco of Adrainiatration Hot? pndiatcd-Forcin minister AutlicriL -Denial of Gtory- That 'Gtartlc d , v . ' (Associated rrss Cable . ' ' ' ' WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 19. Following cIccd ch ; sensational declaration that Gen. Hucrta had iscj:d an i matum demanding practically instant recognition- Ly United States and making veiled threats if that re::: . was not forthcoming, today is a flat denial that any timatum was issued. r , " v Charge. d'Affaires O'Shaughnessy has cabled frcm co City to Secretary Bryan an emphatic denial that Hi:;, U sued any such ultimatum. -The report that recognition i been demanded had aroused great concern horc." , i - - . ... . j Associated Pre Cable ... MEXICO CITY, Mex August 19. The statement of ' Mor.iay r' demanding recognition by the United States ertslnated, actsriirj ta I mation today, from Minister of the Interior Urrutia, who hat t:tn prtvi. ly the mouthpiece of the administration. Minister: of Foreign Affairs Gam boa now repudiates th!a t'.i'.:m;r.t. '": . .i , . AMOclated Press Cable - . , NEW YORK, N. Y August 19. The report of a Mexicin utllr:1 caused a heavy decline In stocks here today, the situation ttlr.3 r:;; as ominous. , . ; '. ' , ' V 1 r-;cr J !"'"'.v f 'i 'rAasooiaUd Pre Cable . . . - . ; COATICOOK, . Quebec August 19. Harry . K. Thaw, s a f before yesterday from Matteawan asylum in Nsvv -Ycrk, w; ; ; ... today. . - . ' : ; ' . He complacently admits his identity, dsclaring that It U ir;:. have him extradited because he has cemmittsd no crime. ; He will be arraigned as a fugitive, from Justice. Two c: taken with him, refuse to give their names. - .Associated Press Cable W OTTAWA, Canada, August 19. It im stated that the ' Imrn!;rat!:n c mlssioners have decided to deport Thaw. , s .Their authority to deport him comes from a statute uniir wh! recently-convicted lunatic Is declared to be an undesiratfe and can nied admittance to the country. . Diggs' Wronged Wife No1;; . Gomes To His Defense CuGi "r Associated Press Cable SAN FRANCISCO, CaU August 19 The prosecution In the cats r. Maury I Diggt, charged with violating the white slave act, rested t:.' and the case will go to the jury tomorrow afternoon. Discs' wife tsstlTzd c -the husband's behalf after hearing him admit the circumstances of t faithfulness In their own home during her absence. 9t California Tennis Men Win . f )'" - ' v' Associated Press Cable:"- ': r , " . . NEWPORT, R. I., August 19 The Californlan entries In the, thlrt third annual lawn tennis championship of the United States have u.f;" been victorious. Griffin Is expected to default In the singles because rs i. entered In a hard and Important doubles match tomorrow. R. Norrls "Williams, of the Davis cup team, today defeated . Guttav Touchard of New York In five hard sets. INSURGENTS FLEE NANKING a bond of friendship that bids fair to bring the different communities that go to make up the territory of Hawaii from a sanitation point of view,, an agreement was made for the commit tee to go en masse " with Attorney to a realization that their interests, Chillingworth to the market at 3 r triontlral nrn a. taw nf the nr. o'clock this afternoon an.d DOlnt OUt complishments of the Ad Club's boostrlto the latter the exact changes and er trip to Hilo, which commenced Sat- overhauling to be insisted . upon as a urday afternoon and ended this morn- The above wireless from David K. Ewaliko, chairman - of. the Hawaii board of supervisors, to Mayor J. J. Fern -shows bow ; effectively the - Ad Club party worked in the limited time at its disposal V - ..;. " Hilo proved, a right royal host, the oard of trade and the Hilo railroad officials dividing honors in the enter tainment of the throng of visitors. The members of the Ad Club, who are men of brains and men who usually take life most seriously, : demonstrat ed that they had lost none of the old- ime boyish capacity , for fun. They were out to spread the gospel of good fellowship, to organize an unofficial "Hands-Around-the-Islands" club and o enjoy themselves to the limit but there was no limit;?no limit ..to the good cheer set forth by the hosts and no limit to capacity of the full-grown boys. ' -i v J""; Meeting the party at the Hilo wharf (Continued on page seven) condition precedent to permitting a business license-to be issued by the city and county treasurer to the mer chants. ; :- : :' .; -- : The. peace .-of the meeting was strained when the subject of publicity given the insanitary .conditions of the market was brought up. Supervisor Wolter made it clear that he deplored the fact that the report of the special sanitation committee, appointed to in- ( Special by cable and wireless to the ; Sun Chung Kwock Bo, via San Fran- -CISCO.) . NANKING, China, August IDFed eral Generals Chung Fun and Chiu Bo Jun have entered this city with a large body of troops. The insurgent governor. Ho Hoy Ming, has fled from the city to the south. ' AIRSHIPS IN JAPAN (Continued on page two) RESTRICTIONS THROWN i AROUND PESjtENCY ( S p'ecial by cable and wireless . to the ; Sun Chong Kwock Bo, via San Fran :y cisco.) '-'--- ; PEKIN, , China, ' August 19. The jomt committee of the senate and the house today decided to recommend that the term of the president of the Chinese republic be - limited 1 to ; six years, and that no 'president . may serve two successive terms. '(Special cable to the Nlppu JUL) ' TOKICv Japan, August 19. Lieuten ant Nagasawa today made a success ful flight from the Tokorosawa avia tion field to the city of Mito, a dis tance of 120 miles. He took with him as a passenger Captain Fukui, and monoplaned the distance without a stop. :,; . ' ' DR. SUnTn TOKIO ; (Special cable to the Japanese Chron-'.'.,:- - icle.) , TOKIO, Japan. August 19. Dr. Sun Yat Sen and General Wong Hing, who recently ; fled from -.- China, 'and who have been , staying on the west coast of Japan, are in this city, having ar rived this morning. . ? . .' " - ' SUGAR : j .-?-";.. o--: Icle.) : i SAJJ FRANCISCO. Aug. 18. Sugar; 96 degrees test, 3.73 cents. .Previous quotation, 3.70 cents. - - . ', . SAN FRANCISCO. Aug.: 19. Beets: 88 .analysis, 9s 41-2d. Parity, 3.95 cents. Previous quotation, 9s 4 l-4d. ... - - , ' . A Los Angeles judge granted three divorces ia twelve minutes. . TODAY'S i. LEAGUE liZZUL'.J NATIONAL LEAGUE. ' At Philadelphla-Chlcago 3, Ph!!v delphla 2. , At New.: York New York 3, PiV burg 8. . -." . ; At Brooklyn SL Loula 5, Brookl-; 2. . . . At Boston Boston 2, Cincinnati 4. AMERICAN LEAGUE. -At. Detroit Detroit 3, .Philadelphia At Chicago Bolton 1, Chicago 5. At Washington Washington r, Cleveland 1. . GRAND JURY PROBING ; CHALMERS ACCIDENT Investigation of the automobile a: cident in wrhicb little Elizabeth Art - was struck and killed by V.'li:: Chalmers car, was undertaken by t: territorial grand Jury, when it resu- -ed Its'! sessions this afternoon, c: and County -Attorney Cat&cart r the inquiry may require several work before a decision can trrei. ed. A large number of witne - .3 ha . been subpoenaed. 'Amotfs then ? several to. whom the author!' 3' tention has. bseft called by . '.::rr Sheldon, counsel for the rarer " c! girl, who avers -they have : . :rt testimony concerning CL-!:. V tiona immediately prior to z.z . ly. following tv acci!?':..