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:$ lv as ENING BUITIN From San Franoleoal llyudc Kcbrttnry ti Far Sun Franclecol llnnulutiiii l'Vtiruiiry T From Vancouver, Mnrnma Kcbrunry 28 For Vaneouvari Mnkiitn I'ebrtinry 27 AS ADVERTISING IS TO EVERY OTHER BUSINE8S, SO IT WILL DE TO VOURRIP VOIJ UBC THE DUL' l? LETIN A3 A MEDIUM OF PUD- ' I? LICITY. 3:30 EDITION As An Advertising Medijgh Is Worth While Trying ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5154. 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7. 1912. 12 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS. Ev CHARGE McCarthy was dishonest and BOUGHT BOARD WANTS FACTS EXPERT, STARTING CITY PROBEJOT AFTER SCALPS FOR MORElTAFT K BOOMED romc to start n cnninalun cltv depends imon tlio amount nmll I I I I " " tkaw taaa aF a eaaaaltsaeT "I have not come to Mart n enmpalgn cltv depends upon tlio ntnomit ntnl of slashing bends off III lilt1 city's otll-icharncter of the work It gets out of clal roster, lull to elcvlse methods ntnl Its e'lnptoycx. It rests upon the- tlmth ways and means to getting the great est elliclcncy for !IoiioIii!u'h municipal organization" elnl system, nml It Ih to put this on u hurlncssllko basis, to cut out waste, to prevent iluplU'atlon nml unnecessary TIiIh Id the policy III n nutshell that labor that I tun eugnge-d. II. flooding Klchl. the iiiiinlclp.il Ilium- .,. , , ... ,.. t'lal expert engaged hy thu llonoliilul Sensational statements inmle beforo the bourd of harbor commissioners thin tiftcriinou hy Commissioner ChnrlcH J. McCarthy exploded u bomb that may mean u prohe of the entire llllo wharf contrnct matter that has been iinilur consideration several mouth. McCarthy dfclured before the board that In u telephone cotivcrsu tlon lust iiIkIiI. U. O. Muthcson, edi tor of o Advertiser, hud Raid to 10. I'. Irwin, u local newBimper man that MtCnrthy wan dishonest, mid that he bad been "bought" In connection with the llllo wharf matter. McCarthy bus been one of tlio foremost In the IlKbt to keep tho public's rights snreguurd- ed. McCarthy asked for nn Invostlga t Ion and n resolution wus passed by the board callliiK upon the attorney general to go to the bottom of the charges. The board, on motion of . Commissioner McStocker, passed u ote of colilldencu In McCarthy. "Dining tlio course of a conversa tion between Mr. K. I". Irwin nml Mr. Mntheson, editor of tho Advertiser, last night, my name was mentioned. Mr. Mathesoii Informed Mr. Irwin that lily mime wag In bad favor In the Ad vertiser olllco ntnl be further stated that 1 wns dishonest. Mr. Irwin asked him what he meant by this ami then Mr. Mathesoii staled that I bad been bought In connection with the llllo wharf matter. "If this weio truo It would also In elude Messrs. Hermit and Wnketlcld Unfortunately, there docs not seem ti be any course, of action oon aKnlnst Mr, Mntheson, hut I think that this boaril should take the mnlter up and hnve It teferted to the Attorney (leu oral for a full Investigation." Chairman Campbell and Commis sioner McStocker both expiessed them reives of tho opinion that Colonel Mc Caithy was a man who wus absolute ly straight. "I am sine that he Is u fair-minded man," said McStocker, "and that we us a hoard will do what wo can t6 clear Ills name." Commissioner Wakellehl then said "I think that It Is about tliuo thai piich bcurrllous and llbollous state ments of men doing piddle services uliould bo stopped. "It Is a dlsgrncc tbat the editor ot the leudltig morning paper should de scend to such statements and esxi c hilly of this kind, I hoic that he run be brought, to hook. It Is also a pity that wo cannot carry out out work without being hampered and hindered because of tho Interests of tho owner of tho paper. "It Is oiio of the most abominable outrages that has been perpcttntcd In this community," Colonel McCarthy then explained that us soon (ih he heard of It he ranit Mntheson up nml asUecl lihn If It were true. lie said Unit Muthcson would not say anything ono way or the other. McCarthy then naked that Matlu-smi's statement be published mid stated that lie offered to pay the nut. This was t?f used, WnkclU'ld: "ThOhO are the Adver tiser's methods," When It was suggested to McCarthy that he let the mutter drop us being the best way out of It, he stilted tbat he did no know bow far the matter bad gone mid that Mathesoii might have made these statements to others be sides Irvvln. McStocker: "Well, other people will not believe It, will they?" McCarthy: "Those who know ino will not, but there are plenty of people who don't know mo and they might" Hermit: "I think that the best way out of It Is to keep quiet. The only vtuy you can get u newspaper Is by a libel suit." McStocker: "They like tbat It Is until the work each department Is now doing Is plain, the next thing to do Is to apply the result of this preliminary I Inve-stlKiitloii to the existing systems, ito sec what short-cuts can be made. What waste avoided ami io forth "It will very likely be found, as It Is found everywhere, that even wtiere Chamber of Commerce, auiiounced to day III Inaugurating the Investigation of Honolulu us n city that Is hoped to effect many thousands of dollars of saving to the taxpayers. Mr. Held hopes It will do more than merely save money. He hopes he call point out or ganization schemes that will develop the city ottlclal mid their employes nleug there seems to be mi excess of cut hitherto untrodden paths of elllcleiicy. ployes, these are needed to build up .Mr. Kleld nrrlveil today from Maul, ell.elency where he has made his homo since, "The Html step Is that of rcentn coming to the Islands u few weeks ago, minding changes In the present sys mid at once engaged mid opened an of-1 1 to. t)f toiirse, my poweis art lint lice on the sixth Hour of the Staugen- lied to recommendations, mid right vvald building, lie Intends to lie "on )) ho, the Job" evuy minute of the time, mid. ..0,i,crnllv i,ukliiir. It will probably starlet in within an hour utter lie reHllU i,, ,,ruVlh1K up u financial scheme entile. I,,, .,,,,., i.Kimtnl tilth Hint litlimted liv the At. the outset ho makes It plain thatbu,.nlu ,lf tho .,, smc. uo mid lin.il i kwi un xc um lor c tin- ,,,,, ,,,,. mpte,l ,y cities all over oyes. He does not believe III start-,,,, Clllllllr,. . ,. Hilenni.l. workable lug In by recoinmemllug wholesale dls-1 ()i "At tlie outset. It should be snld that CHAUFFEUR GETS TIME II! MAKE HIS PLEA charges or anything of that kind. IIOV believes III taking what Is already built up and developing It further; In other words, of making practically the same organization do vastly more work. Ills tlrst move Is to cnll oil the mayor and the supervisors nml outline In u general way what he hopes to do, mid then to begin nt once a general exam ination of the city's organization. "I shall begin with one particular Honolulu bus peculiar conditions which must be leeounlzed, but, lit general, Its systems may be nnalyzed ami com naren with that of cities of similar site on the mainland. "I have so far nut only the heartiest of cooperation, mid cxpct to meet this all tho way through." .Mr. Klelil expects that the work will J K. Johniion, the thatiuVur whose alleged reckless tlrlviiig was responsi ble for tho frightful automobile acci dent on King street last Saturday night. was today grunti-n a continuance of trial in police court mid Is now out on (500 ball. Attorney l.lghtfoot will represent thu chauffeur, ne'cording to report tills morning, nlthough Jediusoii personally nskesl for the ceintluuatice Manuel Souzn and his six -year edd sou Johnny, two of the victims of the accident, are reporte-d to be re-coverlne In the Queen's Hospital KUHiO ISIDFL EGATION FOR CITIZENS ( AHSOchltre! Iress Cubtet.V SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., FEB. 7. DELEGATE KALANIANAOLE TO DAY SAILED FROM SAN FRAN CISCO FOR HAWAII TO TAKE UP THE FIGHT AGAINST GOVERNOR FREAR. IN AN INTERVIEW HE DECLARES THAT THE ASIATIC POPULATION OF THE ISLANDS IS A SERIOUS IPROBLEM, AND THAT HE BE LIEVES IN ENCOURAGING AMERI CAN IMMIGRATION INTO THE TERRITORY. HE SAYS THAT HE HAS NO CANDIDATE IN VIEW IN CASE GOVERNOR FRCAR IS NOT REAPPOINTED. MUST WEAR I "Ilcpeilvcd, That It is tho sense of this meeting that the delegates sent by tlio Itepiibllcau party of Hawaii to host interests eif the Territory are to he served by commencing at the start mid working to the finish for I'reul elent Tuft. It was stated that Ills experience) the'l'reHlileuilal convention to bo beldl licfote as'iimlng the I'ri'sldency, as It I f it,i ,,,,,, t v tli.u', ti.,u to i.ln tilt,, h n. I t ,.., ,.,.( , ...,.,,... ...... n...... .,, a,,,, iiiniiv ,,,,,, n In Chicago, June 1Mb, 1'JlL'. bo In sttucted to support, work and vole for ceedlugly anxious, probably us much so as any man In tho country, to so cine adeem, lie nrotectloii to tlio ltitor- Willlntn II. Tail, as the candidate o('t.B f iho United Stales In Hih Pa cific, nml iiartlciilutly In make these thing and gruduully widen the se-eipe eif take between two and tbre'e months, the Investigation until It Includes all Mrs, Kleld lias tome with liliu from lepartments and their Inter-relation." Maul and they will make their home he said this morning, In outlining Ills here llotli are delighted with tlio Is plans "I'rliiinrils, the eltlclenry of tho lauds. PRUNING KNIFE MAY CUT DEEP INTO MUNICIPAL JOY. RIDES Is the municipal pruning knife ti bo whetted mid effectively used In ellnti nullng F.omo of thu tentacles which are said to havn fastened themselves to thu city mid county ship of stale and aro slowly dragging that gallant craft down Into a lluancial sea of d'sHiud? Chairman Kbeu Low Is ono man on saying does tho city and county no set vlro whatsoever. Murray represents Hie Sclmman Carriage Company on tho hoard. It Is stated that ono or muro of tho mil- clothing except when leuvlng or ulclpal Joy, wiigons are In tho repair shop tho greater part of tlio time. The members of tho road commlttco Tho long-expected "novv-liiilforni or der" has nrrlveil, and tlietp Is conster nation among local army oltlccrs in consequence. Its only tlio tlrst Instal ment nf consternation, at' that, for It will take several days nf hard study to master the Intricacies of tlio llfly llve closely printed pages, including tho "table of occasions" and ilouble alphabetical Imh'X, Ono provision of tlio order, or rath er compilation of orders, definitely touches the oltlccrs now stationed In Hawaii, It absolutely prohibits the wearing of civilian clonics, cither on or off duty, except when arriving In or leaving the country. This lilts hard several olllcers on detailed duty who have been In Iho habit of wearing "cits" most of tlio time. Tho section retort eel to retiiW as follows: "Olllcers stationed In tho Philip pines, the Hawaiian Islands, Alaska the Panama Canal Zone and I'ortu III- en nro not authorized to wear civilian te- E GUNS. IS KAISER'S IDEA i AnsocMtnl I'n-M OnMO BERLIN. Cer F.b. 7. Tho Kaiser today opened the thirteenth Reichstag, with the Socialist members absent. He read a speech urging the strengthening of the army and navy. The opening of the Reichstag was the occasion of a brilliant pageant. WOMAN PHYSICIAN GETS SENTENCE-FOR HER WORK (Siwl.il tin I let III Cllil" V SEATTLE, Wain., Fob. 7. Dr. Linda Durfield Hazzard, the woman phytlclan charged with having atarvod to death Claire Williamion, an English girl, at the Hazzard fait-cure retort near Port Orchard, wai today given an Indeter minate tentence of from two to twenty yean. Iho pteseut botud who seldom lets an claim that they tuu supposed to have Item lass without giving it careful the Kern machine at their beck and scrutiny. Uivv bus oft been termed cnll ut any ami all times. That they tho "watchdog of tlio niimlclpal tie'as-! full to connect Is iHisltlvely assorted ury". land In such Instances Iho committee- Minor J. J. Kern Is now on tho mix- men in making their rounds nf Inspect ions scat over a mooted proposition to Hon have to full back on tho city un do away with the majoially iiulo, gltieer, or tulio a private ilg. Included In a sheaf of bills pioscnt-) Tho mayiniilty coach Is estimated eel to tho city fur puymout Is ono nc- us costing tlio city and county for count from tho .Sehuman Catrlnge Co. maintenance alone over two thousand calling for Iho sum of $218.78 In Do- dollars ti year, taking this estimate cembor mid $74.15 In January. Theso Hums represent either woik or material put Into Mayor Kern's m:i lIiIiic, which one member of Iho board at least has gone on public re-coiel oh from Jbe hills which now Inundate the City Clerk's olllco. The board has also been confronted with an uutu bill of tV.'M brought In (Continued on Page 6) good advertising for them." -J. f n .(.! .J. s Wiikeltelil: "I don't iiilud abuse, but "' libelous lhtatemeuts llko thesu nro dis gusting. The only way you can get ut tin-in is to cut away their business. If I had any with them I would do It." till 1'ollltz rocelved a ruble- gram this morning announcing that ruw sugar Bold today In 4 Novv York at I.IUc, This advance In lirlco ut a tltuo when tho McSlocke-r: "I nm thankful lam not Cubuii sugur grinding and mar- running for olllce." ketlng season is ut Its height Is a fair lmlec of thu probable high McCarthy: "1 really think that Is prig (i,a j,t,ur, a. what Is ut the bottom of the vvhdii. matter." turning to such countries, unless es pecially exempted by tho Secretary of War. Olllcers with troops on other foreign service will lie governed by tho sumo rule " Tho application of tho now tinlfoint regulations In Hawaii is entirely do iideiit on whether or not this Is classed as a tioplc.il station, for intiny of thu uniform tegulatlons do not ap ply to the ttoplcs. Havvul Idoes not (Continued on Page 4) ITALIAN GIRL I'eter Merra, an Italian who lives on Alowa Heights, created a sensation lust night hy dashing hutf-clud Into thu house of u neighbor, utitl demand REMEMBER DICKENS (Hp.clal It u I let I n Cable.) LONDON, Eng, Feb. 7. Tho Dick ens centenary wai celebrated here to day with memorial services. the Itepuhllrau parly for President.' This was tin tesoliition unanimous ly passed hy a meeting of prominent men held vestcrduy iiriciumm nt i o'clock In Kepubllcnti headquarters. .I mid building. At I o'clock, ut tho call of Alfred II CooH-r, the follnwlut; men met for the iuiHse of considering tin pros, out political situation 111 the Terri tory, with especial reference to the nppioachlng Presidential convention In be held lit Chicago on .lime Ititti, VJ12: II J. Atild. C (I. ilarllett. T. M. Church, C. II. Cexike. .1. I'. Cewke-, A I fred I). CeKiiwr, S. C. Dwlglit, John Fleming, C, II. 1 lemon way, Sheriff Win. Henry, Kben 1'. Low, A. Marcal lino. T II. l'ttrle. Attliur (1. Smith, Wm Thompson, II. von Datum, .las. Wakefield, J. H. Wulker. Albert Wa tei house, John Walerhoitse. John Wise, Kred. C. Smith, Various phases of tho situation weio debated, chief of which was tho epii-stlon whether the Itcpuhllcuu del egation to tho National convention should go utiliistiucted or Instructed; and If Instructed, In favor of whom. The prosisnl that Hawaii's delega tion should go instructed to work nml vote for tlio renomlnutlon of Presi dent Tuft wns almost Immediately ad vanced and it thorough discussion of the matter btought out no good lea sous why any other com so should be pursued. On tho contrary mint) gioiiuds were advanced us to why tlio convention ' MORSE BETTER ALREADY (Kixrl.il Ilullet In Cable.) ATLANTA. Ga., Fob. 7. Banker C. W. Morse, whoso sentence for violating the Federal laws was commuted by Pres Yo cover his health. He is going abroad. BERGER IS PERSISTENT (Rluvl.ll II U I let I 11 Cable.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 7. Vic toor Derger, Socialist member of Con- Islands us strong a naval base as U IHisstble. It was brought out thai Ills experi ence in the I'aclllc purse -sioiis before assuming the Kieisldeiicy have) given him an unusual familiarity with gen eisil local esindlllous and needs. These Islands aro vllally Interested In tils wish to se-o to it (hut any changes In the tat Iff aro made only after thor ough Investigation by ;m expert board Instead of being Initiated anil carried lliiougli by tbn memle'ni of emigres') in tlie first Instance. The obvious re sult or his plan would' bi to secure not on I) Intelligent chuugea in thu lurlrt on sugur. If any are made, hut to secure a s-riuanency depending less lliuii It does now nwiu tlie politi cal membership of Congress. During President Tnft'tt administra tion approximately Jll.uiK) DUO of Kodi oral money lias been appropriated fit expendltitte- In Hawaii Chairman Alfred D. C(is-r, In com menting on ve-stereluy's meeting, said, "Tlio actual decision in this matter, of course, rests with all (lie memberu of the llcpuhlle'uu party and will b,t voted on at the pilinailos when the delegates to tho Territorial conven tion are elected. Tlio meeting mere ly signifies that thu Individuals pres ent believe that tho com so outlined above Is for the host Interests of the Territory, hence the llepubllcan pat ty, and tliut lliey will work and vote to si cure these re-suits In the coming HARBOR CHANNEL TO BE MADE TWO FEET DEEPER THAN BEFORE Honolulu harbor's entrance channel! puny here, said this morning that he ...d.nlT.I deoartedtodav for Vw '' "' '" ''' '' '"" 'l'l"T that, Mail, to dredge to n depth of thirty esldent Tatt, departed today lor new. soi.-n feet tliroio-bout Ihun i-olni: rk. It is believed tbat he will re- ever before, mid when dredging 0er- H,m"' '" ' """b""" . 'mm coliih rs. ii is ""'o inai no wm r" 1 ' ' " I i!eeHT than the channel lias ever been tic resulting fioiu Iho opening of tho Panama Canal. Last nlglil, shortly licforo 10 o'rlocl; qress, today urged an Investigation of , standard American Dredging Com-' expected, Tho material elieilge.t up Is the Lawrence, Mass., strike- H. . HENDRICK, Ltd., Merchant and Alakea Streets MULTIGRAPHS and SAFES STEEL HEARING ON WASHINGTON, D. C Fob. 7. The finance committee today began its hear ings on tho stool tariff bill, HERRICK TO FRANCE WASHINGTON, O. C Feb. 7 Inir tho return of his duugltior. whom. President Taft today sent to tho Sen- ho uIIvkviI. wus being kept in hiding.! h nomination of ex.Gov. Myron When thu excitable l.utln had been TO GREET JAPANESE AMBASSADOR T. Hernek of France. Ohio as ambassador to NEBRASKA GOVERNOR DECLARES FOR TEDDY calmed down by the assurances of thu Indies of thu house that his daughter was not theie, he explained that Jtu feuied un elopement, uiid thought tho girl had taken refuge near homo until sue couiu eiiiue i.e. iuci i.. LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 7.-Governor sopiilii fietru. mo missing g.n, nan Aldrich iodty m.d, a .t.t.ment urging on iviuiui-u up .u .... m.e.m-,.., uuu Roovu (or pridenL i.e. mine. i.io.nH ..mi nuu o..s huiiu from homo with u mun who bus been pa) lug her inaiked utlemlou lately. The girl Is only Hi and her suitor is about SO years of age. If she does not i ot tn ii tonight the aid of tlio police will be asked In locating her. at tons in ino euirauco now l,taniie-ii-l.nt,l tiro complete, there will bo annthcr ..p fr tt(, ililu, hiluck only ujuiil factor added to tho preparations of nml loose coral, no bird Btutf," said Honolulu to handle Iho big ocean traf-lCupt. Johnson this inmiilui;. It will take from twenty to thlity days to do tlio work, according to present pieispicts, and little I rouble Is . liany's great turbine dredge started n,iW being pumped out at Kort Artn vvork on tlio company's delayed con- strong, anil tlie dtedge Is working on itinct for cleanlii:; out tho channel, Un- the Kurt Armstrong side of tlio chan dler this contract tlio dredging must not, so that there Is no stopping nf bo done to u depth or tblity-llvo feet, shipping. When tho either Bide of tuu but tho company will get paid for two cliutinel Is to bo cleaned out. the sand feet or ovoi depth, and Capt IX B will be pumped thl'ousb the (ilpo lino 'Johnson, superintendent of the coin-out on the other side of tint harbor With tlio arrival tomorrow morning sudur off port, as soon as tho Shlnyo of tlio Japanese liner Shlnyo Main comes to her anchorage, from Yokohama. Japan, will come Vis-, Chimin's last post of Importance was count S. Chimin, who Is pioceedlug to In llerllu, (lermanv, where ho retire his post In Washington as Japanese seitted Japan's Interests there as Am Ambassador, taking the place of Vis- Ictssudor. Previous to that time, ho count llchlda, now Jupaueso Minister whs Consul In S.tu Kruncisco, Shanx of Korelgit Affairs. ! lint and oilier sc.iSrts. In 1'JOO ha Tlio Viscount is nit accomplished was Japanese MlMslcr to ltusnia, numiTP i oat -.,... diplomat, having held many isisIUoiih and, returning to Japan, was appointed BANDITS LOOT TRAIN or responsibility In tho inH.-rlal sen-, Vice Minister or Korelgn Affairs from HULDURT, Ark, Feb. 7. Five ban- Ice. While hem ho will do the guest l'JUl until JSUS. dits early this morning looted the mall of Consul (loneral lljeuo, who. Ill till' Consul (lolierul Uyeno today reeclv- and express of the Rock Island train, likelihood will send out some of Ills ed a wireless from tho how Atubas&a- Tbe amount taken is unknown. secretaries to gieet Iho new Ambi-dur. ' . 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