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From Sin Franolso.l
Hhlnjo .Maui March 5
For 8an Franclsool
llniiolulan Mm ill i ii
.Miikiiru March 27
Zculiitidlu ....March 2
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can possess is intelligent, courteous
salespeople, who take an Interest in
tl eir work. The next belt In Hono
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5174.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
FRE SUGAR BILL
A convention In Juno nt nil tlu re
iontl (ununited liilmr iiiiIiiiih of Ha
waii. Ill till cllurt In conio In an ugrco
iiH'iit tin u vviiRe scale fur the Tcrrl
tur. wits iimiouiiictl cslcrdu h
(Icoigo Is. Knur, prusiiliiil nf the llul
Diiloiiu of lliinululu,
Kiini' Milil Unit plans lire on font fur
(oiling together leprosontntlvos of tin
union brum lies from each of tho live
Islands, anil Unit liu expects nl or
M'PII lltllllllcd III0I1 tn uttcuil.
David i;uilllci, organizer or the hill
miliums, Is expected tn Issue circu
lars to the ilUTirtut pri'Hlili ntH of the
lull iiiiloniiH of nil tlui Islands to prc
p.uc tertuln statements unil statistic
which ho vvnnls roportnl at thu con
ference. It Is lll.oly that u largo assembly
hall 111 ho Icutid dining tho lonfcr
clue, iih tho present he.idiiiiurUrs of
tin' luil milium on Quoin street, near
Miiiiniikcu, uro too small .u uciommo
ilalo tho ciuvvd.
While a statement of t lie matter
tuiilil not ho obtalnril from any of the
.inunlirr". It hi reported .that It In tho
fntoiitluu of tho Uudcrs to usk for a
gcnciul raise In the wuse scale.
rending the Issuance of clrcuhtlH
I. Kwnllkn of Illlo, tho loaders of tho
different hulas aro preparing their
plans to stihmlt to tho itmforenee
At the coueluslon of tho work of
tho unionists here, which will he 111
tho lattir part of Juno, ucionlliig to
tho present tmilcistniidlug. a mass
meeting will ho (.illeil at Aula I'urk.
whoro general suhjects will ho discuss,
til h tho loailtrs of the hill unliiuas
rulltlcs ina bo discussed at that tluio
lino of tho moinhors of tho hul tiul
ona statcil jesterduy that tho matter
of tho Di legato to Congress will ho
talkoil about at that tluio.
DEMOCRATS TO IPEKING
(SlTldl till III '.111 CllMo )
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 1. Sutjar on the free list is
the report of the Ways and Means Committee of the House,
which has been considering a suyar tariff revision bill.
The committee recommends that the Federal corporation
tax be extended to include copartnerships of individuals, to
offset the loss of revenue occasioned by admitting sugar to
this country duty-free.
, C. S. ALBERT.
(Pturlul II ll I lot I n Cable )
WASHINGTON, 0. C, Mar. 1. The ways anil means committee of tho
House has submitted its plan for a sugar tariff bill to the Democratic cau
cus. The bill proposes to admit sugar free. In this connection tho com
mittee proposes a bill for an excise tax of one per cent, on tho income of
corporations above $5000 a year.
Uinil sugar men who hoard tho ti limp news of Hie cuinmltti'o's aolliiu
luil.i) ate of thc opinion that oul icllneil sugar will ho placed on Iho
free list, mid that raw hiik.it will still he (ho subject of n tariff Tin;
II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n 'h iiiiiosiHiiiiIont a month hc.ii cabled nous bote to tho effect
Unit it olio-cent por pound tariff wouln he levied on Imported t.iw stigits
nccordltiK to the Democratic Hiiusu'h plans at that time Kuilhernioro, tho
Assoclu'cd Picks cablegrams last night Indicated tli.it relliiod would lie
put on Iho free list.
LOS ANGELES MEN WILL ClimiMCB
FIGURE IN LABOR CASE n j :-
McCANDLESS ASSURED OF
COL. MCCARTHY'S HELP
i AiutuUfilci nHi Cutilr.)
PEKING. China, Mr. 1. Rioting
among tl 10 troops litre has caused a
reign of terror Shooting began yes
terday and continued all last night.
It is believed that President Yuan
Shili Kai has lost control of the situa
tion. Only the Manchu troops can be
depended upon, tho Chinese betng wild
Many stores and residences have
been looted, and it is cstimaUd that
the loss occasioned by fire and de
struction amounts to fifteen millions.
There are at least 2000 mutineers.
LOS ANGELES, ,0 V.
n Cable )
Mar. 1. Dert
jaBjsjBMkU4.fi i m ssjajjiSH.i,
JjKisw . HsK MM i
KHBtBBK9K3SWtirkWw .i Hill
llfinusi irnprt )wnors of Iho
only lie. milliihle tor llm pioposed
ioininonl.il hullilltiK Into rrfusod ti
niiiki. a proposition thai seems reason.
nhle tin s al joint i niinlttoo hn4
Iiik lh matter or the ImlldlnR I
hartio has iihiimloiied Us pluiiH. nil
pi f st tit pro .poils are III t Iho plaj
IN'IIIANAI'OI.IB. Ind Oscar Uiw
I lor, special assistant In thu iitlnrliey
H. Franklin, Jofn.',. deputy sheriff,
who confessed to having bribed jurors
in the McNamara case, was today fined
jKCiicntl, Htt'l A I Mil'orinltU, tho
S. district nltornc), 1110 eTln-ctnt
Prospects of u rattlliiK Ruoil contest
between Maor .1. J. Kern and U I.
McCandlcss for the Democratic minl
nutlnn for Dolcgiile to ConRross woro
helped alniiK tills niornlnfr, when Col.
C. .1 McCaith) announced himself as
a McCnuillcss man.
Tho Colonel lacked a ptnlho tn this!
stutetnent, hoeer, h salni; that
McCundloss must stick to a sauu plat-
"I feel this way." s.ild Col. McCar
thy nlicn asked as to which of the
two Democratic candidates ho would
biipport, "that MrCandless Is entitled
10 tho unmlmitlnn He lms been n
haul and consistent worker.
"I will support him and hate told
him so, If his platform Is ono I can
conscientiously support, as I holloa
11 will he"
It has been e peeled for some time
lorm that will command the Hiippo.t
of the business Intotcsts hotter tlutti , tlint McCandlcss would liaxn Iho sup
Ihe one of two jears iiro, which had port of Colonel Mcf.irth). hut durlns
i plank against the Tortltorj's Imml-.lho last tow dnjs, when Kern's friend
Krallon sjstcm Col. McCarthy, howj bcKiiii toilet ecoodlni;l busy In his
ocr, eldently bollotes lhat MC.md-j behalf mid his stronuth (?rew ery
less will Issuo a plutfurni that ho audi Inst, thcto was somn talk utiioin; the
other kooiI Democratic winkers for. politicians that perhaps McCarthy
Hawaii can supisirt 'would support the Mant's ciinilldiicj
(Kisclal llullctin Cable.)
LONDON, Enfl-, Mar. INearly ev
ery coal mine in the kingdom has
closed down from tack of miners. It
is estimated there are 1,049,407 coal
miners out on strike. The situation is
tho Kre.it dynainltliiK eonsplraej whicl)
starts liorn In it few days. They IuimI
already lieoti litfuro the Brand Jury
wbkli Indl'lod inoro than llfty union
labor men aliened lo bo lntilod In
luiportatil parts In the probe of 'the "r.liiia of a century '
SAYS FIGURES ON BOOKS
FOR TAXATION PURPOSES
That the flumes apis'iitlni; on Un
hooks of the business 111 ins Bioitnd.
town as to tho values or Iholr piop-
crtios aro In most Instinces, placed
serious. No breaches
have yet occurred.
of the peace
HE GETS $7,000
rixo mouths iifin u funeral proces
sion wis KolUK along the road that
hails past Iho mauiiKer's house on llo
lioinii plaiitathiii Tluio wiro two nun
Mali d on thu ho of tho hoarsi, unil
ono of thoiii was John Carlos Mudcl
H'v This nit it iiIiir ho was nwiirdid
STiidli dauuiKos h tho Jmy that heaiil
his case itKahi'st tho phintatlou
As the procession pass il li tho
luaiiaKtrs house a tall kiuii tito that
mow Just oiT tho nun i nun nt mail
mid on Iho plantation prnput) was
Keen to hi ilil nlj sway sIIkIUI) There
was no wind, and those who saw It
lotih! not aiiount for tho mnxoinent
Tluio had always lioin a sIIhIU lean-
Iiik lowalds tho load, hut It was not
thoiiKlit thcic was an ilaliKir.
Wit wcalhir workltm- on soft, saud
Mill had loosoniil tho loots, however,
unil tho uioineiit had iirriwd whin the
laws of Kiavllatloii had overtomo the
hold of tin trio roots Tho emit tree
suilileul Inn hod out mir the road,
and a siieain wont up from thosi who
saw it lomhiK Tin re was no tluio tn
(Continued on Page 2)
DIRECTORS FIND MAUI CAMPS
MUCH IMPROVED FOR LABORERS
Alexander & Iliildwlu illierturs ic
tiiinoil Ihls nuiinliiK from the lilp
they took to Maul lo look ovot the
plantation ptopcitles tlioto, atul 1'ios
Idont .1 l, Cooko of Alexander A.
Ilaldnln eaino hack enthusiastic over
what has boon dona at I'ltunciio and
Maui AKilciiltutal Company In the
nay of labor camps. '
"I had nut been at the camps loi
about I In to J ours." ho said today
"and I must dinfeas Unit I was veiv
nittcti surptlso to lliul at I'niinoiio
SOU sltiKln houses foi tho hiloiois
Tho old Inn racks plan lias been nlmn
iloued sit far as new biiildlni; Is con
ceinoil, and Iho rotistiucllou Is now
on that of sepal ato luilhlliiRs for film-
(Assaulted Piess Cablo.)
CHICAGO, III., Mar. 1. Gov. Hiram
Johnson of California, in an address
today before the insurgents' club, de
clared that Presidont Roosevelt is tho
logical leader of the people. He ex-
lllcih as far as possible.
"Doth Maul Agricultural Cotiip.inv
and I'liiiliciio hnvo dotio lunch wmk In pounded his doctrine of progresslvlsm.
this diioctlon, tho I'tiuuono camps lio-j
ItiK perhaps ahead III this respect i
"At I'liiinelin tlioj Ravu us a lino
water carnival night hefoio last Thole
was swImniliiK and iIIvIult and lliel
canilviil was a vet) eujojabla one
"The Maul cano Is looklUK "plenillil,
and I lunk for a piosporous year
fill Iho Island."
AtuoiiK those who catno h.icji In tho
Kllaiie.i Ihls luoiuiui; wete Mr "Cooko
w o smith, o n wiicox, i: i;
Paxloti, I ll Calt, V It (Mstle, II
A lliihltvlti, VVallaeo Alexander nil. I
Coorgo It Cat lor
In in.inv Instnucos the IIriiich were for
taxation purp'wos utilv
The inorulUK was taken up with
ctoKs-oxamiuatluii as will he tho after
noon IliorkoiiH rimnltii: to uroiiml o-
thero oil for taxation purposes mill ory Ktnt,.mont mado and soemitiKl) not
not to lopion-nt the teal thltiK, Is the placing ati cteilence In n witness linv
htatonieiit made on tho witness slnnd lK knowlolKo Knl 1 throiiKh many
. ,, . ,n.,i ..umin v. eurs' experlcnie but which ho cm-
bv James V 'rati, the teal ostatn ex- ' , , ,
' '""", ' not explain In a definite win.
port. durniB Ihf coutltitioil lie.irltiK of
tho Mahnka site case this mornliiK bo- cas; ' '
fore IiiiIko Dole In the Keileial Cnuit The case has hcioinc vorv acilino-
Thls staleniont was liiiiiiuht out nlmis mainlj ftoin lltu fact that ril-
ilutliiK I'"' cross-examination of the mois wore koIiik tlie rounds jostorday
witness bv Dlsltlct Altotnoy llieckotis that some of the topirts of the ease
wlillo ho was trjliiK lo arrive at Iho appearing In a isirtion of the press
methods h which 1'ialt's IIkiiios woio had been prcss-aKChtod" anil that thu
olit.iiuod I'tatt stated that he would defense was not koiUiik a fair deal
plueo his own estimation as to rental Attorneys Have Spat,
values iikiiIusi thine shown 111 tho Attoincv Olson diiilui; this morllllio,
Uioks of the Mrltiernj shoe store us (Continued on Page 2)
I ill "IT mill the Illinium; iiiucuur
lv dehioil I
V It Casllo, ilialrui.in if tho cl
tultteo. said this moinlUK thttt Iho f
owners and the (iinniilllee Imvo I
been able to joluo to toimsXlinil ,
he can hold out no hope of lllo Uf
itiK plans beliiK (ouHiitnuintod
The Chamber of Comtnorte, .
ants' Association. Commercial t'
Stock nxcliiince and other wml-tP I
lie and commercial bodies are all li-..
torostod In the ImlldlnK bcIioiiip This
ImlhlliiR plan was one of the things In
which Jutnos K MorEUit, former presi
dent of tho Chamber, who was killed
in California jcalcrilay, was "very
deeply Interested, and the newnoPliU
dcitli Is a blow to the plans rnr tne
bullilltiR, as ho had been tireless In
his elfort to securo null n-structure.
DurltiK his three l&tm as president
or tho Chamber, Mr. Morsnn nt vari
ous times urged the project, nnd only
Ill-health kept him from accepting n
iiieinlierBhlp on the special committee.
havliiR tho matter iln charge.
Mr Castle said this morning that
owners of the sites considered had not
made propositions that seemed fcaB
llile to the committee
'The proposed construction of tho
Kodoral building Is to u certain ex
tent responsible for tills," lio said, and
added the comment that people who
declare the Kodoral building on tho
Maliulia site will ruin property In tho
neighborhood still have held out ror
a high price on the sntno property
when ll Is sought for the commercial
It is predicted that the commercial
building plan will ho dropped and
that It will be two oars before It Is
revived If nt all
RARE SEA PLANT
NEW HARBOR PLANS TO BE LOOKED
INTO BY CHAMBER'S COMMITTEE
(Associated Tress Cnt.ie.)
LAWRENCE, Mass., Mar. 1. It is
believed here that the riots are near
Fur news and the truth iilmiil It all
people bii) the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
FOR RENT MARCH 1st.
12-ROOM BRICK HOUSE and 2-ROOM COTTAGE
Corner Beretanla and Miller Streets
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.
OFFICESi 2nd Floor, Merchant and Alakea PHONE 2648
f AssoelHlert Press Cable ) '
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Mar. 1
Jim Flynn, the Pueblo (Col.) heavy
weight, and Jack Johnson, champion
of the world, will meet in a 20-round
fight at Wendover on July 24, according
to arrangements completed today,
u t: :: t: n :t KiiKiiKititiitirl -
"'SENATE WANTS TO KNOW
!! PUDLI pWrEoLgFrAaRmE TONIGHT. !,j AB0UTC0L0MBIA ROW
" "i lAswieliil.il I'nss Cable.)
:: Doots at Palatini Settlement HI WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. I. The
tl open at I. 20 o'cloi k "Senate today passed a resolution call-
7 3M o'clock i:nlertalnmeiit In tl ,ng upon President Taft to submit the
tt gMllliasllllll bv I'ahllua classes Jt ..r.nl,d.nu between Colomhia and
11 S o'clock Confoioncc Hub- t: tho United States over the Panama
jtS Joe t, "Coopeiatlvo I'hllaiithro- tt canal.
t: p," (Jov Kio.ir presiding :: , ,, 0
CI l'tlncli.il speakot. James A tl'
II Hath. :t, (SMiliil till Hot In Cable )
:t :: t: i: :::: ru :j t: n tt tt it t: I Washington, d. c. Mar. i
Kill! was Nlnl at Mm on. (la in tho Postmaster General Hitchcock in a
IVdoral Couit for the eastirn division speech today said that tho govern-
ol tho Miiithuii illstiiet of CeorKla lo ment was a party to the capitalistic
dli-solvt tho Ami I linn Naval Stores conspiracy which grabbed the Panama
roinpim unil siiI.mIiIIiu v i iiipuiathms Canal.
A cIiim. -.iiutlnv or Iho plans pro
posed b lames V ikellclil or lllo llm
Imr Ci'iuiuissliiii foi Hie ilevclopinonl
or hull. he. lil il'nli spue along Iho Inn
Imr between the Oio.inle and Ahikoi
vhnrvos will be uiaih bv Iho Ch.imhei
or Commerios loininlnio on Imrhois
(hipping ami liaiispiiitatioti, said
I'lesideiit Spihllng this motiiliig
Among (ho piomlneiii business up a
or Hie elt tho iilnns me eousliloKil as
veiv fiu-ie.K lil'ig .mil having an Im
poilimt beating on the whole rutiito
ilovolopinent or tho pint '.. K I'nx-
iiiii Is (hull man "I the Chamber or
Conjinoiro lomiullloe and has told
I'leshliul Sp.ihllliK that he would tnko
Iho mallei up at out o
Col C .1 MiCurlhj. ono of tho load
ing advocates ol tho plan, as a mom -
.her of the llaihoi lloanl snld tlil
tuoiulug Hun tho Commission invites
coustiiictlvo eritUUm, and that when
the public meeting or the lloanl i
hold on Mulch 13 ho hopes thole will
bo ii lull anil 1 1 oo dlpciissiou on tho
"As the iiiouei will not ho available
mull next August, tin lo is plon'i of
time tin the oplo or llii'ioliilu lo
htiidv I lie milter ami see Just what Is
mi.ndeil ho .s.ihl lluwovoi, it
should be li'iruo In ml ml that these
pirns ai not lor all or i big harbor
but loi oulv a ceitiiin hellion of a
iHtlior small harbor This bulkhead
Iiik plan will savo an (i'iini uf $nn,
i mi In diodgliiK oulsllis, hml Its nut
to Iho 'ferritin v will bo pracllealli
nothing, as Iho Commission would
h ivo hail to ordei thu tooling fur the
sIioi'n done nuvwa) under nnv plan'
ITshcil up from tho oroin li cliauco
and now testing at tho liotno of l.'il
Tin. the Chlneso liuv who wus one o(
the most successful athletes nt the
r meet hold on Kloral Karsulo
Mav Is a rate plant that Is wanted li
Hit authorities at lllo Illslmp Mnsoitm
When tho lliiwnlHn fisherman
brought it ashore ho spoko of
ii to a Chinaman and was offered
three dollars fin It. which ho accept- ,
oil Since then thu Chltmuiau has
been approached h tho Illslmp Mu
seum authorities,, who are very anx
ious lo prut lire the specimen, which
Is Mild to bo oxeeedluglj rare,
11 Is a plant stntullng about Ihren
fool high and black In color. Tho lia.t
description is said In ho us though a
horse's tall had been stiffened and
stui k on a rock Kndi lenttrlo has
small nodules on It which hold any
thing lliev nuio In (outact with mil
look Just like Iho Icelh in a lobster's
Among In. wers at N. w llnvin ll
was said that the wtii.UMllo prti e of
b. el will urj Kboitl prohahlv h . i
ll-i III the III IkIiIi'iiIhiimI ill ii i . Iits
ITtAM'ISCO. fill. Mur I-
fcs aiialvsls Ids "d . parity.
1'r. i.ais .imitation lis 6 3-4d.
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