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Prom fc P.t HoiL-Mongolia ' Oct. For S. F.i Wllfcelmina, Oct. 8. Fretn Vsuronirrr Marama, Oct 8. For Yancoavert Makura, Oct. 7. AN L 4 iA :A. j A f 7 s r i k v- 'A r h'venlng Bulletin. Est. 1882. No. 56C8. Hawaiian Star. Vol. XXI. No. 6708. 14 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, OCT. C, 1913 -14 PAGES. 1 PRICE FIVE CENTS. 5; CAPT; MILLER SU HONOLULANS FAVOR N. Y. SUtZiR HARD t3 JT A3fi5 W BY: TESILihY hi irB o-o o o I5TSIN ISSUED FOR TO LICENSE HULA World's Series Holds Fans' Attention LEGAL BATTLE t i ! ( I lit' vi ii iu i I i i i i r i i . I i I i i i .. -1 i i i i i i i i V 1 i I m. - .'. . ' - ! IB ti ll .IK . I : I V I 1 ' . I I - 1 r II .1 .-"(..-. - I BPOENAS mm plan PERS HALL PROTESTED 1 V i "... Si Testimony of Father Rougier 1 Fails to Deter Claimant of $53,000 Commission PRIEST MAyTeOBLIGED TO POSTPONE VOYAGE Attorney vWarren Will Endeav or to Prove That Contract Was Terminated Star-Bulletin Article Gives First Inkling to Federal Officers of Possibility of Trust BRECKONS NOW' MAKING A THOROUGH PROBE Ranchers Alleged To Be Parties to Efforts to Control Prices of Meat on Islands . Rapid developments were shown to- Instead of coming to an abrupt end as had evidenUy been anUcipated, follow-Ma hA nrpnArftttnn fnr the inves - Ing the testimony of the' defendant to tlgaticn to be conducted by the fed- lu uik a uu u jm.n nTy nto tne arrairs or tne . . ie ii . a v . ed the sale on which the suit is based, Hawaii Meat Company. The evidence which the federal officials declare brings up the question of the exist ence of a powerful meat trust oper ating over the territory was added , to this morning, and when the grand 4 Jury : meets next jMonday a score Or more wl tn esses, principal ly f rom Oa thn and Hawaii, are expected to be on hand to tell what they know concem lrg the existence or non-existence of the alleged tru3t X United , States District Attorney Breckons stated this morning that his attention was first called to the possi ble existence of, a 'meat combine from! an article appearing in the Star-Bul- letln, which was the account of C." Q.1 i. 1 , rVUt In zlt t ruu-U Ij Captain Ff'C. .. Miller for US.UJ conmlssion. Kapahulu Residents Say Sher iff Is Going Against Pub lic Sentiment DON'T WANTRisbRT NEAR THEIR HOMES Declare That Wishes 'of People in Section of City Should Govern Official . The Star-Bulletin has received the following vigorous protest from;resI- dents of Kapahulu district against any plan to license the Puahi hula 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; I- , ' -X-- ' Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin, , SIr;r-When a sheriff: of any Amer ican community makes the 'mistake of ignoring public sentiment, he should bid farewell to any political aspira tlons he may have. - - ; ; t , When be adds to this mistake the error rof lending assistance to condi tlons which are liable to . cause-viola tions of the very' laws he Is elected to Yea Hop's break with : the Hawaii j uphold, he should bid farewell to de-. Meat company tne ionner navngicency . w obviously he has' departed mOe arrangements to import large qoantitlesvof-beef and mutton from Australasia. . : . " :; I ;; ; ' With r retailer, U wholesaler and slaaghttrer alleged to be, In "their re spective ways, tied up and involved in the supposed trust, either to buy or sell, ; ihe ; Investigation of ithe j grand jury is expected to. be a long one, re quiring : the attendance 'oft many wit nesses. If Indictments are found they will probably bring before the bar s a large number, of persons, prominent the affairs of the territor: vkV Brrctfcns Postering Eilderice i t , ' Dtstrict Attorney Breckons." as- the federal - prosecutlng) officer - here, is mtxsteVmgythe'etidence for' U randj Jury.'- Just'now. he Is keeDtog.bls 6wn counsel, to at great extent as .to -exactly what proof he Is in . a position to furnish, si He admits, however that he has several contracts, executed .'by ' re- tailers and the ' r Hawaii , Meat Com Capt 'Frederick : C. Miller' $53,000 ' pany, in which the former agree to suit .against' Father Emmanuel Rou gier took a newf iturn this mornfng, the monotony, of the "hearing was : re sumed and now promises to continue for several days or possibly a week. ; Fatter Jlougier had. engaged pas sage to-the Coast on the steamer Wil helmina; due ? to depart - Wednesday . (Continued on page' three)' buy their beef exclusively from "the companr. It Is believed he has other contracts, signed by I cattle-raisers on Hawaii, Oahu and Maui covenanting to deliver' all; their beef to the Hawaii Meat Company.', . ' v ' i ' This morning - the conferred with several men, believed to be meat re 1 S (Continued on : page seven) - SEARLES STILL IS SEAVORTHY : . Ail HALF 0 CARGO IS SAVED therefrom. We agree with a number, of otners that there are hulas and hulas. We, as residents of the suburb to be bur dened with Ithe i proposed 'ontInuance of yes, nefarious traffic do not wish to be thought prudish when ' we; pro test agalnest the granting-of a license by .the sheriff of this city for the .hnla resort lately; so flagrantly-in the nub ile ' eye, A greater number of s da not even . go to cnurcn, out nevertne lessihave a sense of .decency that is simpijr outraged, by : the proposal . to continue' this dancing of the. hula - for pay in ur midst. -''The resort -Is lo- Kahului ' Citizen Make Thirty-six-Hour Fiahtln Order to Save - Schooner, and Rescue Crew 1 Captain and Deck- Load i Go Overboard During Storm of Kapahnla.' anet rfgni' oif the'bbd dacrTKapIolanl s parfcivQur chl dren; going to school are .'compelled to pass ft; at least twice each day. - And just as one -little . spoonful: of vinegar wlU spoil a whole gallon of ice. cream, so 5 Will i Ihe mere , passing of , this place witUr its too well-known associ ations, undo a day , of , good school inir. :' t - :.. . i To think tnat right on. the verge of the trial of a man for killing another under, conditions - which reflect any UilBg.but vtbat'whlch is good.cn the places of the murder, the , sheriff - of this city "should propose to legalize this, business by granting it a license is sickening ana disgusting. -t Did we have the recall, the sheriff could bid : his political , aspirations goodbye much sooner than will "prob ably be the case. " - : Ife has knowledge of the protests of the residents of Kapahulu; against the .issuing of a license for this .place. - he has knowledge that the commls- (Continued on ' page four) ; ; :A (Special Wireless to ;the -Staulletln.) ; ; , f , . KAHULUH MauV Oct 6. With four masts and all . deck cargo .eveK board, the American schooner" Robert Seariesi-from Seattle to Valpar aiso, Chile, lumber laden, was sighted off Harnakuapoko' on. Saturday in the Alexander & Baldwin tug Leslie-Baldwin, Captain Parker, . pilot. Superin tendent .Walsh; of the Kahutui Rallwey, and Dr. Osmers proceeded to the vessel to render all possible -assistance. ' ; 4 Reaching the dismantled craft the relief party worked for thlrty-slx-' hours ir bringing -the schooner to an anchorage, at KahuM harbor." The vessel's deck presented a sickening ' sight ; Captain Sandberg and the en tire deck cargo went over the side on August 24 1 a terrible typhoon hav ing disabled the. vessel. A crew of eight men was saved, and aid was Immediately forthcoming from the public spirited and sympathetic people of Kahutui. V .. ' , . . The Searies Is declared as seaworthy, with about one half of her cargo saved. The. owners were yesterday notified of the damage to the shtp and the losa.of,cargo.,T '-' 'i. -l The -American ' schooner Robert Searies'. wrecked', August 24 in lati tude 121 and longitude 18. while on a , voyage from Seattle to Valparaiso, "and proceeding to KahuluL Maui, un der jury sail and rudder until picked up in distressed condition by the sea going tug Leslie Baldwin Saturday night 'Ul bo brought, to Honolulu, where repairs will be liiade the ves sel to go otf the marine railway, ac cording to a. statement made today. An Inter-Island, steamer is expected -to take ethe .dismantled vessel in tow and bring ber into this harbor by the latter part of the week. The chief officer of the Robert Searies took comnnd of the schoon er following" the loss of Capt. Sand berg and declded to put into the Ha waiian islands. All ship's papers were lost as well as the efrects of officers and crew. It was stated this morning in a late wireless received by Alex ander & Baldwin that about 500 feet of lumber remained aboard the vessel below decks. , The upper portion 'of the schooner presented a scene of tangled wreck- ' Iron' Settees and Gates H. E; H E N D R 1 C K,' LTD. JOiiOENSi iv''v V i t s - w v " t tijjj -t photos by vtemcetti pRess iNssocvnTtoti . s Chief Benderfamous 'Indian pitcner;t)fj the .Philadelphia VAttiletlcS will - probably be Connie Mack's choic e to pitch the . opening ' game, of .the ; world's series tomorrow, 'Al -Demaree or Rube Marquard is expectea to; twirl for the Glantsj. -..Bender is on of the greatest pitchers in the game . to- day and; in the pisf -J e been -New orx'r, jflowiif sJI b&jnins . hepntsin Giantsand AtMc ;Glashomo Associated FKsa vaDlel r'.yv.-IT'i.'ii .x 7-V 4 . .4 i - 4.- H. K; Bishop Is Giverr-a Large Sum of Money to Release His Contracts Jorgen Jorgensen, civil engineer of the Hawaiian Irrigation Company, signed the instruments Saturday af ternoon by which he accepts the con tract for the completion of the great Walahole water tunnel project H. K. Bishop, who began the project has permitted his contract with the com pany to be cancelled and has receiv- age as the' vessel was towed into Ka hului and was passed by the Inter Island steamer Claudine, then bound for. Honolulu. Purser Klbllng and Freight Clerk Pieper noted the loss of all four masts, the mainmast dis playing a small stump above the deck., The foremast was jury rigged with aed a sun in the neighborhood of $00, call, the middle masts were jury rig- 000 therefor. K.ed but no canvas was seen. A large These farts became known defi rectlon of the bulwarks is said to have nitely this morning. The Star-Bulle-been waShed away, and the wreck was tin published a month ago an article destitute of lumler, 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- first time positive statements were der and the vessel displayed no list i made relating to the deal by J. F. The hull looked to be in good condi- Hackfeld. He stated that all the pa tion. The Claudine came within fehort pers with the 'exception of one had range of the disabled schooner, at t been signed, and that Jorgensen had which time her officers shouted their! given a large surety bond for the port of departure and destination. Captain Pilts, a well known HoNno- faithfui performance of his contract "Mx Jorgensen will take over the lulu navigator, commanded the Robert . work at once and complete it. His Searies until about eight months ago, ' contract, however, does not call for when he remained ashore at Seattle, the large pipes for the tunnel. JVith there to take up the life of a rancher, that exception the entire work will be Captain Pilts is the father of Captair George Piltz, 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 Searies seaworthy, it is said, will amount to a large sum: "The schooner called at Honolulu about three months ago, at done by him. A satisfactory arrange ment ha3 been reached with Mr. Bishop." Asked if the report were true that Bishop had received $62,500 for 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 Bishop. He made the tN6Y,YbRK,fN;vV4:rOct;eTie'i national baseball commlsslbrtvtoday made - a move'to end thesigned article'- abuse by prominent ' basebajt players who allow thelrnames to be fcsed as' authors of, articles- f orv the newspaper.. The commission ruled, today that ho players In organized base ball -will hA. aiiawed.ta iwrita. for the newioabers in 1914. Inasmuch; at a number of ; welVknowa pluyer have made contracts .wjth .newspapers to write; abouf the present world's series,- n& action la-takeni-aginstthese contracts. ;The commission's stand is taken because orthe fact -that many of the players, while ott writing -the articles, sold ;them as signed criti cisms and some ofnhe Criticism stirred up iit-feeling among teama and; team-members,' 'Ll .: , "X .'The blue ribbon -vent of baseball Is. on tomorrow. Giants and Auilet-. cs. renfesentlne respectively the pennant winners of the i National 4 and American leagues, will clash at tne historic New - York Polo Grounds, In the first game of the world's series, and for the next week the national eye will be focussed. on Ihe tips and downs of the two. premier baseball organiz ations .of -the country.. '' " .The . Virorld's series ; comprises the best, four out of . seven games, and the players ofl tle pay-toll of the winning team will draw down-a jnagnl- flcent? premium for their post-season euorts.' Both teams are the clam of their circuits, and it la safe to guess that the series will be a real' battle ot giants, and that victory will be hara-won. It is quite, probable that the ' full seven games willbe required to decide the winner, and ,thatthe . baseball fanatics of theQuaker and Knickerbocker metropolises will endure - many a heart-throb before the final result is flashed to the waiting world. New York and Philadelphia won their pennants by such decisive mar gins this season that it is hard to predict the final, outcome of the series. Honolulu- however, is .maintaining its record for strong and loyal partisan ship by "coming to bat' for the New York Giants. A careful canvass Df t sporting centers develops tbe fact that the baseball enthusiasts of Oahu and -their name Is legion favor the chance of John McGraw's henchmen, and that the odds are slightly in favor of the Gothamites. There Ir an old nursery rhyme: I do not like thee. Dr. Fell, The reason why I cannot tell, But this I know,' and know full well, I do not like thee, Dr. Fell." -This seems to apply to Cornelius McGillicuddy and his aggregation of Athletics." Notthat there is any desire to belittle the grand work ctPhllaK delphia in the American League pennant race, but rather ;thatUhi faith of fandom 13 pinned on he 'wonderful machine that , has-been fsembled piece by piece, and part by part,, through the Individual effort of "the little Napoleon." '"" v '. . r ' V" : On uie eve of the first battle, the nation ii hysterical. Arnold Ben nett who looked with pitying eyes and paying pen on American sporting institutions when he crossed the big water 'last year to rite; Us " yp," would probably be struck wordless, should he land in Gotham today. Every. ' uiing pales into insignificance when compared with the baseball 'battle. Even in Hawaii the tariff Is forgotten, and the administration is negative1 ly approved by being entirely overlooked. "Matty" means more than free sugar, and Bender is more of a menace than beets. - Press dispatches from "the front;' state that every 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".-Never in the history of baseball, say the statisticians, have two such magni ficent playing machines come together, and the resultant clash will be heard from Maine to California, and thence to the mid-Pacific stronghold of . the national game. . .., .. i , . i , Testimony Given in Impeachment Court Deals with Execu tive's Efforts to Influence Republican Legislators' Also ; with Big Campaign Fund ; . ; 7 , : t:: .1 r v s , r t v. 'i: " i v- . r.-.;v'v ; r Aaociatel Ptm CabUI' ,. r , ALBANY, N. Y Oct 6wi-Allan Ryan, aon; of Thomas Fortune ' Ryan, capitalist and Democratic politician, added a iew chapter to the discloa urea concerning Governor Sulzer'a .campaign activities whan he testified during the impeachment trial that he had contributed $10,000 to the Ntw York state fund at Sulzer'a urgent request wfi.. J - )--'-;-" w ' After the Impeachment had been voted, Ryan declared, "Sutztr asked me to see Senator Root and request him to urge William Barnes, the Repub lican state leader, to persuade the Republican member of this body to vota that -this court has no right to I mpeaeh hlm. - ' ; !'r n : v: Ryan's, testimony precipitated a - sensations ,K .i . -:- 'S-' .r" , m i Folk Mes thaw's Rights Not Hurt By Dep ortation ' , ' v f Associated Press Cahls -1 f j , ' " " r. WASHINGTON, D. C4 Oct; 8-4 oseph Folk, former governor of Mis souri and now a solicitor for the state department today gave an opinion ! ruling that the American rights of Harry K. Thaw were not violated by the Canadian authorities when, they deported him from Coatlcook.-. Mr,' Folk sefusea to sanction a protest by the state departments - 1 r Yuan Shih-Kai Is Eiecced v , ToHead Chinese Republic 3 vi (Associated Press Cable 7t . - .- --' ':: f PEKING, China, Oct.-6--Yuan Shih-Kal, provisional ' president, cf th republic 'of China, was today electid the Mrs permanent president cf ths young republic H la term la fixed a t five years, and he was chcien;cn the third ballot taken by the national assembly, t-' -,- v .-V- . : -. - y . m i ea" i -,-, . i , Nome, Stricken: by Storm,- 'Is: in Sore Weedbf Quic.: :' i : : t Associated ' Prs CatleJ . ', : , UNDME, Alaska. pct-6-The less i.t,.f.;r-9 la set 'at houses have" been wrecked. ; Tens of provisions have be; i r ; newspapers forced tosyspend publication, and theelectri: lr?vlthin.t?xT;sre I :t i; -J v .;. ' " ' . ;- ' v..- :. 1 . ' -n, L. '.. " tAssddated Press CaLlelv:' s. . , . v 4 .NOME. Alaska,;Oct. S Tho City of "Nome, strttchsi cut beach, ,has been almost destroyed bystorrna. Two ,mi!es ftlsnj ths frcnt have been devastated. , No loss of fife is reported, f j f -j :.?:-.; "3 'A Mahv Murders Ima giriniy (Associated Press Ccile CHICAGO. IIU Oct. 6vThe pollcs have ascertained that-many cf.the mardert that Henry Spencer, the confessed Bluebeard, has - ai.r.lttsi .. are purely- Imaginary. Spencer waa arrested for the myrdei cf Mrs, Rexvoat and not only confessed this but told the police he had committed 14 ctsr murders.,- The police have found out that the. man is an opium smoker, but they believe that part of his story is true and that he has killed several women.' . --f 1 !. ?': f ; :. ': ' :';:y , ' '', V '- . ; SylGobbLeS'tf ;'.V--v-r:'; i -'! ' ,V '(Associated Press Cable! ; ' "CHICAGO, I1U Oct. 6 Ty Cobb, Detroit's great centerflelder, la tha leading batsman of the major leagues,, according to the official averajet made oublltf today. In the last few weeks Cobb distanced Jos Jackson, the Cleveland sluaaer. and finished with a percentage of , 3S3. Jake .Oaubert, first baseman for the' Brooklyn' Nationals, feada the, National. league with 1359',:.. t": Va-": f ," Ua ' ' ''-- ' Harrison Tells e; Filib A. inos He is for Iiide pendence . ! .-.. . ... AsaodatNt Prese 'Cable. : vVC'i ?", I :- MANILA. P. I Oct. 6- Governor-General Francis Burton Harrison ar rived here todav. He proclaims that he will do hia utmost to hasten Inde pendence, and meanwhile; he demands unremitting recognition of American ; sovereignty. The natives are enthusiastic over y9 ouuook. ..: ;;,fV- . OF CHINESE NATIONAL LEAGUE FINISH v.y --",.;,. ... ; (Associated Press Csbls s NEW YORK, N.,Y Oct. 6 The of ficial standing of the National. League for the season Just closed was given' out today. The teams flnlah as fol lows: ' -".A New York 'M ' ' HOTEL MANAGER'S AUTO HITS Be ginning a prompt probe of the statement of a Chinaman that he had given "Willie" Crawford $1000 to "fix the city attorney's office," the territo rial grand Jury went Into session at 2 o'clock this afternoon in the senate chamber of the capitol. Chun Kim Sut. the Chinaman who j according to a statement made by At Philadelphia Chicago ... Pittsburg Boston Brooklyn Cincinnati . St. Louis .583 " .575 1 .523 :.435 1 -418 .340 SWIMMING TEAM WILL BE ANNOUNCED J0NIGHT s " W IS BADLY HURT Members: of the Hul Nalu will bold - tonej Wrrin Andrews on thewit- ttonighVf ' 1 aa , wiBIoanli hotel atwhich final announce- v, ,ftAft wmi no.t-rA yolment will be made as to the personnel flVVV 1.V nuns vyicmu.u, it w v-w . ... . t . f tho witnPBBA, raiT tn wat of the swimming team that, will go to jury's desire this afternoon. Attorney; Andrews was the first witness before one!--iof -Jfthe Coast tinder the guidance of Pres- A Korean named Chang Kee, also known as Lee Chan Kim, was struck and badly injured fitiorfty" before 2 o'clock this afternoon by an auto driv en by Theodore a. Thiele, manager of the Territorial Hotel Company. According to the report at the po lice station, given by Officer B. Ferry, who has several witnesses to bear out his . statements. Manager Thiele was driving at a moderate rate which time a .cargo of lumber from same statement concerning the"fig- onBethel toward King street when J curb directly in tha path of the machine. Neither was looking, it is said. The Korean was knocked ed down and a r.-ont wheel passed ever his body. He was immediately taken to the Queen's hospital, where at 2 o'clock ft was stated that his In ternal Injuries appear to be serious. Manager Thiele accompanied an of ficer to the police , station, where he was released tn , own recognizance.- , Thiele . has . the , reputation of being a caref ul' driver. ; He has not the inquisitors. Others called as pos sible witnesse are Lee Hung, a China man involved in the Chun Kim Sut case. Willie Crawford. E. A. Donthltt, who was Chun's counsel in his cases before the circuit court,- and C. P. Pe terson, one of the attorneys that Chun is alleged to have dropped as counsel and whose dismissal, it was testified, was. accompanied by his statement about "fixing" the city attorney's of fice. : Crawford has already said th.at.the Chinaman's story is false and that his only v connection with the case was when he; was associated with Attorney Chillingworth at the coroner's in"vt ident V. T. Rawlins to compete In the ,r; Portolaswimming events, xne .ieam . . leaves-Wednesday. All members of , the clubLare asked to be present tor' nigElT" . . -'v ; sugar Beets: 88 analysis, 9s. 4 Md. Parity, 5.98 cents. Previous quotation, 9s.V ; waa alleged that the Chinaman and . his wife had killed the child, and the . charges are thaL Crawford promised . to use hisJnfluence with tVa c!t" r-'