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l.tirllnc March l:i
For San Franciscol
I.tiillno Miircli l'J
Mnkuru March 27
For Vancouver: 1
Zculandla ....Marcli 20
Newspaper! are national advertis
ing mediums. They can tell any ar
ticle of merit from a paper of pint to
a $20,000 necklace, and the sooner mer
chants with goods to sell recogniie this
fact the sooner they will make sales.
Advertisers Know the Worth of Acttfertising
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1912. 12 PAGES.
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5183.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
W, ' a Jkw
KAUAI MURDERERS SCARE LIQUOR INFORMERS
46 UNION MEN UP FOR DYNAMITING
Charged To Russians
14 Rioters Are Held
(Special Ilii Hi! I In Wireless.)
I.I 1 1 UK, Mar. 12 - Willi fiiuilccn
pcimns Indicted fur murder in I hi'
llrxl degree, tin KcUiihu ilut case
mines up next Friday fur trial.
It In foreseen that thr Jury panel nC
Mi may w exhausted In nil effort tu
secure a Jury In tho case, because of
the illllli'iilty nf securing men eligible
All ir the eases u r Illicit lliiur sell
In;; have been dismissed fur lack uf
evidence. Tho failure t secure thocx
pivliil evidence Is iittrlhuli'd to frur
mining tlu witnesses us ii result of thu
murder uf the Japanese liifurmcr dur
I iik the Keluiliu rioting.
Thu outcome uf thu situation In ex
Thv im'ii iiiulrr Indictment arc Jup
ntii'M'. Tho murdered mnn wax n po
lice spy whii hud ferreted out some
"lilhiil pigs" uiid wax killed shortly uft-irweji'd.
LIKELY TO GO
The reelection uf Arthur (!. Smith
tin president and it decision that the
Ki deration hIiiiII take hut little part
In iictlvo politics ai n two Important
icsiilts predicted hy Civic Federation
leaders Inihiy fur it meeting of tho ex
ecutive enniniltlee that will he held
tomorrow afternoon nt 4 o'clock In
the I'uhllc Sorvlco Association head
iliiartei'M. The Federation with (IiIh meeting
will outer upon n now year. The ex
ecutive comiultteo names the olllccrH,
and KlainlliiK eiiinuillleeH urn to lie
President Arthur (I, Smith la fav
ored for reelection If ho will accept
tho ollicu again. The paut year kuw
many rcKiills accomplished hy the
Federation under his leadership. In
case hu leftist's to serve another term
llieie Is Home talk of electing to the
presidency J. M McChesney, now sec
ond vice-president and chairman of
the Talks Committee which has car
ried to a Hplcndld success the plans
for (lie .lapunosu garde iih In Niiuiinii
That the Federation should lake no
active part In municipal politics ex
cept ii general stand for good govern
ment Is the opinion freely expressed
hy many of thn iiiemhors us n result
ol tho "ipiestloniialrn" which showed
(lie nigmiUntlnn much divided on thn
snliject. Tho nienihers sate a largo
majority In favor of eliminating pol
itics fiom municipal elections ami for
(Continued on Pago 4)
Tho I'Viternl liumlgrallon Kervlea
nml thn Terrllorhil Hoard of Immigra
tion have humped Into trouhlo titer
tho presence heio of fifteen Iliissians
from the Kar Hast, who wore brought
hero hy tho Hoard of Immigration un
der Its lahor-lnipoitallou plans.
According lo good reports, the Fed
eral ilcpaituient has held up entry lit
the Immigrants until It can ho showii
that they arc not violating any con
tract-labor or oilier similar Keilcr.il
laws which urn round Immigration Into
the United States.
liiBpector-ln-Clinrgo ltlchard I,. Hnl-
scy, of the Federal service, said this
morning that he cannot make public,
tho exact nature of tho caso nor Its
picscnt status, as a special hoard of
Inquiry has been called nnd has not
yet mado Its findings pulillc. A num
ber of rumors have emanated from
IhiIIi sides, one of which wns that the
Immigrants were held because of
health conditions, hut when nsked
about this today Mr. Ilalscy said that
only one uiiiu Is Injlio hospital under
The Immigrants ranio here nt tho
Instance of the Territorial Hoard to
Join relatives or friends. They havo
heen held at the station for some ten
HE CAN'T HYPNOTIZE THE PEOPLE
' ' " 1 1 1
-&CM MCHplOUA' J5-0
MAHUKA CASE ATTORNEYS IN
CLASH OVER TWO-CENT ITEM
NEXT MONDAY TO
Announcement was mado this morn
ing; or the details or a big parade tho
Chlneso or Honolulu will hold next
Monday morning to eolehrato the es
tahllshmcut or tho new Itcpuhllc of
William II. Crawfuid has heen
named grand marshal of the day, and
yesterday completed tho order or pa
nolo and linn or inarch. The parado
llscir will he a gorgeous one.
Ill tho parado thnro will ho floats
and decorated automobiles. Tho Hags
of nil the dlfforcut Chinese societies.'
Including masonry emblems, will ho
displayed as the procession passes
through tho streets of Chinatown. Tho
members of the Wo On Society, wenr
Ing full regalia, will lako part In thn
parade and, taking nil In all. It Is ex
pected that tho celebration will he ii
Mitoi- ,1, J. Fern has ordered tho
Hawaiian Hand under tho leadership
of Capl'iilu I'niKcr to furnish the mu
sic. Four special mounted olllcers will
lead thn procession as It leaves Aula
Park ut II o'clock. The formation of
I bo piocessiou at the park will begin
ut In o'clock.
(Continued on Pago 3)
An Item of two cents nearly started
a tow in the Federal Court thlxmorn
iPK during the bearing of the .Mahiikn
silt ease before fudge Dole, nnd us It
uiis, Attorneys ItrecktuiM tied ProssiT
-napped ut mil' iiuotlier. The real es
tate experts hail illffvreil, and Hrcck
nns wanted to find nut the reasons.
He asked Klnicr I,. Schwurs!berg, who
valued the remainder of the Castln &
Cooke lease at $:i7.7:i:i.(i2, where thn
tun cents arrived from.
Attorney Prosser Intimated hi no un
certain language that there was no
need for such n foolish iiiestlon.
"I havo a right to ask the witness
without Interference from counsel," re
"Yes, hut It Is Just such silly ipies
thins us this that havo wasted thotlinn
of the colli t a I ready,'! Prosxcr put hack
"Well, It Is a perfectly legitimate
ipiestlou," said llreekonx, "and 1 In
tend to get the answer. Where did
pirn get that two cents from?" Hut
before the witness finally not ilnivn to
this stage, the midday adjournment
was taken, lie wilt unfold the story
to the Jury this afternoon.
Hubert It Itelilforil wuh on the grill
again this morning, being called its n
witness hy ("aMIc Cooke. Ills viilil-
iitlmi of the lease, which has still nine
(Continued on Page 2)
NOT GUILTY, PLEA
(AHNoclntid Press Cable.)
INDIANAPOLIS, led. Mar. 12. Charged with complicity in the dyna
miting plots by organised labor, In which the McNamara brothers were In
volved, fortysix men, most of them prominent labor union leaders from all
parts of the country, came up for plea today. They pleaded not guilty.
MEXICAN REVOLUTION GOES BUSILY ON
IHl'l.ll It II It I'll II Cable.)
MEXICO CITY, Mex., Mar. 12. Representatives of the revolutionists
have been sent to Washington. A foderat victory at Torreon is reported.
The marauders have been stealing Texas ponies from across the border, and
are active in Jalisco. ,
BEEF PACKERS LOSE IN ATTEMPT TO GO FREE
CHICAGO, III., Mar. 12. Federal Judge Carpenter today denied the mo
tion to dismiss the suit brought against the beef packers for violating the
BANDITS GAG JEWELER AND FAMILY; GET $5000
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Mar. 12. Gagging a Japanese jeweler and his
entire family, three robbers today looted the establishment of goods valued
at $5000 and escaped.
SECRETARY KNOX FETED IN SAN SALVADOR .
SAN SALVADOR, Salvador, Mar. 12. Secretary of State Knox was feted
FOR RENT MARCH 1st.
12-ROOM BRICK HOUSE and 2-ROOM COTTAGE
Corner BeretanU and Mil ler Streets
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.
OFFICESi 2nd Floor, Merchant and Alakea PHONE 264a
HAWAII'S BELT ROAD COST
STIRS SUPERVISORS TO ACTION
Declaring that the cost of the pro
posed helt-road sections on Hawaii, for
which bbls weie opened last week. Is
excessive, ami reglHteilng a hard and
ofllclal hick thereat, the Hawaii super
visors have passed resolutions, copies
of which reached Honolulu today.
As published hi the Hill let III last
Saturday, the bids for the road sec
tions were remarkably high, so' high
tbiiL, the available funds would ho
strifliicd, and Hawaii people were not
satlsllcd that the contracts should ho
let. A. A. Wilson was the lowest bid
der on each section, making u figure
of JUS.ORII.sri for the Walliakii-IIakalail
V'ctlnu, anil J 17, 'Jlli. H7 for the Holabola.
The resolutions of pretext nro us fol
I Whereas. Th bids submitted lo the I
, I, on n Fund Commission In and for tho
County or Hawaii for thu construction
:of three my" Inns of the belt road III
I this county en Thursday, March 7,
, llll:, evidently show that the cost of
IcoiiHlrui ting one mile of road exceeds
twenty thousand OIPi.iuiO) dollars, audi
in the lloluhola section tile cost per.
mile exceeds forty thousand (MO.fltlO)
(Continued on Page 41
Tho plans of A. I.. Hlack, former
Mayor of ilelllngliam. Wash., and a
hit; real estate operator or tho North
west, to securn a largo Walklkl llcach
tract ami develop a hotel ami tourist
resort have not heen abandoned, hut
have heen postponed awaiting action
by tho Territorial Legislature.
Included In theso plans, which In
volved tho expenditure or some $200,
ooo, wiib the securing of "Alniihiiti,"
tho late ex-Oovcrnor Cleghorn's beau
tiful and historic estate. Tho title to
this Is somewhat up In thn air. It
was offered to tho Torrltory for a park
under tho terms of tho cx-Oovornor'a
will, hut tho legislature after some
hesitation did not nccopt tho offor.
Mr. Black wants a clear title to
tho property, and It Is hoped that tho
mattor will ho deflultely'scttlcil when
tho special session of thn legislature
Is held this spring If tho session Is
Mr. Illack has returned to llelllng-
hain, hut has muilo arrangements for
representation hore, and thorn Is be
lieved to ho a good prospect that the
viiilona deals will go through.
READS TENTH COMMANDMENT TO SUGAR JURY
fAMoc!ntMt Pr Cable.)
NEW YORK. N. YH Mar. 12. Tho tenth commandment wn read today
by Judge Wle to the jury trying the sugar fraud cates.
MISSIONARIES IN CHINAARE FLEEING IN FEAR
CANTON, China, Mar. 12. Terrorised by brigands, many missionaries
! i i i
MAY SETTLE GREAT COAL STRIKE IN CONFERENCE
LONDON, Eng., Mar. 12. The conference to settle the great coal atrlke
was resumed today. The signs are hopeful,
DUS8ELDORF, Ger, Mar. 12. Twenty thousand took part In a strikers'
riot here today, In which many were injured,
m i i i
WOMAN TO INSTALL KINDERGARTENS IN CHINA
LOS ANGELES. Cab, Mar, 12. Mary Ledyard', the noted educator, will in
stall kindergartens in China at the invitation of the new government.
WICKERSHAM WANTS PATENTEE CASE REOPENED
WASHINGTON, D, C, Mar, 12. Attorney General Wickersham today
proposed that there be a rehearing in the case decided yesterday by the Su
preme Court, which held that patentees may dictate retailers' contracts.
TAFT TO QUIT PERSONALITIES IN CAMPAIGN
WASHINGTON, D. C Mar. 12. It was announced today that Presi
dent Taft has abandoned campaign personalities.
ce gale. Two men were drowned.
Thn American oil-tanker ltoseerans,
engaged In the nil-carrying trade be
tween the Pacific Const ami the Ha
waiian Islands for several years, Is
reported through u special c.ablo to
the local branch of tho Merchants'
IJxchniiKO as having gone ashore nt
Oaviota, California, nnd according to
lale reports would ho it total loss.
Tho American ship Kit I In ot Clyde,
a vessel also belonging to tho Asso
ciated Oil Company, Is sale.
SAN KIIANCISCO, Cal March 12.
Sugar: tiii-degrecs test: Previous
quotation, l.r.2 cents, lleets: 88 mi'il-'
ysls, 15s, .'Id. Purity, 5.21! conls. Pro-
vloiis ipiotutlon, ISs. fid.
( Special Mullet 1 1. liable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab, Mar. 12
The steamer Rosecrans is a total loss,
t Ansoctntrd 1'rfaa Cable.)
8AN FRANCISCO, Cat., Mar, 12.
The oil-tank steamer Rosecrans has
gone on the rocks at Gaviota In a fier
When YOU Think SHOES
Have I 1 The
& PR! MOJP ALEj MBr
Theso vessels are familiar flK'tros
In Hawaiian shipping The ltoseerans
last visited Honolulu on February .1
and sailed tho following day for (!av
Iota. She brought between forty and
flrty thousand barrels of oil for tho
local storage tanks. Tho last visit of
the Kails of Clyde horn Is recorded aa
on February 17th. Tho ship remained
hero until tho 20lh of that month. Ac
cording to a cable received hero yes
terday, the Kails of Clyde was sup
posed to have teached tho Coast yesterday.