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tOGAL Mm AGAiKST
' 3.1005 HEDUGTIDN li THE
Success to Dato Should EncouiageAII in Persist-W
ing Says Hea? of Local Sugar
Near the Spotlight Center
jh HAWAII IS NEARER THE CENTER OF THE "NA
TIONAL SPOTLIGHT" NOW
MANY YEARS, AS A RESULT OF HER VIDESPREAD
CAMPAIGN FOR THE SUGAR TARIFF. IT HAS BEEN
'BROADENED INTO A CAMPAIGN OF EDUOATION.ABOUT
THE ISLANDS ALL 07ER THE. COUNTRY.
REPLIES FROM THE EARLY LETTERS ARE POURING
INTO HONOLULU IN SUCH NUMBERS AS TO SHOW
THAT AT ABOUT THE PRESENT TIME, WHEN THE FULL
VOLUME OF HAWAII'S MAIL IS REACHING THE EASTERN
CENTERS, HAWAII'S AFFAIRS AND HER POSITION
MUST BE SUBJECTS OF ATTENTION AND TOPICS OF
DISCUSSION AMONG LEADING EUSINESS MEN IN ALL
LINES. SOME OF THE REPLIES ARE , FULL OF ENCOURAGEMENT,
AND FRIENDS OF HAWAII URGE THAT
THE CAMPAIGN BE KEPT UP.
r," TEC SUGAR PROTECTION COMMITTEE HAS DECIDED
UPON A "FOLLOW-UP" CAMPAIGN, AND ALL THE
LEADERS IN THE FIGHT ARE AGREED THAT SECOND
AND THIRD LETTERS WILL PROVE AN EFFECTIVE
'MEANS OF WORKING.
IHBOT nATvTP.'.TfW T.TTJTTJATTTPT' WAR HTOW PPP..
""PARED AND 15 READY FOR DISTRIBUTION AT THE
BERS DRUG CO., HONOLULU
"Now that retirns. hive bc;un to
s'mw whit Hani i (tan 1i in Waging
ton,'' Slid I'icd Jj. W.ildroa yesterday,
"I l.opo this community wi'l iloul lo
its efforts to get a gust consideration
of Its r'ghts in congrqjr."
Smcu tlu r.onrturo of cruor
Carter for V h)i ng'on, Mr. Wnld on
lias become thj liCJd of ti 0 Sugir
and he fays the lejorts tli3 couin it'.eo
is lepsiving lneJn t' at ft is worth
while foe Honolulu to, get 11 "second
wind" and fight larder than evir.
"Oro thing v.e luve ulteily 1 s
provoj," coutiuuod WUJrtn, "and
tluit U llie sUitc.iient of t'icse ho
bold bjck btiuusc, as tlioy tl.in'f, wo
r.'iii't get a liearihg ilany a its ilout
Jir.s iKfjIccttil to wrilo lieeauso I10
tliinKs Hawaii i too mull to matter
111 tlie (ijrojt national controversy,
'foiigrsna ill do nliat it want,' say
tlieso ic6'de, 'and it isn't Uo'"g to
lie inlliioiiccd lij littlo Hawaii.'
'Alreuly' it lias been shown tliat
this iile.i is a w.onj; one. 1'iom our
ry lirt olley of letters cuno li,icc
niiswrers, as iUiokly ns return mails
ould bring thcnv showing congressional
rcsjiomes tq our appeals. l!y this
t'nio nVrojit everyone who wrote many
letters has' ruehod eneoeraging
many of them right Jrom tlu
s v - X if -, -
V l'rom rProml telegram sent, after
hearing trom HiWaii, to President
Wilton, by bin Jr'rpriisio
:! bor of ('oinnur.'e: vV'n agJlu do-
sirj to rcjieat'ojr object 011s to tlio
'abolition or radical reduction of
the tariff on sugar. Such hction
would severely e ii'P'o, if it did
not annihilate, tin iicet sugar in- 1
dustrio and tlio llavr.iji.iu sugir s
pl.U.t lions. If tlio present price
of raw sugar, tiamciy, 3,45 tr
liundred pounds, vvere redtced hi'
tjio amount of tlio pre.ont tarlll
o"u CuUin sugar," tlio price of sugcr .
t wonld fall far below eo3t of
jroduct oa and marketing by both
the Hawaiian UntatioCi and tlio
I ret sugar nidusiriej. Tlio dis
prop.rtion betntcn tha very small ,
liotiefits to the ultimate copsnmcr,
which might coino from p.'JttJug
sugar on the free l'st, as com-
' pared to tho widespread injiry
wlich would lo done to tha
. largtf numbers of peoplo iu tho
'- j rcspcrity are defjendent, on the v
Unifol apd t'" Hawaiinn
fy Is'ands, woso comniunties anil
sugir industry, maK3 the prop;s-
ed abolition of tjio duty on sugir
appear grossly inadequate to us."
THAN SHE HAS BEEN FOR
DRUG CO., AND TEE LOCAL
WOULD BE EANK INJUSKOT. '!-
Trom a 120)wonT niirht t 1-
gram sent by a large Sin lVjiiclco !:
v wholesilo house to tho eleven lie !
rcpontatlves 'and two Senator
from California, resnlt of letter !
from E. H. Pars: "Tin Unitvd
States eovcrameiit for ninny )oar.i
has incintained its policy ot iu
tection over tho sugar' iid s ry
and has IcJ concerns 1 Ko cus to
leliovo that it would hi t.afo to
devote our lives nnd cur all in i1
lines of endeavor directly depen 1- !
K put upon tho Leot sugnr business.
Wo bellore that we and fiou aids
of others would bo done a r nk w
injuslico if tho foundat'ons of our -l
v parent industry were kicked ott '
from ti'iilor 111. We Lclleve that
wo hive the riht to ask of 'our ''
government tint which wo could !l;
demand of an individual in a court 1
of jnitico, basing our claims on 11
question of usage. Wo vvint you '
v to iisht for a catiFO that involves
directly nnd indirectly tho well- W
It beinr of tlioiKnniln of people It
:): Ins been slid that tal.n off th
duty from sifgar will reduce tho
cost of living. Statistics sbnw in
SIKIAlt AT A GI.ANCK that Ho
S siving would bo extremely Miiill.
The eoit of living is lilph at niy
price to tho mm out of a job." "!
men who will vols on our fnto in congress.
Only y3terday canio a cible
showing that Senator Works of Call
fornia, 0116 of tho leiders among th'
I'roftrensivn Hepullicnns, who probable
hold tho balance of powo", his openly
csTousod our came to tlio full limit
giving his endorremont to a I tter in
which llishop Hestarick ably set forth
Our Arguments Different. ,
, "Hesliles those who think it not
worth whllo to write becauso of ll.i
wall's smalliiess, there arc homo whe
think that the argument Is boing nude
anyhow by tho more iiillucnthl bee'
men nnd the Louisiana eanp sugar incn
Hut it should be rencmbcrcl that Ha
wall hag a set of arguments tint ar
exclusively her own. Our Wintry ir
eno w'th a very keen and easily arous
cd sentinieital senso of justice. Hi'
w.iii's isolation, her diflicu
ties, tile fact that she gave herself t
tho b'jiion, and has paid taxes instea
of being an oxpense, 8s other Tprr
tories were, appeal to this senso. Whe1!
they wgro Territor'es', the great Static
0! tho West ami M ddlo West woro a'
expense to tho national treasury, en
even after the3' beeamo States, mam
of thntn 'got help in emergencies wiel
as ep'demics, etc. Hawaii pad he1
way aid n good deal more.
" Litters from Irern can bring thes
arguments home,,adding to the
economic arguments. Now that wc
have actually demonstrated that Jcttc:
(Continued on Page Two.)
Conflicting Reports Concerning Condition of Pope
Cardinal Notified, to Prepare for Sacred College
Last Bulletin Says
JPontiff May Yet
(Hr l'n!ral Win-tat )
ltOMH, Ajril 17. (Special to 'Hi'
Advertiser) Aitir amoral ho.trs ol
refreshing slo.p, the Popo hvvoKo tli r
(iionlng greatly refrr"lot. AltluiR'i
his condit.cn 19 crave, tin Paiial ibv
siclims refuse lo liopo for his
Doctors MarclilnfavA and An ci thi
iiicrjiiiig Issued t' o following bulletin"
"The Hof Father pnstpl 11 q Hot
night nn.l his cinjit'ou U improved.
Ho has 110 f.upr ami llio bronchi il uf
lection is nin
Jtcbels at Censorship.
Cnrdiml Oieglln, dean of tlic card-
inula. this afternoon icbellnd a1 tin- nl
Icged cui'orslilp U'liutnincd by Card
tary, 11 n 1 Da, tor,' AUrc i.lfav., ah 1
mmjSSllMt'&Mm III il lull! i I 3 II
LATEST PHOTOORAni OF POfE PIU3 X. HE HAS FINISHED HIS FORMER
, S . !K
Ainici Ho i-" nigr siyiug it is im I
under the present conditions
fin the e.irdinnls ta learn tho Fopo's
(.'.initial todiy formnlly in j
vlted all iiirdin.i's bore to join him in
asserting their light to ass st in the
ministrations to the Pontiff.
HIMDKI WJUTFS ITS
Will AdtlrcES Lcgislaturo on the
Subject at an Early
Kalmuki's water question loomed up
large and seriously last night at tho
meeting of tho Kalmukl Improvement
Club and, as a result, a protest will
bo filed with tho authorities against
mixing tlio Palolo Valley water with'
the nrtPsijii liquid supplied by the Ka;
pnhulii uiinping tntion.
An olllclal eoniiiiiiiilcatioii may also
bo addressed today or tomorrow to (ho
Speaker and members of the houso of
representatives and an attempt will bo
made to attach n rider to tho proposed
additional appropriation of lii,noo for
tho Palolo water scheme", fo that (his
iiipplv vviH not lie iurned into tho same
mains or tho reservoir on "lied Hill,"
r.hldi aro fed by tho supply from
Thu KnlmiiklltPK nmnln nssnr. '
luces tint tho surface water of tho
nllcyis not at all free from cieletorlous
Uftttpr tlrnn tn n certain Tinvnt
been n'furod by'thi departmput that
'.his water will not bo utilized at nil.
'rofcsijor Gilmoro of tho C'ollego of
'lawaii has analyzed the surfaco water
md onuunccd It not the best for
The departuitnt now claims thero is
1 spring just ir tho rear of tho first
fjlls in Palo'o Valley and that tho
from this is a) solutely puro
nd cnu bo piped out so that surface
vater will not mlc with it. Should this
e t.o Kaimilklites will proiuniy with-
iravv ineir pujectio ns, but a separate
ntalie, from tliat at tho fojt of tho
Irst falls, will have to be provided to
"cod tho pipe lino which is now beintr
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THE VATICAN. OAHDENS.
Alarm Was Felt.
The Pope's condition List night w s
ahrining, but gradenlly dovelo, ed int
one nf hopefu and this morning it
vv.13 believed tint It tho Pontiff sur
vivos tevei.il days longir hf has a
chance to recover,
At midnight lie was restless nnd tor
LW.Ws Go On
Hunger Strike in
Denver Bull Pen
p J (C 3C mm ?C fC y
(l'y Inderal AVirpless Telegraph.)
I'I'NVr.ii, April 17. (Speeinl
to Tlio Advcrtifcr) In emulation
! if the jail tactics espoused bv the
militant MilTrngvttes in England,
tho sixty fndiiBtrliil Worlipia of
the World who were cast into tho
"hull pen" here, after a threat
to "show up' 'the Denver police,
Harted u hunger still loday,
ifi sj: c )e s jj: H sfc ',' 'r '
rtr p,wi wirlni TVieirriiti )
WASHINGTON, April 17. (Seclal
to Tho Advprtiaej) A bill granting
Urtctorl'riedmanu, discoverer oi an nl
'wl tuberculosis cure, license to prac
llco '" "l0 Diuriet of tolumbi.i was
intibdueed ill the senate today. Doctor
J rieiluiann is anxious to open
INFAMOUS CASE IS
AT LAST IN COURT
fTir F..W1 Wlrcle.l Ictfrrsiih.)
WASIUNOTON, April 17. (Special
to 'llio Advertiser) Tho appeal of
Porter Charlton to t!o Supremo Court
from tho ncticm of tho New Jersey
courts and the etato department In holding
hi m over for extradition to Italy
to answer to tlio charge oi murdering
his wifo nt Ijike Co.ao, on .lime 7, 1910,
vyas on call for nrguinpnt today beforo
tno court, buUbccauo of several caos
ahead there was a possibility it might
not bo reached until tomorrow.
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i f iift ti w i:1 whit? ii .
DAILY DKIVE THItOUOH
iiientcd by a cough. He was permitted
to sit up, this pirtinlly alleviating the
Tim I'opo insisted on talking, however,
and his temperature rrse. At nn
oirly hour this morning the Pontiff
stifferpd another coughing tit, after
which he slept until -dawn uml sturbed,
Banquet and Organize With Gubernatorial
The Southern Society of Hawaii wna
born last night ift the organization
banquet, with a hundred charter members,
of whom fifty and more wcro
preont vvliVn Knal's boys began singing
Southern songs nt six o'clock.
As cirly as half-past five tho Southerners
began gathering from oery quarter
of tho city, for an hour they chatted
and 'exchanged reminiscences then sat
down to dlno and organize. There wcro
many surprises la store for tho men
south ot Jluson nnd Dixon's line,
friends and relatives who did not dream
of each otlyr's residence in "Hawaii
wcro Introduced, lono Texans
that thero is a Texan colony In Ho-,
nolulii, nnd the threo South Carolinians
who bpgnn tho iiiowment of bringing
thu Southerners together fo"und that
they had located twenty from tho
South Statu alone, to say nothing of
the Carolina army olllcers on duty in
.ludgo Quark's started tho ball rolling
by urging tho immediate organization
of u Southern Society of Hawaii.
This was unanimously iunvp.1 in. nml
.ludgo Kdings moved that work bpgip
niiuuui iiinuvr uuiuy,
Alexander Hume Ford was elected
chairman of the meeting, and tho fob
loiving neicct was unanimously elected:
K. if. vvutson, president) Win, v..
(Continued on Page Six.)
GEORGIAN WILL MAKE
NEXT CENSUS COUNT
(I!v IVdernl Wireless Telegraph.)
WASIUNOTON, April 17. (Special
to -Tho Advertiser) President Wilson
today, sent to tho senate tho nomination
of William Harris of Georgia to
be census director,
ST. PETER'S AND TIIE VAiICAN
Prepared for Doath.
'IH10 Vatican had prepared for tho
Po'po's del th. Cardinal Domlnlil no-tilled
Cardinal Orojllu that tho end vv.is
near i(iHl thalatter was in constant
ri'ni'.ltioss to nsSlst Iindiitilslering tlio
It was reportodjiii Cwdlnapjicfry "la.'yu'fl'1'rtitMreridcnt the
Val "had tecfncUcd nil apostolic l'omtmBoInny iniin to a territorial
ilelegates to notify tho cardinnls nbrolid
to be ready for n, concl.ivo of tho d
tied College. Newspaper
nlscf heard a rumor that tho government
hid ngreel to hold up all
and cable comniiiuiciit'ons in
the event qf tho I'd nt Ill's dxith in
crdor to givo iro cdrneo to in stages
to church dignltarips.
Family Near at Hand.
Augerii Snito, the Pontiff 's brother,
has not left tho sick room aluco ho arrived
in tho city.
His Hstors also were sun moned 19
tho Vatican last night nnd told to pre
pare for tho worst. The Pope's
lied sisters, living outsido of Italy, '
iilo Imv locn suiiinoiied. 1 1
The King of Itnl ,i receiving lour-
1 y bulletins concerning tho Pontiff's
Only to Bury .
the Many Dead
(Ily Pedcal Wireless Telegnph l
LONDON, April 17. (Si ecinl '
& In H tin Itani... In Clin rfs I
K'llkaiis Is as fur nwiiy ns ever,
according to a dispatch reioived
hero today from ,011 1. It said tie
reported armistice between Tur-
koy "ml Hulgirb was merely an
agrpcment betwcpii the opposing
generals and vvns only made to
permit the burial of tho doid.
THIS COULD NEVER
HAPPRN 1SH WAVATTicT'1,POII'nlon'Jr''' SecitaryJof.Stat.1 the (laper edited by
(Hy Pederal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASIUNOTON, April 17. (feiecial
i on which ?tcr,at nation, becoming
U0Vi ot ,tholr rights nnd
., chief of the ,.n,.i, enpac t cs,
sectiro, participation in the government
to Tho Advertiser)
Willis I,. Moore,
bureau, from ofllco rested today in tlio
demirlnipnl nf liiaffrn wimp,. 1j. 7l,.,..la
of tho burc.ui of Investigation wcro at
work upon them.
Tho general allegation against Mooro
Is that wnplujcs of tho weather bureau)
whllo out on government business, were
5?,LI',. 7"lnorKanl'at0"''ll,l0 .for (luavmas of Colonel
mectlngsin, furtherance of Moore's
rnniiiuncy lor se 'eretary of agriculture.
MEET DEATH WHILE
(HyFe'dornl Wireless Telegrajih.)
MAI.ONH, Now York, April 17.
(Special to The aro
iu uu ueau, oho is missing and
flvo are seriously Injured, following u
firo which destroied the Hotel De Wil-
r m -A. AJkAji A Jh-. , r0 Jy i w4i min4li. r,i AAjt i A A rwMMt "fn ' M'
TARIFF BILL TO
WiV.Be Reported Without
.Radical Changes, Is
Republican Report Goes
:ttf Caucus Scores
(Hyrcdcrnl Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, April 17. (Special
to Tho Advertise) When the housa
Democratic caucus resumes Its consideration
of jtho Tariff Bill tomorrow af.
tcrnoon an early conclusion is predicted.
It Is expected that tho Tariff
Bill, In practically tho same shape as it
was framed by tfco ways and means
committeo, will be presented to the
honso on Monday,
Tho Republican membors of tho house
are to tnoct In caucus and it fs certain
that they wtll approve of tho minority
report of the ways and means
which excoriates tho bill
,x TERRITORIAL POSTS
cfnteoyPrCBayCnbln to the
aecoinry or tlib Interior Lauo will
odicohvhcifis not a bonn lido resident of
tho Torritorjr in which tho office is
Bitnatcd. ' -
This, Impcrthnt stntement of policy
was enunciated today when tho secretary
announced tho appointment of
Mnj. '.T. T."AT Strong as Governor of
Uaslcn toBuccccd Wnljcr K. Clark.
Clark, who, is a former Washington
newspaperman, is to bo succeeded by
tho Alaskan, also a newspaperman,
In .giving out tho news of tho np.
P111,ny,nt, the secretary alo declared
that llO Will Tint rppnmmnml fn. nn.inlt
(inent (o riny iniportunt office a man
with whom ho is personally mi
cl. Holcsires to get men who nro
thoroughly familiar with the con.1it.nn.
they wl) bo, culled upon to handle and
whoui'he Jias confidence.
NO PROHIBITION FOR
ntcil J'ress Cublo to
llio senate tnduy, after a hard flght
niid'bltterH'bato of tomo dJjs, k(lleil
tho bilA,rphibltliig the snlo of liquor
on tho grounds of the
exposition, nnd that exposition consequently
will bo "wet."
(By. Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
MNgOEN., Nebraska, April
(Specia) to'Tlio Advertiser) A
eomqjoilhcriiopubllc of China is voiced
today m.ir.inn !
Tho editorial eajs "in part,: "Tli
peoplo 'ofAmerica will rejoice n
ljJ1'1na'".?ntanco into her new career.
It is U momentous limn- wlmn l.
I ALIt j1' QUIET ON
iwYtrnM0"11 Wlre''''' Telegraph.)
Arizona, April 17.
(Speci nlito.The Advertiser) Following
Obregonnnd'his HOO Constitutionalists,
, quiotproyallfd on the Arizona horde;
'0.,aWOAtho first timo in ninny weeks.
v i H "iliWl tho surrender 0f tlio
i redorula.nt lln.nm.. i.i
!' '"3 ai'p'i"
mice. C. 9
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i COMMITS SUICIDE
l& ?T ,
PIIjqAao A7rl. i8.(At60cialcI
, ' " rt"" "'"hn Wayman, who k
B"totttor5ev uncovered the Larimer
'o Illinois legislature