The Star Is An Intelligent Progressive Newspaper
HONOLULU, HAWAII, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 'i, 1908.
No. 51 50
I - . ...no I BIG THING
it vlTIvS FVR HAWAII
Either Kaea v 3 to get off the
Republican tlcki oomo other will,
As the matter if5w stands, there is
danger that some of the best candidates
on the list will decline to run with him.
Under tho Rules and policy of the party
as well as for reasons or policy, me
candidates naturally all stand together,
Each one is for the whole ticket, and
wants to work for it. '
"I don't see," said one of the ticket
this morning, "how J. am going 10 who
the platform and asm electors to vote
the whole Republican ticket while
Tfnon ta nn It. Ha nucht to have the
.i0nnw 4n wHh.irn.w Instead of nutting
, n 1 noHttlon "
On tho other hand, there are some on Monday night," Chairman A. F.
candidates who stand by Kaea. They Judd of the County Committee said at
take stock in his statement that he has noon.
reformed, etc., and as a matter of party "All morning I have been engaged
loyalty are willing to swallow him, and on tho subject of party workers, get-
. even work for him. All of the candl- ting lists of such from precincts and
dates feci pledged to him ln view of receiving some reports. Tho results
tho Rules and pledges oj the party or- so far are very encouraging, especially
.ganizatlon, but a great majority ato from the Fourth District"
DEDICATING WCOLLEEE FIELD
This' afternoon at 3:30 tho Samuel T. on her for Japan on the Chamber of
Alexander Athletic Field at Oahu Col- Commerce excursion, to stay through
' lege will bo dedicated. The friends of
the school are taking an afternoon off
to celebrate this occasion which has
in it so much of significance for Puna- 1.
hpu and for amateur athletics ln the
AlHhe preparations are complete for
the day's ceremonies. Patty 'Water- 3.
house will Unveil the tablet promptly at
3:30 and then Mr. ,V. M. Alexander- 4.
will formally present the field tor.
W. D. Alexander, representing .the col
lege corporation. . ; . G.
Tho program of sports and a period
of congratulation and social pleasure
will follow. Under the big tent there
will bo lemonade and other cooling
drinks. Tho chairs under the shade c.
of the tent and the , trees will 'make
President Griffiths and the trustees
are congratulating themselves on the
fact that the Tenyo Maru will stay ln
port until tomorrow' morning. This 8.
will enable Mr. W. M. Alexander who
Is a through passenger on her and Mr.
, and Mrs. John Waterhouse who leave
A peculiar suit was filed In tho Cir
cuit Court this morning by John and
Abraham Keaulanl. They are filing
John Doe and Richard Roo, who they
claim are squatting on land belonging
to tho plaintiffs at Laio. Possession
of tho laud is asked and ?500 as dam
ages. Aa a matter of fact .the suit; is
directed against Ben Poepoo and his
wife Mrs. Annio Poepoe.who aro liv
ing on tho land at present.
Best cup ot coses m tho city at
New England Bakery.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
Wo can tell you some in
teresting things about
insurance and insurance
Wo shall bo glad to
advise you without
anxious to see him get off the ticket
and relieve them of the necessity or
supporting him. And some may pre-
fer to withdraw themselves rather than
face the public supporting Kaea.
. Tj n Atj,lnROn. chairman of tho
republican Territorial Committee, is
much lmproved ln condition and may
hn Gxnccted out aealn soon. This en-
forced rotirement at the very beginning
of the campaIgn hag been a handicap
much felt at Republican headquarters,
"I am at work now on obtaining
speakers for the ratification meeting
the day and have a part in the entire
This is the program
Unveiling of the Tablet
Presentation oil tho Field
Mr. Wallace M. Alexander
Acceptance of .theFIeld. J. .
. ... .Dr. . W, D. Alexander
Statement in Regard to Plan and
Mr. Arthur C. Alexander
Track Events 100 Yards, 440
Yards, 220 Yards.-. ........
Starter, P. L. Weaver; Judges,
A. Perry, A. P. Cooke, S. A.
Umpire Miss Eleanor Waterhouse
Referee; .W: H. Babbitt; Um
pire, Alan Lowrey; Head
Linesmen, Oleson and Arnold.
Umpire, Harry Whitney, Jack
Waterhouse pitching the first
CHOP OF JAPAN RICE.
K. Yamamoto wholesale dealer, is
expecting the new crop of Tcngu Japan
Rice by the next steamer which will be
the very first shipment this year for
this country. This Is ln keeping with
this enterprising merchant's record.
Stone toola, macninery and polish
ing supplies. Hawaiian Iron Fence &
Monument Works Ltd.
. ' 1
NEW SWEATER COATS.
Some of tho very latest and swellest
sweater coats for ladles and children
at Sachs', Fort and Beretanla.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
BIG SALE OF LADIES' AND
CHILDREN'S HOISERY ALL STYLES
AT BARGAIN PRICES
Thursday, Oct. 1
AND FOll '
3. days only
Honolulu Department Store.'
A" AREA STREET. i
PANAMA CANAL'S EFFECT ON
HONOLULU WILL BE A SURPRISE
"I think the first results' of the open
Ing of the Panama Canal will be a
pleasant surprise to Honolulu and a
disappointment to San Francisco,", said
F. W. Dohrmann, chairman of the
'visiting Chamber of Commerce delegaS
tlon, ex-president and honorary presi
dent of the San Francisco Chamber of
Commerce, this morning. "This city
will be the natural calling place for
the great number of steamers which
will cross the Pacific to and fro, using
the canal as their way to the other
"Honolulu certainly has a great fu
ture, and the canal will do much for
her. Our present trip Is at the invi
tation of Japanese Chambers of Com'
merce and Honolulu, except as a stop
ping place, was not included in our
business. AVo are, however, glad that
the steamer Is to stop over till morn
ing, so that we may spend some time
here. As far as the business of our
trip Is concerned, Hawaii affairs are
not a part of it, and will not be in
cluded In our ofllclal report of the jour
ney. But we are Interested in Hawaii
and many will stop over here for some
time on the return from Japan, myself
Asked for his views regarding the
transportation question Mr. 'Dohrmann
expressed the emphatic opinion that a
way would be found to restore the
American marine, though Hawaii's dlf
Acuities might not much affect the
national decision. "The question of
Hawaii's lack of transportation facil
ities Is naturally swallowed up in the
larger national question of policy," he
said. "The, matter of a subsidy or a
suspension of your coastwise laws is
not one which I have gone into .spe
Princess KawananaKoa won her first
victory in the matter of tho estate of
her husband, the late Prince David, in
Judge Lindsay's court- this morning.
Some time ago a petition was filed by
J. P. Colburn asking that Prince Cupid
or E. M. Watson be appointed guardian
of the two minor children, Kalakaua
au! I.iii'iokalani. The mother replied
by a counter petition which was rather
strong ln Its terras.
In the first place it was set forth that
J. F. Colburn was tho manager of tho
Kaplolanl estate, and that practically
tho entire property of the-late prince
consisted In fifty shares ot this. i'.l'
was stated that for six months before
his death David had been attempting to
get an accounting from Colburn, but
that tho later had refuued. I was
alleged that certain property which
had been devised to Kalakaua was
claimed by tho Kaplolanl estate, of
which Prince Cupid owns half, which
would put him in a position of fighting
on both sides ot he( dispute, first for
mmseit and then .for his nephew,
should he be appointed guardian of the
It is stated that tlie Kaplolanl estate
Is very heavily Involved and that tho
share of tho two minor children and.
Ihe petitioner ir depleted by attorneys'
fees, would amount to practically noth
ing. On these grounds the, widow ask
ed that.Mrs. Abigail K. Campbell-Par
ker, the grandmother ot tho children,
should bo appointed guardian ot the
little girl, Lllluokalanl, and E. M. Wat
son Ruardlan of the bor. iKalakaua.
Mrs. Campbell-Parker agreeing to pay
all the attorneys' fees for both children.
Her motion was acceptable to Judge
Lindsay and the guardians she asked
were appointed, '
Colburn made no objection In court
this morning to the proceeding, it be
ing stated by his attorney, C. W. Ash
ford,' that on account of Prince Cupid's
being, away from this pity to such an
extent it might be better to appoint
Fine Job Printing. Sti'f '6ffloa
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE DECIDES NOT TO ACT UPON THE CHARGES
REGARDING THEM AS A REPETITION. OF CHARGES THAT WERE
MADE BEFORE THE JUDGE WAS REAPPOINTED SOME MONTHS
(Special to The Star.)
WASHINGTON, September 19.
When the charges regarding Judge Ke
polkal were received, the Attorney
General was at his summer home and
officials of the Department here were
not Informed. When the Attorney Gen
eral returned to Washington, since the
close of tho last Hawaiian mall, he said
In response to Inquiry, that there was
nothing pending against tho Judge, and
no action contemplated. A few days
after the judge was reappointed the
department received by mall, addi
tional copies oB the old complaint that
had been lodged when ho was seeking
reappointment, but as the charge was
identical with what had gone before,
and as the Attorney General had satis
Passes To Japan
HONOLULU THE PORT OF A MOS1' SIGNIFICANT DELEGATION FROM
THE UNITED STATES TO JAPANESE EMPIRE REPRESENTATIVE
CALIFORNIA AND OTHER BUSINESS MEN NOW HERE EN ROUTE
TO YOKOHAMA TO ARRIVE THERE BEFORE THE FLEET.
Seldom has any such significant
move been made as Is now in progress
in the advance upon" Japan of the
commercial commissioners to that
country fromthe United States. What
would Japan do without her trade
with Amerlca?v The American fleets
are decorating this ocean and, on top
ot that, the commercial forces of the
American nation send forth to Japan
emlssarles who will cement closer panled the visitors. Rear Admiral Hol
thah ever the excuses for perpetual lyday, Captain Parks, Commandant
peace. . Corwin P. Rees, II. I. J. M. Consul
Aboard the Toyo Kisen Kaisha Abo, Editor S. Shcba, Captain Matson
steamship Tenyo Maru, the queen ot of tho Matson Steam Navigation Corn
all tho trans-PacIilc liners, aro a num- pany and Consul Mitchell accompany
ber, a great number of representative Ing the people who arrived in the
business men of the Pacific coast, un- Tenyo.
der the auspices ot tho San Francisco Tne names of the men who aro
Chamber of Commerce, expecting to Orient bound to make history appear
reach Yokohama four days before the at tho emi 0j tills article. On the voy
arrlval ot tho American battleship ' ag0 from San Francisco they wore par
fleet, tlcularly enthusiastic in regard to' Ha-
Great and ardent was their recep- wail. Most of them never before saw
tldn here, and great and Just as ar- these Hawaiian Islands and the lm
d'ent, it is expected, will bo their re- portance they attach to Honolulu ns
coption on the "other side." tho capital of this Territory may well
Tho Chabbers of Commerce of To- he expressed in tho words of the Hon
klo, Osaka, Kioto, Yokohama and Ko- orable J. T. Fitzgerald, of Los Ange
be, desiring to give expression to their les, who said to a Star reporter this
feelings of friendship and good wllf to- morning:
wards America and Americans, and "If there is anything I regret in tho
wishing also to quicken tho sentiments way of matters which might bo taken
ot mutual attachment and good nelgli- to affect the future prosperity ot Call
borhbod which' unite tho people ot the fornla, it is the talk which has been
two lands, had resolved to extend a going on for tho past year or two ln
cordial invitation to a good number of
representative citizens ot the Pacific
Coast of the United States to go to
Japan during the chysanthemum sea-
And this delegation of peace arrlv-
ed in Honolulu this morning in the
T. K. K, S, S.-Tenyo Maru, a vessel
which has, tho only Just recently on tmarrelling with us? This Commer
tho run, Jumped into tho most popu- dial Commission, and I speak sincerely
lar favor, and they wero received ln and not with auy mere business talk,
tli f most nnnroved Hawaiian stvle. be-
ing welcomed off tho harbor by rep-
resentatlve Hawaiian citens ln laun-
clics who bedecked them with lets and
bid them welcome to this city.
J. P. Cooke and H. P. Wood" went
out in a launch and' wero armed with
beautiful Hawaiian '''lets for each ot
the dlstlnguishedWJntors. Arrived at
the wharf j there tjyife a great crowd
fied himself that there was not sufficient
ln the ciiarges to deny the Judge re
appointment, tho late charges were
acknowledged, but will remain unact
The above was received today from
the Washington correspondent of The
Star, in answer to cabled and other
Inquiries regarding the Kepolkai
charges. It appears to .mean that tho
Department of Justico had tho matter
ot the Mori estate note before It some
months ago, before Kapolkal was re
appointed, and decided to reappoint
him anyhow, also that the charges
more recently sent are regarded as slm
ply reopening the old matter.
i From Frisco
to welcome tho San Francisco dele-
gation, Orient bound, and the party
was taken to tho Pall ln automobiles,
afterwards visiting tho celebrated
aquarium and at live minutes aftet
eleven o'clock taking a special train
to Pearl Harbor, being taken about
the waters ot tho wonderful lnndlock-
ed strategic port in the United States
tug Iroquois. Local celebrities accom-
regard to the possibility of war between
the United States of America and' the
Empire of Japan. I, myself, think it
is all foolishness. I do not bollovo
that Japan could possibly ho as short
sighted as to mnko war on America.
What would Japan, especially in her
present financial condition, gain by
lit slimlflcant for a nen.cn settlement.
Wo are getting to Yokohama a little
before tho fleet gets there. I don't
know if tho fleet from tho Atlantic is
on a practice cruise or is out to back
up commercial arguments, but I do
know this: That neither the United
States nor Japan can afford to go to
Continued on a&o Fire.)
FIGHT RATE LAW
' SAN FRANCISCO, Octobnr 1.
make a test of tho constitutionality
through the Federal Circuit Court of
FOR SOUND MONEY
DENVER, October 1. Bankers aro energetically opposing tile Bryan
bank guarantee theory.
FLEET AT MANILA
MANILA, P. I., October 1. Tho Atlantic fleet is expected to come to
anchor ra Manila Bay at C o'clock this evening. Tho colebratlon will com
mence in earnest on Saturday when the sailors will parade through the
city and the public reception will take place.
There have been but seven new cases of cholera reported ln the past
twelve hours, showing triat tho plague Is well under control. '
TO BUY SILVER
WASHINGTON, D. C, October 1. It has been officially announced
that tho United States Mint will resume Its purchase of silver.
ST. PETERSBURG, October 1.
have been 225 new cases of cholera
NEW YORK, October 1. In the National League baseball games to
day the scores wore as follows: Now York, 4, Philadelphia, 2; New York,
3, Philadelphia, C; Chicago, C, Cincinnati, 0.
PORTSMOUTH. October it Tho
PAPERS ON TUBERCULOSIS
WASHINGTON, D. C, October 1 There wero many papers of impor
tance read at tho International Conference on Tuberculosis today.
In tho Circuit Court this morning,
John Bush pleaded guilty to a charge
of assault and batter Sentence was
suspended for thirteen months. ,
Argument in the case of the Ter
ritory vs. J. P. Carter, formerly au
officer at the Naval Station took place
In tho Supremo Court this morning.
Acting Attorney General .Whitney
and Doputy County Attorney Mllvor-
ton appeared for the Government and
M. F. Prosser (or tho defendant. Tho
claim Is made that the Territory has
Tho chargo.pr rape against Ramon
Roderlgues was nolle prossed beforo
Judgo Robinson thte motrflng. Ho
will bo prosecutod.on a second Indict
ment, charging him with Incest.
ALWAYS SU.ITS YOU.
The combination lunch at the Alex
ander loung Cafe always pleases. Tne
variety of prices and menu suits every
Flno Job Printing, Star Office
Tho only baking povrdet
mado with Royal Qrapa
Oroam of Tartar
Cable to The Star.)
Tho local railroads have decided to
ot the Inter-State Commerce Act
In the past twenty-four hours there
reported with 98 deaths.
Gladiator has been floated..
PROPER TREATMENT FOR DYSEN-
The great mortality resulting from
dysentery is due to a lack 'of proper
treatment. Not ono case in a thou
sand will prove fatal when Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Re
medy Is given at tho first onset ot tho
disease. For sale by all dealers, Ben
son Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATES- r"
The Auto Livery will from this Hate
reduce all automobile work 25 per cent.
1 passenger lnsldo city limits Pun'ahou
St, Wyllle St, or Kamehameha Schools
50 cents; calling or shopping 3 per
hour; continuous driving $5 per hour;
$4 second, ?3 for third. Around island
?i0. E. H. LEWIS, Proprietor. Tel.
(Jut Received Ex. 8. 8. Lurllno.),
Newest and Dressiest In Pump,
Garden Ties, and Colonials, In all
leathers, and mado by E. P. REEDv
Every Steamer brlngl ua many oevr
styles they aro being shown in our
windows every week.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE GOiM
LIMITED.' - I 'Jm
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