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Mnnihurlu. May 21
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5242.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MOnMyTmAY 2(1912. 12 PAGES.
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(Kprclnl I) ll 1 1 f 1 1 ll Cable )
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 20. The Conncss street rail
way bill passed the House today.
C. S. ALBERT.
Tho Mil provides for a Direct railway system for llllo, which is .being
promoted by I.. S. Count-as of I III'). It received a fuvorublo report, with
recommendations for amendments from Hie House Committee on Terri
tories, It lias not jot come before the Sennto
Tho political pot Is boiling mul somt
jiromlnc'it ItepiihlUans, who have been
working quietly, this morning gnvo out
a County ticket which they propose
to lirlni; befoie the public for Ihclr ap
Hoberl W Shingle, who heads the
Comity ticket. Is looked upon by the
Hawaiian oteis, hrospoetlve! of their
part) ainilathins, as a suie winner.
Tho ticket follows:
Senators William (). Smith. A. S.
Kaleiopu. Kiln C. A. Long.
Hcirescnlatlves 4th District It. V.
Aylett, Chas. (1 Ilartlett, A. 1). Castro,
.1. K. Kainniioulu, I'd Towse, Norman
lUepresenlatlveB. nth District Prank
K Aiclier, A. I.. Castle, S. 1. Corro'n,
V. V Kernandes, farlloti C. .lames, S.
Maor- Hubert W. Shingle.
Supervisors Andrew K. Cox, Chas.
N. Arnold, .1. Alt. Vleira. Daniel Ut
Kan, l.bcn 1. Low, win. heniictn Mac
pliorson, James C. Qtilnn.
Clerk David Knlauokalaul, Jr.
Attorney John V. Cathcatt.
Auditor James lllckiiell.
Trcasuror II. M. win Holt.
Sheriff William T. Hawllns.
Deputy Sheriff Henry Van (Meson.
SUFFERS FOR WATER &.
Majority of One
Finds No Bribe
C Assnolfttel rrenii Catil.)
HchotliM Ilnrr.icks Is faced wltli u Ilghtl) bnllt toniporur) quarters, iiiak
stilous shortage of water, mid the Ing It impossible' tu keep ileaii at nil
United States ami), while, tlieoretlcal- Only tonstunt 'wettings have kept tho
1) having an excess supply to sell to post ro.uls In shape, anil now that the
the highest bidder, Is in reality hard tarts have bct-n takin offv the differ
put tu furnish the men and 1111I111 lis at ence Is at niue felt,
the 1,1k post witli tin actual amount j Scarcity of rain )ms. uf enurse, eg
luccssaiy for drinking and bathing, nrnwiteit condition, and to relieve tho
What little irrigation tin re is has vv.ite r faiiiluu an urgent cable has been
been discontinued, road vvnUrliiK has j sent to WashlnEtun, requesting au
been shut on, nnd Jhe..riil dust now 1 thnrlty for the post quartermaster t'
bungs In gre-tit clouds over the pun hed purchase here immediately about u
l.lliliua plain mile and a hair of pipe, to tonnci'l the
With Hie arrival Saliirdu) of the water suppl) of a gulch, tu the nurth
I'lt Infunlrj, and the additliiii of of the present supply, with the main
iieilrly 1000 men tu the command, con- leading to the tanks. There has been
dltlous ulib.li were uncomfortable have .plenty of .time for an answer to get I
etoivii almost serious. The piimpo'ig tlimiiKh, and It Is feared Hint the rei-
plant Is working night and day, and iilsltlun will bo clinked orf with red
even then the big supply tanks are tape, while the soldiers are being
kept drained. Tho cessation of street clinked wltli reil dust )
Kpilukllng Is more of a hardship than I The situation brines out strongly the 1
one who has not lived at Seluillcld chii ret rut dlspste between the Wnhlawu
NEW YORK, N. Y, May 20.-:Chef
ter S. Morey, general manager of the
it Wettern Sugar Company, and
government's witness in tho antl
t tuit against the American Sugar
Refining Company, testified on the
stand today that hit company! ttock
it $23,000,000. He declared that In
1902 Granger of the American Sugar
Refining Company offered to buy the
Great Western'! plants in behalf of the
(SpecWI nultntln Cable.)
CINCINNATI, Q. "May 20.-
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 20. The
majority report of the committee In
vestigating the charges of bribery
brought against Senator William Lor
imer of Illinois, in connection with his
election,- was today submitted to the
Senate. The majority report exoner
ates Lorimer. It it tigned by Sonatort
Gamble of South Dakota, Jonet of
Washington, Fletcher of Florida and
Johnston of Alabama. A minority re
port, signed by Kern of Indiana, Lea
of Tennessee and Kenyon of Iowa, con
( Fpeclal It 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 20
The report of the majority members of
the committee says thatno new evi-
!li I WARM
1 1 IV O I 1 B I
, in ,ml n -r-'ritttatt.
are closing their campaigns in Ohio,
Colonel Roosevelt Tf-)RE:P
denco has been brought forward to' wero "bought."
MEN AND TWO WOMEN KILLED
chow that Lorimer secured hit seat by
brtbory and fraud. Tho minority re
port says thai ten of the vote given
Lorimer in the llltnoli Legislature
apprtt late, for the tonstiuit pussaKcnf
liorsts, wiiRons nuil motors throned the
tliriii imitoninents raises a line pow
diry red dust Hint works Its way
throiiKh everj crack mul cranny of the
Water Company and the 1'cderal biiv
ern infill, ns to whether the loiup.iuy, to
fullll the terms f its lease, was
obliged to dellvir tho water throiiKh
(Continued on Page 2)
'I he Ohio primal les are tomorrow
It Is billev'nl their result Hill settle
the Itepubllean presidential nomination
HEAD, HE LIVES
HOTEL STREET WIDENING MOVED
VIGILANTE CITED FOR
THREATENING AN I. W. W.
CHICAGO, III.. May 20. Three unidentified men and two women were
drowned last night when a speeding auto ran into an open drawbridge across
KAIMILOA FOR FT. NIGER TARGET?
I SAN DIEGO, Cal., May 20. Moore.
la member of tho "Vigilantes," has been
I ejtcd for contempt for threatening At
torney Moro of the Industrial Workers
of the World.
BASEBALL STRIKE ENDED
(Spiel. il II ll lie till Coriesioiiilince.)
WAILUKU, May 18 Alii, the China
man who wua shot In thn head at
Iliielo last Sunday evenlni: by Jack
Is tUlll lying unconscious in tho l'ala believe that the i ml Is In sluht and
Hospital, but all hopes ot Ills recovery in.ii me wnieiiiiu: or the uowiiiowu
have been given up Tho man's ex- thornuiihfuio Is now mil) a inatter of
traordlnary vitality has been a subject months
of much comment the last few ila)8 A compromise, vvlilih Iniludts the
by hi)mcu as well as members of the nssessmiiit of nearby piopvrty to the
medical pinfosHlnn. amount of ttll.iin, is all but elTntid
"a """"" IthiotiKli tho efforts of those inemlx rs
. .... .. n..nnnn,,, of the board of clt) mid count) su-
BUFFALO DUE TOMORROW; 'i.erviso, wi... i,.v,. spent ,ci. ti.,.o
sTATIflM -sH P FDR RIIAM nll1 l,,re '" orklm- out tliu dan
airtiiuiM onir run uuhivi ,m th( lMt (lmt Iirolirly lllollB ,
inakiil side of Until, between llishop
Tin assessinent of belli rmciilH to wldcnlni; of Until street will be one
piopirty luti rests mlJiilniiiK the prom- of tin. mutters of Important c to occupy
Istd Improvement or Hotel strett bus
hi tn muvid aloiiK tu Hiu li a slunelliat
mi nibi is of the suptrvlsoral comiult
tie, iisnvtll as the special tuinlnlssluii,
I PHILADELPHIA, Pa., May 20 The
basoball strike, caused by the protests
I of tho Detroit Ar-encan Ltague play
' era to playing with Ty Cobb sus
pended, came to an end today and
games will be resumed tomorrow. Cobb
is atill out of the game under tuspen
sion for linking a spectator.
und I'ort Is assessi d IIGOU;
Tho cmlbvr lluffalo Is looked for to
i.... i , ..,.... .........i.... ....a
ill live neiu iiiiiiiiiiiin iu.mmii.i, ...... ,,,.,,,, .,..,, ii,.,i i tini.n. l..,.
itnsTcro '---' ; -?. Nrr' on
oil ami maklnc any minor repairs nee inntail M- "MMtil . ; r. ot.
essary befc.ro coutlnuliiB tho trip to ","" 'l 1 n streets. Jiooo. betw.en
San 1 ranclsco I "r ",",t ,,ml " """ ilriiv.ii from
' Another navy vessel now en roiito' ";""' u(i- 50" ,,,c l,,,,lk '"twe.n
from Ounm Is tho It. S. S. Supply, tl.o."',.1,"1 "'"' ""'' " -MU
station shli nt tliat point. Tho Supply I ,l11' - rtlui- will meet In reBu
Ih boIiik tu San rranclsio for Keneral " "esslon tomonow .evenlnif, and it
ovcrhaulluK and rcpaiis. I let coin11" """'" ""' Hkcly that the proposid
niander Lablt'd from (Imini not to send
tho nu.ll Intended for llio Hhlp by the
Sherman, hut to hold it In Honolulu
until called for.
their time and attention
Tlie mune) tu carry tin the munici
pal part of the program 'Is available
and can be expended at any time. Tho
lommlsslurr has )ct to Interview sev
iral Interested purtlts within the pre
scribed area for the nssei.smeiit of bet. . ..,, ' ", Z. ,
ir,llontH I LOS ANGELES, Cal, May 20. The
An estimate, given by several con- ' bod' ,aund llnS in the harbor of
traitors is to the iffect that, wire the I S"1 Pei,ro "" with Indlcatlont
woik onhreil u begin on .lime 1, the
strut would be itimplttiil, the build
ings letuiistructiil wltliln tlirieiiiuutlis'
The stntemint Incorporated 111 are
port to be submitted by supervisor '
Murrnv i.t th n t.Ki.lh.i- ,r tl... i
tlie block board Intludes figures which hIiiivv that '
cnne close llgurlug has bi-en done to- ,
yards arfectlng a comproinlse between
the elt) and the property owners anil
lesst es. i
Tho DiunOn tlalins represent 488
scpiaie feet at $10,000. while rt con
struction of buildings mills $3710, mak
ing a total of J13.7J0.
of foul play about It, It believed to be
that of Bernard Rein, an auto talef
If arm) otlleials here had their wn),
the old vtirshli Kalmlloa, lone essil
of the Hawaiian navy, would meet a
more llttlui' end than going up ill tar
smoke ti the bench, to ) leld her cop
per for what It Is worth In the scrap
mi tul markit Ili.u funds been m u li
able for her pin chae, the Kaliiilloa
would have found an honorable grave,
after being asslsltd to htr llnul resting
place heiiinth tlie sparkling waters off
Diamond Iliad, by the great projec
tiles from Port Huger's mortars To
make tlie pride of the old regime sirvo
tin. needs of the new, as a nautical
sacrlllce to experimental gunnery,
would have been a more dlgnllled and
a more useful end than tu burn tho
"navy" on the P)re of lommerce.
"It would have-been a valuable test
of coast di ft bko accuracy to tow thn
old ship around Diamond Head and
let the mortars lire at her," said I.lfU-tinaiit-Colonel
Campbtll, adjutant gill.
nil, this morning "There arc no
funds a va liable tu bu) the Kulmllou,
but If she Is to be burned for tho
copper su. mold prohuhlv have bom
m cured at a vir) reasonable llgure,
and an extremity luti resting experi
ment luubl have hot u worked out at
small cost to the goveriunint One
shot, succesKfull) planted, might send
an old hulk of this ilass to tho bot
tom, anil to glv. all tlie mortars a
chance, a salvo might have hi on llnd
fiom all eight of tlioui 'Hint would
probably do the work."
Mortar projictllos, dropping p. rpen
dliularl). striko the iltck of a ship
liiMinil of her sldis, and It Is tills con
ditio! that makis It harder to have
successful murtar torgi t practlso than
big-gun practise A chance to llro at
a real ship, therefore, gives a bitter
Idea of actual elllcleni) than tho an
nual bombardment of target rafts '
Tho historic old Kalmlloc will bo
towed down to 1'earl Harbor today,
loidod with tar barn Is ami sit allrc
She bus been ljlng In Uotten Itow for
mouths, bir present owner, "Scrap
Iron" Ilrown, having found her an un
profitable Investment as a barge
H) a vo'e oi eigbi to mno tho "In
fiurgtnts in tin. tanks 1,1 the super
vising prln. I iiIh i( Hawaii s public
schools tins iiioimiiu losi tho llrst
round of a llklii againsi .he present
course or mi ml the llglit that Prin
cipal C I. I'.iptlau.l oi Waitukit Is cu
glueeilng The margin of one vote carried a
motion that the reading of Mr. Cope
laiul's fiiiggosted tourso bo dlstontln
tied, and with only n small part of the
Wnlluku pedagogue's, ninety pages of
suggest Ions heard by the principals lti
meeting assembled, tho conference,
stopped tho formal presentation. The
action supports .tho position of Super
Those in attendance this morning at
tho supervising principals' session
V. T. Topo, Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction and chairman of tho
meeting. School Inspector Cibson, aril
Principals J. V. Mnrclel of l-nupnlioo-hoc.
Ifortha Hen Taylor of Walohlnu,
Hawaii; Mrs. Nina Fraser, Kalulant
School, Honolulu; James C. Davis,
Itojal School. Honolulu, I'ugeno Hor
ner, llllo, Hawaii; II. II llrodle, liana
pepo, Kauai; V V. Tn)Ior, Hann,
.Maul; C i: (opelanil, Wnlluku; Kdgar
St. Wood, Normal School, Honolulu;
II. SI. Wells. SInkawao; I. St. Cox, Kn
llhlwaenn School, Honolulu; C. V.
Ilalilwlu, Kaahumauu School, Honolu
lu, .Mis. r. W. Carter, Central Gram
mar School, Honolulu; SIlss Josephine
Deyo. Ililo Union School; G. S. itaj
mond, Lahalna; C. K. King, Konn;
Principal SI SI. Scott of tho StcKlnloy
High School, unci Sirs St T. Wilcox,
Commissioner of Public Instruction,
were nl6o present.
There were sixteen supervising prin
cipals In attendant o and Inspector
Gibson was also allowed a vote. After
nn extended speech In defense of Su
perintendent Pope, Principal llaldvvln
(Continued on r'age 71
The wedding or Olaf Horcnson and FW NATIONAL KUARD
Miss Juliette Hartwe.ll was soU.mnlzqd, VinDV 1AH I DC Inci
last Saturday evening nt Judge. Hart- ARMORY WILL BE MODEL
well's homo on I.lllhn street, tho Itov. "
Heniy Parker oiriclntlng. Tlio hrlJo n-. ......, .
was given Into tho keoplng of tho' q ho rouKli clrnft or tl.o floor plan and
brldegioom by her father. general reipiiremenlK or tlie now $100,.
'I ho drnwlng-iooni. whero tho cere- 000 National Guard armory was tuni
Column, a iojisie, has agreed upon mony was performed, vvns vory pret'-,i mcr t Architect Itlpley this morn
(Continued on Page 3)
Thinugh tin) puio food dep.utment
nt tho national capital Inspector
Dlaiicliaiil huB iccelved a complaint
f I oiu a steamship stevvanl, against tho
quality of foodstuffs sold outgoing
vcstels by ecttaln grocery concerns In
this city The Inspector Is Investigat
ing tho chargo
We have the largest ttock in the city
of both Granite and Marble.
Orders will have our prompt attention.
ll. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Phone 2648 Merchant and Alakei
l.ord-Young lonipany, with
of 1.' unts ptr cubic Juril,
tlie lowest bidder for tho leehiuiiitlun
project In tho Kewalo district, vvh ro
u fill t stimuli d at aoj.r.ou cubic )arli
Is to be made .Superintendent Camp
btll of the hoard of public works in
nounctd aftir the bids had tten op. li
ed at noon tnda) that the awurd'of tho
lontrnct for the Job piubably will bo
uuidtt this aftiriiuou aftir a consulta
tion bitwiiu Campbell end Acting Gov
(i nor Mott-Smlth, ami that the tender
of the l.ord-Voung Hngliieirlng Com
pany will be aeiepted
, The other tiiuhis weie ns follows:
11) the Hawaiian Drulging Company
$1 pir eiible )unl for the entire Job;
on .Section No 1, ".II.0U0 )aids, IIS 1-2
cents pir cubic juril; Soctbsi No 'i.
5I.C00 cubic yuids, as 1-2 cents; Sec
tion No 3, SS.OOO cubic )urds, tl 50;
Section No i, 30,:i)0 eulilc ) arils, 80
e outs, Hi-cllou No fi, Ilh.SOO cubic
yards, 1 50; Kectlon No. 0, G'l 900 cubic
) arils, tl CO. Setlou No 7. 101,000 cubic
viirds, in i cuts i Island.
Honolilln Cons.trucllon ,V l)rii) intt I ' tt e
!!,';i,!1l,'',,Uro tu",ruct 'J9 CU,,'H, ACTING-GOVERNOR ASKED
i. ...-, ..i.
';,ry quiet nttolr. oldy ...o 'MiZ o" "' '"'""-' J"'-' "" ""
.tlie couiilo being ircsent. ,al or tho Guard, nnd work on tho artli-
j Mrs. Alfred W Carter 'was matron ilect's drawings will bu started Inline-
of honor, nnd the firidosmnld was SIlss uintcly.
Ilernlco Hnrtwoll. Mr. Sorfnson was Hawaii's new militia homo will com-
ittlemileei ny sir Aiireu w. carter, Mr. blim the goeid featmes of a score and
and Sirs. Soienson nro spending their u,olo ,,f armories In the States, draw.
nonejiuonii on mo inner siuo ot mo inK11 of i,lch have been carefully
studied hero for somo month past, l'l
CONTINUED TO SATURDAY
TO ATTEND MEMORIAL
Details of the. plans for tlie loca
tion and relocation of the llllo rnll
vvii) nt. Wulnkeii. llllo. weru worked
out this morning nt a lonfirence In
tlie Governors olllce, at which the at
torney general, tlie superintendent of
public works and Mr Thurston, re pre
venting the railway company, wire
lially. tho experience of other States "'"" , , , . .
and Territories was mado uso of by I ,ltr" ,0 ' " only n new right-
Hnwnll, and as the result otnumerou8i,",'"1"""B "' vvnieriiunt. nut tho
Acting Governor 13. A. .Mott-Smlth
nnd his staff have hern Invited to at
tend the Memorial Day exercises on
Slay 30, given by the Georgo W. Do
Long ol'st, G A It , at Niumiui ccme
term A complete program, contain
ing all tho routines uf the mcmoilal
observed throughout the United i
Slates, will bu given
conferences between the architect and
Colonel Jones a most convenient build'
Ing lias been mapped nut.
Developments In tho sensational suit
of Via nk Sullivan against the shlplM
vtiul Hewnll wire dehi)cd temporarily
this morning. by tlie decision of l'eil
eial Judge Dole tu loutliiuc tlie hearing
on Hie llbellee's motion for dismissal
to next Saturday morning The post
ponement vi as made necessary by tho
fact that the court will bo busy with
the Slahuka site caso throughout the
wick The Sew all caso wa's set for 10
o'clock this morning, but It was found
tho diito tonlllcted with that of the meantime the plea of tho dofendant Is
.Manuka suit, set for the same hour. withheld
BROWN RESIGNS FROM
LIQUOR LICENSE BOARD
Tho resignation of Wlllnrd K
j Ilrown from tho Hoard or Liquor I.ic
lenseB reir the City and County of tin-
Tho case of Hop Kce, accused of iiolulu was received by tho Acting
selling foodstuffs contrary to tho' Ho- Governor this morning Ilrown ex
iiolulu ell) ordinance, was continued plains that he contemplates leaving
by Clicult Judge Iloblusou und the the Islands Juno II, and It Is under
nidlunuco was tcferreil tn the Su- stood he Is leturnlng to the mainland
iireme Court lor a ruling. In thu for u visit of several months' dura
tion. No appointment to tho vacancy
Ikib been mude
surrender by the company of portions
of the present yurd nrca to conform
with the new s)stem of streets planned
for the district, nnd In connection with
this geneinl Idea the boird of harbor
loiumlssloners will establish the loca
tion of tho now wharf at Kiihlo His
One of tin, features of the system Is
tn bo a scenic load nlong tho harbor
Tinier the guh'anoo of Survr m
oxnnder, whose mans of the Ha" aim .
Trust Company slto desired by
I'ederal Government thev arc to cm
shier. Die 1'edernl Juiy silting In tl.
M'eonil Slahuka site case this morning
made a visit of Inspection (o thn
ground, going over tho entire trac
and making themselves familiar wl'h
every poitlon of tho property
The afternoon Is to bo devoted i
hearing further stiiicncnts of th
mine) or and possibly of somo of the
rlher experts who will bo called bv
the ntlornejH for the proper!) -hold
rrs The morning was consumed In
tho rending of lenses held by tho var
ious occupants of thn proper!).
It wns show if that tho ground tr
Government seeks to acquire In this
I articular enso covers a total of 311G
squaro feet, Including the Hawaiian
Trust Company building and tho struc
I tiro at the rear Of this tract tlm
Cummins estate claims tttlo to CGI
square feet, and tho Austin estate to
2832 squaro feet, the lessees and sub
lcsfcos being the Ilnvinlitn Trust Co.
nnd the Charles M Cooko CoUd.
The amount that the claimants will
set forth for their holdings was not
given this morning
There, will be it baseball game to
monow afternoon between the bill
team or Hugo Itrotbers' .Minstrels and
the J. A Cu, the show being kcheduled
pUheltle Park nt I p in. Some of
the dusky comedians, can toss a base
ball us easily as n niliiMrol Joke, and
the giiimi should provide good sport,
cud pi nimbly pretty gooel base ball
There will bo a ilnnco at the Sen.
side hotel tomorrow, Tueailuy evening,
for the guests and friends ot tho hotel.
Kinest Kaal's quintet will play during
tho dinner hour and nt the dunce.
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