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VVkly HiillHln. Vol. VII. No. 12S.. "T(
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H 11 M BK1HIIU Ill im H B Ml t H
Private Advices from
Q: Kalanianaole has filed
Senate Committee on
More Doubt Present
will be Corifirnfed
ROCK ON WHICH
MAY SPLIT ASUNDER
' Diif ct. information from a source
;f b!iet cd ' to be absolutely reliable
t came to Honolulu this morning . tbat
V Delegate Kalanianaole. now at Waab
LMngton, !). C.i;has begun active objec
V tion to tbe confirmation of Governor
Frear'a reappointment1, by the Senate
during the present session, and that
'.Kuhio's personal protest has already
been" filed with the Senate commute
i on territories It is. further stated
' - that the committee has given the dele
, ' gate time In which to prepare detailed
" argument and evidence; in support of
hn protest.'1; ' ' ' . '
v The statement arrived by mail thi
, morning ' fromj the ; mainland, 'Jt and
-4 ; comes in the form of a confidently
letter to a friend of the writer here
. it la cent by a man conversant witl
: . Hawaiian' affairs and politics, and hi:
v conviction--it to strong that toe.dr
Clares as. a matter of fact that Freai
will xot receive confirmation- by th
ire sent ' Senate. , - - v . 'O
Tbe active opposition of Senato
- . ,Ov -nof Oklahoma, as -well as a nuiu
bcr of r other members of Che Senate
' 'committee ; having , the .r reappointmen
: in hand, is also mentioned, .This imuc :
was made public in a cable, from th
capital some days ago, but the' wort
; ; of Khlo's rt:n3"ltf the matter come
as an entirely new.Uhougli in eonr;
fiuarers, (at least,, not. wholly, unev,
pfcteJ feature, ' v ; 'r
Tbtv nature of. the delegate' "protef
: la not mentioned Un-v the ietti
Whether It is ; based on any of UV'
. same charges which he prefem '
. against the Governor a . year a
caufing the lnvestlRation by Secreta
:: ' of the InteriorFlsber, or whether' "
is "founded on the general' politlcr
0 situation can be only a matterj .
i surmise at present. ' -v -
? V Prince Cupid has had little to ar
!- ; eii.cernmg the governorship since t' .
ecnclusion of the Fisher hearings ar
;-"V, was. extremely reticent prior to his d
'' partui-e for Washington. In fact r,
'bus not talked much tlnce his arriv-i
; lit he capItiU but his sudden depav
' ,.' ixre for the. mainland some weeks- ar
. ' lg been followed by a sort of hush
expectancy, and word of his activit
.. there has been awaited with a remar'
.:. al 'e Intense interest, , ' '". ;
. . Five.ofthe twelve members of tl- -'
r.ate committee on- territore v
' : pemocrata.Y They are Robert I Owe
. ; . ' of Oklahoma; George E. Chamberlai
of Oregon: Benjamin F, ShivelyJ of I?
r diwm Charles F. Johnson, o! Main
. and 'Gilbert M. ltehcock. of Nebra
T1k Republican . members are w'
j'.im Alde Smith, of Michigan, th
xl:airman; Knute-Nelton, of Minn
fda; Heqry ET tBarnham, of Ne
Iinrai shire. Norrla. Brown, of Nebra
V a : , -Joseph'-, L. Brlstow, of : Kansaf
f ;( crsc P. McLean,;of Connecticut ar
vlnry-'F'UppItt of Rhode Island.
V it is - thought by . some extreme)
donbtful' now If the Governor's reaj
i, ct 'nttiieni U ever reported out of cor
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" 4 ..$ . 4 4 Q
V RECOMMENDS MOTT-SMITH
, III I I H
secretary o warbiim
sona v Cbnductina?
in Congress ;ff)or
Funds ton Big Nava
re. - Wt
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I SprcM - Starfulletln Corrcjiew' '
WASHlNGlbX. D. C4 DeJ.-rTfce
better jleff nsej of Pearl HajJ or
htlBsr irred W' Secretary ou ana
le la renwnaly jconduci
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trnct iecesUrr bulldin
Kf etiihrirpos si
this mtaey II the, first
iriatiol. blUe 'passed at 't
Jn a ttromi letter tof S
fhlchr, was rderred to tlliprOpria
Jon Ccmmltt .ej Secretariis'ta .that
lf.8,5( shou I ,be allowej once for
erecting bull( ngs at Peaiaxbor for
he octnpanc of two i Artlllen'
ompailes. ; le goes' ;; r, as : to
peak iot Ithf rimperatihecessity'
or thiapprferiation iffipatelA: He
ays la nofonly essenp care for
be aitnameit placed thior the de
wise tf theiaval base.ftoj operate
t in the evtt of need. 4 -
Th sum If S158.500 hut'- of the
DUUmbunl estimated kqulred fo
net 1 dos I costinc 00. i it is
ronosed tdestablish JrHcompany
:st p f.coak artillery rort Kame-
Inladdlul Vto w'ritfthe formal
ettet Secreiry stunsf uiKrag xne
aatter un h membef the House
'ns each to Ivor the
1 I -
lt is douHur wh
here, Is Lit disnofi
icong the lemocratl
ot make ar new oi
as and urg
e efforts of
pare all ap-
Announcing that he has recom-
mended ; Ue reappointment of
Territorial Secretary E. A. Mfttt-,-8
Smith and acknowledging the
receipt ot the transcript of the
evidence talcen in the course of
his investigation ltt the islands. -
a letter from Secretary of the In-.
terior- Fisher, has ; been received 4
by , Acting Governor Mott-Smlth
, Secretary Fisher Also takes oc-
cas(6n -to ; commend Governor
V FreT . in his choice of H. K.
c lllshop as new. superintendent of
an nnbiic works "for the territory. 4
''Xi- sayfeg he ia highly gratified by
JU4. the Governor's selection.
The regiar moeti
on co ram lee wlli
MRS. CHRISTIANSEN DEAD.
Fuheral services of Mrs. ,M. Chris
tiansen, who died this morning at half
1 r.st Blr o'clock, -will be held tomorrov
rternoon at one-thirty o'clock at H
j I . WiUiam's undertaking parlors. '
., H ..--
Formal notification from the Depart
mint it the Interior that Hisokib
Kitakihas ,been recognized by th
Hta'tf - department at Washinston a
tt-,e Japanese consul general to be st
t'ondat Ifenolulit. was received b
Acting; Governor Mott-Smlth th'
f the promo
held at half
lock tfroW afternoor
In1 the, meants' elation robmE
at which tifc.plansl be presentee
for tbe bT.denins the scope o
publicity fthe Hi an Islands.
It haa bu the cm of the com
ulttee for :oe Hi ast To patten
Its methoc of ad' sing after th
tysteins n( in usi the mainlam
nd at th jheet in morrow after
joon. Rev. C. Pi, who has re
enly ret ued fri tour of tb
oast, wiljalk i seveial nev
net hods f adveiig from datt
gathered liing h ip. Secretarj
Yood haeceivedreral letters ii
he !ast rlilet askfor informatloi
oncerninlHawaiifa be will rea
1 . Iot.
hese at f meeti
vill bo lad it
nt at tt
REFUSE TO VED WI S
t .s I ' . .: : . -. . - ' - . . . . t .
4 Claimed by, the Torts and Demanded by tVe Allle, tic cl(y of AdrLinopIe, cfiltal of the ancient kingdom of
.Thrace, Js the center arouad which the storm f words In tbe peace dllcnlons In tendon Is now swirling.. The
bclty Is one of the most picturesque of all the Balkan states capitals and I commanded by Abdullah Fasha, call.
dTbe Kitchener of the Turksf A ' r:. f i'C,:p ' . V . -- - . t 'r-f.- y
v . v.-' f
V 1 tJ-''-'H'i - :
hciise If Another Could Have
Plenipotentiaries of the Sublime : Porte
Still Marking time and Pe
their; Demands that the Capital of"
Thrace be Allowed to Remaint in B
the Possession of their Master
t Associated'-rresa Cable
.BRUNSWICK,. Ga., Jan. 2. It is re
ported on reliable autnority ihat Wil
liam Rockefeller haa fled to a country
home near, here to escape the serv.
Ling of subpoenas upon him to appear
at - Washington, and ; testify . in the
money trust Inquiry. ; ? v i
HOUSE WRATHY p
SPIapathca;tfWBe the!. flk90SMMP
r New-'Chief r Clerk -of Office '? t CUi f 01?.
nntx nun a a anaaaaana
a S The . Dfilingham-Burhett Immi- 8
Tgratloh by I,, which if It, becomes 3
t la w Vill :fe a severe blow to Ha-: a
it wall's,! European Immigration, has, a
a a fa prospect of passing Conr" a
a grrasat fcis' session and prob- a
a ably ti betttr prospect at the next a
8 session, Recording to news a
a brought i from Washington- by; a
a Dr; Victor s. Clark, commission-a
a er of immigration. f ..C, a
?l ? saw Senator H. C, Lodget-a
a chairman ol the! senate commit- a
a tee on immigration, and Repre- a
a tentative Join L. Burnett ot'Ala-.-a
a bama,. chairman ... of the House a
a committee fri immigration ' and a
a naturalization, the day before t a
a left Washington, and talked about 8
a the bills r witl them," aid" Dr.:J
a Clark , today"! "Senator Lodge a
3 seemed to thick that the Burnett a
a bill, the Hou measure, which 8
8 has . passed byia large majority 8
8 would i come out of conference .8
a this session,' It will not be tak-8
aen Tip by. the coaference' commit- 8
3 tee until some t'jrae after the hoi- 8
a idays. There ar people In Wash- 8j
a ington who say that the literacy 8
t test; which wouu directly affect 8
a Hawaii, -will nt be retained. 8
a On the other hanff, in the Burnett 8
a bill there Is a. wovision exempt- 8
a ing from oixratfii of the act im- 8
1 migrants who coiie to the United 8
a States se?king to Vscape from re- 8
t llgious perscutio As the liter- 8
1 acy.test wa3 opised by New 8
a York -stat and as'i.his clause al- 8
a lows the Hebrewslto enter, for. 8!
a whom t legislation Is largely 8
a drawn, i seems frith the spe
t clal cla e include! the opposi
tion to the literacyltest will not
1 amount to much, thehiain opposi
B tion to thr test having come from
1 Xew" York, i nless Chngress gets 8
a into a .ti over gome of the 8
1 other features of th$ bill, there 8
3 is a fair i r: pect tfiat it will 8
rr ui u
; Force andv Will;. Make His; ,
; umi pmu'i ,X.,C- Brimmlng with enthusiasm, at the
'AISO Includes POIICe ahd Fire favorable outlook for the, Progressive
and' Peine JnepOrtetrTieidJng L. fC. Atkinson is back at Honolulu
to Pressure of County Com- ftt an abence ,lix m?nth8; h!
DAitt:.!... i greater portion of the time being
mittee.S politicians spent at the storm center of Bull
I Moose activity in New York city. ""
yf v (Fjecfa! ;StAi--BvUlf tin; Cabt? 1 ? -'
SvASHlNGTON, orcVJan. 2-The
UAH. 'Ski bAMASAM4tuA fe.AMA
Uvf v'' fare considering the possibility of serv
'i lng an attachments en Willianv .Rocke-
lowei house of congress finds Itself
l unprecedented, and the sergeant-aU
arm frankly , confesses that - he does
not know what to do. ' The right' of
forceful entry Into the house of the
multi-millionaire; oil king, Is in doubt
and until It Is decided one way of an
other the House off (dale do not care
to i take overt steps. '-,-ry:, f:K: '-
- If the plans -noV; practically com
pleted by the "county committee and
the majrltyof the board of supervis
ors that Is to Le after Monday next
are carried into effect,' a tremendous
ly strong Bourbon machine will be
built up zV once ia the road depart
ment, ,and laLer on in the fire depart-
''' V' Special Star.feutWin CaM-1 V" ;
'-' LONDON, Jan. 2. The plenipoten. ,
tiahea forTurkey are still Mirklnj
time In their efforts to gain. tht adv.
vantages over the allies in t-i diplo
matic conflict that has followed the
appeal to'arms in the Balkans. Thiy
still Insist ;that no matter what ctJ- jr
terms are agreed to their Imperial
master will not hear of the eenion ef
Adrlanoplei and this attitude of tw.s
Turks threatens , to disrupt what Is left
of the peace conferences.1 The Otto
man contention is that from a reli
gious and sentimental point of view
they cannot agree to the surrender of
that elty.;. ;. - . '--'. , . '
Gaily waving a kiss of greeting to j
the backgroumi o( green-cjad raoun I
taius of Oahu. while standing on the
deck bf the Pacific Mail liner Korea, j
Atkinson found ready words to ex :
press 'his unfeigned' delight at being j
Lack in Hawaii nei following .his pan-1
ticipation in the whirlwind of events, I
at the ew York Roosevelt headquar- i
plan to mm
ment and the police department, the
latter all eady pretty much in the grii f-ra jn Manhtrn Hnti
Of POMtiCS. I ! ' -
It l TruirtA that ih nraciir ' " ;
I y. Senator
en tenti will
.uest fqbaii ar
who are inter
pass, inougM. as
9 1 fAnn ,!itifcj? if
a others j-ay it wii! not pass at 8.
this session, anyway. Both the 8
Dillingham teiia'-e bili and the 8;
Burnett hr.use 1 ill, however, con- 8
tain the literacy test provision. 8
so there do s not sem much 8
chance for (lisareeraett on this S
point. , 8
in i.ni cuu v v a v. j vooui v-
which has been brought to bear orr
the new loard of supervisors by some
of Its members and the Bourbon coun
ty committee has already had its ef,
feet on some of the more li'oeral-mind-edtmejmbers.
Such men as AicClellan'
and Petrie, who have stood out all
along against the determination to
make the offices of the city and coun
ty the spoils of the election fight, and
who have objected to placing men in
office merely because their political
faith happened to be the same aa that
of a majority of the board, are being
forced backward Ly the reactionaries
of the committee and the board. (
Supervisor-elect Pacheco has assert- ,
ed several times that he believes the
test of fitness for office is efficiency
acd that Thurston should be retained
In the fire department. Accordingly.
Pacheco is numbered among those on
the board who are averte to playing
8,iolitirs with the ritv and countv Gov
as ine scheme now stands, it is
proposed to snip off the official head
of Road Supervisor Caldwell as the
first step, in his place it is likely
that .1. J. Smiddy. at present an em-
!Pioye of John Wilson, and who has
neen engaged in surveying ami roaci
It was a great! experience." de
clared Mr. Atkinson! in response to a
bombardment of queries concerning
his adventures as a live wire-with
the Roosevelt forces.
Associated Preu Cable ''S -'iV
; WASHINGTON, Jan. 2-1 1 vwaa
stated here today that President Taft
had decided to abandon hia plan to
I appoint Colonel Goethals, civil gov
ernor of the Canal zone. It is sal4
Will Warlt in Hawaii.
"- . ... . .. ! that the discovery that the Bourbons
Atklnsori returns with the emphatic i, both houses of congress have de
declaration that the Bull Moose party termned to 0 ppot0 th appoflltment
js . just beginning its activities. He J ha, been rtt;tlbi9 for Hthe PritU
brings news that Hawaii is to be in jdenr. decision. No one la named as
eluded m a nation-wide campaign oi'he pPObabUt ,ucceMOr In the Presl
e,lucation and that he and fellow- dent,g m,nd ahd lt ,$ belleved that h
Moosers will be busy during the next . fi ih. M.man.
lour years in shaping Hawaiian sen
timent to support the Rooseveltlan
slogan of "Bring the government back
to the people !"
' The question has been asked: 'Wll'
ihe Bull Moose party live?' Why. yes.
that question is foolish. The realt
query is; 'Will the Republican party'
manage to survive?' " declared At
kinson this morniAg. "The strength
of the Bull Moose party was Ehgwn iu
the recent conference In Chicago. Two''
thousand delegates overran the c(t
just as the big Progiesslve conven
tion a few months before had over
iim it. Apart from this, it was a
meeting of national committeemen. ,
managers of campaigns, governor
and candidates for governor.
but will leave It to
lilil III HI! Illfil
VRIT OF ERROR
v .-. ' ; fAsoclAted rTrts Catl
'NEW. YORK.v Jan. t--lt wai
nounced here today that the pfana fir
the Reid memorial services hive be:i
completed: 'They will . be held simul
taneously in this city and In Lcndon
tomorrow, ' The affair will be mott.
ceremonious here, ' but that . held In
London will be very t'mple at the sug
gestion of King George.
.It. was announced today that Mrs.
Reld, who is a daughter of .the late
Ogdsn Mills,; has fallen, heir to the
Milbrae heme, as her part ef the Hills
estate. .'.'- .' ' ' " --. . x: ' -.;'-. ; ' .
sThe body of the lata ami-J3ior to
Great Britain- Will reach hsre tomor
row on - board, the Oritish cruiser
Natal. The funeral will be held in the
Cathedral cf St. John the Divine, Sat
urday morning. President Taft and
Ambassador Bryee will attend.
Ml W ,
lor a long time, will he in-
(Continued on Psae 4)
uiiiirn r Tin ii
rSpeclal Star-nullMin C;b1e
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 2.
"Although the Cull Moose organira-1 Judge Grant today granted ex-Secre-iion
in this campaign was splendid. It ' tary Hockin, of the International
was so because of the tremendous na Bridge and Structural Iron Workers
lional st ntiment. for we did not have Association, a writ of error. Hockin
time to work up any systematized i ' now serving his sentence at the
With I lawyeleRentito defend
tim Notao B. li thfe morning
ntered I plea dillty la Federal
ourt tofthe cful of j smuggling
ipium, preien agaus mm in
he iictmei.tRurae several
aonthsha by ttfdertl grand. jury
He' 'made no! re
ressei no desire
en anJuienry or shown
! Russian immigrants and ettlers car:
I le landed at Honotulu at i trifle un
ic! seventy dollar, a heal, says Dr.
j V'ictor, S. Clark, territoria. commis
jt'oner of immigration. vh returned
j to this city this morning arf a passen
ger in the Pacific Mail liner Korea.
' lollowing an absence from the terri
j tory covering a period of ninij months.
I "I was at the storm centtr of the
Balkan disturbance, and lad just
;taehed Roumania when th actual
1 trouble broke forth, as a flam spread-
BILL FAILS TO
Jcamjiaign. But beginning right now.
1 the Progressive party is being organ
ized from the ground up. Every pre
; ciuct in the L'nited States will le
coverec. e will carry on a great
campaign of education in Progressive
aims and Progressive issues. George
j W. Perkins will remain as the geu
leral In ..this organization campaign--
the best in the business! We had
four and a half million voters in the
recent election and a few more votes
I will swing the election of 11)16.
V D O o iu DCOT Plan for Getting Funds.
By C. S. ALBERT j "Our plan of campaign is to raise
Sr-ei;il .tnr-Pultin C.irr. !.p.in.loniv J , monev from the people, not from the
WASHINGTON. D. ('. Dec. 19. 'bosses and the little group of finan-
Ufawail is not exempted from the pro-iciers. We will follow something of
visions of the immigration biil passed (the plan of the social Democrats in
in the House. No stipulation, as j Germany o& selling our literature all
usual, js .maue mat iik- educational ov,r the country. By raising fund
nirn irvr n itiriii
tAttlf -HAWA II
t (Continued on
(Continued on Page 4
I Federal prison in Leavenworth, -Kan.,
I and hit lawyers state that he may de
'cide not to appeal his case, but serve
out his term.
; NEGROES HISS JOHNSON
AND HIS WHITE WIFE
TSpcial SMr-Bull-tin Corrf3por'1ncl
; CHICAGO, III., Jan. 2. Jack John
son and his white wife, who was Lu
cille Cameron, were forced to leave
the ball given by the negro regiment
of the Illinois national guard here
last night. When the prize fighter, I
accompanied by the girl appeared at
I the entrance some one in the crowd
started hissing and in an instant the
big armory was in confusion. The
special officers compelled Johnson to
-ve. He made no comment on the
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' ISpeclal Star-Bulletln rjabte) -'-'.
WASHINGTON, i Jan. : -Senator
Bailey of Texas, 'delivered his ."swan
song" in the senate witn the re-open
ing of the short session here today.
He made a bitter attack oii "the direct
election plana of the , progressives, .
which he declared are undemocratic
There was a great crowd present to :
hear him His resignation wilf go' in-'
to effect either Saturday er Monday.
4- - ' :
: JAILED IFOR QUOTIfiGT
TEDDY OW THE COURT
f Associated PnMis C&XtX a
BOISE, Idaho, Jan. S. Sherl-:
dan and C O. Broxon, publisher and
managing editor of the Boise Capitak
News, were today, sentenced to ten
days in jail and each fined $500. Th
sentence is the result of the publica
tion by their paper of an artfclo which
quoted from Roosevelfa. stinging
characterization of the supreme court
of Idaho, following the court decis
ion denying the right of ' Roosevelt
electors on the ballot. The publication
of this article, it was held by the
court, constituted contempt of court..
The case has aroused nation-wide at
tention and the Progressive party sent -attorneys
out to Boise to defend the
RECOVERED, IS REPORT
- - .
f Arcia.td Pre CabloJ -GENEVA,
Switzerland, J'anv"- Thej-s;-'
young Czarevitch of Russia' ha: fully i '
recoveredfrom his recsnt'mysterfou: V
illness, according to reports loday f of
lowing the newr that a Swiss.-tutdr?
r.as.been"e'mpIoyetf;for .him.v -. .
l;'' . it .