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Mnkiirii March 27
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5177.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
FREE SUGAR BEFORE HOUSE
MOVE TO MAKE TERRITORY REPUBLIC ?
Dr. RamuslROOSEVELT wiLLiNOiRoot For
Ordered To says "will accept'
N. W. Port
lir Carl Humus, chief quarantine uf
lltii of Mm- pint, In thu U. H. l'ufclla
lli'iillli mill Mill Iho Hospital Sit v lor,
has rctclvcd urilirn transferring liltu
riinii lliumliilii tu l'ort Tiiwiixt'iiil,
Wash , uml will leave for his ni'W post
tome time nliout thu end of thl-t
I)r I', i:. Trottir, who linn beenstn
tluucd lit Km I'rmiclsco, with head
quarters ut Angel IhIiiiiiI, for threi
months, Iiiih been ordcied to Honolulu
to Inl.i' Dr. Humus' position. Dr.
Trotter will loinu some tlmo till
month, It Is expected, hut the date,
iih well hi thu date for Dr. Humus'
departure, Is u little uiict'rtuln, Trot
tir In In hi- succeeded ut Sail l'rmi
clsco hy Dr. M. V. flluvi-r, chief lued
Icnl olllcir ut thu Hall Kriinclwo Im
migration Million. Dr. (Hover' sue
lessor Is Dr. V. 0. Hillings, who hut
I.e. n on duly In Washington anil Ih
now on leave, ho that until hi rt turns
(mni bin leae, thu entire scheme of
tiutiHfcr call not be curried out.
Dr. Humus will bo chief quarantine
olllcir nt l'ort TnwiiHcnd, an Import
ant position, iih It la the port of entry
for nil I'ligit Sound points mid Kt'tH
the big Menmshlp tralllu of the l'aclllu
Coast, Alaska and thu over-Hen liners
fiinu the Orient mid other portH. It
Ih it nhort Hteuiner trip from l'ort
'I ovvusclid to Hciltlh.
Dr Ti otter will come to Hawaii with
a line retold In the Marine Hospital
"I have expetted ordcrx for Home
time." Hiihl Dr Hamas this morning,
"Wo are nil Hlilfted iihout as our pc
I IoiIh of sen Ice ut one place or un
nlhir are up Personally, I am try
i-ouy to leave Honolulu. I enjoy liv
ing hele very inucli, Still, I am Klad
lo he ordered away now, If ut all, for
lime In the possibility of another term
"Just when I shall no Ih unci rtaln,
prohahly In uhout it month. It will
depend on when tile changes cun lie
made In Kan Krnnclnco. After Dr.
Ti oiler nrrlven I Hhtill he lieru only it
f Associated Pres-l Oahte.l
FORT WORTH, Tex, Mar. 5. The State Republican executive commit-
tee today Indorsed the candidacy of Colonel Roosevelt for President by a
vde of 21 to 1.
KUHIO BILL FAVORABLY
BY C. S. ALBERT.
HK"l.tl II u 1 1 t I n urrt'Kio!nlfiic,)
WAHIIINUTON, 1) ' Feb. 2X
tt "I shall make a Rtateinent," tl
ii B.'ihl Delegate Kuhlo when linked 1!
MIW VIHIK, IVIi. 2.V Tin- text f nllli nil refcrener Iii the iirroniidl ' amiii.-mih.ijn. u . ieo. -.-1 today If he would reHKnd to tho it
llic iiucxmtliilli brief bill ilellnlle iinfcrriircs or Interests f inn mini, s"""- ,,n "" "i '' repuniic , t letter Issued by tlio Taft I.c:ikuc. U
iiiisner of Tlicoiliirc HiiiiM-tell In the lint piirnlj friini the snniliiiliil of the1 '"'' '" ' sensational hut serious will huvu It ready for tonior- ti
(iovcrnors cillliernltlL' bis i-iiinllihirt Interests uf Ibe lieiinle as a whole. I predlttlon made li Senator i:illiu Hoot M rnw."
for tlir Presidency Is as follows: Ivtlll iicreiit tin- noinlnallmi for iiresl- of New York.
.New York, Fell. 21, lill'J. di'iit If It Is litiilcrcd In me inul I villi Ah one of thu mo-t lirllllant con
(Viitlriiit'llt I ileeiil) npiireclale nillierc lo Ibis ileclsloii uiilll the can- Htltiitlon.il lauyers 'In thin country.
)our li'llcr mill I realize In Ibe (nil tciillon lias eiresveil lis iri'ference. r, r Secretary nfVtnl.- mid head of
Hie Iicimj rcinusllill) It puis iiiipu' (hie of the chief principles for wblrli (he War DipartifjBL thu ntteratues
me, expresslnir ns It lines Hie carcfnll) I bate slmiil and for which I nun r senator Hoot luwulahly recelvecon-
rniislilereil conilclliins uf the men stand and which I bine nlwnjs in- H,)).rn(ull
i'UtIoiI li) jiuimliir tote tt. Mini.l us dcm.irc.l mill nlwi.js slmll cnilcin.ir Thi. r;,lllt.t.y lllUum.0ll WIIH ,,.,
nit- Menus in (t.iii'i iiiiii'iii iii uicir .set mi iiuiite ii, in linn, is mi- iti-iiuiiii- iiiii-
cral Slntes, of Hie people; inul Ibcrcfnre I bope
I iibsoliilel)' acice with joti Unit Hull xu far iih possible Hie people mil)
tills mailer Is not one In be decided (Continued on Page 7)
u ti Jt h n :t n n xt a :: n it r
SIGNIFICANT TO FREAR
on it iiiicHtlou as to the inlt Ifcuhlllty of
havhiK KlM'ii cltl.ennhlp to thu people
"That wuh ii inintake, which I op
poHcd ut the time, und which It" au
thorH hate hIiicu reietted, replied
.Mr Hoot. "Sumo da Hawaii will he bery In the
In makliiK Ills prediction Mr. Hoot
nctH on the propiMltloii that, In niaklut;
f ApsAcliili-d lrenn Cable)
SAN FRANCISCO, CaU Mar. 5.
Eugene E. Schmitz, former mayor of
San Francisco, and charged with bri
gas cases," was acquitted
Hchmltz wan the Hiibjeot of twenty-
I AhsoIiiIimI lreHH OtMe.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 2. Chairman Oscar W. Underwood of the
House ways and means committee, and leader of the House Democrats, to
day reported the Democratic bill for "free sugar" favorably to the House.
The bill for an extension of the excise tax, in order to make up for the loss
of revenue from the sugar tariff, will be reported later.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
maintenance uf mi nriny or navy by
(Continued on Page 8)
fort mid consolation nine words may
(Kiu-cIjI Hull ut In Ciirminii1eitrM mciiiiiinii
WAHIIINUTON, D ', Pel). 1!3. I'rlor to the receipt of nilvlcrn from
"Depend on Hawaii ilelegatcH, hIx the Delegate word nn passed around CHRISTIAN CONVERTS
votes, iiiHtt-ticteii ior tint. mat no nail niiHteueu nonie to worK
iiKaliiHt Tuft mid pick up a deleKutlon
Thin llttlu cithleitram, dated Ilono- Unit would he unluxtructcd This wuh
lulu and nlitucd by D h'Kiite Knlanla- offwit hy thu Unit declaration of Hte-
naole, came lloathiK In upon the po- retary IIIII
mi Independent republic oflKwull tha'tiKht Indlctiuputs In connection with
I'nlleil Sinks will eslend n tirotfctor- I"ku cnHea" deallnn wltn Hid brlhlnK
ate over the Islands. Hy Htich action ef San I'lanclsoo Hiipertlsorn and iub
there would he fin necessity for the IV otllclals. In which HchmlU, Abe
LOP OFFJIGfl SALARY
That the lliihl imahiHt the niosiiil- olT inul hoiiHohnhhrH iirrestcd In a
toes Ih koIiik uheud will and that At- Humiiuirv nianinr or whether the In-
torney l.jiner ban orKimlred the cum- HptctorH shall be ktpt on mid the
pnlKli ho thoroiiKhl that there, will Im Iiiium Inilili-m shown thu defects about
no need for him lo ntuy on nt bin pres- their premises. The commltteo llllnn-
ent IiIkIi Hillary of ITSu n month aftir Imiiusly aure.d to the latter course.
.Marih 20, hut that he will he retained Statements wtru made by l.ymer nnd
at it Hillary or $ 1 On a month mid do by Dr. CI W. McCoy that the Unit
the work nccciiHiiry In Ids own olllce, courne would lie it luistfikt. "I have
Ih the opinion urrhed ut by the I'lvlc been trylntr to find numeunn to proe-
Hiinltittloii I'oiumlttee at it luettliiR cute." Hluted l.ymer, "und have not
held this morn h'n;. l..'eii nble to do It. Just tin soon us
The niectlnB wiih called for the pur- n point out that mosiiiiltoei. ur
posu of conslilirliiK the present cam- breeding on premises, the- defect In
pnlKli and also what sttps should he immediately remedied IVimhV aroco.
taken for the future opiriitliiu In such it line way with us
The iiiestlon nt the present time Is Hint It would he it mistake to chance
whether the Inspectors shall he taken the present system. 1 ran carry out
lltlcnl fray here at a critical moment, wall wolll
It mlKbtlly heartened I'lenldeiit Tuft, est of Taft h the DeleKiile und Col.
Secretary IIIIIch mid the headiiiai tern Samuel 1'arker Hut the uae of kIs-
maiiiiKer. Hepreseiitatne McKlnley It Hip wih ho Htr.ini: that It drowned the
wuh really iislonlshlnK bow luiith com- (Continued on Page 7)
TORTURED IN CHINA
(Rlss-'l.il II ii I let in Cable.
HWANG HSIEN, China, Mar. 5. It
Is declared hero that the Imperial
lies that the oten from lln- troopa have put out the eyes of and
d he i out! oiled In the Inter- , beheaded forty Christian converts.
Two American gunboats have been
ordered from Taku to the mouth of the
Huef. Tlrey I Ford, I'ntrlck 'Calhoun
nud others were Implicated. The voaea
hate ht en let uradllally die out for
one cuiihc mid another.
FISHER CAN'T COME AND
TAFT LOOKS FOR AGENT
Hl-il.il tin I le I I 11 Cm tile. I
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 5. The
Senate is considering the arbitration
HOUSE RULES COMMITTEE
HEARS OF LAWRENCE ABUSE
WASHINGTON, 0. C, Mar. 5. The
House committee on rulei today heard
.witnetus who testified to alleged atro
cities at the recent labor riots in Law
rence, Mass. Mrs. Taft was among
those present at the hearing.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Stscllll IIUll-tlU Col n HtsHldellCe )
WASIUNdTON. 1). C IVh. 23. -Tlio
BKclflc tiiltuiutlceinelit fnim Sec
relniy 1'lsher if the lnturlor Depart
ment tluit bo will nut k I" Hawaii
Imiuedlalcly after his return finni
1'iiiitiiua came iih n distinct nnd dn
.iicshIiik shock to the ft lends uf (iov
crnor Krear here. They had pre-
IniiHly denied with much empliusU
that a special cuiumlHHliiuer would h'J
sent In IntuHtlKtitu tho churKeH pro-
forred by Delegate Kahuilniiaiih1
iKuhiHt (1tiuriur Krear. In men morn
ISlsenl Ifuile.lti falite.
LONDON, Eng., Mar. 5. In addU
tlon to the many factories that have
vlKoroi.H lanBt.aKe they HiHlBled that ul dotv"n hou"nd ' ""-'y ""
Seciettiry Klsher did not contemplate P10" h,v bern d'""arged and many
it Journey to thw iHlamlH fur tho pur- "fl"'" scheduled railway trains aban
Hisi. or iimkliiK a perHtmul InveHllua- doned on """ f be shortage of
tlon. Tlio olllclal uilinlKHinii that Set- coal occasioned by the great coal
retnry Klsher hud Inlenitol Iii.ikluK miners' strike. There is but one cross
the lnitiiry descended iih ii withering; channel boat running,
Ah iinnoumed In tho II u 1 1 et I .. SUFFRAGETTES MUST WORK
linn nine in iiiuo ricHiueiu run, i.siss'ial ll u 1 1 1-1 I li Calile. i
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 5. Sen
ator Polndexter of Washington today
failed to get consideration for a reso
lution asking an investigation of the
Lawrence strike by the bureau
commerce and tabor.
RAIN HELPS STATE
i AMncIit1 Premi CiihlO
SAN FRANCISCO, CaU Mar. 5.
Rain today saved California crops
from a threatening drought
COAL DEMAND REJECTED
NEW YORK, N. Y., Mar. 5. The
anthracite coal operators today decid
ed to reject the demands of the miners
lor Increased pay.
MORE TAFTERS ORGANIZE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab, Mar. 5.
Progressive Taft men not affiliated with
of the league which organized yesterday,
oday organized for themselves.
WON'T RELINQUISH TO ENGLAND
nil thu work thnt Ih necessary from
my own olllce and there Is no further
need lo keep lilt- on ut my IiIkIi salary.
Tho ruiinliiK expenses of the Campaign
can he broiiKht down to KOOO it
month with the present force of In
Chairman Walter I'. DllllliKhuin Was
UKaliiHt the arrest of people without
HnrnhiK Hum. He pointed nut the
fact that while u trained mini can llud
moHiiiltoes, the ordinary householder
can not do so
Attorney l.ymer will now be retain
ed to look ufler nil Hie work of tho
hoard, hut he will work In his own of
fice Instead of at his present quartern.
He will reiiiuln tlure, hnwewr, until
aftir Dr .McCoy tomes had: from a
trip lo Hawaii, und Ihell the latter will
It was emphatically pointed out dur
ing the uieitlnK thut HiIh change of
plans did not mean that tlure was to
be any let up iih far iih thu campaign
Is concerned The work will ko on
Just the Hume, mid Attorney l.ymer
will he right on the spot If lie la
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hisrial lliilletln Curressinilt nee )
WAHIIINUTON, I). C, l-Vli. 2:!.-Tho
HliniiKly uiy.eil Secielary Msher tu' LONDON, Eng., Mar. 5. Two of the
ttlull 1 1 it'ii II fill liivi'tiitr lilu lime uf In. stuff rAfiettec uulm Wr nrrttiJ inx
Htiectlim In "llu, 1'anatn.t Canal iiiit.e. breaking window, and destroyina uroo- I ,,al,"',Jl UU"uU l,"'""K "' "10 ""
to two wuiiau Kiiiup anil are hiiojcci tu tuu
Mr, Klsher admitted this fuel In III"
(Continued on Page 7)
"Theio will bo no resignations In
the Hawaii Promotion Committee,'
TIiIh wuh glten out this morning In
the ( nurse of it brief statement frnlii
Chairman Zeno K. M)ern of the com
inllleo, In nnawor to n report yenter
ilay and this morning Hint Home reslg
ualloiiH might he forthcoiuliiK In tlio
committee iih Iho lesult of what com
mittee ineinbeiH Htty Ih the buiupurlUK
und emhariiKRiueut of that body by
the llmiilH-Amtilid-the-l'uclllc Club,
Hilled organisations, nnd A. II Kuril.
It has been known for months thut
Iho Promotion Committee und the
lliiudK-Aiminil Club could not work
together harmoniously, and mattefH
nppear to luive reached n crisis In the
last few ilayu. It la Bald hy those, who
mo Iii touch with tliu iiffulr thut at
every turn tlio Promotion Couiuilttcu
bun lotilid ItHcIf bumpered by Hit) olliei
oiganl.atlon. An reported In the
(Continued on Page 2)
NEW FRUIT FLY BILL
IN THE HOUSE NOW
WAHHINOTON, 1). C IVh, 22. -Tlio
HlmuiniiH fruit quarantine hill has
been leliitroduced in tho House Willi
in amendment priiUdliiK that it qtiar
tutlnu against the Mediterranean Hy
should heciiuio effect It o Immediately
in tlio passage of tho measure,
Tho new hill contains provisions to
which tho California delegallon oh
IcctH, hut It hopes Hint thu conimlltoo
iinemlini'iitH will clianito the nieitmiro
to thu form iphIioiI hy thu frult-Krow-
3i h. Another chatigu In the hill In tho
tuliHlltullou of ii "hoard" cnniosed of
llvo employes In the Dopaitmunt of
Kilcultnio to servo wllliotit comen
satlon for tho "oiiminlsslou" provided
In tho orluluul hill.
H. C. CARTER
erty have been sentenced
months hard labor.
EL PASO UNSAFE
(hlss'lal Hill I -iti, (-ill)... )
EL PASO, Tex., Mar. fi. Hundreds
of Americans are said to be preparing
to leave because of the Mexican unrest.
the isisHCHhlon of Hume HuwiiiiaiiH who
me now developing llieiu
ll was determined to not pichh a
determination of sovereignty tiisiti
dreat llrllaln until the value of the
I'aluorit Islands had been actually as-
Territorlal government. Hovorclt?nty ceitalned. Kur Hint re.iHon nil the
FOR RENT MARCH 1st.
12-ROOM ORICK HOUSE and 2-ROOM COTTAGE
Corner Qeretanta and Miller Streets
H. E. HENDRIOK, Ltd.
OFFICES) 2nd Floor, Merchant and Alakea PHONE 2G43
MAN I'HANCIHCO. Cll Mur. II.
Sugar Uti degrees teal, I &2e. I're
The probe of United Hinted District vlous iiiiotalloii. I .'r,e. Hcets; fcS muily-
Attorney HreckniiH Into the methoiN sis, K.s ;i:il; parity, S.2Ce, 1're
of esthnatluK valuation for taxation Moils quotation, IDs, ill -I'd.
put poses, wuh ih It en right homo In s s
the .Muhiikii situ ciiho this morning,
when II Cushnian Carter, trusteo of(
tho CuminhiH estute, wuh placed on the
stand und testllled under cross-exami
nation that while be swore to J'.'O.OOO
iih being the coircrt Milne for the laud
and to Slli.UOU as helng the right valu
ation fur the buildings, Tux AsseHSor
Wilder placed li valuation of JK'.OOO on
the land and 17.000 on the building;
ami thut tlually it compromise of $00,
Ooo fur Ihu wliulu inuptity wuh effected.
will not he i diminished to (Ireut llrll
aln. This conclusion followed a thorough
Investigation of the entire subject.
The matter vvils called to Hit) utlcu
tlon of the Stale Department hy (lov
emor Krear In a written cotniunnlra
tlon. lie sahl it HiUIhIi syndicate hail
seemed tiiilhorltj to occupy Hie Ih.
niids und develop llieiu. He ad vised
that Judge Cooper of Honolulu mid
others were Interested In tho propel ty
and requested Hint they he offered
Tho Palmyra Islands wero pro
claimed purl of Hawaii In 1882 uml
r.ot annexed to (Ileal lliitaln until
The attitude at first assumed by
State Deiiat Uncut oIIIcIiiIh was Ilia'
the Palmyra Islands weiti of llttlu
value, consisting merely of a locl'.y
Mirfaro, and useless except for Kitanii
deposits, and soveiclgnty was not
papers In tho case weru turned uvor
to the Navy Department with u le
quest that Home vessel be sent to tin
l'alnira Islands und Iho necessary In
humation regarding them obtained
Kur that reason State Deptrttuent of
ficials believe tho iirmoted cruiser
West Virginia wits sent from Hono
lulu to collect the required data.
Navy Department tullcl.ils mo no'
mi flank They refused to Indicate
the destination of the West Virginia,
hevoiid saving she wuh not hound for
either China or Mexico,
"She Is Just on a llttlu cruise, was
It The estate of tho late II. 1
St Ilaldwiu has been annralsed as Jt worth Miangllng over under any cli
tt valued at moio than six millions H cunistiinces. An InveHtlgathm dovol
U of dollms. n oped that tho IhIiiiiiIh did prnH?rly ho
lt The it'isjrt of tho appraisers ti long to tho Tenltory of Hawaii. An
tt was tiled In the Mnul Circuit it Biinouiicement was then niudo Unit
tt Couit Mime weeks ago. Thu it tho question of Hovoielguty would he
part of the wltiicHH hy an explanation j pilnclp.il holdings of tho estato tt taken up with Iho aiithoillles of (Ileal
iih to how he arilveil ut the llguiei, aie lepieteuled In shales of it llillaiu. It was fill tiler declared Hint
He ran Wlhltr, he Mild, uud asked tt stock In II. P. Ilaldwiu, Ltd. tt till due Insistence would he made to
(Continued on Page 2) ti it tt tt tl :: tt tt it ii tt it St It tt it R t letuiu Ibe Islands and h'.ivu them In
The statement was qu.illlled on the
Onli o ft be blggesi of real estate
deals this ear Is practically closed,
by which the Tient Triidt Company
takes over the leal estute holdings of
Judge lleurv u. Ciniimt In .Mnnn.-i val
ley. and will liauiMo the lots for u
third parly on Hie same plan us the
College Hills lots are being bandied,
according to report.
It. II Trent said Mils nllernoon that
the deal Is about clntcd, ami will bo
the only Information the Navy Dep.irt-I complete with tho signing of Ihn pi
mcut people would give out. I pers. The negotiations tire not only
Tho suggestion has frequently been for Judge Cooper's leal estate, Homo
made that the sovereignty of tho twenty-four or tvventy-alx lots, but for
1'nlmvrn Inlands will ho submitted tojhls handsome homo and the four acres
The Hague tribunal for detciiulnatlon.jnr ground with It as well. Tlio third
This would Illustrate the benefits of pally Ik not named, nor are the terms
arbitration among friendly nations 'of the sale made public, but It la rn
and ut thu same time settle a delicate mined that local capital Is doing Hie
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