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From dan Franclscoi
I.iirllnr December 13
For Ban Franclscoi
llyndes December 13
Miikurn .Tiinuiiry 3
Keul nulla .t:iiiu.iry 2
towbi TaDWTwiifk urnKmr" ,
Store Publicity' Is Quick Road To Success
Plain, matter ot fuel advertising,
given good ditplay daily, builds confi
dance in atore and merchandise.
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5106.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1911. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
U. S. MAY BREAK WITH RUSSIA
DYNAMITERS HAD TO CONFESS GUILT
Dock McNAMAR A AND
tlY C. S. ALOERT.
(Kirl.il II II t I c 1 1 ll C'oirispondcnoc.)
WANIIINC.ToN. 1) l. Deo. 1 Im
Ills imiMiiil rirl rtotrrtary Mejcr,
makes IIiIm loferrino In Diydock Nn. I,
nl I'.nrl Harbor, mill comments un tlioi
imcsslty rir limiting .Irjdnoks:
The work nil Drjihuk No. I, Pearl
lliirlmr, Is progressing satisfactorily,
mill HiIh ilin-k Is expected In bo colil-i
plol.d mi tnnlmct time.
'In in ill i' Unit Un- largo ilrilock nt
Pearl I lull. or Kllillllil tin iililu til tllko
tlir- large sJdps allowed liy tlio present
I. ....,, I ..1.1,1. ... II... II fl.i.nl'
l'lllll Mil", Milllll ll ll- I till. 1111. 1 V
h.-ks, I Htintmlv recommend Hint It lift
liiimmiMl lii'a length ot 1000 fu't Tint
lutrkf if Urn P.innum I'liiml nro lit
present Iiioii ff.H In length mill no feet
In width, imil flic lVnrl lliirlmr mill
ittln-r new drydw lis shuuld bo of this
sire Tin- present length It SOU foi I,
mill Hm Increased enst iliui In tlin nddl
tl'in.il length will ho iiptunxliiiiili'ly
"Kvni Hilt n Iho docks nnvv under
iniislmollnn nro put In enuiinlsslni nil
illtliiiml dm King fiicllltloss will bo ro
ipiliod. This .nuntrj'. unlike other
iriMil power'srius priii llonllv no com
lifli'lnl ilnrkn upon which In rely; mill
If onnip.irbnii Is miid" bolwcin llio
nilllliny docks nf this iniinlry mid
those nr nthir inuntrles the cnmpnrl
tnii Is vrv imfuvnriihh'. Tim HrllMt
ilnrl.yiml tit I'nrlMiiniilh, IIiir.i con
tain" jnnro drvdneks tluui nil tho navy
yards nf the United Hliilcs. mid their
tnlnl length Is greater limn the total
Muitli nf nil tlm dr.vdooks nn tlm At
lantic I'nint. Tlm two French dock-
hiiIm nt llrcit hnil Cherbourg have
il,ikn mine In niiiDlior nnil nrenter In
nggioguto length 1 1 mi n nil Hm naval
dry. locks nn tlm Atlantic Paint. Tlm
ducking facilities nf (Icrm.iiiy iironl'ii
snpi rlnr In Ihnse possessed by this
ennntrv, iintvvitlistiiiidiiiK tin- fait that
tlm mist lllii' nf this rniintry Ik iiiiicIi
prestor In extent llinii that nf thormm-
"In nrih-r that IhN rniintry may pnq.
fos i'lrr1tintr ilncklne farlllllcH fur Its
l.ircir vcmkcIs, I rrrninnirnil n loon
fmit itnck fur tin' Allantli' nml mm fr
llii- ItirllU' CmiHt, locntlniH t(i I hi ile
1)1 iini.itlc Inilccil uto the Beeiies at
LiiH AiikcIos nrciiiiip:iiiliiR anil fnl
InwIliK Die plena nf "sulltj" inulo by
lamuH II. ami .lolm .1. McNuninru, llic
KolliiuliiK uro Ilia Ktmlcs nf till
vhiiimu r plcn Hint has iimarcil llui
riiuiitty anil dealt labor unionism I lie
tinniest Mow In Its history:
McNAMARA'S OWN STORY.
I.OS ANOKMCH, Dec. . Alllimmh
pain us a Klumt in court, J. .1. McNa
inarii. rcciclnry tiuasnrcr iif the
tftriK'tural iron Works' tinloii, who to
day pleaded Rilllty to the charKO nt
blowing up the I.leui'llyn linn Work'i,
'iad I (.'covered himself by (he time a
tcpoitcr visited tilm In Ills cell at th
(Oiinty J.ill InnlRlit.
I liac cry little. In say" Im ho-
Kan. "Nevertheless, l want to say it.
What I have done I have ilotio In llio
belief that clrdiiiistanreH Jnstlllcil me
In al my aetlntis. I believe that the
end Jjistlftes the niesns, and 1 have
none many iIiIiirk In my Ufa IJint I did
mil IioIIluc to tin iiltiretlier ilMt
Noieitliolesv, Iiiivd cone furwiird nn
HI lucliilc. I Iiiii rIipii my life In
iho wink of InlldliiK up li'ilniislm he
raiise I bclleio In It, I icnllre tint
my confession nf unlit In the matter
nl blowing up llio I.lowcllju Iron
Wmks will hurt unionism, but Iho
spirit of unionism will lemnln. I am
Basebal II JEW
Hi tin I tin 1 let lii PalilK.)
TEHERAN, Poreia, Doc. 12 It l
nnnounced that Ruttia will accept the
proffered apology, withdrawing tho de
mand that Morgan Shueter, the Amer
ican financial adviser of tho Persian
government, be dismissed. No indem
nill will bo asked. Anglo.Russian
control of future appointments is a
condition of the Russian attitude.
tAhfoclilKd rriaa Ciitilr.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 12. The Home committee on foreign af-
tnnv snffer. Tliev tell mo I sliu'l sern' (Auwicl.iti;d I'kkh Cihin.)
Ioiik jcars In ptlsnn, but I am sitU-l NEW Y.0RK- N- Y" D- Jh.,
flr.,1 tt III. tlm reHiill nf wnrk If 1,1 American League lias broken relations
.--,, v. ,.. .i ivii:i .. . -.
. ; .. V "r . . i .. '",r od',y Brd to recommend the abrogation of the treaty between tho
suit of alleged "ticket-scalping" In New ' " "
Vnrtc in eannectlon with the world's llmliH ftlaf anrt nu.la. a n r.ull nt IIim fti.r pii.iinalinn itltnwn inilnil
inctiilntiH need or dolus nway with pro-! clistmpionship series. It is announced
sent eonilllloiiH nml put tilts; l"t' Hietr from the American League that future '"' Jew ln louing passports to Americans.
brings before tho i'es nf the wniklnt;
world tlio need for reform, llio trc-
places something that would hu nf championship series are off unless it!
real bcuelit to humanity nt largo nml is accorded tho sale of tickets on Its
'lot In witiio pelted cl iss of mankind.", own grounds.
WAS HOPELESS, SAYS DARROW.
I.OS ANOKI.KS, ller. 1. In his
statement to the piess this aftcrnoiri
Clarence S. Harrow show o I hnw
tcwtcly he feols tlio burden ho u
assumed and ho did not resent tlm
Inmllpiitlnil fnlll'llneil In till, mil ulhini.'
Ilrcd at hint by the rortenpniiiletits,
ncwspapeimcti i.nd riiiieni men.
"1 liave saved a human llfo mil nf
tho wreckage of my career," ho sild.
"I do nut bellove Hint Jim McNiimua
will lie sentenced to dentil by the
court. I lnitti been c.irriiK a tcrrl
ldo IninliMi, knowing Unit tho lolls
worc-closlng tighter' anil tighter about
.1. JJ. McNamara and his brother,
tfimwlng tlinl'tlio government's eiisn
was riowIiir ftioiiRPr nml strongor
mid that ours win being propo. lioii-
Looked In Vain for Loophole.
"As tho d tys have gone by, I Ihvo
looked In vain -ror any loophole
through which Jim might escape, and
Micio hna not been one. Not a move
nit ashamed of what I have hud In do of his ftoin the moment ho left his
In' tho past 1 icgiet some of II, but.' luotlmr's t,!!!ro In Indl.inapolls b"firo
un die whole, i ttitiiK I Have been, coniiug out nero until ho was urrcstcd
tlm mNbiindlliiK nf thiols to the
New York games In the wnrld's si rles
u few weeks ngn muniiut.1 tn u n.i
tb'iial M'mid.il Th tlokits wire be
Im; hnnilleil by the New York club ut
thu National I.eaKim. nml It waschnrg
ed Unit InrKo blnoks were sold In spec
ulators, while llldlvldll.lls who sent
mniK'. mid checKs were swindled and
nnt given seats lit the sale price
Testimony was heard to the effect that the exclusion also extends to
Catholic and Protestant missionaries.
light. I lrio ruught llio with flic, if
I ban- erred, that Is my fault, lint tho
fault of llio cause I lnivo esiriusod.
"Saj to my friends tn Sin r'r.uiclsco
ti ist I rcgiet that I Irixo Imon foiccl
by tlio detectives in tho cist has been
left uncovered by the detectives lor
"Then two weeks ago I leiineil front
tlio county unicorn Iho ovldor.co lliey
to tho step I to-ill today, hut I thliik 'I rail and heroine con v lined Unit thole
for tho best Inlciosts of tie cause. I (Continued on Pago 6)
NAVAL SUPPLY SHIP RUSHED TO
HONOLULU; MAY GO TO CHINA
flushing men ami supplies to lln-
miliilu Is ii matter that has can-til
liiutb Clinton to ollliers In the I'uit ,
id Mtittis n, mil supply ship (UnchV
which vessel li to make Ihn oyai;.
Tlio uiatlor of tho granting a frail
tlilso to tho promised llllo K'cctrlo
stiect cur company nml also thu li
cense for watu- power on tho Will
lukii i Ivor Is fast coming to n head.
PLANS ARE MADE
(An.H-lild ITist Cllile.)
WA3HINQTON. D. C. Dec. 12. The
national Republican committee today
set the date for the Republican na
tional convention for Juno 18 in Chi
cago. The administration program was rat
ified. Harry Stewart New, committee
man from Indiana, was named chair
man of the committee on convention
BLANCHARD MAKES HOT REPLY
TO NORGAARD'S CRITICISMS
That the chargon uuilv against IVmmI nul person In the Territory nutlinr
t'liumilHsliiiier IMvviird II. Ill.inebliril Itrd tn take smnples fur the Federal
by Veterlnarl.iii Vlitor A NorgBiiril In authorities . nr nuncnim delegiteil
Ills iittlclal report In the Ho ml ut A?- by urn, mil iiIiii tho inl nnn who i-in
rlcnllutn mid rnrctry. at Us nircllug lake ulllebil smuplev for tho Tirrllnry.
vestorday iiflcrunnn, mo M.pV..u'stcrr ItnwWlh'lor the'so rhTinnstances nbino
hum that tin re Is very little In Im nld"'lr Norgaanl can accuse inc nf but'
In (iimieillon with them Is the state- tlhv Into hk department I do not know
mriit nf the fend i iimiulssbiner l''urtl'ir. In tho nfllel il Instrm tlons
"All I biivo tn sal." said .Mr. Willi- that I received from tho secretary nf
chiirtl this uiornliiK. "Is that .Mr. Nor- iigrleiilturo lis tn my duties, there Is
guard must huvo been l.ilmrliiK" under spirlul clause stilting that I must ex
it delusion when be wrote his report, limine the dairies fur sanitary ciiut'l
He iirtalnly cool. I not buvn hccniiw.ire lions.
of tlm facts nf tlm case or Im wniltd 'Coming down In the matter of the
nut liavn laid himself open to such report nn tho Incnl dairies recently
criticism ua ho lias, made by this department, this wits
'In the llrst place, the only 'proper' done by order nf tho president nf tlm
iliainii'l through which samples can be Hoard of llculth Or l'rutt was asked
handled by this department Is through by tlm sanitary commission, appointed
me t'uilcr spci lal appointment by tlm by mi ait nf tlm last Legislature, to
Department of Agriculture, I am tho (Continued on Page 4)
(KlHS'lll Bulletin Cable.)
EL PASO, Tex., Dec. 12. An insur
recto attack on Juarei fa imminent.
Tho border guards have been doubted.
GOVT GOES AFTER
Sl-tlul till 1 let I II Cable.)
BOSTON, Mass., Dec. 12. The gov
ernment today brought suit for the
dissolution of the United States Shoe
Machinery Company, under the Sher
man anti-trust act.
to tho Hawaiian Islands and Join tho This morning tho (Jovenior called a
cruiser Hoot now In theso vvuteri.
At tlm time of di p.irturo of tlm'l'.i-'
ellle Mull liner Km on from Han Fran
cisco much lull rest vvii'i amused by
tliti hull led orders sent out from Wash
ington oidirlug the Hinder, tho vve!l-
known supply ship, and also Iho great
confcicneo of all Iho heads of de
partnictitH tntnrestcd l Hm mailer
and lliey conferred for over twohoitrH.
DELHI, India, Dec. 12. With a pro-to-aioti
unparalleled In Its magnifi
cenco, King George and Queen Mary
wero today proclaimed the monarchs
at tho great Delhi DuVbar.
There will bo u dnliro at llio Mo.ina
hotel tonight, given lu honor of the
nlllcora and ladles on tho transput t
Logan, laical At my. Navy nml society
people ale cnrdlall) Invited.
James 1), Doln returned froni, tlm
ALBANIA IS REPORTED
(Xpw-lill 11 II I IP till Rahlr.)
LONDON, Eng., Dec. 12. A danger
ous insurrection, in which It is said
12,000 people are Involved, Is report
ed from Albania, European Turkey.
HAS TO BE DONE OVER AGAIN
Coast this morning nn Iho I'acllle Mall I flMnnM CMCCRAfSCTTCC
cup-1 l-u"u " ", ... ' flTT". .
(Siselal Hul lei In Cable.)
LONDON, Eng., Dec. 12. Twenty
ii mil (.oilier rrninetheus to proceed to liner' Korea with pews that the pine
Honolulu us soon us coal, provisions pie market Is strong nml prospects for
ant iulditiou.il men muld be placed the future of tlm Industry hern have
aboard Isulfcred nn illmlulshmrut He did nut
Orders linvu been Mashed to Mnro make n very extendi d tour on th"
Island ciillluf! for the CI, icier to takn mainland In fuel, when asked by it suffragettes have been indicted forma
lin supplies us fast as possible, and newspaper man how far oast Im hud licious damage during the November
then drop down to Its michuiitgn lu gune, hu replied, smiling, "Oakland." riots.
iiiaii-iiNvviir low and take aboard freyh, , r:
meats Ity Mm! time the nlllccrs ot
the ship said that urilris would bn ru-
celved tn sail ut nucu fur thu Hawai
While the (Under was at Mnro !'
land It took aboard !iQ sailors fiomllm
naval training station, all nf whom
will bo transferred to tho cruisers when
It reaches 1 1 fi m it ill it . This will bo thu
llrst tltnn that u supply ship has been
obliged In transport members of thn
oevv of any warship for so long u dls
tnueo, except lu actual war condition
Thuo Is (oiishlerablu discussion be
tween tlm olllcers of tho two ships re
garding their llual destination. Tlm
in ijerlly are Inclined to believe that
die l'licllle Meet, which has been or
dered to Honolulu, will bo dispatched
to Chinese waters, and Unit Is ad
vanced as the leiison for Ihn sending
of tho cnllltr and supply ship Other
Ah tho result of a tour of Inspec
tion taken jchtorday afternoon by Dr.
acorgo W. McCoy and Dr. I'M ward II.
Marshall during which tlmo lliey vis
ited practically llio whnto of Hono
lulu, a renovved campaign Is to bn sot
in motion against nios(iiltooH. Dur
ing their trip they found Unit tlio ro
cent rains had lllled
wllh water and that practically ovory
where, vvoro places that mosqiijtoes
might breed In. Itcallilng that If siicli1
a stiito nt things was allow a to go
cienso at such -i rnlo that all Iho wntk
of tho last two months would go for
nothing, they Immedlalely sat down
nttd planned nut n ciimp.ilgn.
r'clirinirj ii Is the dale of (he an
nual Klurnl I 'ara de. Ileineinher It
and begin gelling rcail) now.
Weak It Htlll l i.r
...... i .. i i t i .
The special committee In
ih.ire nf tlm excursions to
lVnrl Harbor ut a meeting this
morning declared In favor nf a
general bnlbl.i) for Honolulu
next Thursday It Is not urged
that business house bo closed
but that, us far as possible, om
pbers nlhivv their cniployeb to
puike Thursday u holiday for
tlm celcliratlon nf the opening nf
t'vvn steumirs rnrrylng businessmen
of Honolulu mid their wTves, n tlntlllu
nf smaller craft, mi excursion by train
to I'earl Harbor, mid a gincral holiday
for Honolulu nro features nf the pro
posed (rlebrnllun of the opening ot
I'earl Harbor, discussed at u meftlnB
of the special Chamber nf Commerca
cummlltco this morning. President K.
(). While nf tho Met chants' Associa
tion also attended the meeting, repre
senting Hint l dy.
The steamers t'laudlno mid Helens
nf the Inter-Island fleet wilt probably
be ilinrtrris! by Hid Chamber of Com
merce nml the .Merchants' Association.
Tlm Chamber of Cninmi rco,, hna si
roiuly virtually closed neguthitlons for
President White Is laying the mat
tir nf the chartering of the Heleno be
fore tho .Merchants' Association direc
tors this afternoon, tinder the plan,
th Chamber of Coiumerco and Its
guests will take the Plaudlne, nnd llio
.Merchants' Association nml Its guests
will be conveyed on bnuril thn Helen.'
The committee strongly favnrs and
urges that launches, sachts ami all
otlur available iraft Join In the I'earl
Harbor trip and make the formal open
ing of tlm harbor, led by thu flagship
California, n notable one. All vessels
are to be decorated
The excursions will leave from an
liiter-lslmid wharf at tho foot of Nu
iiumi street promptly ut J:30 o'clock
III thn morning
I'Yed I' Smith of the O.iliu railroad
(Continued on PQ9 2)
HANGS SELF TO TREE
Hap Tal Soon, a Korean prisoner,
who was working out at Maklkl this
morning, hung hlnisolf today shortly
after eating tho noon meal. Thu roa
up many l.olo-s vm for Ills action Is not known to the
' . ... I llllefi. nil. I Meiilltv (jMnMIT llfiun lu (itiu
Iln,.ll,lm. thai tf slirl, ' "coming u. inn siory III llio pon.o
riiuiuM, ii net-m ' iihii uni imti'iiii
"I ' "' I rmirt.lloJ nlmolun il.n f,-.tRa ,. 11. n
tho larvao vvotild soon In-1 " L" ""'""- ""-' " ""'" " "
ililt.n, llioi nt-UHIK n f;ooil ifppoi iiuill
Ills body was brought In Iho guv-
(intnent tunigiio, whore an autoiisy
will likely bo held. Deputy .Sheriff
Itosn will hold an Inquest this even
ing If he can get tlm witnesses to
rollior. Arcotiliug to what II 1 1 In in
now known, tint man sneaked off while
Iho lutia's back was turned.
R. C. L
SUGAR BOILER M EBELING SAYS
GAMALIELSON CANE WAS TRASH
IMItor 15 V nil lug Hill lot I II- I
have lead III jour papir of Tuesday,
December G, an urtlclu wiilten by .Mr.
Itay Htaiiniird linker, about tho full
uro of Individual cuuo pluuteis. 1 take
special notice of tho Individual case
of Mr. (lauiallelseii. This at tide, I
believe, Is falsely put before thn public.
I have been, until September 30 nf
wise thorn would bo nn necessity for this your, with tlio llllo Kugur Co us
.... . it i .i ...
a (oat or supply vossii in iieiouipmiy 'Hin'nic. mm .n,'in"i to. ow i,.iv
tlm cruisers The ships would bo uh! twogty-thieo yours. I seu that tho
ot piocuto coal mid supplies at Hnnu-'HIbi Kugur Co. has been malignant In
lulu. nut treating the hnmciloudcis or small
planters fairly I will state especially ami a few nf tlm Individual homestead
u tho ciisii of .Mr. CiiniMllelsen. that It crs nr planters vvlio want tn reap nnd
was lint culm Unit cunm to tlm mill; It not sow I do know for n fact Hint
vvus thrash. If lie, Mr. tiamalleUon, Jtr. J. A. Hcolt has dnno moro for tho
hud taken more euro In fertilization Individual Ida liters than many deserve.
mid cultivation of Ids cane, mid nnt This fact I know, us I have luudo
onl) sticking a pleeo of c.ino In tlin analysis nf their sugar, and also that
ground nnd lotting It grow for eight- they have hten paid thu full vulua for
eon mouths nnd bringing It to tho mill their sugar cane Thn Islands can
us sugar cmiii In maltii a fortune, nf It, well do without such men us ubovo
then I would say that this nrtlclu planters
would nut have bleu written by Mr. Kindly oblige mn by publishing
linker. 'same. Thanking jou for sumo, I am,
I know for sure that tlm llllo Hugar yours respectfully,
Co has lost morn money on Mr. t.a- WM LllllLlNti.
niullelsen's cane than thyo ever mailo Makaucll, December 8, 1911.
All aiiiioiincomunt of Interest In Iho
general public In tho effect that Miss
Kvelyn Almond Wlthrow's pictures,
which havn boon hung for some time
lu the parlors of tho Young hotel, will
bo exhibited after Thursday In thn
Kllohana Art U'ugiio rooms ut the
corner nf Hichards and llorotauln
Hovels, was tnudn yesterday by Miss
Francos Iiwiotico, piesldcnt of thu
league. Tlio rooms, she, stated, will
bo open to visitors every day except
Sunday front nine tn tvvelvo and two
to flvo, when all visitors will ho maUo
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
"The jollovv fever moBqulto has
boon hero for jnnrs, think that I
wus tho llrst to record thn presence
of t'.to stcgomvla calopits hero In tho
"Thero Is not tho slightest doubt
it It. The stegom)la scullllarls has
been Introduced since I llrst enno
'loro. It was not to bo found twenty
vonrs ago. Tlio exact duto of Its np
poaruueo could bo easily established."
Ths stutcinont irgurditiR tho mos
quito as madn h.v DHomologlst It. C.
u Perkins who in rived on Ihn Korea
'Ills nun nlng Mr. Perkins' statin as
an entomologist Is well known
throughout Hawaii and It will h5 re
membered that ho s one ot Uio men
on whom the Planters' Association
leaned most heavily In handling tho
erlouii entomological pioblems It has
had to face In tlio last tow joars. Mr,
Perkins Is un authority.
That although tho mllttury barracks
downtown nnd tho (otisequent dredg
ing of Honolulu hm bur nro somewhat
doubtful, nccordlng to tlio reported
decision nf tho arm) bond In Wash
ington, the P.ovornor does not despair
ot getting tlio big sanitation schemes
I tor Honolulu carl led thiough,