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M 1. 114
GOVERNOR ALDRICH WONT SERVE WITH ROOSEVELTERS
ELEVEN-YEAR-OLD MARGUERITE SHEA BUYS A TICKET FOR SAN
FRANCISCO WITH HOUSE EXPENSE MONEY INTERCEPTED ON
BOARD THE STEAMER HONOLULAN SHE GIVES HER MOTHER i
THE SLIP ON THE STREET AND
Tending the baby is a hot job these
lays and parents are awfully exacting
anyway, so, eleven-year-old Marguerite
Shea decided to dispense with both. I
It was three weeks ago, that sho
decided to leave the parental roof nndj
tlio ever-to-be-tended baby to seek new'
fields In the United States where there
would' be no babies to tend nor moth
ers to mind. Hut it takes money to
travel and Marguerite's entire re
sources consisted of a hand-satchel,
a china doll with llaxeu hair and a
candy-box from which the candy had
been removed long before.
However, nothing daunted, the child
trotted downtown one nay lwst week,
made inquiries and learned that the
Honolulnn would leave for' San Fran
cisco today aud that a first-class ticket
cost $C5. Her mother had that much,
SUSPENSION OF ARMY PAY
;es unpleasant plight
Unless appropriations are made for
tlio army soon, on and after the llrst
oC .July, honorably discharged soldiers
from the United States army, on their
way homo, aro likely to greatly resem-
olo porambulatiug grocery stores with
sides of bacon festooned about their
necks and their arms full of sacks of
beans, Hour, , coffee and other edible
This Is due to the fact that, under
order received by the commissary
general, there can bo no commutation
of rations for tho discharged soldier
on his way to the point of enlistment
but he must be furnished with sub
sistence in kind.
Under the contract which tho gov
ernment enters into with a man en
listing In the army, it agrees to re
turn him to tho point of His enlist
ment at government expense. Tills
Is done by supplying the man dis
charged witli transportation and a
sum of money representing tho equiv
alent of his rations while traveling,
the amount permitting of his eating
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS
On Monday, July 1, 1012, the Hawaiian Star and Evening
Bulletin will he joined under one management, hud one evening
newspaper, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, issued from the Alakea
street offices. This paper will have a minimum guaranteed
circulation of over 4000 copies.
The advertising rate until January 1, IU1 3, will be on the
basis of fifteen cents an inch with the usual increase, for short
term, special position, etc. This is -twenty-five per cent. lower
than the combined rates of the two papers, and a circulation
is offered which, under the advertising-rates prevailing on Ihe
mainland, would call for twenly-five cents an inch as a
All the subscribers of the Hawaiian Star aud E veiling
Bulletin will receive the Honolulu Star-Bulletin for the full
lime they have paid on either or both papers.
The subscription rates will be the usual $8 per year
$4 six months, $2 for three months, and $.75 one month.
The Honolulu SlaY-Bulletin semi-weekly will take the
place of the Hawaiian Star semi-weekly and Evening Ilulletiu
The subscription rate of the SemT-Weekly 1 fonolulu Star
Bulletin will be $2 per year.
sho knew, for she had seen her put
a lot of money in the top drawcof the
chiffonier right beneath a pile of
This money was to pay the month's
bills but, as Marguerite reasoned, it
was r.ll In the family anyway aud the
bills would have to wait this time She
uldn't bother to take her mother Into
her confidence grownups are awfully
stupfd and they novo,r seem to be ab e
to understand. I
Timothy Shea.Marguerito's father, Is
a contractor at Pearl Harbor, and be
ing .Marguerite's fr.thur of course
knows all about everything so in a
casual sort of wny with a 'don't care
anyway, manner she remarked that
she had heard that the Honolulan was
to leave ct a different Avharf.
(Continued on pago four.)
modestly while en route. Hut with
' no money on hand, the government
I now finds it necessary to issue the
1 soldier the actual rations estimated
on tho number of meals he will have
to eat en route. Naturally when a
! man Is discharged In San Francisco
and enlisted in New York, he will
draw quite a storo of provisions. It
is presumed that he is permitted to
sell these rations if he can, otherwise
he will have to carry them with him
and trade in slices of bacon und pints
of beans for sandwiches in railroad
Unless remedied by July 1, tho gov
ernment will bo placed in the posi
tion of breaking its contract with the
soldier, for it will bo unablo to return
him such sums as ho may havo de
posited, with tho government, or to
give him such pay as is duo him with
other allowances immediately upon
JjIb honorable discharge from the
army. Eventually the discharged man
will get what Is duo him, but In the
meantime his lot will not be a happy
Be stopped Local Partv i
Paymaster Stevens of the naval sta
tion received a cable this noon from
the Paymaster General of tho United
States at Washington ordering lilin
to stop all paymonts of money on cer
tain appropriations after June iiU and
to wait for a now appropriation l;l
to bo passed by Congress.
At the commandant's olllce, It was
said that this mOans that the cleri
cal and drafting staff of the navy
will he without pay and perhaps some
of them without jobs until a new bill
..- imonu, ..uHHUL-uuj u,u fciu.nui ,IKU candidates are waiting to soo
part of the Pearl Harbor work will whether they aro to coutintio to bo
have to stop. Democrats or not.
The yard force of laborers will not In ., vl,ry striking w..v, said a prom
be discharged but the clerical and Jnont Democratic candid this
drafting staff will he directly affect- .(11.nInir. T1.nu-nll nll a. ,.,,, ',
ed and a number of men will be
thrown out of work for the time be
ing. These are paid out of the main
tenance fund and can receive their
money from no other source, accord
ing to Civil ICnglneer Gaylor, who
commented upon the cable this noon.
If Japanese coal has the same of-
feet upon the ships of the Inter-Island
lleet that it had upon tho Monarch
Steamship Company's Indian Monarch,
It will not be an Improbable state of
affairs to see tho Mauua Koa, tho
Kinau, the Claudino and the rest of
Mr, Kennedy's flotilla decorated with
yellow funnels within the next few
For when the Indian Monarch, in
charge of Captain K. P. T. Wood left
Shimonoseki, Japan, laden with 5050
tons of Mojil coal, her funnel was a
brilliant red. Today when the Mon
arch arrived in port atter u nineteen-
day trip, tho vermilion hue ot Her
funnel hod been transformed to tho
color of yellow jaundice.
"lt was the coal," explained Cap-
tain Wood. "We coaled at Mojll at
tlio same time that we toou our cargo
and have been steaming at an eight
aud one-half knot rate ever since to
prevent our funnel from being entiro-
Iy burned out. Whether It is tho
fault of the coal or our funnel, I don't
know but the funnel looks as though
It had had the cholera and wo had to
crawl at a slow rato of speed to pre-
vent it from being carried away al-
tup Indian .Monarch, wnicn is a
tramp of 500 tons register, nrrlvcd
this morning with a 5650 ton consign-
ment of coal for the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company, In the
crow aro 30 mon, Including 10 Chi-
Tho Indian Monarch belongs to a
Ilritlsh line, which owns and operates
tramp steamers exclusively. She Is
tied up at Ilishou wharf, whore sh
commenced unloading immediately.
LEPER WILL NOT
hum Van, the leper convicted of
bigamy and sentenced to two years
in jail, will be left in charge of tho
Territorial health olllcers. Recently, J
as has been related befoie, a man
date was received from tho circuit
court of appeals continuing t'o Judg
ment and sentence. Hut meantime
hum Van liadbeen confined in the
Kalihi station as a lepor.
Tho court this morning Isaupil a
bench warrant for l.uin Y'n. This
will bo returned unserved, with the
clllclal Mtntumeut that tho man is a
loper. An order will then bo tssued
to the honlth authorities, directing
them to keop him but, ir he be cured
oi is round not to he afflicted with
the dliiaaw, to turn him over to tue
i federal authorities to sene his sen
The local Uomocrnts are just like
the local Republicans, in that they
don'.t know "whsro they are at" in
view of the threatened split in their
national party. A lot of the lenders
produced in advance just about the
conditions that have been shown at
Chicago and Baltimore In the na
tional Held. "There was a Republi
can convention hero, with a steam
roller in operation, and It ended its
work with a considerable, portion of
tlio party almost ready to bolt, split
into two factions Just like the Re
publicans at Chicago.
"There was a- Democratic conven
lion here, and a steam roller swished j Morn than a month's time Is there
everything opposed to It, again leav-jfore i lloweo for organization. Hv his"
lug a lo! of the party considering a
bolt, J,Rt !1S at Bultiuure the organ!-
JK'tlon has carried tliga its wny by j
ll'e appointment ot .Udao Park.r us i
temporary chairman, though exery-1
Thouch it is virtually cm-tnin tlmr.
tho total condemnation price of tho
entl,.e Mahuka site will bo somewhat
n excess of tho $3.10,000 that Con-
Kress authorized the Secretary of tho
Treasury to spend to secure a slto
for tho proposed federal building in
Honolulu there is little doubt in the
mind of Pulled States District Attor-
,0y llreckons that tho additional sum
,.,.ded will bo supplied.
-it is nil nonsense to talk of an ap-
propriatlon of ?3r,0,000 or any other
sum," said Mr. lireckons this mom-
lug. "The truth Is that thero Is no
appropriation whatever now. Congress
merely authorized tho Secretary of
tne 'treasury to secure, by purchase
or condemnation, a sito for the build-
lug, to cost not more thnn :i:.0,000.
The authorization, of course, i.irrles
with it a moral obligation on the part
.Children who, If brought up amid
other surroundings than in the tene
i ients, would be too young to under
stand Hie nature ot tho awful things
they aro testifying nbout, are 'tlio
principal witnesses against Chin Fan,
tho Chinese accused of criminal as
sault upon a llttlo Hawaiian girl. The
testimony is, or course, ontlrob un
printable, but the children relate a
tale that would bo enough to urouso
tlio community to a realization ot the
awful tilings that go on In the tene
ments, could It only bo road or heard
by otlmrs than the court attaches.
A vory pretty Hawaiian jjlrl, nil
parontly about olovon or twelve yean
of age, told of the methods used uy
some of tlio Chltiose to iuduco the
children of tho tenements to visit
them. Sho told how they are given
things to eat and Induced to conu
frequently. The girl claimed to have
witnessed the hideous crime of which
the defenduiit is accused. She said
that she aud two other girls, one of
body knows that as against liry.ni
Parker is weaker all over the coun
try than Taft was in Calilornla
"Suppose the bolters got together
in a new organization? That is tlio
tn'k in the local field just as It is in
the national. The dissatisfied Repub
licans and the dissatisfied Democrats
would make a party hard to be-it, If
it hnd the prestige or being hacked
by a new national party with such
men as Roosevelt and llrynn as lead
ers." New Local Party.
Many Republicans export that ox
Governor Carter and A. h. C. Atkin
son will come back hero prepared to
organize the new Roosevelt party in
Hawaii. That party's llrst convention
is to bo held In August, merlins
'to the decision reached nl Chicago.
near-bolt from tho Republicans Dele-
gate Kuhlo lias placed himself In a
posltioiito Join it, and he may, it is
said, "be its candidate for the job
t Continued on Page KIvo.l
FOR ENLARGED FEDERAL SITE
of ConirresH intr tr, nmimnrinto
j "Hut if the cases aro fairly aiW im-
partially tried before fair and Impar-
tlal Juries and tho total condemnation
figures foot up more than ?350,000, I
havo no doubt as to what Congress
will do. That Is why I am rushing
these cases through. I expect to havo
them nll tried and the Judgments sc-
( cured before Congress convenes next
term. Then there is no reason that
I know of why the appropriation for
the purchaso of tho properly should
not be made. Of course, It it should
not bo made next term, wo would
have to wait."
llreckons stales that the next caso
, to be tried, that to condemn the slto
' now occupied by tho Oirico Specialty
Company, will be begun In nbout a
LIFE IN TENEMENTS
them tho ono whom Chin Fan, In
this case, Is accused of having vio
lated, wont to his restaurant and
were fed, then Invited to go up to
his room with him. They nil wont.
What happened to hersolf aud one of
the othor girls she was not permit
ted to relate, but sho testllled as to
what was done to tho smallest of tho
throe. . Tho girls were called ono by
ono Into the Chinaman's room, oach
of the two who wont In first being,
told to send In ono or tho others.
There was considerable of u legul
SQiiabblo between prosucutliiK officer
Urown and Attorney Rawlins who is
dofoiulliiK Chin Fan, tho urgunient
bolng as to whether or not Harry
Lake should ho permit tml to remain
In the courtroom while other witness
oh wore testifying. Rawlins finally
called Uke as his own witness ana
thus secured his exclusion from the
room. l.uke. however. Identlried a
map of the tenement In which th
crime Is alleaed to have taken place,
he himself having drawn It.
(Associated Press Cable to the Star.)
RALTIMORE, Juno 20. Tho permanent organization committee of tho
Democratic National convention choso Congressman Olllo M. James of
Kentucky for permanent chairman.
Bryan Will Not Act.
llrynn declined lo accept th0 chairmanship of Hie committee of reso
lutions, because, lie' said, ho was not In accord with tho forces that wcro
apparently In control ot tho convention. Kern was elected in his p:acc
A Day of Oratory.
The session today was spent in oratory, the convention tnvniting tho
report ot the committee on credentials. Governor lllunehurd, Senator Ra
nor, Congressmen Clayton and Grave, delivered addresses. Governor Folk
o Missouri also spoke.
The day was one of sweltering heat, and great discomfort to thoso
In the convention.
Police Squadrons. Called For.
Tho unrest In the situation and tho excitement attending- the contest
caused the posting of police squadrons in the galleries, with orders to
quell any outbreak.
The New Party Again.
Rryan today made tho statement that ho was "down but not out."
A groat stir was caused by a report of a secret visit of La Follotte to Bryan.
It was admitted at the Wisconsin headquarters of La Folletto that such
a visit bud been made.
, Bryanltes CUlm Veto Power.
UALTIMORK, Juno 20. Ilryan leaders declare that Bryan's defeat yes
terday does not n;ean his repudiation by the party. His forces they said,
hold a veto power, a to tho nomination to bo made by the convention',
under .the two-thirds rule. . "
The rules committee has voted, to defer the presentation of a platform
until after tho nomination of a candidate for President, on account of tho
present lack of Indication of whether the convention is progressive or con
servative, and tho committee desire to present a platform. In accord with
tho views ot tbo convention. A minority report will bo presented.
A fow progressives have started a movement to toBt the strength ot
sentiment for Kern for the Presidency.
Francis J. Hency, ono of the leading Roosevelt men, is attending tho
convention. He said oday that lie had merely como "lo see tho steam roller
Bryan Not n Harmony.
Dlseiifslng tlio chairmanship of th0 committee on resolutions, which ho
declined to accept llrynn-Bald: "I t! ink that tho committee and the ofHcors
ought to bo jii harmony with tlio convention. I am not in harmony with
tl.e convention or with tho national committee whlch controls It. It would'
rot look well for mo under thoso ciicumstr.nces to be chnlrninn of the reso
Tlio committee will return a majority and a minority reort.
Clark Wins Delegates.
Tlio Champ C ark forces in the credentials committee overturned the ac
tion of tho national committee, and seated the Champ Clark delegates in
the South Dakota contest.
Aldrich Won't Serve
hINCOLN, Nov., June i0. Governor Aldrich has announced that ho
will not serve as ono of the members of tho committee of eighteen which
Is being rormed ' by Governor Johnson of California to form the new
FIGHT FOR COMMERCE COURT.
WASHINGTON, Juno -C. A delegation representing tho railroads ot
the Southwest has urged tho President to veto the hill abolishing tho
commerce ourt. They represnted that without such a tribunal there would
be no method of appealing from the I nterstato Commerce Commission In
his reply to the delegates President Taft Indicated that he would veto tho
bill. ,w - ,
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FORMER SENATOR DEAD. ' -
NHW YORK, Juno 20. Former Senator Higgius of Dolaware is dead,
in tbo 72nd year of his age. He was a lawyer and sorvod as eounsol for
Judge Charles Swayno in his Impeachment trial before the U. S. Senato In
WORLD MOTOR RECORD.
DJF.PPIC, June 20. Hoillot driving a Peuguot car won tho Grand Prix
driving 950 miles In lit hours 5S mitiutes 28 seconds, a world's record.
FIGHTING IN MEXICO.
PUKRT Dfi I'll. ON, Moxieo, Juno 2G. A sharp skirmish botweon tho'
bolllgeront rorcos Is reported The losses nr0 unknown.
CASH REGISTER CASE RULING.
CINCINNATI. Juno 20. Federal Judge Holllstor has ovorrulod the de
murror In the National Cash Register case.
THE LUCK! LIST IN THE
TERRJII'S LAND LOTTERY
I'here were lively times this morn-
lug in the land oltice. when the draw
lug took place for the Kullouou, Paboa,
A lea and l.ualualei loU which were,ilie happened to be successful In the
advertised some time sao, and re-, draw lugs, were uearly all Hawaiian
warding which the numerous anpll-' and Portuguese.
cants gathered today lo learu results'
of the drawiniw. The applicants who
showed up this morning to learn their
fate, and back up their applications It
(Coutluued on Eight.)