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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5044.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER'", 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Alexander N. Cederlof of Leilehua
was shot mid killed about 8 o'clock
Inst evening by a soldier or Schoflold
Harrnckx. From whut has been learn
rd by the police, tho murder wuh ono
of the most brutal und uncalled for In
locnl pollco annuls.
A. F. M "Million, quartermaster-sergeant,
Ik tli" murderer, uicurdlng to
the report from l.ollelnm.
Cederlof Is a brother-in-law of Ar
thur Jones, manager of tho Leilehua
ranch, and of John Jones of thu Mc
Incriiy Shoe Store.
From meager detnllH nf tho affair
that came III from tho pout thin after
noon, tho' murder. It hcciiik, was tho
remilt nf MrMnhon'H iintngunl'm to
ward Cedarlnf on account of tho fact
that Ccdcrlof's wife, u part-lluwnllan.
ban been oh friendly terms with Mc
Million's wife and McMiihon resent
McMahon Is nuartermasler-KerBcant
of I'ompnny B, Second Infantry, and
Oderlof Is a civilian clerk. McMahon
bail been drl'nklin(jreitcrday afternoon
and III tho evening went to Cederlors
house and asked for Mrs. McMahon,
who was visiting there. Cederlof went
out to see McMahon and the two had
words. Suddenly McMahon pulled a
renlvcr mid idiot Cederlof through the
brain. MoMnhnn went to tb hack of
the house and his wife tried to take
the revolver away from him. A shot
was tired. Koine wild, mid then two ser
geants lushed upon McMahon and sub
dued him. A Federal warrant was
served upon tho soldier today.
Owing to (be defective condition of
the telephone line to l.ellehua, no de
tails of thu murder could bo ascer
tained by the pollco this morning. As
oon as Cederlof was killed, the police
were nolllled and Chief of Detectives
McDulllo and his staff hurried down to
the fcceno of the tragedy
t'nlted Klntes District Attorney It,
W Itrecknns, Marshal llendiy and oth
ers, when Informed of tho murder nt
l.ellehua, took an auto and rushed
down In Heimlich! llarracks.
'J he report of tho trouble was like
wine sent to Hrlg.-den. M. M. Macomb,
rnmui.indhig tho department of Ila
wall. F-irly this forenoon a It ill I e
tin leporter called at military head
quarters In tho Yoiiiik Hotel, but MuJ.
Archibald Campbell, when asked about
the nlfiilr, slated that no full report
bud been received from tho command
ing ollieer at Leilehua rcgordliiB tho
case lie said, however, that tho mut
ter had been turned over to tho civ 11
It Is expected Hint tho murderer will
be apprehended mid brought Into town
Moth Chief of Detectives McDulIlo
ami United States District Attorney
Ilreckons mid Marshal Hendry urn
making a thninugh Investigation nt Lo
llelni.i ns to the cause which led up
to the murder of Cederlof.
According to tliosu who knew Ceder
lof, hn bus homo n Rood reputation at
Leilehua. I In always attended to bis
inn business and It Is believed thu
Hildlcr was tho aggressor.
CARTER FOR FREAR
Former Onvnrnnr fienrgo II
Curler of Hawaii mill Ids two
daughters arrived from Honolulu
yesterday and nro slaying nt tho
Fairmont Curler Is on Ills wny
Hast In attend tho annual meet-
lag of his alma mater at liar-
v.ird Ho experts In leave Kan
Francisco Monday Of tlio eon-
dlllons In Hawaii Curler says
Ihey rnulil lint linvii been bellnr
iiiuler any administration other
IIiiiii that nf (lovi'iimr Frear.
whom hn reflK to us a limn of
r excellent exccullvit ability. Kx
GETS LEASE ON
A big business deal, Involving; tho
fuluio of tho pineapple Industry on
Onhn nnd a possibility of lively com
petition on the windward sldo of tho
Inland has been consummated be
tween tho llnwallnn Pineapple Com
pany und James U. Castle. Tlio lla
wiilluti I'lncnpplc Company, represent
ed liy James D. Dote, has innilo a
loniy to tho windward rlilo of tho Isl
and nnd negotiated n long-term lcaso
on some of tho very land now sup
pljlng Unity, McNeill & Uhhy, Iho
big Chicago packing Arm, with fruit
tor tho Ahuimanu cannery.
Tho lands nro owned by Mr. Cas
tle, and It Is said that tho consider:!
lion involved In tho neighborhood of
$105,000 and Hint the Dole, concern
gctH possession or between 2.000 nnd
2,500 ncrCH of cholco pineapple, land.
Neither Mr. Dolo nor Mr. Castle could
UNITED STATES SENDS WAR
VESSEL TO TRIPOLI PORTS
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Kpcl.il nil I In tin Correspondence.)
WASHINGTON, D. C., Kept. 11.
Administration officials hao deter
mined to Impress tho unruly tribes
men of Tripoli with Knino Idea nf this
Nation's power. With that end In
view tho scout cruiser Chester will
ho sent to Benghazi or Derna, Tripoli's
ports on tho Mediterranean. Tho call
will ho made early In October.
Tho chief purpose of tho warship's
visit will lie lo afford protection to
Iho American nrchaooloRlcul oxpodl
llnn which Is engaged in excavating
Iho ruins of Cyrcnc. A permit was
given hy the Turkish (Jovornment anil
the work inaugurated about ono year
On March II, last, Herbert V. Do-
BELT ROAD BIDS
OUT AT MEETING
The Oahu Holt Ilnad Commlshlon Is
holding a meeting this afternoon, be
ginning at 2 o'clock, and there is morn
than nn intimation that all of tho
bids received ycsloiday for tho (lo
nillo stretch of belt load lo bo built
under tho llrst contract lot will bo ro
Jected nml tho bids icadvortised.
From businessmen and contractors
alike lias come tho assertion that $10,
000 a mile is too much to pay for
roads and that tho specifications
should ho changed so that n cheaper
load may ho built. Ono contractor,
'111 DAM" PATTERSON TO
GET RID OF HIS CONTRACTS?
"Nuuaiiu Dam" I'alterni therwlso
V It I'lilterson or Walluku, It In town,
Hid nit'oidliiK to reports ho wants to
cll nut on tho two contiacts h re
cenllj seemed for road and brhlRo
work on Maul Now this may not 1st
true, but two local iiilitriii'tnr declare
that they Imvo I n Klveu mi oppor
tunity to take over Patterson's work
iiiuler sulicoMltiu Is and that ho would
bo willing lo get nut without liny
protlt Ohm contractor says he was
Hilled up nil Iho telephomi lllld told ho
iiiuhl get a liand"oine bonus If hn
would luko thu Job This fiiiilriivlur
dull lien to f(i lulu pallk'Ulari.
bo reached lltlb limning und the
length of tho lease Is not definite!)
Thero wero shtowd eonjecttnos to
day that ",llm" Dole had Rono Into
tho field and ruptured n large part
nf the producing nren upon which the
Uhhy, McNeill & l.lbhy peoplo must
depend for pines to supply their now
cannery. This, however. Is not homo
out by tho statement from n man
directly concerned In tho negotiations
Hint tho Chicago firm Is amply pro
tected by n live-year contract with
Mr, Cnstlo. Thin contract. It Is stat
ed, calls for planting nnd pineapples
from the Castle lands lor flvo cars
nnd tho Hawaiian Plnoapplo jieoplc
will carry out Us terms even lo sup
plying pines to tho Aliulmiinu can
nery until tho emit met expires.
(Continued on Pago 3)
Cou, n member of the oxis-dltlon, was
shot nnd killed hy tribesmen as ho
wan proceeding from the camp to tho
excavations. Tho three Arabs,
charged wllh the crlmo wero irrested,
and will soon bo placed on trial.
Although the Turkish government
gave assurances thai an honest (ffort
will be made to punish tho guilty
Arabs thero is no certainly lli.it It
will be accomplished. Tho Adminis
tration authorities determined 'hat the
expedition should ho afforded nil the
protection possible by piccnutlnnnry
measures. Work at Cyreno will be re
sumed early in October.
Tho Chester was with tho Atlantic
licet In Virginia waters Sho wuh win
to n navy yard for overhauling pio
parutmy lo her assignment to Tiipoll
MAY BE THROWN
who lias had u wlila and successful
experience in road-hullding, said this
morning that tho contract price can
bo cut llfly per cunt. It Is suggested
that a coral road ho built and that
temporary tracks he laid by tho Koo
lini rallioad, working tills way from
Kahana, to cut tho cost of transpor
tation. Tho engineer estimate of $70,000
Is regarded as far too low In vlow of
tho uncertainty of getting tiiarry rock
of a suitable character on tho wind
ward slda of tho Island
Tho fuels, so far as nro known, am
that HiirIi Howell. Into Maul county
engineer, was wanted for the Job of
supervising iimlniir of the Pnttcison
work as soon iih bo retired fiom thu
lounty s iv lie, which he did suddenly
Hut llovvell can not tnkii the Job The
iittoruey-Ki'iieral'H ollleo says so, ruling
lh.it I mi Is not eligible for private work
of this kind so soon after bo was en
gineer for the county which Is doing
rutli'iMiii, ll has hi en Known for
mum Utiic, has lain having h'iiii" trou
ble gelling enough labor, nnd Is said
ii be kkk mid tired of Ids Job, mid
(Contlnutd on Pagt 3)
FEED PRICES UPTIIRkTV MINT CIGHT
Local Dealers Advance Quota-,
tions On Cabled Advices
I'rcmtcr Lnurlcr's defeat and thu
blow to reciprocity In Canada have
had a direct effect on Hawaii. As n
lesiilt of the rejection of the pro
mised reciprocity ngiceiucnt with tho
United States, the prices of hay, grain I
mid foodstuffs generally has advanced
heie front ten to fifteen per cent
within tho past few da)s.
ICvvti before the Dual election ro
turns wero In on thu night after tho
Canadian elections, rihlcgrnms cutuo
hero to local fccd-dcnicrs from their
Coast correspondents announcing a
Jump in prices. Practically ovoiy
class of fced-Rtuff bus advnnccd, ac
cording to locnl dealers and are now
higher than they have been for u
Inquiry both nt Iho California Feed
Company und tho Union Feed Com
pany this morning established the
fact of tho ndvanrcd prices ns well ns
Iho fact that reciprocity's defeat was
he undoubted cause. The icsult Is
(Continued on Pago 3)
Investigation of the condition of
the Japanese lahoiera in Tahiti, has
been unlet ed hy the Imperial Jap
anese Ooveiiinicut. As a result. Sec
retary Nakamttia of the lcc.il J.ip.m
so Cnnsulate-Oeucral will leave for
Tahiti, la San rrnnrli.ro. In the
Lleumshlp Sierra next Wcilnehil.i)
Mr. Naknniurn will return to Ha
waii after Ids Investigation In over.
Ho said this morning there nro about
three hundred Japanese, laborers In
Tahiti, He has never been thero and
Is now trying to learn In advance nil
Iho available facts.
The big ninety thousand dollar en
gine which for thu past four mouths
has been under Installation at tin
isiwer plant of the Honolulu Itupld
Transit Company under tho sola sup
trvlslon nf Chief rcnglnccr Itohort
Mcuuugh, was "turned over" at eight
o'clock last evening In tho presence
of n largo gathering of people, among
whom woio U Tenney Peck, president
of tho company and C 0. Ilillcntyno
The big mnchlno was found to per
form its duties without any serious
hitch. Kimo weeks will ho devoted to
getting the piece of machinery in trim
for tho vast amount of work cut mil
for it. Hy Iho addition of tho cnglnu
tho transit company Is In n position
to receive fifty per cent more power
for Its lino.
Tho Installation of tho now engine
reflects a vast amount of credit upon
Chief Huglnccr Menaugli iini whoso
shoulders loll the li'Sinsllillty fin
Its successful iipeiatlon
Tlio Celtic Chief case was continu
ed lilri morning In (ho Hulled Slates
dlslriit court befoii) Judge Charles I'
demons. Tlio examination of Cap
tain Marauliiy was continued in ho
Ittoen wrangles. AHoriiey Olson ami
t ho oilier nieniliers of thu leiiriied pin-
fesslou wliu uio watching Intcients
In tho rani) very iifleu having differ'
IU HULL! IhTULI;
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Sept 29" 'in't'ho 'face of war with Italy, declared today,
the Turkish cabinet has resigned. Said Pasha, president of the senate, has been appointed
Grand Vizier, and Mahmoud Shctket will continue minister of war.
Italy has already landed forces at Tripoli and Benghazi.
(Asnocllltcil rrm CaMe.)
ROME, Italy, Sept. 29. Italy today declared war on Turkey, the declaration becom
ing effective at 2:30 o'clock.
The Turkish parliament has been called together to consider the situation.
Italy has established a blockade on the coast of Tripoli and Cyrcnaica, and is assemb
ling hastily an expeditionary force of 360,000 men. Fifty transports have been pressed
into use to rush the soldiers tc Africa.
The Europeans are deserting Tripoli. A cordon of warships is drawn around the
harbor. Business in the city is at a standstill.
Italy's demand for immediate evacuation of Tripoli and Benghazi have been refused
and war is the alternative.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 29. Washington says the United Stales has no objection
to lodge against the war.
INSANE PASSENGER ATTEMPTS
SUICIDE ON MANCHURIA
Miss i;. Sloan, a passenger In tho
Pacific Mill liner Maiichnrl.i, ono of
three sisters who nro returning to tho
mainland on leave of absence, after
several je.us upent In the Interior of
'"hin.i In set vice at a mission station,
became violently Insane a few ilan
after leaving Yokohama, and had sho
not been restrained would lmo leap
ed Into tho sea.
The actions of tho woman w,eio
such as to cause no particular notice
to bo taken of ber when sho first Join
ed the Manchuiia nt Shanghai. It
was during thu portion of tho trip in
which tho Japanese ports wero visit
ed, that Iho woman complained to Dr.
Freeman and other o dicers in the ship
of not feeling well. Sho also liifnim-
cd her companions that a recent op
oration had been performed before
leaving China in which ' n fourteen
Kiuud tumor had been removed.
It Is believed Hint tho operation
caused her mind to become unlmlanc
Mlis Sloan was then neeoided ov-
cry attention ihissIIiIo. Shortly nflor
BITULITDIC PAVEMENT WILL
llltulllhle pavement as manufactur
ed hy tho Honolulu 1 1 1 1 ill It h lo Paving
Company will ho laid on ono block of
Queen sheet between Fort niiil Ala
Despite this concern submitting the
highest hid to srform tho work, u
majority of thu load eominlttcu of tlio
boa id of BiipervlsoiH acting upon the
lecoiiimeuilallou of City and County
Hnglneer Hero liavo Hied a report
with the hoard which nulliorUcs tho
clly to culer lulu a coutiact with the
local hltullthlc company.
Work will begin at an uatly dale.
Pieshlent mid (leneral Manager Jou
Oilman was mi Inteiested sX'elatnr at
tho meeting of thu city fathers hold
at noon today when hu lauded llin
Diglneer (lorn atiiog nlhiir things
staled In Ills lotKirt thai in his op
inion iho hllullthlo was Iho b'tt pave
ment. Second thai tlio sample sub
milled by Wilson the lowest bidder.
was nut a pavement to glvu siitlnfiii!
lory wear, bin bleu I lie sieclllcatloiu
departure, from Yokohama Tor Hono
lulu tho woman's actions while on tho
deck wero Htilllcleul to cause Iho
Manchuria's officers to lie on their
guard. Sho was then watched both
day and night.
Ono afternoon when her guard had
slipped out of Ilic stateroom to 10
curo sonio incdlclno tlio rrnzed wo
man Is said to havo sprang out of
her berth mid attempted to throw
herself Into tlio sen.
Hut for tho watchfulness of a deck
offlcei, who spread tho alarm tho In
snno woman would lime succeeiled In
cnrrlng her plans Into execution. Dr.
Freeman llun took chargo of tho pi
tlent and during tho slay of tint Man
churia at Honolulu last night and this
morning tho woman was kept under
lock nnd key In her stateroom at
tended by lier sorrow stricken sls
torB, Tho Sloans nro well known mis
sionaries mid have spent their lives
In work In China and tho Far Cist
They nro returning to thu mainland
after u long absence.
ON QUEEN STREET
wero Indefinite!. Third. Tho Uml
Young Company asphalt p.iveineiil of-
feied no siieelncillons. (lore claim
ed ho was utiahlo to secure them and
stated that the so-called California
Standard left a loop h"lo which might
cause trouble afterward
Appropriate Money for Schools.
Tlio city fathers appropriated sev
oral sums for the city mid count
schools. They will pay $: n muu'h
for lenlal of a Walklkl church, tweu
ty dollars a month for rent of a Chl-
ueso hospital to house scholars at Ka-J
I'llaul school, one hundred dollirs fori
necessary icpalrs to Cooloy diapnl mil
(lllllek avenue for Kallhlw.iciinJ
tcliool, one hundred dollars for ro-)
pairs to Wnlpahii school, onu hundred j
mid liny dollars for repairs to Hw.i
school, ono bundled ilollnis for
screens mid lepulrs to Aiea scliisd
teachers cottage, aiiil two hundred and
(Continued nn Page 2)
2185 t'llltorlal rooms 225Q
liuslm-ss nflltc, Tlnne are Hie trie
iiontt iiuiiiIiiti o( tin llllllcll n.
TOMORROW A. M.
(Associated Press Cable.)
CHICAGO, III, Sept. 29. The strike
on the Harriman lines h been called
to become elfective at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning. Five union official
have been in conference here.
(Hlel.ll II II I I e till C.llile.)
DCNVCH, Colo., Sept. 29. State
rights In the grazing laws were advo
cated here today at the public lands
convention. President Tfl will ad
dress the convention next Tuesday.
HARRIMAN LINES ARE
(ARrl.-itc! Prtrni OOde.l
NEW YORK, N. Y- 8P- 29 Wil
liam Sproule has been named presi
dent as the result of a reorganization
of the Southern Pacific, and A. L.
Mohler president of the Union Pacific.
Improvements aro promised.
TAFT IN PES MOINES.
(AhMocliiteil Press Cnbl.)
DCS MOINES, la., Sept. 29. Pres
ident Toft is here today.
KAN' 1'ltAKCIrK'O. Cat.. Kept In
flects 8S analysis 17s !d , parity,
! kle l'revlou quotation, IRs
According to news (lorn tho Coast
today. Htitoiuologlst li M r.lirhoiu
ban been offered tlio J'lb of atato hoi-ti-ul
t ut 1st of California
Tho entomologist's work heio has
iittiacli'd much aiteuilon and when
lie was away on his recent v.iotlon
trip. Including a visit to California,
the (itihlcn (laic state wanted his ser
vices very much.
Mr. Khrhorti this morning declln
ed to lulu much about tho matter,
and H Is said that It was not ns u
liortlciilliiiist hut ns an entomologist
thai Ii- a wiinloii hy California.
IIohom'i he Is hack In Hawaii now,
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