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16 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1909. 16 PAGES.
fUlUfi 0 UUIlli i,i
TOLD DY WOOLLEY
Claims . Liquor is Cause
Of Native Population
PUTS FAULT OH
OFFICERS AND LAW
Fears the Soldier Population Now in
Islands Will Suffer Through
the Open Manner in Which Li
quor Is Being Handled.
John (1, Wnoley gac mi nddicss
In Chicago Dec. C on Ills Mens r
conditions In Hawaii. Tilt) ueca
Klim wns a general union piencheis'
lucctlng lielil under the auspices t
Chicago IVdeiatlon of Churches
('(ill lit 1 1 to wolioimi tliB delegates It)
the Hist hlcntilul convention of 111"
Anti-Saloon League ot Ameilcn.
.Mr. Wooley In quoted III the Chica
go Dally News iih follows on the
tuple "Tim I.liiior Pioblem In Ha
'Tor the sake of Immunity anitjiouay, uqciared Acting Ciovemor
deicncy tho spirit of the Interna-1 Molt Hmllh this morning. "When Wll-
tlonnl agtecment to keep alcoholic uer decided to ask for tho Immediate
chinks from -south-se-n people, andncceptnnceJjf'lils'roflBiiiitlon I cr.bled j
tho policy of our own government his intention to tho Governor, suggest-
which kcops American Samoa safe
f i om thu snloon, ought to Include
I in wall. Hut tho Tcriltory Is un
equal to this plain duty, though
well enough disposed, until the
Httudy middle class democracy
urilves. It has not arrived, mid Is
not yet beginning lo arrive.
"Aiueiknn cMllzntlun Is on tllnl
In Hawaii, with eveiy known com
petition picsent, and tourist states
men, students and philanthropists
fiom the four quartcis of tho cnilh,
taking notes. The Territory Is In-
mieitor-geneinl of Anieilcan health
ii Kill nut tho Invasion of Oriental d !
eases. No Infected ship gets fur
thei than qiiaiautlnc In Honolulu
bay, nor cleats that port without
full, llinely warning to the main-,
land. It Is the mauler key to tho
I'.iilfic In case of war. No llect
limn tho far cast could even deliver
n challenge to Atneilia without
coaling ut Ilcnolulii, The great
Amcilcnn question in the event ot
trouble with Japan would be, How
stiong Is Hawaii; And tho federal
roveinment Is constructing tho an
swer now, regai dless of expense
Even Police Are Affected, He Says.
"To man the batteries and ship
juuls and police every foot of tho
shine, bodies of picked men from ii'l
onus of the sorvlio nie on duty..
It has been n part of my business to
observe them carefully. They are
young, clean, quiet and n credit to
the count ly. Hut tho monotony
uud en need Idleness of tho llto
they lead put heavy strain upon tho
Miuudest chnructor. And It Is thoro
that tho liquor trade gets In its
HiieSTiIng, poisoning work among
"More than seventy-five saloons
mo liienscd lo lay for them In tho
r.no Island of O.thu about ICQ In
tho gioup. Wholesale liquor stores
nro mero snloons In Hawaii, except
two or thieo great firms that sell
liquor .incldentully nnct bona fide
wholesale. Tho others nro drain
rollers, and the woist of draniBell
ers, willing nnd legally entitled to
-el any quantity, however small,
in. 'bottled gooiis' and to operate
(Continued on Pane 6)
Till New Years
The ALAMEDA, sailing 22ND
INST., will take to the coast a con
tifininent of our choice fruits.
Island' Fruit Co.
73 S. King St.,
fl JlOlie I 5
Governor Cuts Short Mainland Trip
Gathering Data For Land
Onu'riior Kroar linri ttoclitotl to cut
short Ii Is lnlt to llio nintnlaiiit nml
Ih now hurrying ucroBs the continent
from Chicago, from which city ho sent
n cablegram to Acting aoernor,Mott
Smith, rtcclveil this morning. Inform
ing the acting chief executive that ho
wis on his wny linmo. It was not ex
pected thut the Cioornor would ie
turn until tho middle of January and
his quick return has undoubtedly been
hastened by the ciltlclsms that Prince
Kuhlo lias olccd against the nilnilnts
tratlon ol tho laud laws and the butch
of leslguatlons that have declined
slnco hq left for tho coast.
I expect to receive a cable In con-
nectlon with tho nimolntmeiit of n
successor to Justice Wilder some time'
Ing at tho same tlmo tliat ho seo the
nesiueni. no received tnis cable Juel J and appraiser public lands tint nr
lis ho was nbout to lcavo for New standing open to application, tho nitni
York and Ill's cable today Indicate ber being declared by Marslon Camp
that ho did not go to Now York but bell to bo approximately two thou
had a consultation wllh the Ooveim sand.
SUPREME COURT 'AMRIfBttT
:' Without Legal Status
Will Gmernor IYear stand by tho'
endorsement of the liar Association
nml xidnm. rimiiti .i,i,i, n.. 11..11 r..,.
tho Supieinc Uench or has he recom
mended the appointment of Hobbinh
11. Anderson for tho vacancy caused by
tho resignation of Arthur Wlldei?
This Is the question thut local ut tor
news are doing their best to decide
mil opinion now seems about equally
Tho supporters of Do Holt point mil
that tho selection of Anderson wool I
place upon the Supremo Ilench a nuiji
who Is cutlicly without Judicial ):
perlence, while Do Holt has enrniti
consideration for tho placo by virtue
of his long and satisfactory servlco as
a Circuit Judge.
At tho present time nnd slnco Tnfl'fc
cabled acceptance of Wllder's resig
nation was received, Hawaii Is with
out n Supremo Court. Tho law pro
vides for a Supremo Court ot tbreo
Justices but docs not recognize a Su
preme Tribunal of less numbers Con
sequently Hawaii will bo without a
Supremo Court until Wlldor's succci.-
sor Is nppolnted.
Jlls.i Julo II, Raymond's exlitbti
tlou of water colois ut tho Kllohana
Art League have been so much ad
mired thut they nre to bo on exhi
bition for two more days. Tho
hours for vlowln gtheso beautiful
paintings lire from 10 o'clock a. in.
to C o'clock p. m.
Major WIiibIow was not at, his of
fice this afternoon, being ono of
those nlllceis chosen to tako tho
llooseveltluii test In horsemanship.
The test duration Is somq. ninety
miles, which must bo perfoimed
within a specified time.
Tilt: INTBIMSl.AND steamer W
u. 111111 wus repotted at K0I0.1 on
ast Snturday and thovessol, la duo
10 leiuru 10 iiouoiuiu on vennes -
,uy with ti full shipment pf Biigtir.
incut oulclals In connection with the
vacuncy .on the Supremo Ilench uud
then left without further delay on his
The quick action, granting Wilder'
lequtst for an Immediate acceptance
of his resignation, Is Interpreted Ice
nlly to mean that President Taft wll'
not linger on the appointment ol i.
successor, but will name tho now As
sociate Justice without delay, know.
Ing that dining the Interregnum be
twoen Wllder's resignation and tin
appointment of a successor the Ten I
tncy. to all Intents unit purpose, will
bo without n Supreme Court.
It Is stated about the Capitol thai
Governor Krear will huve a full and
cxhai.stlvo defenfe of his land policy
ready for the people when lie returns,
the heads of several departments hav
Ing already been set to work sather'
Ing tho necessary data" Tor tho use ot
tho Governor. The tan' liuroiu has
drawn up a record of nil tho su-veyo.i
Physician in Asylum, But
Says He Is
. ' " rei """" "' "'
,ncm ,s D00Kml IO ucml1 "e .
nesuny on me Aiumeuii, uiu iiieir
departure fiom the Territory Is
hedged nbout with considerable
mystery, neither ,K. A. Mott-Snilth,
president of the Hoard of Health, or
Superintendent Peterson of the In
k.iiio Asylum knowing nnytfilng of
the contemplated departure of tho
family fiom the locul Jurisdiction.
When nuked today whethor lie
had heard of any preparation being
made far the release ot Dr. Atcher
ley from the Asylum to permit him
to go on the Alameda, Dr. Peterson
stated that Atchcrley has been talk
ing of nn expected release for some
tlmo and Btiitlng thut himself, wife
and children would leave Immedl
atcly for the coast.
President Mott-Smlth of tho
(Continued on Page 7.)
WASHINGTON. Deo. 20. The
Senate today confirmed the appoint
ments of Judge Lurton as Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court, and
Mills of New Mexico,
NEW YORK, Deo. 20. The
price of refined sugar was reduced
today ten cents a hundred.
TUG LOST; CREW SAVED
NORFOLK, Dec. 20. News
reached here today of the founder
ing at sea of the British tug' Bull
dog. The crew was rescued by the
( m 1
Jpsy BULl ETIN AUS PAY
Our Guns. Sleuths Fire
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
MANAGUA. Nicaragua. Dec. 20.
Maxim (runs were today trained
on the mob makine a demonstra
tion against the followers of ex
President Zelaya at Granada. Many
have been arrested The Americans
cif tmniwlilni, Ibl, nfinnl fl.il 4tiw
inxena IP lorceapeace.
In Court of
(Su.'Cial Blclletin Cable.)
WASniNOTON', Dec. 30. Jus-
tice McKenna today delivered the
decision of the United States Su-
oreme Court denying the anneal in
the case of Harry Thaw on a writ of
error. This is the end of the latest
effort of Stanford White's murderer
to escape from the New York insti-
tuticn for the criminal insane.
WASHINGTON. Dee. 20. Gen.'
Estrada, leader of the revolutionary
forces, has cabled Secretary Knox
that peace in Nicaragua can be se-
cured only through the complete ex-
elusion of ex-President Zelaya and
his followers. Estrada accompa-
nies this information with the je-
Quest that he be recognized as the
President of Nicaragua.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. The
President today nominated Henry T.
Gage, former Governor of Califor
nia, as United States Minister to
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Dec. 20. Gen.
Estrada has informed the State De-!
partment that if Madriz is inaugu-'
rated P.sident of Nicaragua, the
Estrada forces will remain in the
field and continue their fighting for
the control of the government. .
CHILEANS ARE OUT
SANTIAGO. Chile, Deo. 20.
Chileau Cabinet has resigned.
Shots at Man
Richards Once More Escapes From
Custody-Was Captured at Parents'
House, But Eludes Officers
' IIUHIilB Il.iiuiuii in ucv.uiiii..k "
,,enl jB,-k Shepiinrel ns fnr as escap -
,n? from cual0(ly ) concerned. On
louiurnuy hiiltiiiaju ne wun auncu-
ilered by his bondsman nnd landed
In the police station. nichard's
,otny there was very short, ns ho
managed to scale the wall at the
back of the yard and escape.
Chief Mcuume was oul all saturation to him.
day night trying to locate the es-1 , , ,
capee. but could not got any trace of Suddenly the chief heaid a sruf
hlm till this morning, when from Be solug on. and then saw the Into
Information recehed It was ilcctil-!!,r,"oncr ,n,,k,"K l lie trail ut his
ed that the wanted man was being. bvii "eei1- Hastily calling on the.
hidden by his mother, who lives at0,l'cr mrl'"i to f(,llow. McDufflo
jjBlll,l took up the chae. but the fugitive,
1 Accordingly McDuffle and two 1n(lng the path through tho ba-
othcr offlcers visited the Illchards' ,lnnn, "rovc '"'''' Koon Kot long
home, but on arrival there with a w,,y '" ,l,e Wa,i'
search warrant were puzzled to find ne of tho offlcers who hud ii gun
Inn ....... n tnA ... n a . I. 1.1 Willi till,, V.IU fllntl .Kila.n.l 4.. IIh
umlnr hiA nn.l Int.. rlnut thn
tlcuths were on tho point of giving
,, the hunt, when McDufflo noticed
i. gmnll trap door leading Into a loft
ubove the bed room.
, standing on a table, the big chief
was able to force tho trap door open
and thrust his head through tho
aperture. The first thing McDuffle
saw wns tho wanted man, who win,
crouching against tho wall remote
from the trap door. Upon being
SORH TO GO
Declares He Intended to
A positive disclaimer that he. de-
ol'led lometlrne ngo that ho would not
coniin.10 on tno uencn ot tne reiicrui
Cour was voiced by Judge Woodruff
to'" morning in the rourbo of bidding
formal furcwell to tho people of Hu-
wall, as represented In the courtroom
' ho United States District Court.
Judge Woodruff declared that "I
,was never moru surprised In tny life"
, than when the cablegram was received
about two weeks ago containing the
oner of tho secretaryship of the Po
cahoutas Coal Compuny. Ho expressed
his regret that he found It necessury
to leave the Territory and added that
(Continued on Page 4)
STOCKS AND BONDS
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
923 FORT ST.
VUIICU lllllll lu MiriullUL-r lllf-llill 119
quietly gave lilmsulf up and was
handed over by McDuffle to one of
.1110 murr ountMB.
j McDuffle then heroine engaged In
n examination of the parents of
Richards, aMd thinking the prisoner
,.. in n,- i,.,i. .. n, ...i,. ,.
hclals. wiim not paying much ntten-
In the nil ri'i ns to frlchten lllili-
'nriln. Tho revolver wns discharged
jtwlce, but the only effect was to
accelerate the speed of the escaped
prisoner, who soon disappeared
0"t'0 "'"re from view,
Ifowmir McDufflo Is confident
that he will lay his hands on tho
iniaii before many hours have ims-pd.
and oneo hy docs capture HlclianU
agnln, the modern Jnck Sheppard
'Continued on Page 4)
Christmas Slump Didn't
Materialize and the
liming orders pie vailed In tha stock
market today and tho general tiend of
the market will probably be upwatdj
rrom now on. The Christmas Mump
has not panned out. Selling outers
have been withdrawn and the mini
who has been holding his money wait
Ing for tho "holiday low prices" will
have to buy on nn advancing miiket
Comparatively few sales we-e ro
ported on the Board this morning but
every one of them was at mi advuuee
over tho ridiculously low quotntliuis
that havo ruled for a week. Pioneer
sold at a higher figure and Walnluii
(Continued on -Page 4)
Only One of Our Long Line of
1051 FORT STREET.
Big Liner Has Laborers
FOLLOW ON NIPPON
Wireless Plant on Pacific Mail Boat
m Communication With San?
Francisco at Four Thousand!
I The imIwuho guard of romethlnnj
like- tlo huiidrtMl rillplno laborers has
(iirihed at llonolul iiand will bo ills
trlbuted to tho Mirlous sugar plant;,'
lions as MKiu as they bavo goiui
through tho required oxamln.itlon from"
me loeni iniiuigraiioti iiuinoriiics.
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lie minims 111 uiu iiuiiiut-'r 111 uiirt
ly ifucbcd Honolulu this n'fteriioon by"
the I aclllc Mall liner Korea. Tho c
sel leinnliied tho days nl Manila on
tils trip. Tho nathcK wro "eager.
go ii'hoic and anxious t osettlo dow
in ii.eir new nonie ami mice up m-
ployinent on the sugnr estates. ' r&!
Tho big ilelcgutlnri Of nilp'lnosl
which halo been iccriiiled by .lcVn7ij
Plnkhum and Steen urc said will Kdj?
low by tho T. IC: K. liner Nlpion jnriij
The labor agents ar now orkliujB
both In Panay Negrns and Luzon s
lands. Tiny nre securing tho bettrM
class of uatUcs, who nro exceedingly
keen on making n change of huso nmljj
mlgrato In 11 place where they cdkm
take up labor and ut the some tinio ugj
qulro n practical nnd working knowTfl
cdgn of the sugar-muklng business. h
Tho Koro.i wireless wdrki-d to pewJ
fiction on the prcn tit trip, nrcordlnlff
to tho repmt from Operator Phoipsij'
who formcrlj hnudled the ti'clginpTi
key on tho Oceanic steamer Alamcdnaj
Tho vessel was lu coniinunlcatloii wltTifi
Sail Pranclseo at 11 dlbtunce of iivey
four thoiiband mile a few night nK'Jj
A messago hid b mi M-nt to tlii',lax
hukii stutlon ba. the operuto.r ut UhjS
Hawaiian stutlnii replied that ho was?
very busy ut the time. A few mlniilcsl
later o Phelps astonishment, c unofiis
message fiom fan l'raiicisco tuiiHniiie?'
ins 1110 rereipi ot uio Korea h mesjti
biihc . 1111 answer wns immediate y
n,l till. ninillHI. (if Hnflm.il... 1 I,.?
... ...v i .v..... .,. l. v,-HI 1111 1-r II UlUrl
Km ca pliked up a messago from tlJS
Canadian-Australian liner Makurn, thj
two htenmers be(ng over 2220 miles
apart. Tho Mukura wns then soiiio
fifty miles south of Fanning Island, ja
The Korea brought soon lay-mere
passengers for Honolulu out of "1105'
small list of passengers. There are?
but thirty-six trn cling in tho Balooii?!
Second class passengers who dlseiiu I
barked at this port Includod nn oveif
dozen Japanese women who nro said',
(Continued on Page 8) dj'
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the fashion centers in the
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