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From San Fianclicel
('lil)n Muni Jiiimury 1C
For Ban Francltcol
Hlcrru Jnnunry 17
Zcnlandln Jnnunry 31
Mnriimn, January 30
Tliii it the season when it la Import
ant to establish the clotett kind of re
lationship between the merchant and
the public This can beat be don
through the EVENING BULLETIN.
Plain Straightforward Advertising Pays
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5134.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HOUSE PLEDGES AID TO HAWAII RECLAMATION
SCHOOL BOARD FINDS BO VS NEGLECTED
BOYS' SCHOOL IS
FOUND UNFIT BY
BOABD ON VISIT
.$. t .j.
! Following ii midden lalt iif
S Inspection made at the Hay' In- '
duslilul school )eBterduy by tin) !
! Commissioners of education, the
8- cniiiiuiBsluiicr.s today began n '
! more Ihoioogli iirolin of tin'
Bchool's a flairs. The lliinuces
! were under scrutiny at n meeting
IIiIh morning and will bo taken !
up uKulu this ufti'rnoon. The In-
! ijulry this illuming showed u de-
licit of $ii,C(iO pi lor In Juno 3(,
: : : : :
t)uu liundred and sixty-two boya, was hioiight to the notice, of Iho Tor
fifty of whom are between the age".-, iltorlal cDiunilsslnners of education
of bW and tvvolvo years old, crowded
Into buildings hopelessly Inadequate 'is
to rt70 and requlicntentB, bed linen I Accompanying the coinnilBsloiiors
that was In kiiiiio cases Iiiilcscilhubly nud Superlutpndent Pope on their trip
filthy, hopelessly Inadequate Riipplloi yestetday was n lepreseiitutivo of tho
of wearing apparel, sloiles of erhn- 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n, and what was dlieover
lual negligence on tlie part of iiuna'-ed tliero Is what the commissioners
ill al paieulB all tills and much mure I
DIRECTOR WALL ANNOUNCES BIG
PROGRAM FOR FLORAL PARADE
Dhector fleneral Arthur V Wall, of
ii... im t-i... .i i,.,,tn. tiuini an-
uouueed tho iirogiam for Iho two
nights and n dj of feslMlles thai
will make the parade the biggest
event of Us kind over attempted In
Honolulu.'' He announced also that
A. M. lliown, whoso abilities us mar-
shul of the day weie displayed last
j ear, will again be iiiiiih1i.iI. Ii.hIiu
consented lo sein after a coiifeieuce
Willi Dliector Wall.
The piogrnm as mi ananged Is:
I'ebruary SI. eieulng Water eauil-
al In hathor. .
February 21, evening upera "riuu.
roio" at IJ. S. Naval docks.
rehiuary T2, moiulng Mllllaty pal-
udo, paitlHpulcd In by army, navy
and mat lues.
Felniiaiy 12, morning A. A. If.
iipoits, Alexander 1 leld.
February L'2, afternoon 10PJ Floral
P.u ido and llutth
reoiiiaiy .. uiriiint;
. . .... ..!.... ( ....
February 22 eieulug Slieet Maidl
Fehinary 2i, cloning Colonial
Hall. Young Hotel.
AllhoiiBh the eienlH will all taki
CONFESSED MURDERER WILL DANG
1'iui'tlenlly on IIih eve of his execu-.
tlnii for nler. KlJIni Nakiimiiia, tliui
"bad man of Kniia!
has confessed his.
guilt lo the Itev (I Motokavva, u Jup
nuere pastor of this city.
.Sltnugcly i Hough. .Molokuwa was
one of a p. iris of Japanese pastois that
i allid on tioMinor
to plead that tlie death siiiliuce might
lie coniiniited lo life Imprisonment.
Among tlm dilegiitlon was Attorney A.
Niikaniuia Is to lie h.ing.d toiiiniiow
1 OTORE ON FIRST FLOOR
1 HALL ON 8CC0ND FLOOR
Oilicet, Single or en Suite
H. E. H n N D R I C K
Merchant and Alakea Street!
"You can Bay that I expreHsed
t luy opinion that the Btuto of
fr things existing at tho Hoys' In-
diiHtilal school ul the present
! time Ih bnd and that Immediate
iitopH will lie taken to havo tlieni
V attended to." !
Tlilu Ih tlio answer made, by !
Commissioner Stanley of tho
Hcbool lioaul when asked today
I- If, us ivported, the board had
! fnuud no fi) tilt with tlio Hoys'
! : ! : ! : : '. : ; ! '
during llielr visit In tho Hoys' Indus
tilal rcIiooI at Wululee yesterday.
(Continued on Page S)
part In leis than thirty hours, none
f the features will eonlllet with any
other The water cariiU.il will he
belli tiefolo. Iio'uiwhi iieltt anil nltir
10 ll(lluroii of "I'lnafore" and Ill-
deed will be palt of a mammoth
scheme of stage setting tint will be
wondeifully pictuienpio. Tlio military
parade will take place earlv on the,
morning of (Ichiro Washington's
hlr'lulay, and will be ended In plenty
nf time for the people of the city to
go out to Alev.inder Field for the
A. A IT. tinck meet This track meet
H the spoiling feature of the Parade
Day festliltles and will attiacl thou-
The I "lor.il Parade llBelf In the aft-
etiioou will be held e.nly enough to
allow plenty nf time for dinner The
i Japanese l.iulein puade will begin
Immediately after dinner, and In con
'Junction with this will be a stieul
Mardl (lias, when the business see
. tlou of tho city will be crowded with
The fesllillleB will end with tho
Colonial Hall lit the Young Hotel, Mr.
I Wall has a cuiiiinlttee hard at work
on this featiue, and piomlses thai thd
Floral Parade day, P.112, will wind lip'i,,.. n,ni u,l makes tlm tblid success
iib Inllllantly as It will bc'glii,
,j,)0 ,,11., rH fumiil u Well-ilellned
morning at Oaliu prlon Cloiernor
Fiear after list, iilng lo the Japanese
paslors ami llielr urguniinls, called In
Attorney (Itneral Lindsay. Lindsay A Pinto Itlciiu convicted id Iho rob
lold of tlie "bad man's" lecord, ami .Pj. of tlm (ledge home on a previous
the pus'ors nlllidivvv their piolesl I occasion Is now serving sentence on the
Later on the Itev Motokiiwu called i,(.f
lear last I'llilaylou Die pi Isom r, who has been brought1
fiom Kauai, and It was then the man
i oiifrss. d to tlm murder of iinollur
Japanese II is sold that he has Iho
blood of several other men on his
i Lurllne Brings No Mall.
Tho Mulsoii Navigation Bte.tnipr
I. inline hum San I'lanelsco an! i'iio
l. ..l.n ..I I I...I..1..I.. .... ln.l.i,.u.l ...
... ,.,. tiv ... . ...ii.',,.,,. .,,, ,, , .,,,--,i,, ,
morning Is hiliiglug no mall accord-
ing In wlieless icpnits leeched fiom
that vessel. There aio llflv-ulue pai"
sengeis 111 the vessel lu addition to
a large and general c.iigo from tho
kau bill passes house
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 15. H. R. 11C2S. the bill authorizing John T, McCronon and hit associates to carry
out the big Kau irrigation project on too Island of Hawaii, patted the Houte today. C. S. ALBERT.
The "Kim Ditch Hill," iib tlio nicus-of the Island. The ditch must have afnviir of encouraging reclamation In
lire In known, Is regarded as one r n I tit i n mil ciipiiiily of 1IMI.UOO.O0O gal-Hawall by exempting the ditch com
the mint liupottiint pieces of coiiMruc-nns of water per day. Is expected topany and Its pmpert from t:iatnii for
live leKlslatioii for Hawaii before t'on-lrrlKatii iitiproxli.ialely 1J.0CD acres "fa period of the tlrst ten )enr of Its
yress The bill authorizes the cun-laliil and wilt cielt about t.l.liMl.dOO. lift) - lir lino This dochiratloii of
structlon of a dltcli with reserMilrsinid One of the most Important fvntiiretpotic Is nindo by the fnorable com
iipi'fosoi lei. to convey water for uboutibout the pas":iRe "f t In- ineasiiie IsinltleB report that preeedeil paniUKe of
a hundred miles In the southern pirtthal the House goes on lecord ns lutlie
That the Itov. Prank V. Damon will
liu appointed Bpecl.il advisor to I)i
Sun Yet Sen, president of the He-nil
He of China, Is the teiort today In
Chinatown. This morning. Sun I'o
son of President Sun Yet Sen wa
seen by a II n 1 1 e 1 1 n repmler, ami
In answer to a dliect iiuestlon put
to lilm about the Hisslhi!ity or Ills
father nisdutlug Mr. Damon us a Be
elal advisor, said that It Is p isslhU
that such action Is roiisldeied liv hl'
father lie intimated thuTiio wis inn
In a poslllon tli speak for lilu fuller
now, but stated his belli fu that hU
The home of Noriiiiin I" (ledge on
I. Illllll street was entered between the
bonis nt eight and ten o'clock Satur
day evening, during a time the family
was absent, and Jevelr mid valuables
lo the value el' betw.ell three hundred
and tlfl and four liiindriil dollars welo
Tim ilty dete.llve and police staffs
Iihvh been Kin king mi the ease, with
Hie lesult that Chief of Detectives Al -lliur
McDutlle belleveH tli.it liu has a
good clew to tlie pilpelinlor of til"
When Mr. mid Mrs. (ledge relumed
lo their home they found si rear door
had bein opened mid the Moor of the
dwelling strewn with burnt matches.
All Investigation revealed the loss of
ankles of Jewelry, Including rings,
bracelets, plus mid neikjaces, seveial
of which wire treasured keepsakes.
Dim mutter that baffles tlie police Is
tho fact thai the lobhcr fallid to cany
uvvny seveial buiidrid dollars' worth or
silverware and plate whli.li were kept
on an open sldebo.ud and right within
reach of the lllllllder.
Mr (ledge, who Is secretary and
trenstuer of" tlie Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company, stated this morn-
rn) lllrK,u.y r his l.lllh.i street home
Ifuidpiliit on the stone, slips letulliik Into
the house The iiinik ) from a b.iru
foot and piesiiiu.ibly that of a boy or u
rather small man It Is also Intel est-
lm; to note that the robbery was coui-
.miltiil under tliii bright gl.uu of a gov-
,.rm, nt aie light stiitluiud iilmust liu-
inidlutelv in front of Iho house
Olio of tho llrBt olUclal aclB perform
.... I... ......... I t !...... I..., ...
.- ,jr ..III. 'I .1 J riM.1 .III till. .Ill ..I
his olllcps this uinnilng was lo ulll
his name to tho city and county up
nriiiuiatlou hill covering an Itemized
list of expumllluies uiuuuiillng to over
thrce-qunilcrs of a million doUam.
Tho uppiopilatlon bill which paus
SUN'S AIDE ?
father will certainly recognize Mr Da-
liion's rervlcen nB one who has done
much for htm (lining IiIh you'll here
Mr. Damon, himself busily dec fra'
Ing the hall' of the United t'hlne.
Society, was oceli shortly uflenvaids,
and asked about the rumor of hU go-
Ing to China" us a spcclul advisor to
President Sun Yet Sen. lie was net
Biirprlto when Inleirogated about the
"I don't know an thing about wh.it
the future will hi Inn," said Mr. Da
mon, "hut Dr. Sun Is certainly a won
ilerful man." Further than this hi
would not speak.
Chang Yin Tang. Chinese minister
to Washington, has quit his post sud
denly, and according to newH received
here, will piss through Honolulu soon
on his way home.
He decided to ipill after a cir and
a month of service, the reason lur,
his action being unknown He Is Ink
ing his family homo with him and
leaving Yung Kvvul, the llrst scciclary
In cliiugo uf Hie legation.
Seveial mouths ago Minister Cheng
submitted his icslguutlou to his home
(Idiernmeut, hut refrained from press
ing Its acceptance, until the present
moment In order that he might pro
vide for tho settlement of the claims
of ChlnoRO against tho Mexican (lov
eriimciit growing out of the Ton eon
Chung hud Intended to remain nt
Ills post until the uiilv.il of Alfred
Sze, who hud been named to succeed
Mm, Hut the Sze appointment was
made by the Imperialist government
whe nlliero was no thought of poTN
Ileal revolution In China, and Sic
has cabled the legation that he can
not tell when lie wir. leive China, nor
In fact that he will come to Wash
ington at all. Chang will return t
Tien Tsln and letlre fiom public life.
Kver notice what funny mimes the
people In a strange town have?
If kisses were poisonous only a
few girls would live to graduate.
If you would discover ti nian'n sore
spot, keep quiet ami let lilm talk.
The hairs of a man's head may be
numbered, but In after yea is there are
u lot of the back numbers missing
Friendly rlvuliy may bo civilized
. . .: ;
dl the hoatd with but two dissenting
votes was under much consideration
by Iho clly'B chief executive for some
The. Klgnututp of Ills Honor makes
the measure erfecllvo ut unco undbest
of all penults the payment of all lab
or claims and eulary win rants due lo
employees of the municipal govern
"I did not wish to hold up the mo
ney coming to Hip laborers," so dr
dared Iho Mayor this inoilllug In giv
ing a icasoti fur ulllxliig his name lo
the budget. "While I , 1 1 1 1 not approve
or a number of the Items, 1 thought
it best lo sign tlie measure without
- fuither delay.
M.iJ (leu farter's "war Bcnre,"
sprung on Cong! ess last week. Is not
taken at all serlousl h) Couaiil Urn
iral Uyeno. rtprcsculntlvc of the Jap
anese government here. (ten Carter
lUclured that tin re lire .t.'.OOo trained
Japanese soldiers in Hawaii, wliowoiild
light for Julian In case of war, but war
Is regardid as the remotest kind of u
loiijlugeiic) by Consul Uyeno
"l'irficl' was Consul lien, nil Mye
lin's answer this morning to n question
by n II u 1 1 e 1 1 ii reporter ns to' tin re
lations between Jnicui and the United
Stales mid their bearings on (len Cur-
tir's talk to tlie House committee on
Consul Ujeno nssiirid the Hull i'
t I ii leport.r that I lie friendly relation
b. tweeii tin. two guvernineiits now H
mi perfei t thai theie Is no mciisloii for
lilm lo make a response to (len Car
ter's stall lllellt.
Mr Uyeno emphasized the fuel tli.it
the two central governments under
stand euih olhir so thoroughly that he
cull mid uolliliig to further strengthen
the friendly relationship.
Tho consul gem rat says that accord
ing to the military laws of Japan ev
er male siibjut of the Mikado Is ex
picted lo have lullllaiy training as soon
as he becomes of age, and stated fur
ther that he, himself, under the same
rule, had had military iraltilug.
I'lirtlnr than Hint Consul General
t'jenci declined to say anything about
the remarks made by (Un Carter lie
fore the House committee
"We In Hawaii," suhl Mr. Uyeno, "are
living In peace and harmony The Jap
uiieso are will contented In their work,
and there Is nothing to say otherwise"
TO BE TURNED
Comparatively few of tint IdOO-odd
Immigrants In ought over no the Brit
ish ship Wlllesdcn will be rejected
here because of physical disability
In Bpile of exaggerated reports that
many of these Immigrants ate fated
to be deported under the Federal Im
migration Iiivvb, it is slated ut the
Federal Immigration illation that no
large number will bo turned back
from the laud of their choice. A few
have been found lacking In ceitulli
points where the U S. requirements
sue rigid, hut most of them lire heal
thy, Htiotig and Intelligent and will
make good citizens.
Just how many will he i ejected Is
not )it known, us tho examinations
have nut yet been finished. Dr. Clark,
the Territorial Commissioner nf lm
migration, said today that tliero would
be no lurgu mimtipr rejected, and this
was continued at the Federal station
SAN I'ltANCIHCO, Col , Jan 13
Huts: S8 umilysln, lis S3-Id; parity,
f. lCu. Previous quututlou, Its. 'Jd.
I I I TT I rt
IV I I I I I HI
I SjT I I I W
Ttin nullum M.'i' limit ulllt'il dill
,.,. .1.1. ' r ii.m I... '
clllc Heel early this morning and put Po.tmaiter General Hitchcock unex
out to msi iiiidi r secret orde.s Til I P,ed announcement that he it plan
her iledliial on Ih (Jiia)aiiill. and Hut "'" ,0 recommend to Congre.. tho ic
f he has been unified there lo incie is qmiltioii by the 0vernment of tele.
. Americiti pre-tlge and guard Amen- nraph line, which can be operated In
cm Inleresti durliig the present reio-!e"nection Willi the povtal lervice hat
liillou III F.ciiadnr, In Hie gel.erul rum , canted a tentation. President Taft haa
or, not delihd Iin the "hlghei -lips' rjiummoiied Hitchcock to confer with
the Heel orgJiilutlou ,,ln at once.
I It is siinnlM d lh.it a group of Ame
ricans Willi heavv Indiislrlil Interest'
In Ihe revolutionary zone. Ins becomo
alarmed for the safelv of Us il'v
deiuls and has "squealed" lo Wash
ington loud euoiigh to serine a hrtn
log and the dispatch of n warship to
the sieiie of trouble. Tills his often
happened before In connection with
Central and South Aiuerle-in iii'x-iips,
and It Is believed here that Willi Up'
dispatch of Iho Maryland the Incident
Is closed for the P.ie flu licet. None
of the officers bellovc that any of tV
other cruisers will he requite,) B
South American wate-s
Tho Maryland's departure was pre
cipitate In the extreme and her men
lid excellent work In coaling ship am!
having eierlhlng ready for fcalirc
within 21 hours
Admiral Thomas was routed out of
bed at the Moana Hotel at midnight
Saturdny, to receive the cypher ralde-
grntn that at rived from Ihe Navy De
partment. He then Issued lhe older
for the Mar land's sailing, ami Cip
tain John M. I'.lllcolt, her comin mder
was In turn routed nut of his bed n.
he Halelwa Hotel where he had gone
with a parly of friends for the vvciVt
end Captain Klllrott look the llrst
train to town Sunday morning, am',
rejoined his ship shortly after 9
o'clock Four Hiliidicil and fifty Inns
of coal was taken aboard before t
In the afternoon, ami stores were se
cured from the Biipply ship Olaefe"
This morning the Mar) land put to act
shortly after daylight, with full hunk
ers and provisioned for it long crnlse.
A dozen rumors were II) Ing round
(Continued from Page 2)
FLEET WILL GET
The four remain. ug ships of the
Pacific fleet will say an revolr to Ihe
waterfront the latter p.ut of tills wool
and go outside for some haul work
111 preparation for Spring hiltle prac
tice Work wllh tho big gnus ami tin
endless loutlne of practice and dull
Incident lo their handling will he Hie
older of the next few weeks, If Ihe
tlect remains In Hawaiian waters, and
probably mil) from Saturday lo .Mou
day of each week will tho big chub
ers be tied to tho dot ks.
Lieutenant Commander Leah), Heel
ordnance olllcer. has laid out a pro
gram of gnu pointers' practice, and
ul four shlpi will he olr the move a
good part of the time. The luirets
will be swung with the ships under
way ii lid at anchor, and the gun point -eis
given all the practice possible at
coveting distant objects It Is lniuis-
slble to do this sort of work tied up
to tho dock, whuie the most d'ulaul
object within range lu some shed
about fifty yards distant, and Aduiir.il
Thomas believes that It Is high lino
foi his command to look forward In
the big target event of the year
A uirclcPH to the naval station from
tho cruiser New Oilcans, en route
(Continued on Page 2)
P. 0. Line
WASHINGTON. D, C, Jan. 15
IS A SERVANT
(AflftortnOO rrH Pi;bl.l
NCW YOKK. N. Y Jan. 15. VioUt
Buchler, the mininj Chicago heireti
for whom a countrywide search has
been carried on, hat been found in this
city working as a servant girl.
( AnsnclntfMl Piesj. r-nlile.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Jan. 15. A. -
aeniblynian Mullally, a well-known
San Trancuco politician, waa killed in
liii own saloon lait night by bandita
who tried to hold up the place.
f Asnnclati-d rr C!.lblt
LAWRENCE, Man., Jan. IS. A
dozen people were injured today in the
union rioti. Seven companlea of In
fantry and a battery of field artillery
have been called to the scene to re
FRCSNO, Cal., Jan. 15 Olaf A.
Tveitmoe. the labor leader and Ailatto
Exclusion League officer under indict
ment in Loi Angeles for allegel com
pliclty in the union dynamiting cases,
today denied any knowledge of the mat
ter In his annual report made to the
Convention of Trades Councils, as
treasurer of the California Stato Ted
eration of Labor.
WASHINGTON, 0. O, Jan. 15. The
steamer Northwestern, with twenty
three men aboard, is battling with
heavy seas off Cape Lookout, N. C, and
in much danger of foundering.
CASE IS UP
The case of John II. Wilson against
the O.ihu Loan Fund I'ommtsslon, III
connection with Hie lontrtut for tho
tlrst fiction of llu bill road, wus con
tinued Ibis morning until i o'clock this
The niatt.r mute up before Judgo
Whitney lu the I'lreiill Court, and tlio
hearing la cxpcited lo last our n week.
The II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 has Just received a
shlriuieut of VJVi Culutidur Puds.