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Evening Bulletin
From Ban Franclscol
Sk'rrn HiptcmlicrSD
For 8an Franclscol
Manchuria Hrptcmbt r 2D
From Vancouver,
Miikura October 11
For Vancouvarl
Zculalidla October 12
One essential of good advertising Is
persistency.
Only by advertising can a merchant
secure a wide distribution.
Only with a wide distribution can he
maintain tow prices and hold the trade.
3:30 EDITION
Publicity I&Kurely a Matter of Business
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5042.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAtSEPTEMBER 27, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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KIJHIO
BMITH
ALLEGED
IS
BACK HERE
Man Charged With Being Clev
er Opium Operator Brought
Under Guard.
STRONGLY MAINTAINS
COMPLETE INNOCENCE
Fecleial Authorities Say He
Was Formerly Quartermas
ter on Steamer Running to
This Poit,
Strongly tlccl.irliiK his Innnccticu In
connection with tho Indictment
brought against him by the lVilcral
(Ininil Jury of kiiihkp.Hiik and polling
opium In Honolulu, Noruinn II Smith,
alias W. II. alias M. 11. Smith, Is In
Honolulu, having nrrlcil finin S.m
Kraticlsco, whero ho was arrested by
Marshal nillott, tlila morning on tho
Ktramcr llonoliihin. Ho wiih brought
down by Deputy Marshal I). I'. Towlo
unil (luuril M. 0. Klllott.
When arrested In Sim Krnnclsco
Hmitli emphatically (lectured his in-
noicnce. "1 know nothing nliont It,"
lin sald.'nml when I get to llonolultl
mid coino"upT YoF trial 1 will noon
move my Innocence At tho biiiiio
lime tho Kodnral authorities seem li
think Hint they will mnko this harder
than Mr. Smith may think at tho pros
cut (line.
Until Juno Inst lio was quartermas
ter on tho Ainei lc:m-I Ij nli.m stoam
er Columbian. Ho conies from Mary
land and althoiiKh ho refuses lo Kay
what town. It Is thought that Ilultl-
inuro Ih (lie city lio bulla from.
Important Oiiiliirc.
Tho San Kranclscn authorities are
of tho opinion that tho rapture Ih nf
tho greatest Importance and that fur
ther developments will follow from
(Continued on Pago 4.)
a
Hear Admiral CiiwIck OHlorilay re
ceived a rnbloginm floiu Washington
Mating that tho llvo ciulscrH and
right donlio.uTH will nail for Honolulu
abniit N'nrmbor !'. TIiIh Information
wan rontalned la Associated Picas
dispatches hovcrul da)s ago.
SMUGGLER
Foster's Job Cinched
Ht i our denials of any connection
with tho cIiuircu laid against them by
Masters' ami Pilots' Association and
also that W. II. I'ostcr, thu man sl.u
cd for hurboi master ami who Is In
Inko up his duties on Octobci 1, had
any Intention of leaguing, wore rog
iHtuieii I tils aftoruoou li) Commission
ei McHlncker, W. II. Hocgs and n
Icr himself, at u incotlug of tho lur
boi commission held In tho Son. it'.'
cliamhei.
Olio fcatuio ol tlio denials wuio tho
in posed statements of ('iuimissiotiur
McHtncl.or and Mr, Hoogs In connuc
tl'iii with thu lit ul knnwlcdxo thu l.it
Ici hail of Kosloi's nppolulmoat. .Me-
Blocker declares that lie was tho first
tu Inform Hoogs while tho Utter stat
ed that Ills Informant was Cumiul
sinner Wakefield.
Mr. McStockur icfoned to tho stor
ies published jcstoiduy ami also tho
talk that was going along tho vvntoi
fionl as a "lot of r.icklo." "Anjoito
would Ihlnk thoy had found a flesh
rgg," ho s.iiil, "wlieioiiH I think It was
h'lidly that." Ho also staled that
Hoogs when linked about the mutter
at 111 st said Unit men If rosier wai
not appointed ho would keep him In
his position, I I"1
Hoogs slated Hint as soon as ho
know Hint thu rommlsslou wanton
I'oslcr ho tiled l dissuade Mm. "Why
mil) jostouluy," ho said, "I told lilni
ho was it lool and I tolil lilni so again
this morning. I tiilil lilni that In llueo
nnuilhs I would tu1'' him hack. I do
DELEGATE
SECRETARY OF INTERIOR,
BEFORE WHOM DELEGATE'S
CHARGES HAVE BEEN LAID.
MUST
REPAY LICENSE
FEES
That llio Terrltoiliil tiriiHiiry mil
pn o,r the inniiey claitui d under tho
uppinprl.itlou made by the Legislature
for tho paMiieut of inert bandlto li
ft uses Illegally tollecled, In the order
In vvlilili the tlaliiis arti made, and that
tlit- till,- of a bill, although It may not
ho used to toulrol posltlvo piuvlsloiih
In the hod) of the act, limy bo resorted
In vvhtie the language of the inail
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not want him to go for It means u
lot moio work thuivMi on me."
I'obtoi was mil lo bo denied and
befoiu llio moling r.nno to order
Jumped up nml said that what Mc
Stockor mid Hoogs had stated was
tight ami that niillilng dlffotent from
that wiih an uhsolulo lio. Ho wax
not going lo irsigu tiud llio only thing
that would bhlft him would bo a slick
of djn.milte.
A ( oiifeiomo of thu haihor com
iiilssloncis thai lusted a Lugo p.nt
of this morning 111 tho nllleoH of Sup
cilnlemlcmt M .-union Campbell, (hill
man, insulted In tho defllilto an
nouncement that Willi im It. Foster
has not icslgut-d us haihiriuaslor
that ho will not loslgn and that lio
will take olllrn on Octobur 1 Tho
nummnromout constitutes n dcul.il of
all tho lepoils cliculattug )cdcrday
ami ol which a denial fiom Mr. ros
ier hlinelf was published In tho Hul
lo 1 1 u
Tho tnnrcienco this morning was
t'xeiiilliu. liiini what can ho learn
ed, thu roiumlssloiiorx coiup.ireil
notes mid tiled to find out whoio thu
('pints oilginated ami how It hap
pened Unit Cap!. I). !'. Nli linliuni of
llio luU'i-lhliiiul company thought In
had something that lool.ci like an
offer of llio ismUIoii. It appears fiom
statements mailo alter tho meeting
today tlml I. II McStocker, a nioui
ber of tho rouimlBsloii. was nppro.ioh
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CHARGES
KUHIO
OPEN WAR
SECRETARY 0F INTERIOR NOW
WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 27. The charges made
by Delegate Kuhio against Governor Frear have been re
ceived at the Department of the Interior. These are the
charges in which the Delegate from Hawaii protests
against the reappointment of Frear as Governor, and were
received in the mail a day or two ago.
When the Bulletin correspondent called at the De
partment this morning the Secretary in charge stated that
he did not feel at liberty to make public the text of the
Delegate's letter until the arriyal in Washington of Secre
tary Fisher, who is expected here on October 10.
It is understood in general terms that the Delegate,
while not charging the Governor with specific malfeas
ance in office, holds him responsible for slow progress
toward American ideals in administration and govern
ment, and that he is entirely out of touch with the senti
ment of the people. It is also understood that the Dele
gate takes up some transportation matters.
The charges after being read by Secretary Fisher
will be taken up with the President, and possibly a com
mission named to investigate conditions, though it is
understood that a secret investigation that includes the
status of the sugar industry and labor conditions has been
under way for some time by a Federal agent.
HIM I
ITALY SENT TO
TURKEY
AsstM l.iUd Press (.tblo.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Sept,
27, The Italian government has sent
an ultimatum to Turkey demanding
that Italy be allowed to occupy Tripoli,
War ii tho alternative.
GERMAN-FRENCH WAR
CLOUD BLOWING BY
fAssoclalrd I'rtaa Cable.)
PARIS, France, Sept. 27. Germany
has accepted the latost proposals of
France for a settlement of the Moroc-
enn difficulties.
LUMBER TRUST IS
AGAhNSUED BY U. S.
(Astnclntnl Tress Csblo.)
DENVER, Colo, Sept. 27. A Fed
eral suit lias been filed here against the
so-called lumber trust, charging that
tho combine dominates 20 States.
TAFT SPEAKS AT TOPEKA
(Askorlatid Press P.iblo )
TOPEKA, Kan, Sept. 27. President
Taft is in Topeka on his tour today.
LAYS
IS CARRIED BEFORE
i
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(PprflHl Bulletin Cable.)
POSSE IS CHASING
CALIFORNIA PROMOTER
(Kix-cIhI II li 1 1 n tin C'ntdr.)
SAN FRANCISCO, C.I., Sept. 27.
Dr. J. Grant Lyman, promoter, escaped
Sunday from a hospital where he was
held by Federal officials and is a fugi
tive. Shasta County has organiied a
posse Dr. Lyman moved in society
circles and was a big operator.
Dr I.) man oiiordlug lo new pre-
lously rieelvtd from the I oast, was
general promoli r of tho I'aliamu Du1
Mlupmenl ("onipan)
SECRETARY OF INTERIOR
IS IN KANSAS CITY
(Asitociiltrri Prt'HS Cjblo )
rr,oo l.ii, r..n o.pv. .,
secretary ot me interior i-isner ipose
" national conservation congress
ody o" conservation and tho public
domain.
TAFT AND FISHER
AGREE ON ALASKA
(Sin-tlal II nl let In Cable )
KANSAS CITY, Kan, Sept. 27.
Secretary Fisher said today that he
has seen President Taft and that the
two agreo in their views upon Alaskan
conservation
(lOVI'HN'Olt rili:AK pihl a visit
lo Captain I la) oh of t lio gunlMi.it An
nasils this mottling
r"!''flr Sale" cards at llullctln. ,
FORMAL COMPLAINT
ROLPH WINS BY
OVER 24,000
VOTES
(AssorUlfd Trras Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Sept. 27.
Unofficial returns from the city election
give James Rolph Jr. 49,500 votes and
P. H. McCarthy 25,000. Rolph is elect
ed mayor by a majority even his
friends did not anticipate. One hun
dred and eighty out of 356 precincts
give District Attorney Fickert 12,351
votes for reelection against 11,605 for
Hathorn.
Itolph's vltlor) was welcome In Ho
nolulu, Today til" coinmi rclul bodies
sent him cublgraiiis of congratulation!
ami many wtnt from private sourciw
also
FRANCE HAS AUT0-H0RR0R
(HpecUl llullctln Cnblo.)
PARIS, Fr, Sept. 27-An auto om
nibus with twenty persons today
nlunged into the Seine. Fivo were
drowned, the others saved.
Uniform Hank K of I. will glvo 'i
limit o at K P Hall on Salurday,
Supt SOth, Music by Kunl flko Club.
W t e a I j II o 1 1 r 1 1 b II pr jar,
MADE
CHIEF EXECUTIVE
AGAINST WHOM KUHIO
HAS MADE CHARGES
GOV. WALTER F. FREAR
HAWAII'S ROAD
EXPERT IS
HERE
Holier! K. lllsbop of New York, noted
highway eng'ncir and good roads e
trt, arrived this morning on the Mat
sou llntr lloiiolulan ami will remain In
Honolulu only until ha leitxes for the
Itdulid of Hawaii Hawaii has named
Mr lllsbop to head tint work of the
loan fund tomiiilsslou there III highway
roiiMruitloii
The work of ro.nl building Willi the
funds provided by the last Legislature
lias been lit Id bark for months, await
lug the arrival of Mr HMiop, but Is
expected to pr ed raphll) now.
Hawaii Awaits Man.
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Free Garbage Decided
'Ih.it Honolulu Is to havi a frto ami SU.OAi) ahovn tho present cost The In-
extended garlMgo system lion. Juu..ry'" ""- ' " " "' "M-
or the s stem will be greatly enlarged.
t of next ).ai. and this without any 1 (nB )( n)1 Umw ()lr,( ,,ml ,lcei,
aildltloii.il tost to llio tomniunlly, l u imt whli.li at tho present tlmo du not
Ihn vinllit Hint was arrived at thhtjgct It
morning whin u lonlirinco was licldi one of tho main reasons for pulling
In Iwt en thu toininlttei) of the t'lvlo.tlic Inclmrutor Into working order Is
rtdirallon, imislstliig of 1" A Iltrndt! Hint, (aitslilti of Its being generally
and V A Ilriiii. ami Dr J S. II Pratt,' bent llclal, a retoiiiiutndalloi, has bi-en
president of llio Hoard of Health; Sec
retary I' A Molt-Kmlth uud thu Cov
ernor
'I he new plan Incomes practicable mi thud of dealing wiih tho fruit II) Is
owing In the law passul by tho lastito burn thn Infected fruit
Legislature bringing the dlvUloii nf tluil t'lider the new method of the dlvl
lax money umbra nuw sthudule Tim slon of luxes between tbo Territory
total toil will be tr.ii.niiO, or roughly (Continued on Page 4)
HONOLULU GETS TOGETHER IN
FIGHT FOR HEALTH OF PORT
Standing foi a tli.iu port and against the proposed misllllcatloit of tho pre
up) letting ilotvn of the I'tdiiol quar tut federal regulations,
antluo bais lo loUttlou fiom Mitral The tamp.ilgn Marled by thu tut
or Ktiulh A mi i It u. tbo Civic I 'filtration iiounccnicnt of inodllled regulations on
bus tailed a, Hinting for louioriow ut sblps turning from Infected ports of
i; :I0 o'tlotk In Public Kirvlco Asaocl-
litlon biaibiuaiters
I'erley U Horiie, principal of Ivnme- inalttr at u inrrtlng of directors lo bo
hainini Schools and thalrman of llio brbl at 3. 30 oVIotk this aflirnnoii, and
feileiatlon's hiallh committee, will pro- tho Chainbir or Comtmrio Is prtpared
side The feature of thu inciting will to tukn action as soon as an unsvver Is
bo tho prtseiitutiiiu of retijlutlnns by received to tho Hoard of Health's cablo
Dr. W. O. Ilobdy protcntliiK UBalnst.of protent.
OK. M'CUY WILL
SUCCEED DR.
Leprosy Expert Transferred at
Own Request In Course of
Service Routine.
EMPHATIC DENIALS OF
FRICTION IN WORK
Fciriloiial and reclcial Offi
cials Pull lORCtlier to Stamp
Out Disease Clogg to Re
main. Dr lnirild II t'urrle, lie.ul of tho
I'edcr.il leprosy liivcHllgutlnu work
lieio. will leave tho Islands about
December llrst and will probibly bo
assigned to :t mainland station hy
Hurgcon-floiicnil V)nun. head of tho
U, S. Public Health and Marino Hos
pital Service, lio will be succeeded
by Passed Assistant Burgeon (loorgo
W. McCoy, now In California.
Dr. Currlo docn not, linwovor, lenvo
because of nny frlrtlon In tho otllcc.
hinted In an article In tho morning
p.iptrr today, nor becauso of any ob
jections to the work ho lias been car
ry lug on.
Tho whole fabric of tho 'story print
ed this morning is not only denlel
hy those runccriKM bill resented by
I'cdcrnl ollklals and those generally
who havo been acquainted with tho
highly successful woik that Dr. Cur
rlo has boon carrjlng on at tho lep
rosy Investigation Station at Kallhl.
It Is at his own request that Dr.
Cuirlo lias been transferred. It It
no secret, nor has It been, that his
four ) cars' term of duly, under tho
service tulqs, was up on July first
ami that ho had asked to bo trnn.v
feired to u mainland station Not
only Is his request granted In a let
lot received today, but Siirgeon-tlcn-oral
Wymnn has complimented lilni
highly upon his work.
Dr. Curi In ramo hero four jean
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a
made by 11 K. Carnes, tho California
expert, backing up tho assertion of
local authorities here that the safest
tlio maliilaml lias just started. Tlio
IMerclinnts Association will discuss llio
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