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Friday, . rbniuTARY .W-semi-WeeLy,-
AUTO DASH FROM EL PASO
emits tfri American Slcle Get Acrbsl
But Many Are Cliire'cl By .Villi':
T American Troops Fbll dr lHsi
oners' to Rush . Guards. ' .
" KL 1A$,' .Tcmv February !12.( Associated iVcss by Wilcral
Wjroless) A plot of Mexican secret agents here working uuuer dj
rcction of President JIui'rta, havjng Yr(ts purpose a Federal attack
tipoo the rebel stronghold at Juarez, sterol"; f roifi (h. Anicnp an fie
iu. i: n i. u l i. i ... it... L ......!..
under command of General Hugh
eyeryother Americaa troop at Fort
prevent what is believed to have,!
prisoners at Fort liliss torusn thieir
which it waa hoped to capture the Kbuj jfft au) ta,Wwe.oni;of
what General Villa' believes is the strongest position now held by Lis
forces in Northern Mexico. v i ,;,. y..V.,..,lM
For two dnysthe American officer uv,b4n jn. iwsHeayio. of, in
formation :that a plot of some kind was under way and have been
; on. the alert. v ' ..'.'.;' ?-j ' '. ' ,,;, :,; . ' I
ak ai afS vaaiv imdh t, ti svb (" i., sa a r - 'v v. v
to capacity with (Federal recruits, all heavily arnied, madij the dtb
toward the international line. , The only plice to cross lie swollen
river is at the International bridge.
The onmshintr automobiles disregarded all comniands to halt, and
before the alarm could be sounded most of them had succeeded in
getting across. . , , - . - - )'.'
' News was at once flashed to Fort JJliss and General Scott rushed
four troops of cavalry to the scene to prevent the open violation of
neutrality and to aid the soldiers
atopping the rush.' ;The troops
, however. . Meanwhile, Jnuenqsf
of the line succeeded in, getting.
the, attempt being made by the luierta. forces to get a Hanking force
on the Ifel)el left and, he succeeded i)i meeting the plot and capturing
'i part pf the Federal forces, together with their equipment and aii
tomobiles. ' , ;.r ,. . , ... . .. . ;. '. ' ' ,
Despite the fact that a heavy force of mounted men were sent from
t., -a t i : a.1 T'l li ii att A i :..
Jii$ forces at that place. A sojid fOfdor) of troops was thrown about
the prison quarters of the Mexican Federals held there to guard
against any attempt on their part to rush their keepers. . . , y
BA:;DJT CA5TIUD IS..
EL PASQ. Tcxal, February ll.
(Associated , Press. t ,Cabje)-r
Swift vengeance pa iteea mete!
out to Maximo Castillo, the mur
derous bapdit, and x 9f the fo-
.' Jowers who: were in. hisf band when
lie caused the wreck of two trains
' at Cumbre tunnel and the death
of half . a . dozen Americans and
many others. - -
- General Villft'a aold4ers, ordef
ed to bunt the bandit, down and
kill, or capture him, last night sur
rounded the outlaw and took him
with sjx of his men, according to
' their report today. . The seven
were instantly executed. Villa's
wonts are pursuing tne remain
' der of the band, who are to be
shot down when caught. Villa has
sent word throughout the north
rn part of Mexico that he wUl
1.111 tm a n ll'f ntnlauifl fUti
whom be has prorbie4 to protect.
Biti nn(. uiuii. v v, v.v-h
I ' ' i m m . .
INDIANAfOUM,- iudiana, February
1 i. ( A saoeiateii ; i'rvas by . Veieral
Wirtirsa) The HUta fub)U JJUlitiea
. CoinmiaaioB, in a di'cisioa handed down
yesterday, jurauts . the wage increase
.akid by the street car employes pt
; lodiauapolia, Iwt, refuse to recognise
the' street ear uulon. .-io.
- The . controversy betweea tte: street
i-ar tonipaay and its employe ... was
placed before the eommiHsipa by (!
meat ending the bitter strike laat 'o
. vember it hea four. men ware killed ad
t the Nate .militia waa railed out to re-
. store order. , ... .:. -i
, Tho strikers insisted upon the. wage
increase only a portion of their d-
, inands the inert (iistHteut f which was
rerogumom iur tucir iiiioii, ;- .
. WASlifNGTON, . February ,12.r-( As
sociated i'reaa by Federal Wirelne)
I'rem a mortality j)Jiit of v.utw a at
infaciory condition is inducted,, ac
cording to census bureau anueuucaoient
, of death, rate atatistirs. made yeatorday.
Of the .efuhtoen Utates where regis-
tratiou rocord of bitbs sod , doath
are compulsory, the death rate i Mary
. )uud ranks the highest,, with death
fate of aixteeo and tbree-tentha r
thousand populatioB. . .. .
. , MinucHoia nas ins lowest H(n,
with a showing' of ten aud seven-tenths
deaths per thousaiid population.' .
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. BEWABU QT COJ.DS,
Children are much more likely to i-on
trai-t, the eoutsirioua disttases whea they
Iimv cnlilni Whooitiuir couiih. diubtlte
. rui, scark't ever nnd consumption, are
(Uhosimm ithat are.'ofteii eoatraeted' when
thf child haa a cold. That ia.why all
aiedieaJ authorities say bewar of iJ 1.
For the flnii k cure of colds Vou will Hod
' not hi hit better than Chamberlain's
' t'oimh Kemedr. ' It can always W tie-
" jH-ndi'd in 'on and is leannt and tr.fr
o take. ,For snlo y all dealers, Heason,
Buiith & Co., Mil., agents lor Hawaii.
1 jScott Jast, Bigl)t,aud,,pla3wJ
DTyss inunedistely under arras, f,e
been, i.iing il tne JSlex.jea,aleral
pnajfda ajid, join, fa t,h, attaf f. by
already on duty in tho work of
lost track of the Faleral recruits,
the iM'bels undet Villa on this side
information to the Rebel leader of
. ' -.. - -; -'
, OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma,
February 12. .-(Associated Press
by Fcdcrul Wlrojess) The trial of
p flfty-thousand-dollar . suit for m
damage against - United Htate
Senator Tboroa P. Gore, the blind
senator' from Oklahoma, started I
her yesterday. '', i .
ft The action was filed, by Mrs,
Minnie Bond. Tb woman charge
that she was th,e victim of an aa- w
aim It by Henatot Gore in a Wash-
infton lioU-l aorae months ago.
) rVnator Gore, who is her to do-
'fend the suit, denies the allega-
tiou ia the complaint and blames
the filing of the action upon noli-
tiral enemies who seek hia defeat
. ... , .. v. . ;
l-lm NAhi Amateiift PUt Oft
- Good BUI For Big CrMd
LARGE AUDIENCE AT. B AAiUN, PE.IippE.OitEATtY
ENJOYS FOLLIES STAGED AND PRESENTED XN . f
' . EXCELLENT MANNE4.
(From Thursdny AUvertie,r.)
. Thone who we;it o tno Ojra loupe
st. sight xpecfing, to see tha typica
amoteur performance muHt pave ben
most pleasantly dianppoiott4, lor the
IJui N'alu. amateurs are the equal of
maty profeKsiouals..' .. , . ,. '
The playing of tlu F.vsbs Brothers,
tha singing of Bobert Kaawa, the man-
dolin, lpd ukulele work of F.fnest Kaal
tmil the. ouiely . stunts oC Jack New,
berg were all escellent, as was Mr. Ja
Steel's M. K. B. Kag, daaced vth
Puke Kabauauioku. ; Many s danseuae
would euyy fHetl'e nimble toes aad
graceful j'Oiso. t 1 1 (,'( 1
There is no plot to tha produi'tion)
it is the most natural eonditiou imag
inable. The urt in rises, disclosing a
beautiful aceoo of Iiamond Hoed jut
at the break of day, a single .musician
i "laying the guitar; he is joined by a
tin brother -musicians , and later by
other members of the !vb-. They dis
cuss the ueed of a, new club house and
tbu deciiled lo give a shov the pro
eettds to go towards tha new house.
The talent, .of course, is aUeady on the
stage aud nonve of it ia tried out. Just
then the."Kiluhana.Art League ' ap-
tar and .they are called upon, to ko
ua. wbivh taey do. each meinbur sing-
lug , song and a) dancing together;
amongst . the ttiomlxirs are eucb prou).
uunt name-s wood, Mole, M' l urn
ueorgit wavis, r rear, prince i.upm ant)
Moul. tarter. -iHoy are aU axcoiiunu
'llcoriie Davis'' and 1 '1'riure t'uiiid
being especially, well majataiaed, .-, I
, Jipni;ia'a splendid Hawaiian scenes
worp thea put ujion ,tbe screen, . ... ;t
. After a short intermission tha cur-
tain rises upon a scene in a cats chaa
taut and is marvelously true to. life,
twelve couples being present singing
dancing and drinking champagne (t)l
LiW BE SENT
P nk ' f
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.WASHINGTON, February. 11
( AwocisLoil J'lTsa. by . Federal
Wireless) necpssary ' for the
protection ef the lives of Ameri- a
cons or other forcigoors now itt
Kcusdor, the I'annma Canal is
f 4iaarAKa Af -a . awall.. aantiu), ijmIt
yording-.tv dvMvarsl brfe Ds4
lilt )iyi roBcli-Uoittlisl .TWia
fuuaci foiiewing, receipt ei rwwa
that : Knuieraldsw, oae ot the JMoet
ijKrtntt . xrs :dn. -".n4rl is
ttaraing, the 'resirit of ., booiberd,-
UKt by Kbol forces ,io uprisiag
Are last the Koverosient. ; ,if
pttuuiionh, requires it .te prehahle
0 tint a i:njl tfutee a-4sel fwiU be
flispaAcbed to the scene by way of
the eaaal. :
n "it: i ii i . . , . tj 1 1 .
, ternW, ftWrmsM,. C
; for Help Frcm Ligttliouse. .
wjt . ( Aw t4 . Km Fridi,J
opiac, load dwh ,'pro iioRa ad Uf
m'VVwM nw-,)W iM.,ffayt4,thi rt;f
od t.eaeus, efao Bifin,bqrs pf ,(,b, her
ring . fishingcraf .Toe, fifiaf. ihas, baea
ciunht in .thedee hay pf the ilands and
i triuiy. gripped jn h hes i
.. Jiej orU. rombisx her, indicate that
there iu ao ehaaea for tha awall easela
to get ont before the spring thaws.
' The first oflicgr and members of the
crew i of one , of the vessels walked
aabore. vuri th!ii:r f,,lhii(i. manasr
they j-jwihf.k JxjtiiiUr iUaAiltRlit iet
tioa, 'awkiiig for pri iniops- te) rtaeaiah
tlwsjkliucgt ejtliaimted.ssppi'.of. the firb
ernwa. his !, pert Ti s)KlKud nwith :rur
visians will hul,.tlair .eUnks back to
thetr teseeia .in ukfi. ta(Uy.l I d I v. '
4 w. frou, tlx (liosstcr JiasA sight
stataeii! time. .ck! Uej iwradiramaat
of the fleet waa iaehed te th anainlaud.
WM'tti'1- I" ft''M' i'u'
Populate, in. Stockholm.
K ll it Air w"l..it, Wli.arr-1.
lsTt)Wqip, wan, Ffibxuary ,)?.
J..i, Vtfp, Jby,FerA,l W-a,-leral-rTbww.
thpuaspd audanta,. mernf.
KloriKliQ in,,,iarwffi .,ina ,s;aeis ji,w
tot jt b J? pyaj, lacp,, mUfig, ti'lm W
KingvA4oitrb. (iuavav aadi assftaiag
th4.,aiig.s7(,.teM loorly-s4 aapport
in his BL:bt ausjaiMt the attempt U aa
ale his utterances publicly on political
questions. .... . v' ' ' . -o'.'-.. .
. The differences boweoa Premjor
fttaaf, supported by the eabiaet, nd
King GuHtavus, waa ' threatening for
obio time, ' the reault nof tho King's
publie aeechea faronag policies , ae
mauded by bia subjects. Htnsf .rosentod
these spesihes and bis iasiatence that
the King change hia olicy eulminatod
in the rosignatifis ot the entire eabineit.
It is understood that King Gustavo
was in rensaitaUoa lor eouie time yes
terday with liaron de Geer. Tha latter
La aiakisg, good progress in tha select
tion of a new cabinet, it it aaiA, and tha
meintiers will be la, full aeeord with tbo
King's policies. .. v-
. . aa , .V a i
The scene is sjiLpoilidiy net and the act
ing wen-nign errevi. isvsiij cio ue
radium dance, most weird and ghoHt
Iv wrfornnjire. Tbo theater Is ; dark
ened, tho stage being perfectly .biacjc,
wheu seven . white-clad pierroa' apar
silhouetted against the Jet-black back
ground and all dance together, keeping
splendid tirfif . ta, jtha. hi'l'le arvhestra,
tb Hut Nslus ar Jto be congratulated
upon their splendid production. ,
. Part One.- . r
Chnracters named ' In the . order In
Which they appear. . ' '.,.r;
Thos. . K. JEvana . piawvared
f ''.Usoos KeaM-ryRnrbert Kaaw, Ilflii-
ry JJirbaw, HU-lisnd JloUUsin, Jsmssili,
tiling Abaaat Fraa.oia Bvaasy AUi iiol;
sUin, Albert .Arciih'.HaroU Lisbman,
Ian'l W. Keaweamahi. . John Unhinan,
Frederi'k . Vt ilbelm, Lukela Kaupiko,
Ueurge Kes woueiahi. . . ,. v
harles K. HtiJIrnan, Dii(!e;' Miller,
Dnvid Wifrwoed, Djikf V, Kahananiokn,
William T. Rawlins. Ed mum II. Hleet.
Moscly Cummiua, William KahaiamolMi,
William Kaaakanvi, J. Kaniau Vvana,
K.-rvey PJ.hilton, J. A.'H. Wo4eboue,
latrii OlSullivan, 'Viiliri fquoh,
Mile Hi.vd,' K: K;. Boyd, William K.
Jo dan, Ksrle E. Cook, poor g KarmttW
r.ram Jtalieje, tuna. li.eaw, .. opry
f'Fair HwalL" ?obr Kaawa and
ajusie JJpya.. , ;-;,t ,
, ho w,,.!;,- Wathodpf PlavinicOul
1. mi 1 . iv L' . ... 1 s .......
ivaus.trsBVU Jkvmivt, ,.
The Ki'lhaii Art Iagiua-Henrietts
Wood, hW H,l Houdorsoni Jeffrietr ,!
i'ikh, Oruy Zatriiej Jeorgett lvis,
Watson i-talleutyne; Wlterine rrear
Thos. P. W, Oray; Princess Cupid, Ala
; pnkl Kinith; frtnfordino Pole, Kohert
(Continued 1 00 (wgelais.)
f!HK.Ul Pjr.ivea OvaUotl n'"
Muzzled Receives Dv&tion From
. krM,lU't-a in C'0 kht iiU. ,
Miembcrs ol ' iiinoftdii'i Civil Be'r-
V i' .mi! 14 1 '!. r i
i '.' i f ! tiii i I fit i r r i r .i
jce JioarJ Hold Their First
4 i neur t ip
l f 4 t . ( h . I ) fL, . if I s ltr 1 i!;H Ii V
leeimg and tjegin Business d
v 1 1 i r ' ' ( T i.iiii-n hiii) Fiti
ar i! V r M. " ' ' k 7
wiping out' Polict nd fin
rNl ' -U'T't P ' K l'l 'I l'l,S UlHI
Pcpartment . Regulations ana
rt.iv.j 'iiu h i y 1 i lit (,l Hi in
AdopUng1 Kevr tine of Proce-
il . r 7
dure. w .
'..' '- Tl:l ! -frtoe ;
, v,rr.omtfiTibv.day, Advortiaor,), ,,.
j 'ithdKlerinlnnion o pifrforuj tbf
4it!utliBci(, for,. jOr, . the Jaw- of
rA Ua.the .ew .Honolulft Ciyy. er
f.Vva 4,'oiiiniiifsirto. )uel4 Uf ri (meeting
iM ,niht ,;at th,rty bU,a4 in, .a
lrivif-Vt, bMsbed aid ,all j?ca
dn,, ,ruje anil rsgulatoos boretoforr
goyf rug ,batr bo4y , n(l Advised sew
RrA' r'V"W dpbt,f r MgMnieaU,Thc
JHflds , ti iole.al.,firedcaiS(mf uA
tf.M o, .Ue.iuoated St tffVHtt
anil, cpBveuc tfi ubmijt,or io.-'
fiWflt, ,lq, pmmiaiie.n. thfl'if,, present
I"!' yrsuch lather, rules aa they. iay
f)eampt9per, tof ibo beat, interests of
tbfir bxauchi pf tbo public service. . ,(
' There, wnre ptcuent t the metag
last siht W, 8. .Kdiirgs, ehairn)an -of
the councinion; C. H. kro aad Jesse
1'. Mskainal, the . other two members.
The only visitor present . was Sheriff
VMIlium P. Jarrvtt. K. V. Buffandeau
served jii jeeretary
. Tha sole iueiuis itraasamiod -by, the
rMMjiaiiiuiioa last' U'gbt was to repeal all
the ruLos. and. aegaJatipna owlor which
tha iloniker ,oJuimaioa i,word ' j Th
laaouais. of lite polw! eu4. tinl.olftpart
aseate were alnp ropeakul and the heads
of those. departments, will b requested
t,uiply ijkQ oiiiiiHLua.ful.tb Iwt
feaea . of i Review ew vwiual . whiob
vifl. be.ieuUd te lit in ud work da
Jiarmoay with tfa rules -adopted by the
teuiUiiBHjon at tahrct.aeiyon. . i
"5'.;i,Pj;iiita oieaa ifiiate'.' M '
.ji liilfono iljourniUfnt last. 4iiKht,t he
tjiu'etiun ;wus rained i by . ;urotary livt
taaduau as Io tha,aUtua 06 uuHnished
bkwuunsdn, th wy of Jippcalsvoji other
caatter that batl ant iiouu coadudod by
thauolit 9MiiuiwuuJ)..hefere ti ,wss. de
riurod. tolei diesobvd y Mayor Fewr.
t ws ttad bjrOiuriiB,li8gs th.t
ltfi,ti)aeit' rottMuiu)e. sooJd ..Uke
hoiJoKw aiijuais S(wiof niwtiosa WfuW
bp eoMautoedljieAorti tbelM)d)l ad pett
fop' taving gio.auos uJd have .to
layvtbeir. esea before the comminsioB
The rule, ef the commission which
will be printed in .pamphlet' form for
gonerul distribuUoa are s follows
.1' -Mix.-,:. t;AppUcaAtoaa. -
' Section I. , Applicants Xor appoint
ment a the poltise and tire departments
of the. t-'U. and County of Honolulu,
must be citizens of the United States,
ani must have resided. in the City and
Coyoty ,f .Uouolida for not .less than
one year iinisediately .receding the
date of their application; excepting,
however, applicant or apiointment in
the detective force only, where, to in
sure . eiioieucy, , apiMtmoota uiay . be
made without boiiig subject to the citi:
eenshin clause. . - .. -u .
t tctioB 2. u Kvsry application must be
in writing, the iorin prescribed by
tha covuuiasion, signed :by tha applicant
ait (wra te before, any otueer autor
iaed-io administar aath.". Huch applica-
uoa jhall be liked by 4he applicant with
the secretary of the commission or mail
ed, to him at Honolulu, Territory of Ha
Uartiott1' 8. '. Ko apidkatioa afaall be
Meoptad froia any person who baa been
eoayieUd of say feiony nndei the laws
( .taia .Territory or - of . . the. United
ltaW:, or from any person who has
tteear dismuwed 'from- tha aervice of
ithvt department fori cause within one
rear jof such dismissal. .-v. ,' '. ; 1
ataction 4. A ay false statement know.
ingly niade by any applicant in bia ap
plication for appointment to any pom
tioa iai either deuartmeat, or made at
hia reqneet: or With his knowledge, Inf
any certificate which may accompany
bis 'application, or. any fraudulent con
duct, or falsa representation dona for
the purpose el misleading the commis
fien. aball ba . cause -for excluding him
from such examination or for removing
his name from any register or eligible
list. J ; : ' ...ri
; Section 1.' ' The oflicer and positions
)o the police aad 'fire departmenta o
the City and County of Honolulu, pom
ing uinifr tne juriN'iH'tion 01 toe ;iono
lulu .Civil Service Comi
Commitislon aro here
by clasnifled in follows:1 "'' . ,l
Division 'A--The police department.
SU posltidnf In the police dopartiueut,
iueiuding. the detcictiva' force.
; ' Division H The 'fire' department, all
positions iq the fire department.
' -. ' Examinations. '.
Beotion 1. All examinations held un
der the jirovisions of the Civil Her vice.
Act 'and of these Hole aid Regulations,
shall b copuctady.ths Civil Hervw
LominiHHiQii or by an examiner or ax
sminoTH' utider th Airection of the com-
tuiswioo, wkft-b'tnaj 'frwu tiuui to time
drsignet isiich' examiners as may be
Hection 2. ' Examinations shall be pf
supfa a character aad relate' to sucb mat
tors aa will fairly teat the capacity an
fitness of the person to discharge' th
duties, of the .position to which they
smk te be appointed. - '. . ..i
i.jAll applicsuta abaU be . required, to
undergo, a physical and mental exam
nation, the result of which shall be ear
titled to the commission by a physician
on forms ftirnishi'd bv the commission
: When an applicant fails to pass the
physical and mental examination, ho
, . ... , 1 j 1,1 -in 1 .
; ' .1 f.ififr..r. i: ::,;v ''..
I'll',' I'PS - IO I'OI'.ltlf U i,l ii I
FOR 10.7 TAXES
Toklo Scene of Disorder Reau
of Struggle Being Made to
Overthrew Present fjabinet.
TOKIO, February 12., (Associated
I'rcsa ;by Federal Wirolessl Serious
disturbances ocfjurra Mr7V!it Tokfo
yesterday) i ypflevAipn w tia figt
attains. :4b 1 VisMhi.,cahiact The
uos atoued the areait,; hurling rocks
naiaD-y object, tbeyirotil-l seep re with
retJi Uf iuier IhsonUr.lkn cats,
Striking passengers and iujuriug a nunv
be. I11 1,0 al 11 tHlsk-. the. ;
A'stbiUA liatas'ked-the sjevenae
bildiag iUit,withwi uiflitig 4amage
feeeod tbei breskjug ul,ii4iuiber af
wiudew. eta hf i drate crw.avra m-.
Medlrtii'iigsd.iilri.iuVl blic with
drewiwipdns aad beaten Lack, Many,
ware, afrcetrd.il... m eiirtod .1 1 1 t 1
Tha. disturltartcoa oo4ursei4uring the
aessi4Ml' afVtlie Hiro.ro uikl scenes
revailud.:i Th iprincipai sane of the
agitaatoa- is tad rctusai Aifi.Mie .adminis
tration to heed the demand for lower
taxes. - i ,
WPC-KTOrlii, Mr eery )l
MHyt Ava toi., Frees ,,th)o)Th
riUtrh t atitprnay Adari4wnraitoi cosi
plaint ba)rgrBg Ji'ieaiosS Older Stnd Jt.
Aui Crnthere, cweetvely,i editor- aad
fiublisber -ot that ienMFrecjseo Bulle
tin,, with, conducting a lottery through
their paper.' ' r " '
shall wot bdi eatitled: to.ani emnatioa
a to bia educational, qua liflcayoos. ' 1
KoctxMi .Siciivhei.eKaauuatioQ papers
of all applicants shall ba marked on:a
scale of 100 and the total percentage pf
tanding of each candidate shall he
ascertained in accordance with tha talde
fljuul- by..JUu3.,omroiMi.,, Jfo.ppli'
(suit's 1 name ehnll. be atoned, in the
register, of eligible, o wboaer s.tandig
shell average teas -iuea T" ,jrs Mat f
profluitvuy ja Ihoiaubjccta f examins-
tionaaka aa a whole.., t' ot t
beotioa,. 4.i.i 'Whenevca 1 twrxior more
iersoaa oipotig. foe, the saaiot poi
tuxs have, rlik twruflas,, Upi.. names
shall bn arrangoi oa itba eligible regis
ter in tho ardor in which their applica
tive were filed., i) erimiiitu'li.n t
i.sctioai5.,r. AU ' exMntasUoa 1 paper
shall be ithe pnapertjr, o.tlt oiniaissin
ud ahaU..be tlxid in baoiie of the
roaimuisioa. .Any "aiUcaaub, shall hare
the ingM oiioaj'tihis!ipvnJplrs at
anyt.itiiup.. within sixty days after sues
cxnwinstioax. ' j t',u,KtuKt.'b' : u I
i.geeUoa i5nf7Ehe-oiniss)Oii rmay at
suV'. time, witfiio. slayw attr n eg
awiaatiou ;corcct,i. jiay 1 . error nilu the
aiarJiiaii urtt usy paper, pBiipon en
suob exaauiuitioav but atbsiiaha-ioxpirs-
titXl pf, feh, a.iynj'liOucjMiaiir n he
made in the fi'VtJ, ffjaj'i applicant. ;
1 Becturn li l'be iujiuaaiaa hll, as
swoa as possibbt after vry exinina
tion, prepare and keep opea to puniK
ijisHJctioa tbe list a lersons wiw xnesr
iierrentages, who ha.va passed tha es
amrnutiou and who are eligible for up
point mcnt to tbe position or class af
positions for which the .examination
waa bold, togetner wua uuf sate en
which the applicatiou .was filed and the
date of examination.' s ' 1
Hoction 2. The commission may St
any time, when in its judgment the in
terests of the publie service so require,
bx)d an examination for eligible n ny
class or grade of tho classified service,
sod amy - consolidate, two or . more
eligible lists of the same kind, by re
arranging all tho cligttea named there-J
in according to tbeir standing i
Hection 3. when for any reason, t
commission shall hold an examinatios
for eligiblcs in any particular grade r
class, and there is an existing list
cligibies for such gratis or class, aiy
person on such existing list may take
sucb new examination, but by so doing
he shall thereby -become removed from
sucb existing list, and shall be, bound
by the results of such new examination.
, Hection 4. The name of . any- person
faking more than one examination for
position may staon avn
eligible lists as he shall nualify for un
dor the rules of the commissioaj bat
on tbe apjiointment of suck pereoa to
any position and bia acceptance inene
of, bis name shall be removed from al)
eligible lists. -: . - i - v i '. i '
Hoctioa 5. Orados and standings en
the eligible lists established by the es
aaiinatios bold by the. commission shall
remain the grades and - standings . pf
. I. . .. . I : .. n . - 9nm .A.lnJ f.t Alia vtar
IX Hection a, if at any trmo tbe f omnns
sion has reason to believe, that any per
son ution snv list of eligible has n
any manner become disquaUtted for the
position for which ha is listed- as iig
ible, it shall give to sue, erson notice
and an topjiortunity 'to be heard ia hit
awn behalf and if he shall fail to an
ear, eroa such hearing fail t satisfy
the commission that hi? is duly quali
fied, his name shall be removed from
auch eligible lint.
Hectien 7. It; shall ha the duty ' tf
cach'jiersoa who is planed .uppn . the
eligible list, to lilo with tbe rommission
written, notice of any change of ad
ilrss, which t iMitine ,hall state , the
name of the applicant, bis new address,
and his last address as filed with the
commission. :; '
Hoc t inn S. Wknn tha sirfi of mniilL
cants, whose samos appear on- eligible
lists exceed tnat provided lor la tne
rules applying -to sue posaioas,t auco
applicant are no longer eligible to ap
pointment and tbnir names : shall be
withdrawn from' sucu lists and the ap
plicants so notified. ;.
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Hevtia n The appointing officer of
tbe police department and of the ftie
department shall notify the commission
of any vacancy to be flUtid ia his de
partiueut.,1 The eoutinlaaiou shall there
upon oertifyi to auch eOiusr, not' to ex
reed ten, candidates graded highest iu
tbe respective lists as shown by tbe
results of the examination, said oflicer
shall thereupon appoint one of the ran
iliilntcs so certified. . . ,
(Continued on rage Six.)
DHS Sim dm ..us
. JWfflEl - ii nn mien
President ' in Discussinir 0
xnent Adair's, Aiiti Probi
' ' ' Is Not Settled. .
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VyAHHINGTON,, January 26. Presi
dent Wilson and .members of the for
eign relations committee pf the senate
held an important conference tonight
on the external affairs of tha govern
ment. - ; .. ( . , . , . :, - '
' Tha diacussioS covered nataereua sub
jects of pressing moment, including: .
The Mexican situation. , ,
The controversy with Japan. ' .. t
The revolution ra Haiti. ,
The conventiona with Knroie and
Japan, extending the arbitration treat
ies of J68. , . 1
The Panama Canal tolls dispute with
Great Hritain. '
- The treaty extending s financial pro
tectorate over Nicaragua. . .
. The peace treaties Mr. Bryan has
Signed with th smaller foreign nations.
v ' ' Mexico.
With Tcspect to Mexico the President
made i clear he ia decidedly optimist!
aa to the ' prospective result of his
policy-of "watchful waiting."
. President Wilson, described ' the r
porta he had- received from Hpecial
Commissioner Listl, told of his personal
conference with representatives af Gen
eral Huerta and the .Catholic party of
.Mexico at Pass Christian, and of tbe
subsequent negotiations thee men had
conducted with Mr. Lin
. Th ticgotiatioaa had come to aaugbt,
Ueneral liuerta continuing obstinate in
hia refusal to retire, but tbe Catholic
arty i no longer solidly hchiad him,
As this party ia the fhont powerful po
litical organization in Mexico, its weak
ening ia support of Huerta, It is said,
is. bound to force bis resignation.
Moreover,. the Isolation of Huerta. by
foreign power hs deprived tbo drcta
tor of oureea of revenues. This rom
pUed h'n to pass the interest on Mex
lean bond. , .. .
Ko Occupation. -'
president Wilson- emphatically ' de
clared he haa no intention of authoriz
ing the occupation f Mexico City by
American marines, nor docs h believe
such action will be necessary, when
Huerta s overthrow cornea. ' Through
their organization of guards, foreigner
will be abla fbenvperariiy to . protect
themselves but, if they should not, then
a sufficient force of marines will bo sent
to their relief. '. "
. . -.'.v.1 ''Japan,
That tha President realize (be under
current of seriousness in tho contro
versy with Japan was apiiarent. The
two government have reached a dead
lock Ln negotiation, th United Htaie
ppholUng ta legality of the Olifornia
Ldiad Ijbw, against which the sapau
have protested - No reply haa yet been
made to tbe .protest, aad the diiucuity
of doing ao lie ia the insistence af th
Japanese authorities that toe treaty in
force be resiwoted,
Tbe President hope to end tha dis
pute through: a new 'treaty, which will
apply tha - aayne. conventional reptne
Uoa to Americasa is Japan as to Japa.
nose in tbe united mates. The tlip'o
matic discussion i to proceed with the
dolicaie courtesy which tbe sensitive
feelung of the Japanesnipeople require.
The .wtuatio of the mmistry in
power p.t Tokio is exceedingly difficult,
a pert bacaua ec the poimlar deiaasd
that it .assert Jajieaeee iiulity. with
tbe Westem races and in part because
01 tbe pyai scaniisl.
It was . tb view of th rosidoat
that th .wise thing to do would, be
fur. the eenettf to ratify, tb conven
tion extendiug th treaty of arbitra
tioa with . Japan, which; Senator Hoot,
when secretary of state. . uogotiated
n 1908. This treaty haa been omiosed
oy faciue. senators, who feared if
wrro ai1roved t Japanese govern.
meat . wouia apl to it 1 zor arlxtsa
tion ia. (h California, laud question
ay loe' Hague tribunal, . ,
. PiMajR!). ';''
for the same reason Senator . v ho
hold that'. American coastwise sbippiug
passing through th Panama Canal
should pay lower rat . ' tha . foreign
yessejs, object to tbe rstiOcstioo ot
similar treaty wjth Great iiritain. . 1
The president' is 'disposed'' to favor
arbitration pie tolls nuestTon, , but
by a coranilsslon composed - of Amur
lean and British rep'resimtatives. Tb
Henator promised to see what they
could do about theso treaties with
various nations for the suspension of
preparations for war. pending as in
vestigation ef disputes Containing Dos
Sibilities of trouble. - Bom of tbe larg
er nation nave accepted- tbe America
iitoposah ia principle, .but no treaties
hsvs been signed with them sa Vet
' a pumper, or ;n smaller countries
have entered into treaties, which are
pending before tn senate. , The Pr-
i.icuv pujieu v'ife won 1 a pe raunoo
.-, .'', ..Nicaragua,
The Weeraguso treaty tbe Presidcn
is desiroua of having ratified in order
to legpiizo s, situation that ex at 1
th t eutral ' Amerwanl Bembiic. , It .
not geiarslly know that American m
nnea are, in occupation of the Nicsray
gunn mpital and have been there sine
tnt use saminiMration,
Secretary Bryan negotiated a treaty
witb , iNicaragu . which includes tbi
Matt ameudment, in iorce with respec
to Cuba; among its provisions. If tUi
treaty should, be ratified, it is declared
mat pac would obtain in the itopub
lie. -. The senate ia opposed, to Such 1
forward step in American control ever
outlying territory, tiut ju view of th
I'residaut jirguat reconimendatiou
ill consider the advisability of rati
iy:pg tiio treaty.,
.-. -v... ,,. :'..?:; ilsiu. ' . ..
-The nnvolutlou ia Haiti promises the
overthrow ef the government. . The
President feels that he cannot, under
tb doctrine, h. proclaimed, recogiiir.9
th aew govermnei.t. It haa been pro
posed to establish finsncial proted
to rate over-Haiti similar to Hhat in
force In the neighboring country' of
Oompsrative pescs' has prevailed' in
ovl il ULLUULU
. ' H 'i . 1
Mrs. a. C. Allen, Whose Life Waa
Given Over to tTnostenJatious
Charities, the Uplifting of Ha
waiian People and Cause of
Christianity, Dies on Sixty-fifth
Anniversary' of Birth.
(From Thursday Advertise)
Mrs. Bathtbeba M. Allen, widow of
th lat Samael C. Allen, died at her
Kaalawai homo last night at ten
'clock, after an illnnsa that hiut Vi '
more or less acute for . tha past two ,
weeks. The direct eaua of death waa .
cancer, to check th ravagoa of which
her physician had beoS striving desper
ately. v- ''.
Tbe news of Mrs. Allen's death will '
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generally, aa th fact other illness-bad V
not been given publicity in th prep .
lor rcsr mat ue euect 01 reading about
herself ln that connection misht have
a serious result. Up te yesterday morn-
ng she hod. read The Advertiser regu- -.
laidy and at Hue request of relative no
mention therein was aad of her ail'
meni. - . . '., '
Tostorday was th sixty-fifth anniver
sary of tha birth of Mrs. Allen, bhe
waa th daughter of James Kobinson of
Honolulu snd the sister of Msrk P. -
Upblnson, vice president of tb First
rational Bank: of Airs. Matilda f oster, .
Mrs. Alary ft. roster Mr, victoria
ward, Mrs. A. Jaeger and Airs. iMcy
McWayae, all of HouoluJu. .Bhe, bad no '
children, but adopted her . niece, Mis .
victoria-Kathleen Ward, who became
legally Miss Allen. .' ,
In 180.1 she becam tha bride of
Hsraool Clessos AHon, who earn to
Hawaii from Boston fifteen year be
fore and who waa one of th leading .
citizen pf the Territory until hi death .
on M. IX. l(Mi:t. Tha tin I It Af hia as.
tate, valued at tbe time at over two
II.1.IUU UUI..I . TT H w, v Ww -
This consisted of business interests in .
Hosolulu, of valuable eity and couatry .
property and of plantation -tatereeta-
itua, by the terms of tne will, became
part of the 8, C. Allen Trust.
Mrs. Allen, while she has. not wen
much in the publie eye so far aa pros '
pabiieity ia f onerrsed, beetl oh, of
the most useful citizen f. tbe. Terri
tory, her quiet charities having been
generous aud widespread. - Hb. waa a ,
inombor of tbe Kaahumagu Society and
leader among tho kamaama for tha
uplifting of tho Hawaiian peopld, the
nuvaili'Vioeuh vl luiiriiiiiiiit uu
nread of morality. Her liolnlns hand V
was ever. open to Icgitunato requests
for aid. and ber charity wua broad, in-
donominatipidil and without knowledge
of rae or eolor. - -
Though arrangeineat cad not been
definitely decided upon up to rs laf
hour lust night, it is believed that the . ;
runerai win 110 . neiu lomurrww vi
noon. The services ar to fie eonauctea'
from th town home of Mr. Alien on
Alakea street. . ..
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GOES AFTER EAILROAD ,
- . . , DESPITE PROTEST -
HAT.V 1.AKK PITT Tltan' FobruarV
11. (By ' AociateJ Press ; Cable)
Though the chambers of commerce of
San Francisco,' Bacramento and, other
citica have -protested against . auch ac
tios, the. United Htatea district attor
pry for tho district today filed suit for
the dissolution of tbe Houthern J'Scific
snd Central Pacific systems. Th auit
ia filed under the bherman law.,, The
i hambors of commerce have p'roUated
that injury would be done intermous
tin busiucsa by the attack ' un the
railroads. . "'-'Li ,' ' ' '
: SENTENCED TO DEATH.
; NEW VOBK, February Jl. (By A-.
ociated Press Cable) Han 8chmblt,
bogus priest and slayer of Anna Au
muller, whose dimcmbered body i he
. k iia .lvr was (futflv i aen-
tenced to ilia in March. He will b
electrocuted. Si hmUlt steadfastly, re
fuse to let his eoonsel tak ay step
toward rooptniug hi rase, though, in
tho first trial the jury disagreed, y
, , 1. 1 m '. p. '
(LONDpN, February U.7(By'Asao
ciafod Presa Cble) Tho old bui still
inQsmmatory Jasuo.iof homo . rule . for
Ireland puce mors opened ' in ' Parlia
ment today.'. ' ,-); .', n- !..:':'"
' John Iiedmoud oened -the flgbt for
home rule snd Sir ' Edwsrd Carson,
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coinpromian, that home rule hi Ireland
mean civil war with Ulster leading tb
, fight. Kedinond's speech declared that
11 uiHier is exciuuon irum mo irovis- .
ions, the hpme rule question will never
be solve.), and that the Irish question
Will still remain to trouble the. United
the latter stat during U igbt year
it h 'been under Americas tutelage.
Tha administration is disponed to apply .
the li'jmiuican doctrin to Haiti, and
while some of tho Democratic senators
do not favor it, the senate unquestioo-
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' Tbe committee dined (with- the Presl
rleut Snd for two hour following dis
cussed tho various questions he brought
up, ' The result of the conference was
to giv th senator a better under
standing of recent developments. . It I
nu 1.1 im-rr th 11 iiu 110 niiiiiie iiiseuHsion
, of Mexico or Jn.iian i 11 eoilHPllll.lllCA nf
the interview. .
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