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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5231.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 7. 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
FRESH TURMOIL BREAKS IN MEXICO
V Ufl n RAILROAD HASN'T JOINED ARMY RIDING TEAM
I nULU AH S S fft PBflTKTMflV iW)T COMPFTF
Hi Kl tJ v v iv lUki i iiif i '' r m a m am
tlic American-Hawaiian, Hon linil come from llio inllwny roin
Steamship Company gave initlce.
weeks riK" tlmt It does not Itiloml to
be IiiiiiiiiI liy tho frelRliMiaiullliiK leg-
illations enfoned hv-tho Hoard of liar-
lior Commissioners, It now appears
1 1 lull (lie steamship coniimny'H till limi-
nun lint iiri-ii m no ixaciitni unccLMnuilp will be fully ho! forth In tho
itlm Oalm Hallway Company, from; exportation, mi'l tomorrow 'a mooting
which Ihoslonmshlp company gets thel"'" probably bring mil some dovoloi
use of IIh wharf, hns not entered a
. slmlliu' protest.
"As far as wo can observe, the rog
iilniloiiH In (heir piacllcnl cITcct nre
being observed Just ns they wore lip.
line the Atnerluin-Ilnwallati Cop pany
out lis IhU noilcc," said tlin Scoro
Tl.ni ll" rallioail coinpanv'K own a'
1 Tin- railway company has not lu
Ifoiincd the Commission of any such
incuts, although this point Secretary
Uoindl would nut iIIhciiks when asked
as to what would coinf up.
T1k Commission tomoirow will also
open bids fin tlm new Queen street
A rrpoit has come lo Siliollotd liar
racks M.at nl I lie eleventh lioni, wlih
men and equipment lead) to slop
nhiinul l lie HaiiHporl for the voyage to
Honolulu. tli 1st Infanliy will be held
on the mainland awaiting further de
velopments In the Mexican Hlliiatlon. '
This news comes In a private let(cr
to an oillcer at Sehollold from an olll-L
cor of I ho First. The writer says that
nt Vancouver HarrackH, Wash., at tho
time of writing, the onicers were hy
no nieai'B sure that orders would not
be anco!eil, anil that unless inntterH'
on the border quieted down such oc
lion was expected. As tho Mexican
situation grows nioio serious every
day, a table staling thai the Milling,
of the I'irst had been postponed liuh fi
nitely would pot come as a surprlso lo
Army ollkors hole bellme that If tho
luilti'd Slales Intervenes In Mexico,
mid throws tioops across llio border
to proteit American Interests, nn army
of at least 50.noti men will bo rushed
acioss tho line,
policy, said Secretary i:. A. Hermit this, bulkhead whaif. A set of til Is for ibis
morning In answer to a question. Ho; viote opened a few days iiko, but nrlo'
was asked If the railway company had a Supiomn Court ruling on teclmlcall
liiformed the Heard that It would not lies were all thrown out. In n.ldltlou
be bound by the Hoard's regulations,' to the wharf ihe tenderii for the biilld-
and reiillod that (lie eompatij had not lug of ihe shed are bIho Ineliiilid In Hut'
and that the onlv notice of such lnten- list to be opened tomorrow. I
1 OF YALE TELLS
HIS SEA-FARING TALE
the Hiaud and Micst lotted him about
"PlilliOllflirC Tr3tTip" ''' kuowledgo of the Injuries that Kill-
r:.....r. I. On,., nil uivun receiveii aim me eirciimsiaiiceH
rujuicb in ocwttii
siirroiindltiir tlie case.
CaSG. To strong points wero mado Vn
i I'rancls's direct examination. Ho
Sidney It. 1'raticls, son of David It. sworo Unit to tho best of his belief tho
Francis. cx-Oovernor of Missouri, ox- chain which Is said by tho defenso to
mill will lit) rimnu H . . ., 0rlnr. nrnalilmit of bo tho SIUllO chain as that which hrokoi
oss mo me. i nu u ouinmiuiii u i.-vonsltlnu. was tho con. with Sullivan, is not tho chain, and, That tho United States will proba'dv
n.'...'..".! !KihJ ' ?,rL?,n,l Hi i , i , 11! '" r "ttructlon on tho waterfront that the chain which broke was inuclii back dliwn on the proposition or send
liienii that the organized lnllilla would . , ,. , ..nrn ... ,.. n...... ii .winrn.i . Inc an armv rldlne team to Stockholm.
....... ... .... .... . ... ...... . . ---,. ..-., -.
to competo In the Olympic games and
that in consequence Honolulu's ropre
bcutative on Hint team, Lieutenant
YIELD TO GOMEZ
( imrCl itl',1 lfriMS Cltilo )
CSCALON, Mex., May 7. General Oroico, the rebel leader, haa now re
fused to recognize the provisional government established by General Go
moz, thus adding to the turmoil into w Inch the revolution has plunged
(S. Lit II ii 1 1 1. . I n ( 'ii l,w- )
MEXICO CITY, Mex, May 7. A decisive battle is expected to the north
of Torreon at any time.
Mex., May 7, General Orozco has telegraphed to Gomez to
MRS. EDDY'S WILL HOLDS
(Sprlal 11 ii I It t 111 Cut. I- I
CONCORD, N. H., May 7. The S tate Supreme Court today handed down
a decision in the noted case Involving the will of Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy,
the late Christian Science leader. The court decides that her will, bequeath,
ing two million dollars to the Doston church, is valid.
Crack Army Rider, as He Appeared in Local Polo Contests.
polo, but hard luck
IUI1U1UIB US il ... ,,..,. , , ..... .. ,
on the ground that tho - .- V.. ? u ", "" " .l "-"
rii tin s ii v 1 1 u iiiiii i iiiiiu riuui to tu
II (lie necessity arose for Ketllm;
troops Into Mexico, Washington would
not hesitate to construe the hostile ac
tlon of the Mexican fedurals as a
cause for war
ends, beliiK the piotecllon of American
Ihos and pioperty, would Justiry the
inoiins. If such nn army was mobiliz
ed II would need all tho regular troops
mailable to form the backbone of the
army of luvahion.
There Is no chance, however, of any
of the oiKauUatlons In Hawaii seelui:
senlee. Tho War Department mlKht
delay the seiidliiK of additional troops
hole, hut It would not weaken Its plea
for a Kjentli Increased Knnlhon on Oa
lm by wltlidrnwlui; tioops aeluully
Quekcmoyor of the .1th Cavalry, will
return without IjoIiik Klen his chaiic.
.. ,.- ll-.l . ...! .......... tl.n ,tl,n inuilllllh.
. , ,7 i Z n Vounu Francis was called to testify .the link that two way was more than
present laws, thts cannot lie done un . ., ,,, . ... , . . ' i.nir ...,.. .i.nni,
.. .. iim,. ,r lr ..xlsis Close stu. In "10 llbpl e,lU 'i'Kt by Seaman hair-woru llirmiRli.
loss a stati :"'?,! 'nirLn M.nt K"'k Sullivan iiKiilnst the Hlilp Kd- He declared also that Ko lyama. a
dents of International a airs say that ,, ... .7,... ... J, ,, , , ,i.,i ,i, .,i ,.,i
,,.,.tlV l.r.lS., f..r L'Ptlllll! """' "". . """" r...i...n. . ,, -,.. "". .....v...
Diinoiit nml CiMiriro I), l.lttle. I m tbreo Mm t'nii uie riKKinc nan not ueeli ov-
" : ..--.-----.----- .,..., .,.,.... , . . ,
tiainp millionaires. shipped from inauieu sinco ne, isoji)nma, uati ueen. in uiieiiiniiou.ii eoiiiiieiiiiun. ii uie
San rranclRco to Hawaii. Georue LIU aboard. .bad news recently leteHed tn letters
Tho arBument of the plalntllT In tlinito Seliolleld liarriuus. i nere is sun a
(Continued on Pago 3) j chance that the funds to send the
1 '""' abroad nun be ial-'d l priaie
" " iudlvlduiilB, but Its mule limn llkel
! I lint l.liuiii imni (jueke'ii.'M r will som
bo seen on Ihe local polo lb Ids again
MEN AND MULE PLUNGE
This Is Kood for
on the olilror
It was some months nno that Queke
meyer was ordered lo report at Fort
I.eaenworth. Kansas, to prepare for
the Ol) tuple ridliiR competitions. A
few weeks aia It wus found that the
."illon uskod of CouKresB lo tluancc the
'iia8iou was not forthcomliiK, ami it
looked as thoiiKh the came was up.
Prominent sportsmen In the east, how
ever, decried the thought of America
wlihdrawlni.; from the rldliiK contests,
ami KiiKKosted that the inoue be in Is
d In public Biibserlplloii This is the
ptcxoiit sliiHis of Hie ma' (or
(Himl Hull i-1 1 ii i'iI.I. )
BALTIMORE, Md., My 7-Roosevelt has sixty-six delegates to the
Stato Republican convention. Sixty-five are necessary to control.
Clark has 81 and Wilson 44 of the Democratic delegates.
CLARK COMTROLS STATE OF WASHINGTON
( Hu rml II u 1 1 r I I n r-,,tii,. )
WALLA WALLA, Wash., May 7. The Clark forces are in control of
State Democratic convention.
SENATE AGREES TO ENORMOUS PEiMSION BILL
(Hiscini null. 1 1 n ''ii. i. i
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 7. The Senate has agreed to the conference
report on the penrion bill, which calls for an average increase of $22,000,000
a year for five years.
OVER UNPROTECTED WHARF FROM $4,500 TO MERCHANTS TD
FLOOD REFUGEES MAY BE STARVING
Two Japanese sailors hcIoiiKliiK to Imlty to the striiKKllliK and floumlcriiiK'
llio crew of the Inter-Island steamer mule. The Nipponese tunudy Hi ruck
Klnau had a close cull from rccclWiiK out for the bulkhead and valued the
serloim Injuries though they did not. slioro In safety. I
escape a diicklni; this niornltiK. I Chief Oillcer Muuslleld Immediately
Tho Honolulu llraylne & Construe- loweiod away a urapplo and tlioucli he
Couiinnniler lutiKellne Booth, lend
er of the Sahallon Army In America,
hailed for Kuropo on the Maurcltinla.
She had planned to sail sooner on tho Hon Company now mourns tho loss of siicieeded In hrliiRlni; the out lit to tho
steamship Titanic. la valuable uiule, besides havliiK lo llq- suirnie, the mule hail passed iieyonil,
i i Initiate tho cost of repairs lo n heavy UuyIuk the Coiistriirllou A; Draylni! .
Ilewlldered by a heavy fo and tho cart and make Rood the loss of (jnil Couiiauy lo niouiii lis loss, to. say' 4.
nolso of a frelKht train which had Just hro brick throiiRh on accldeiiL which nothing of tho driver. .;.
cone by, il-yenr-old Clorlda Terreault occuried on (he Klnau whaif audi Tho Klnau wharf, as all other struc- 4.
was struck by a passencer train nt biouRht n larRo crowd of spectators lures of similar nature In this pott, .;.
Newmaiket, N. II., nml killed. .to tho scene. I has heietofore been prnUded with 'a .j.
I Chief Oillcer OeoiKO Manslleld of "envy and substantial Kiiard tall. Snmo, .
"llmiKry IIokuii," a well-known cnb- n, i,vini..i- Klmm also tln.ls that be mouths bro, It Is claimed, the llarbot a
$10,000 IN FIVE
TAKE UP CANAL ss
(Askui 11,1 I J'r, j- ( ilil 1
BATON ROUGE, La. May 7. There is still much dander here from
floods. Scores gf refugees h ave been brought in in boats. They
y that a hundred more, imprisoned on the housetops, are in danger of
starving in case they are not drowned. The situation is still appalling.
NEW ORLEANS SAFE FROM FLOODS, SAYS BUREAU
Ten thousand dollars Is (ho
price (hat whb paid. yesterday by
the California I'ced Company for
the old l.uther Wilcox home
stead of about K000 square feet
on Queen street near Alakea,
nli.l thereby ham's a Into of the
Is Mi., lien, nf llio hour be.niiso of tho Commission ordered nu examination a ,i,L.ress of Honolulu.
1 for tho Democratic nomination promptness and valor ho displayed In f " l'W"K which supports (he super- -tw (Juurdlan Tiust Coinpiin's
CoiiRreSH. Ho wus put up as a uttemptlUK to rescue tho equlno strtiR- stnictuio. Tho Riiauls wero removed .;. mi j.slulo deiailnien( bus had
It. ,1 I'KHS C.ll.l. )
That the Moichnnts' Assoclalloti as ... NEW, ?"LEANS, La., May 7,-Tho weather bureau has predicted that
a whole will take up nt a special meet- ther" w'" bo no 'ur,nr """ ,0 ,vve" th" "ood nd tnat thr ' 'y In
Ins tho matter of rnllroad-nwned ships. ,B".
passlnt; IhrntiRh Hie Panama Canal was
liinu of ChlciiRn, was elected 11 candl
Joke, but beat another candidate by a
majority of lli.000.
L - -
L.11.11. in iiu, wni..r nf in., bnv. at that (imp, mid nave never noon n-
A cart loaded to lapaclty with brick placed. It Is Intimated that (ho Teirl
was backed olT (he Wnlklkl side of (ho "rial Hovei nmeiK may bo In Hue to'
Klnau ulimf shoilly Heroin 'J o'clock' I ecelvo a claim for danuiKo beiause of
Ibis mornliiR. and, desplto prompt of. Hils lack of protection.
forts to cxtrlcntq llio animal, the uiuloj
soon slrnnRlcd and floated to tho sin;
.m... it .1.., linrlirt. 'Oltn ntlttnnt lift
,M,t- w ,w ,iu,uw, . ,.u ., I
camp lefroctory anil despite the eflnrtsl
lot tho driver to provint It persisted Inl
lnckltiR daiiRorously near tho edRO of
i Finally, almost without 11 word
warning, cart, bricks,
ON PALMYRA'S TITLE,
Tho petition of .IiuIko Henry II. Coo
per for title to I'almyra Island was ro
of turned to Circuit JuiIro Whitney to-
nml mulo wero day by 1. I., Weaver, oxanilner of title,
In tho water uml in their dement the1 with an unfavorable report. Whether
outfit knocked two Jnpaueso snlloid tho report will bo accoptcd by llio
from n scnftold suspended from the, court Is unknown, some llmo bchiR re
Klnau anil they also wero preclpltnted, quired for u rovlew of tho facts set
Into (ho wnter nml In dntiRcrous pro forth.
the statement of President A. .1. CIr
! noux yesterilnv President (IIriioux
said that he would call a meptltiR of
tho Roneral membership either lute
! this week or ail next week.
A The mntlor Is befoie the people of
Hawaii actlvelv iIiiourIi the nlaiis of
tho I'm llio Mall Steiiinshln Couiinuy
to add a number of Hplumlld now Mil
ers to Ihe preont seivlco movlded
feieil to 11 local Imcslor for v, CotiRroHS does not iniss a hill that will
$1,500. The Investor sneeied a( prevent rnllroad-owned ships from us.
(lie ptoposltlon, biiIiik that tho ! luK tho canal. The Chamber of Com
plice was altoRotaor too IiIrIi. merio Is tnliltiR the mailer up, It is
The (inference between $4,500 stated, and tho Merchants' Assocla
and $10,000 repiesnats (ho protlt tlon will do so Immediately,
tho Investor would have iiiadp S-, "This Is 11 very linporinnt mat(er in
laid he shown conlldenco In (ho ! deed," snld President (IIriioux jester
future of Honolulu ! day, "nml one dial Ihe Ronoinl mem
V liorulitii uli(,iit,l t.nuu ,,,.,, "
cliiii'RO of this property tiinco tho
death of Mr. Wllcjv Aliout llvo
ears uro (ho property wus of-
SECRETARY OF STATE KNOX GUEST OF 'FRISCO
(Ass.h I..I..1 IT.XS Cubic ) ,t
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., May 7. Secretary of State Knox Is guest' of
the Panama-Pacific exposition today and will deliver-on address tonight."
KANSAS CITY BREWERY MEN STRIKE FOR RAISE
( -,i, I it I r -- V il.le
KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 7. Fourteen hundred brewery workers here
have struck for a r.aise in wages and a reduction in hours of the working day.
, ;. ., ;. .j. a a a a a
WANTED-600 COCOANUTS TO PLANT
H. E. HENDRICK, LTD.
Merchant and Alakea Phone 2648
Winded-Six bundled sprouted cu
' Tho Outdoor Clrilo of tlto Kllolianii
Art Lcuriio Is today nppealiiiR t ) tho
public spirit of Honolulu to furnish
' cocoaiuit plants for tho Impioiomont
1 of Kalakaua avenue, In which (lie Cir-
1 ilo Is much interested and Is taking u
TliioiiRli tho aihertlslny cnliimus.
LONG FIGHT ON
"TOO MUCH MOTHER-IN-LAW,"
SAYS HARRY DRUNS, WEEPING
SAN ntANClKCO, Oil
; lli'its. SS umilysls, i;i u I
I iSTe. Previous quotudoii,
A A A
, May 7.
13s. 7 l-2d.
"It's a ease of too nun h
law. I don't wunt n dlvor
a ri'ioiiolililllim. Thai's win I 'i biro
to IlKht this suit."
HikIi was the dicIai.itloTi "( Hurrv
a a a .. j. a a a A a 4. a V llruiis. dt rriidjiit 111 lb' .llvri. Milt
brouKht by Mrs. Mlldinl Hums, the
1 tlm chl'f wilneft
r t.-tlinony 'entered
I'i'twei-n 'icr-i.'lf 11 nd
n whli Ii -b repealtd-
of Ihe II u 1 1 0 1 1 n today the ladloR
of tho Outdour Clrilo inake their ie
quest An) one liavltiR a plant or any num
ber of plants to donate toward tho
beautillcatlon of Kiilakaua nvcnuo
should telcphotio tn any member of
tho rol owIiik Outdoor Circle: 1
Chorlllu I.. Low ley, Anna C. Cooko, pany'i, iiuitrait on bolt-ioad Heetloii
iJiiira I). Sliornian, Ida Waterhouse, N. - wus (hu r.-pnrt today, iilthough
Kadierlno 13, II. Cux, Kuluniaiiu Waul. H ioul.1 nut bo leanud that any for-
has prai II. ally
do. isloli of the
dtchli d to
I Fund CoiiimisHliMi to eiineul tho com-
1n.1l steps have yet been taken.
The IlKht Klves every pronilso of
h.ildliii; up belt-road work on (ho Is
land Indetliiltely. The legislative lip
proprhitlon for tho work has now been
available for ninny mouths, and stltl
the road has not been stalled, nor has
the llrst section even been started.
Tin- loan fund loiuuilnalnn canceled
Ihe contract for the work becaut.o of
u Supremo Com I decision llndlliK llaw
In the proceeding" under which (ho
l)rs(, and similar, coutrart was lit.
by Mrs. MIMi
evidence hi which was t.iki 11 luiliy
before Circuit Juclf.' VVIiilni '"he
statement Riven innve uiih mado I'
newspaper repmuii durliiK the ninrii
Ing recess, and llruns, who I- well
known here .iiul bus a host of frleudi,
broke dniwi mid wept as be riluttl
Ills (ale .it iriiiible, brought on, hesjl.l
by hik wife's mother, JI-s Annie
Mrs. Smith, who until the estrange
ment of husband mid ulf.i had resided
at (ha llruns homo when she will nut
111 the bo-iit I v
at the luoniiiiu -
The bulk ot 1 ,
around qimrr. I
ly narrated at I. iirth ..n dtru"l ex.im-
illation, niimrriiiis .tiil.-inrnts made by
llruns to the .-u.vt (but ho did not
want her In hl home, did lit want
the piesellts sb hud liexlowid olthltn
. If uml his wir uml Inslstel On her
removal from tin llruns household.
She hhIiI thai iiiiuli of the furniture
In the hout-r hud been given tv (he
young coupli l her, uml that at the
time of the wedding Hurry llruns had
objected to accepting the set of fur
niture sha Ki.ve her daughter.
She mild he bail said he did not
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