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. Hon.-Mongolla, JOct7' ; For B.T.i ' ' ;:',r;-. Wllhelmina, Oct. 8."v'. From, .Tan roarer t V AUraaa, Oct I; A- For YaacVarers Maxura, OcL.f.V" 7- .4 ' KvenlnB Bulletin. Est 1882. No. CG8. Hawaiian SUr.vVol.'-XXI." No; 6708 ' 14 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY. OF HAWAII, MONDAY, OCT. V 1913 PAGES. PRICI5 FIVE CENTa o- 1 .. , ISSUED FOR e-r - vli.j3..s scenes GAPT SUBPOK JARRETTS PLAN TO LICENSE HULA HALL PROTESTED . PERSISTS Iff LEGAL BlATTLEi rwr tr; i i r r; ,n'.v ... f ;v.. W r-M W jmM noias rans Attention r i CATTLEMEN I .1 'A3 J V V ' Testimony of Father . Rougier y t Fails to Deter Claimant of $53,000 Commission PRIEST MAY BE OBLIGED M V - TO POSTPONE VOYAGE Attorney Warren will tndeav- or to Proye That Contract was. i erminaiea -V, .Instead of coming to. an abrupt end as had evidently been anticipated Toi-i iowwr me-ieaiwony i.uie oeienoaui to thrreffect that Le had consummat ed the sale on which the salt U based, I Fat! cr r:::i::.-cail l.o::?!rr, defend artj vuf: Lr; IX T -Illlitr for cc Certain F. C CaDt. FrederivK C. Miller's $53,000 suit against Tather Ezimanuel Rou gier took a r.aw - turn this morning, the monotony of the .hearing was're- snmp.1 rv A riw 'rrnr to continue for teverr' days or possibly a week: - Father : lougier ' had engaged pas- sage to the Coast on tte steamer WU - helmlna, due to depr.rt Wednesday (Cc-tis'ed on -pase three) y tiLL Iu Kahului Citizens H ake Thirty - Schooner and Rescue Crew --. Captain and Deck Load Hft rivrrhnr?rrl rinrinn fNtnpm- lvv: " :V V .':-sV-r,'-v i . (Pevll - vv trciess ; is iiiq suiJuiisung . ; j . ' - -i KAHULUI, Maul, Oct 6. With four, masts and all deck cargo, over- . beard, the American schooner Robert jBearies, from Seattle! to-Valpar- also, Chile, lumber laden, was sighted off Hamakuapoko on Saturday in; the Alexander u Baldwin tufl Leslie Baldwin, Captain Parker, pilot,. Superin tendent Walsh, of the Kahului Railwey, and Dr. Osmers proceeded to, the . : vessel -to render all - possible . assistance. . t ' : C .:- ', ;v'-' 1 I Reaching the dismantled; craft the relief i party worked forTthlrty-six-; r-houYs in; bringing the schooner to ah anchorage at Kahului Warbory The f. vessel's deck presented a sickening0; sight.- Captain Sandberjf and hi en- tire deck cargo went over the side on August ?4f a terrible typhoon hav-- r lng disabled -the vessel A.crew of eight men was saved, and aid waa ; immediately forthcoming from the public spirited" and sympathetic .people' ' of. KahulukV't;;: . .c- - The Searlet Undeclared as seaworthy, with about one half of her cargo - . saved. sThe. owners were yesterday notified of the tUmage to the sh:p and 4Ka lAtc n 9Mn u The American schooner. Robert v . Searles.'' WTecked August 24 in lati tude 121 and longitude IS, : while on 'a voyage from 1 Seattle to Valparaiso, and proceeding, to KahuluL Maui, un ; der Jurr sail and ;rudder until picked up m distressed. condition by the sea--V solng , tug Leslie "Baldwin Saturday night, will be: brought to Honolulu, where repairs will be made; the; ves "pel to 6 "on Ttae, marine -.rail way, ac v.' cording to a statement made today. ; An Inter-Island steamer expected 'v to take the dismantled vessel In tow ; and bring her into this harbor by the . - latter part of the week. : ..The , chief .officer of the . Robert earlea took command xf the schoon er' following the ;ioss of CapL Sand bene and decided . to put into the Ha waiian islands.' All ship's papers were ' Jest as well as the 'effects of officers ' and crew. It was stated this morning ; : in a late wireless received by Alex V ander & Baldwin . that about 500 feet t of lumber. remained aboard the vessel '. fcelow decks. - t - , w The upper portion of - the schooner presented ' scene: of tangled - wreck- Iron tSotteeb 4 and Gates - .'4--. H. E. HENORICK, , LTD. '" Star-Bulletin Article Giveis First Inklinq to Federal Officers of Possibility of Trust , BRECKONS NOW MAKING ; A THROUGH PROBEr (Ranchers Alleged To Be Parties to Efforts toContro! Prices of Meat on Islands HaxAA develoDments were shown to - faf in the preparations for the Invea- ligation to be - conducted by the led- Hatrall Meat Company." "The evidence which - the federal officials declare brings , up the question of the exist- ence of a' powerful - meat trust oper- atlng over tha territory, was added to this mornings and when the 'grana Jury meets next Monday a score or more, witnesses, principally -rroai va ' hu and Hawaii, are expectedvto be on Jhatd to tell what they know concern-? sir: -When a. sheriff of any Amer lng , fhe existence or non-exlstencj of lean community makes the mistake of , ; the alleged trust' : " -C v j ignoring public sentiment, -he should - - unitea btaies ui&inci auowt urecKons etaiea ims morning ui B ; attsntion was nrsi canea 10 me Pos"- ible existence of a meat combine from inn. nnipi3 aiiiiuariiiic iu luh duii -oiu- " , , 7Z . . leUn. which was the account or Ca wy .wmv. ,, :;:raZV made arrangements ; to Import large. V" . and: m"" :iTomL I taller,' who esaier vi and Hhula8-1 slaughterer afleged to be. In, their, re SJSnSZ spectlve ways, tied np and involved ln!ia5? the supposed trust, either to bUy or ; sell, the Investigation of the arandi Jury Is expected to be a long one, re Quirln the attendance ofmanyj wit nesses. If indictments are found, they will probably, bring before the. bar, ;a large number of persons, prominent In the affairs of. the territory.;;''; L'nclons Clustering Erldence i . 'i District Attorney Ereckons: as the federal prosecuting officer' here, is .mustering the evidence for the grand ?Jury. Just now lie Is keeping his own i counsU lo a grt-it extent aa to exaCt-1 ly what proof he Is In - & ' position: to furnish. . He admits, -however, that he; tallers and , the: Hawaii vMeat Com pany,' in . which -the former agree to byy their beef exclusively from the companr. It.ls believed-he has other contracts,- signed by- cattle-raisers on HawaiL Oahu - and Maui . covenanting J to deliver all their beet to the Hawaii leat Company ., i J ' ; ; 1 - This, morning he conferred n with 'several men; believed to be meat re- (Continued on page seven) UUiWU six - Hour Fight in Order to Save age as the vessel was towed Into Ka hului and was passed by the Inter Island steamer j Claudlne, then bound for 'Honolulu.;; Purser Klbllng and Freight ' Clerk . Pleper noted the -loss of . U. four , masts, the mainmast dis playing a small stump above the deck. The foremast was Jury rigged with a t wmmm 0 IS SAVED sail, the middle masts .were Jury rig- 000 therefor.' ned but no canvas was seen.' A large! - These facts became known defi rectlon of the bulwarks is said to have'nltely this morning. The Star-Bulle-been washed away, and the wreck was tin published a month ago an article destitute of lnmtier, while much of, concerning, the negotiations, and sev the upper works had disappeared. The' eral have appeared since, but for the rudder, apparently- was in working or- j first, tim e - positive statemerfts were der and the vessel displayed no list ! madl relating to the deal by 3. F. The hull looked to be in good condi-! Hackfeld. He stated that all the pa lion: The Claudlne came within short Jpers with the exception1 of one had range of the disabled -schooner, at. which time her officers shouted their port of departure and destination. Captain Pilts, a: well known Hono- lulu navigator, commanded the Robert Searles until about eight months ago, when he remained ashoYe at Seattle, tthere to take up the life of a rancher, Captain Piltz is the father of Captain George Pilta, now master of the Com mercial Pacific cable schooner Flaur ence "Ward. ' -The matter of salvage will be de termined following the arrival of the vessel at Honolulu: The repairs re quired to , make the Robert Searles seaworthy, if is-said, will amount to a large sum. '.The schooner called at Honolalu about three months ago,, at which time a cargo of lumber from Kapahulu Residents Say Sher iff Is Going Against Pub lic Sentiment DOHT'WAMT RESORT NEAR THEIR HOMES Declare That Wishes of People In Section of City Should )' Govern Official v.-- v l The Star-Bulletin has received the following vlgorcus -protest from resl- dents of KapahulUL district against , dance resort In that district The pro- test Is signed ' by Ten Kapahulans' whose names have been given to the editor, of the Star-Bulletin. Their spokesman states that they have re- ceived no satisfaction In an effort to take the matter up with Sheriff jarrett: . ;C Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin, bid farewell to any , political ; asplra tlons he mar have.., . v i When he adds to this mistake the lending asslsUnce to fcondl- j uuua uicu are.iiaoie to cause iiw- UOTft ery law. he Is elected to n ill v 1 l encyr-for obviously he has departed 'fL --i r::- e: with a: ntimW of others V? 'C?V"C"V " v be. .thought prudish when-we pro- test agaJnest the granting of a license by the sheriff of this city for the' hula resort lately so flagrantly in the pub lic; eye. r A "greater number of us dp not ' evext; go to church, but neverthe less have a , sense of decency that is simply outraged. : by : the proposal .to continue this dancing of . the hula for pay; In our midst The . resort" is lo caed; on the main, road leadlhg 'out of KaDahulu". and rirht : on the boom- daryf; Kapioiani"'park::-T piff rctll- uren, going to schoo are compelled to pass It at least twice each. day. And Just as ohe little spoonful of vinegar will . spoil' tcfbole gallon of ice cream. so will the mere ; passing ; of - this place with its- too well-known 'associ ations, undo a day; of . good school- To think that right on the verge of the trial of a man for killing another under, conditions which reflect any thing, but that which Is good on the place of the' murder, the sheriff "of this , city should propose to. legalize this business. by granting It a. license is sickening and disgusting.".". '.n' - : . Did we have the recall, the sheriff could! bid ' his political : aspirations goodbye much sooner than ;wiU prob- ahjr- .be the. case. ; . ;:-,' -i'::,- He has knowledge of the protests of the residents of Kapahulu against the Issuing of a license for this place. ; he has knowledge that the commis- ; (Continued on page four) "A H. K; Bishop Is Given a Large Sum of Money to Release '; r HisContracts - '-y's;:-J. ::-Ayp' 'V. '-;,,- Jorgen Jorgensen, Civil engineer of the : Hawaiian ; Irrigatioil Company, signed the Instruments Saturday. af-J ternoon by whlch he accepts the con tract for the completion of the great Waiahole water , tunnel project. H. K Bishop, who began the project, has permitted his contract with the com pany to be cancelled, and has receiv ed a sum in. the neighborhood of $00,- been signed, and that Jorgensen had given a ' large surety .bond for the faithful performance of his contract. "Mr, Jorgensen will take over the work at -once and complete it. His 'contract, however, does not call for the large pipes for the tunnel. With that exception the entire work will be done by him. A satisfactory arrange ment has been reached with Mr. Bishop." Asked if the report were true that Bishop had received $62,500 for t re leasing the company from its contract with' him, Hackfeld said that it was slightly more than actually given him. He , said that before giving the exact .figure,' he would have to get the per mission of i Bishop. He made - the same statement concerning the flg- JOilGiSiiil SB FOR .. .. : y;y v.. ' ft ..V-:- -. :. :vr ' V' s ,w ;-: v . ' J?'iKy-.m:':-. j PHOTOS BY chler 5:, will probably ;bel Connie Mack's choice ..... . . . . - ' . . . worm 8 series xcmorrow. ai ruemaree or: x.uns s juanjuai . -utcu i twirl for the Giants;' Bender is one of day and in the past has been, New .YONTa cowman, . Darning, ine iiaau in Giants iiVAttlbticB-Clash for; Blue Ribbon Pennant: eSt- fAasocIated'.Preasr Cabll,v'jf :i.5H-; ; NEW YORK XryOct.' 6.---The made a mov to and the slaned article"; abuse d by Vprorninent basebau players wno.aiiow tnetr iiames to oe newspapersv The commission ruled today .that no players in organized .Base ball will be allowed , to write for the - newspapers In 19H. Inasmuch as a. number of wdknown tplayera have write about the present twetrid's series, contracts. . The commission's stand is of the players whilei not writing the clems andBoma of ther criticism stirred ud Ill-feeling among teams' and team-membersc-?-:4tv: The' blua ribbon-eyeht of baseball ics. reDresentlnff -resnectively- the pennant . winners or; the National ana Atrtprirun .iMffiift wni r.lash , at the' the first jgame of the; world a series, and for the next wee -tne naucina eye;, will be focussed ohtbeupe and downs of the twa premier, basebanjbrganiz- atlona of the countrvi:2,.-.. .l :; The .world's aeries comprises the . best, four out pf seven games, ana the players on the pay-roll of the winning; team Vm;draW.;iIpTa:V;mapit ficent Dremlnm for. their Dost-season euorts. , : Both teams are the class of i their circuits, .and -it la safe to guess that the series will j be a real battle cc giants; and thf vict w is quite, probahle thafc the ; full seven; '-.games fwill be .required to decide the; winner and -that the ; bisebalf fanaticiai ctthe) Quaker and Knickerbocker metropolises will endure many a heart-throb before the final result is flashed td the : waiting'; world. ; : : New York and Philadelphia won their pennants by .such decisive mar'; rins' this season that it is hard to predict the ' final outcome of the series. Honolulu. however.: li maintaining its ship by "coming to bat"; for the New York . Giants. A ' careful canvass : of sporting, centers develbpathe fact that the baseball enthusiasts of Oahu-'. and their'name. is legion-r-favor the -chance of John McGraw's , henchmen, and --that': the odds;areuBlIghuyan favor nursery rhyme; - . . ''". -':' "'. ' , ,1 do not like thee. Dr. Fell, . ; . -:;t - - The reason why I cannot tell, But thia I know, and iknow full well, " I do not like thee. Dr. Fell." v. "V v' ',This seems "to vapply to Cornelius McGIllicuddy and his aggregation n! Athletics. Not that-there is any desire delphia in the American League' pennant race,; but rather ' that the- faith of fandom is pinned on the wonderful piece by piece, and part by part, through the ; individual eiiorta. or tne : ittle Napoleon." - On iue eve of the first battle, the nett, who looked with pitying eyes and institutions whett-Ae crossed the big' water last .year - to "write us up," would , probably be struck wordless, should he land in Gotham today. Every.' taint pales intb msignifieance when compared with the baseball battle. Eve in Hawaii the tadff la forgotten, y approved by being entirelyt?erlooked. "Matty", means more than free sugar, and Bender is more or a men&ceiaan Deets. r Press dispatches from "the front- state tbatvery seat has been, sold for 'the opening game, and that thousands of enthusiasts, and hundreds of thousands of dollars, have been turned . away by, the 'management.' ev er in the history of baseball, -say the statisticians, have two-Such magnl-. ficent playing machines come together, and the resuUant clash . wfU. "be heard from Maine to California, and thence to the mid-Pacific stronghold" -o.tl; the national game., A Chinaman named Chang Kee, also known as Lee Chan Kim, was struck and badly injured shortly before 2 o'clock this afternoon by an auto driv en by Theodore . Thiele, manager of the Territorial Hotel Company. According, to the report at the po- ice station, given by Officer W. B. Serrey, who has. several witnesses to bear,out his. statements, Managei Thiele was driving at a moderate rate on Bethel - toward King, street when HOTEL MANAGER'S AUTO HITS ilMftlPllDliflT AVtC RICAM PRES AS50CT to ft Itcher of 'the r Philadelphia u Athletics, . tepltch the opening, game , cf ; ' ihe . 1 .... . . A, J 4 r the greatest pitchers in the girae. to national baseball commission i today y usea as ; auwiora or , arucies jor .wb made contracts :wlth4newspapers to ;no; action Is takehsr against; these taken Because or; tne tact tnat many articles, .sold them as- signed , criti. is on tomorrow. " Giants and. Athlet historic New York U?olo Grounds, 4n . . .'r;;.?' , record for strong and-loyal partisan of the uothamites. mere is an oia. ' - to beUttle the grand worK or Phila - machine that has been assembled " V . . ; nation is - hysterical. Arnold - Ben paying pen on American sporting and the administration is negative- from the curb directly in the path of the machine. Neither was " looking, it Is said. The Chinaman was knock ed down and a front whee.1 passed over his body. .He was immediately taken to the. Queen's hospital, where at 2 o'clock it was stated that his in ternal Inquries' appear to be "serious. Manager Thiele accompanied an of ficer to the police station, where he was released lon is. own 4 recoghlx ance. Thiele has the. reputation of being a careful "drlyer. He - has - not Testimony Given in Impeachment Court Deals with Exccu J five's Efforts to Influence Republican Legislators Al-D with Big Campaign Fund ; J---x ':V:V--';N . : : ; ; - -Prss Cable ; 'V'; 'n.. .-. ; ' ; ALBANY, hi.' Yv Oct. 6- Allan Ryan, ton of Thomas Fortune Ryan, capitalist and Democratic politician, added a new chapter to the d!c!:j ures concerning Governor Sutler's campaign activities when he testlTsi during the impeachment trial that he had contributed $10,CCO to tha New York state fund at Sulxer'a urgent request ' After the Impeachment had been voted, Ryan declared, "Suzer asksd me to see Senator Root and request him to urge William Carnes, tha Rs;ub lican state leader, to persuade the Republican members; of this , bedy ta vote that this. court hat no right to Impeach him. ; -, ' :.. Ryan't testimony precipitated a sensation. . ' --: . ' r 5 I; ' , '.I -r- ' ' r- ".0; llotHuirtByiBet.brtc::. - i f' t- ' - 'V,'-' - ' :4 i 'i- .v. WASHINGTON, D. Oct 6.--Joseph Folk, former givemsr cf f soiiri and now a solicitor for the state department, today gave an cp!r!: ruling that the-American rights of Harry K. Thaw were not violated by tv; Canadian authorities when, they deported him from CoatJcsok. Mr. Fc! c refuses to sanction a protest by the state department -" - ; ;'-'r: '; m ... 1 Vuari Shih-Iai Is S! 2 c tecl' IWiMTo- Head ".'Ghines's p'r i, --'.r-'i-f-' -.C v' Associated -Press Cable -; PEKING, China, Oct 6 Yuan Chlh-Kal, provfsbral republic of China, was today elected the first permanent Frr;: young republic' His term Is fixed, at fve years, and ha the;thlrd ballot taken by the national ass:mily. V , Nome Ala 1 01 E''U- '' AesocUted 4 NOME.- Alaska. Oct 6. The. city yea beach,, has, been almost destroy si'LyVsicrmi.'--a - m;i; tuva-been devastated. No loss cf life I reportsd. u- Many iviuraeiS in? ;yf!':: v" y:' ?- ;--.WVfAssocUt' Press .Citle : '; - ' " - 1 V CHICAfio, IIW Oct. 6V-Ths police "have' ascertained thst rr.xr.y cf 1 murders that Henry Spencer, the confessed Cluebeard, hu :r.::i:J : purely imaginary.' Spencer was arrested for tha. murder cf I'n. r.:x, and not only confessed this but told the police he had comrr.ILirJ 14 C. murders. The police have found out they believe that part of his story is women..,'.;'" -Ov'-rvi v--- ; Orv - - - Associated ; CHIQAGO, 111 Oct. 6w-Ty Cobb, Detroit's great center e!ier, Is t leading batsman of the major leagues, according to the ,ofr.;;;J. zv;r: made public today. In the last few weeks Cobb distanced Joe Ji:' Cleveland sluaaer. and finished wrth a' percentage of ZZ2. Jake Cr.::., first baseman for the Brooklyn Nationals, leads the NationaJ lea;-9 v;: 59. ; -;;,r: W:C' - -'X -V' '' -- ' ' ' ' ' f ' - - JAPANESE ADVERSE JO EXHIBIT AT THE P.-P. I. E. (Special cable to' the Japanese Chron- li:-:.- ::-:f." icle i- ,;' '-'A TOKIO; Japan, -October 5. In spite of the constant urging on the part of tne government. the officials and merchants of the larger Japanese cit ies still remain firm In their opposi tion to an exhibit' at the Panama-Pa cific ' Exposition in 1 San Francisco in 1915. Doctor Soyeda. who recently returned here from a tour of the Unit ed StateW has urged the necessity of such exhibits, and his statements hare been upheld by the government and the chambers of commerce. AThe peo ple are still ahected by the passage of the anti-alien land holding bill in Cal ifornia, ; and this leg'Iatlon - is given as the cause for their refusing to ex hibit. According to the present out look, Japan will not participate In tha exposition.. . -v7. ;.;; ;' . ';--"'.""'"": HEAVY DAMAGE BY FJRE (Special cable to the Nippu Jijl) TOKIO, Japan. Oct. 5. -A fire broke out yesterday at Nilgata.- a seaport on me uoruieru .. luwi ucaw cy the 3d : tisid f -artcieryt rov it more than 75 houses and kft manyrone(i a FcrtrMeyer, Va;: ao ; Fcrt, persons homeless. The damage is es-:caTn Houston. Tex.; , -; ! : : S . timated at 90,000 yen. w: 'i ' STORM SWEEPS JAPAN .(Special catile to the Nlppu. Jijl) "I he colore! jCavarry regiment in tu. -Tnvin Tdhon K ftwATit-wl Ctates. and will-'eTia.hTA ' thft'wftr -de. . VJM . W . " cM, v. .j IshIhg,boats were destroyed and eral lives lost yesterday ' when 4 a storm swept over the prefecture of Shlzuoku. 6a the northetn coast of Japan. Mucb damaga was also done - inland. ( " " '.'v: l PRESIDEMTlAU ELECTION i (Special by wireless and cable. to the Sun Chong Kwock Bo, via San Fran cisca) - V ; PEKlxa China, Oct, 5.The first permanent presidential electlon'of the Chinese republic will' be held tomor' row! The president wilt asume office October 10. The Honolulu School for Boys has adopted a : new uniform for . the boys of that jKjpular institution. ' ;The uni form la of; dark.; brown khaki, pat- r.t cf t: :r.i cf I t 1 10 " Press C&tleJ . '' cf No;, ttr:1. j t; t. that the man Is an c?lum " smoker, L true and that he has killed sev: .. : - -- ' t ' ; ' "' Press Catlel - jl nrAI Cf I HE n i ; 1 4- Special Stsr-Bulletln Correspoh3an: VSCHOFlELD BAPwHACKS, Oct. & well-authenticated rumor' has reac ed the post, to the effect that the p"' icy of the; war; department of estab lishing the force in Hawaii on tin status- of - colonial troops, similar tT the system, in . yogtie- la the Phllir pines, will go Into effect upon the ar rival of the .regiments which will re lieve r the various ' organizations no V here. The 2d Infantry will return to the mainland at the conclusion cf iu three-year ; tour, next ; March, the . 1st infantry ln May, 1915, and .the i!h cavalry and the 23th infantry in Janu ary, 1916.; The 'entire 1st "field artil lery 4s to ;refurn to; tha . stetea it; j,iDC and '"svill probah'j-! b, reJ'w? v-.-d The reclment to relW fhVyh'rar- c airy Is thought to be the 10th cavalry.1 now at, Fort Ethan Allen,- Vt Thl. . will station 'one; colored-Infantry a-.d . pr?:!i: 1 L b L L 10T m r . . .. sev-lPartmenC to secure : the. continuous service, or a large number or men wno .' ctherwise would leave ; : the army Uather than serTe -continuously ..on for elgn - duty,;- --.fi. ;.':;-. , The rumor. "conres from an, author!- taIve Source; so that it is -generally &cceAtelere the correct "dope."-:. SWIMMING' TEAM WILL 'BE ANNOUPiCED.TOuIGHT V ';:--:r-:V'-'-tf - ', Members ht the Hal Nalo ,.-wilt hold a meeting tonight 41 S'doeav at'the Moana hotetat which flsaannounce- f meat will' be made as to tha personnel of the swimming teun that will gd to the Coas t under the' guidance of Pres ident W Tr.KawlIflS to eotapets in the Portola swimming erenu,' ,The "team leaves -"Wednesday. : All members r the cluV are asXed to be r ' rv.