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14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1912. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
With the arrlvnl yoHlcrdr.y of Major
ir. Frank Cheatham, tiu'irtormnster's
department. United Stales Army, for attracted by tlio HliotH nnd received
duty here, tbo Depart n.ent of Hawaii 111" n wounds wblle trying to quell
rose nuotber step In military Import- tho disturbance. If this Is subslan
nticc. by becoming tho only depart-1 Hated, his actB may bo construed as
incut In tbo entlro Army organization ' Hn f !"". a"1' should bo die his
to havo n chief quartermaster. Here-, beneficiaries would bo entitled to a
toforo chief quartermasters liato been1 bonollt of six months" pay nnd n pen
allotted only to illvlslons. With the lo- "Is record also would read
departure In favor of Hawaii, tbo Ar-liulto differently from having been
my of Onhu comes nearer still to tllvi-l ktlll In a drunken brawl,
ilon rank. I (!,,y "ea nt '''ft Shatter hospital and
Mnjor Cheatham has been expected' Uttlo liopo for his recovery Is held
Tor several months, but for ono reason -it. He Is completely paralyzed, and
nr another his departure wns delayed tlio surgeons say that tho bullet cut
from tiniMport to transport. .Ho comes 1 "I'loal roril. n"d Ibat ho will never
to Honolulu recnllarly qnnlltlcd to bovu tbo uso or bis limbs again. Ho
tnku charge of tbo Important construe- ,I,nilo statement to Colonel Stamper
thin work nl Schotlold llarrncks. und tbo dny after the shooting, nnd has
tbo projected Work at tbo other forts, talked of the eients from time to Hum.
lifting to tho fact that ho was presl- nccounts, however, do not tnlly,
dent of the board known as the Chen- ""'l wind seems to wnnder when
than' board, which decided on tbo per- trying to recall Just what happened,
mnnent jilons for Schollcld. nnd deslg- The only statement he sticks to Is
noted the typo of barracks and quar- "t ho bad no direct connection with
tern that will eventually dot tho I.ello- tho affair,
bun plain. Ho Is therefore thoroughly wnt Statement,
fninlllnr with nil tho plans, and can1 This afternoon Major Kennedy,
take up the work here without having' chief medical olllcer, will probably
to ramlllurlzo himself with Its general will for tho sheriff or ifuo of his depu
ebumctor. Now that there Is a chief "' t tnlo a rormnl statement from
quartermaster. Captain Onme. former-, city. Major Kennedy believes that
ly depot quartermaster, and Captain tl10 n Is strong enough to talk, but
Fdwards. formerly constructing qunr- advises that any statement bo taken
termastor, becomo assistants to the nK B00 ' possible, as thcro Is no
chlcr quartermaaler. lloth. .however,' telling when tho trooper's condition
will continue their present duties. will tnko a turn for the worse.
No More Nrw Work Now. Al 1 o'clock this nftcruoon Deputy
Major Cheatham brings tho news ShorlfT Hoso und six members of the
that no morn work will bo started at coroner's Jury visited tbo scene of tbo
Scholleltl Hnrmcks In tbo Immediate 'mens to exnmlno tho position or tbo
future. i rooms and take further testimony.
"Tbo cavalry post, and tbo sots of l'ondlng the arrival of Deputy Prose
Infantry quarters which havo already cutlne Attorney A. M. Ilrown, the
been started by Cuplaln F.dwnrds, urn Deputy nud tho Jurors mnilc n careful
nil that are In prospect Just now," said examination or tbo premises. Just
Mnjor Cheatham to a 11 u 1 le 1 1 iu.ro- outside tho room of the Japanese
porter this morning. "Tho reason landlord; Saburo Yoneshlge. thoy ill.
Ihnt there will be no more work done covered a bullet-hole, which still fur.
Just now Is that thcro are no funds 'her complicated the enso, as tbo In
available. Them's not a dollar In lestlgatlon failed to ngrco on the po
hlgbt fur more limn wo have blocked sltlon or tbo innu who did tho shoot-
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I evldonco about the cutting,1 the shoot-
With tho acquisition or n silo for lB of City being moro to tho front,
tbo now proposed Catholic chapel at I Charles Chllllngworth represented
Punuhoii. tho chapel Is rapidly taking Youesblgo ut tho hearing this after
lietlnlto shape. The silo has been so-i " Tbo place where the frnras oc
cured liv Father Stephen. It Is uet I turroil Is tbo Mnkluo building, und not
to tbo Abblo K. Dowsett property iul-,ll' - K- block, as first reported.
Joining the Spieekrls property on I'll-' Tho three soldiers, Richard C. Spal
unbou street, and Is about K.u by liiil zer, K. J. l.nvell and (ieorgo II. Fltz
feet. Tbo purchase prlco Is said In1 ferald, who were named by City as
havo approximated $2f00. being ol tbo party, and who wero
Work will Blnrt Immediately on' brought to testify at tbo coroner's In
plans for tbo chiniel, and It Is hoped 'l'"'"1 Inst night over the death of Prl
to have construction going early. Moro vatu Ilostlc, wero nblo to throw Uttlo
than $4000 were raised for tho chapel "Blit on tbo mystery. Their tcHtlmo
fuiid at tbo recent fair nt Thomus "iy was a distinct disappointment, for.
Square, and enough money Is now. according to their story, thoy beard
available to Insure the success of tbo
undertaking. Tim chnpel Itself will
cost about $10,000, and or tbo $13,000
necessary nearly half has been so
cured. Tho site Is regarded as an unusual
ly advantageous one.
Wo have tho largest ttock m the city
of both Granite and Marble.
Orders will havo our prompt atten
tion. H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Phono 2643 Merchant and Atakei
Tho llfo of Private Hoscoe City,
Troop A, nili Cavalry, hangs by a
slender thread, and should ho dlo from
tint wounds which lio received In tlio
eliootlng and Rtnbhing alfray at Iwllcl
last Monday, a question of peculiar In
terest an to his HtatiiR at the time of
tlio shooting, will eoine up. In nil Ills
HtatcmciitH, which havo been more or
less Involved and lndellnlte. City hns
Mock to tbu Htory that lie wax not
directly Involved In tbu fraea, but was
I II ir Alwml linlr nf llinlll lli.illi.l.l ll.nl
Mho shot wns llred toward tho room,
, Milking tho floor In front of It, while
tho rest leaned to tbo belief Hint tho
Mint was fired from the Inslilo of the
loom through tho door.
! In nny event, tho detective work
around tbo bullct-holo hud very Uttlo
to do with the actual Inquest, as llos
, tic, tbo dead soldier, was stabbed, nod
rot shot. So far there has been Uttlo
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MILITARY BAND AT
The First Infantry baud will give a
cniiccyt at the Alexander Young Hotel
i oof giirdcu tonight, c ineiiclng at
half-past seven The program will be:
, March Washington (trays Orafulht
Overture Juliel Flotow
Waltz Invitation a la Vnlsii. .Weber
Ki lection Tlio Dollar Princess. ..Kail
. Kulte llallet Dgyptlcu I.iiIkIiiI
.Seienade Im Puloma Vradler
Melecllon The Cbocolatu Soldier
Fantasia Maryland rihort
(Special II ll I If till Cubic )
CHICAGO, III., June 13. The national committeemen of
the outlying territories, particularly H. L. Holstein, commit
teeman for Hawaii, California's neighbor, were criticized
here at a public meeting for voting to support Taft's flag
rant theft, through his strength on the committee, of two.
Reprisals against Hawaii have been discussed.
The above cablegram was received this morning by the I) u 1 let In from
A. 1 C. Atkinson, who Is In Chicago. Mr. Atkinson carried with him cre
dentials which have enabled 1 1 1 lit to attend tho nutlonul committee sessions,
TAFT MEN STILL
(Annclntcil Precs Cable.)
CHICAGO, III.. June 13. Twelve Mittitslppl delegates were teated to
day, all Taft men. The Mittouri delegation it a compromise. Four at large
atnd four from dlttrictt are Roosevelt men, while Taft men teated were tix
Four Roosevelt men, district delegatet from North Carolina, were also
The total delegate! teated today are 159 Taft men and thirteen Roose
velt men. Total contetted delegatet are 254.
National Committeeman Sturgit of Arizona today moved to exclude
Franclt J. Heney from the committee tettiont on the ground that he at a
Democrat it running on the Democratic ticket for dittrict attorney of San
Francltco. Heney replied spiritedly that he it running Independent, al
though he wat indorted by the Demooratt. The motion to exclude wat tabled.
HAWAII GETS WORST OF
IT IN NEW ARMY BILL
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Snclnl 11 ii I let In correspondence!
WASHINGTON, I). C, Juno 1. Tho
Army appropriation bill as dually rig
ged up by the Senate and House con
ferees Is calculated to make sumo
hearts thump out In Hawaii. Two
fcuturcM or It seem Inclined to givo
tho Islunds a shado the worst of It
These may be further Ironed out be
fore the bill Is eventually t-cnt to the
President for approval. At the same
time there Is always a tendency to ac
cept conference reports and save
trouble, and hard work.
Ono proposition forbids the pay
ment of foreign service money to olll
cors and men In Hawaii. The Philip-
PORE FOOD EXPERT AT WORK HERE
Federal Chemist A. W. IIuhboii, sent
out frnm tho government's laboratory
nt Chicago to tako charge of tho Fed
eral Inspection of food In tthls Terri
tory, arrived on tlio transport Thomas
yesterday afternoon with his wife and
two children, and from tho business
llko manner in which ho has taken
hold of his work somo Interesting de
velopments In tho work of food In
spection here Is anticipated shortly.
j At an curly hour this morning bo
met Food Inspector Hlunchiird at the
public Ireo dispensary building, whero
Tim funeral services of Walter Hart-
ley, the Titanic band leader, who went
to Ills Heath leading his band, were
held at Manchester. Kng. and were at
tended by 30,000 persons.
The home of the late Isldor .Straus
lu New York was sold and In a few
months will be torn down to make
room for a new IS-story apartment
CRITICISED FOR HIS
VOTE AGAINST TEDDY
pines Is not Included In this cutting
down or expenses. Hawaii and Porto
Rico nro tho only exceptions nnulo.
This would naturally hnvo a denres-
sing effect on the troops stationed In
The other untoward provision Is
that u commission designated to de
termine what Army posts should be
consolidated or abandoned shall also
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nil.,.!,,!.-,. ,,. ... ,vt.ii. i u.j iiuiiiuer
was recently figured out by tho War
I'cpartmunt ottlclals and tbo construc
tion of quarters taken up to meet tho
quota. It will doubtless proe dis
tressing to have the entire subject
re-opened In this unexpected manner.
the two olIlclalB nro to share tho flame nf Merchant and Alakea streets,
olilces and laboratory, and spent tho The headquarters wero opened at
entlro morning forming acquaintance. noon yesterday, and the various com
wlth tho city and the rood supply ays- mlttces nro now holding almost liour-"l-
' ly meetings tor perfecting; tholr part
I'p to tho present tlmo lllanchard , lu the big house-cleanlng program. Tho
has served both as Federal and Ter- rooms nro open from s o'clock In the
rltorlal food Inspector. It Is thought morning until 5 In tho afternoon dally,
now that Hansen will tako chargo or and It Is more than probable that be- i
tho Federal work, though this has not foro the cumisilgn l ended n good
been ascertained, nnd tho manner In many nlRht sessions will have to bo
which thn wnrk u-Ht bn illvblAil bo- bel,l '
tween tho two olllclals cannot be stut- Will J. Cooper or the Btnr reporto
ed definitely. rial stuff, who was secretary last year
llarnn Marschall von Illehersteln. tho
i new Herman nmhassador to Imgland,
will receive a salary of J37.S0O a year.
the largest salary paid to any Herman
As a result of the smallpox scaro In
the -Norwich University, a military
academy ut Northlleld, Vt., many per
sons connected with tho school nro
sleeping under canvas.
' I'ROORAM FOR THK FOURTH.
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..v.-., ,......, . . -... .nee rcpon on me army diii, ousting ueneral Leonard Wood, chief of ttaff.
i. n bquare. .,.,,,. Th dba,e over the adoption of the report wat bitter. It wat openly
11:30 a.m.--Army sports nt Knplolanl charged on the floor of tho Houte that Wood it the victim of a plot of tha
i-arn cavalry mousey nrni,
Cnvntrv mnnnlnln linllnrv
' Cnvalry mountain
drill. Artillery drill
1 p.m. Motorcycle races, Kaplolaul
2 p.m. Ilnseball, Kaptolant Park.
2 p.m. Track meet, Kaplolanl Park.
3:30 p.m. Horse racing, Kaplolanl
8 p.m. Wntor carnival, Honolulu hap
' 8 p.m. "Kruptlon of Punchbowl."
8:30 p.m. Flroworks, Sand Island.
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i iiiu-u rurcu i
rlr.l Infnnlrv ll.n.1
Marshal Ilrown and Doputy Marshal; for the Rapid Transit Company, this
Courtenny (both mounted) .morning llled In Supren.e Court hi.
Fifth Cnvalry Hand
Antiques and Horribles (comic
Parade to form nt Capitol grounds,!
i mnrch begins at 8 o'clock.
A hundred or more autos, sporting
'American Hags and with pretty girls
dressed in white as passengers, Is n
i feature of the big Fourth of July Pa
irado suggested jestcrday at a meeting
uir the Fourth or July committee and
received with inslnnt approval.
I Chairman Marston Campbell mado
'the suggestion and Julius linger, Man-
nle Phillips, J. Walter Doylo, Norman
courtcnay and U. F. Chllllngworth,
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ALL GETTING READY
Clenn-I'n Headquarters. Maeoon Hide.
Comer Alakeii and Merchant Kts.
Clcan-l'p Telephone, No, 1S65.
Tho headt of all the Clean-Op Day
committees hae been called to a meet
lug at 3:30 this afternoon ut head
quarters. The captains of the districts have
been called to a meeting at t o'clock
beadquarters. Actlnir Oovernnr
Mott-Siultli will talk to the captains
on plans for the day of Inspection.
Chairman Hermit of the carta::"
I'oinmlttee asks that a prompt reply
be made to the postcard requests sent
out some days ago to owners of ve
hicles and teams, it Is very neces
sary that the committee know what
! cartage facilities It may count on for
1 Clean-Up Day, as oon as possible.
I No. 13CS Is the new telephone Just
Installed lu Clean-Up Day headquar
In the Mnannn biilbllnip. corner
at the llrst Clean-Up Day In Hono
lulu, bus been appointed to tho same
position this year and has general
charge of the headquarters.
Tho captains of the various districts
held a meeting nt 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon and went over the ground
I to bo covered. Illunks wero dlstrlb
uted sulllclent for all nf the captains
and Inspectors under them, which will
be used next .Saturday, Juno IS, In
noting the condition of every place vis.
I till In the preliminary Inspection to
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11 VOTES TO "
0U3I GEN. WOOD
WA"N?. C, Jun. 13-Th.
late Mark Hanna, kept alive by Honna't
FOR ITS APPEAL
B hi M I I K. I
I Attomev II. I,. Wllhlnctnn. ennnanl
uiemoranuum or nutnorltles on tlio
courfa Judgment In the paving case. :
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'Assistant Attorney General Smith has
assistant Attorney uenerni smiin nns
not decided yet whether he will (lie an '
answer, but will oxnmlno Wlthlng-
tnH'a -ll..ll.nu llila nrin,iinnn In .!-
ton's citations this nttcrnoon to do
ternilne whether nn answer Is neccs-'l
miry or desirable. j
The court's ruling on the question
ns to whether It Is ontltled to enter
Judgment on its recent decision In the
Rnpld Transit paving case Is not un
tlclpated for several days.
MOTHER THINKS SOLDIER-
Was It foul pbiy that brought Pri
vate Thomas O. Carney of Schollibl
llarraeks to his death In the wii.n
of Wahliiwa reservoir last .March'.'
That Is the qucKtlon that Prlvit.'
Carney's mother, tbouKands of mlP'M
nwuy, luih boon trying to solve, fur
with the Information Mie received
the clrcumstiinces surrounding bis J
ueayi ami ner intimate KiimvicoKu i a
dearly-loved Min, she does not believe
lie was aceiiientniiy iirowneu, which i ,
the theory tnat lias lieeu held up to ,
the present time. I
i arucy s uome was in .iirousiyo, ..
V nud his heartbroken mother has
been seeking In vain for some clue to
her son's death. The body was found
lu the reservoir on tho afternoon of
March 20, and It was believed Carney
bail sllppid ami fallen down the steep
sides of the reservoir. He wns a mem
ber of Company II. Second Infantry
Ills comrudes said that he could not
swim, ami lu tne army men it loosen
like u plain case of accident The
body was shipped luck to his mother
Tim mother did nut bellexe the death
was accidental, and she Immediately
luMllutcd an inquiry as well as she
could from such u distance She sent
here for all available facts, and the
Ilulletln, which published the news
of the death on Monday. April 1. was
Dllllcultles, though perhaps these
may be only slight and easily sur
mounted, are expected to be encoun
tered lu the notation of the $1,500,000
bond Issue, on which Governor Fre.tr
Is now thought to b.tvo reported to the
President, and which Just now It badly
needed by the Territory of Hawaii.
The department of public works Is
practically at n standstill, all the fiind.i
available liaNlug Heen expended or
contracted for. and un new public
work can now be undertaken, except
the Jobs all rally let to contractor,
until the new notation has been undo
lu the Fast.
Acting Governor Mott-Hmlth be-
Hoot, today adopted the confer-
friende, at part of Hanna'a enmity
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Taft on hit Wettern trln had mulcted
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SAN FRANCISCO. Cal .
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iiKkt-il to Merure nnd did secure for-!
Mrs earn, y the few scant facts then j. J
tiiuuii me opny was louncl lloatIng.-,j
in me water nnu was unrecognizable,-'!
as It hud been In tho water for two i
weeks, but wns Identified by various,
iirtlelis jin the khaki suit and In the"
The Infnrmntlim Kent Mr. rn.nu.J
was that the post held to tho accl-'fa
ueiuai ueain tneory on tno uellet that t
Carney could not swim. Ills mother?
uowever, immeiiinteiy punctures this,
tneory. Tlio II til let In Is In nosseS-i
shin of a letter by her In which Hje-'fl
iijii mat me young tellow wan Vcl :
pi'inilil swlminrr and thnt. In fact. It
was the brunch of sport In which ho '
excelled. "Wo nro thinking ho met
with foul play." says Mrs. Cnrucy In
her letter, "iiinl was thrown In there
to hide the crime"
The nulclile theory she iilno disproves
by usmrtlng that ho had been very
' buppy and cheerful and liked tho nost. .
me noy reit very nappy out thero,"
writes the mother, "and told us often
' twint a pretty place It was.'' Vu
She Intimates that an Investigation
of the elreuumtmices may ho asked,
but says iiImo thnt III view of tho tlino
thnt lias elapsed since the body was
round, and that all her Inquiry would
have to be carried on by correspond
i nee It probably would not bring uny
NEXT BOND ISSUE
Ilexes that Oovernnr 1-Year, who was
due to leave Washington yesterday for
Chicago, will find It necossary to re- .
turn to New York after the Hepubll-
ni iiiiiiiuiai convention, to malto ai
careful diagnosis of tho nulso of ihe'j
market before Treasurer C'onkllng goes'
l ah to conduct tbo formalities of tho J
uomi sale. Tills sale has not yet beeni
nuthorlKcd by the President, nnd may'
not ue until after tlio convention. In
little doubt Is expressed ns to Taffa J
willingness to grant tho Terrltory's'S
me reports already received from
(invrrnor 1 rear Indicate that
, prospective buyers lit New York
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