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From Sin Franclsoei
Columbian l'Vlinmry 25
For Sun Frnoltooi
China IVIntiiiry 23
Muruiim lVl.ruiiry 28
Maktiru February 27
Is the Slogan for Growth and Industry
The results accruing from the ex
penditure of money for advertising will
steadily increase as advertisers learn
where this money can bo most profit
ably invested. Might try the DULLE-TIN.
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5167.
16 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1912. 16 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Brilliant Pageants Mark Seventh Floral Parade Day
i t ,
'Mir pitlnR of die IiIr mlllfiir) pantile which iniiile a Mr uiiiriiliii; fen In re of Floral Parade Itii). On I he I of I N shown the First Field Vrllllcrj, In (he ccnlcr llrlir. Urn. .M. M. Alniniah mid slnff nilnu- (lie riMicniiiR stand nl 'I'Iioiuji- Siiiarc. iiml on tin- rlirlil
lire I hi' colors of I he llflli Cinnlry passim.- Hie 1ntnl. Tin- panulf lenl n martial mile i I In- rnrnlinl splrll 11 ml was perhaps I lie most notable tlNplu j (if mllltnrt nrr reii In IIiihiiII. i''i '"" ' . ""m'y
MILITARY PARADE MARKS
NEW ERA IN TERRITORY
"If tin' Rucernnicnt keeps nil srudltiR
llll'll like this tu Hawaii II lllllll hi
n kimmI thins tu li.no illiy thousand
Tlmt wiik tin' remark nf (Inventor
Trriir iih ho h-ft thi- xtiinil thin inorn
Iiir, lifter rovlewhiR the Ri'culcst pa-null-
of men imiU-r arms ever seen In
Hawaii. Ah troop uftcr troop, battery
after battery, anil company after com
puny, passed liy thu rcvlcwimr kIiiihI,
"eyes rlRht" mill swords raised III sa
lute. It wuh nppnrcnt tn everyone th.it
the era r the mllltiiry wiih nl limn)
Willi troops hidden nwny lit Srholtcid
llarracks. Fort HiiRcr and Intrrinedliito
posts, mid MiiltorH Klnylns for the most
pint liy Ihelr ships, the dill Import
lime or the army mill navy heie has
not hern leall.ed. It took n milted
service parade, viewed with the knowl
edge that Hlx times Iho force will ho
xtnlloneil here wilhlii u year or ho, tii
drle home the point.
f'Voin every iiiikIc the military mid
naval pnRcant this mornlnit wiih ii suc
cess. It wiih a workmanlike perform
ance of thorough workmen In their
wnrkhiR clothes, for the ner Ico unl
torm wan the ordir or the day mid
there was no attempt miido to d.i.zl"
(Continued on Page 4)
ARMY POST WORK WILL
BEGIN ABOUT APRIL
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hpeclal lliillrtln CnrrrspunilenccO
WASHINGTON. 1. I'.. Feb. '.!. The
peimiinent Improvement of Scholield
llurracks will not IpcrIii In attain u
inaxlinnm of iirtlvlly until April IB.
l'nlll that tliim but little real prnurcss
will he inailc. Major Chcnthum, who
will have complete charKe nr the new
hulhllnKN will not leuve thin city fnr
hl new btallnn until April 5. lie ex
pects to remain In llnwnll for at leiml
two mid it half yearn, HiipcrlnteiiiUiiR
, II rcctlou of hairackH miiV-vntlcers'
liiarterH for the concentrated camp.
Major Cheatham Hay that all tho
If possible. Ilu will purcliiiHe materhil
mid Hccure day lahor mi far iih It can
ho accomplished. Whenever it Is found
linpriictlciililo to expedite Hie work In
that manner contracts will ho let. It
Ih IiIh Intention to kIV" the uierehmitM
or llannll tile Mrst npportuutty In con
nection with the Improvements lie
will pay tlrem reasonable price for
material of every description and will
charRcs and icusnunhhipinllts lleyond
that point lie can lint ro. lr the IlKiueH
named lor malerlals are considerably,
lilnher than W charRed by others, or by
contraetorH. the work will be adver
tised mid lit.
No dlllleulty will be en intercd In
llmlhiR able contracini'H In the Culled
States tu undettake the work, If local j
iiierch.'iutH miiKo their prices mo iiirii
The utmost desire was expressed by
.Major I'heatham to purchase nil ma
terial for the rlcholleld Ilarracks In
A dehiKe of letters has poured In
upon the (Jiiartwnuister's department
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LATE ENTRIES FILLING
FLORAL PARADE LISTS
IPiW. . tAstV.
Hawaii's Seventh Animal l-'lorul I'a
Hide Is mi. One afler aiiolher. inaKlilf
Irenlly decoialed aiiloinobllcH mid
HoalB lii-Kiiii.piitcrliiR Hii' fapliol
Kriiiiuds befori" 1 nVloek tlilH iiflei
noon anil b 2 iiVlnrU
ti'irg i Jill"" of Clifrrj III minis Tlml l.'nllrcly ('out One of tli .liipiiu"r Coiaiiintillj's Curs.
T AFT TO
since .a deteiiiiliuitton wan announeeil
done by tho Rovermut'iit, tu build permanent hulhlliiRS at Heim
lich) HaicirkH, InvolviiiR mi URKreRino
exfieiiillture of upproxlm.itely J3.000.
lioli. These i ome from all sections of
the t'nlted Stales. They are from
jontraetoiH who aiiiinanco a denlic to
Mil tor construction work If It in de-
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 22. Tho
gauntlet between President Taft and
ex-President Roosevelt has finally been
thrown down. It was announced today
that President Taft will reply to
Roosevelt's criticisms of the adminis
tration in a series of speeches to be
to furnish Hpeclllcatious ami let ! delivered before March 30,
any portion or the improvements. .-Major
I'heiithain says there will bo an
iiupricedeuleil number of bids If ad-
make an allowance for transportation i vertlseuieuls uro Riven out.
(Assoctafn "reus CAM.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 22
President Taft sent a special messa"ge
to Congress today dealing with the
postoffice department and pending leg
islation. The President disapproves the pro
posal of Secretary Hitchcock to place
the telograph systems of the country
under government ownership, on the
ground that the public will not be ben
efited by such a course, The.secre-
thary is lauded, however, for his oco.'
nomical administration of the postoffico
The President In proposing reforms
advocates the parcels post system,
NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb. 22 Six
teen children are dead at the infants'
hospital In this city, and five are dy
ing. It Is believed that they have been
eating poisoned food stuffs.
CASA GRANDES, Mex, Feb. 22
Fourteen hundred armed Vnsquitas
have proclaimed a rebellion against
the Madero government.
OAKLAND, Cal Feb. 22 Tom
Gunn, the famous Chinese aviator, was
fatally injured today by a fall of one
hundred feet with, his machine.
RGBS WOMAN OF
PORTLAND TO HONOLULU.
Portland, Ore. . U. S. A.
February 22, 1912.
Director and Secretary,
Annual Floral Parade Committee,
The Portland Rose Festival, on Its
annual Rose Planting Day, assembled
to do honor to the memory of the
, Father of Our Country and to beautify
the landscape with fragrant roses,
oends greetings to the Floral Parade
Committee of Honolulu, and wishes foi
I It greater and better success. Port.
land, the Summer Capital of America,
extends a cordial Invitation to any and
'all citizens of Honolulu to be present
and participate In our next grand an.
, nual celebration, June 10 to 15, 1912
Hoping that we may be honored byisiblllty that the I)
jyour presence and their presence, wci kindly toward Mr.
chines hail been ordered In res)rl ti
Assistant Dlieiinr .lames I) Doiicli
erlv (nun. I an oM-rwlielmlliR tusk In
raiiiiR lor lliese cnric uml in scoliiK
the Krounds that Ihev wero properly rlasttllied,
while MaiKhal A M Brown and Ills
At tho last minute cira never be- aides were lust as husy rciiiiii; tnu
fnro beard of indue mi appear mio and machines to tlair prnpor places,
were cnleieil aiu' this deln.ced the (ircal ciuwils lllled all the utrCPU
Matt smuwhiit. ' Mint) nf Iho onirics leailiiiR In I'alaen Knnnru and lhrT,x-
tuiil been held back by Iho tlnealriilnir ithIo bulldins Iannis, were Ray whii
weather of exlonliiy mid llio day bo- spectators
roie mid weio finished only a Tew inln- The number of IIoiiIh entered at tho
iiIch bcfini! the tlmo when nil inn- (Continued on Page 6)
CHILD OF RETURNING
KILLED BY CHINESE BRIGANDS
Rands nf lovoliillonlsts niuuberliiKl ken place at ti isillit about fifty miles
hclwco.il live bundled In a thousand frmii Clicfisi They a that between
iirnii'd men, declared as bent on In I- nun ami Ui revolutionists wont tint
RiindiiKci nr piracy mo said to bo ic-'frum llwaiiRiiiien In attack Iho Initio
sponsible fur the nii'mtiirro of a llltlo rlallsts, who wcro In mnlitisli. Thu
S-year-uld child IicIiiiikIhk Iho fiini-j Imperialists had forced a number of
liy of .Mr. and Mrs. P. Nelson, mission-1 countrymen in put white bands cm
niies on hoard the Pacific Mull linen their arms and rii out Imineijalely In
China now al llnnol'ilii, They are lo- front of the lmrlallMK in iiinbush In
. . .;. .;. .;. .. . . , ,nrais,i Press TalilM
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 22
!! Following the Mardi Gras night before
r last, jewels to the value of $50,000 were
i- stolen from Mrs. Eugene Do Sabla at
S-'a leading hotel. Their disappearance
! Is a mystery, not a clew being dis- ;
; covered. .
Tlio I'lincess Kiilnnliinunln
will award llio prli-es at tbn
Colonial hall tonlRlit. Tlio Colon
ial ball starts at 9 o'clock, Voiiiik
Hotel. Kverybody welcome.
! ; ; ; - i
aie, yours mo.it sincerely,
R. W. HOYT,
GEO. L. HUTCHIN,
I'liroiinlliin Klin; llrnrec, llprrn
ll.xiu.. M,,,,,l,i iiti.lil eiitk ii ti sale
' ..,,.,.., ,i,... - .,., TUI- .tlHn 1. .L.n
,,J l'r;,.i,.llon ('m.nltl.e riionis. ,, ;;', t,n;;V for which O.T
"'"'' -'"' Ipinda is held responsible, by making
the statement that Secretary Knox
Hi-ciiitni) Wood or llio Hawaii Pin- would not be welcome If he visited
moiloti Ciiinmltlco was at Ills dusk Colombia when making a tour of the
oaily tills inoinlliK IryltiR to Kitieczo South American republics,
mil a few iniiro iihiiiih for tlimo who e
need iiceouiiiiodntloii, but lie Haiti It CINCINNATI, O., Feb. 22 Thirty
ainciais ann empiuyas 01 mo nnuonai
HONOLULU TO PORTLAND.
Honolulu, T. H.,Feb, 22, 1912
BOGOTA. Colombia. Feb. 22-Min- ' Portland Bow Fe.ctlval,
Ister Osnlna. stationed at Washlnnlon. rornanu, urcgon.
-- -, -
has been recalled by the Colombia gov- Aloha!
we extend to you hando acror.i the
tea and assure you that your good
was a hard Job,
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Alakea Streets
Fire Escapes aid Ornamental Iroi
Cash Register Company were Indicted
here today by the Federal grand jury
specially called for investigation of
violations of the anti-trust law. The
indictments charge these men with
criminal violation of the Sherman law.
The same fcrand jury returned In.
dictments against the Adams Express
Company on eleven counts. Seven
Cincinnati manufacturing concerns are
also included in the list.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(ripcchil liulletiii Oiricmioiidiiici' )
AKIIINOTON. I) I-Vli. 'J.-
President Taft and his political inan
aRcrs arc depeudiiiR on ohtaluliiR tho
six ihieRates from Hawaii, They feel
absolutely certain these will be In
structed In vote rur the rcnuuiliiatloii
or Mr. Taft
Tills conlblenee Is based on the be
lief that DHcRatn Kalaubiuaole and
Colonel Samiial Parker will so arranRe
matters as tn Insure an Instructed del-
euation to the ChlcuRo convention. Ap
parently no thuiiRht Is Rlen to the pos-
Ihe DeleRiite will not feel
Taft In view of the
prolraeted controversy rcRiirdlUK the
reappointment of (lovernor 1'reur De.
spite tlie Irritation that Iiiih been de
veloped, the reellUR still remains that
the iHicRiitc mid Cnlonii Parker will
round up the Taft forces In Hawaii
and tllR Hie ilclfRatinu to ChieilRO
The II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n correspondent lias
been Informed on tbn blRhest authority
that this feelliiR of conlldence lines
exist One or Mr Tart's chief polit
ical luaiiaRers declared without the
sIlRhtcsl hesitation that they wcro do
peudhiR on the active assistance of
tho DeleRiite ami Colonel Parker He
made It plain that so far as the White
House Is concerned no apprehension Is
felt that an unlnslriieted, or possibly
Roosevelt. dclcRiitinn lulKlit come
turuliiR tn the mainland after an In
terrupted period of service In Ninth
niul Central China.
Mr. mid Mrs. Nelson have been la
liorliiK In the China field fur many
years, At tlio iintbrenk of lirlRaiuliiRe
from bands of levoliitiiinnry or Impe
rial forces who have heroine detached
from the main body of soldiery. tlil
family, IncliidliiR seven children, en-.
meet the revolutionary soldiers and
welcome litem. When the rmnlulloii
Ists appionclieil the lniierlallts ciien
ed (lie. Itctweeii ten ami twenty ro
oliltlonlstH wcie killed anil lliree cap
ttircil. These tbreo that were captured
were soaked with kerosene, their
rlotlicR set on llro and they wore
burned alle. Tliereiipnti tlio ravolti
tionlsts were en raced and made, a
ileiivoicd to Rain thu seabunrd and oiiol ciiarRe, capiiiiiliR reinia. inu inipe-
nf the treaty ports. The tor rulaledl liallkl losses were very heavy.
by Mr. and Mrs. Nelson cleaU with n A few dajs later there was a hiii.cM
series of trials and dlllleiiltles tlna' oiiRiiseinent west nf i'olinn. Tim Ini
would servo to try the stoutest heart. pctlnllblB hoisted the white llaR 111 In-
111 thu InlerestlUK thoiiRh sadileiieil
family trHvclliiR In the Htates In the
China aie Masters Osear.Theodore.Ar
tlmr N. and MIhh I'ldolph Nelson.
iTheso yoiiliR iwoplo, limetlier with
their parents, wero iissalleil nn sever-
til occnslniis by brigands, mid u few
days before rcarhini; civilization a
party of nrmeil men dosconded upon
their party, curried off one of llio
youtiRer children iiul murdered llio lit
tle one befiiic the eyes of tlio helpless
IteturuliiR missionaries on Imnnl the
China all haui tales, of torrible HtitTor
Iiir and privation to relate Minns'
continued IIrIiIIiir Is said to luivo ta
ken of surrender, but ns the ruvolu
tlonlsls appioaclicd fired a volley Into
them and then ran. The revolutionists
prussed them hard, the Imperial' cas
ualties hcliiK between tun and three
hundred Tho levolulionlsts lost ten
killed and between eighty uiiil a hun
Nearly nil the soldiers tint wero at
ChofuD.lincu Roue lo the front, It Is
said, mid tho ChlucFO are frlelitetied.
Some are plnnnlnR to laavo sihiii, fenr
Iiir Unit the city will bo taken liy tho
Imperialists, a mcsMiRo haviiiR been
reeelod In the effect thut Iniperlnl re
inforcements are coiuIiik fnnn tho
wishes for our success are reciprocated
ten.fold. We have Portlanders In our
midst and welcome them. We will
send a delegation to the Portland nose'fr,,m Hawaii
Festival of 1912, and wish It an even J The positive reliance placed on the
greater measure of the same success, Kood ollices or DeleRiite Kabinlananh
that has made it famous around the.1" '"'hi " Imllcute Hint no action will
world. To Portland, the "Summeri1"' ,"1"'" '" thp '"ration of namliiR
Capital," Honolulu extends an lrvlta.l""vr""r ''r,,"rr8 "".''."TiT i""! '!m7
,, , ,. ... .. ,the ihieRates rrinn lluwnil to the Chi-
tlon for all around the year, to thel(.llK ,.. ur selected, and prnli-
land where It is always summer. iily nut until niter the convention
May deserved succem crown your Is held It slreiiRthciis the belief that
efforts. in special commissioner will bn sent to
NINETEEN.TWELVE FLORAL Hawaii with Instructions tu take his
PARADE COMMITTFF Itlllle about lllVeltlRlitinir the cilnrRes
ARTHUR F. WALL,
iiRalust (lovernor I'rear. mid the report
may not be revered until after June JR.
Chairman A. K. Oiawa of the
.lupiinesn Ijintern i'arado Com-
: nilttee, iciitioiinreil this moruliiR !
: that the parade will start from
Aaln I'ark between "' anil S
o'clock HinlKlit anil not at VilUi
! as urroneoiisly minnunccd. Itoute !
AIoiir llnretanlii to Fort street,
down Fort In KIiik, on KIiir to
Capitol Rioiindh, out to llerctaula,
aloiiR llerelanlii In Alnkea, down
Alakea to naval wbanes, where
I'. K, cruisers will be chiered
This Impression has been mateilally
strellKtbelleil b) the attitude or Secre.
lary Fisher, who now admits that a
special commissioner Is In innteinpla
tlon lleri'toruie he has been illslu-
cll 1 to take the matter seriously mid
always uiinle some kind of reservation
when discussion the proposition.
Two iboiisanil tourists and visitors,
m rl Iiir In Honolulu within a low
weeks, hae limrned every lintel, lodR-ItiR-house
and bi.irliiiR ostnblishiunnl.
ThN imiiiiiiiK i lie Hawaii I'roiuilou
Ciituiuil lee's nlllce wsh IipsIcrciI with
applications lor any k'mlnf iieciiiiiiun
ilatlom, but .they ueio not tn be had.
Honolulu Is lull, and mer-fttll licsldes.
Tills niornliiK news was recelvoil at
the I'loiuoiioii Couimlllen rooms that
cveiy hnlul exrept tlio llalciwa in
(Hind, ami the ltaleiwn Is empty only
hccnunc the Ritests have all eoine Into
(he rlty foi Floral I'nrtule day.
"Wii'no been telling pnoplu frir
months Hint Ibis tourlsl rush was com
Iiir, now It's heie, and wn are asked
for iiironimudatlonH thtt aru hard to
Had," he said.
For news anil the (ruth about It all
people bit) the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
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