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The results occruino from the ex
penditure of money for advertising will
steadily increase as advertisers learn
where this money can be most profit
ably invested. Might try the DULLE
Is the Slogan for Growth and Industry
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5166.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21,1912.-12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
(AnHoHutetl PrrMS Cil.li)
COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 21. Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt In a significant
speech today before the Ohio State '
constitutional convention, made a dec
Uration of what may be considered
possible campaign principles.
He advocated the direct primary for
the election of U. S. Senators, the short
ballot, tho Initiative and referendum,
the recall of judges in extreme cases.
He declared for the protection of good
corporations and the punishment of
FIRE J TEXAS
fAHAncUteil Press OiTila.l
HOUSTON, Tex- Feb. 21. Fire to.
day wiped out twenty-live blocks part
ly In the business district. Scores of
cottages and manufactories were de
stroyed, and 45,000 bates of cotton were
burned. The loss Is estimated as at
CAnanrlatPA rra r?uM!
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 21.
Spokane shippers have petitioned the
Interstate Commerce Commission for
the refund of $2,000,000 due for exces
sive railroad charges held illegal by
HOUSE HAS PASSED
CHEMICAL REVISION BILL
f AnnorlfltPri Press Orttiift.l
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 21. The
House today passed the bill revising
the tariff on chemicals.
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FLORAL PARADE NOTICE.
All nutUR hnldltiR tlcketn of admis
sion tci Alexander Field to viow the.
JucIkIiik of entries nml nwnrdliiR f
prUt'H tomorrow nftor.ioon will enter
Alexander Field liy tho Mnnoa Kato
npiioslto Swiuizy h.
All otlior niitoH enter rimnlioii Col
lege Rrounila by Wilder uvctino nml
I'linalioii gulo. Admission to Alexan
der Field In free, oxcept for automo
biles. Persons who, wish to rome In
iiinelilneK may park their earn In tlm
Puliation Kroumlu, ami enter Alexan
der Field on foot, where, Beats aro
AHTIIIIll V. WALL,
nltertor-lioneral 1912 Floral
FLORAL PARADE NOTICE.
All those entitled tn view thi parade
from the Hxeeutlve bulldlm;, Oipllul
grounds, will kindly elder mound by
Ilutel street eiitranee.
A. M HltOWN,
Mnrshul, 1912 Floral Parade
Do ton mint In reach cui.nlr) pen.
pie Use flie W v k I j II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
H. . HENDR'ICK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Alakea Streets
Fire Escapes and Ornamental Iron
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MILITARY PAGEANT WILL
BE SPLENDID SPECTACLE
Thoro hna been a laHl-iiilnnle eliniun
in Hie order of II"- service parade to
morrow morula:;. Hie two separate
soclintiR lor llic Annj nml the Navy
have been done away wlih, and the
seaman hrii;nt?u will now follow after
the K'Ktilar tni)jw, the National (luaid
and Kameliameha Cadetii hrhiKiii); up
the rear of the column.
Following Is the 11 ii :il order of
llilliadler Ceneral M. M. Macomb
Col. V. U. Wilder commanilliiR
Flist Field Artillery
Col. I). J. ItmhhmiRli commaiiillnK
Second Infill. hy
Col. .las. S. Honors coinmandini;
Coast Arllller.v llattallon
Mm j. M. .1. Tiniheilake cominamlliiR
Co. C, L'nd'llaltullon ICiiKlneem
Capl. I'ntnani cn.uiunudli.i;
Itnlleil Slates Navv
lltlKado Commit. der and Sinn"
Cap). W. A. (Illl eominandliii;
I.iihIkii ('. C. HaiiKhman, Adjutant
Mldsli. -II. Horry, Alde-ile-(!ami
l'aymr. (!. I'. Oyer, Ci minlKs.iiy
Dr. llaker. Snwon
1. MilKado Comm.indor and Siaff
2, Coloiado Hand
:i. Marine llattallon
MnJ. Hill, I!. S. M. :., eommund
Iiik. Machine (Iiiiih.
I. California llittallon of Seamen Inf
l.t. Steele, II. S. N'., coinmamllne,
.". I'liKt Division Hand.
National KiihIkii and Inf. Flat:.
T. Kontli Dakota Hat!, of Seamen Inf
l.t. Ilnniilivih, U.H..V, eomimiml
IliK. Machine (iims.
S. Colorado Unit, of Seamen Infantry.
l.t. V. Ileilhoir. W.S.N., eom-
Firs I ItcKlmcnt Nallonil (Inard of
Kamchamclia Cadet Hattahon
MILITARY PARADE WILL
MARK NEW ERA IN HAWAII
When I'ncle Sam. as repreM'nlcil
FOR HAWAII'S SEVENTH
fur Wilir Jtoniity.hiifc liV -
by the aimy of Uahn anil tho Culled
Slates I'aclllc rieet, piys tlilmte to lie.!
memory of (!eor;o 'nRliliiKt"ii tnmor
low mornliiK. the parade will lie moio
llian a mere movement of ninichlii:;
men. II will be aNo nn ocular demon
. ration or Hie trend or Ihe limes In
llnwall; an Indication of the military
ami naval Impoi lance of llalni as liu
KtialeKlc key to the I'.iollli'. The new.autos.
eia lia commenced. In a year there
will bo live times as many soldiers
here as will lie seen on llic sheets to-
morrow, llul thoso thai am hero are
the pioiiei'I'H who have paed llio way
for Ihe coming of Ihe ichI. liven 111;
such ii peaceful cnimimll as Hawaii! der ond Beretania avenues. i
H.o.0 are many pioh.ems for soldiers j.pan.10 Li)nlem Parade 8l.Pll!
to woik out by actual experience, and Us o01. nfler 7 o'clock n. n,. n. all f.a-
now that It Is II... a .need ,llcy
' l"'"-''l nl:",'!, "' Proieci nam.
won a muni oi coasi cteieures ami a King, on King to Capitol grounds, out
hliuiiR liiohlle niiiiy, and In raise Ihojto Beretania, along Beretania to Ala'.
lepattmenl to Ihe in.iKiitance of n ill-ll.ea, down Alakea to naval wharves,
vision, the parade becomes In u way where U. S. cruisers will be cheered,
a celebration of work already accom- Colonial Ball Starts at 9 o'clock, Al
(Continued on Pag. 4) exander Young Hotel.
HE PLANS TO KEEP STREETS CLEAR
HhcrllT Jarrett lhl- mnrnliii; Kaveout
liiMruclliins to the e:idaliii of dilfer
enl wiitehes to ke. p their men on duty
diilllii: the paraile tiiiiniriow.
Aeeiirdlin; tu lil. plaiiH, no aiiliimu
hlle. haelv.i or ntlier vehhles will lie
iil.nw cil to stand III l'alace S'tuare.
ne, ir the opera HiMise, on Itleli.irds,
Alakea. Mux ami Militant hIiit In
MORE BATTLESHIPS ARE
WANTED BY CONGRESSMAN
(Special lllllli till I'.lble.)
WAGHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 21
CungrcSEmnn f-oss of Illinois, of tho
naval affairs committee, today intro
duced n bill in Connrote for two first
elate bittleships, each to cost $6,000,
000, with an immediato appropriation
TO PROBE CANAL STORY
(Hiieel.il llu I let In Cahle.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Teh. 21.
Senator Hitchcock of Nebraska today
Introduced a resolution for an inves.
ligation by the United Slates of Co
lombia's claim that the Panama CanAl
was "stolen" by the floosevolt administration.
ON HARMONY PROGRAM
II II 1 1 (II II
Sin iY I'lmlngrnphiT.
(FLOHAL PARADE DAY FEATURE3.
Military Pnrode Starts aboUt'9130
a. m. from King and Richards streets.
Is timed to pass Thomns Square re
viewing stand at 10 o'clock. Route
On King from Richards to Victoria, up
Victoria to Qeretania, on Deretania to
Floral Parade Starts at 2 p. m. from
Capitol grounds. Route From Capitol
grounds to King strrot, along King to
Alakea, up Al.iWoa to Hotel, on Hotel
to Oishop, down Dishop to King, along
King to Nuuanu, up Nuuami to Dero.
tania, out Deretania to Thomas Square.
Parado disperses temporarily, and
floats, etc., reassemble at Al-
;oxatulcr Field for judging and award,:
of priies. u
Battle of Flowers Takes place im-p
mediately after judging nnd award of'
prizes, can coming from
Field to Punahou street between
,. can assemble. Route- Along
Beretania to Fort street, down Fort to
this mil thoie streets will lie In full
llul i.r II Illtla. which will as.j
.Ht'inlde there heftire the parcde start
Ihe lull t oii.iiI int nf tin. Ilniiolulii
police linee Is .'I foot police. I! III. mill.
ed. tun hack insiiectors, two inolor-
CMle ollleili ami II siecials Tiny
n(ll lu In tliuinf tr
thlffh, Ulin liiiVf Im-
'liir nut tilt' nl'iltfH
ii liistrnctfil In
nf tllr tl.li.
BIG STORM IN TEXAS
iHl-ilil llul let In Cable.)
DALLAS, Tex., Feb. 21 Thousands
of dollars' worth of property has been
destroyed in storms here. San Anto- '
nio, El P.uo and Mexico cities report
dnmaijo also, while great loss is re
ported from Kio Crande and Meridian.
i ANARCHY IN MEXICO
(H.svl.ll llul let III l-allle.)
! MEXICO CITY, Mox., Feb. 21. The
situation is serious. Anarchy is spread
ing in the south.
SAN FUANi'lHi'n, Oil. Feb " 21
Ite.ts, vs I) ss. His: pailty, r, I3e
I'leOnii' i. mi. alien. His. 1 I-1NI.
See "IYIiiioih .lack." the Pilot Fish,!
on duty. Ihe chancn of a llfutlnie.
Opera Home Feb. L'tilli-UTIIi.
ANNUAL FLORAL PARADE
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ENTRIES STILL COME IN
FOR PARADE TOMORROW
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Chairman A K. ().awa of the
Japanese lantern parade com
mittee, aiinminceil this afternoon
thai In case of rain late tomor
row afternoon the lantern pa-
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All Is leady for Hawaii's seventh an
nual Floral l'arade loiuorron, and nil
the last day entries an- still conilmj
In, tluniKli the IklH remain siilislnn
dally as printed yesterday. K.lll.
there are iithirs who may conic In in
lale as liiiniii'iow iiiiirnlni;
The iiannle chiefs are huh huiy Iry-
liii; In clear away tin my iletallsiMnrsh.il
tlt.it iihwi.iK come ni at the last uio
iiicnt I'mm all prospects It looks like
Hawaii will have the best parade In
her history of sewn
I I II
j ft fl II
ill ill Ul
Tin" .Mines inimidttei of the Hawai
ian Athletic Asms i limn, Ihal has hi
chariie the iii.iiur.enu nl- for Ihe A A
I' iiauies tomorrow, held a liual ineel
Init al the ,M C A at mmn tnday
i:illliinelll was looked over, tile list
of olllelals iheiked, nnd eerthlu
fuiiud In readiness fur Hie meet at
AlcMiuilcr Fh Id,
lliiiriio H Tllllle, presldenl of tln
,ssoel.itiin. I inuih
I pleased with h
I "1 bcllee Hie ineellllK Will lie a sue.
jeess," he said "Wo hae a Kooil ell
Itiy IM and some records shnalil K" "
j Dr lliiud, who will olhcl.ite a stint
'it, says that lie's koIiiu to lire the i;uu
for the llrsl event pioniitly at H
o'clock Athletes who ale not on llielr
marks at that time will be left out.
"If there Isn't nunne time to run
why there simply won't be an) rcc
iii. Is for that event this jear." lie -.ilil
(ileen has leafed the most
ilcce of leal estato In Chl
The .lapMice cominunh has Just
lint lit two autiiiiiolillc one a Cadil
ii n's' I'.ekaiiJ. Imlh or the dec
OiallM' seliellieu In iiik no el Also, a
iiumlier of the IIimIx that apiieareil In
the wati r earnlval last nlKht may he
Iraii'.ferieil to whrels Cliarles It I'ru
ler. chalrinan of the lloals committee,
and It. on D.imill and I Ittdlleeke. the
other members of Hie committee, are
haul at work in r.iHKlni.' Ibis today.
The Japanese lantern parade, tin
cnliiiilal hall. Ihe battle or .towers, all
are in the hands of capable, li.nd
worl.hiK committees. Tickets for the
colonial ball will be on sale at Ihe
ileer tomorrow nlHhl. and In Ihe last
few days the ..nil has taken on a pop.
uliir charaelcr and now it will be very
Kay and Informal.
I 'i hue Kiihlo Kalaniauaole, Delegate
to Como'ess. will ride ill Hie Floral Pa
rade loiiinriim as out. id the aides of
A M llrowu. Heine of the
mardial's aides were unalile In secure
mounts ami DcIckuIc Kiihlo voliiuteer
ed to nsM and III lie one of .Mr
lliowu's riKlit hand men
tiCiHKii: ii. n i hi:
rrcslilcul, llanallan Vllilcllc
J. P. Cooke, president ol the Taft
league, and Delegate Kuhio wer. in
private cuntcrenc. this morning at th.
u.lices of Alexander . Ualdwin. Th.
contcrence ended shortly before 12
o'clock and, troin nil indications, th.
Hepubhcan leaders have agreed to th.
"harmony program" that has been un
der discussion lor five days.
Neither Mr. Cooke nor the Delegate
would go into details as to the con
ference or its results, though both wer.
But it may be stated on good au
thority that the Frear Kuhio contro
versy will be eliminated from the Re
publican Territorial convention, that
the Delegate will not oppose a delega
tion to the national convention in
structed for Talt, and that there is no
slate for t:e selection of the six dele '
gates to the national conclave.
That Is, if tho "harmony program" la
carried out on the lines spoken of this
morning. The Delegate is already on
record for an instructed delegation.
Tho "fair field and o;en fight" idea for
the selection of convention delegates
is about the most important develop
Another conference is more than
likely. It is not unlikely that it will
be held some time today. Meanwhile,
both the Kuhio and the Frear forces '
feel that they have won some essen
DelcKuto Kulilo previous to leaving
Wushluiitnii made his position clear on
all mailers lelatluK to Hawaii then
before the house committee on 'ferri
tin ics This was ilomi In u letter to
the chairman, which was us follows:
January 2C, HI 12.
"linn 11 l. Flood, Chairman, Commit
lie on Territories, lluiise of Hep
reselltatl.es, Wlisllllllitull, l. C.
"hear Kir. Ilavim; been called liaclc
to Hawaii on urKcut business, and be
Iiik about to start home In rcspomie
to that call, I desire to call your ut
leiitioii to ceiialn legislation infecting
Hawaii pcndlio;. or likely to be pending
before jour committee, durlm; my ab
sent e, and brlelly to express my vluws
and opinions in reference thereto,
"The legislation In iiuesllon Is, first,
Ihe I'airehlhl resolution, so called, und
also tet;slatlon not now pemllnis, but
likely tu Is- peudliiK shortly, and prob-
hl) duriiiK my absence, provldhiK for
(ho disposition of the surplus waters,
not n quired for military purposes, rls-
ho: on Hie Fcdeial reservation, known
as Ihe land of Waiaiiae-uka, located
oil Ihe Island of (l.lllll.
"As to the Fairrhltd resolution, I am
not In favor of such leKhlatlon, and
recoioinenil that Hit same be laid on
tile tlllde. or otherwise disposed of ad-
tersely One ureal handicap In the ad
ministration of the laud laws of I la -mill
In-let. if, .re has been, that most of ,
Hie kooiI lands have been tied up by
loin; least's, some of whlih nro happily '
eouiliiK to an end shortly. In my
lii.lniin nt It Is not advisable at thl'
(Continued on Page 3)
COLORADO IN LINE.
The men of the IT. S. S. Colorado, j
who won a sn'clal prle In tho water B
ca. nival last nlKlit. have derided to j
siM-iiii Ihe sum In preparlni; the Colo-'i
i ado's "rubbeineck waKnn" float for
the Floral Parade, showlni a spirit of v$,
cooK'iallon that has made a bin hit
wl h the Flnral Farado inaiiaKement.'
The stoic of I. II. Kerr, nn Alakea"
sheet, will be open until 9 o'clock,
this evenlut- to kIvk belated buyers a
chance In make their purchases. .'
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