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14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1912. 14 PAGES.
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CRITICISED FOR I HI
VOTE AGAINST TEDDY
n H Tlio tiro of Private Itoscoe City,
I I II I Bl I I Troop A, Mil Cavalry, hangs by a
the wounds which ho received In tlio
snooting unci stnuuing aurny at ivvuei
I .HI laHt Monday, a question of p-cullnr In
kf Villi vJ torest ns to IiIh Hiatus at the time of
tlio shooting v I II como up In all his
statements, which hao been mom or
loss Intolvctl and Indefinite, City has
Willi Mm nrrlinl ii.l,.ntr.v nf Mnlnr klllck lo the Story that llO Was Hot
H. Frank Cheatham, cppirtermnstor'H directly Involved in tlio fracaH. but was
department. United States Army, for attracted by tlio shots and received
duty hero, tlio Department of Hawaii, ' " wounds whllo trying to quell
lose another step In mllllarj Impoil- tlio disturbance If thin In substnn
ancc, b becoming tlio onl) depart-l tlated, his acts ma) bo construed as
inont In the entlro Army oiganlzntlon ' Hn of lt. and should ho tlio his
In have n chief (psartermnster Here- beneficiaries would bo entitled to n
toforo chief quartermasters liavo been' benefit of six. months pay and n pen
allotted only to divisions. With tlio '"" " rec.rd also would read
departuro In faor of Hawaii, the Ar-' 1"H differently from linvlng been
my of Oahii comes nearer still to dlvl i killed l n drunken brawl,
i Ion rank. I ('" "cs nt ' orl Shatter hospital and
Major Choothnm has been expected m,l l'0"0 fo'' 'lls recovery Is held
for several months, but for ouo reason cut Ho is completed pnrnlzcel, nnd
or another lil departure was dela)ed lio Riirge-ons sa that tlm bullet cut
f i om trnnaport to transport. Ho comes III" l'ltml cord, and that ho will never
to Honolulu peculiar qunllllod lo It"" tlio usu of his limbs again Ho
lake chargo of tho Important umstruc "nll a statement to Colonel Stamper
llrm work nt Sc hiillelil llnrrnrks. nnd tho day after the shoollng, and has
I ho mojeiltil work at the other forts, talked of tho ovonls from llnuUU time,
HAWAII'S VOTE .
Roosevelt Men Talk Reprisal
(Hrsclcel lln ll tin CnbW-)
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 publ'c meeting for voting to support Taft's flag
rant theft, through his strength on the committee, of two
Reprisals against Hawaii have been discussed.
E VOTES I
The nbovo cablegram was received this morning by the II ul let In from
A 11 C AtkliiBon, who Is In Chicago Mr Atkinson carried with him cre
dentials which hae enabled lilm to attend the national (committee sessions
Ills aicoiintH, however, do not tally.
nnd his mind semis to wander when
tr)lng to fcrall Jiibt what happened.
The only slutcnuiit he sticks to is
that he had no dluct connection with
This afternoon Major Kennedy,
TAFT MEN STILL
I'ltOQUAM I'OIl TIIK FOUP.TH.
,S? "J1- ?.""?. .. r, . ' WASHINGTON, a C, June 13 The House today adopted the confer-
,.. .... nm.-m.jr ,.,ufilu,, ui ib: ence report on the army bill, ousting General Leonard Wood, chief of staff.
.. , square. The debate over the adoption of the report was bitter. It was openly
11.30 a.m.-Army sports at Kaplolanl eh.r0.d on the floor of the House that Wood is the victim of a plot of th.
Park; Cavalry monkey drill, ,i, Mark Hanna, kept ahv. by H.nn.'s friends, a. part of Hanna's enmltj
Cavalry mountain battery to Roosevelt enmny
drill. Artillery drill.
lpm. Motorcyclo races, Kaplolanl
2 p m. Hancball, Kaplolanl Park.
2 p m. Track meet, Kaplolanl Park
3 30 pm. Horse racing, Kaplolanl
8 p m. Water carnival, Honolulu hnr
8pm. "Kruptlon of Punchbowl"
S'30im. Fireworks, Sand Island.
OHUKH OF PAHAIJK
HANFORD'SACT TAFT CHARGED
TO BE PROBED
....'-".'."JJI1.1.1 Stl" P,We'1 v,-lMt .1 ri- , mm
waoninciuiN, u. e June 13. The WASHIUrthm. n r. i..-.
House today unanimously directed a Ar.hr, j. cn,.,.i er w.... v.c .1..1.
subcommittee consisting of Repreten- man of the House committee on'appro-
First infantry Hand Walter I. McCoy of New Jersey and today ov". appropriation, bliuriy a -Marshal
I rown and Deputy Marshal Edw. W. Higglns of Connecticut to go tacked President T. The ch.?a.
Courtenay both mounted) i cm. .j .u.. i.... .. i .i. . . ,rr,""nl '"." '" enarga
............. ...,., ,,,..., ,..,,- was maoe, in connection with an item
gate the Hanford-Olssen Incident. Fed- 0f $2500 for traveling expenses, that
eral Judge Hanford of the western dis- Taft on his Western trip had mulcted
t.T W M L . ,n8 newspaper men and secret service
ovvliii; In the fact that bo was presi
dent of tho board known us the Chen
tliam board, whlili decided on tho per
manent plans fin Sthofleld, nud desig
nated the typo of barracks and quiu
teiH that will evinliially dot the I.elle
lina plain He Is thciefore tlioioughly
f.iinttlni ultli nil tlin ulnnit. nmt rnti
take up tho wink hrre without hnvlngiruici mcuicai omcer. win prouauiy
lo familiarize himself with Its general ' "lid for tho sherlll or ouo of his depu
chnraclcr Now that thcie Is a chief "" to lake a foiiunl statement fiom
qiiiirlermiister. Citlitalu anme, former-, t'l'y MnJr Koimeil) believes that
ly dtpot uuartcrniaster, and Captalni tlio man Is strong enough to talk, but
lMwnrds. formerly constructing quar-1 mlvlscB that any stnloment bo taken
lei master bicomo nsslslanls to tho "8 wl0 as possible, as there Is no
chief quarlei muster Doth, however.! telling when tho trooper's lonclltlou
will continue their piesent duties. H1 !tn turn for the worse
No More New Work Now. At 1 o'clock this afternoon Deputy
Mnjor Cheatham bilngs tho news' Sherllf Hoso and six members of tlio
that no nmro wmk will bo started nt coroner's Jury visited the seeno of tho
Hcbolleld I)mruks in the Imimdliite friu.aa to examine the position of tho
fiilnro. I r"0,,,s i"l 'ako further testimony
'"I ho cavalry post and tlio sets o I'oniJlng tho nrrlvnl of Deputy Prose
Inrnnlry quniurs whUli have nlreadj cutlng Altomej A M Ilrovvn. tho
limn started by Captain lMwnrds, are Deputy and the Jurors made a can fill
all that nie In prospea Just now." italil , cpxninliintlcin of tho premises Jiuit
MnJcii Chealhiim to a Hullo tin le outside tho room of tho Japanese
lorter this morning. "'I he renson '""""ril. Salmni 'ioHoshlge. they ills.
Hint there will be no moie work done1 covered a bullet hole, which still fur.
Just now Is that Hiiro are no funds tlior complicated tho case, as the n
avalla'Wo. Thcio's not n dollar in Mitigation failed In agree on tlio po
sight for main than wo have blocked "Mum f tho man who did the shoot.
(AHuecliitnl Press Cable1 )
CHICAGO, III., June 13. Twelve Mississippi delegates were seated to
day, all Taft men. The Missouri delegation is a compromise. Four at large
asnd four from districts are Roosevelt men, while Taft men seated were six
Four Roosevelt men, district delegates from North Carolina, were also
The total delegates seated today are 1S9 Taft men and thirteen Roose
velt men. Total contested delegates are 254.
National Committeeman Sturgis of Arnona today moved to exclude
Francis J. Heney from the committee cessions on the ground that he as a
Democrat is running on the Democratic ticket for district attorney of San
Francisco. Heney replied spiritedly that he is running independent, al
though he was indorsed by the Democrats. The motion to exclude was tabled.
Courtenay (both mounted)
Fifth Cavalry Ilanil
Antiques and Horribles (comic sec
Pnrade to form nt Capitol grounds,.
marcn begins at ociock.
cltiienship papers because he admit- men accompanying him to .-replJnlsh""
ted he was a Socialist. the funds. '
ARCHBALD CHARGES UP iSAN JOSE BANKER
IN SECRET SESSION, SUICIDE BY HANGING
(niacin I tin l In In Cihle V
WASHINGTON, D. C June 13. The
HAWAII GETS WORST OF
IT IN NEW ARMY BILL
SptioI 11 ii II i tin CaW V
SAN JnRF. Mv li... 14 I
Senate committee on Judiciary today A. Costa, a prominent banker of this
i""f. w.inrg .gamsi Juoge city, was found a suicide today. Ha
'Archbald of the commerce court, In a had hanged himself.
A hundred or mom autos, sporting secret session. He is charged with , M, ,
American lings and with pretty girls having accepted favors from railroads CIlrAR
dresBcd In white as passengers, Is a "d in other ways laying himself open oUUttn
feature of the big Fourth of July Pa- to suspicion of corruption. !
rado suggo8ted jesterday at a meeting' ' SAN I'ltANClKCO Cnl Juno 13.
of the Fourth of July'commltteo nnd OHFAN sAFFfillARrls U " "'""J"1" " 10 -d
received with Instant approval. I pnnoroTcn xn or-siA-rr '"'""'
Chairman Marstnn Campbell made SUGGESTED TO SENATE BONINE PICTURES
i lie suggestion anil jiiiius unger, Man- at DICUnD Unl I
(Hnwinl ii ii 1 1 1 1 n ftiM i " uioiiui IlttLC
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 13. The
nle Phillips, J Walter Doyle, Norman
Courtenay and C V CMUIngvvorth,
(Continued on Page 3)
(Continued on Page 6)
lug About half of them thought Hint
the shot vns llred toward tho room,
Mriktng tho lloor In front of It, whllo
tlio rest leaned to the belief that the
Flint was 111 eel fiom the inshlo of tho
loom through the door.
In any event, the detectlvo work
around tho bullet holo had very llttlu
to do with the actual inquest, ns llos
tie. tho dead, soldier, was stabbed, and
rot shot Ko far Iheio has been little
evidence about the cutting, tho shoot
ing of City being moro to tho front.
Charles Chlllingvvnrtli represented
Yor.cshlgo at tho hearing this after
noon. Tho placo wheio the fiaeas oc
curred Is the Mnklnn building, and not
the O K block ns first reported
I lie three soldleis, Itlehard C Spat-
With tlio acquisition of a site for
tho now proposed Cat Italic chapel at
Piinaliou, tho thnpel Is rapidly taking
dclliilto shape 'I ho site has been so
cured 1i Father Stephen It Is next
to the Abblo K Duwsett proporty ad
joining tho Spreckels proper!) on Pu-izer, K J l.avell and Ceoigo It I'll
uulioii street, and Is about inn li Hi( eerald, who were named by City ns
foot. 'I ho purchase irlco Is said to, being of tho party, nud who were
liavo approximated $2.',ii0 lbtouglit to testify at the coroner's In
Work will start Immediately on quest last night over the death of Prl
plans for tho chapel, and It Is hoped vale Ilostlc, weio nblo to throw little,
to huvo construction going enrly Moro light on tho m)ster) Their tcstimo
than $1000 were lalsed for the chapel u) vns a distinct disappointment, for,
fund at tho leieut fair at Thomas according to their story, they heard
Square and eliouph money Is now (Contlnjed on Page 2)
avnllablo to insure the success of the I , ,
undertaking The chapel Itself will1
cost about 110.000 nud of tho $13,000
necessary nearly liulf has been bo
unce! 'iho site Is regarled as an unusual ,
ly advantageous one
BY C S. ALBERT.
(Bpcclnl tin lie tin Corn nrxuul'nee )
WASHINGTON, I) C, Juno 1 The
Aimy iippropilnlion hill us llmilly rig
ged up by tbo Scnata and Houso con
ferees is calculated to nuiko somo
hearts thump out In Hawull Two
features of It seem Inclined to give
tho Islands' a simile Iho worst of it
These may be further Ironed out be
foro tlio bill Is eventually sunt to the
President for apprcn.il At the same
time there Is nlvvn)s a tenilenc) to ac
cept conference leports and save
tumble nnd hard work
Qno proposition foibicls tho pay
ment of foreign servlco money to olll-
ALL GETTING READY
pines Is no! Included In this cutting
down of expenses Hawaii and Porto
Hlco are tho only exceptions mnde.
This would naturally have u depres
sing effect on the troops stationed In
I law all
Tho other untoward provision Is
that, u commission designated to de
termine what Army nosts should bo
consolidated or abandoned shall also I The bends of all the Clean-Up Dy
determine how many troops shall be committee), have been called lo u meet
stationed In Hawaii The number '"B 't 3 SO this afternoon at head-
was recently figured out by tho War quarters
sueclal committee investiaatinn the Tl- An l.vcning 111 lluwnll'' IB lo be a
tanlc disaster today made a report Program of pictures presented by Bo-
' suggesting safeguards for ocean travel. 11,no nt IHsbop Hall, O.ihu College, on
1 Tuesdn) evening Juno IS Among tho
MFYIPAW FFnFRAI Q WIM l'turcs to be displayed are tho 1912
MtAIOAIM i-tUtttrtLb WhM nora j.nrudo. tho Thomas Square
(Mi-nl tin Met In Cnt.le i Kindergarten I'cto, and the Volcano
TORREON, Mex, June 13. General or Kllnueu There will bo no resorved
Blanquet of the federal forces has rout- scats Prices 25 unci CO cents.
ed the rebels under General Argu-
medo, near Pedncena. Argumedo is Major Oeorgo 12 Stockle. 9th Caval-
reported wounded. r), has been detailed to the quarter-
Clean-Un lIciidou-irtiTs Mairoon Illdir I master's department to nil I
tfttrSw.. K1ari"'r;,f,i,ofl,,-,"t,Com?,,.n" 'irit 1, .,,honllcn,,l f.
Clcan-U,, Telephone. No. s J " J K . l S J s, '' Ji"-". ," ' f1' .. 2
Department olllclals and the construe
Hon of quarters taken up to meet tho
quota It will doubtless prove dis
tressing to have the entlro subject
cors nnd men In Hawaii The Philip- re-opened In this unexpected manner
PURE FOOD EXPERT AT WORK HERE
MILITARY BAND AT
Federal Chemist A W Hansen, sunt
out from the government's laboratory
at Chicago to take chargo of the Fed
eral Inspection of food In this Terri
tory, arrived on tho trunspoit Thomas
)csterda) afternoon with his vvlfo and
two chlldr.en, and from the business
llko manner in which ho has taken
bold pf his work some Interesting de
velopments In tlio work of food lu
bpcctlon hero Is anticipated shortly
At an earl) hour this morning ho
mot Food Inspector Illiinclinrd at tho
public free dispensary building, where
The captnltis of the districts huvu
been called to a meeting nt 4 o'clock
at headquarters Acting Oovernor
Mutt-Hinith will talk to the captains
nn plans for the day of Inspection
Chairman Hermit of the enrtimn
committee) nsks that a prompt reply
be made to the postcard requests sent
out some dn)s ago to owners of ve
hicles and tennis It Is very neccs-
sar) that the committee) know what
master's ele nnrtiiient In till tlm vrnn.
I) caused by tho death of Major tepCam
tlilDulcl w liu't. Prescient Taft's mill.
her aunt, Mrs (ienrgo Weed Wallace, tnry mil, who was lo! with tho Titanic
at the Oakland April 1r $
MOTHER. THINKS SOLDIER-
SON FOUL PLAY VICTIM
ROSE TO GO TO
March Washington lrus
'Jhi I Irst Infiintri liiiud will glvo u
concert at the Alexander Veiling Hotel
'iiMif l'iiiiIiii tiiuluht loinniiin Im: nt
We have the largest stock in the city half past seven The program will be
Waltz Imitation n la Vulse Weber
Hclictliiii-The Dollar Princess Full
Hulte llallit Hiuiitlcu ... . I.uIkImI
heuiiaile Ui Paloma . Yradler
SeliUliin The I'hocolalu holdlor
l'liutashi .Mar) laud Short
Was It foul phi) that brought Prl- nslccd to secure and did sccuro for
vule Thomas U Carney of Kchollild Mrs Curni) the few scant facts then
cartage ..icnitles U may coupon for "'"racks to his death In the wU.m " '"?"'" n " " 'Ti?5
the two olllclals nro to share tho Bnmo'Clenn-Up Day, us soon ns possible of Wuhlavvu reservoir lust yirch? ,,,, jt uj , tj10 wutcr f0r jwq
olllces and laboratory, and spoilt tbol No 1205 Is the new telephone Just1 That Is the que'stlon tlm'i Prlvnti weeks, but vvns Identified liy various
entlro morning forming nciiuiilntniico'1 Installed lu Clean-Up Day hcadquar- Carno's mother, thousands of nills article, on the khaki suit and In tho
with tlio city and tho rood supply S)s-.ters, lu tho Magoon building, corner nvvay. bns been tr)lng to solve, for pockets
of Merchant and Alakea streets ' nltli the Informutlou sho recelvenl of The liifurmntlon sent Mrs Carney
'I be headquarters were opened at the circumstances surrounding his was that tho post held to the nccl-
noon )esterda), and the various com- ,Uath und her Intimate knowledge or n dental death theory on tho belief that
inlttecs ure now holding almost hour- dearly-loved son, she does not btclkvo fame) could not swim Ills mother,
ly meetings for farrcctlng their part he wus nccldrntall) drowned, which Is however. Immediately punctures this
In tho big houso-cleanlng program The the theory that has been held up to Ihror) The Hulletln Is In pOsses-
rooms arc open from 8 o'clock In the u,,, present time slon of a letter by her 'In which she
morning until 5 In the afternoon dally, Carne's homo was In IlrookUn, N s.i) that the )oung fellow was &
and It Is moru than probable that be- y, unil his heartbroken mother has splendid swimmer and that. In fact, It
fore tho cumpalgn Is ended a good been seeking In viiln for some clue to was the brunch of sport In which ho
muny night sessions will have to bo her kon's death' Tho body was found excelled "We aro thinking he met
Judge Cooper, who claims ownership lUiiei . n t10 reservoir on tho afternoon of with foul pla)," says Mrs Cnruey In
of the island, would like to huvo tbol Will J Cooper of the Star reporto- nfSrch 30, and It was believed Carney her letter, and was thrown In there
claims to the Torrcns title settled by rial scan, wno was secretary last. ear luul slipped and fullen down the steep to hide the trlme"
Urn court In order to ascertain whether i c me nrsi clean-up uay in jiono- sides of the reservoir Ho was u me in- The suicide theory she also disproves
ho Is legall) lu possession of the Is- '"lu lias been appointed to the sume ber of Company II, Second Infantr) by asserting Hut he had been very
land, and In order to strengthen IiIm ' IltIcoi this )enr and has general Hs comrades said that ho could not happy nud cheerful nud liked the post.
Up to tho present time Illunchnrd
has served both us Federal and Ter
ritorial food inspector It is thought
now that Hansen will take charge of
the Federul work, though this has not
been ascertained, and tho manner In
which the work will bo divided be
tween the two olIklalB cannot bo stat
of both Granite and Marble.
Orders will have our prompt attention.
H. E. IIENDRICK, Ltd.,
Phone 2648 Merchant and Alakei
Acting under orders of Judge Henry
i: Coeipir of the I irst Judicial cir
cuit Iiput MierliT Charles II Huso
will wllliln a fi elas pruned lo I'nl
iii)rn Island where ho will serve no
claim ho Issues! orders today to Dep
city hlu riff Hose to post notices on the
Island Immediate l
According lo Hose, he Is required lo
cnarge or the headquarter swim, and lu Iho army men It looked "The toy felt very lumpy out there."
The captains of tho various districts like a plain case of accident Tho writes the mother, 'and told us often
nciu n meeting in i ociock esteretay neni was snipped buck to his mother whut n prett) place It wus"
atternoon and went over the ground In lirooklyn Mio Intimates that nn imi-aiiirnilnn '
serve the notices fourteen da) s before o no cove reel jituiiKs were dlstrlo- The mother did not ielleve the dcsith of the circumstances ma) be naked.!
the trial da) which Is July 3 As et "ted suttlclent for all of tho captains ws accidental, nnd she Immediate l hut su) ulso that In view of tho time!
he iloes not know whether ho will sail ""'1 Inspectors under them, which will Instituted an Inquiry as well ns she thnttins elapsed since the body was
in ii Japanese gasollnet sampan or In ,K "sed next Saturday, June IB, In eoulil from such n distance She sent femiieOnnd that nil her Inquiry would
1..11..1 i.,,,..rui i uiu.it.... n'lm neitlnir Itie e ondltlein of every nliice vis. lut-.t rn,- nil n ullitlil.. fn, Im 7, t,.l ilm li..n i,. i... ,..--i...i n i... ..n-.A...-
(11,11 !.,,,,. ..,,., 1' ,.' ,, " , V ,...- 1. .. ,.,,,, ,....--,.. n.v....... ..." - - - --. . - ...... .... .... ...h,....'.v ...., .,... ..... ....... ... .v v...,.v. .,,, tij vvltT.IUItV-t J
tlces em those who claim to have the) mutter of transportation will bo set- Hid In the preliminary Inspection to Hulletln which published thonevvs nice It probate!) would not bring anyW
Torn lis title to tlio Island lied l) Jiiclgo cooper, It is iieiievcei iwenunu.u on r.g. a hi cue main on .Mununy, .vjiru i, was cicunito re-suns ,