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From 8an Franctacoi
Wllhchnlnn, Mongulln April 10
For 8an Francisco!
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Zcnhindln April 21
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5208.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
(Slxtl.ll lllllll'tlll Ciiircspoudcluc)
WAII.IIKI-. Apr a. Tin- elections of
nil Iti'piililli'iin precincts In tliM county
lor delegates l 111" Territorial con
vention nt Honolulu, thin iiuinth. took
place Saturday afternoon. There nH
strong opposition In sovcinl of the pre '
Incts, whlh1 In some there wcro hut
one nlate. I
Tlie Wiillue precinct has caused
smiic notour In till" district. Messrs.,
(corse Kiihnlokal anil C. M. W. Katuil
runt V. J. Coetho were caniliilaleH for
that precinct. It eems that the first
two mimes were not regularly noml"
nateil. iih their mimes were only for-'
wanleil to the secretary at the pre- !
edict nominating meeting without he- I
lug signed hy anyone or even being
seconded. Mr. Coclhn on election day j
argued before thi' Judges of election i
that he win- the only rcKiitur nominee
anil Ihrrefnrn they should cast otio j
vote for him mill dose the hatlot box. I
The Judges were of the same opinion I
ami mi illil When II II. I'eiiluillow ,
ami oilier WniluKtl Itrpnhllciin K"t
wlml of proceedings during the after-
(Contlnuid on Pag 4)
It Ih expected Unit iih the result of
a tlnal iTcnmiiionilitllon hy General
Macomb, tho portion of tho drill shed
lot rerntiiinrnilril hy thn Chealli.ini
hoard to he turned buck to tho Na
tional (ftiaril for an armory kIIo, will
become tho property of the Territory
within a few claya. All that In now
needed to complete tho transaction Ih
I'tenldent Taft'H HlRtiaturc, anil word
that this lius been ulllxed Ih expected
When tho Cheatliam hoard decided
that tho Kedoral Kovnrnmont cciuhl ro
ll aso a L'00-foot fiontnKf! on Hotel
Hlreel, rtinnlnR hack thn en I lie dis
tance to llerelanla, thn ehlef of tho
Division or Militia AITalrs, tliroucli
Celieral Wood, chief of staff of tho
arm), asked for tho opinion of tho
.IiiiIko Advocate Concral iik to whether
tho properly could betriiiinfnried hy
a simple executive, order. Tho an
swer was In tho nfflrtniitlvo, and a
draft of Hitch un order was returned
with the opinion. This order was
then sent to the commanding general
of this department for his iiuloro
ment, mid sonic weeks ago tlenoral
Macomb approved and returned It.
This Hovors tho lust link In the lung
chain of delays and formalities that
has held tho drill shed lot away from
tho Territorial government
LOCAL FIRMS BID
ON ARMY SUPPLIES
lllds for various army work and
Hiipplies were opened yesterday by
I'liptalu (lame, depot quartermaster
The he used at local poMs and sup
plied to transports will ho furnished
by th llawnllun Klectrlc Company
the sole bidder. Otllce towels will bo
laundered hy the Hanltarv Steam
Laundry. The laundry from trans
ports will lie handled hy the American
t-'leum laundry. These contract are
lor one year.
H. E. HENDRIOK, Ltd.
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA PHONE 2618
I HOT DDODTDTV
LUOL rnun.ni i
UNDER NEW LAW
'V 5' 'i 5 'V S S 5 ?
All properly on which there arc ilclluiiueiit taxes that have ac
crued since January I. I!i0!. and up to Dcceinher :ll. lull, will he "old
at the end of the llscnl year to malic up (he dellmpiency
All automobiles or power-driven vehicles whlrh lire not rcglstcr
eil and tagged lit the tax otllce and for which the owners have not
paid one rent u iound, will he snlxcd and Hold.
All government employes who are ilcliiHiucnt will have twentv
II vo per cent, deducted from their wages, starting from Mas 1. until
the dcllllilicuclcs have heel! paid.
v ! ! i
rollovviug the publication In tho
Hull ell n yesterday afternoon of the
llHt of delinquent taxpayers, the new
laws, passed hy the last legislature,
are to he brought Into operation for
the llrKt time at the end of the present
llscnl year. They are ery stiiugiut.
and especially ill view of the fact that
full power lies with the tax assessor
anil the eases will not ho brought Into
court iik hefpre.
NATIONAL GUARD MAY SEE
ACTION IN MEXICO SCRAP
The N'atlnnal Guard of Hawaii may
seo nctho service within tho next few
months. That three vast armies arc
to he ready to inovo simultaneously
into Mexico; that militln troops will
form the hack bono of the
force, nnd that Hawaii will
on for her sham of lighting mm is tho Sam.
Information contained In lato Wash- Three Great Camps.
ItiRlon dispatches to tho ("oast papers. ' So complete nro tho plans of Inler
Han Diego Is mimed as tho moblll- volition In Slnxleo hy the Hulled
zntlon camp for troops on tho Pacillo Stales Hint militln authorities In every
Hlopn and Hawaii, and whllo Colonel Klalo hnvo been Instructed us to how
.1. W. .lotics, ndjutant general of tho nnd whero Iholr troops shall bo mo
National Guard nf Hawaii, has recelv- blitzed.
ed no niacin! orders as yet, ho will
hnvo everything In readiness to luovo
troops as soon as they are called out
nnd a transport provided. Uist year
at tho time of tho Texas "maiicitvers"
PERSUASIVE LADIES; YIELDING
MEN; CLUB OBJECTS; TABLEAU
A lulhl neighborhood scrap, In
which tho women of tho Outdoor Cir
cle nro oxpected to bo unwittingly In
volved, Is duo for a climax tonight nt
llio meeting oi inn imiiiuuki, vtaiaiae
ami I'nlolo Improvement Club, to bo. by the chili," said this member, "hut
held nt the Knlmukl Mercantile Coiulf nil tho club could hnvo heard llio
iiany, ipersunslvo wny thoso Indies talked, it
llocutiso tho women of the Outdoor
Clrclo persuuded a committed from
llio club that Kuhikmin avenue should
bo parked, whereas the Improvement
cluh Itself had previously refused to
Indorse tho parking plan becnuso of
tho oxpenso Involved, llio little breezy
tow Ih being stirred up.
Tho delegation that wore persuaded
hy tho elo(iionco of tho Indies Is on
tho dcfetislvo In n way, but this morn
ing one of the lending members do-
HAN litANCISi'O. Cm. Apr 1 -Hugnr:
I'll degrees test, t 17c Previ
ous limitation, 4.t"!e Ileets: ks unaly-
j si,, 1.1s St-Sil.: parity, I 91c Pre
vious limitation, Its I
'5 ! !
i S &
... .j. .;. & vi. ? i. $ .. a
. DurliiR next June or July all prop.
I erty on which there are dellmiueiit
taxca that have accrued hetween Jan-
I unry 1. 19U9. and Decemher 111. 1811.
will he hoW after certain provision of
the law have been complied with. The
followlliR section of the act shown the
manner ui I'roccum n. .
'Mectlon U'fiUA. All real property. ,
o any interest therein, on which ai
(Continued on Page 4)
Hawaii whs called on for Hvo militln
olllcers, hut tho Magilalena llay'.lais
nncsc I real y scare died out, and noth
ing more vvns heard from tho Wnr De
partment. Now It Is not only officers
hut nn riiliro roRlmetit that is In ho
miiHlcred Into the service of 1'ncle
On llto authority of nn olllcer who
has seen these plans, tho slnloment Ih
nuido that sites for three, great camps,
" ul Mobile. Ala., another at ban
(Continued on Page 4)
dared Hint the women mnde nut such
a good case Hint the committee sim
ply had lo agree with them, and that
this is the defense Hint will bo olTcroil
nt llio meeting tonight.
"Of courso wo expect to ho ehlded
would hnvo rescinded Its own action. '
Another mntlor to ho brought up to
night Is tho taxation prospects. Tho
linprovaniont cluh members wnnt to;
ho suro Hint thero will ho no arbitrary!
Increase. Although an effort has
been mado to arouse tho cluh mem-
hnru bv .Inclnrltif- Hint tlivou Imvn linoti '
unjustly "boosted" cluh members this
morning snld they worn confident Hint
the mailer can ho straightened out all
light with Tax Assessor Wilder.
WEAR YOUR FEZ
: Illustrious Potentate Hodglus
!- leiiuests (hat ull Hhrlliers at-
tending thu Rlirlners' show to he
given at tho IIIJou shall wenr
their Shrlnor fez.
! !'! !! S-- ! !
DISASTROUS FIRE CAUSES
$200,000 LOSS IN BUTTE
(Associated rresN Cabin.)
OUTTE, Mont., Apr. 10 A fire
which swept through the business and
residence districts early this morning
has done $200,000 damage.
(Ass'Klated lr's Oahli- I 1
CHICAGO, III., Apr. 10. Returns ,
'om the presidential preference and
j other primarieo held throughout Mil-
Inois yesterday give Colonel Roosevelt
'a majority of 110,000.
Champ Clark, vigorously supported I
by the Hearst press, gets 110,000 over J
Woodrow Wilson. ,
In the balloting for gubernatorial
candidates, tho Democrats chose Ed-1
ward F Dunne over Samuel Alschuler.
Lawrence Y. Sherman is named for
United States Senator by 30.000 ma
jority over tho veteran Shelby M. Cut
lorn. URGES CANAL
TOLLS W W
i AsHiH-t.itf-d Pri-a owe ) (
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 10
Special Commissioner Johnson, ap
pointed by President Taft to took into
tho subject of canal tolls, today urged ,
the Senate that the tolls be fixed on
a low schedule.
(Hiseinl II a I l 1 1 u r'.dile )
qam mAMr.iQrn rai Ar...
The State Supreme Court has reversed ,
the decision ol the lower courts in the j
famous Claim Spreckela will case. The '
Supreme Court sustains Claus Jr. and j
Rudolph Sprockets as against Arinlph
and John D. Sprcckcli. The contest
involves J 10,000.
III I rT ITll I 1 n
Kll I HI KV ft M,
II II I III (H ,lr
(ir.ljLie-.L4 XJ I Uiaa
(Special Mu I If l . n runlr I
CAN FRANCISCO, Cat, Apf. 10.
The schooner Americana, which sailed
from Newcastle for San Francisco and
Hawaii on December 4 with a cargo of
coat, has arrived with the story of a
terrible tragedy, On January 27 Cap
tain Denson was killed hy the Jap
THIRD HOME RULE
IKlsdnl II II I I i t I II r.ilile 1
LONDON, Eng., Apr. 10. Premier
Asquith will inaugurate the third Home
Rule campaign In the House of Com
mons with a speech tomorrow.
REBELS IN CHIHUAHUA
(Hiseliil Mil I let 111 Cable.) ,
MEXICO CITY. Mex., Apr. 10. The '
rebels are concentrating at Chihuahua.'
GRAND JURY SAYS STEEL !
TRUST DIDN'T DO IT
ssm-lated Press Cable.
WASHINGTON, D. C Apr. 10. The
Federal grand Jury which has been
inveitinatlna the destruction of naoers
Important to the government's suit
aualnst tho steel trust has exonerated
I the trust from maliciously destroying
Association will hold
a meeting tonioriow afternoon at 3
o'clock at which Heel elurj II P. Wood
of the liiHinbcii of Commerce Willi
make an address A full attendance is
Iill'i: IIIITIM.lt VI'll III' Kit. ll(J J'lMI
News has been receded hy local Chinese tli.it Dr Wu Ting I'.ing. Torni
er nilnlsler to the Itnltod States, will become Ambassador fiom Hie new
I Peiitthllc of China to Hie I'nlted Hlales Tho anuoiinceiiieiit of his np
' polnlmenl and deiarture from China Tor Wnsliliiglmi e upecled at any
'lime lie will pass thtoiigh Hoiiolnlii, It is said, and will lie given a big
HEALTH AUTHORITIES TO WAR
AliAINST OLD TENEMENT
Determined efforts are to hn mndenlmoMt imiuedintf.lv i:o that Hiore wilt
by the health authorities to have llio
tenements and other promises that re-
'l'""- a llcenso cleaned up by tho end
of (ho llscal scar. If tho buildings are
,,, u,lellllr, , u,orn WH l,0 many
shut, as no license will he issued.
When Hie time came around Inst tale expiring and a lenewnl of it lie
jcar for issuing licenses llio whole lug refused. 'I his is tho tenement
force of Inspectors win put on the known im llaleknuwilu In Kakaakn
Job, filling In tho ropoits as to tho and which is ni tho present time un
sanitary roiidlilons of Hie places with- dcr lenso to All l,oong.
In their Individual Jurisdiction. This liosides Instituting thn new system
was found lo he most unsatisfactory, of Inspection It is understood that llio
as In mum cases repons were handed men will make more stringent cxiic
In on which licenses were granted, Hops and that nnv of the owners -ir
wheieas later It vvns found thill they occupants who do not como up to iho
should hnvo boon closed down.
This year n different method has
been pursued I'our of the besl men
have lieep ilelnlloil for tills work and
they will Inspect im rv licensed place
In tlio cllv Tliev nn- to lie sent oat
Miss Chiirlole Huse, sweet heart efi"
young .lames A. Iliirlon, Hie drug-rlcrli, J'
who killed himself Inst Snnirdny nlgl.i ' 'f
III n lit of Jealousy nnd weakness from
henrl-iroulde. left this morning for, '.
tho Coast Oil tho meilMlhlllp Slorrii.
Hefnro going. Miss llusp declared
Mint she was nnUous to got uvvny
fiom Honolulu and could not bear to
j "I can't feel Hint I am lo hlatile for
Ills death, she said, and yet I lenl
very deeply Hint
the tragedy micht
hnvo boon averted,
Sim wiih accompanied hy lior chum
and roommate, Miss Novvktrk. Nellie
er experts lo return here. It Is mild.
WU iinu rrtNUl
ho plenty of time nnd tho license can
ho Issued nlHi llio b-Klniiiiig of tho" w"' "'" "HVB '" rr,lll'o
year. I l'''"V .m' .'"n ,
One of Ihe worst dac.m In (ho clt I I'e .lll.,u dolbo stock dlvM
Is lo he pull. imp at tho end of the 'f'"1"1 ,a," '""" "' '.'"' "'" , '
year, the tease from II. n lllidinp Ks
required standard will be icfused a li
Special attention is lo be directed
Itgniimi Hie lelielllellls ami all M,e m.
""vi u luoniieii im in sia-UM-
will lime to lie put In.
iWAIlER WANTS IT
Mr (1 .1 Waller whdies It und
erstood that he Is a candidate for
te-electlon us .National Commit
teeman for the Dcuioerntle party
It seems that the Impression
has gone ulirouil Hint Mr. Wnllor
does not care for tho position,
v and 1.. I, MrCandlCKS has como
out strong for John Wilson ns
1- the National Committeeman. Mr.
Waller will nsk tho Deiuiier.iHc
convention for io-olectloti.
'! ! : !
Haul I'orclrii, (he Portuguese niaes-
tro. will glvo his last eoncort nt (ho
I.usltmia hall, on tho ltith, from 2 to
i p m. Tickets on salo at Peters'
iv im is itioi uti:i) nut
(OMMriK'MI. in II.HIVG
! On W.nllki sub- of I'oit street.
! 111 -eifiim ul fit)' future do-
! velopiin in
: Must lie erected on ground to
J- lie owned bv Viuimerclal bodies.
Should have llrxt-lloor space
for Stock Kxchiinge and Promo-
t- -I- -J- -S- - J- -S- -I- -ft -t -8- fr "S"
Decl.iruiK In tavor uf i. commercial
tiuilllni; on tbe east side of I'ort
street and in line with the clt'K fu
ture liiislpi is devi-lopmeut, and de
i larlna alsci ror ow nerslilp or Imllil
in! .ind grounds In fee simple, repro--inliiltves
of Honolulu' commercial
lorilis met tills uioriilng and got "down
to lra- ta U" nn the proposed Htruv
tin. that lias been talked or for years.
Alter an hour's dlsriiHNliiii. the bus-niii-i
men pres, i i nt the meeting In
Ih t linfiihcr or i i ninerce passed un
amended iiioIimo -bi. It eliminates from
1 (Continued on Page J)
Uliiiloi. or th, ciahn ll.ulu.n
laud Co v.stiriliv lield n meetliii;
and decided to pl.ice before Hie Htn .v
holders a proposition of Increasing h
. apit.il stocl, frnm tl.O'.O.nofl, Its pr .
inl -IjiIiih. I,, lis uuthorltrd Unlit !
,. Men i en
Tlie slotfklnildera will vote upon the
Miiestino at a meeting to be held b-
fore the nil of Ibis month The new
stock will be distributed pro rata U
It is decided In Issue It.
Tlie coiupanj's pist year wan a most
successful one. and there (a hope, thut
'" ","l' "' ""' '"''reased rnpltaimntlon
n uiu inn iihvh iii i.-iiiice ua w ii- r
am lal movements
here for somo
tfio'iii rubber nous fiom Hie Mnlny-
slan pi-intatloiis has been received hy
...,. viorbouse Comnaiiv
, ,v., u .. .,,,h. I
ninil iidvlces. were expected to run a
Mule less' than the February output,
because tho tj-ois were wintering.
tig n siibhtntiiliil Inrreuso
over Pebiunry. The ylold In poiilids
ns icpoi'tod hy rnblo now Is:
I'll limit; S.Mili 3,3'JS
Tun Jong (link 2.MU :i.:i:i2
l-'or Hip-thron inonlha I'alianv; yield
ed 1ISST pounds, and Tnnjong Olok
yielded !i0f3 pounds.
The prlro Is n link) bettor than It
lias been, In fact, almost two cents a
pound hotter than tiny other returns.
Tho price Is thut lerelved at tho Sin
gapore mictions, conducted hy thn
tiianihor of Commerce tliero and
which mo attended bv buyers.
laiiul Commissioner Joshua I),
Tucker held u long conference with
the Covernor this morning during
""" '""' 'a1'" matters wore up for
discussion. The Governor stilted (hut
" wag "'' iletnlled work and thuru
ns nothing tn glvo out.