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tnrll ' December 12
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" t'htnii , December 8
Mnluir.i , ...Tiuiimry 3
Zcuhindln January 2
Plain, matter, of fuel advertising,
(liven qood display daily, build confi
dence In store, hnd merchandise.
Store Publicity Is Q&k Road To Success
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5102.
14 PAGES.-HONOLULU.TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, DEC&MBER 7, 1911. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SERGT. McMAHON SAYS CEDERLOF SHOT SELF
FORT STREET STORE IS BURGLARIZED
T ', . '
LOOT STORE ON
Humshlng III ll window oil tile Hotel
Mntt hUI i' with u liter bottle, biibl
burglars last night begun tho loot of
lluriy Oilman's curlu find Jewelry shup
nil tho corner of Hotel mid Fort streets.
They made ti haul of ubout 11400
worth of Kturf, according to repo:ts
from tlm police this nicirnliiK, KOt uwtiy
n'nl free, anil pcihups with moil' than
I In' niiioiint of loss so fur checked up.
It Is tint boldeet burglary cuso III
H'urn. 'J'ho police believe tho window
was trucked nbuut 2:30 o'clock this
illuming, but bow the burglars could
have made tlielr entrnnce nnri their
t-xll. with pcdcHtrliinx on the MrvVt ull
night mid two lights burning In tho
I'ort street window of tho shop, h
more tlinii the sleuths huu been able
hi figure out.
Chief McDutlle this morning Infl
m.'ited that tbo guilty men will be
caught beforo long, mid It la snld tbnt
mi,' man Ik either held on suspicion
now or Is under close surveillance.
Among tbc articles Molen from the
('iihuiin sic re uru Hnwnll.in ennmeled
plus, J. ides, studs mnl ninny valuable,
I'liilns. It In expected that' they will
b located by the chief. In addition to
nircMlug tlif bui'tihiiH, or those who
wile present wlien the burglury was
McCANDLESS MAN HEADS
UNION; POLITICAL MOVE
Link MrCnndleaa mid his political
followers linvo llnally succeeded In
getting (outiol of the Hill tlnloua, thu
local labor union, nciordlu,; lo reports,
mid the reports atu borne out by thu
fail that one of MiCiindless' chief
lieutenants. John 11. Wilson, has been
named gdieraf manager of the union,
lli'oil was elected, unanimously It
In raid, ul ii meeting of the union held
l.it Monday night, und tonight he will
Is' Installed In olllco with considerable
ceremony, A big luuu Is to bo held at
Any little newsle who's n smart little
Hi wale bt "tlie light lltllu newsle to
And the II ll 1 1 u 1 1 u bus any quail
Illy of them that lire right up to tho
top notch when It comes to making
the evening papers nioe.
The contest for tho Miluahlo prizes
that urn ofTered by the livening
II n I let I n to the newsies who sell
lite most puptm Is u-humuiliig right
ubiiig, und there uru only n couple of
wnks uioro und then It will he, settled
tvl.o are to get the prises.
rollowliig Is the standing of thu
hiiillng boys In tho content' us taken
fnMti thu count of ballots uiuilo lust
I'ircy Kuhn f.0,030
CAME HERE, LIGHT
"Were It lint for tho Intervention of
friends who liiol.it Into the bathroom
and tinned olt the switch, Mr, and
Mrs A. Murtln, who are wintering In
Honolulu, would have been presented
With mi elevtriu light bill of uppullllig
nlo it poll their return to their hoinu
A local nurse, whose homo Is In
Vancouver, rccohed n letter by tho
Honnlulun Tuesday In which alio wua
I old to hunt up Mr. and Mrs. Martin
mid tell them that when they left their
homo lo tako the boat fur Honolulu
wwrnl weeks ago. they neglected to
turn oft thu buUuoom light, Hho wus
Chief McDulIle now ban his bnnda
uniiHually full with other inuttciH of
Importance which require bis personal
attention. In Addition to numeious
jdiilleK, ho and Ida atafT are busy with
hoodlums und soldiers lighting on tlm
When the 11 ll 1 1 e 1 1 ll reporter vls
Ited the Tillman store thin morning;,
the window facing the Hotel street td.lo
Showed evldenco of the entrance
through which tho burglar cot Into tint
Asked how much curios and Jewelry
ho lost, tbo manager declined to mi
awcr, atntliiK that hu had turned tho
entire matter over to Chief McDutlle,
who In now working on thu case,
Hherllt Jarrelt atated this morning
that be la nnxloua to hnvo more po
licemen In tho department, but tho city
futhers, nlthnuKh requested to nppno-
lirlute more money for the police force,
hud neglected entirely to grunt tho
'wlalieH of the aherllT.
Supervisor Khen Low, present with
the sheriff und a 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 u reporter,
atated that If the Territorial nudclty
authorities would appropriate funds for
the ppllco department Instead of spend,
lug public money rur n banana cam
paign, the result -would be jnorn sat
isfactory. Notify Hull, nt which tho Hawaiian
hand will play, mid vailous municipal
dignitaries, Including Mayor I'ern,
Hhit'lIT Jurrett mid other good Demo
crats, will probably be present.
It Is Link McCamllcsH who Is put
ting up the ioIii for the pig mid other
luuu delicacies tonight, according In
members of the union, mid. Inciden
tally, the rerennl.ll Candidate Is ex
pected to grace the feast tonight und
hand out u few, political hints to tho
(Continued on Pag 4)
l.oiin ., ..i U.tSU
I'. Heiidrlcksun , 13,010
II, l'elerson s.SOO
Manuel Klik '. 7,770
rirorge Klklnahaulo 7,730
The prizes that the boys uru working
for lire listed below:
I'lve major prizes und u new suit of
chillies for evuy boy who comes near
lo tbo leaders.
1st ltonnd trip to the Volcano or
equivalent In cash,
2nd (.old watch or equivalent In
.Ird Bllver wutch or equivalent In
th 23 dry goods order.
Uth JS.I'grocery order.
admonished put to nttempt to soften
the blow, hut to lay all possible stress
upon the gravity or the situation. It
Mr. mid Mrs VMurtln appeared prop
erly Impressed mid were noted to bo
making arithmetical calculations cotn-
paring the cost of a cable tnesango us
against thu probable amount of tbo
bill for Juice, alio was to udd that thu
light waa discovered u few hours lift-'
er they left thu bouse und tbnt n generous-hearted
neighbor, not being
ceiihecled In any way with the Van
couver i:icclrlc Company, hud craw led
through u window und turned off thu
Tbnt Servant II, John A. McMabou
la not utility of the churge against 111 ill
of murdering A. N. (,'ederlof at l.elle
hua on September 2S, mid that Ceder
lof was abut during n atriiKRle la
which be was the aggressor mid In
which lie trhM to ahont McMahon. waa
the atiiteinent inado by Attorney I.or
rill Audiewa, appearing for the ile-
ffuvc, lo the Jury thla morning, when
the hcnrltie; of the cnae was continued
beforo Judge demons hi tho r'eileral
The inornluir was full of acnsatloiis.
Drat the fact wuh broiiKht out that
the ring taken from Cederlof'a llimer
could not have beerf burned In the way
It wna unleas the tlnme from the re
Volcr had fieen cloao enoiiKh to make
the marka. Then followed a denial by
Mrs. McMnhon of tbo statements m.ido
on the' witness 'stand by Mra.'Cederlof,
widow of tho dead civilian clerk. Bho
denies practically In totn all tho evi
dence Riven by Hint witness. Describ
ing the shooting, she says that Ce-
derlof walked out to the Rate very
MUlckly mid that after be Rot outside
lie culled McMnhon n name mid thin
grn blied him.' Hhe anw tile nifiistriiK-
RllnR and then. behiK frlKliteneil, alio
LORMOUNG CO. LOSES JOB
B. -. l ; ,
(Special Dp 1 1st In Cabin.)
WASHINGTON, D.,C, Deo. 7. The Navy, -Department has awarded the contractor tho
,big storehouse at Pearl Harbor to the WNConcannonCbnipany, of San Francisco:
The administration building contract will be readvertised. '
Tho Uird-YouiiK company was the only local bidder and waa believed In have, an excellent chance of
lauding this naval station Job. Tho Sun Praticlaco (Inn's hid for the storehouse was $110.1 S3, tlm appropriation
being IIOU.UOU. All of tho' administration building blda were over the appropilatlon of $50,000.
"CAMP COWLES" FOR THEMARINES
Camp Cow lea la to bo the ouiclnl
nanto of the encampment ut I 'carl
Harbor which will bj taken up by the
murine battalion of tho Pacific Meet
"Admiral Cow leu has rendered In
valuable assistance ami has extended
courtesies which hau made the en
campment at Pearl Harbor ssalble,'
Hahl Mujor Hill, fleet marine ufllcer.
this morning, "and H'h Ii ghly appro
priate that tho camp should bo nam
ed after him. Tho commandant has
offered us tho use of the station tuv
Navajo, and the civil engineers lnvo
given us every facility tn make the
camp successful. I hope and believe
t hut Camp Cnwles will be u credit to
the olllccr for whom it Is named."
Tho marine battalion will go into
camp Monday, und will remain ashore
during thu greater part of tho Heel's
tdny hore. In order to meet with Ad
miral Thomas IiIc.ih of giving every
ufllcer,, bluejacket and marine In tho
Ono death last night mid one thte
morning was tho toll taken from the
immlgianls of the stricken ship W'll-
eRdc.ii, and according to reports this
nfternoon, two moro deaths from!
small-pox tiro likely to occur.
Dr. Humus, chief quarantine nfllcer,
nt noon gave out the fuels to date us
Total number of small-pox casus, I
Total number of measles oibos 63,'
Deaths lust night und This morning
wore those of children, one being duo
to measles and ono to mal-uutrltlou.
Three more nurses liavo been call
ed fur, bringing tho total up to !).
Two moro guards employed, total
About 500 Immigrants still left on
Wlllesdcu, nil to. be taken off toduy
Tho trial of HerRennt John A.
McMahon, charged with the
ahoutlng of A. .V. Cedcrlof, civil-
Ian clerk ul Scliollehl barracks,
took u sudden and dramatic turn
i.thln nfternoon, when the dufonao
called McMuhoit, the accused
j man, lo the Htuiid and sprung
t me aeiiannonai testimony,
.through him. that federlof uccl-
dentally killed himself In the
atrtiKRlo over the resolicr.
McMahon look, the revoher to
give u demniiMlrlitlou of thu vuf-
fair to (tie Jury.
Iftlng the gun high In the air
lie said: "Uentlcincu of the Jury,
I never had my linger on that
trigger, bo help ine dud. I never
llred tltoao shots." Then ho
aiiddenlv rnlhiiiutid mi t tl.u 4,
' chnlr and Bobbed. fr
Ilia evidence throughout has
been given In n straightforward
A (.1 .ttll.il lrl lit ,.. ......,... .
. iiiuitnri M..w ii, ii iwttir VillljrillK
1- con Met ton witti it,'
fleet a ch'ince to see tho volcano, all
marines who wish to make, the trip
to Illlo will bo given leave to accom
pany their ships. Mujir Hill believes
that possibly two-thirds of his com
mand will wish to seo Kllauoa, wh i
the remaining third will elect to st'iy
in camp und save their money
Tho next few days will Isa limy
ones for the battalion commander and
Lieutenant Utloy, tho udjutunt. There
are u hundred and ouo details to ho
Utemled to so as to Insure sanita
tion and comfort for the 350 men who
will be under canvas. Shower baths.
i water system, piped from a main
Bomo 1000 feet away from tho camp
site, and many other arrangements
must he inado within the next fow
There will bo hikes and practice,
marches tn Inland points, and prob
cbly u short encampment ut I.clle
htm under tdiolter tents, for half the
enmmund at n (Into, with a march
from there lo Halelwii.
TO BLAME HERE
Another riot betweon soldiers and
civilians though put reported to the
police, broke, nut last night In a tene
ment building near Aalu I'urk, Thu
trouhlo, according to u civilian wus
started by tho soldiers, who wanted
to enter the rooms of tho Hawaiian
It was during tho evening that the
soldiers In uniforms went to tho rooms,
of the Huwallan families. Tho hus
bands told tho soldiers to get out. Tito
light followed, Tho Huwullans were
worsted, according to reports.
Gomes May Not Liva.
Mounted Policeman domes, who has
been unconscious since ho was hit
with stones and clubs In the fight lust
Tuesday night. Is not expected to live,
according to his fellow officers today,
Clonics Is ono of the beat liked men
In the pollen department, und bis
friends nre helping him, und his par
ents In every possible manner.
The 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n has just received a
shipment of 1911' Calendar I'uds.
turned and ran. As ahe got to tho
house ahe heard the shots, screamed
and run through to thy hark, wlnre
ahe tripped mid fell out of the door.
Hhe was picked up by McMahon mid
ahe naked hint If In. laid Hint Ceiler
inf. He said that he did not know
and that they had belter go ami aee.
BrtikitDown on Stand.
The fdet that Mc.Mabon was nlw.iys
In the habit of carrying a gnu mnl bud
a perfect right to do so was also
broiiKht out. During the time ahe wvs
on the stand Mrs McMahon broke
down. Kitting In the witness stand,
ahe looked a little slip of a girl, mid
the ami tinning through the window
lit up her fair hair and added to this
effect. The big teara glistened on her
cheeks. Watching bis wife from Jils
chair, McMahon ali broke down un
der the strain mid the teara rolled
down his faro Ida.
Lieutenant Holler testified that be
kiis tin expert plstnl shot, It Is Im
possible to tell what chamber Hie
hammer was on when It wua Hied. On
being shown the ring placed In evi
dence mid supposed to be nki'ii from
IVderlofa linger ufter the shooting, thu
(Continued on Pag 3)
NO CUT IS WHAT
The Henry Wuterhouso Trust
coinpuity has received from a
correspondent on the mainland
In New York u letter quoting
Chairman Underwood of the
Ways und Means Committee of
the House as suylng tltut Under-
wood hud told him personally
that there will be no reduction 4
in the tariff on sugar during tho
present session of Congress. 4
lie ulso states thut tho Auiorl-1
can lleet Sugar Company has re- 4
eclved assurances thut the sugar
tariff will not he cut.
(Special Hit lint I ll Wlrcleai.)
, IIIU), Dec. 7, Oue hundred und
llfty sailors will visit tho Volcano
euch day during the stay of tho Va
rious cruisers of the fleet at Illlo.
They go by rail to Olenwood, unto to
tho Volcano House nnd walk to tho
Noxt Saturday and Sunday the
baseball nine of the Maryland, tho
llrst licet visitor here,wlli play tho
Illlo team. The Hoard nT Trmln irlvea
u dunce Friday evening. The Colo-
'ratio Is to arrive hore December 10,
th.o Dakota December 13, tho Califor
nia December IC and the West Vlr-y
glulu December 19. "
H. E. HENDRICKl'
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streete
GIVEN ORDERS TO
SHOOT ON ATTACK
Marines um'er uriiin, wllli instruc
tions to Hhoo't 11 attacked aie p.itrol
'IngNlie n:iy ilncU wreio Ihc cruisci
Weal Vliglnla la muling.
The mil pilrnl, as thu dock guirds
fire known comes fruu Camp Wry,
mid Is posted by Major Nelllo, Ihc
commanding ullper Tuesday nlghl
lowral nnrlnea weio urni-l by town
SUGAR TRUST IS
NEW YOKK, N. Y Dec. 7. The
today announced, the mIo,oX, jla ttoek.
r-.s .- w. uHvnn, aiso ii imereu in in uaryer factory
TELLS COMMITTEE OF ALLEGED SUGAR METHODS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 7. James Bodkin, repretentlna the farm
era of Colorado, today Unified before tbo aunar investigating committee -. '
that only customer, of the Cleat Western Beet Sugar Company got the S.2!
proper teat for beets. - 1
NEW YORK, N. Y.. Dec. 7.-nefined sugar I.e. been reduced fifteen-' 'A
"' lunner, louowing tne reduction announced ye.terday.
M'NAMARAS REFUSE TO "SQUEAL"
LOS ANQELCS, Cal, Dec. 7.-Tho Federal grand jury la iiive.tigating
what is declared to be a countrywide dynamiting conspiracy,
Ortle A. McManigal, whose confessions aided in bringing the McNam
aras to Justice, went before the grand jury today and teitihcd to detail, of
the dynamiting plot. The McNamaras declare they will not te.llfy beforo the
I DURBAR IS 0NG0RGE0US DELH I
m-ecl.il II u I let In Cable.)
DELHI, India, Dec. 7. The great Delhi Durbar is on. (!, Kln ..J
Queen being received with a great procession.
m Men e
GARY DEFENDS FORMATION OF STEEL TRUST.
(Kperlal tin I let In Cibb-.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dee. 7. E. H. Cory, head of the United States
8teel Corporation, before the Senate Committee on commerce, today urged
that the permission of tho corporation commission wai ranted the steel men
In pooling their stock and forming tho so-called trust.
ALABAMANS ARE FOR UNDERWOOD FOR PRESIDENT '
.. fRpeclll Illl.llethl fable,)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 7 Tho Alabama delegation In Congress
has indorsed the .candidacy of Chairman Underwood of the ways and mean,
committee for the presidency.
BIG INCREASE ASKEDF0R COAST DEFENSES
(Slsclll Hut lot 111 7u1,Im.) ,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 7-Brlg..Gcn. Weaver, chief of the Coast
Artillery, asks Congress to authorize an Increase of 37,000 men to man tha
1 i es
TAFT HOPES TO ADJUST RUSSIAN PASSPORTS .;
.,.,, ,,,-.. 'lTlill rtulliitln Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec 7 President Taft today sent a message
to Congress on foreign relations. Ho hopes for an adjustment of American
passports with Russia.
CHINESE IMPERIALS FAIL TO GET FOREIGN LOAN
-.., ,-..,.... CAasnrlnirU I'resa Cabin.)
-. r r w NCIS.C,?' J5'- D"- 7 A"-ding to report, here, the attempt
of Genera Yuan Shih-Kai, the Chinese leader, to secure a foreign loan for
the imperial government, has failed.
IRyVN' FltANriKCO. Cul. Dec. 7. '
Hfetsi 88 analysis, 10s ad.; parity,
ntjie. Previous ipintullon, lCs 03-td.
An uiime of prepanitluu fur the
Floral I'arude nun Is norlli u pun ml
of liurr) later 011,
Inug'tH an able Issn to tho threO'
roruercd w.ir which is being waged '
i)"ici'ii Ihc local mnu'iies, the Frt
Itligir ru.ml nrllllen:neii und tho law-t
osa gangs of ilie city Thla nil war
ranted nttick led lo thu strengthening
w tno pairol and the pljclug of a
irolerllw giurd tupr c-r of tho re
gular guards ''
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American Sugar Refining Company .' 4
in the Westemtflugar Refinintr Com-i y4
l .Von Is Ihe lime ))ien prlien am
HU' rlnriil I'lirude next, Keh.
nittrj. An liuiir spent nnn und then
In planning 11 design for Hie drrnrtiN
vil unto will will Ihe (roph) later.
And many 11 man never realises tho
value of his homo until he has.occu
slou to culled thu lire Insurance.