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I BELIEVE THE! EXISTING LIQUOR LAW IS A 'GOOD ONE AND I DEFENDED IT ON THAT OPINION
- - - - W. 0. SMITH-
Evening; Bu
From San Francisco;
Chljo Mimw .Inly 25
For San Francisco:
Mungolln -. July 29
From Vancouver: .
Ma r, 'i in. i July 22
For Vancouver:
.calnmll.i August IG
;i
YOUR STORE OROWS, OR GOES
BACKWARD EVERY DAY AND
THE ADVERTISING DECIDES I
3:30 EDITION
Gives results, hence has high rank among advertisers.
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4677.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY 22. 1010. 10 PAGES.
PBICI I CIXTI
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PROHIBITION
ENA'S
Confuse Voter
Is Now Object
False Report Being Spread That
Vote Of "Yes" Is Against
Woolley Plans
In ncconlanco with what uppenrH to
lo n concerted olTort to confuso the
totcr on the methods of registering
IiIh opinion on' the, Woollcy-Thurstoh
intform Tuesday, the report Is being
Carefully nprc.nl to the gcnorul affect
thut If the voter Is against prohibition
ho will cast IiIh ote by marking n
cross In tho square opposite thoiword
"Yes," and thn Hawaiian ctpitvulcut
"no" on lha ballot
' particular effort lias tieen mndc
CLOSE EARLY FOR
EMPLOYEE VOTERS
The qtirstlun of Prohibition or i-l,rlil1iltloii, which Is to ronic be
fore the people on Jul) '.'I!, HMO, bring n mutter of great Importance In the
inters of this Tcrrllorj, We, the undersigned, agree to clone our IiiihIiicns
houses ut 1 ! m. on thut date. In order thut our cmplojccs may hate mi
oppurtiintl) of polling their lole, ,thcreh) insuring us large nil expression
of opinion us possl'ile.
Hand or Hawaii, Ltd
Hank of Honolulu. Ltd
first National Hank of Han all.
Tho 1st American & Trust Co. of Ha
waii Itlsbop & Company
Dearborn Drug & Chemical Works
Hawaiian KertllUnr Co., Ltd.
Custlo & Cooke, Ltd.
Inter-Island Steam Nav. Company
II. Hackfeld& Company
American-Hawaiian I'upcr Sup
ply Company's,
Allen ft Ilobinson.'Ltd.
McCnbe, Hamilton & ftonny
Callfornlu Keel Company
J. SI, Dowsett
Uruce Cnrtwrlght
Yokohama Specie Dank
JIlKhop Insiiranro Agency I
Jllshup Trust Company
T. II. Dnvlcs&Co.,-Ltd.
Henry Wutcrhoiiso Trust Company
C. Drewer & Co., Ltd.
M. Phillips & Co.
ISAFINESHIP
.
Will Become Popular
Between Honolulu
And Coast
Provided thero Is' loom, n large
number of Honolul,iu hate signified
.their Intention of making n tilp to
the mainland by tho new and palatini j
bteamshlp Zelandla which linn been
placed on the Canadian-Australian
rojitu by the Union Steamship Co. This
iebul ly due to arrive ut Honolulu
f i om the Colonies on August l'Jtli. I
(Continued on Pace 6) I
.
Tnutiada, the Japaneso who was run-1
nlng a blind pig ut Walptihu, was
fined $100 und costs by Judgo An
drade this morning at the police
court.
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CAPTAIN DIES ON
to spread this Interpretation of thn.
method of voting Tuesday among the
llawatlans who uro Inclined to ba In
Home doubt as to the proper manner
of registering their objection to sad
dling tho Torrltory with tho blight of
prohibition, '
'This effort at confusing tho voter Is
apparently ouo of tho last guns In tho
Woolley campaign und Indicates tho
Irm'tltiH to which' some of tho runners
In 'tho Woolley rnimo uro .prepared -to
Minntlnurrl on Xaae 2)
Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd.
The n F. Dllllncham Co, Ltd.
Trent Trust Company
Hawaiian Trust Company
(Mice Kupply Company
K. 0. Hall & Hon. Ltd.
Mclnerny Shoo Storo '
IJ..W. Jordan & Co, Ltd.
ManufactiirciH Shoe Co, Ltd.
Gurrcy's, Ltd.
II. I' Wkhman & Co, Ltd.
W. W. Dlmoml & Co; Ltd.
Oat & Mossman
lowers & Cooko
Sllvn's Toggery
I'red I.. Watdron
Hawaiian Nnws Company
Coyno Furniture Co.
A. D. Arjelgh & Co , Ltd.
J.' A II. yiclrn & Co.
Wull, Nichols Co, Ltd. '
H. V. Cillers & Co.
Ucrgstrom Music Company
V A. Schuefor. ft Co , Ltd.
M Mclnerny, Ltd
Murcantllo I'rlntlug Company.
MERCHANT ANO
WOMAN HELD
Two Chinese In Prom
San Francisco Have
No Certificates
Two Chinese wore nrrCJted . this
muiulug for being unlawfully In the
louutr, upon warrants Issued by
United States Comnilsuloner Judd,
theso Chlneho both coming Into the
Territory on the Manchuria fiom
San riiiuclsco last Monday.
The Chlncso hold In custod) uro
a man named How Kuui Hong uni)
u woman, Mock Sooy Yang,
lloth protest their Innoceiuo of
being unlawfully In the country, und
nu they enme from Sail Francisco nud
have told straight stories, they win
(Continued on Page 2)
STUNT
ir im -, V5 it v mm
W00LLEY--The
BLIND PIG-So
SHIP JOHN ENA
News came today of the ship John
Una having completed the trip from
this Hirtto Philadelphia In eight)
four ilajH. Sho arrived July 31. ami
sailed from Honolulu April 28.
This Is ono of tho niOBt remark
able trlpB on rtLord. Tho only thing
mat romes nnywiiero near it, ns
given In Thrum's Annual, w.-ih when
the American ship N. D. Palmer, In;
1S54', made the trip from Honolulu
to New York In eighty-one ilajs
The ship John Kuu left here with
a full cargo of sugar, undor Captuln
N. Loroiu
Captain l.oreuz died on llio trip
while tho ship wns off Capo Horn
and win burled at sou
Tho (list
leuiucd, took the ship to her destl
nation.
If you are doubtful about
where
up to-
you votp on Tuesday, look It
day. Vote on Tuesday,
TO
OVER THE PALI
dawn is breaking,
is our plank.
SHOWN FALSE
.Prohibition Testimonials
Pail Before Court
- Records '
Tho emit let page In tho prohibition
organ this morning, containing testi
monials In support of the Woolley
Thurston platform, does not buir tho
Of .if ,.,,1-nfiil Irwilllf-V nml tliti ulnln.
' " " """"
J iiieuts of many of tho convicts tlmt
Hie published nppenr,to luno ncen nti
afterthought This ready cxcine of
the accused criminal was not used In
tho trials of a number of convicts who
find a plain in tho prohibition organ's
couviu pago this morning An In
estigation of tho court records, bused
"" l" stnicmciiiH ni tuo proniuitiou-
i
' nullllrr fnntu
1 tllh I..V-.D
Tho totu-ensus of opinion Is that
only High Henri's stool pigeons were
.Interviewed, and that the convicts
nil wild what was thought would bo
(Continued on Face G)
MISLEAD VOTERS
RECORD VOVAG
Brother.
$100,000 FIRE
WIPES OUT
PAI4 STflRF FOREST FIRES
inm UIUIIL BURNING TOWNS
(Special U ii Met In Wireless.) (Special Bulletin Cable.)
WAILUKU. Maul, July 22 Tho' SV0KANE, Wash., July 22. For
I'aia storo and tho plantation oftlco est fires in the Northwest are still
adjoining wore completely burned to unchecked, and scvcml towns have
tho ground ut twp o'clock this morn- been wiped out. The town of Sail
ing. The grain ami (lour wurehotues dnn is now isolated and its fate is
weie saved. . unknown to outsiders. It is feared
The property loss villi amount to it is doomed.
more than ono hundred. thousand
dot
lars. It Is cmered by Insiinineo.
Tho origin fir (lie the Is thought to
bo Incendiary. i
Mr John Wnterliouse of Alexumiet
iiaiiiwiu siaien mis morning timi
.., .,., i , ,,, rtK
nil iiral Company were in the same
. T. .r , ' " "' . . "
7i:L" :r ";;."'" Z
, u,r K.,.r,.i i.i .,w.i,n,wt
stole were snwrul big warehouseb
hconlulnlug u quantity of btipplles and
mcrchandlso. Tho Pala store U said
to have been tho best equipped and
carried tho largest stock of any slmt-
lur estubllhliment on thn Islands,
Mr A. It. Gurrj, a local lasuruueo
iimmM'JM'v'
Opium Coming In
f romjhe Coast;
Seven Tins Worth $450 Taker!
From Arizonan Cooks Who
Are In Custody
I'hn tins of unstamped and' two
tins of Hlampvd odum of n t'tt-il mar
ket vnluu in Honolulu of )(' weie
kcltul this morning on board the
American Hawaiian steam r Arizonan
by Customs Inspector II. J. Tnlor
working In lyinnurlloii with a soirpli
Ing party Inim (ho Itovenuo CutH r
Thetis.
Two tins wcru found In Ihu g I.)
belongliiK, to Hernnil niMjk l,Hing
Sung, and 11 p tins wero round In
tho slorp-nnl nlikli Ik In charge of
Conk Chun Konk.
Tho two Chinese were arrested an I
Marines
New Rule
W'rmiNGTON. I). C. Julv 22.
rr?o'r.il Taft hat Riven his ap
naval to the regulations for the re
organization of the Marine Corps of
the Navy.
I Under these regulations start om
I cera ro on duty wherever the com
mandant assigns. The Secretary of
the Navy fills any vacancy caused by
the at"enco of the commandant.
BIG GUNS HAVE
GOOD CONTROL
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
FORTRESS MONROE. Va.. Julv
OO U..4l..nHJIMM .1.. .1.-1.. 1.1-
'accident here yesterday, the officers
iu chnt-Re of the fortress state that
' from the results of the practise
shootinc with the bit: (runs the fact
; is clearly demonstrated that it would
be impossible for a hostile fleet to
reach Washington, tho Runs from the
(fortress having a power to sweep the
seas in every direction with effective
snots.
GRAND TRUNK
TO ARBITRATE
MONTREAL, July 22. Labor
troubles of the Grand Trunk railway
will bc ,cttlfd b arbitration. The
railway officials today rave their for
. acceptance of the arbitration
hoari1 appointed by the Government,
ii ii n ti t: M tf tt it ti n it tr .t
underwriter Is leaving for Walluku
by tho steamer Claudlno this evening,
Unlll Mr Qurry makes tils report tho
' locul ofllce Is not Inclined to offer n
statement concerning the loss by Are
bold for Inw-stigMion b Unttut
Status Alturney tlreckoim and
iltnco "an anting they were both glvj
rn .i nejriiis ueiorp united states
CiinmilsElonvr Albert 1 Judd Tlio
hctrlng fit Sang wns completed
sliottly ufter noon and Im a bound
mer to ,tbo Uclobcr term of the Fedj
i ii mm, i. in nciug iiiuii in I no
i III 'if fij'l. Chun I'nok w.iu ninin
lintt Iblk ufitiruoou f. -Sr
I'nr many necks the steimcrs' of
Aiiirrlcin Hawaiian' Compiny hao
In rn under close J6uru-llance ns It l
(Continued on 1'flRC 3)
Mormons
Are
Barred
BERLIN. July 22. Twenty-onc
Mormon missionaries have been np
irchendcd and were today expelled,
."rom the country.
DAILY SCORES 0f
BIG LEAGUES
SAN FRANCISCO. July 22. Tho
biir leaRucs' scores-for today arc: ' 1
J lational Fittsburp 14; Brooklyn
It Rinrimintl ft Pliilndrlnliln A. c
Louis 4, New Yoik 0. Other frames
were postponed.
American Wmlifnelnn 1. fllilrnirn
- .-.--. ----------1, -. -......
a; Washington u, unicngo O; Boston
b. ht. I.ou l: New Ynrlc 11 Tie.
troit 8 j rhJadcIphia , Cleveland 7;
Fhllndclnliia 1. Clrvrlnml 1 liimi
called In fifteenth inning- on account,
of dnrkness).
. - -
Standing ol Imerlcjn Lctgue, Jul
Club W L. I
l'cta
I'hlsdclphla .53 15
Nfw York . Ii 31
Detroit 44 s?
IJoslon 18 .31
Clot eland 33 19
Wachlnglon 32 ll
Chicago .10 4fi
m
Ml'
.5360
.m
?,
Ht. Umla 22 31
'.3U
Standing o( National Lcanue, 'July 2i
Club , W. L
lit
Chicago ;,.. 4? 27
Nnw York .,,,.,. 43 33
Pltlabqrg 41 33
Clnclnuall 3? 37
Philadelphia 35 3D
Bt Louis 35 14
llrookljn ... .32 45
Huston .1 . ... 32 48
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BLUEFIELDS ' : ,,
OPEN TPORTfl
WASHINGTON. July 22. The
State Department has declared Blue-'
fields o be an open port. Norway1
had rccoRnucd the blockade.
SUGAR j
SAN FRANCISCO. July ,22.'-
Beets: 88 analysis, 14s. 0 MM.'; par
ity 6.10c. Previous quotation,-14s?
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