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Manchuria May 21
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tlge and pro Tit if he backs up his
promises with the quality of goods ho
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5239.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, -MAY 16, 1912.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TAFT GIVES ROOSEVELT 309
SENATORS VOTE ON TARIFF TOMORROW
WATER RIGHTS 10
HAWAIIAN SITE i
AT FAIR CHOSEN
No Action Ex
pected by Con
gress this Session.
No ik lion ulll be tukei. b Com-gre-ss
ut Mil session toward scttllm;
the troublous and liiiiiirtiint question
of tliu lease uf the waters uf Wiiluuau
iikn, now In controversy, according to
liiforinatlou which lias i cached hero
from Washington, um! according to
11m ht'lkf of the Interested parties
DUKE AGAIN IS
Duko Knlianamiikii will have a hard
time getting back to Unuolulu with
out a CnrnogloJioro modal. If he keeps
up IiIh Hfe-aaUiiK habit. Uu May I ho
assisted In tho rescue of two sailors.
MOVING PICTURES MADE'
Leis Bedeck San Francisco Expo
sition Officials at Notable
(Special II II I let I II Cable.)
WASHINGTON. I). C. May 10.
! Tho Hcnnlo Finance Committee !
votes tomorrow on tho House
SAN I'ltANCISCO, Cal., May !t. when. Just as Commissioner JniiBcii '" "I'W Tho report Is ex-
Fortunate lie) mid others wcie thu had nald i letl to ho adverse, as the lie-
Commissions of Nebraska and the llu-l "I plant this line on the silo of tho !"lu,lc" memlierB of tho commit-
unllnn lulniwla 11 I...11 tlinv m.,1. .-I...1 hnlhllllir llf Nebraska." thill Ihii evehl. tee lire llgalllBt U CHt III tile SUgar V
I SAYS ,
(AaaoclatPd rren rabl )
CLEVELAND, 0, MAY 16. PRES.
IDENT TAFT TODAY STATED THAT
ROOSEVELT NOW HAS 309 DELE
GATES. HE ADMITTED THAT THE
PRIMARIES IN THE STATE OF
OHIO WILL SETTLE THE NOMINATION.
UNIT RULE HELPS CLARK
BURLINGTON, la., May 16. Tha
entire Democratic delegation Is In
structed for Clark under the unit rule.
The tl'ilo prlmiirh
of tills month.
arc on the jlst
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With the Wnlilnuu Water Company. wihi wont in bwiiiiiiiIiik In Um Sclni)!-
which Is now In possession of the wii- I K1" l"cr n'" uoonmo exhausted. Duke
ttr of the military icscrviitMm; John a'"1 a eompaiilon pulled them out and
T Mrt'ifMMin mid his ussuclulos, and Km. mom saieiy iu snore, out the tin
the United .Slates government, nil In- "a"n". -liniplon. III a. letter Just re.
d tho Suro enough, there It was, no bigger' Pl' n proposed as substitute Rurns from 3432 out of 3700 precincts
? nvla-tl.au a gull, high In tho clouds to tltu ! measures give Roosevelt's majority In the presi-
wed 111 east, and inmlliK straight In tho teeth ' B. AUIKRT. d'ntlal primary as 25,359.
vulvcd in tile contrnvilsy, it In now
iMllevcd that Congress will not decide
iilion tile inany questions up, liut that
Hie picrsuro of tariff mid politics on
the natloniil law-makers will prue an
inin h ns they win nttrml to
The lelurii of V. W. Oondale, man
ager of Wniuluu plantation, Iroin Wash.
liiKton it few days ugo brought here
ussurunoes that action at this session
Is extremely unlikely.
Status of BUI.
The present status of the matter Is
that In Hie sundiy civil appropriations
lillltherc has been Inserted the uuieml
iiiint pinposcd liy the Secretary of War
piovhling tlmt the surplus waters per
taining tn the military roseiwitlon bo
leasiil for a i'0-jenr period, thus tylint
tin- water lights matter up with thu
i Hit Mil
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reived by Lew Henderson, has Blurred
out lils own part In tho nrtalr - Itlt
his usual modesty. However, It Is
safo lu assume that If there was any
swimming tn bo done Duke wusu t
Duke touches on the i-vonls as fol
"Wo were out canoeing nil day yes
terday up nud down tho Schuylkill
river. Say. how, thero'H certainly
boiiio ciowd along tho rher here. Wo
lescued u couple of Bailors yesterday.
I One, of them could hardly Bvvlm; Just
j managed to got ashore. I bellovo tho
two did not know how to handle
It Is onlv a few weeks ago that Duko
dived fur a man who had goro to the
bottom of tho nw limning pool at At-
their sites at tho oxnosiiton grounds! matlon wns heard
)esterday with tho Secretary of Slate1 "There's the airship!"
In attendance, tho scene enlivened byl Airships Thrill
troops and military music, and
added thrill of the most dariiiK
thin feat which has been witnessed
California. of tho wind. i
It had been announced Hint uu air- With. unswerving course Frank lir
ship was to lly across the bnv with aii'iit at tho pilot-wheel directed tho
ImessnKo fiom tho Mayors of Oakland i couro of tho biplane oer tho wide
and Alameda, but with hair it gnlo spaco Kept clear uy two troops ot
blowing and tho gray clouds hanslm;1 cavalry, and nllKbted with tho blrdllko
low In tho enstern sky, tliero weroibop that slgnllles complete control
few who expected the aviators to make" "There's niiotherl" catno tho oxcla
tho M'liture. I million, as the second craft of tho air
It came, conseiiueutly, ns a Biirprlsol (Continued on Pago 3)
arlff and the Democratic minor- 1
Ity Is In favor of a reduction of
onlv nne-thlril. Imtll nf which !
(HKOclntfil r-rrss Cali!i.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cain May 16
ROOSEVELT 26 IN CAL.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., May 16-Jor-dan
said today that he would Issue
certificates of election to 25 Roosevelt
delegates from this State.
NOW BE ASKED
MAHUKA JURY IS
ALOHA TEMPLE HIT OF CONVENTION
SUNNY JIM" IN LINE FOR OFFICE
CLARK GETS IOWA
( (Axuorlntcil PrtM t-phlO
BURLINGTON, la May 16. Champ
Clark has secured 15 and Governor
Woodrow Wilson 7 of the Democratic
delegates from this State.
MARYLAND FOR CLARK
BALTIMORE, Md May 16 The
Maryland Democratic delegation was
today instructed for Champ Clark.
MEAT INSPECTION PROBE
POSTPONED BY HOUSE
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 16.
The House committee has postponed
action on the resolution ordering an
Investigation of the meat inspection
Arab Patrol and Hawaiian Officers Elected; Cutts Will
Singers Cheered By
Motion for a new trial in the case of
Chung NtniR, tho Chinaman convicted
h a Jury in Judge Robinson's court
of criminal assault on a little Hawaii
an girl, will bo mado tomorrow morn
ing by Attorney horrin Andrews,
counsel for the' defense. Tho cotut
will sentence tho pilsoner at H o'clock
and following that formality tho man's
counsel will llle a transcript of tha
evidence tnkon In tho henrlng and fol
low It with the motion for n now trial.
Astonishment at tho verdict of tho
Jury iu llndlng the Chinaman guilty
has continued among those who wcro
constant spectators at tho healing of
the case. Acipilttal wns cniilldeiitly
expected after tho evidence had been I
encu in ns eiiiireiy. say many oi ,llckcr
those who watched the case.
"Tho fact that Attorney .1 W. Oath '
cart repeatedly declared Iu the ciuiibo
of tho hearing that ho would not nsk
thu Imposition of tho oxticme penalty
would appear to Indicate that tho
court's decision will ho Ufa Imprison
inent," snld one of these today.
It Is believed that Judge Robinson,
us well as his confreres. Judges Coop
er ami Whitney, Is opposed to cnpltal
punishment, but will not hesitate to
Impose tho penalty where called for,
as ho Is coiisldeied an linpaitlal Jur
1st, whoso Judgment Is not to bo sway
ed by sentiment.
James S Mifiinilless "Sunny Jim"
to ever) body lu Hawaii Is in lino for
the highest pnxiUon within the (,-lft of
Sliilnerdoui, uieordlng to news whlcli
cume from the l.oi Angeles convention
The past potentate of Aloha Teinplo
was second In a Held of seven candi
dates for the position of Imperial out
ir guard ut the recent election, and is
After spending two dnys and a half assureil of the strongest posslhlo sup
In tho examination of forty-threo '""'' for '"" guurdihlp next year. Im
talestnon the nttornos In tho second ll'rl"1 ollU'r Bllnn' lM ,,le "l,lt' ''
Mnhukn site caso llnally ngrced upon wlch the nobles of the inyMIc slirlno
n Jur) of twelve men this morning M'P l,,to ,,p "'" "f succession In the
who will decldo tho proper sum to be lmirlal Brand council, and from tills
paid by tho (lovernment for the num. 'i the exalted position of Imperial pn
eity occupied b) thu Huwullan Trust lentute Is uftcr that a matter ot nn
Coinpany. nuul advancement
An agreement was reached at ltMIi1 Aloha Temple mid the Shrlmrs from
o'clock and on tho motion of Attorney Hawaii made tho biggest kind of u lilt
Olson, lor thu respondent, the hcuilngj (Continued on Pago 6)
nf the testimony wns postponed to
next Monday morning, at 10 o'clock.
Tho following comprise thu Jury
Maiiulo I'hllllps, IMdio McCorrlston,
fMwaid I. O'lliieu, Alfred Hocking,
Fiank O. Iloyer, J. P. Itego, Charles
hudvvlgscn, A. J (li ecu, II I'eielrn,
yr 11 rinn...l.n t..l... ,..rr.... .....I u '
IV. VMdlllUn, Otlllll I Ulll-1, ,11,11 ,1,
LOS AN(li:Li:S. Cal. May S. -thirty-eighth
annual conclave of
Imperial Council of tho Mystic tfhrluo
catuo to n close today with the selec
tion of Dallas, Te . as tho 1913 Mec
ca, tho election of Frncst A, Cutts of
Savnnnnh. (la, as Imperial outer
guard and the ndvuncoment of tho oth
er Imperial oinclals which placed Wil
liam J. Cunningham nf lialtlmorc, Mil.,
ct tho head of the Shrlners as Impe
rial potentate Notwithstanding tho
conclusion of the business of tho con
clave, the festivities will continue to
morrow and Friday.
There was no contest for tho next
I'urt Knuieh.nti' lin, win. Ii guards tho
i iitrniice to I'uirl limber, is to ho gnr
riittiiittl Just us soon as quarters unit i
hiurucks cull be built for the iirtlller)- i
men Cipliiln 1. ll Hdvviirds, con- j
Ktructing iiiuirteriuustir. bus received
orders Iritm Washington to rusli the j
construction of n one-company post, i
j nun us mjoii us niuieriiiis ami lauor
j can be collected lie will commence op
Tho I This melius Hint tile company of coast
nu artillery whlcli rumor lias ordered to
Hawaii a dozen times, will lie ordered
hcie III fact shortly, and that Kameha
uieli.i, wlilcli is to bo the most Import
ant coast artillery oost on Ouliu, will
come Into actual existence When com- !
plrtcd tlie post will be for live or six I
companies Uesldes tha battery of two
11' -Inch guns, already Installed, the en- I
gliieirs are now working on n battery
of six U'-luili mortars, and li-lnch and
2-Inch guns urn In contemplation,
'J lie ground Is so near seu level that
lit will proUibly bo necessary to do
LOCOflOSEVECrjEN ARE HAPPY
Hoosovclt iK, Tnft 1.19, Is the record of delegates to date, according
to tho way local House velt men aro figuring. The table below lias been
made up by Roosevelt supporters here, and tho California results filled
their cup of Jo) to overflowing. Followers of tho Hough Rider hero say
that they could give Itoinoclt tweut)-two more, as Custom papers say ht
will get thirty-three delegates from New York Instead of eleven.
The llgures below nro not complete. For instance, th'o Idnho nrlmar,
results are not Included
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lllllll.. .C-M-hllie.-n .,.......;. ,.,,- Br1(.,eii
ell UIO llivilllliou ill llle l luun eujr
and It was at copied by unanimous
vote. Although tlieiu were a half-
dozen candidates for Imperial outer
(Continued on Pago 6)
command can bo con-
It is understuod that tho
highest spot on the reservation, a slight
eleviithm uu the little peninsula on tho
I'earl Harbor bide of thu 12-Inch but-
terv will be chosen bv Cantaln lld-
1 wards for his first work The quarters
IS SANE; MUST
TIDWELL MAY BE
HERE TO CUT
and lull racks will be of reinforced con
HAN I'ltANCISCO. Cal. May 9
W II Tlilwcll, special agent of tho
Treasury Depintiuciit at this port,
re ached Honolulu jestenltiy for Hie
purpose or thoroughly examining Hie
We have the largest stock in the city
of both Granito and Marble.
Orders will have our prompt attention.
( Slue III II u lie i In C;lM.- )
BOSTON, Mass., May 16 The Rev.
Claren;o V. T. Richeson, murderer of
his former sweetheart, Miss Avis Lin
nell, was declared sane today by a ver
dict of expert alienists, and ho must
GETS 100 REFUGEES
tHisclul nullnt In Cable )
COLIMA, Max., May 16. Tho U. S.
transport Buford has embarked 100
! unci clvlec bodies of tho tit) has been Telephone 1271.
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HF HFWnPiTK I tri tal11''1 tor """t Monday evening ut tho
. L.. I1L.11U(1UI, LIU., I'nlveisity Club. A. II. Ford Is ono of
Phone 26-18 Merchant and Alaker I the promotois of tho movement.
POLITICAL RUMORS $TIR
I RING WITH FREAR'S VISIT
I TO MAINLAND
"Thoro was more truth than pootry
In tho Uu I lot Ill's suggestion of custom and other Federal olllces
tlieie. .It has been many )ears since
tlie Honolulu offices have been sub
jected to an examination, Tho fact
that Special Agent Thieved! Intended
exporting the Hawaiian accounts was
not made known until after ho hud
reached the Islands
A similar examination was recently
made ut all tho ports of entry In tho
United States As a re-suit the sal
aries of many of the Federal olllccrs
mid employes viero materially re
duced Tills wns especially true at
New Orleans, where several of the of
llces we re abolished.
In view of tlie general shakeup fol
lowing tho examination here, the of
ficers In Honolulu nro anxious ns tn
tho outcome of tlie Investigation nt
tint pint It Is lumnred In cnstoiin
circles that Special Agent Tlilwcll 11
under strict orders tn cut tho ex
(Continued on Page 2)
llemeuway for Sccri'tury of tho Ter
ritory to Biiccced Molt-Smlth," com
mented ono of tho moil who is sup
posed to know or supposes ho knows,
when talking of tho drift of politics In
As a matter of fact thero'H lots of
unlet conferencing going on among
the Insiders associated with tho Terri
torial scliemo of government. Tho
ii'cu whoso names aro being used
won't say anything hocnuso tho nlllco
is presumed to bo serklng tho mnn.
Tho olllces for which lightning lods
(Continued on Pago 21
ROBBERS GOT $200,00(5
.AHoctnin rr-M cable.)
NEW ORLEANS, La., May 16. It Is
believed that the train robbers who
held up the New Orleans & Northwest
ern express car night before last se
cured $200,000 instead of $140,000. They
are not yot apprehended.
BANDIT LOCKS 'EM UP i
(AMocimrc Prrss Cable.)
GRASS VALLEY, Cal, May 16. A
lone bandit today locked the officers of
the local bank and a young woman in
the bank vault and escaped with $3000.
Alaska '. . 2
District of Columbia.. '
Uy the Sierra arriving tomorrow
morning wo will recelvo a Bhlpinont of
California Frliuioso Pork Suusniros
A nioo'ig to ufflllalQ all commercial Orders eiuly lleniy May & Co. Ltd
The lines of tho spring gowns
AFTER ALUMINUM TRUST ,
(Associate-it r-Tf- LTable.)
PITTSBURG, Pa, May 16. Tho gov
ernment has filed a civil suit against
the Aluminum Company of America un-'
der the provisions of tho Sherman antl.
FAIR BOOMED IN AUSTRIA
VIENNA, A us., May 16. Elaborate
preparations have been made for tho
reception to the PanamaPaclfic expo
SAN FUANt'lSl'O, Cal , Ma) 1C
Heels, kk iin.iljKls. lis lid.; parity,
4 BSe I'rovlnus iuutatlim, 12s. 0 ,1-4d
Now Hampshire 8
Now Jersey 28
New York U0
North Carolina 21
North Dakota 10
Now Mexico 8
I'orto Itlco 2
Rhode Island 10
South Cnrolliia 18
S. Dakota 10
Washington II 11
West Virginia 1G 1G
W)omlng G ii
1070 43D 4'JS
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g 70 m
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