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MESSAGE FHOM THE
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LONDON, rebruary 11. (BpecUl to
luu u inner) With deslh sUrinj
I Im it tho fuo, with no possible Bticeor'
it Li- Oil l. Rouen r. Bcott, Btlllsu
total -s lo ir, In perlfhcd after
lui goal oj January 18, ID 12,
wrote with his dying hands tho story of
his rmsst into tho Antarctic that nil'
tho world might know. !
Fouad bcsldo his stiffened corpse, I
when rcscao carro too late, Scott's
story was cnb'cd today from Now
Zoalatid nr.d given to tho world under
bis laconic tills "Message to the Tub-lie."
"I don't ttluk human beings ovor
camo through s ich months as wo havo
corao an! we should havo got
through despite tho weather, hut for
tho sickening of our mates, shortage of
fuol In depots for which I cannot account,
and finally for tho storm which
has fallen on us within eleven miles of
this derot at which wo honed to sccuro
final supplies. Surely raisfortuno could
scarcely havo exceeded this last blow,
mLLLLk . bsbbbbbbbbbH
CAPT. BOBEET F. BCOTT
Whoso death messago all Great
Wo arrived within clovon miles of our
old one-ton camp with fuel loft for only
ono hot meal and food for two days.
"For four days wo have been unablo
to lcavo the tent and a galo has
beon blowing about us. Wo are weak.
Writiurr i3 difficult.. But for Its own
sake, I don't rogrot this Journey which
has shown us that englishmen can
hardships, help one nnothor and
meet death with as great fortitude as
over In the past. Wo took risks. Wo
know wo took them. Things havo como
out against us and therefore wo havo
no cause for complaint.
"Wo bow to the will of Providenco',
determined still to do our best until
tho last. But if we have been willing
to give our lives to this enterprise,
which is for tho honor of our country, I
a -meal to our couutrymon to see that
those who depend on us aro properly
"Had wo lived, I should have had a
tali to tol' of tho hardihood, onduranco
and courage of my comoanlons which
wou'd havo stirred tho hoarts of all
These rough notes on our
de-id bedims must toll tho tales, but
, surely a rich country like ours will seo
that tbrs9 who douead on us are properly
cared for. (Signed) SOOTT."
TOK10. Japan, February 1. (Special
to Tho Advortisor) Forced to do
i-o liv the fierce rioting of vostcrdny, in
which six persons were killod and hundreds
wounded, Prince KsitBiira today
formally resigned the premiership of
Moro than two hundred agitators
were today, after hot fighting
in tlio streets with tho polico and soldiers.
Frenzied by the attitudo of tho city
newspapers, particularly tho Kokumin
Shimbun, where a battlo with guns,
swords and knives resulted In four
deaths, the mobs today began their activities
by destroying polico boxes
-throughout tho nowspaper soction of tho
Soldiers wero at once rushed to tho
scene of tho trouble and a score of
clashes between tho troops and
the mobs resulted.
It is oxpectcd that now that Kntsura
has formally handed in tho resignation
of his cabinet, the people will bo Batis-fed
with their victory and that tho rioting
will cease, unless somo government
'b Hknn wMeh ftirs the populace
to report to mob law,
Ittr rrtrrri WIivImm Trlrgraph.)
CHARLESTON, West Virginia,
11. (Special to The Advertiser)
Seventeen men killed and scores
wounded is the sum total of casualties
to dato ns a result of desperate fighting
between strikers and strikebreakers
in tho Kanawha coal district,
to tho bert authenticated reports
coming from tho mountains today.
Bloody battles occurred in tho hills
between Standard and Mucklow Creeks,
where nrmed strikers ottaeKcd watchmen
Fifteen men are roported killod in
three affrays. Six companies of militia
today are patrolling tho district.
HIS MILLION DOLLAR FEE
BKRLIN, Germany, .February 11,
(Hi- Associate! 1'rcss Cable to
Dr. 1'rMerich Friedman,
baie announcement of a new euro for
tuberculosis has startled the world, will
sail for American on February 18 to
make the "million-dollar test" in accordance
withthe offer of n rich American
to give him a milllor dollars If
ho can shair markm Improvement In
put of 100 tuberculosis- patients.
Potior Friedman has already
(liven tbe car to tho Germans
ths details 'o be announced later.
MEN FACED DEATH
(Mr FrJersl Wlrtlu TVIumfh.)
LONDON, rebntaxy 11. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) A number of details
of the dlsuter In which Captain Scott
ml four of hli men pirtslied In tin
Autartlcs aro brougM out hero in special
Captain Oatci evidently set out from
tho tent In which the four men had
all but succumbed to starvation and. ex
h&ustlon to bravo death alone In Uis
blizzard which had overwhelmed them.
After a trava ctrugglo for weeks with
his hands frozon Oates declared to hit
comrades that he was going to set out
In tho storm Mid did not know when
ho would como oack. Ho left tho tent
and ho was never seen again.
Ho vidently know ho was sotting
out to moot his death alono.
Tho others later tried to push on, but
were forced to camp again on March
21, after nlno days' struggle In tho blizzard,
rood and fuel wero both exhausted.
Tho Terra Nova roliof party, which
found the bodio3( road a simple burial
ritual over them. A cairn was croctod
ovor tho bodies,
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MES. EOBEET F. SOOTT,
For whom tho Knliuku Wireloss has
boon sweeping tho South Pacific.
I P l P 1 "T P 1 l l T T p f ( (
. SCOTT STILL
T OF FATE
(From Wondncsday Advertiser)
Following out tho special cable news
to Tho Advertiser from New York that
Mrs. Robert; F. Scott and her littlo son
wore passengers on tho steamer Cleveland
bound for Honolulu, the Kaliuku
Witeless got in touch with that steamer
jostcnluy and learned from the captain
tlint Mrs. Scott was not a
FlTorts wero again mndo by tho
Wireless station to get in touch
with the Aorangi, upon which steamer
Jlrt. Siott undoubtedly is. This steamer,
which is bound for Tahiti, is now
about 15C0 miles from Honolulu, and
lis tho Knliuku Wireless has n much
larger range of ncjion than this, it is
believed that the local call to this
stcpuicr could have been received by it.
Hut it is stated thnt tho Aorangi carries
n much less powerful wireless plant
than some of the big liners and that
its radius of action is limited, with
the that oven if the call has beon
received, tho steamer has found it impost
illc to aiiower with its limited
equipment, and consequently Mrs. Scott
is still ignorant of the tragedy which
has overtaken her husband.
Tho first direct communication with
tho outside world which it is probable
that tho Aorangi and its passengers will
have is when the steamer arrives at
Papeete, capital of Tahiti, unless some
big steamer gets into wireless touch
with her and relays tho mossago from
C13r Fulfril Wirrleu Teltmob.)
WASHINGTON, February 11.
tmi iu ahu AuvcniBarj ivYO name-ships
in this year's naval appropriations
wore determined upon today by tho
house naval affairs committee by a vote
of fourteen to seven.
Six destroyers, four submarines, ono
Bupply ship and ono transport will also
WASHINGTON, February 11. (By
Associated Press Cable to
tin) After a fight waged bitterly by
tho liquor interests for moro than
twenty years, a bill prohibiting shin
monts of liquor from "wet" into
'dry" states has passed congress. The
house todav nnsscd thn sanntn hill
fathered by William S. Kenyon, of
town, proviumg mat no such shipments
snail no legal, whether in original packages
or not, and that tho moment liquor
nrrives in any Stato from any
where it shall be subject to the local
laws relating to liquor in tho stato of
8enator Kenyon 's bill is tho last of
a series that havo been before congress
for many years, but always kent from
a voto by being held in committee.
it has been strongly favored by a number
of anti-saloon and temptranco organizations,
which claimed that if tho
interstate commerce laws allowed linuor
to be shipped into dry territory, tho
proniuuion isws or tne otate wero nullified,
Tho liquormen fought hard to
keep the bill from u vote in tho present
FIREMEN THREATEN STRIKE.
NEW YORK, February U. (Ily Associated
Press Cable to
Thirty thousand firemen, of fifty-four
rftiiroaus in mo eastern part or the United
Htates, have voted to strike unless
h substantial increase In pay Is grant-d
bv the railroads within forty-eight
hours, - ;
WABltrMOTOK, rehrusry 14.
(ny Associated rrtis Cable)
A the rt suit of a midnight
ftwlen betwren I'mhIiUM Taft
and the secretaries of war and
of the nary, emergency order
have been luucd for ttitee
tlonal batttishir to prepare to
lesvo for Vera Crut, Mexico,
It was alio decided at the con-
fcreiire to havo two array
ports la reidlnrrs at Newport
News, Virginia, for Instant service
Who may once more rulo In revolution
VEEA CEUZ, Moxlco, February 11.
(Special to Tho Advortiser) A terrific
battle for control of Mexico City is raging
about the arsenal there between tho
adherents of General Felix Diaz and of
President Madero. Unconfirmed
indicate that tho federal troops
are forcing the issue.
Tho Madero administration was dealt
another body blow today when General
Angeles, whom Madero had depended
"Upon for support, led his command to
tho arsenal, whoro tho city is fortified,
and Joined the revolutionists. From a
window in the palace Madero witnessed
the desertion, hut maintained a bold
Porflrio Diaz, who was driven from
tho presidency by Madero, is coming
home to put the Eepubllc in order.
to this effect was served hero to
day by Felix Diaz.
"My undo will-return to his nativo
land," General Diaz is reported to havo
said today. "After Madero has resign-ed
ho will act as my confidential adviser.
I will wait a reasonablo timo
for Madero to resign. If ho does not, I
will bombard the National Palace and
Chapultopec Castle, or whatever shelter
ho may seek."
Ambassador Wilson reports that all
last night there was desultory firing
near the American embassy. His dispatches
dcclarod ho had heard reports
of a serious engagement at Dolores
cemetery outside Mexico City.
IS DIEEOTTNG OPEEATIONS.
(Br FiUrl Wlrflwu TlTrrh.)
CVSy OF MEXICO, February 11.
(Sp .dl to Tho Advertiser) The reappearance
of Madero today directing the
government forces effectually disproved
rumors that ho had fled with his family.
Instead of fleeing, he seems to
have put in the missing hours to good
effect in rounding up his forces and
making his dispositions for the decisive
clash in the streets of his capital.
Madero did make a flying trip in an
automobile from Mexico City last night,
but it was only to Tres Marias, about
thirty miles distant.
Just what business he transacted is
not known, but it must have boon satisfactory
for this morning ho was in fine
humor. He expressed confldenco that
tho government will triumph.
Battleships on the Way.
GUANTANAMO. Cuba, February 11.
(By Associated Press Cable to Star-Bulletin)
Repeated alarming reports
of riot nnd revolution in Mexico havo
ovidently stirred Ui.clo Sam to intense
activity. Tho battleships Virginia nnd
Georgia havo sailed for Vera Cruz to
protect American interests.
TAFT SENDS A MESSAGE
TO GREAT BRITAIN'S KING
(TW F1rl WlrrlrM Tlirph.)
WASHINGTON, February 11. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) President Taft
today sent the following cable message
to BUng George of Great Britain:
"In offering heartfelt condolence on
the death of Captain Scott and his
companions, I reflect, the sentiment of
my countrymen, who share tho sorrow
of tho British people at the loss of so
many noblo lives."
PATON PAYS BIG FINE. .
(Hr Ffdrral WlrrirM Tf1ftrrh )
NEW YORK, February 11. (Special
to Tho Advcrtisor) James Patten tho
Chicago wheat King appeared hero today
in the United States Court and
pleaded guilty to six counts of an indictment
charging operations In restraint
of trade. He was fined four
thousand dollars which he paid.
WASHINGTON, February 11. (By
Associated Press Cable to Star-Bullo-tin)
has again come out strongly in behalf
of government ownership of telegraph
and telephone lines, in connection with
tho postofilce. He nlno urges once more
that congress at once place a restriction
unon tho present franking system,
which he declares coats tho gov
eminent millions annually that could
be bettor spent iu Improving the service.
Ha would limit the frunklng of mall
matter by senators and representatives
to packages less tlisn four ounces In
weight, anil then only to documents
nd speeches ordered printed.
Gold Chain in Opium Venture
Lead to Hnuscmnn's
Hnmuel I), llausoman, the aged
opium oimgRlrr, owes his arre t on this
urc.iplou to the Inct that he tnoilRlil it
iirciiKBr.v to present Chinese ' woman
nlth n handsome gold rhnln in
to cngago her Interest In 1ns venture
The wotnnn showed the cliiiln nnd tnld
nilmirlng lilondi where she got it and
what v,n expected in return for the
I recent. Her words and tho story of
the gift filtered through underground
elinnncls until it reached cars of United
States District Attorney Hreckons, nhd
the nrrrst followed.
Notwithstanding the fact that Attorney
Gcorgo Davis spent tlio greater
part of Monday night in securing lgnl
tacts with which ho expected to
demonstrate that tho nrrcst of Houseman
was unconstitutional, iludso demons
failed to seo tho enso in the same
light as Attornoy Davis nnd denial tho
writ of habens corpus applied for,
holding Hnusemnn for examination by
the United States Commissioner Davis.
Attorney Davis served notlco of an appeal
from Judgo demon's ruling, nnd
tho case may bo carried to tho higher
court on tho mainland. In tha meantime,
Hauseman will havo to stay in
jail unless he finds someone willing to
go on his bond.
. Ilia All Involvod.
The easo of Hauseman wnn presented
to the grand jury yesterday morning,
and ono its mombcrs rocognlzed
him ns n man ho had met in Honolulu
before, so that Hausoman's story thnt
this is his first attempt nt imuggling
will bo thoroughly investigated. Tho
old man told Breckons that ho had converted
everything ho had in tho world
into cash which ho had expendod in
buying opium in Vancouver at thirty
dollars n tin, expecting to get eighty
dollars for it here.. If this should
prove truo, tho venturo will leavo tho
old man ponnilcss, inasmuch .is tho
government confiscates tho opium.
Howovor, tho Senttlo man was
bv no less than three
tornovB in tho proceeding yesterday,
A'ttornoys Larnach nnd Long assisting
Davis. Tho latter, apparently was not
feeling very woll following his long
vigil with the law, rebuked ono of his
associate's in open court, and was in
turn rebuked l)y Judge Clomons, so all
in nil the session was n lively ono vihllo
MORE JAIL TROUBLES
Sheriff Pua Asks for Stenographer
to Write Down All
That He Has to Say.
(Mail Special to- Tho Advcrtisor.)
IIILO, Pobruary 10. Tho Hilo jail
scandal was brought before tho board
of supervisors last wcok by Sheriff Pua
in n letter of au oven score typewritten
pages. This cpistlo was reau to tho
County i'athcrs ut length. Tho shoriiT
opened with tho stniumont that tho
of the old board criticizing tho
jail "has briught out tho matter pertaining
to tho llilo jail to such an ox-tout
that the merits and demerits of
the conditions of th , jail then existing
to bo freely discubsod by tho newspapers
of the City and County of Honolulu,
as well as uo nowpapers of tho
County of Hawaii. Honest nnd dishonest
ciiticisms as to tho conditions of
tho jail as -well as to tho caro of the
pr souars confined in tho said jail wero
After getting this ringing period off
his chest, tho sheriff quotes three pages
of law straight without a break On
top of this ho quotes thrco pages of old
letters to dead and gone supervisorial
boards; this to show that ho has asked,
in vain, for jail appropriations. He
suggests that tho county physician bo
ordered to make n dally report to tho
jailor, that tho jail bo glyen hospital
ward, nnd the sheriff a stenographer.
The Bowman report is thrown in for
good measure, and in tho last chapter
are n number of statements from prisoners.
Somo of tbeso say they havo
"bugs;" while others specify that they
havo somo kind of Insects but not others.
Tho finalo of tho document is a
couple of pages of rules.
The supervisors took tho wholo thing
up. in committ''c of the whole.
Tho "New Matter."
"But all this is old history," complained
one long-suffering member after
having been bored to death with
a hunch of ancient letters.
"The rest of the mombcrs concurred.
"Yes, lot us get down to tho new matters,"
The clerk looked at his document.
"But thore Is nothing else," he announced.
"Except that ho wants a
Ewaliko moved to. file the letter, but
both Purdy and Votes wanted tho
stenographer appointed. Kauhane
fought against creating now ofllccs,
"This is a case of 'Monkey seo,
do," said Yates. "Tho sheriff sees
tho other departments getting unnecessary
elerks; so he wants some, too."
Consideration was deferred.
SENATORS ARE CLEARED.
WASHINGTON, r'ebrnury U (By
Associated Press Cable to
The senate committee on privileges
mid elections todny returned its
report on the Investigation it has beon
making of tho charges of nollticul corruption
preferred sgslnst tlio two West
Vlrglniu senators, William K. Chilton,
of Charleston, and Clarence W. Watson,
of Fairmont. Tho committee report declares
the charge unfounded.
(It lednml VIwW Tulfirraph 1
LrtNlMlN. Fr II. -
.0wttal le TV Adrorttier) -
IiMfNiMt fighting nl Thsti)i,
la whlrli fvrtnl Hionmnil Tin ,
wt Ullfil n rronhilr.1 anil
In which llm llnlsmts Ihi lt
hMvllr, l rtoil(M hiro Iwlay
In illMlrlim from 8flfi.. While
1rlall nr tklut. If Is Iwllevnl
the llntRars mfldo an nttntk In
ARE FALLING APART
Famous Canvases in Capitol
Are Being Ruined Quick
Action Very Necessary.
Time nnd tho elements nro working
havoc with tho valunblo collection of
old paintings which now ndorn tho
legislature rooms nnd hnlls of tho territorial
Capitol. Unless nrrangemonts
are mndc by tho incoming legislature to
provide for thu preservation of tho
of tho old monarchy these treasures
of incstimnblo value will soon bo
valueless, according to A. C. Whcolor,
assistant superintendent of tho department
of public works, who is now directing
the renovatiou work in progress
in the building.
Though ho hns known that tho paintings
need nttontlon, not until yester
day did ho discover that several of tho
oldest nnd most valunblo of tho collec
tion havo practically fallen to pieces.
Tho painting of Marshal Uluchcr,
which hangs on tho Wnikikl wnll in tho
corridor on tho third floor of tho building,
is probably in tho worst condition.
This pninting is tho worlt of Qibnuor
and was prosentcd by tho Prussinn gov.
ernment to Kamohnmoha III. in 1031.
Tho painting hns beon pronounced n
mastcrpioco by nrtists and connoisseurs
who havo examined It. For yonrs this
vnluablo canvas has not received any
attention. Tho seal covering tho brick
of tho framo was destroyed long ngo
and thoro is no protection on tho front
of tho picture
It is feared that parasites havo found
their way into tho canvas nnd hnvo
carried on a work of destruction which
cannot bo repaired. Tho pigment is rapidly
crumbling and it will not bo long
boforo tho likeness of tho Prussian soldier
is ontiroly obliterated. A portion
of tho hair is already gone, leaving n
bnro spot of canvas oxposod. A largo
portion of tho painting on tho 'right
shouldor long stneo fell to tho floor nnd
was swept away in tho dust. Sovornl
baro places nlso appear on tho uniform
directly beneath tho sword hilt nnd
hands of tho figuro. In addition, there
is scnrcoiy an men or tho ontlro painting
but shows slims of crncklncr.
Fortunately tho fonturos ns yet ore
not damaged, but prompt work is
soys Whcolor, to save oven a part
of this art and historical trensure.
The samo condition oxists with tho
pninting of Sir Admiral Thomas, which
graces tho wall a few fcot distant. This
pninting wns prosontcd to tho mon
nrchy a few years after tho head of
tho l.nglish naval forcos had lowered
tho British ilng in Honolulu and
flag and freedom to tlio peoplo of
Hawaii. oir Admiral Thomas wns
by tho Hnwniinns nnd this painting
as among tho most treasured by
former Queen Liliuoltnlnni.
Another which is showing tho
ravages of timo, tho clomonts and bugs
is mat or Jvameuamoha Iv, which
hangs on tho Ewa hall near tho stair
landing on tho third floor. Provious
efforts havo boon mndo to prcsorvo
this but tho pigment is cracked in a
thousand places nnd it Is holiovod tho
ennvns is rotting.
Tho two largo paintings of King
Knlnknua and Queen Llliuokalanl,
which aro hung in Qovornor Frenr's
oflico, aro probiibly tho best preserved
of tho entire collection. Tho othors,
sovornl of thorn gifts from European
ruiers are in tne assembly chamber.
Many of theso are also in poor condition
and should rocclvo prompt attention,
nccording to Wboolcr.
James A. Wilder, tho woll known
Honolulu artist, was invited to examine
tho paintings last week with a
view of having him BUggest n "remedy
lor tnelr preservation. Jlo readily dis
covered tho cvidouco of docay, but
oxprcssed tho hopo that practically tho
cntiro collection can bo preserved. This,
howover, depends upon tho quality of
ranvas used. If this proves of tho
sumo material which has withstood tho
tosts of timo in mnny of tho noted
lumitorpieces no trouble is anticipated.
Wilder gnvo it as his opinion that
the cracking of tho pigment in sovcral
of tho paintings is duo in great part
to faulty framing. This condition, ho
says way bo romcdcd by having tlio
paintings properly rcfrnmed by an ox
pert to guard against shrinkago nnd
uneven strnin on tho canvns.
Assistant Superintendent Whcolor
hoped to urrungo to provido for tho
repair of tho paintings in tho appropriation
for ropairs of the capitol.
ins, uowevor, was round to bo illegal
by Auditor J. II. Fisher. Tho
turcs, though looked upon ob fixtures
count not bo cmssiued as a portion of
tho building. It is now believed that
tho members of tho legislature will see
thb noccssity for hnving the pictures
properly enrod for and a suitable appropriation
for tho work will ho made.
(lly Frderal Wirelna TelesTtch.)
rxhVDON, relirimry 11. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Ilosu Sarto, sister of
Popo Pius X., died today, nccoidlng to
dispatches from Vonlco to the Central
Popo Reiterates Principle.
Olr FwUrtl Wirtltu T.lcgr.r.)
IIOMK, February 11. (Hpiciul to
Thu Advertiser) Adherence to tho
tradition that no Pope shall leuvo the
Vatican alive until tho temporal hov
erelgnty U acknowledged by the
wns announced fo.lny In the decision
of Ills Hollni'iu not to leave the
Vatlcnu tn go to the deathbed of Ms
liter Itniu. Ilia nliyileluus are
il by the effect lilt sister's death hits
liuil on tho Popu.
ILL TELL OF II
unvoillng Ceremony nt
Innl School Today Will Bo
Country's Mnrtyrod Proaidont whoso
Dirtnuny anniversary is boing observed
by unveiling of Lincoln
Memorial Tahlot at Llliuokalanl
(Prom Wondncsday Advertiser)
Qcoriro W. 1J. Ivlnir whn will ninlrn
tho presentation address nt tho ox-
iiiuming tne unveiling or tlio
memorial tnblet nl tlm I. llm.
oknlnnl school, Kaimuki, nt ono o'clock
mis anurnoon, uns a strong recollection
of tho mnrtyrod president, as ho
wns n small boy visiting in Washington
during tho few ilnvn itrncnillnt, flut
shooting of Lincoln. Jwo days boforo
uiu iiiigcuy mo uoy nnu ins latlior cal
led on iincoln nt tho Wluto
dlouse. Tho oldor King and tho lad
stopped n few momonts to talk with
Lincoln nnd ns thoy started to pass
irOItl tlin mnni tlin fnnfn,n.
of tho chiof executive brightened witn
u siniio nnu rescuing down no clasped
tho hnnds of. tho boy and expressed his
pleasure at mooting him.
Georgo W. 11. King, ns years havo
pnsscd, has looked upon this us ono of
tiio piensjnt incidents of his lifo nnd
ho will toll of it as ho presents tho
memorial tnblot to tho school today.
It is bcliovcd that thcro will' bo a
large nttendnnco nt tho momorinl
for they will mark tho only
public observance of the day in Honolulu,
Patriots Will Be Out
The local post of tho Grand Army
of tho Kopubllc at n meeting yostorday
voted to nsk overy person in Honltilu
who enn popslbly do so to d'Bplay tho
Americnn flag from residences and
business houses today. Many havo already
expressed tholr intention of displaying
tho nntionnl colors.
Tho Spanish War Vontcrnns will
observe the day as will probably tho
Boys Scouts as well as othor military
nnd civic organizations.
An invitntion has boon oxtendod to
tho general public to bo in nttendnnco
ut the oxerclscs. Tho Hawaiian band
will furnish music.
Hon. C. II. Dickov will ninkn thn
principal address of tho day. Sonntor
Dickey was a buglor with General
Orant's stuff and personally know
Lincoln. His subject will bo "Mem-
ones or. wncoln." .
Through tho courtesy of Dr. C. I).
Cooper, n well preserved commission
bearing tho Bignaturo of President
Lincoln will bo exhibited during tho
exercises. This commission, in an
stnto of prcscrvatiqn, was tho
property of tho lato Dr. John K. Mc-Grew,
of Doctor Cooper.
Doctor McQrew scrvod with distinction
ns nu ofilcor in tho Union army during
Tlio program In full nt tho exorcises
today will bo as follows;
Boloctions Hawaiian Band
Hong American School
invocation Rev, P.. (J. Williams
Opening Itemnrks .,, Chairman
Selection Hawaiian Band
Song Battlo Hymn of tho Republic
"hly Captain, O, My Captain"..,.
Bon K, Towso
Kxtract From Gettysburg Speech ...
.. Reginald Timbcrlako
Addross "Memories of Lincoln"..
Hon. C. H. Djckoy
Presentation of Tablet on Behalf of
Wnialao, Kaimuki and Palolo Improvement
Club. ...Geo. W. R. King
Unveiling Tablet Fred Turrill
Accoptonco of Tablet on Bohnlf of
Wallnco R. Farrlngton
American Ilyman "Speed tho Bo-Selections
COMMITTEE KILLS BILL
FOR SIX-YEAR RESIDENTS
(Ilr Fdrl WlrrlfM TflrcTtph.)
WABHINaTON, February 11. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Tho resolution
of Senator Works of California,
providing for n single presidential
term, wns killed today whou
tho houso judiciary committoo voted
not to report any bill nt this session
to lengthen or chango tho term of
First Lieutenant Wlnnla, Fifth
hus been transferred to tho Fourteenth
It is now well known that not moro
than one case of rheumatism In ten requires
any Internal trontmout whatever.
All that Is needed is n free application
of Chamberlain's Pain Ba)nt
and massaging the parts at each application.
Try it and se how quickly It
will relieve tho pain and soreness, (told
by Ilehson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agent
for JUwiill. Advertisement.