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BILL WILL PASS
HOUSE; BUT SENATE
WILL KILL IT
On Politics Judd's Job
Tlmt it canvass liy letter of the
membership f the Civic l'cderntloii
Iiiih resulted hi u division uuil u dec
liiriitiiui r "ycx" ty tliu nmjorlty on
the iIKMtlollM Xtlhllllttcd, WUX tll( stlltc-
mt-iit till" mottling liy ' H. Uk'kry.
wltii originated the "iUcsllonnulio"
llll'll llllll Willi I NIK ItCCtl followliiK tho
Although thcio Ix a division nt opin
ion throughout on tliu iiueslluns, Sir
Dickey says tliut when tliu tabulated
results arc given out tonight at tho
iiiiiiual meeting, he Iiiih no doubt that
the majority of answers aru "yes' on
thu following iiticHtlnns:
1. Arc yuu In fuxor of eliminating
political iartk'H fniin our municipal
elections anil votlUK on perrun.il iitul
llk'allons ami lonil Issues only?
.. Arc you In faor of tho coinmlx
sloii form of government for Honolulu,
(hat Ik, government h commissioners
krli'il liy tho people such as Is III tine
In iiimiy Ainiikmi cities'.'
:t. Are you In favor of tho illrcrt
I. Do you ill Ink the executive com
mittee of tho federation Blioiihl exam
hii' ami publicly pun Judgment on tho
public reinrdx anil iualilk'atloni of
fiindhhltrx for ollk'P?
.". Do j on thlnl the executive i-mn-uilltee
of tho feneration hIiouIiI exiiin
Ine mul make pnhlle the puhlle rir
onlx of cmulldutcx for olllee, passing
no Judgment upon their record. or
Many Replies Received.
Secretary llrymi of tho federation
wiUI this morning that ability one
foiulh of the ineuiherNliip of the or
ganization has responded to the iUcx-
llonuaire. Thlx uinriiliiK thero were
lllii replies In.
Members of the federation who have
keen aetive on hehalf of thu itiextlnn
(Continued on Page 3)
J.D.TuckerlcooKE tells of offers
Named For kubio has not accepted
OF 2 PLANS
Joshua D.inlel Tucker Ix the new
laml eninmlxsloncr, to Mieeeeil C S
Juild, the lioverniir signing the coin- -
mlHHlmi Hits morning Thlx iiewx wax POINTS MADE IN THE
not altnKether lllu xpictcil, ax Tucker
TAFT LEAGUE STATEMENT
.1. I. 'ITCKKII
I'll- cn l,:unl CoiniiiNsliiiier. He N
n I'roialnenl Shriller anil the I'li'ito.
graph Ali'ne Shows Him Willi the
wax not only the logical succexxor to
the position, hut on Saturday wax eu
lorxeil liy Ihe Itepiihliean Territorial
execntho f otnniittee
tV'li..,, li... f !.,. rii.. t . ill ill.,, ii Ills
I'm'. num. iiilntliiitM In die I'filiilnlllee. '
Tucker'x name wax the only one on
the list, It Ix Hahl. showing that he
hax Ihe hacking of the (kivernnr, who
(Continued on Page 3)
Taft League formed to work for
Two offers of agreement submitted'
to Delegate Kuhlo.
Failure to secure complete under.'
standing and agreement.
League takes this as refusal by Del.
League pledges Itself to make selec.
tlon cf delegation instructed for Taft
only business of Territorial conven.
tlon to nominate delegates to National
convention, and to keep out any action
on Kuhlo. Frear controversy.
An Important meeting of the Tuft
HcpulillcaiiH' League, was held at Ile-
, publican ucaihiuarteis tlilx noon.
( Chairman .1 I. Cooke, upon being seen
Mmniedlatcly uftcr tliu meeting. Ixstied.
t ho following xtulement, which Ik Im
portant iih IicIhr the' tirmti lPllnl'.e
statement of the position and objects
of tlilx League that Iiiih heen niiiilo
since It m forinntlnn:
I "Ax Ix already known, tho League Is
'c igiinlzcd fur Iho pnrixise of semilog
1 lo Iho Chicign convention a ilcleKa
: tlon from Hawaii liixtmclcil In Mite In
Mhe convention for the rcnoniiuiitliiii
of IMt'KlilPiit Taft.
"At the (lino of oiRanlzMtliin, from
Ktateiiientx which had appeiired in the
iiichx, ax well ax fniin other xoiucex of
Inronnallon, It wax bellmcil that Del
(Continued on Pag 4)
"FREE SUGAR" TO
(Slieel.il Mullet In 'utile )
WASHINGTON, D. C'Mar. 4. The House ways and means committee
today voted favorably on the free sugar bill and the excise tax bill. Chair
man Oscar Underwood of the committeo expects a vote by the House on
the bill late this week.
(SVrl.il II III let III C.llile.)
WASHINGTON, D. C Mar. 4. The Houio will pats the proposed bill
for free sugsr, although in certain quarters there will be strong opposition
The indications today are that the bill will be defeated in tin Senate.
The progressives will oppose tree trade.
The President would certainly veto the bill should it be passed.
C. S. ALBERT.
The iilmve illHp.iteh wax ciihleil the II nl let In thlx afternoon hy Itx
WiixhliiKtoii correxpoiiilent. In responxe to culileil liixtructlniix from the II ti 1
let In itxklim the loirexpoiulent to eanvaxx the xeiitlmcnt of the llmixa on
the prospectx for the free xuKiir hill ax proposed liy the Duinocratlc inein
lierx of the wax ami inenin coniiiilttee mill niirutctl hy u Democratic
The hill li expected to he formally reported te the llouxe In the next
OPPOSE FREE SUGAR
President J. P. Cooke, of the Taft League
BE CUT OFF
(Klieclill till I let In (.'aide )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 4.
Fifty Americans at Azarco, Mexico, are
believed cut off by revolutionists.
Troops are rushing to their assistance
JAPANESE MAKE MOVE
fSlieelill It II 1 I o 1 1 n futile.)
TOKIO, Japan, Mar. 4. Twelve hun
dred Japanese troops have left Kwang
tung for Chinangtao to reinforce the
(Klicclu! nil I let in Cable.)
TIENTSIN, China, Mar. 4 The sit
uation is quiet here.
TRIES TO SHOOT
ROTHSCHILD BUT MISSES
(KixtIiiI rial lei In Table.)
LONDON, Eng., Mar. 4. An un
known man today shot at Leopold
Rothschild, the eminent financier, but
II ill let III Want Atlx will tin I It.
A npiirt that Seeretary II I'. Wood
wax coiiteuiphitlui; rexlKiihiK from the
I'loinotloii Coniiiilttee and that he hail
xahl he would rcxlKn uulerx what wax
teiiueil the "Interference" of Alexan
der Homo I'onl mid the llatidx-Aroiind-the-1'acllle
t'luli wax xtoppeil,
met with prompt mul vIkoioux dental
from .Mr Wood thlx afternoon.
"I have uiadu no xiieh statement and
thoiiKht of no xiich action," xahl Mr.
W I thlx afternoon. "I have heen
too liusy with my own work to pay any
attention to anylhlin? clxc"
On the other hand, a nieinher of the
Promotion I'oinmlttee xtaleil today
that unices Alexander Hume Kuril
ceaxex Ills Interference with the 1'ro
mnthin Coiainlttee work, all tho mem
herx of that iiik-anlzatl'in will rexlKn
In a limly.
The xtatement Ix inaile liy an au
thority who can not he quoxthmeil
that .Mr Woo.l only a few dayx iiro
hud Ills rexlmiatlon written out and
was on his way lo hand It to I'rexhlont
Jlr Woiul wax askeil to w IthholU
his reslKiiutliin for the time Iii'Iiik or
until sucli time ax the huxlnexx men
Stnnnari RuTFnnY .
One hundred and seventeen fanilllcH
flout Spain anil I'ortiiKal were Btnpped i
hy lliiudx from eiuharkliiK on hoard
the Ktealimlilp llarpallon, which In j
now on Itx way here from Kurupe. with
lmiulKt'antx for plantation labor.
Krom Oporto. I'lirtiipil, thero me
2 fainllles anil 4." hIiikIo piiiHonx. I
I'Voin (lihraltar tliero are Dm fiiin-j
Illea and 119 xinRlo persons. The.
total lunula. r on hoard Ix HSI
( Anxil'.'l.ltt'll fHlls t-atile.1
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 4. A
, (i, V . rj fy $ fy j letter from Colonel Roosevelt, writ
ten last June, I wis been published hero
in which the colonel says ho will not
run for Prosident.
FOR RENTMARCH 1st.
12-ROOM BRICK HOUSE and 2-ROOM COTTAGE
Corner Beretania and Mil ler Streets
H. E. HENDRIOK, Ltd.
OFFICES! 2nd Floor, Merchant and Alakea
of the city could ho fully cauvaxxud. i
It Ix known that .Mr. Wood feelx very I
lunch hurt at the attitude that hax
liien taken liy at least one mini prom
inent In the t'hamher of t'oininerce. '
Mr. Wood hax heen enthusiastic, ami
Ills heart hax keen 111 t!c promotion
woik, hut ho tloex not require it posi
tion ax either xecietary of the Cham- I
her of roinmerce or the Promotion '
(ominltlcii. He llkex the work on nc- I
count of hlx love for the country. Tim
Kelieral hcllcf Ix that the huxlnexx or- I
KunlKutlon will lie axkeil to accept
either one of the promotion organlza- '
linns or the other xo there shall ho no '
duplication of work. I
r'oril Ix reported to have told Mr.
Ilroille, the transportation man who
wax here a short time iik. that he
would have the I'roiuotlou Committee
ahxorhed Itudilc of two or three
nionthx. Mr Hrodle In u recent let- j
ter xpenkx or the letterx he Ix Kettlim
from the I'uhllc Service Association
anil the llandx-Around-tlie-Pacltle,
and remarks that Honolulu will do
well to hac all Itx promotion enrre- I
ixpomleiice Ko out throiiKh one source,'
If Honolulu expects Itx work to he
Waul ads In the II til let In brlntr
j mi rich returns.
"American hcets, coiuinon, two
polntK up "
This cahleRiaia recehed hy IM
I'olllt thlx inoi-nlni; froui San
rranclxcn is the best luillcatinn
pnxslhle of what the heet kiiki'I'
people think of the action of the
Democratic 'ii)x and Means
Committee in xhapliiK a scheme
that calls lor fiee siiKar.
The nlxt of It, us well stated
hy .Mr I'olllt. Is that "The suenr
heet people would he hit harder
h) flee HMKiir than nu.wino else.
This proposed hill Ix so radical
that the) Know it will not pass.
Had a moderate leiliiclloti heen
proposed they would lime felt
some foar that It lulKllt ko
I Aft.nrl.itut Picks Cntile )
LONDON, Eng., Mar. 4. Over a
wide area of England factories arc
closing down rapidly as a result of
the great coal strike.
It is estimated that there are now
200,000 laborers out of work in addi
tion to the miners.
:N TO CHINA
lAxxix-lllleil lle ('Utile )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 4 Ar-
rangemonts have been made by the
War Department to dispatch 700
troops from Manila to China in a hurry
if it becomes necessary.
That Hawaiian xuKiir planlerx will!
miiki a riroiiK anil luiiceited effort to
prcunt the pnxxaiic of a "free xuipir"
lull li) the House Ix plainly evident In
lew of Hie ilcvclnpmcntH or the past
row days, diirini; which the Ik'ino
cr.itli caucus hax bavii cnxhictrhiK i
free siiKar" ttmunl Cnnnresx with mi- j
iiilHtakahle Intention lo put It tlirouuh.
President I'. M. Kwauzy of the I In- i
wuilmi Sukiii- I'lantcrx' AnsiKluthm ,
salil thlx mornlni;, In response to a
iiicxtlnu hy the Bulletin, that the
planlerx will certainly make every ef-.
fort to see Hint Hawaiian KUKiir Inter
ests me Klcn fair play hy CuiiKri sx,
ami he went on to say that the pro
uiain ax proposed, according to the re
portx floni WaxhhiKtoil, would without
duulit put a Komi many Hawaiian plan
tlitlmis out of huslnesx.
"I have heard iiothlui; more than
IllIX tieeu pulillslleil llx to pixxlhlc ac
tion on Ihe hill." said Mr. Swunzy.
"and my opinion Ix like the opinion of
everyone else in this matter-It Ix a
liuesx No nut knnwx what Ix koIhk
"It will he not only the xiiK.ir Vien
ami the holders of siik'ar stock who
will suffer In Hawaii shoulil such u
hill puss; it will he the entire Terri
tory Then there will he plenty or
land for the hoinfsteailerx and until
Iiik to do with It
The Mltiintloii Ix undoubtedly scrl
ouM ami we do not know what Ix
llhel. to happen '
Mr Hwuuxy wax asked If action liy
the planters woalil mean the xenillnK
or anyone from Hawaii to work with
JiulKc S M. Ilallnu. the pla liters1 rep
rexi ntatUe at WaslilnKlon, lie xahl
that he does tint think anyone will he
HiiHiir inrit Kenerally are appreheif
xlvo of the hill paxslnxT tlie House, and
later rallliu; In the Senate and thus
playliiK a part during the entire pret
liliutlal eampalKii. In thlx care, ax
one man tloscly In much with tho sit
uation expresses It, 'Hawaii wilt ho on
tenleihonkx iliirlUK the whole eulil
palKii A Democratic victory uoillil
mean revlxlnn sure, and If the "free
xuKiir' prourain Ix favored hy a Demo
cratic House, Hawaiian plantations
woiihl not know where they stand from
now on "
The iiionc Ix taken nx a political
move, imrn and simple, hut that does
not slop the rear that the House Is of
a 'free xuKiir" omploxlon now, and
that N what Ix worrying the sugar
men t'p until a few days mto they
helleved. flljIK WaslllllKtnii advices,
that a inoilerate revision would he
proposed and made the hash of a
SHRINER SANDS TO BURN AGAIN
LONDON, Eng.. Mar. 4. Suffracj
ettes in demonstrations today smash
ed many windows.
PITNEY IS FAVORED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 4 The
Senate judiciary committee today vot
ed favorably rn the nomination of
Mahlon Pitney of New Jersey to the
Once moio the neopliytle Shrliters
are koIiir lo walk tho huriiltiK siitulx.
Tito Shriller street parado. one of
'the tcntiircx that Honolulu looks for
jvniui to Jojiitisly eucli your, Is Rulnr
, to hu hold on March 3d, In connection
with tho ceremonial session ittnl tin-'
illlhiuul hamiuct. This wax decided
upon hy Aloha Templo tit a tneelltiK
held last Saturday iiiRlit, toKclher
with plans for the hit; Shriller Journey
' tu l.ox AtiKelex this spring.
! The llniiolulii Sliilncrs ate nuking
ehthorate plans for the l.o Anitplex
linperiHl Council session. It has been
delliiitel decided that the Anil) I'a-
trol will go. and umriiKcrneuts ate
'now under way for tho temple tu en
ter a hlg tloat In the pinole Unit will
lie a feature. The Kins; and Queen
tloat, which tlgureil In the Floral Pa
rade, will probably ho thu Hawaii en
try On March 3u. In the afternoon, U
the date ana time sot for tho new-
Hedged Slirltterx lo he escorted across
the hunting siiinls In tho annual xtrept
parade Tho purnde was postHr.oi
tills last fall hut It's going to ho held,
ami already n number of totnlor feet
are beginning to hum
BEEN POUTICAL TOOLS?
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 4.
Senator Bristow of Kansas in a reso
lution Introduced today asks an Inves
tigation to determine whether post
masters have been coerced in favor of
CITIZENSHIP BILL !
FO R PORTO RICANS
' WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 4. The
House today passed the bill granting
citizenship tn Porto Rictus.
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