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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ROOSEVELT BOOM GROWING
SHAKEUP COMING IN HEALTH OFFICE
Few To Win
Monllin of work by tho Territorial
nnlliorlliOH, following literally veins
of consideration anil discussion, lias
finally lirinip,ht foitli n stalomcnl of
thnso Piinchhiml msIiIciiih who have
elear lilies to ptofoienro iIkIiIh lion
llio Knplulanl Kstntc'x lease hi ended.
The ii'iiiiiH worn made public for tho
Hint f line at a ineetliiK of llio Amvnlo
Hiiiii I in " v' in t'li t (Mali Snlurilnj
tilulit, wlieli r.nino llireo hundred peo
ple wore In attendance, l'or wimo
unknown reason tbn committee rop
iifieiitliiK llio oluh ieiiiosleil llio At
torney (leiioial, who linx boon work
III); on the IIhI, not to tuako ll public
TIiIm iuoi-iiIiir llio Attorney (icnerul
htaleil that the matter was ii irlvalu
one belwien himself ami the oluh ami
that he wouhl havo to obtain poiinbs
iilou from the secretary before the lint
(onlil bo niailo public. '1'liln "porinlx-
fIoii" was evlilonlly Kranleil. for the
lli.t as available lalcr In the ilay.
At llio nicotine; of the oluh Salur
lay iiIrIi) It wsih decided UijvLlho Unnl
CiininilKHliitmr bo asked til tirmiiKO
(Continued on Page 3)
NOT YET CERTAIN
Negroe s GOV. JOHNSON IS
Whether tin Kniilo unit I "rear fa''
tlnns in the ! C i ' I ul 1 It-.i 11 : 1 1 1 will
h a hai'iiioiilniiM uKrccincut Is a
itlor of iliiiibt iik late as IIiIb nfle--hi.
ill spile of a Sllcoe-slon of liill
Itr.ncex and ciuifuhx that bewail I ut
woik, lasted over Hun. lay unit omi
llui.il II, is mninliu:
('hurley lit umi'
mil yesterday nml IIiIh munilm: wiih
one of tlii- pi eminent lluurox In the
numerous hlieet-ini nor tulkfosts Hint
Withered anil dis-olveil. Willi lllsoolll-
lii't tin 10 In the story that he may he
a ciiiupminlso cMiullilato fur nallniril
eiiniinltteeiniiti, nml thl'i wax mi" of the
main tuples illsoin-od thl'i nuuiiliis
Curl H C.irlxjnitli of llllo, A I).
o.op.r. the Teirllor'al ehalrnian of the
Iteplililleall central eiilllliiltlce, former
Alloi'ii (iciicrul c It llomouwuy and
others ueto Involved ill various 4011
feronios behind elosed tlnnr-. and if
thole mum any ill pinuress niado In
ward xelllliiit upon a "harmony pro-
mum" It wax nut niailo public line
down from K'a- of the leadliiK Kulilo nun at I u lod.iv
xlatoil that he hopes there will bo
m.iiiiIIiIiic deilnlti' lo, tiiuiiinii iiiiiru
Iiik .Meanuhllo. IIh- Tuft lonioio. uhleh
:i looked upon at the time of Itx
rornuiUoii u an i nt I Kulilo or;aiil.a
I lam. will hold another uioilliii; thix nf
teiiiiHiii at :i i.'iloek Huiurxlxiir I!. 1'
(Continued on Page 4)
SHEL3YVILLE. Tenn., Teb. 19.
Tlirco negroes were shot And kilted to
day in the courtroom hero by an arm
ed mob. Tho negroes wtre charged
with killing a railroad detective.
MALA UNITES IN BIG
FIGHT AGAINST FLY PEST
I). S. JUSTICE
(Axxoelatid I'n-x l'.il.li. 1
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 19.
President Taft today sent to the Senate
the nomination of Mahlon Pitney,
chancullor of Now Jersey, for the Su
preme Court vacancy.
The- Midden niiiulii illon nf l'ltney
wii eiitlrelj iiuep.'cle.. l'ltney Ix a
will known Jurlxl mid firmer member
FOR THE COLONEL
SAYS TEDDY IS
(AKincliltM I'rrxx Cable.
NEW YORK, N. Y.. Feb. 19. Gov
ernor Hiram W. Jolin.on ot bantornia
today came out for Colonel Rootevelt
for president. In a statement made
public, bo declares strongly for the for
mer president. He boosts La Follette,
but says that Roosevelt is the only
man who can win.
LA FOLLETTE LOSING
STRENGTH TO TEDDY
(Ahxih'I.HfiI 1'rexx Cable.)
FRESNO, Cal, Feb, 19. Chester
Rowell today declared that the sup
porters of La Follette In California
have swung to Roosevelt.
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to hao all
wax broil out
of a China oraiiRo, hut Khrhoin went
; to llio tree from which tills o.iino ami
I foiind that llioio '.ax only one nr.umo
That mullet may not he pel ilduiiui'.
the rloM-il xeason. an preHcrlbod h
Act ll or the Sexslon l.awx of l'.MI
and fin titer that the Halo of mullet
taken front prlva'e poudx may bo pro
hibited, hi Hie opinion of the Supremo
Court an evidenced. Ill u decision wt it
ten by Chief .llMleo ItnhcrlKOii all. I
haiulel down litis tunriilUK. The elm
ed iieatiui nx net down by the last l.eK
iKlature Ih fiotn December 1 In
This settles a very voxed iiiestloii
nml will mean that no more mullet
can be Fold until aflev March 1. The
matter was taken up to the Supreme
Coin I rum i the Dlsttlct Coint In oriler
to ohialu a ruliiiK, as Hie net of tho
lat-t Legislature wax thouitht lo no
lather amhlKilous as lo sellltiK tho llxh
fiom private ponds.
'I lie i'aipionin. (,'oiiit III lis syllabus
"Tho preservation of fish is within
Hie proper ihimnlu of Hie police pow
er. The l.cKlslattno may provide bj
r.tatuto for a elosed season for the
piotclloit of anmauia (miillot) nnl-
v 1 1 1 1 k I ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K Hie declaration coutiilii
ed In Bectlon Ha of the OiKaulc. Act.
"Tho prohibition against, selllnt;
ntmiaiiin dm Iiik tho cloxed scaKoit eon
tallied In Act 1 10, l.aws of 11UI. will
itplily In fish taken from n prlvale
paml unless It Ib made to appear Hint
there Is no pasna.'wway conuoctliiK
inch pond with the sea, or oilier w.i
tors. Ihroimh which nuinnniu -inav
pass. The xale of nmaiima taken
from pilvalely owned ponds dm Iiik
' the eloxeil seaRiin may lie prohlhlled
If such prohibition Is found to he nee
ecsary 111 the endeavor to protect the
iiuumiua of the sea watern of the Tor-
"The Invalidity of a portion of
nlatuto will tint defeat llio whole net
If the objectionable part Is Kepirnble,
complete ami capable of enf ircetnenl "
That Hie people of Kohala, Hawaii.' matter. It was decided
tie utnnlmous In their determination those cut out. One y
to 11 Kill amlnst the Me lllerraiiein
fruit My anil that they aie propai.M to
ubsciihe en.iimh miuiey ror the up- ,.f, , ll(1 l:l WilK (-l:ui.
IHilntment or an Inspeclor Ix Hie to- lie went a mom: the people first of
pint luoimlil back by KiilninoliiKlst all and then they called n pnblle
Khihorn of Hie llep.irlment of Aki'I-j ineelliiK at, which the whole matter
culture ami I'.uestiy. who letuilie.lj wax threshed out. II wasdecldedth.lt
Sat ll til;i from u lour or Inspection.! omiuuh moiiev he raised to pay Tor an
lie also states ihat llio ravages or the; Inspector. They are tlioroiiKhly ill
11 y are coullind to a suleh of about earnoxi about the Unlit, slatea Idir
Imliorii. ami are takltiK tlui Kreatest In
tel esl In it.
Mr. (Ilff.ml. who has been to Kon.i
an, I llllo, leturns tomoitow, when
'J.'o acres and that there should
iiiuie chance of holdli't: It down.
The main luiht for the llv Is the eof-
Ice bean, which Hie Kohala people d
not trouble ,i harvest, and ul a pub-;plius wJJI bo made fir the campniKU
He lueelliiK. hold in dWcitss the whole throu-h the lilt; Ulniul.
HURT IN FALL
Six-H.il H it I 1 1 1 1 n CaMi' )
AUGUSTA, Qa., Feb. 19. Lieutenant
Kennedy of tho army aviation school
was seriously injured today tn a fall
of 100 feet from an aeroplano in which
he was maneuvering.
PEARL HARBOR ENGINEERS HAVE
M PROBLEM IN DRYDOCK WORK
biilhltiiK of tin I', all lluilior lone
to ilati Ii.ih been a Hlieei-.xiiin "" '"
ellKillei'lin:! piolilemx lo llleit
on ibo Job When lli
ts huw boon oh ailed out, a rlclu r
loiicrele will be laid by the Treinle
sits mid It Ix believed that the rexult-
end mil nml Jut lit present the 11t ., 1(1)W, .lwlll,y wt,.rth;bt.
eiiulliicliirx are ciikukhI on one of (lie I a (,,), koviiiiI uumllix to pour the
to luboHt of all the HloppaBo of lo.ikx oimerelo fur the liettiiin of Section 1,
in Hie eonipleliil llrst soetlou
il flu it.
'.In C.iblo )
Ilk, Feb. 19 A special
Federal prand jury has been empanel
ed to inquire into the report that the
bin beef packors now arraigned for
faulty conspiracy in restraint of trade havo
influenced witnesses in the case.
To plu "oil the prcMiit plumiluK Ibo leaks will
the bottom wllh pllluK. 'mill then lay
l thick III, it' of iiilli'lvle under fill feet
of water, has I., on the work of months
Now II Ih IH I'CKWII ) to lake out some
'i.' these concrete "poeki Ix" and sub
stitute a tidier mktuio, as wal.-r
Hi'cms to ho loukillK llll'ouull tho sheet
lillliiK. fiillowliiit iiIoiik the tlinheix. all. I
Ml. r 1 1 1 k Hie eomph'tiil section, and to
take out it pait of this iimler-unler
t erele ix In lixell' ll illlllclllt Job.
To chip away the hard snrl'aeo an
enormous chlxcl, lllled with llireo sb.up
leelh iiud nltaehed In it handle nearly
ill fei I Ions. Ix belllK ilxeil. The chisel
Ix weliihted near the head with lailroad
Iron, and this ponderous Instrument Ix
raised about I'll foil fiom lb" sinfaeo
to bo cut away, and then diopped The
iualoll.il Is then pumped out or xi lit
up In buckets, while broken section.
Hint are too larue to handle this way
are hauled lo tho surface with a Hue,
1)1' course, the woik has In be xupir
Irtemleil below ax well ax above, mill
tin rmi" of illvei". is wiukluK over-
H. E. HENDR'ICK Ltd.,
Merchant and Alakca Streets
Iron Settees, Vases, Iron Fences, and Gates
prithuhlv take it mouth inon. ultnuclhcr
As one ol the navy eiiKlneers eNpiexxcd
the nit nut Ion. "It's n Job that there's
no uso riiHliliiK, for Hie results of proposed
fault) tioikiuaiiHhip or a
KNOX WILL MAKE TRIP
IN SPITE OF PROTEST
(Krhll 11 ll I let III Cable.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 19. The
fact that officials of1 the Republic of
Colombia, South America, object to the
olnii of Secretary of State
PRINCESS SECTION OF 1912
FLORAL PARADE IS NOW COMPLETE
It will be ii brilliant array of Island hue. Maria Keawl, Sara Sana
Out of eighteen candidates for posi
tions In the city aiiil comity health of
llce as Inspectors only two managed,
to pass the teiiiired standard lit the
culmination held Thursday last by tho
Hoard of Health. 'I hie still leaves
three positions vacant and means that
nothor examination will have to be
held probably on Match I'd,
('. McDonald wax the first man,
"cnrltiK !'j per cent, and following him
came Joseph Durao with 77. These
were the only two to puss, the otheiH
all heitiK miller the necessary ucventy
llve and riiuuluK down below the
twenties. McDonald was formerly un
lnsxclor on Hawaii.
The committee which held the ex
amination and of which Dr. (eon;e W.
McCoy Ih chairman, made several rec
(Continued on Pag 2)
prll SHI'S and llllelul.lllls who will rum
III Hie It'll! Kluriil I'arade Never be
fore has tin If been Xlll'll a I iplele
mid representative section as has bis'ii
seiureil tor the V2 parade.
A line lot of riders, haiiilMiine and
hHIMiik. wirls'il hi corKcous p.i-nx to
revive the im-murl f "Id Hawaii.
they will form what will probably Im
plctiiresiiio division of the
Miss Itoso D.ivlsou, chairman or tbe
e initio.' havlui; tills section In
clini lie. lias now a coinpb'le list of
lb who will take pmt. They are iim
rrlncoxx Miss Irimi W'odehouse.
I'.im Muster llounle Judd.
Altellil.llllx Mlxsex Itlchle Cuekett,
Sister Holt, Millie U'llllains, Violet Rslher Knlwl. Klln K'amakawlwoule,
Liic.ix. Ilella Cash, MarKiiret McCarthy. Alible Knbaiielo, Kllrn Kiiinuu. Cllita-
(iiilrlder Mlsx Kubiiiiaim Ward. betb llornir
ljyjl, (mtrlder Miss l.orna .larrett
rrliieess Miss Kllza Kahile Miss ,uc W'anl and Mlsx Ituth So-
r.iK'e John Nell. per will be outriders for Knlakana'x
Atteiiilanlx Misses Florence Abbey, seclbiii About twenty hoys mid tilrlx
Klla Akmui, Julia Mabue, Annie Ma- will be followers for David Kalakiiua.
imlrbler Miss Clorlnd.i Low.
rrlneesx Mlxs Mary Malioe.
I'lllli Willie Holt.
Attendantx Mlxsex Clara Knnl,
Katie Stewart. Daisy Hell. Nora I'erry,
Kmlly Kebaula, Helen llornir.
Oiilrbler- Mlsx MarKarel Jones.
Princess -Miss Wllhelinlna WcIkIiI.
I'liKe Harvey Holt,
Attendants -Misses Annie Lindsay,
Helen Kokl, MaiKaret KriiK'-r. Knlh
leeu Kuttmaiin. Annie Cummliis, 1 1.
Outrider Mlxx Mabel I'lillllpx.
I'lhuess -Mrs II. HoKirs.
I'UKC Meltlll Holt.
Atti miauls - Misses IMIor Kalluo.
CRUISERS ON WAY BACK TO PORT
loo cosily In both time uiid money."
MAY AVERT STRIKE
(Hisclal II ll I let in Ohio.)
LONDON, Eng., Feb. 19 A settle
ment of the threatened coal strike is
t'nless snmclhlnK unforeseen devel
ops within the next twenty-four hours,
the cruisers California, South Dakota
no chango in Knox's Itinerary, ll was mid Colorado, all that's left of the l'a-
mistake are Knox to visit the country, will make
(eVoI.ll Hill lei III Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 19. The
Supreme Court today declined to de
clare unconstitutional the Carmack
TO TELL POWERS HE
HAS BEEN ELECTED
(Sluilnl III! I let 111 Cable.)
PEKING, China, Feb. 19. President
Yuan Shift Kai today prepared a. noti
fication to tho powers of his election. (M
ni n irMnmTMPNTS on
Dllr-r- ADC niOMIOOCn battalions should not bo In line, mi
KUtr AKb UlbMlbbtU tm,lr ,.,.,.,. wm ,,,, ,,, tll
cltlc licet III Hawaiian waters, will be
back at their berths by noun tumor
tow Admiral Cowles expists a wire
less, either toniKht or tomorrow, an
nouneliiK the eact hour of the ships'
lilnili. Tliu cruisers left Kiilillllll this
(Ills miikes It practically certain that
navy will he represented III the
military parado Thursday inoriiliiK,
There Is no i earon why three seaman
(Associated Press Cable.)
SAN ntANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 19
SAN I'ltANCISCO, Cal, I'eli. 111. 'Thirty old grand jury Indictments
lleoth. kk analysis, Irts. I'l-ld.; parity, brought against "Doss" Abo Ruef were
.".Ii,.' Previous iiuiiIiiIIoii, UN. Id dismissed today.
With Hie return of the licet, specula.
Hon us lo Us future movements and
Will IIKilln be rife. It Is believed that
the latter ship will not be away lout;,
mid that soon after the other vesselx
in live she will put III an appearance
If, ax Is eomminily believed. Palms r.i
Island was her objective, she should
be able to make the round trip mid
execute whatever were her orders In
tho matter of H.ik iiiIsIiik or other (tn
liexullou c reiuoiilos inside of (two
Tbe supply ship (Under, which has
been oeeiipylnic heilh No. 3 at the navy
duck, will shift back to the Hackftld
wharf tooioriow uiornliiK, to tuako
loom for one of the cruisers. The Ola-
tier will return to the Coast toward
the end of tills month for supplies,
iiccorilluK to rumor, and If this plan Is
can led nut, it will be u certain Indi
cation that the rest of the Heel will be
A. A. IL MEET
Tim Hawaiian Athletic Association,
Hie oillclal representative body of Hid
A. A If. In Hawaii, elected tu member
ship Hiix mumlm; the St. Loulx Ath
letic Club, representing St. Louis Col
Ickc; the McKlnloy Athletic Associa
tion, representing McKlutey 1 1 lull
School; the Pumibiiii Athletic Club,
representlm- ( nihil CollcKf. These
three clubs become rt'Kulur members
of the ussociatioii In lime tu enter
club looms In the A. A. 1'. meet next
Tluirsday moriiliiK The lleahinls and
Kiims and possibly the Hut Nulus will
have teams In tbe Held, mid altogether
the prospects for u representative
llleetillK are brlllllt.
However, athletes have been behind
hand In seudliiK In their entries. The
lists close this evening tit fi o'clock,
with John r Super, lit the Hawaiian
News Company, and there will tie no
extension uf lime allowed Only u few
hours remain, mid athletes who do not
vlll to be counted out of the dolllgl
bail better t;ct on the Job ut once.
GET VISIT FROM
to the mission of the West Virginia here for ut least two mouths more
The Mahiika idle condemnation caso liner, who was cbartieil with extor
wlihh was to have been heard befoie lion mid billion. Is now servlni: a seii
.IiiiIkc Dole tlihi inornliit;, was coutln- teine In San (j.ientln peiillenllary.
lied until tninoi'inw iiwIiik lo Hi" news '
of tin. death of the .IndhO'H brother. I MEXICO QUIETER
'FRISCO LABOR LEADERS U.
ARE NOW UNDER ARREST.
I The llnekiiyii Club will meet to- (Hihx-IuI II ii 1 1 e t I n Cnble )
llilltlil al Iim resldeucii of 1'iiif. Hitch- MEXICO CITY, Mex., Feb. 19. The
' (oi k, (JollOKi) Hills. , situation In improved.
l Assis'lutisl Press r-able.t I ( AssiK'laleil Prvsx CuM.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab, Feb. 19 WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 19, Tho
Labor Leaders O, E, Tveitmoe and United States Supreme Court today de
Clancy of this city wero arrested hero chned to decide unconstitutional State
today as a result of the indictments initiative and referendum laws, bold
found by the Indianapolis jury in con- Ing that it has no jurisdiction,
nectlon with the union dynamiting '
cases. I II u 1 1 c 1 1 II Want Ads will llnd II.
Active work Is on In the Philippines
In secure a coiiBresxbinal visit there,
and the piospectx appear to be kooiI
that as Fiiou as the present session of
Cnuitrcss Ix over ami the election ex
citement has died down, some of the
liiitipnal legislators will visit the Is
(hivernnr-Oeiicrul Forbes has suh
nillled a special messiiKe to the Legis
lature, asklni; that n sum of thirty
thousand pesos tie made avulluble fur
use hi eiilertaluiiK a coiiKrensiunnl
party In case one conies to the Islands.
Hawaii appropriated (20,000 ut the
last session of the Legislature for u
similar itiirnose. lint after tliu u.irtv
IS WITHOUT POWER was practically arraiiKed It wus Riven
S. COURT SAYS
up. Ixvaiise tbe CouKressnien that Ha
waii most wauled to come, those on
the appropriate coinmlllees uml whose
visit here would have been effective,
could not malic the trip. It appears
now that the Philippines are In line for
a visit. This means that the party
will come to Hawaii uleo. '
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