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From 8an Frnelicoi
Arlzonnn May 23
For San Franclteol
Chlyo Mnru Mnj-28
Mnkurn Juno 19
Kcalamlln i. Juno 18
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
SWORN AFFIDAVIT CHARGES
California Ih not dlscrlmlnatles
against Hawnll's products In prevcnt
Ink the landing of products found In
fested Willi pests.
Cnlfffirulii wIhIich tn coupcrttto with
Hawaii In every way, unit return
shipments uu1 lifter thorough exum
liiiillon mill proof that their entrance
Into the Htute would ho dangerous.
Unless Hawaii's cooperation Ih full
mill cffctlve, unless fruits unci cgo
tables before leaving here nro ude
Miiiitcjy Inspected, unil unless shlp
mt nts of hifitted produces nro stupp, d
line Instead of lit the Const, there Ih
hitIoiih nml Immediate danger Hint tlio
iipproprlatlon innriu hy California to
help In (hi) frult-ny llglit hero will he
Such In brief nro tho results of 1111
lnip.irll.il nml rureful Investigation of
the Mtuntiou on the C'ujst, iiiailu ))' S.
T. Htnrrclt, Hiiperinteiiileut of puhllu
marketing. Mr, rStmrett returneil to
Iny on Uiu lloiniluluu from n trip to
tlievyoust..iuie-if tlto, immt Important
'. parts t)fliIcli",Sns hU Investigation
of the shipping of local roducts, their
liiinillliiK at Kan Francisco, nml thoTit
titiule of tho Coast commission men
As pointed out In tint nil I lot In
oiiio tituo lino by II. A Welnlauil,
tht California r picsrntntlvo now
line, there Ih no good ground for be
lief that California I-. trying to dls
eiluiliiate iiKaiiiHt Hawaii, nml no lea
Mm In plaee conllileiiee In luilf-hakcd
newspaper r porta to the contrary.
Truth About Potato Shipment.
One newspaper report, wiileh hi em
(ContlnueJ on Page 6)
PRESIDENT KENNEDY WILL ARRANGE
FOR NEW FREIGHT ANO COAL CARRIER
VlKlthiR both co.mtH of the I'lllteil
ritntcH, to uo more fully Into the eom
pli ted plans iiiul spicllk'atlous for the
new llo.illnit ilrydock, and then pro
eeeilliiK to Oi cut llilt.ilu and other
Kill op, -an couutrh-H for tho purpose of
lettlnit it cuntrnit for a lu.ooo-ton
frt-lKht steuiuer, PrcHldcnt anil Uen
erul MnniiKer J. A Kennedy sailed
tills iiioiiiIiut as u p.iHseiiRer In tho
MiitMin Xavlfatlon steamship Wilhul
inlmi. Tho luter-Isliind proposes to enter
tho transportation Held so far as tho
earrylni! of coal curuoos In tueeu Aus
tralia unil the Islands Is concerned.
Tim purposo of a vesnel of thu size as
now planned Is to operate It more or
Ii'sm constantly When not ciikiikciI In
IriinspnrtlnK fuel from Newcastle to
Honolulu tho vessel can be sent to
the Northwest coast to load lumber,
nml thtrchy be Insured of u fair return
'iiri!ii to the Antipodes.
Tho new freighter can ulsn enter tho
HAWAII NOW SPENDING MORE
Hawaii, as a Territory, probably de
votes moro attention to tho mnlnto
nanco of the public good health than
any other section or Slate In tho Hnl
ted Stutcs Is atlested by llgures ad
duced by Acting Hovcrnor Motl-Smltli
this morning, '
In round numbers, the amount to ho
spent by the Island government during
tho present blennluin, which ends .liiuo
:il), 11)111, l caches tho grand total of
$2,liH,H30. This, the Acting (Jovernor
assorts. Is equal to two-thirds of the
current inenmo of the Territory for
this samo period. Of tho ontlro
nmntiut lo ho spent for health pur
I oses, ?I.OS4,:i:iO comes from tho cur
rent lucomo of tho Islands nml Is fully
A leader of tho local longshoremen'
has suggested a City and County nml,
lcgislatito ticket of llcpiibllcans, the
following self-explanatory communi-,
fl.lli.ii lint..., rn.uilln.l 1.1 tl.n lit, I I..-'
ItlllMtl Oil, If. IVtUIUU M till! 11,11 I u-
tin this morning:
Honolulu, T. II., May 21, 11112,
Kill tor 15 v c II I II c H ul lot 111 :
Will you kindly publish the following)
nanioH In your valuable, paper? Thlsi
Ih tho ticket suggested by one of our
lcadcra"of tho 'longshoreman' nml call
oil "longshoreman's Ticket"
SenntorB Hon, A. I Castle. Hon.!
Jim. ('. Lane. Him. loo Cohen. !
Representatives, I'tmilh District
A. Q. Marcnllluo. lOdward Ullkalanl.!
Klla C. A. I-nng, I Inn. Kd Towse. ,
HeproHentntlvcH, l'lftli District ,
Abraham IVrnnndcz, l'rnnk 0, Archer,
C. C. JnmcH, S. K. Mahnc, II. II. lien.'.'
ton, Charles Lucas. I
Mayor Chan. Hunt arc. '
Hupervlsors A. W. Aylctt, William
Alila, It. Ilcltcncourt, 15bon Low, Chan.
Arnold, Jim Qulnn.
Clerk H. Knlauoknlanl, Jr, J
Auditor -IMwnrd Woodward.
Attorney-J. W. Rallicart.
Deputy Sheriff -Kroner.
TroiiHiirer Jack I.iicuh. I
Lentil- Iliitterllehl, u student In the
t'nlvtrslty of Michigan, Ill with ty
phoid fever, uttutked IiIh male nurse
nml cM-upod from the hospital,
Philippine Held should charters In that
direction be obtained.
As outlined In thu columns of thu
Hill let In mine time ano.-llle Inter
Island will soon bavii it blK rurKO
catrylui; steamer In operation. The
essel will bu constructed iiIoiik thu
luttHt Hues for Careful nml economical
liandllnn of it dlvcrxlllcd Hue of
That the new tessel will bo built In
n foreign shipyard Ih it certainty, iih
I wuh Intimated In a stiiteniint made
recently by Mr. Kennedy, In which li
express! d his lit Hef that it vchhcI of
the siu eiintempliittil In lliti r-lslalld
plniiH coiihl not bo operated under
American registry snve at it distinct
Foreign bottoms ran hi all cases
underbid an American vessel operated
j In the Pnclllc ns a strict cargo cur-
Mr. Kenmdy stated before sailing
tills morning that ho might be absent
1 from the Territory for three months.
FOR HEALTH THAN STATES
one-third of.lhnt lucomo. These fig
arcs do not Include tho sums of mon
ey being spent or that will he spool
by tho cities and couullca Individual
ly hut Is merely that to bu expended
by tho Terrlloilnl (loveriiment.
This money Is not spent entirely for
dliecl health work, such ns thu main
tenance of tho health department, tho
conduct of tho mosquito campaign,
etc., hut Includes uppriipilallouH for
water, sowcrago and kindred purposes. '
Tho Acting (Jovernor snys that only
ono Stale In tho I'nlon spends moro
money for health work than Hawaii.
That Statu Is Peuiisylvnnlti and tho
total taken there Includes tho expend
Ititres of tho cities and counties.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
RAYMOND MAKES AFFIDAVIT
Shows Political Game Into Which Commissioner Aiken Is
Brought Endeavor to Force Vote Contrary to Conviction
Principal Cnpelaud'H plot to overthrow the educational department of
the Territory clears up the more tho facta como out.
It wan reported yesterday that on Sunday Cnpeland had threatened
Supervising Principal Itayiilond of I.alialua that ho would Jeopardize IiIh po
Billon In the department If he did not en with hi in (Cnpeland) In voting
on the course of Htudy at Monday's incctljig. ,
Mr. Ilaiuond now supports the tnitli of thin rumor In an affidavit In
order that there may he no doubt of his exact understanding of the sltua
Hon. Mr. Iliiymoud has recently roinn In the Inlands fiom the States and
sajs that he has no dosha to Indulge In politics. He merely wishes to
leach school In accordance with the beat American ldcalR, an prompted by
his own Rtudy nml Judgment. Consequently mi his opinion of tho situation
wuh not the name hh Copelund'H, ho refused to follow him, threat or no
lineal. The ulllduWt which Mr. Raymond innilo today follows
In ilew of Hie (act Hull a statement Iuih appeared In n recent after
noon paper In regard to me out Hie slKiuilnres of Meir. Cuielaiid anil
WeIN In reference to ni) refuslni; tn mow Hint Hie idle Mislnlnlnt; the
derision of Hie chair on Salurilnj ut Hie SuiieriMnt; l'rliirlpaK' inicllm; he
ri'roiislilcrcd, 1 wUli lo make Hie follow lui; slalemeiitt .
.Mr. Copclanil I. ilk id with me n iiiimher of lluies In refcreiKc lo his up.
poslllmi Id Hie Superintendent and Hie policies Hull lie was eiiili-aiorini; to
carrj out. in one in inesc coniersaiuius ne iiskeu ine o mine iuih tne
lole siistalnlnir the chair on Salurdii) at the SiipcriMnV.l'rlmlpals' inccl.
Inc , lie. rccansldercd. .1 made no ditlalle iroiule (u Jlr. t'opilaml In refer
inru to maklnir such n mnlloii, iiIHioiikIi I llstined to nil of his -siiL-L-rs.
linns. I jraie him u dellnlle answer ul before Hie openlin; of Hie niietlm.'
mi .Moudii) (o the effect Hint I would not make such a mullein.
In his ciiinersalloii lie claimed Hull lie hud Ih correct Idea of iiluil was
wauled and that Hie Supirlnleiuliiil was wroinr. He assured me Hull lie
knew Hint Hie Commissioners were nrlliel) opposed In lliti Siiperliilemleiit
mid Hint II was their hellef Hint Hie Superintendent was Incompetent nml
thai lie hint been assured Hint Hie I'oniuilsktoners, lite In number, durlni;
(heir Inst uieellnir were wIIIIiib to ko lo the (imernor In reference to this
matter, hat were preicnteil on nrroiiut of helm: ten bus).
hi: ASsriniH .mi: tiivt .int. aim:.n i:xi'i:ti:ii .hi: to join in
WITH HIM (COI'KI.INI)), IN HIS KIOIIT MilST Till: sri'lIIIINTIIN.
hunt, vm that if i kaii,i:i in tiik mi'I'ihit i wori,i not
I.IKKIiY III: IIIMIM'OINTKII. , , ,, ,
I told him Hint I came In Hie Islands In do sdioul work and would not
attempt to phi) polities In Hie !cuirtmcnt. iiiVMOMt
Subscribed and (.worn In before me, this Tniiit)-'i-rmiil d.ij of .Ma),
!). . HIIMtV S1IITII,
, Clerk Circuit Court, M ,1ml. Circuit, Tor. Haw.
RAISE IN STRENGTH FOR
COAST ARTILLERY HERE
Of tho 170 companies of const ar
tillery In tho Hulled Slates Army tho
two now stationed at Port ItiiRer have
been slimled out for special lCRlala
Hon, An Increaso In personnel has
been ordered for Hawaii, and Hawaii
alone, tho Canal Zone ami the Philip
pines, which nro usually bracketed
with this department for Increased
unit streiiKth, ImvliiK been ignored In
the present Itistnnce.
The authored! strength of it Coast
Artillery company Is 10 1 nunconimls
sloped olllccrH nml enlisted men, hut
very recently tho lo.'th and lB'Jtli
1 Companies, manning tho Diamond
Ilrnd.iyortar batteries, havo been rais
ed to' nil onllsled strength of 115 men.
, Kor this purpose 'J2 men wero recently
i drawn 'from tho threo companion nt
' ttu I'lnnclHco and brought hero on
, thu last transport.
The reason for this net Ion Is Hint
FOR DIG FILL
An electric, turhlun-drlvun dredge
will bo built hero nt ouco by tho Uird
Young Kuglliecrlug Company, lowost
I Idder on the big Kuwalo (III project,
which Is part of lliu Tenltory's recla
Tho aniinuiuemeiit of this yesterday
by thu successful continctors explains
partly how they aro figuring to makf
money on a bid of 12 cents per cubic
jard, when the two other bidders, thu
Hawaiian Dredging Company nud the
Honolulu Construction fc Draylnu Co.,
Has the Interested Attention of
TERRITORY, OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1912. 12
WINS IN OHIO
INTIMIDATION TRIED IN SCHOOL ROW
tho two cnmpanhiH nt linger have to
prnUdo the details that would ordina
rily fall on nn eight-company jios't. Tho
coast aitllleiynieii from linger havo
lo man Torts Kamchnmeha, Armstrong
nud Do Hussy, and although these nro
not really in commission there hi a
cortaln amount of coast defenso ord
nauio that has to bo kept up. Tho
coast nrllller) Is certainly short-hand.
c,d here, and the Army heads have
g'lven a little relief by lidding n few
With the nrrlMil of the First Infan
trv last week, tho Army of Oahu Is
substantially Inerensed ill strength,
and begins to assume the proportions
Hint it Is llio Intention of the War De
partment to round out as soon ns pos.
There aie now on Oahu otto full reg
iment of cavalry, two full regiments
(Cont'nued on Page 4)
bid $1 and iill cents por cubic ynrd re
spectively Tho llll Is estimated as
:ii;2.r,00 cubic aids.
The big dredge will cost approxi
mately $M),Hort, and will bu ready, It
Is expected. In about four montlis. Thu
Lord-Young Company expects to
dredge up Us sand from botwecn tho
roof and tho Ala Moana road, being
icquired, of course, not to get sand
close enough lo tho roadwuy to dam
age the btach there.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Way 22. The
Jury that will try Attorney Clarence
Darrow for bribery in the McNamara
case was completed today.
Mm. II. It. Hitchcock, formerly of
Honolulu but for some )ears past a
resident of Molokal, died suddenly last
nlKlit at 10 o'clock at their home nt
I ukoo. Tho news enmo to members
of tho family here today and a special
Inter-Island steamer was chartered,
leavliiK today for I 'ukoo. Tho causo
of death is not dellnllely known, i
.Mrs. llllchcock Ih tho mother of
Itex, llnndoliili and William Hitch
cock, tho hitler a young hoy, student
at l'unahou Preparatory. Handolph
graduates from Oahu College thin year.,
Itex Is a student at llnnard and prom
inent In athletics thole, and Itnn Is
prominent athletically at Oahu. Mrs,
Hitchcock has n number of relatives
In tho Islands, Rudolph Duncan of the
Hapld TraiiHlt Company Is a' lieplfotv.
Mr. Hitchcock Is a I' S. Deputy Man
The Kurd-Young Kngiucerlnfr I'tini-1
puny was granted the entire Job of I
repairing the queen street hdlkhead
wharf by the Hoard of Harbor t'oin-
tnhtHlntuTH thin afternoon The award
wuh made ovtr the protest of tho lllt
ti lit li It- I'iuTuic & I'oucrite Co, which I
tendered ItliN mi only two of the six i
proposals In Hit- contract for tho en
The Lord-Young conipaiij'H hid wan'
us follows' Proposal No 1, $17,tlS9; j
No. 1, Nor'west piles, 70c; ohhi plies
(1 lit), concrete piles U'.SO, und Muntz
metal I.:iii; No. :i, n pairing paving,
117,81118; No. 4. blank; No. 5, lum
ber and repairing ptr 1000 fett, 1.10;
No C, per cubic yard of concrete, 111!
Tho liltullthlc hid was IHI.EOO for
No. 4 und 117 for No, li.
HAN 1-TlANl'ISro. t'nl . May Si
Sugar; tic degrees test, a a:'c Pre
vIouh (imitation. 2.M,r Herts: SS
analysis, lis 10 1 -2d. pnrltv, 4 51c
Previous ituntatlnn, lis. lid,
REAL ESTATE MEN RACING TO
GET SPRECKELS PROPERTY?
That the sudden departuro of three
prominent reul estate men for San
I'runclbco this morning Is duo to a
desire to get In on tho ground floor In
bundling the Spreckcls property hern
Is tho tip out today, und believed to
bo a gootl one by other real estate
men and brokers,
V. 13. Steore, of the WuterhouBO
Trust Company; I. II. Ileadle of tho
Trent Trust company, and Klmer M.
Schwnrzbcrg, of thu James F. Morgan
company, nro all on the ocean wavo,
bound for Sun Francisco. Steore and
Ileadlo am aboard the Wllhelmlna, hut
Schwarzherg booked out on tha Sier
ra, thinking that he will land In San
Frunclsco a couple of hours before tho
others nml thus get it running start
on whateter big business deal there
Is on hand.
Stcero's prospective trip has really
been no secret He Is going on to
Drown university, his alma uuitur, for
commencement and n class reunion.
However, the story Is that while In
Sun Kranclsco ho will attempt to ho-
curo tho handling of the Spreckels
Forty-Five Counties Already
Counted For Colonel-LaFollette
Beats Taft In 2 Counties
(Ahuik- tixl l'rtsa Cable )
COLUMBUS, 0., May 22. Colonel Rooiovelt It astured of majority con
trol of the Ohio delegation to thi national Republican convention, according
to the returns to far secured from yo tterday'a presidential primary conteet
In Tail's own State.
Roosevelt Is assured of thirty-two out of forty-two of the Congressional
Returns from fifty-nine out of eighty-eight counties show that Roose
velt has to far carried iorty-five.
One thousand delegates will meet at the State convention on June 3, at
which six delegates at large will be selected. Both the Roosevelt and Taft
forces claim they will get the delegates at large,
i In the Democratic column, Harmon will probably get thirty-five and
Governor Wilson seven delegates.
Roosevelt's preferential majority is probably 2500. La Follette beat Taft
In two counties. The La Follstte strength was a surprise.
HARMON'S MAJORITY MAY EXCEED ROOSEVELT'S
(B-cuil 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n Cnbk- )
COLUMBUS, O- May 22. It it believed that Governor Harmon's Oem
ccratlo majority will exceed even tha t of Roosevelt in the Republican vot
ing. Harmon carried the tame number of countiet.
The countiet that Taft carried are all Democratic strongholds. The ru
ral vote, at early returns Indicated, i a light.
Champ Clark and Bryan were given only scattering votes.
Taft carried his home district. Four out of five Republican Congress
men were renominated. Fourteen Dem ocrats out of eighteen districts were
successful. Among the Congressmen renominated was Nicholas Longworth,
son-in-law of Roosevelt.
DIXON URGES TAFT TO WITHDRAW FROM RACE
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 22. Senator Dixon, Roosevelt's manager,
urges that Taft withdraw.
Taft Is preparing to stump New Jersey.
ROOSEVELT SAYS THIS
OYSTER BAY, Mass., May 22.
ment saying that the result in Ohio t
DISCREPANCY IN FIGURES
Collet tor of Inttrunl Hevenue t'ot
trlll pointed out this morning that
some discrepancy exists between tho
morning cable n port on the third dis
trict, ami the logical eoiitluslon lo bo
drawn floni previous elect foil figures.
Ill the returns given hi this morning's
paper, the third district was said to
hate glvtn approximately 100,000, ami
Collector Cotlrlll sayn that In the last
diction tho lleinibllciius, Democrats,
Iudeptndeiits, Socialists und libor
parlies 'all togetlur polled only CC.O00
Arizona's six ib legates to I be Re
publican national convention will be
Instructed for Taft
A recent court decision In Callfor-
nla bus settled the famous Spreckels
will legal I l'hl, Clans, Rudolph nml
Kmma being the winners ngalnst the
other heirs. Property valued at close
to a million dollars In Hawaii Is In
volvcjl. In downtown property the
most prominent Is tho trnct along
! Hlshop street below Merchant. Then,
too, thero Is the splendid tract out on
l'unahou street, whore tho flno old
Spreckels resldonci Is fnlllng Into de
cay, untenanted and no A' almost un
tenable The court decision sets title to the
property at rest and us the heirs htue
been unxlous to sell for some time,
most of It will probably bo disposed
The l'unahou tract would mnko an
t Ideal hulcl site, and severnl leal es
tate men havo tried to swing a deal
jWlth tills ns tho basis. A hul of local
iiieu is now considering getting llie
Spreckels property, It Is stated.
Thero Is ulo a tip that tho lslt of
tlin t-Al1 Dllnlu mill, la l,t ,.,, nnllnn
I "" -,. ...v,.n ,,, v.,,,.... .,,...
'with tho big hotel deal In which coast
j capital la Interested In establishing a
I hotel hero and ut tho volcano.
The merchant who will not advertise
LETS BUSINESS SLIP THROUGH
HIS FINGERS and permit! it to go to
the man who doei advertise, who tells
the public where he l, and what ha
hat to tell, and how he sells it.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Colonel Roosevelt today issued a state,
ettles the Republican nomination.
SUGAR TRUST TRIAL
(S-clnl flu llx tin Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y- May 22. In the
sugar trust case today, Havemeyer'a
Colorado representative, Chester 8.
Morey, described the ousting of Bou
telle from the presidency of the Wind
sor company and the stripping of au-
tnoruy irom mm. An attempt is be
ing made to show that the trust crush
I. W. W. HAS DEFENDERS
(Hrs-clal II u lift In Cable. 1
SACRAMENTO, Cal, May 22Dop-
uty Attorney General Bejamin will
probably be tent to San Diego also to
investigate the I. W. W, trouble! there.
JUDGE LINDSEY VICTOR
(Sprclnl It ti lift In Cable.)
DENVER, Colo., May 22 Judge B.
B. Llndsey, famous juvenile court orig
inator and reformer, was today reelect
ed. The reform ticket beat the Demo
crats by 20,000 votes,
"HATJN THE RING"
' ' Hal in llie Illng" Is the nnme ?
' flmrge Thlelen has glten to a
little forty-eight bull game he
Iuih Imcnted ns a ant city for !'
the political cninpulgii The Idea $
Is (is ingenious nnd fetchlns iih
pigs In t Inter," nnd when ?
woiKed nut is certain to make ?
hit Thlelen, as an ardent
Itoosewli'inan. got to thinking ?
II oter the other day and utter -f
- e olt lug it top to express his
oh n M-ntlments thought It good A
enough to patent. The papers J
luiM- been made, out nnd sent ?
to Washington. Tho authority j
lo iiiauufacture has been given 4
Ui-ortie II. Carter, and lie will 5
.take Die matter up Immediate- -?
ly he arrives on th mainland. -i
He expectls to have n lot of $
- "Hat In the King" novel ties to J
distribute In the convention nnd
krsp Hawaii In the ee of pub- -j
lie fuor. 5
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