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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
LaFOLLETTE SITS ON DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM
NEW JERSEY MAN SEEMS IN CONTROL
Colonel V. V. Robinson, or .4e.il ll',
vlio handles more liny nnd grain tlitiu
nny ullror produce merchant in the
Northwest, nml who hnliN prH'iIcal'y
nil tho nriny fodder contrncts for llio
Fhillpplucs, has broken Into the local
ileld. This morning Cniiliiili (lame,
assistant In I In' ili'pot quartermaster,
received a cablo from iIIvIhIoii head
quarters, Informing hhn that llio So
i., I In man wna llio successful bidder
foi supplying llm army on Onlm with
rodder for tho coming llsnil year.
Shipments nro to he arranged In nil
ance, lnr. In tho caso of urgcnl need,
the mblo will bo .resorted to. nml .the
fr.ililrr shipped down by the first boat.
Thero were two local bidders for
the snpin:'. when proposals were op
ened by ( aptaln Gnmo on the 12tli of
Oils moiit1'. Tho I'nlnn Feed Co. and
i ho California Feed Co. both submlt
ted ljlda, tip former's being the lower.
It was thought at the tlmo that they
bmt a . good chnnco, but the Scattlo
in r n evidently underbid tlcm. ' I
Tho conrumptlon of army fodder for
one year lr considerable, the follow
ing being tho (ltmrlcrmaster's cstl
i.ititrs, on which tho bids wcro figured:
AUMY FODDER FOR 1 VKAK.
' Mis. Lbs.
Fori ilo Hussy .... 210,000 100,000.
Honolulu 322.000 220,000
Fort Shatter 200,000 121,000
Scholleld Par'kH... 7.000,000 r.,ooo.ooo
Fort linger tXt.OOp 27,000
Totals 7,7fl.',000 0,171,000
e i e
That tho Wnhlawn water rights ad
justment Is at a standstill in Congress,
lor this session at least, is iniiilo cor
Inhi by advices received iccenlly by
tho olllecra of the Wahlnwa water
company to the effect that tho sundry
civil appropriations bill passed with
out any referenco to tho water matter.
'This leaves tho adjustment of the
various claims where It bus been fur
months, and temporarily al least noth
ing Is to bo done on tho Secretary of
War's recommendation that tho waler
bo handled under a twenty-year He
cinso given to tho highest bidder,
Moieovor, tho Wahlnwa water com
pany's argument that a Judicial deter
mination of tho rlglitH Involved bo
niado before action Is taken Is also
unsettled, nnd John T. Mr.Crosson's
bill under which ho was nsklng for tho
water lights Is dead for this session.
As In the exact status of tho bill,
no advices havo recently been ro
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Special Sale of Safes
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Merchant and AlaVot
$1$T '. v rt; 'Mi
IIOX. TOKlt'lll TAXAKA
Senichi Uyeno Promoted and
Will. Not Return After Expir
ation of Leave of Absence
Hon. Senlchl I'yeno, ;iov In Toklo,
Japan, on vncatlon. Is no longer Jap
aneso Consul General for Hawaii, ac
cording to a special cablo received
Hon. Toklchl Tanakn, until recently
Japanese Consul General In Seattle,
Washington, hns been appointed Con
sul (ieuernl for JInwnll, succeeding Mr.
I'yeno, who Is on n six months' leavo
That the now Consul Oeneral will
Ir.ivo Japan July. II, In tho Shlnyo Ma
ru and arrive hero on the lfith, was
llio report received hero by tho Nlppu
.11 Jl. Mr. Tnnaka Is well known In
llo'iolulu, having been bcro several
years ago. Ho will ho accompanied
by firs. Tnnaka nijd their two chil
dren. Tho change In tho Consular position
here has been expecled since Mr. Uye
no left for Julian. It Is now believed
Hint Mr. Uyeno has been promoted to
the Consul Generalship at Kanlnw,
China. His knowledge of tho Chinese
political affairs together with bis fa
mlllarlly with tho general conditions
in China, would euaiiio him to con
duct tho affairs of this olllco advan
tageously. ICIevo Consul Mori, when nsked
about tho report this morning over
tho telephone, stntotlMhut. as yol no
olllclal Information regarding tho
clinnge, has been received by him. Ho
cannot sny anything dcllnlta until ho
has heard from tho Minister of For
Tho reporled chango was published
by tho IS it 1 1 o t I ii several weeks
ago, and tho Japanese community now
regards It as curtain.
FOURTH OF JUUY PARADE.
Order of Assembling.
All sections to assemble neur
Aiitlipies and horribles at
I'lnath ill vacant lot nuxt
Hoard of llialtli.
(Irgaulzations inside ('apltol
tine of March,
Down King street to Niiuanii.
fp Niinaiiii tv'llci'ctiiula. j)ut
llciclanla In Miller, thrueii
down Miller to the Cnpllol
grounds, win re the parade will
be reviewed on the. I'wa bal
cony of the exeiullMi, building.
I'armlu then dinbands, and im
tlipies ami horribles M'ctlott, be.
fnre dlMmiiiltng, movis to pusi
tlnn In front of executlvu build
ing and receives i.waril of
The aliove progrum was de
i Ideil on following the meeting
of Hie general committee j'hh
tcrda iifteriionii, at which Hep,
ul) Marshal t'ourteiiay and J.
Waller' Dnj le were authorized
to j.i ttlc the assembling and lino
For news mid llir'trutli about It nil
people buy the II u 1 1 c 1 1 u.
BOND MONEY SPLIT
Only $5000 This Time for Oahu Belt Road Maui and Ha
waii Highways Get Half-M'llion Armory's Hundred
Thousand Provided For
Ti'iilalho allotments Inking up nl- llnniiliilii wharves nml harbor
most tho entire nmnunt of tho now
$1,500,000 bond Issuo havo been ill ail o
nml wcro announced today by Acllng
Governor Mott-Smlth. Ono of tho
features of tho allotment Is llio- nit-
por.lon.ncnt for tho Oalm Melt road.
i which gels only $5000, while tho Ha-
wall licit Itoad gets $375,000 nnd tho
Maul Holt Itoad $147,000.
Tlio dlmlnutlvo size of the Oahu
licit Itrnd nllotment, the Acllng (Inv-
crnor explains, Is due to tho fact that
that enlerprlso received n very largo
port Inn of tho last Issue, and there-
loro Is not entitled to much rrom
the now one,
Anothcr feature is tho $100,000 al-
lotnicut for tho armory at Honolulu.
All of the $1,500,000 Is not taken up
by tho present apportionment, but tho
Menu nmount remaining will bo as-
Tho allotment at present. Is figured
Honolulu waterworks , $200,500
I Honolulu sowers 31,500
l'urchaso I'nlolo waterworks. 65,000
ARMY CREDIT PLAN IS
OUTLINED IN CABLE NEWS
Money or tin money, the army
go on iiboiit us before. Luxuries will
be cut on the bill of fare, nnd ready
coin will bo tight." but tho soldiers
will get thrco meals a day and a placo
to sltep, and recruiting In the various
organizations will be continued Just us
though Congress hail come through
wlth the expected appropriation for
malntalnl.ig Uncle Sam's llglitlng force.
This liifiirmatlon reaehei iiolulu
In another lengthy cable which was re-,
celved at department hcad.iuarlers this
moriilng. The message contained Ml
words In cude nml addeil a consider-
able Item to tho nlready expenslvo
calile correspondiineo that the army
upset lias necessitated.
The civilian clerks nro mentioned
In the Instructions received this morn
ing, and contracts for their protection
will be' entered Into. They will havo
fo whistle for their pay for a while.
nit their Jobs are good for as long as
they cure to work for promises, and
they will eventually get all their back
salary In a lump. The Department of
Hawaii would be up against It If tho
litlclent clerical force at heailiii.irters
Following Ii tho text of the cable, as
MAYOR FERN AND
NARROWLY ESCAPED PALI FATALITY
Mayor Joseph J Fern, Supervisors
Samuel Dwlslit and I'hcn Low and City
and County F.uglncfr l.ou Wlillehouso
narrowly escaped going over a- sharp
turn In the I'all road yesterday, at a
point where, seated 111 a city and coun
ty machine, the party would have been
ilasheil liunilreils or reel down llio sleep """ii i"ui n n-m." tun. - -,.,-precipice
lo a probable death below. I'seil to protect tratllc along tho road,
Ills Honor us well as other members the discovery was made that the strue
of the party had occasion to shake tare had nearly rotted away,
hands with himself on more than one "Tho f-nco along a good deal of tho
occasion this morning when he con- IU road Is well nigh useless," Insist
sldered the very narrow margin that p,l l-"W.
separateil(the party from a fatality. Scare May Bring Results.
The party started out yesterday on As a result of the hair-raising ex
an olllclal tour of Inspection of rouds perlenco that fell to the lot of tho city
and school buildings. Tho ear was olllclal yesterday. Supervisor Low de.
proceeding at n moderate rate of speed clareil this morplng that he would coino
when, In rounding ono of the sharp forward with a special resolution call
turns for which the I'all road Is fa- lug for mi appropriation of about $6,
motis, the machine skidded, and only (ion for the purpose of rebuilding a
for tio iiilek presence of mind of Fern, fence or harrier to lino tho outer edge
wlio was driving, tho car was diverted of the Full road.
from a course which would havo easily city Knglnoer Whltehousu favors the
carried away a section of a very lllinsy construction of a fence of fur heavier
fence, , material tluin that now used. Ho also
Improvements ............. 181,000
llllo wharf nnd harbor Im-
tirnvnnipnlfl . . . . V. f.Ofl.
nny- industrial School 5,000
Lnhnlnnltinn School 2.1,000
Insane Asylum 35.000
'clvlng .lon ' i.VtV- "
Honolulu Armory ....!.'.'!!!! loojioo
Lnhnlnn Armory 10,000
Kaplolanl I'ark fi.nfiil
licit Itoad, Oahu 5.000
Frog Lnno lo.ooo
Knuluwclo School. Honolulu.. 30.000
Kallhlkal School S.OOOitnrncy Fred Mllvcrton Ium-ii serving tho
Walalua courthouse, Onliu .... li.flOO -
Kwa courthouse, Oahu .' 10,000
Holt Hoad. Hawaii 375.000
Hlln waterworks 7,500 1
Kail waterworks 5,000
Kamucla waterworks 3,000
Napoopoo School 8.000
Hoipltal, North Kona 5,000
Hospital, North Kolinla r,ppoiwlth a line-tooth com.1
licit Itoad. Maul
Knla 1'lpo lie, Maul
Maul Schools -. , . .-
licit road, Knual
' " l.'ill titii'l.t ir p..l.,i.i I j1 fitc tli Ilifiinmi.
tiiiti and 'gulibitice of all concerned.
lnr 7 II II U II. . u Ifl'rntiilM 1IH
fl,ImvM. , tMvnco r appropriation
for army after June .10. authority to
maintain ami support mime after that
,,'"u will depend upon tututes llxlng
"W"' Dillon mid strength regular es-
tuldlsliment Sre. 37SS It H.. u iiliieiiil-
'' u" ' ' "ll;',r general leglHlatlon
"I""' ""''Ject. No funds for pay
'" "nny or Its supper being available,
l,a''' therefor will havo to await
approprlat on by Congress, but under
fcrlnH "r h(,- 'M contnict may
u " ' "" nessry supplies i ii-
"" '"" " "'"'""""i """i". '
that payment will be made when funds
ato available. After appropriation by
Congress under statutes prescribing
compoMllon of army and requiring Its
innlntcnanco within certain prescribed
limits, enlistments for purpose of
maintaining army at authorized
stiength will continue. Tlieso stututes
Include as reasonably necessary to
their execution authority to bind gov
ernment for the absolute necessary ex
penses of general recruiting service. In
so far as clothing, subsistence, forage,
fuel, quarters, transportation, medical
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Before tho ear was halted III Its
headlong career, It was Dually sent
Into the side of the cliff. In doing
this, damage was done tho steering
gear and a connecting rod was snapped
Supervisor Low declared this morn
ing that when the heavlly-luden car
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WILSON MEN GET 633
VOTES AGAINST CLARK
HE SAYS, YES
lias Deputy City and County At-
municipality all these years nnd at
the nunc time acknowledging ulle-
glance to a llrltlh monarch?
Such was the ipiery brought to light
following tho research made by a bunch
of politicians who have been going
tliimmli the lints of registered voters
nf the city and county of Honolulu
'it'n all stuff and nonsense," smiled
the deputy prosecuting nttorney when
confronted with tho ehnwtlinrhc may
have overlooked a little matter of be-
coming an American citizen, and for
this reason failed to enrol) on the vot
!... Hutu (-.. ..a.ivu rtn-n nml tl.l.u f r
( -,- ,t,l, Ji.xi- tl.i. ,, .- ,.,.
hud' not applied for enrollment on the
Great IleglMcr now being compiled at
the olllee of City Clerk Kalauokalanl.
Mllverton declared this morning that
all necessary steps toward bis becom
ing an American citizen were taken
long before be became a resident of
tho Territory of Hawaii.
"I have voted al one or two elec
tions In these islands," he Insisted,
"and, besides, how could .1 hold down
this otllce unless I were a citizen of
New Deputy Created Scare.
That a new deputy had been ap
pointed In the person of Charles Chll
llugwortb to serve In the olllco of City
and County Attorney Cathcart, created
considerable stir among the Insurgent
forces on the Hoard of Supervisors who
visited elly ball this morning.
Inquiry at the municipal legal de
partment today elicited the explana
tion that for a week past tho pres
ence of several Important cuses now
being threshed out In the several de
partments of tho Territorial courts
made assistance almost Imperative.
It was stated that Attorney Chilling
worth had been engaged under a pri
vate arrangement mailo with Second.
Deputy Attorney A M. Ilrown,
"Who will pay the bill?" wus asked,
"I presume that It Is a matter that
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Tho Moana Jlntel management ex
tends tho public a cordial Invitation
to be present at the band concert to-
night, commencing at 7:30, when thn)nneement and seventy-fifth anniver-
list Infantry Hand will render tho
following program, under tho leader
ship of Joseph Feltrlnelll, chief mu
March Stars and Stripes Forever. .
Overture I'ngarlscho Lustsplel
Waltz lleautlful Rhine Keler-llcla
Suite I'eer (lynt Grieg
Hallet Music anil Soldier's March,
from William Tell Rossini
Fantasia Die Walkuro Wagner
Selection Merry Widow .... Lehur
Characteristic Russian Carriage Hnug
Tho Oceanic steamship Ventura will
berth at Oceanic dock by 7:30 tomor
row morning, according to tho expec
tations of tho agents.
urges the placing of tho posts In con
crete, to Insure stability.
There Is not one member of the lit
tle party which returned late yester
day afternoon but Is .of the opinion
that something should he done without
delay to Insure the safety of the largo
number of travelers who dally pass
oyer the I'all In a tour of tho Inland.
.- A 'i
PORTLAND, Ore., June 27. Mayor
Ruehllght, Chief of Police Sloyer, Cap.
tain Batty and two detective .have
been Indicted by the grand jury for
alleged conspiracy to bribe. The in
dictments are a result of investigations
Into saloons and disorderly houses.
HADLEY HAS SENSATION
(Bpecjal Ilo I lot In CaMe.)
' CEDAR RAPIDS, la., June 27.
Governor Hadley of Missouri confirms
the statement made by Roosevelt that
Taft leaders at the Chicago conven
tion had offered to seat the Roosevelt
delegates from Washington and Texas
if Roosevelt would consent to the nom
ination of Hadley or someone else.
Hadley tald he had refused unless the
move was sanctioned by Roosevelt and
that Roosevelt had refused to sanc
THINK BANK LOOT FOUND
(Special riuilutln Cihlo.)
DETROIT, Mich- June 27. The po
lice claim that they have Identified
$4000 taken from Martin Powell, cap
tured, as part of the loot of the New
Westminster bank many months ago.
( Miectn I H u 1 1 e 1 1 n Cable. 1
ANN ARBOR, Mich- June 27. The
University of Michigan is holding a
notable program, the rixtyeighth com-
sary of its founding.
FRANCISCO. Cal . June
!' degrees test. 3.Mc
vimis quotation. :i !Wr. Meets
sis. 10s ft 1-lM : parity. 4 2.
vtous limitation, 10s 10 l-iM
I nmnnM TUICC pctc i cago Incident, when a woman, waving
UUIMUUIM Inltr Utlb , picture of Roosevelt, was carried to
GEMS WORTH $130,000 e platform. She waved Clark's pie- .
. ture, but the rest of the Incident did
LONDON, June 11. -Maurice Ilcin- not follow. J
hold, n member of the well-known Theodore Bell of California spoke on
I'nrls (Inn of Jewelers, Uolnhold llroth- behalf of Clark In the debate over tho
cm, wlio Is now on h visit to London. South Dakota contests. A controversy
has Informed the pollco that wiille al was precipitated, the uproar lasting
breakfast this morning his grip In his twenty minutes.
bedroom nl tho hotel wns cut upon JAMES PERMANENT CHAIRMAN,
tml Jewels valued lit about $130,000 Olllo James of Kentucky was elected'
were stolen. They Included a tiara permanent chairman on the adoption
nnd several pendants of pearls set In of the report of the committee on per
necklaces. manent organization, which completed
i m i i its work, James, In his speech of ao-
llerbeit T. Duncan, Sr a former ceptanee, lauded Bryan. James wis.
Mayor of Lexington, Ky., nnd nnn of given an ovation, the delegates singing,
the best-known editors of- the olderi"He's a Bear!"?
i'ii) 8 ill tho South, Is dead at the age!
of 72 years. I (Additional cable news l'ugo 0)
tKl--cl.il till I let in C.il.le.)
BALTIMORE, MD.. JUNE 27.
SENATOR LA FOLLETTE OF WIS.
i CONSIN, WHO FAILED TO SECURE
(THE REPUDLICAN NOMINATION,
TOUAY OCCUPIED A SEAT ON THE
PLATFORM IN THE CONVENTION
HALL HERE. LA FOLLETTE AR
RIVED AS OLLIE JAMES, PERMA
NENT CHAIRMAN, FINISHED HIS
SPEECH, AND WAS GIVEN A SEAT
ON THE PLATFORM.
,'Asorlalen rres Cshl I
BALTIMORE, Md., June 27. Gov
ernor Woodrow Wilson and the sup.
porters of the New Jersey man today
seem In control of the Democratic na
tional convention, and the friends of
the ex-pro. Ident of Princeton are al
ready predicting his nomination.
The Wilson forces were victorious to
day, by a vote of 633 to 437, in seating
the Wilson delegates from South D-,
kota, who were ruled out by the ma
jority of the credentials commlttoe,
which was controlled by the Clark
forces yesterday, The Wilson men
made a great showing of strength when
the fight was carried to the floor of
the convention today and the minority
report of the credentials committee
adopted by the above vote. The mi
nority report seated the South Dakota
Wilsonites, while the majority report
favored the delegates pledged to Champ
TWO BIG STATES SWING.
New York and Illinois swung into the
Wilron column on today's vote.
The Wilsonites are jubilant, claiming
that this vote shows the relative
strength of the contestants 'for tho
The Philippines delegation were ex
cluded from the voting on account of
a Supreme Court decision which ruled
that the Philippine Islands are not a
part of the country.
HAWAII WITH WIL80N.
Hawaii's six delegates voted for Wil
Bryan and Senator O'Gorman of New
York, as a subcommittee on platform,'
are writing a platform which will ba
complete tonight. It is a "progressiva"
document, indorsing the referendum
and recall, the income tax and direct
election of U. S. Senators.
Ollie James made an address today
accepting the permanent chairman
ship. THOUSANDS CROWD INTO ,
HALL AMID CONFUSION
I Swcl.ll II ll 1 1 e 1 1 ll Cable.)
BALTIMORE, Mi,June 27. A
thourand people besieged the hall to
day as the time approached for the
delegates to convene. Chairman Craln
reported that the doors were being
"rushed" and that the ushers and door- -keepers
The police were unable to cope with
the situation. Craln said thousands
not entitled to admission had crowd
ed in. ,
They hung from the galleries and
perched on the iron girders, and hold
era of tickets found their seats occu
pied. The band played "Dixie" amid ap
plause, but when "Tammany" was
started up thero was a din of yells,
hisses and cheers,
PRETTY GIRL TRIES SOMETHING.
A pretty girl in one of the galleries .
! tried ineffectually to repeat the Chi-
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