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: 12 PAOES-nONOLULU,TKnRITOnYvOF HAV,iU WEDNESDAY, XOVi 13, 1912.12 rAGHS.
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CUPID TO DZFEH HIS '
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: l . :r.e extrer.ely in
v l e v erhed cut
' . ::h will un.'cuhtcdty
:t cn the v -'3 theory
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; I '".to:..: cf the
: Ir :try, end the
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:h machine ua cera
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5 mornings that, 'contrary - to re- 55
55 ports that he bad intended sail- 55
55 zg on the CLerra for the coast 55
55 Saturday, te had decided to re-55
55 tr.ain at hcnie for at least two. or. 55
55 three weets nd would cot Jeave 55
K Hcsr.'ula until just ja tizir to 55
55 reac'a -Washlnstca Dec. 9. The 55
55 delegate declined to dlscu3 his 55
55 plans for the covins sesslca cf 55
55 Cc nrers teyend eayin that he 55
55 cxrects to t3 very busy. : 55
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, JuTt a v :cl: after' the c!?ct!en",' end
t:f..r? the J3c:;l D;r.'..:cracy hr.i wound
r- V e f:- t;r::3 cf ths recent
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c! cur amy. br.3 Much an crr-anlza-t::::
loen frrnc!, rnd cd etartlins ia
t;r ::. z were the rc:u!t3'thnt Itwas
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t th ; .03 -best suited to the line
cf L.vc.t:-tiex At CchofUId ; Bar
rachs are three- erranizatiens 'wrlth
r .nchine " un iiutccno. and it i3. there
fore r;-:ihl3 to con-.h!h3 them at a
rr.i.-.i.-.un cf exren::. There U plenty
:f CDvcrnr-ont rnruud available for
the r neuvers, which I3 an imrortant
con: ideratica ? sc-c!ns that a deadly
hall cf lead Mill actually be thrown
Jur;n the process cf 4he problems.
Therefore cut of the entire army, the
Oahu crc-nioatlons have been picked
to wcrk cut the new Ideas of machine
cua effectiveness. ;....';.
n.-:t Lieutenant Franklin J. 'Jar.k
sen, Ceooud" Lnfantn', I3 president cf
a tccrd cf three clT.cers now encased
in piannins the prchloms, and be wiU
be in direct charge cf their execution.
The other members cf. the board are
Lieutenant Grcniner and Lieutenant
Kay, who commanded . the" - machine
run platoons of the Fifth Cavalry and
First Infantry respectively. The sel
ection of so younj an officer to direct
this important woTk is due to the fact
that Lieutenant Jackson is a machine
gua expert, and that there are' few
officers' cf any army -more thoroughly
familiar with the theory and practice
of machine gun fire, j ; ' . , ;V , "
' The idea of a war strength machine
gun company t Is comparatively ; new,
and the" only one that has been organ
ized before was -commanded , by Cap-
' tain John Henry Parker, Infantry, at
ice fccaooi or ' usiceuy ai! monierey
a little over a, year ago. "Machine
Gun Parker,' ts he is known throngh-
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rtcr Livir.j been fere
Li the bet sun frcn Quer--rf
to the t:t!;n. Her
: 'e i ;rcnel cc:::;-;-int to
i th:m v,; z un:etii:e.
The : tetcr.:;-t WC3 given
the Ct: . . .::;t;n tcdey: :
Cdiicr i:;.:elula Ctar-Eulktia, 4 t-
hir: .'.j ar.cn z the first c!as3 pas
t cr.firs - ho v.cro d;tnln:i ct the
c.u:.rnnt: - ttnticn. at Iler.eluli:, my
, and ro :;!f v ic'a
alrciJy t ecu said
to endcr. j v. hat ha3
in . your ceiumns over the , s! eeture
cf cv.r fe'.io'.v pasoonccrs and also
rdd cur i :rconal pretest. : ,::',
Ch : ;ent events prove that the
detention for longer than 4S hours
was tzi injustice for which both the
chippies ccrepany and 'the . quarantine
officials were responsible. . . -
Let tr.e make myself quite plain In
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That, partisan politics should.be eli
minated from city and county affairs,
and that' the incumbents of ,njunf; i
pal offices should - be selected oil in
dividual merit' rather tnan tbecause
of . their party af fillatfon. Is., the opin
ion to which Governor, Frear has , given-
voice, v v v'; '-- ' :''-:y-,'i'-: "':r::ye
' He is making a study of the dlroU
primary system, andv while be ha3 r..t
delved sufficiently into the subject to
says It Is. likely that In: his messdgo
to -the legislature next February he
will yurge; the establlshmenth f the
new feature. . Whether. ItVwill be ad
visable as : a system for the : entire
Territory, he does not attempt to say,
but, he is Inclined to think it' should
be given -i. trial, sy applying' the pri
mary to the city; and county of Hono
lulu as an experimeht, and if it pro
ves satisfactory here, be taken: up -at
some later time by the Territory; y r
- It is probable that in his. message
the Executive will-, advise the adop
tion "of . such laws as will "bring the
direct ' primary to Honolulu at the
same time that the commission form
of municipal government, which he
will recommendi wpuld go. Into effect.
Included In this subject, he says he
likely! will advise a change In thtf fis
cal year of Ihe city, and county, which
at present corresponds with the cal
endar year but conflicts with the .Ter
ritory's : calendar year, which begins
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With all the8e .changes, : he has In
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o:ero, cf cur,: hy: 'eil
Leererert for wieiei. v.e
l:u r. price- la ccl.irs ana c. to.
If I tic..!! i;y juet what I r.:-u
cf Dr. 'Trotter's statement that 0
couil re ca with the Lolt I she ' I
ceil.it CTatuitou3 Ir.rertlnonoo rr.
an r ffieial to a ciioen.' We tee...
tor Iloneluia and t. ;e..rd. juotioe 'at
the ha.-.J3 cf her ciU:on3 and ctficiaii
wha rcyrcoon.t her.". !. . '
la mentioning 'the tinltary . cendi
tion cf the station,' there are cue cr
two points net tcuchci upon, viz: the
aheence of any eort.cf dh;infeotant la
toi!et3 cr rooms, and the inucct re
fuos which lay In little wlnrows upca
the fleers cf the roc 003 and upoa the
window, sir.3. . ;;. : .' . v.:, :
As to the food . and service I caa
correhorate fully all that ha3 hereto
fore appeared and give detail if nec-
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. in Eummlnx upt we do net- expect
redress for turselves but meet heart
ily hope to make It.impoaeihla ferya
lihe condition : to occur aaia, both
for the sake of -those w ho may be in
the sane strait? and for the fame cf
llenclulu;; but whether .we have re -
urcu3 or net, we sha-;-enrryvthe .inab'
ver 10 me ninesv auiccnues.
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mindy. the .simplifying. 6f the' ' city's
government, fixing power and respon
sibility more definitely, abolishins un
necessary' .offices and creating mcie
uniformity and co-ordination betwetn
the, city and- Territorial governments.
As yet he hasybeen unable to give
much time' to the' study of the con
mission form, moct of the time he has
had for .considering legislative mat
ters being given to ' review of data
collected on the mainland concerning
the " public utilities commission and
the working men's compensation laws
on both of which, as previously stated,
he Will make" recommendations to the
legislature. : ',''-",:' ;'.i..';-t;;r.v.i.v'.'.'y w
- Discussing thel direct .: primary ? to
day, .the Governor 6aid he has copies
of most of the statutes providing this
feature In. the various states and coun
ties. So faV virtually air have proved
satisfactory, : though lie ' ' particularly
admires the one in vogue at Berkeley,
California. He believes the California
preferential v primary ': is quite y good
despite the fact that its strict enforce
ment by the courts in theNheat of the
recent campaign proved the rock up
on which i the Callforxiia Taft party's
hopes were - shattered,.,; ;-y' v...-',' - :
a So far y most of. Governor? Frear's
work on legislative nature; and he .will
of a preliminary nathre,' and he win
not settle down to thd actual writing
of .his message until late In January
or early In February. The .'legislature
convenes the third Wednesday In Feb-
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cirevreetane:- tehee up tarn! r :
until a year from thi3 E:'e: ' :r.
wcula ia ths meantime car:: ' ;
for with all theee involve 1. : : '
ccunocl rc-ardir-j ths leet rian '
juotln-tariff scheluIo3 so ai t :
tain cx!:tlnj - prcoperity. Ti : : :
haeeded c v. t a3 a . nycu ti .n. . a j . .
mcnt". and v.-u3 psrfectly sati.r... :.-y
to Ci- rueinoos. ; i.
The day cf Juhiiatlon bed bareh
eaded whea Governor'-Wiieen, fa. :
bl3 bo3 Ja C engirt, c-ve cat a r to-raont-nullifying
the. premie 3 r. - ' hy
his. pclitical managers. Mhl3- c: ;:
cessity created mucda huhhub an 1 con
sequent unpleasantness' y and un : ei-
nes3 cn the very -eve of the Presiden
tial election. . . . . .
The Dull Jdooss people made a , eat
:deai of the allesed. fact that Ccn :: 3
wm : be controlled by the- Tory 'cle
caent in the event of .Governor V.'il-
son's election. They spread it bread-
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" The insidious . hookworm has : no
place in the contented resident of Ha
waii 'nef, according to the determina
tion reached at .Washington.-X Dr.
Trotter, In charge : of the ' United
States Public Health and Marine Hos
pital Service-, has been ' instructed
through cable Jy the authorities', ; at
the head of his department at the 'seat
of governmentto take steps - toward
carrying forward a horough examina
tion of all alien Immigrants arriving
at Honolulu. ; . ' v 'y ' :v i
, Hookworm is a parasite that la: to
be sought by the local federal officers
in their quest following the mandate
from '. Washington,Sy.y
The examination will, however, hot
apply to Filipinos now entering the
territory ; in large numbers,, owing to
the stand taken that these people are
y ? Filipinos are . and have been under
Inspection ." for some': months by? local
medical officers, who are engaged in
this work, under' the auspices of ihe
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association.
Those races most Vitally affected i by
the' order will include Chinese, Jap
anese, Koreans and; Orientals ingen
eral. ' " ft. 1 vy -" "y-v-1
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Caved ty h!3 thre3 r .i. .
tloa from a tiinda;: ti :.t : ; r.
Iri ineidiou iy u;ea hh i : : I
which be would have ca::.. ! f.r
least two ycar3 r.ni co: . : iy ia: -
William J: Ttohiaeoa arrived ia Ilc::e
lulu ca th3' trarsrort C. :me n, r:.i
today dioclooed to hi3 aetonieh: !
friend3 the narrow escape the vaca
tion bad ivea him.
For several months before he left
the bench last summer the juri t hailh :i
been trcaihled by bij din eye:' ht. II 3
was inclined to attribute. th3 fauit te
weakening eye3 and too much r.! ht
reading. ...Dut .whoa he reached- L .a
Francl3co, on the first la? cf a vaca
tica trip that was. to taiee.hfm cn a
long hunt through the Eechy ffoun
tains and up into Yellowstone rarh,
be decided to bavs his eye3 examine J
by an. oculist.' , - V
The specialist informed bin 1 y that
cataracts were slowly forming ever
both eyes; and that in a few months
more they would be so far advanced
that nothing could be done for two
years, or until they had fully devel
oped and could , be cut- out. Daring
this Interval ' he -would become com
pletely blind. Y-i -,'-." '
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SECLUDE SELF IN CAVE
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f . Bertram " von. D'amm, chairman
4- of; the " Republican county com- -f
4- mlttee, emerged from Tetirement 4
4 : yesterday for the first time since -f
4j the evening of November 5, but
4: political gossip - holds : no attrac-r 4
tions for him- since that' fateful
4 night. "" He left this morning on, -f
4 the Hauna. Kea ..for a vacation
4 unUI th end of " the week. He 4
4- wa3 asked if he. were goings to f
t-'HikjyV v'itirti; .H'v'4
4 i I'm going to hire a . cave - on 4
4 Haleakala and try ' being a her- 4
4 mit for awhile, he replied. , V 4
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That a public utiii'.'
vice commisiica 1:1 i:
on the rocks ar.j co here
unless it 13 a ce
with such ample 10 . . t
bs analogous to the r r.
merce Commission ia i s r n
and that the cemm' ! e'
menVwho will give t! r : at:
to . the .work 13 th 3 c : a ' a c
Gait of the Hawaiian Trv t C
who'. has devoted some stuly
question now before the.' 1 "
i-ln the; Jcilowir : r-ry
Newf, York com .i a 3 .r. :
powers, -JIr Gait ;
some of the thin ; U-t liaa. : '.! :
reckon .with, la-naming a puliie .
vice commission: ,
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