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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4035.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1910. 10 PAOES.
FRIOZ I CIHTi.
M , L-T X 1 V flH
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DEMOCRATS WANT REVENUE TARIFF
AND LIVES ENDANGERED
FLAMES SWEEP BLOCK-LODGERS SAVED
At ten iiiltiiitrH (o four tills morn- s scon as tho rhcmlcnl engine a passage adjoining the Birlia build
ing a "still" alarm rr fire was jurii- anil two slrumeis woro at work. Hie Ing, ami tlio line nf lliu Orphcum
cil In at tlio station, ami tlio cnll
was mauo l) lliu nigiii watinmnii,
.who hail icon the g'nic nf thimi-H In
tlio orphcum block. At fi: lf o'clock
tho Orphcum Thcitfor anil tho wholo
blptk was n smouldering iniixa of
churrcd-; timbers anil twisted "rod!
The origin of the fire Is somnwhit
.of n m)stery, nml tlio length nf time
tho (lamps wcro hipping up the build
ing before tho alarm was given, Is
not known. ,
Call of Fire.
Actllg Chief A Peering., who In
In chnrgo of tho Die department dur
ing the alliance of Chief Thurston
tit Illlo, icporls thnt his wiitrhmitn
heard .hliouts of tiro nt ton minutes
to tlireo this morning, nml that he
then rttw the g!are of tho flro' across
tho,.strcct.,Thu wntrliuinn 'at once
dished lnstdo and ravo tho "houeo
olnrin, which brought nil tho firemen
on the Jump to their stations.
Are Paid Over $1000
Held As Witnesses Against Max
Schlemmer, But Will Be
Six bundled and nlxt dollnis will hjd lo no duflulto liiformntlon, nml It
bo paid the .Inpaneso wltneshei In tho pirdleted thnt tho enso will bo
Schlemmer onto tioxt Saturday, mak
ing a totnl of moro thnii )nno which
hus In en puld Ihcso men nml no tend
mon hns licon given by them.
It wns n couplo months ugo that tho
Japanoso earns In from I.nsnu Island
which Is United States territory, and
to which It was charged they had boon
taken by Max Schlemmer contrary to
tho Immigration Inws. They woro
placed In Jail to bo held until tho
Hchlnnimer enso could bo called niid
their testimony as to how they arrived
at Laysan taken.
In tho party brought hy tho Thetis
there were S3 men mid last month they
drew witnesses' paj,' for sixteen days
n dollar a day for cncji mnn nil tho
while being held In custody lost they
csenpo tho authorities niid bo iibsent
when thoy.wera wanted.
Annther'month mum nlnng nml for
tho wliolo nf April theso nun liuvo
bi.ru hel) with no testimony bulng
taken frnm them. On Saturday tliev
will reenlve onu dolliir a duy for their
cortices to tho court during tho month,
Inquiries us In whnt wns to bu done
In tlio Srhlommcr ensn this morning
st tt tt it it tt tt tt tt n :: :: :: tt :: :t n
FLOUR. IS LOWEtf
SS Hour InB rlriin,Ml In price, SS
St Householders will b gill to hur tl
SS this good newH althnmth s'orio nf tt
SS thn dealers wli.i ni'il the high it
tt prices nro uol very happy mr ts
tl tho sltuntlnn. SS
SS 'Flour Is now $5 10 erlits a Inr SS
SS rej," whorciis It wus over t not SS
SS so very long ngo Tlio prospects SS
SS nro thnt tlio fnll In tho prlco will SS
SS continue as tho prlco of wheat SS
tt has dropped to OS cents a bushel. SS
St If tho mnrkot follows tho general SS
tt (rend of prat Ions jcurs tho prlco SS
ii or Hour tnuv onm to 11 an u imr-
SS I el, tho pi Ice thM prevailed somu SS
SS monthr ngo when wlie.it wns sell- SS
tt Ing nt US cents. St
)S i it ii SS it tt ii it St SS SS SS SS it ii tl
chief law thai extra holp wus warn-
en to prcvoui mc Bureau ni mo
ll.imci to Aim adjoining hln'ks. V
general alarm wns Kent out, nml tho
I'nlamn and Ataklkl brigades sum
inoned, Upon arrival, tlio l'nlnmn
uiglno anil crow wore sot to work
at the lo.ir ii.' tho Sui-lm block, which
hy tbN tlmo Ind e night -lire. Tho
Imluniy nml crainlis were a mnsH
of flmne, and all the roomer hail
been warned to get out of tho
Tho Mnklkl brigade wns stationed
near the Iniio that sopniatea the Or
phciim block from the Myrtle block,
where Micro arc n number of loom
ern residing. II wns nt ffrsl thimght
thnt (lip uivlng of tho Mjrt'o block'
bopeJvi.H tusk, hut two lines
"f dp ivtJio taken tliroiich tlip iill.LFiist.SJRa.
and U"idy strcy'ims of afer pln)ed 'I ho lust
on tho lilnxliig pile.
Another hose wns tnltcn through
II -l'l'" ' iviitu nui i.u iiiti mini .Hi'
position of tha Jnpanvsu witnesses Is
Deceased Was Resident
Of Honolulu For
Cnptnlu John O ciunoy died at his
rtsldenco 1181 Deckloy street, Kiillhl,
this morning nt Ii 30 at tliii ago of 72
jours, after nn Illness from cancer.
Captain Ciunoy mid liven in iinwnii
for CS of tho 72 yi nrs of his life and
wns nun of tho Inst known men In tho
Territory Although ho has men III
for HOimi tlmo his death this morning
cumo unoxpcLtcdl) to his friends In
Tho deceased lenves a wlfo nml thrrn
pons, runernl services will bo link!
from hts Into resldeneo tomorrow nftor
noon nt 3:30, liotercnd II, II. Parker
being tho nnictutlng clergyman.
Interment will bo tmulo at Nutinmi
ASK LETTERS OF
WASHINGTON, D. C . Apr. 28.
The Ballingcr investigating commit
tee today refused the request for the
production of the letter of Attorney
General Wickersham to President
Taft, dealine with Inspector Glavis
whose charges broucht about the
doubles of Mr, Ballinger.
j&ihivmtktJjjH! rfifiBMfcttatt.r WhSifc, nrtttiK
Huge wait reached In Hint way.
Ucoilug niw .it a gluiico that tho
auditorium f tho theater was doom
ed, uiu!, as a mattci of fart, the
ll.tmes wont through tho Btago an ft
hod) of the houno l.u a box (if
miikhcs flaring up.
In tho meaiitlmo tho chondral had
In en doing good work on tho room
Ing Iiuukc mid store portion of the
block, but bO)oml preventing lliullni
frnm xpreadlng to tho other sur
rniindlug houses, there wns nothing
thnt could bu don.
Aflor tho brigades hud been work
ing on tlio flro for somo minutes, mi
lilnnn was turned In from Hut 18,
but A Ming Chief llporlng stntci tint
his men had been out sontp tlmo 1
person In notice any
thing of tho lire N nil (!. Thorn is, who
roumj at tho OrpheumMiloCk Ills
(Continued on Pnp;c 2)
MAYOli FERN'S WIFE
Funeral To Be- Attended
By Hawaiian lluis
Mrs. Slbn Kern wlfo of Maor
Joieph .1. Tern, died this morning of
hemt falluro at lny homo In I'alnma.
Her dentil was qulta sudden and un
expected. t -
Tho Into Mrs. Kern was Miss Ala
pal, daughter ot Mr. Alnpnl, a well
known Hawaiian who died many yearn
ngo. Her mother, Mrs. Alapal, who
survives her, Is about bS years of ugo,
Tlio funeral of tho Into Mrs Kern
will bo held next Sunday afternoon, lif
ter tho servjees hnvo been conducted
In tho Sllva undertaking parlors,
whero her remains nro. Tho Intor
ineiit will probably bu nt Kaumakaplll
Tlio funeral will bo attended by tho
members of tho 1 1 til Olwl and Knul
kcnoull noddies. Tho ismla's society,
of which Major Kern Is n member,
will It Is said, turn out In a body.
Tlio Hawaiian band will kail thn
funeral procession, which Is being ar
ranged by tho committee.
A.-II. Freighter Will Be
Repaired At This
Two duH ngo tho big American
Hawaiian freighter Alaskan, on
route, fiom I'uget Hound ports to
Honolulu, lost her port propeller.
Tho accident la olio of thoo un
uccouuti.blo things that sometimes
happen nt ton Tim weather and
eu3 nt the 1 1 inu woro icported pleas-
Tho Alnskun rat i lei a spare pro
pa'ler, and this will bo shlppod be-
foro tho ftnlcht steamer khIIb from'
Honolulu for Illlo, K.ihulul and Port
, .. .
Tho Amorluiii- Hawaiian vessel' "n' eoniprlneH a Intnl of 270 acres
lirnnirht n liircn cenornl carco aI
nro uk ni a ,1lr, """' FarB . " , ,. .. ,
poruon ni . ir..K ii w ,a,v ,
from, Now urk li Hie steamer ral -
Continued on Pace 4.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Apr. .28.
The House today adopted a resolu
tinn mlllne- on Seeretnrv nt War
Dickinson fcr information regardint;
the sale and lease of public lands in
the Philippines. I
.... .... j m mc iasi rroiiaciuini cicciion anu
SCHOONER AND 1" un"cccssfjl tandidRe 'or
PT?TT"AT T HQT1! e "1'' adopted by the Dem-
VXvIii VV i-iL 0 1 , ocrats calls for a tariff to supply rev
- tcnue sufficient for the actual needs
(Special Bulletin Cable ) I
SEWARD,. Alaska, Aor. 28. The
schooner Stanley has been wrecked,
nuu several 01 mc ciew are reponea
-tSpcrfalfi'u'! 1 c t fn" Catic?)
NEW OHLEANS.- Apr. 28 An
explosion on the steamer Elalba to-
day killed Ave people.
' Tn the grill'SW WEEKS SUMMER
SAN FRANCISCO. Anr. 28,
lice Commissioner Flanncry has been
suspended, nc inline an investigation
of the charce that he promised pro
tection to wirctanners.
BRUSSELS. Apr. 28. The Roose-
velts arrived here today and were
most cordially received. ,
1 COMET If, Sid
tt , SS
tt Tho mine! hus arrived In rlenr SS
2 ,V. ?..,""' ''::.r?'H .,:," '" ":"". 2
Si trouble In seeing
11 inicr joii
trilWI Ollt or II
tt hnvo managed to
St The comet tall and all. wero tt
tt distinctly ecn this morning and SS
SS ou do not have to get n tup "r tX
nn I.oi.ho to seo tho wonderful it
SS Hlght, It Is high In tho heaven tt
St on n level with tho planet Venus SS
St nml n little to tho loft nml its tnll ii
it Htands right up In the air. tt
tt It can be seen without a glass Si
SS up to five o'clock when thn rising SS
SS sun dims It from view, Tho best SS
SS moment for observation Ih nt 1:30 it
Si SS SS SS SS S3 tt tt tt tt it it it SS SS SS SS
Koolair Rubber Company'
Will Use $30,000 In
... . . . . ..,.
ior mans u.u 10 oxveeu .iii.uu.,.
uio Kimiaii iiiiou'-r wompany, i.iu ,
today r'rd a tiust mortgngo In favor
nf tbo Tlist National Hunk of Wnl-
fli Ia ! lll4Alllltfll Mwt lltv kiilllinai
,..... ... i..kn in. a.mo n.ii.innil.
cmupaii) to Inkn up sumo outstand-
ing uoies oi a mw iiiouaiiiiii nuiiiiro
nnd to mo us much money us ncedod
ill development woik on tho prop-
Tho land whleb tho mortgago cov
cr,t ' tl10 plantation of the company
: . , .. , ,. -
uIIiiiiIa.1 ill VnhlUn lulliml ,ir Kllllll.
'""J "" .7" "'""
.when reckless railroading goes.
tuiovciami nam water.
AND BUSINESS CENTER
fariff ForFared Russian
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Apr. 28.
John W. Kern was endorsed for
United States Senator bv the Demo-
cratic Slate convention, in session
he. tday Kern was the Demo,
cratic candidate for VicePresident
of'thc government. It denounces the
ship subsidy legislation proposed by
SAN 1'HANCISCO. Anr. 28.
Pankc and Thornns were matched to-
day to fight twenty-five rounds on
-.!5lHD0L TO E HELD
First Teacher's Session
For Six Years In
I inr mo ursi iimo in six )enrs there
i will bo a summer school session this
ear for tho teachers of tho public
schools ot tho Islands. Tho session
will commenco nn July C and will con
tlnnu for six weeks, closing on August
16. ' .
This Hummer session Is prgantzul b
-he .Icnrtmcnt of puhllo lustructlo,,
Hll HU,j,orti'd h) guncrpus hearted
-.Tin nf Ilir, Ivnlmrv mini mil,.,
llin nnj.il ,iP . atlin.,1 ..P llila lilml I,.
further tho work of tha deimrtment.
It is expected that piactlcally all of
tlio teachers lu tlio department will nt
(ul(, , Ht.8Hl(mB , tIl0 Bch(Kll whlcll
ro ,n ,lrt. ,.,,, . ', , nrllli ,,,,
(Continued oh Pace 4)
NOW UNDER FIRE
Must Show Evidences
Unless four )oung Hnwnllan.gcntlo
men' of leisure, and thu youth nf Chi
n c3o extraction can ' satisfy I'ollco
Mudgu Andrado hy n display of hard
earned ceiln and n wealth of callouses
on their hands thnt thoy hao been
lending thn llfo industrious by Bntur-
day morning, they arc liookoil for n-
f(,rrP(1 retr,.mcnt to a moro prlvato
oxlstenca over nt thu nmnlilpiil do-
Inn 'inlntet wero eaiish.t In whnt
the pollco bellevos was a ledhot gamiilirnll. tbo officers have, cnnin iiimiii
of dice at thn old flshniarkct about
Tn0 nIllbprB f thn partv werp
on,o tlmo during the past! row )enrs
placed under nrrest undor almllnr
chargos but tho case did not stltk
Attorney Charles Chllllngwnrth at -
'CI"Ited to snow mat tho men In ques;
tinn woro nni gimmnrs us cnargou in
(ho comi,it but merely humble fish-
til.......i... t i , i.. I...
eriiit'iii i-nev:iHiir iniiwii nnd iii nn
vhnwn and for (ho spucn of almost nn
n(mr ",0 "nteccdentH of thn llvo ac-
cused was minutely gono Into by tho
Innulsltors on cither side.
rncllenlly each membor of the pan
f Continued on Pace 4)
Man Flees Into
ing After Accusation By
I'ernui'it by a ilo7en sticrv nml bel
llgvroul HiiskIiiis, led b :i roimtry'
woman, a man appeared In the JiulK
clary building this morning nml utked
tho protection of the United Hldtei
Mnrshnl and from the appearances of
tho sltuntlon his npiwul to Mnrshnl
Hendry was fully Justified.
According to tha m-in's story lie was
inu ticiim in n oiacKniaumg scneuiu
UKn tho part or the Itusslnns who lion. Hut tho Itiistians ami tlio wo
havn enngregnted In tho Capitol squara man pirtleulirly did not Intend lual
and who go up and tr) to sen tho riov
cruor when the lawn mower awakens
them from their slumbers on tho
gruss. Tho man doclarid thnt ho wns
sitting nn a bench whin ho wns op-
proRchod by a Kusslnn woman who when tho mnn ran for a hack sho
nskrit him for a dollar. Ho refued persued him and nctuall) clung onto
to glvo her tin' monej nml 1- H1 lb wheoln or Ihe veblclo In onal
khtf'tnrihlm miitlnrlnm llitnltm ?nh nl In uj-fitiiit tlui lmtk frmii le.iVJ
went over to n group of her fell iw
countrymen and told them comethlnc
mat seemed in nrouc mem mid tney
mnda n rii'h for thu mnn on the bench,
Grace In A Corner
Police Belieye Fugitive Negrq
Murderer Is In Kalihi M
Tho lolls aro surel) tightening nboutlnf fund, and this will lead to iilsj&j!
tho pnsenco of Anderson (IracC, tho prehension and capture ifij'js
negro murderer who Is hclloitl to lip'., S'c'biino nnd his men returned from
roumlng at largo In a. coiiktimtly to l!lr ",""1,CCCS3'1 "arch nt daylight
strlcted nica In Kallhl allcy. ,1111s morning .
Chief MeDuflle and seven men coii- flE'
nected with tho imllco and detectlvo riftl 1W 111 .'fj
lopnrtment spent tho night In going
nv.i- ,lin ,lllrlnl I., ..I.l.li nHn.... I
.. ...- iiinu.i,, ... n.iivil l.l,U
said to hnvei been seen.
Anderson Urnco Is being driven by
hunger nml exposure to dcsiyrnto
ulrnllu II In r-.,rlnln llinl 1 1... In.l, .,f!
ril will foreo (Ir.teo to do Mime dn.i j I'dwal Court, this morning. Carl'on
pernio deed or olso ueetssnrll) cxiKs(i(Tal wns nrrnli;ncd on two Indlct
himtrlf to thn overactive mlnloiiB of.ments, and the cai.e waa continued
" w- until. Ma.y 7, wjicu the ugqusrlwl
n uiuiKuvov, ii iimrnei kui hi r,
who ih woriuug ii siiinii irnci 01 mini
in Kniilii V1111..V ni.nni i ,n. int.,
tbo bills tailed noon eld, f Mannnio'
jestcrday nfternoou. Ho dcclarei
thnt ho left his homo on l'imchbowl
csterdn) morning nml proceeded to
nis loni-y cni.i.i in m mil Miuey. ihi
look wllh him a lunch (ind lift tho
l..,..,ll.. ..lll.ln II... tlfll. l.nfi ...1. II.. I...
mrn " " " " " " "
tancn nwn) In n biniina field. Who'i ,
tho I'ortugiieso returned to tho cublpl
nt noon tho lunch, bimdlo and nil werul
The man stntes pooltheh thnt ho
i aught n gtlmpsn of n negro man ninv-
lng"nlong nu iMolnted trail during tho
Tho officers, whlln having no lllrect',, pisk'iigeron tho uleamer Maluiru, tt).
eluo to tho thief mo eonfldent Hint
tho ptrty mnkliiK nwny with tbo food
wns noun ollur limn draco.
The escaped murdorer Is ulso ro-
ported ns lu soro need of imdiitil nl
teiillon. lu following closo iukiu IiIh
1 piiTon nf bloodstained clothing whlih
I plalnl) Indicates that Oraco Is surfer
atnR from sores or bruises on his nl
nitist naked feet nnd body. Tlio man'" "cnory, ho enthtibed over tha iSJ
hna been at lnigo for tho cronter mrl tt rtrects Ho said, "This city must. it
0f two wicks, nnd In his travels about
i tho rocky strewn pathways unit!
through tho Jungles. Oraco must havo
received many scratches
nliout tho body and feet.
if i, race is considerably removed i.s ni nm-rv i trnwnvii un,i
froni IiIb i "f supplies ns tho offl-ti 1'ort Htrcet I bollevo )ou call It5
corn bellevo Is Iho cato. It can bo only . I am told )our city governmcntla
n,u.Htloii of a torv short tlmo bcforo'ii Intends to Improvo it, That Is1
If Oraco Is considerably removed
lI0wll perform of clrcumstuncos. be-
romo moro bold In his attempt to so-
euro additional clothing and n annul)
Judiciary Build- I
Ho did not wait for an liitcroretcr
but i.m nrrosK King street and Into ii
tho Judiciary building with IIhj. woman ''
and tho Itusslnns nU'hld lieela. Ho
cxplilneil things to tin- MmiOiiil and
wns ndtlsei) to lelephoiia for n ollca ,
offlcei in protect him Tho ollce ifft
rer was lata In irrUIng, however, unit
tho man decided thnt ha would try
in go niiuoiu nsiismnro or proicc
ha should leave. The woman grasped
him by tho mm and tho men hustled
him about. When Mhrrhnl Hendry
agnln appeared on the scene tbo men
ikslstml but not bo tho woman and
The Itusslnns then left tho Judl-
clary minding muttering "lliissxy ail
right, veil nu good.
UrlHL VII I HI ',
V " tin '
Ilobcrtcou In (the j
i plead to tho clinrges. I
TIlB rlh. . .,..,,..,. , .f,.r'rt
' "e '" merchant Is charcea
,ut" hnliiB dealt In United States
property, coislEtlng ot wcarlnc np
ptrcl uf soldiers In Honolulu, who,
Indent mono) by drawing their extra'
nllownnco lllld selling It 111 tlio Chi
tip I llrn linnni lit tl
llh I IH h II lll III Ik
,,L' llll.II IIUiULULUf
I " t-
" Thomus Hughes. mo nf tho-tt
1c tiling sugnr planteia nnd busU it
neis men of I'ljl, woa a through tt
'"at cnlloil at thla (Kirt u fev St)
8 'lnja ago .Jj
SS Mr. Hllgtl('3 whlln hero took ttieili
tt npKirtuiilt) to nco as imieli of Iho'tt;
"y l'ssimo from an nutumo-,SSl
"lie-. Ho was most enthuslustlajSit
tt Willi all that he encountered cx-"SS
" cept tho enndltlon of tho paving tt
' I'nrt ctreet Ho enthusod over tt
tho rthoel m enthused over tha SSI
H havu the best government I have. SJ
Motor encountered. You can sei'tt
H In tho genoral surroundings aiui,.n
1 8 particularly tho streets, Thoonly'SS
SS bnd street I have encountered Is. tt
this first Hlreet I travelled on:
the thing to do." la
ss w Jl :s ss it ii it Si Si it it Si Si;