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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
WORLD COAL STRIKE FEARED
HAWAII DEMOCRACY VS. "FREE SUGAR"
WASHINGTON, I). C. Kch. 29. The
hliurk occasioned by tin- niinonnco -incut
fiom Theodore Roosevelt that
lit was a catidlduto fur tho llcpubll
r.in Picsldentlal Humiliation IiiiiimumI
ilnn ii upon Ihu While Iloiiso anil Cap'
lliil building. It luiil been long ex
pected. Its coming ill tl mil acute the
siirprbc mid consternation iitillrlp.it
cil. So completely hail thp Intention
of llm Colonel been discounted that
the acute MliiKn of tho shock wiib nn
mom lli.in reached until the reaction
sol In. It did not require twenty-tour
I1111118 of study and contemplation to
disclose- thoso facts:
The Columbus sioecli of Col. Roos
evelt had weaned away moro fi lends
than his nuuouiiceiuent gullied hlui
Koine of his limit devoted supporters
roiiM not slietch their lojalty to the
extent of nccoptlng the declaration re
gal ding llm recall of Judicial deci
sions, ror that reason the candidacy
of Ihu Colonel added to tho strength
o Mr. Taff. It hud tho Immediate ef
fect of hilugliig Into unity und hur-
inouy all tho President's followeis
These at onco began a campaign r
activity whli.li promises nothing of
good I" 'the; opposition In tho Chicago
The two closest ft lends of Col. Rons
cvolt vere Senators Uidgo and lloiah.
Tilth Isiiued stutenients s'ilng they
could not k IHi him so fur as to re
call Judicial decisions. They would
icfiaiu from talcing any pirt In the
campaign. In that way Col. Roosevelt
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That Pnliiitrn Island Is still Ameri
can teirltoiy, mill fiirthcrmoio that
theio has been no attempt on tho pail
of (ileal Britain to grab Judgo Coop
ers South Sen possession, Is tho sum
and milistiinrn of newspaper dis
patches ri 0111 Washington and from
I oiidoii, published when uows of the
West Virginia's lllng trip to tho Isl
and became public property,
Willi" extiemo secrecy was main
tained at this end of tho lino after the
chiIm'i's leliiin, the Navy Department
made 110 mysteiy over her mission as
mhiii ai slio had returned, and tho
foimer Hawaiian pohresslon heenme
Hie subject of much Interested debate
both at homo nlul uhioad.
The two dlHp.itchcs given below tif
fin d a good lino on tho situation as It
WASIIINHTON, I). C, K0I1. 28.
The report of tho Navy Department to
the Slate Department uin the cruise
of tho West Viiglula to Palmyra Isl
and, which was found to bo iinlnhab
lied, failed to show that nny attempt
had been made li any other nation to
iihseit soveiolgnty over tills IhI.iiuI
which Is icgarded as being American
leiritory by virtue of IIh Inning form
ed a p.nt of Hie Hawaiian archipelago
LONDON. ling., March I. Piancls
l))ke Acluiiil, Parliamentary Under
Seeietary of Torelgn Arfalrs, In 11
tpccih In tho Iloiiso of Commons to-
dav said that Palmyra Island, In tho
Pacific ocean, had onco been sold for
a dollar ami that Its only Inhabitant:!
v.i'ii ciahs. Discussing the nows lliat
Hut Pulled States cruiser West Vlr
glnl 1 liad planted tho Stars and
Stilpos on Ihu Island, ho said flre.it
lliltilu had long since abandoned all
Inti'ii'Hl in It
Col. C. J. McCarthy, who announc
ed 011 Saturday his candidacy for tho
IVmocratle nomination for Delegato
to Congress, Is siiuarely opivoscd to
the "doiihlo convention" system which
will nominate the Delegate on tho
same date as the six delegates to tho
natiouiil convention nro named.
He Is so siiiaiely opposed to It that
this morning ho said that he and
those who 1110 Miportlng him. If they
coutiol Hie convention will adjourn It
until some date after tho national con
cIiivq. In a statement to tho II 11 lie tin
this morning Col. McCarthy outlined
briefly some of Hie plunks that may
be expected In his platform. Tho Mc
Carthy boom Is still In Its In fancy mid
so fur there has been no development
of detailed titans. Tonight some of
McCarthy's fi lends will meet to dis
cuss ways, means ami measures, mid
within u Tew ilajs the cump'ilgu tli.it
wilt opKiso I.. U McCandless' candi
dacy will he well launched.
The most Important statement as to
his iil.it form made hy Col, McCarthy
this morning Is that he will opposo
free sugar and will woik for 11 dele
gale Instructed to go to the national
convention and oppose fice sugar
"I nm unalterably opposed to freo
sugar and shall oppose It vigorously,'
said Col. MiCatthy this 11101 nlng. "I
iin In favor of 11 moderate lediictlou
of tho sugur Inrlrf a leductlon that
will sutlsfv those, who are agitating
the downward levlsloii of thu tuiiff,
and thus take It out of politics for
awhile and let tho sugur Industry In
Hawaii know uliero It stands" and
have a basis upon which to plan for
"I shull work, and I nm conlldeut
my friends will work, for tho election
of delegates fiom Hawaii who will go
lo the national convention und them
oppose flee sugar, and If posblhlo si")
that fiee trade, so fur as sugar Is con
cerned. Is not Indorsed.
(Continued on Page 3)
TAFT SENTIMENT SWEEPING HAWAII
WyRrf IHnl aRaBast SsslaBQaVVQC'' bSbbbbsbsbSH
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"For Taft From Start To Finish" Kuhio
"I mil for Tuft, first, last anil alvtnjx. That Is 111 ) Idea nf flip mirk nf an Instructed delegation," tuilil
Delegate Kulitii Hits iiinrnlng, when uskeil fur his liilerirelatIon of the Iitiii Instructed delegation.
"I ilun'l hi'lli'if iinjiiiii' who knows me has ail) duiilil of ni) attitude tin Mich iniitlcrM. I den'l go half
tut). Ami I Imto never gone hark on 111 ) mini."
MEN ENTER THE
TAFT LEAGUE BUSY
Announcement wus today made Ihut
11 eonip.'iuy Is being uigauUcd locilly
to build und operate a ccnlinl sugur
mill ut Sail Carlos, on tho Island of
Negios, P. I. Local capitalists, sev
eral of whom uio tho bonds of tho
huge sugui agencies heie, me to bo
the olllcois und directors.
This iioiosltlou, It will ho leculled.
was taken up by Alfred I). Cooper
over a jour ago. After preliminary
oxamlnallous and uegotlntious had
been concluded, 11 gioup of local cap
italists weio Inteiested and they
agreed to take the mailer up on con
dition that a favorable remit wus
inado hy Oeoige ltoss, who wus com
missioned to luiike a Ihoiough exam
ination on tho gioiiud.
At that time it was also agreed thai
upon the organization of tho couipanj,
which will ho named tho San Carlos
Milling Co, I. Id, and lucoiporutcd lo
cull), the following would servo us of
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FOR RENT MARCH 1st.
12-nOOM BRICK HOUSE and 2-ROOM COTTAGE
Corner Beretanin and Mil ler Streets
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.
OFDCESi 2nd Floor, Merchant and Alakea PHONE 2648
Tim 100-yard swim won by I)uk
Kuhtiiiumtiku In New ork Murcli -wus
not 11 national championship af
fair, as was geniuilly suppomd hi in
when hiU'f cable advices aunouueid
the winner It was nil open event, held
ut the City Athletic I'lub, in coiiui-c-Hoii
with thu 11atiuu.1l 11 la) cliiiinploii
shlps. 'i'iih New Yurk pupirs wlikh urilvcd
Iiitk 011 the Slhcrlu this morning tdicAv
that llule has hct-11 11 cliauge III the
ihaiiiionnlili svvlmiuiUK dales, v I1lt.l1
m lunula lor Huuolulu not having re
ceived thu it'Hillls The splints vveru
poatpoued, fiom I'eluuur) XX until
Murcli 12 und 1.1, and It Is tomorrow
that Duke will be Willi d oil tu inaku
Ills girat ellort In I'lileago. However,
us lie has nliernly been ihosiii tor thu
OI)inplo team, the strain Is not so
I The New York World or Pebruuiy
"The championship lommitlen of thu
A. A U. yesteiday di elded on huvrial
'ihuugeH In Hie dales for holding the
A. A I' sivlmiiilug ibiimiilnuslilp.s The
iimlchtH lire-now hiliuliiliil us follows:
I 'Ti binary 2.', i'iO yards, Pittsbiiig
Aitiiulle Club; Pibrnary it, f.uo jards,
Pittsburg AHiblle Association; Murcli
S, relay raie, City A. l; March 12, SO
yauls mid li.uk stroke, Illinois A c ;
Man Ii i:ij 100 jurils and breast stroke;
Munli 1C, waltr polo and dive at Pitts
burg A. A "
Duke bus won three lines In all
since he left heie. a fiO and 100-yard
event ut Pittsburg, mid the 100 at New
York above refeired lo Until at Pitts
biiig and New York be swam the 100
hi r,7 l-r., whkh Is '.' 2-t, slower thuli
Ills Ifluiid lecurd, while the SO lie cov
cud In IT. Mat
William II. Taft again Is tho slogan I
of Tuft workcis who tills week begin'
a Terrltorj-wlile campaign for the ie-
nomination and refection of tho coun-J
try's Chief Executive,
The Talt I.eaguo Is working slowly,!
but th's week marks tho beginning of
ncliiiil piecliicl campaigning on nn
organised scale In many cases tho
campaigning will undoubtedly bo
dune by the present Republican pre-
duct clubs, for tho Taft sentiment In
Hawaii Is an ovei whelming 0110 so fur
an the Republicans nro concerned.
Hut prominent members of the Tuft
League this nun nlng staled that there
will be 110 attempt whatever to uso
the llepubllcuu muchlnury already
created to further the Tuft candidacy,
except Insofar us It Is willing and anx
ious to hu used.
Taft men will head tho work; In ov
er) precinct In the Territory, Alrea
dy some of the smaller meetings nro
being lulled Tho Taft Im-lp" of tho
Thirteenth Preilnet of tho PlftllfDI.i
trlrt It was rcpnitcd" todny will organ
ize tomorrow night, und tnriuy claim
have already been partially formed
Nearly every afternoon Tuft league
meetings have been held In Republi
can heiillipiarters, .lucid building. Tho
meetings so far luivo been executive.
The Kiihlo-Krear controversy, In
which tho Taft I.eaguo was naturally
Involved, has mixed up the political
pie, but public meetings will shortly
hu held and the Taft League will go
Into the open In Its campaign for mi
liittiiictfil delegation tu the Chicago
convention next June,
MILLIONS GO 00T;
PRICE 18 LEAPING
I Assorlnled Prse Cabtf.l
NEW YORK, N. Y., Mar. 11. As a result of the labor disturbances in
the coal fields of many parts of the world, a world coal strike is feared.
I Ansnclllteil Preen Cable.)
BERLIN, Gen, Mar. 11. Two hu nored thousand coal miners have gone
on strike at the collieries.
(AlRiicluteil lrei.s Cltde.)
PARIS, Fr., Mar. 11. The coal m iners' organiiatlons here have voted to
participate in a day's strike demonstra tion.
1 ANHiKlilted Press Cattle)
LONOON, Eng., Mar. 11. The pr ice of coal has doubled here as the re
sult of the great strikes. It Is estlm ated that a million people are unem
ployed, besides the hundreds of thous ands of miners who have gone out on
(HikcI.iI Hu I lot In Cable.)
SOUTHAMPTON, Eng., Mar. 11. The trans-Atlantic liners St. Paul
and Oceanic have been withdrawn from their runs owing to a lack of coal
(or fuel. x
m 1 s
TWO ACCUSED SUGAR MEN PLEAD NOT GUILTY
(Associated freiut CnMn.)
NEW YORK, N. Y Mar. 11 H arned and Parsons, accused of being
Implicated in the frauds in underweig hing imported sugar, have pleaded not
guilty. Mayer, who Is ill, will be give n a separate trial.
(Klx-clal Hill let I 11 Cable)
NEW YORK, N. Y Mar. lie The State Supreme Court has affirmed
the sentence of the 8upenor Court of a $500 fine on the American Sugar Re-
finipg Company for refusing to submit ttt books to the grand Jury.
MEXICAN REBELS LOSE IN TWO HARD BATTLES
(Aixnrlnleil Vrnmn c?at.le.l
MEXICO CITY, Men, Mar. 11. The rebels have been routed In battle at
Torreon with a loss of 150, and at Cul lean with a loss of 200.
WARRING 'FRISCO CHINESE SIGN PERMANENT TRUCE
( APHorlnltMt 1'rrnn Cab to.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Mar. 11. The warring Chinese tongt, or to
clcties, have signed an agreement for perpetual peace.
( AftMucluteil Prm CablO
SAN DIEGO, CaU Mar. 11. Nineteen fishermen are missing here and it
It feared they have been lost in a hca vy gale.
(Hperllll till I let I ll Cable.)
MEXICO CITY, Max., Mar. lie-Ma-chine
guns have been sent to the aid
of the Madero forces. The revolution
is waning in the south.
'FRISCO FEELS QUAKE
(Bpeclnl till I let I II Cunle.)
SAN FRANCISCO, CaU Mar. lie
Seismographs here record a distant
(Hpecliil Unite til. Untile.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 11.
Congress today received a resolution
calling for the investigation of an al
leged baseball trust.
SALVERS OF STEAMER MAUNA KEA
Tho Men's Class of the First M. V.
church Is holding a debate on "Wo
man's Suffrugo" this evening III the
church nt S o'clock. Tho principal
speakers of the evening will be
Messrs McTuggart, Tosh, O'Neal, I!
A ltotiblus und I.. A Cooper A cor
dial Invitation Is extended to ull those
interested to attend. Soldiers mid
Sailors are especially Invited
Hnow Is reported to have fallen on
some of tho high slopes of Motokni
for the llrst time in many years. Tho
recent and unusually cold weather lias
been noticeable on the peaks In thill
putches of snow.
FLYER SETS RECORD
(HiwcUl Hull tin Cable.)
PARIS, Fr.. Mar. lie Tabuteau, the
well-known aviator, today flew 261
miles in 155 minutes.
(Hixcml llu Met In Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. II. The
SliDrtmH Court IoHaw hxnAmA elm-ir.
I decision upholding a patentee's right
to dictate retailers' selling contracts.
('iiiiliri'ssiuiin Wllsmi of Illinois suvs
he Is for ltooevelt fur President llrst,
lust und ull the time.
Powerful steiiiii pumps are today
siiidlng streams of watir from Hie en-Klne-ioom
will und thu after hold of
the Inter-Island steamer Milium Ken,
width iiiiitlnues to lie III u slanting
piiilllou partially submerged near thu
eutianee to the harbor chunnel.
Captain I'rederlck Miller, who Is gen
erally iiuueiled by shipping men ut
Hie purl to I'e one of the best equipped
salvage and winking exports In the
IhIiiiiiIh, Is In charge of operations.
Willi ll I in und representing the Inter
Inland Sliuiii Navigation Company In
the lliiculeun tusk of removing thoii-
sundH of gallons of water from the
compartments, me I'nptuln John F
llugliind and a force of men working
In xliiieil shifts both night and day
I 11 Is a iiiiiiiiiuii ntul task that eon
fronts the salvage corps, whu me
stiululng everv mive towards u spenly
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SAYS TULLY STOLE HAWAII PLAY
COL Z.S.SPALDING DROPS
IN FROMJHE COAST
Col. . S Spalding dropped Into
town this morning off the Siberia for
one of his two weeks' visits ill the
IhlaiulH Mr Spalding says he Is not
here ror mi) thing special He has been
very busj on the Coast. He looks
lining and luiirly He no longer holds
an) stm k In Hie Makee Sugar Com
piili, so he is Just lure on u visit.
Speaking of the I'alrchllds, C"louet
Spiildlug said that no sooner hlid Hell
iitur fit in ge I'lilrchlld reeuvired from
an utliiik of pneumonia than Mrs
i'lilrthlld went Into u New York hos
pital for an appendicitis ou ration She
Is making good recovery mid expects
soon to Join li r ihlldrin In (Icrmuny.
Mr I'uhililtd will probubl) soon hu
inn bis unj to the Uluuds
Mrs (Irani A IVndlir, well known
In Hawaii, bus created u st-usatloii In
mainland theatrical circles by bringing
suit fur I2S.00O ngiilnst Itlehurd Wal
ton Tully, author of the sutcesaful play
of Ilnvvull, "The lllril of Paradise"
Thu sensational part of Mrs IVnil
ler's allegations Is that she i barges
Tully with stealing the play from In r.
dei luring much of the plot mid Hi- sce
nic plans are her own The plus Is
ntivv running In New York lo large audiences
Toll) s inswcr to thu suit Is that
whereas Mrs Kendler did nut show her
plu) In fore Itioti. lie luld completed a
rough sketch und part of Ills play In
1'.mi7 und he brings In an ntllduvlt from
Mrs Hearst, mother of William Ran
dolph llriirst. lo rhow that In 1S07 ho
bail talked with her of this play.
Mrs IVudler retorts that ihu plots of
the two plu)s are too similar tu hu
mi re cnlucldi nee. Mrs Kendler asks
ror an Injunction restraining the play
ing of the Tully production
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