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1'., TELEPHONE 365 STAR Business Office VOL. XVII. JUDGE WOODRUFF SECOND JUDGE OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SWORN IN WELCOMED BY BENCH AND BAR AND GOVERNOR HIS FIRST OFFICIAL ACT IS SWEARING GOVERNOR FREAR AS A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL COURT BAR. . At last the Federal Court here has torney General Lorrin Andrews, U. S. a second judge. It Is years since tno Commissioners George A. Davis and necessity was recognized in Hawai 'lnert F. Judd, President W. O. Smith but it tooit a good deal of memorial- of the Hawaiian Senate, Hon. W. R. lzlng and personal urging to make the Castle, President W. A. Kinney of the Washington authorities see it. ,' Hawaiian Bar Association, Samuel F. Judge George V . Woodruff, who ar- Chilltngworth, former judges A. O. rived in Honolulu yesterday, was in- m, Robertson, W. L. Stanley, A. S. augurated under pleasant auspices this Humphreys and A. Lindsay, .1. Light morning as Second Judge of the Unit- foot, R. B. Anderson, R. P. Quarles, ed State3 District Court for, Hawaii, clem K. Qulnn, M. F. Prosser, F. E. In presence of a large representation Thompson E. W. Sutton, fi. A. of the bench and bar of the Territorial Douthltt, LI J Warren. District Ma and Federal courts he took the oath of gistrato Frank Andrade, W. W. Thay offlce, after which there wore cordial er c. W. Ashford, W. C. Achi, C. F. speeches of welcome to which lie Peterson, C. H. Olson, and C. F. Chill gracefully responded. An interesting ingwortli. and unscheduled incident was the for- Behind the bar the space lor spec- mal admission of former Chief Justice tat0rs was filled with citizens, includ- and present Governor Frear to prac- ing seve?al professional and mercan- tice in the Federal court. Judge Sanford B. Dole presided at the opening of the court at 0 o'clock. He directed Clerk A. ' li, Murphy to read Judge Woodruff's commission signed by President Taft, which, was done, and then calling the second judge forward administered the oath of office to him. Judge Woodruff then took his seat judicial work attended to by hlms'eir on the bench first to the left of Judge Bingle-lianded. The delays of justice Dole. On the right were seated Jus- i,B characterized even as disgraceful, tices Arthur A. Wilder and Antonio "Mow, with a second Judge pf the abll rerry of the Supreme Court, of Ha- Hy of Judge Woodruff installed', he ,wati-and on the left First-Judge J, T. anticipated that tho overdue business De Bolt of thpFTrst '"Circuit Court, of the court-- would soon be overtaken Second and Third Circuit Judges W. U' and the continued course of justice be Whitney and W. J. Robinson were smooth and expeditious. Judge Wood seated among the members of the bar ruff and his wife were both assured o in front Mrs. Dole,. '.Mrs. Woodruff the friendly welcome of the people of and Governor Frear ,'also Miss Gur- Hawaii. At tho conclusion of his re ney, Judge Dole's secretary, occupied marks lie directed the clerk to read chairs to the right of the bench. With an order of court assigning, cases for Clerk Murphy were in attendance De- ltrlal between Judge Woodruff and puty Clerk Deas and Btenographcrjhimself, the second judge being given Combs. his first case to try on .Monday next. Members of the bar present were U. W. O. Smith, speaking for himself S. District Attorney Robert W. Brec konsi Assistant District Attorney W. T. Rawlins, Territorial Attorney Gen eral Charles R. Hc'menway, Deputy Al THE REVOLUTION IN SPAIN. (Associated Press Morning Cablegrams) MADRID, July 29 Spain is seething with revolt. The government has ordered the governors of provinces to crush the insurrection at any cost and without pity. Artillery will bo used to demolish barricades. WOMEN AND CH ILDREN KILLED BARCELONA, July 29. Many women and children have been killed in the rioting.' Warships have been ordered here. .Many reservists have crossed the frontier to avoid service in Africa. TRIBESMEN MELBLiIjA, July 29. After hard driven back. WIND BAD FOR AEROPLANE. WASHINGTON, July 29. Wind prevented Orville Wright from taking his final cross-country flight. .. LEAGUE PRESIDENT PU TS OUT BOTH HIS EYES. NEW YORK, July 29. Harry Pulliam, president of the National Base ball League, attempted' to commit suicide by shooting yesterday. He des troyed the sight of Both eyes and will probably die BASIS OF Ascendency INTEGRITY COURTESY ABILITY Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd. 923 Fort Street. Guardian Trustee The Star Is An HIWR XX XX Jrlr tile representatives. Judge Dole, after the formal instal lation, welcomed Judge Woodruff to the local Federal bench in a short ad dress. He related the difficulties un ,. wnicn .ti,e administration of jus- tice under United States laws had been performed for some years past owing to the impossibility of having all the and sure that his views were shared by all the members of the bar, ten- (Continued on Page Five.) DRIVEN BACK. fighting tho tribesmen have been GREAT SHOE Bargain LOT 1. Ladles Sorosis Patent Kid Oxford ties In Ave different stylos. Regular $4.00 grade at $2.35. LOT 2. Ladies' Sorpsis Patent Kid Lace shoes light and heavy soles. Re gular $4.00 and $5.00 grades at $2.90. LOT 3. .Broken linos of Ladles' So rosis Oxford ties $4.00 and $5.00 grades at $1.95. LOT 4. 100 pairs ot Ladles' colored canvas Oxford ties. Regular $2.50 grades at 05c. L,B.Kerr&Co Ltd ALAKEA STREET. TARIIf BILL AGR LED (Associated Press CONE NEW YORK, July 29. The conference commit tecB ot the House and Senate have reached an agreement on the tariff bill which will soon bp reported back. U. S. ENGINEERS FIND SECRET MOUNTAIN PASSES ONCE KNOWN TO ANCIENT HAWAII AFTER OCEAN ATTACK IS PREPARED FOR, THE GOVERNMENT WILL- FORTIFY THIS ISLAND AGAINST SURPRISES BY ENEMY'S LANDING FORCES. 'Plirti-n npo flilrtv flnri-wjiv hptwppn Mfl,?T...l laan.q,ifl rioiii whnrA it nillUlllUU UUU IbGIIUlU ' L . 1 1 1 IT 1. . aw tine .i 1 ii-ii mi ii-i in Til nn 1 . Knan oiinnnaofl ' there were but two, the Pall and m Ufilnlim vfllo .iat The United States Engineers, those indefatigable workers (of whom Major ning puncture that would drop from Wlnslow is the chieftain, the advance the heavens over the rump or Diamond guard ot military prescience in a new Head. country, have explored and marked Honolulu is now thoroughly protect and numbered and mapped every por- ed from sea nttack 'rou the west and tal on this little isle, every gateway south, and to some extent from the between the eastern and wesUrn east, but a knowing enemy would at shorcs of Oahu; they have labelled." t'empt .to take Honolulu by landing every mountain pass and have clearly forces on the east coast and coming shown thirty avenues of opportunity over the mountain1, or through the for an enemy. mountains to fall upon the city. Were there a war between the Unit- ed States and some other great pow- er. it would not be by tfte ocean from the west or from the south that the enemy would approach with Its float- Ing fortresses, for it would not dare. Tho seven thundering sisters of Fort Ruger (there are eight, but one is sick), the great twelve-inch mortars, would play on the seascape like an What time was left to him from the Judge Woodruff inaugural tills morn- ing was devoted by Governor Frear mainly to a conference on the dis- posal of Lahalnaluna lands. It is under consideration by the govern- mont to lease a portion of the lands and place another portion of them under further cane-planting agree- ments with the boys of Lahalnaluna school. The last contract with the students covered thirty-seven acres it is of (Special Correspondence of The Star.) WASHINGTON, D. C, July 15. Se nators who led tho fight to secure an income tax amendment to the pending tariff bill do not believe that three fourths of the states ot the Union, through their legilatures, will ratify the proposed Income tax amendment to the constitution. Tho refusal of twelve states to ratify such an amend ment will defeat it, and they bellevo that twelve states can readily be bold in check by powerful monoyed inter ests that wield tremendous influence, especially in tho East To begin with, Now England is solid ly against' the income tax. In addi tion It is conceded that Pennsylvania,., New Jersey and DelawarQNaro ot like Intelligent, Progressive Newspaper TT1IM ftT JL- JrdCJ W X HONOLULU, HAWAII, TIll'RSDAY. UPON ERENC Cable to The Star.) vinrf f.liAmiin nn n rliinkor.ri rnA avnrt. ennn nf wlilnH lu Irnnivn ... W I. 11, llljll Ul U U t ....l-u.l ..J 1111U 11 1. 4 n ffa ninaf I nfl n If nclmnl nnaa11.ll If v and ship after ship would gurgle to.rart,nB ni,l"m- $1f?,"U; BP,onf,n ha ripnrna Inrirm wltli hnmlrprla ,-, ing down to death, from the light- Before the mortars at Fort Ruger j. couiu una the range to drop bursting shells at the leeward nortal of the Pall a considerable forcn could nass through unscathed. Plans have been made and publish- id and work is advancing within the I-nst few months for the protection of (Continued on Page Eight.) CANE PLANTE too recent date to show the quality of results, but the boys have last year ana Ul 8 'car nired themselves out nn vnrfnna tiiiintfirlmiQ "Thnan nm. ploying tnem Governor Frear say8 "have snoken verv well ot thorn." a new agreement, the Governor says will probably be made with the boys to plant forty-six acres more, tho Cano to be purchased by Pioneer Mill, Some of the land is beyond the present scone of the bovs to cultivate, and tho government may lease forty-threo acres to the company above named. inclination It is, of course, true that the bulk ot an income tax, If lovied by tho federal government, would bo collected in the states named, because of the excessive wealth and tho fabu lous Incomes of the leading citizens of those nine states. But it is not alone because of this fact that Now England and the other states named aro count ed as suro to refuse to ratify a con tltutional amendment. On the various occasions when tho Sonato was struggling to stavo off a voto on tho Income tax amendment, and when that amendment was even tually voted down affcr tho corpora tion tax had been adopted the senators (Oontlnued m Page Five.) Jl'LY 2), 1909. inninc it nil ill IA 1 1 llUrlUu HI I ALEXANDER STREET IS NOW THE I PRIDE OF A NEIGHBORHOOD. FASHIONABLE Alexander street lias been perfect ed, and, in addition, it is known Just exactly how much it cost to realibo Alexander street's present state of per fection, Statistician J. C. Anderson, in Sup orvlsr Wilson's olllco has the figures in black and white and these reveal the fact that It cost almost twenty-one cents a square yard to make Alexan der street what it is today, an elegant road which is tho pride of the neigh borhood. If all tho roads in the City and County were put in similar condition 'it tweuty-one cents a square yard there would be an expenditure that even Statistician Anderson would be staggered to compute. The total cost of Alexander street, perfected during two months, was $1,- '34S.99, the area covered being 6,170 SqUllC J Ul dS. Items of expenditure rolling macadam, I $93.65; .".., -p.-..-." crude oil, $126.40; labor on oiling, $109.70; sanding, maintaining, $41.21. $60. OS; JAPANESE MALTREATED i VICTIM OF HIGHER WAGE VEN- GEANCE GIVES EVIDENCE IN THE CONSPIRACY CASE. Onodera, not Klmura, editor of the Japanese Chronicle, underwent his cross-examination by Lightfoot in the strike conspiracy trial before Judge De Bolt this morniug. His evldenco related to the inffanimatory play given at tho Japanese fheater on January 15 as reported yesterday. Two Japanese from AValpahu were then called in succession. Tho first one told of having been maltreated by the strikers on Oahu Sugar Co.'s plantation when ho had gone to work after the strike was on. Outside of tho Higher Wage oillce lie was beaten and kicked in cruel fashion. Then lie was taken Inside the office, where his feet wero tied together and ho was subjected to fur ther application of fist and foot. The second Japanese, whoso evi dence was not concluded when the court rose at 12:30 for tho day, was the man who had sent for tho first ono to get his unlawful punishment. Wit ness seemed to bo a man ot some authority, the collector for a Japan ese charitable organization. Ho said ho knew that everybody but that par ticular man had struck, therefore ho sent for him and had him brought into tho hands ot the avengers. ITER EXPERTS TAKEJl OFFICE An offlco has been taken In the De partment of Public Works quarters, In tho Capitol basement, by tho two na tional conservation officials who ar rived hero yesterday to make a pie llminnry hydrographic survey of the Islands M. O. Lclghton, division chief of tho Geological Survey, and W. C. Mondonhall, head of tho division ot ground waters. Thoy woro at tho ofTico nearly all this forenoon, engaged on tho preliminaries ot their work, ttix. Leighton, who will look after tho surface resources, will remain In tho torrltory six weeks, and Mr. Menden hall, whoso specialty is subterranean water, for somo timo longer. i i i A T? XXJTl REVOLUTION THREATENS THRONE OF ANOTHER RULER (Associated Press MADRID, July 29. The mobilization or the entire Spanish army has been ordered to be effected at once. Today there occurred a startling demonstration on tho part ot the po pulace in the very, courtyard of the palace, the war policy being denounc ed on all hands. Barcelona is tho center cf fighting, riotous demonstrations and pillage. A rumor has gone forth that a form ot provisional government has been proclaimed In that city and from other cities ot the kingdom are com ing reports of their revolting against the government, Railroad communication between towns is b-alng destroyed, tracks and bridges being blown up by dynamite. Six convents in various parts of the country have been given to the (lames. LLANZA, July 29. Six thousand floors arc attacking Alhucemas. The Spanish loss at Melilla on Tuesday numbered three thousand dead. LONDON, July 29. Madame Lillian Nordlca, the famous operatic singer was married here today to George A. Young, a New York banker. ti NEW YORK. July 29. Harry Pulliam, the president of the National Baseball League, who shot himself yesterday, died today. VE ENOUGH TO DO IN BUSY PART OF THE DAY OPERATORS ANSWER AVERAGE OF EIGHT CALLS PER MINUTE S TATISTICS SHOWING USB OF LO CAL SYSEM ARE OF INTEREST NO TIME TO READ NOVELS OR MEND SOCKS. When a person using tho telephone fails to get a prompt answer to his call It in no infrequent, tiling to havo runnrkb made that the operators are probably reading novels, doing fancy work or joshing some ono over the line. Such remarks aro invariably mndo by some ono who has io knowl edge ot the work which these girls have to do us statistics obtained from the local office show. In order to ilnd out just how much business was being done in tho local exchange a careful count of tho num ber of calls answered was made ono day last month by tho management. Every timo a subscriber cnlled up it was marked down and tho figures obtained In this manner aro ot inter est During tho entire twentyfour hours tho local users of tho telephone called in 20,350 times. Of course from D o'clock at night till soven o'clock in tho morning business was very slack nineteen calls being tho larg est number answered In any hour ot that time by one operator. Tho busi est" time was in tho morning between ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE. Sachs Dry Goods Co. aro making ac tive preparations fo rthcir grand an nual clearance sale to begin soon. It will be a record-breaker. Watch for announcements. Absolutely Pure YIw only baking powttctf niado wltli Royal Grapo Qs'sam of Tartar . ill ' AKlH! No Alum, No Lime Phosphite SECOND EDITION No. 5404 Cable to The Star.) U and 10 o'clock, when the average number of calls handled by each op erator ran up to 360 while the busiest girl during that hour handled 4S8 calls. What this menus in the work of a girl can best bo understood when It Is stated that the operator last referred to was forced fo answer over eight calls per minute, completing tho connections at the samo time.' The average for the entire day did not, of course run as high aa this, but even counting In the entire day with the few night calls considered, the average number of calls was practical ly 110 for each girl working. With the slack hours out and simply taking from 7 a. in. to 5 p. m. each girl han dled an average of 251 switches, or over four per minute. From this it can bo seen that the lot of a telephone cirl is onu ot work and not one with time to indulge In tho latest literature or in even the moro pleblan pursuits of mending socks. From the time of going- to work till tho chief operator gives the signal for dismissal thero is hardly a second of spare time for the "central." RED CROSS Now in stock In several styles. The kind Hint bend with the' toot A New Sensation of FOOT COM FORT awaits you in tlie R B D O r o s s Shoe s LIMITED 1051 Fort Street, PUont 281. SIDES '1 .m M fid,, l Fine Job PrinttaB. star Otfico. i.i ,..kiJi.,...l'yt.v- .. t. .