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EVlWlMo BULLETIN, M6N6Ll'LU. f ft. WEONESD'.Y. JULY 20, iftid.
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Kxtcrmlninr for -1 JV
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SlLAftNS' riXCTRIC PASTS
Is wrong if you
n s c g r
UOTIilNG more will be done in regard to
'" building additions to the Moana Hotel
until the result of this prohibition agitation
is decided. Prohibition is a mistake for this
country and will hurt our prosperity. The
present liquor law is a good one, and is
entitled to the support of the people. Let
them have higher license if they want it. In
my opinion, prohibition is wrong. Tourists
do not want to be tied down by any such
piece of legislation as a prohibition law.
Ihey won't come and that is all there is to it.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique In iti
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and, the number of its' stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffio Manager. Y. V. It R.. Merced, Cal.
We have just received from the S. S. Wilhelmina a
Splendid Line made up of Best Qualities in
EMBROIDERIES und LACES
They are all well-made, handsomely-finished, strictly
ALL AT 5o AND 10c A YARD
Come early and pick the best patterns, '
The Yat Hing Store
HOTEL BETWEEN BETirEI, AND FORT STREETS
Honey Back II It Fills
2ei.txx 25c lOot.box
31. CO. Sold bv dtaUr$
COMPANY. CHICAGO. ILL.
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Scree Warm Terms Ued by Eoth
Sides While (Jetting Down to
WAS.IINr.TON, Juno 13 Tlitco
tin usainl page-i hilstilm; Willi vllupor
ul.on briers were submitted today liy
nttn.nr.v4 vlio nppojrud lieru.a tlu
siitrlnl lSalllugor-Plnchot Investiga
ting committee. The record dlsclOies
H.-tllli.yer as hojtllo to tlu- p oplo niu)
flmws his cooperation with special
lutivcats and with violation of tlm
av. ill i lei rit II. u brief Hit limit toil by
.Mi iiury llr.inilols lepromin!) Ola
li. I trust this e mun'.ti e w".ll report
Hel ilui pnlillr iliim.iiii 1 1 In unsafe
linnls u) the bilef of Attornpy
llont it representing I'lnrliiit. 'i no
Pjuhi pinion Is ci net and h.mdoss. It
k ii.i liiio lliiiM to assail tin- charac
ter -if n niemli r iif tl'o ralmiet llpio
iliup niu Dli.udiitelv no jiioundn for
th nlt.iolt" dcelaipd Attornpy Ver
tices. rcpicspnllUs llal'lnger.
TliB three bilels, nil of whlcli were
voluminous tntnllcd nenily a thniHanJ
typewritten panes. Tlie lirlels revleiv
thu c ir.i' largely on th same lines
as the ".irgiimeiits" of the various
iillornuvs made tieforp the cimmlttee
pome days iiko. Tliey milled a unru
lier uf polntH however Hint had not
bpeii lucorporatPd In the original nil
dress. Brandies naked that L. II. Oinvls.
whose charges that tlio Cunningham
plalins were going lo patent Illegally,
lie rewarded ns a patriot.
Vert roes refprrcd to Olavis callliiK
lilin a "traitor" and a "snake."
I'epper, defending his client, Clif
ford I'lnchot, former chief forester,
discharged for his stond In the llal-Ilnger-Glovls
Bquabhlo refers to him
ns n "zealous advocate of good gov
ernment." Verlrecs calls him tho "nrch-con-splrulor.
seeking to destroy tho good
name of n cabinet olllrer."
IlrandcU referring to the Cllavls
charges declared: "Tho records provo
the facts ns stated. These are not
the samr records which tho president
Baw. In this proceeding Attorney
(leneral Wlckersham nppoars no long
er' ns nn assistant Judge but as nil
nverzealous advocate. Oscar Lawler
Is no longer n Judgo but stands In
tils truu light a prejudiced witness,
bitter mid vituperative.
"In theu controversies Olavla. I'ln
chot. Jones, Kcrby have been dismiss
ed, iloyt has icslgncd, Newell and
Uuvls hold u sllglt tcniiro of olllce
and may be dismissed before tho com
mittee reports. Tlio committee will
determine whether tlioy tire snakes to
bo killed, trnltorB to bo shamed. If
any of them told tho truth the secre
tary of the Interior would be dlshon
oml and declared unfit for ofllce"
Vcitrcc-i called Stenographer Fred
erick M. Kciby. n "traitor-" u "creu
ture" who tiiado a treasonable pub
lication." I'onner calls tlio conspiracy charge
"trivial" and says: "No ono contends
that It is unlawful to regard IJallin
ger as unfit for onice. It Is not only
permlsslblo lo 'hold tills view, but
those entertaining It may say so pub
licly." Vcrtreos, asking for a non-partisan
"Tho republic is on tilal before the
Vertrees declares that James It.
Garfield nnd Gilford I'lnchot tried to
destroy Ilalllngcr "becuuso ho thwart'
oil their hopes and In rovengo for not
being able t dictate conservation poi.
"It Is n trlbuto to the manhood of
the Interior department" ho contln
ued "that nothing was revealed re-
Hooting upon tho loyalty, Integrity,
good faith nnd seiibo of duty of any
PLOT TO MURDER
G0SI1KN, N. V- July 9. A dyna
mite cartridge with percussion cap
was found this morning dangling
from n tree over a road near the
Ifarrlmnu estate and was In such a
position that a passing automobile
probably would havo struck and ex
Frank McMurtrle, n teamster In
the employ of tho llnrrlmnn estate,
discovered It about 200 yards from
the depot opposite the Ilamapo
bridge, near tho intersection of the
Ardeu House rond and the state road,
which ure frequently used by Har
rlmnn utitomobllistB from the Arden
liouso and the Anion farms and
McMurtrle called n lumberman on
the estate,, whocarefujly took down
tho cartridge, detached lht) carl und
tlucw the djnamlto li'ito the -river.
0. 0. Hush, chief of police of tho
Tuxedo, started an Investigation.
Woik on the llarrlinuu estate is
going along us usual, nnd there Is no
labor trouble of any kind. The av.
erage monthly pnyiol! is $20,000. A
few men wero laid olT recently, but
their kind of work was lompleled
und they did not expect emploiuent
longer. The Ilarrlman family is now
nt Ardon house, Mr. and Mrs. Chan
Cniey Itumsey leailng several das
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250 1
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Secretary cf Navy Had Oalld Atten.
tion to Plates Bifore 'I hey Were
Put on i'n'iM.
WASHINGTON. I) C . July S -Se.-ietary
of the Navy Mover, wh.i
rptlirned here today from his sum.
mcr home nt Ilanltllon, Mass,, lias
taken up the question of the defee
tlvc armor of the t'tnh and North
It is said heie Imlnj that the Sec
rotary hlmn-lr whpn ho luspeelcd the
Niiith l);il,i la polntPil out to smiie o(
the nrrU'lnM prerpnt certain ' bill)
mh" In i o ir iwn iPip ,f armor
This appears lo be the sniuo thlpg
as tl.iVi-pulli" or "bllslprs.-'
Thp pailv dlcioipry of Bpemlng do
, 'ects In thp armor of the North I)a
i Kota nuule II posslb.e to haio It In
Isppptpd Ihntoiiglily or ns thorough
ly as pocsllilp, wltli tlid result that
only one plppo of plate escaped de
lection and Hint was prompt!) renio-
illeil, although after It had been at'
tached to the ship's clde.
Oflklnls here say that It will not
do to havp Juetiflablo reports spread
abroad that armor plate with cither
existing- or potential defects can ac
tually be placed upon Ame'rl.mi war
One omclal today hinted that tho
oldtlme Inspection was perhaps a
good as the preeent method of Inspec
tion. The modern battleship, how
eier, requires enormous quantities
of armor plate which makes It more
difficult to Inspect thoioughly than
In former days.
Tho question of an absolutely safe
inspection Is nevertheless now up to
the department by reason of the re
cent revelations. Secretary Meyer
tins taken hold of the -question -and
will endeavor to find a satisfactory
NEW COMPM FORMED
Yesterday afternoon Incorporallan
papers of l'uthiiehu Agricultural
Company, Ltd., were tiled with a cap'
Itul of 120,000, nil subscribed nnd ten
per cent paid In.
. Tho company has the privllego of
Increasing Us capitalization to $."00,
000 any time during Its period of In'
corporation, which Is fifty years.
Olilccrs und Incorporators of tho
company are: I'rl'sldent, II. II. Hon
ton; vice-president, T. Cll'wi Davlert;
tiensuror, K. II. Wodohouse; secre-
tnry, W. H. Itulrd; II. McK, Harrison
Is one of the Incorporators but not mi
ofilicr, and W. II. JHst Is iitulicor ijf
HEEIAKAI BEACH MUST WAIT.
Thero will be nothing doing In the
building of a now road on the oi'ier
side of Ilooliikal beach and continu
ing In the direction of Ahulmantt.
This matter was brought to -.ii"
uettentlon of the lloaid of Supervis
ors through u communication from
Mr. Macfarlune, the pineapple grow
er and can nor, He complained thai
the county engineering staff was con
ducting n survoy through tho com
pany property without llrst having
secured tho required permission.
The toad board nunouticed last
night that the proposition for con
utru. ting n new rond. would bo
diopped and not likely be taken up
again during the life of the present
WORK IN AUGUST
The city and county road commit
tee are kindly disposed towards the
residents of Halopoha Inne, off l.lllhn
street, who have sent ill a petition
asking for a better highway. After
golne over tho situation, the road
boaid have decided to sjart work on
me improvement Willi tile llrst or
tho coming month.
The Hawaiian hand will give ajmb
lie concert tonight at Anla I'ark, com
mencing nt 7:30 o'clock, Tho pro
March Ders.igllcil Ulenberfi
Overturo-i-Itoad to aiory .... Kllng
Uullad Klua Maka Uulliill Helns
UenilnlBcen'cos of All Nations. Godfrey
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. Ar by Ilergor
Intermezzo Dan Cupid .... Uug;no
Quvuttti In Cupid's Garden.. Mlssud
Kfnillo Cupid's Urcuin .... Thtirbau
Tho SJuri Spanned llanner.
I.OlJOHMH.MJIt-In this city, July
10, 1010, to tie wlfo of Hurry
I.oughmlller, u sou.
lUCIIAItDS In Honolulu. July 1!).
I.llla I'uaonuonu, daughter of Kn
puna Illclianls, uged ono jear, four
months nnd thliteen days Kuneral
nl t"n o'clock this morning', burial
to bo In I'uiinkamnll cemetery.
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin...
H 1 1Mt" Tmliii i Mi? r iii iii lyjbi 4 MjiMBli ;n 4i, , i
Colonel nooBcvelt on board the
WASHINGTON. I) ( Juno 22. -After
otlng down boveral amend
liieuts the Seuato today decided, 44
to 2.1, to concur in the House
amendments to the postal savings
bank bill nnd thus took the hist leg
islative step necessary to tho estab
lishment of n postal savings bank In
the United States. The measure
was Included In tho Administra
tion's bchedule, nnd Its passage
marks another triumph for Presi
In accordance with tho program
agreed on jesterday, tho voting be
gun nt T o'clock and the bill was
passed fifteen minutes later. Moot
of the Insurgent Republicans Joined
the lcgulnrs In supporting the meas
ure In tho final vole, but Senators
Ilrlrtow, Cummins and I .a Follette
refused lo yield and cast their bal
lots with tho Democrats. t enator
Chamberlain cast the only Demo
cratic vote for the hill.
Ileforo the vot H nro wes much
discussion iif tho hills. The llrst
speaker was Senator llrlstow of
Kansas, who said he would rather
stny in Washington n month longor
than accept It. Ho asserted a ma
jority of the vojes for tho Houbo bill
would be cast by Senntors who want,
ed no pnstul savings legislation. Con
cluding, ho said; "The bill creates
n plpo lino to the speculative cell-
teis for tlio money fiom nil over the
Simmons denounced the bill ns
"nn nbject nnd humiliating mrien
der to the banks," and predicted
that before the end of the next
campaign the bill would be the mokt
unpopular, ever passed by the Re
publican paitv, "not excepting the
spurned, reja.ted and tinmpled
iipon Payno-Aldrlch tariff law."
Declaring that tho Houso had re
jected every fentuio for which tho
Sennto had inado speclnl endenvor,
Hughes read articles from news pa
pais, declaring that tho President
had threatened to votq tho rivers nnd
hnibnrs nnd public buildings bills
If the House postal savings bank
bill should fall of acceptance by the
Senate. He demanded to Know
whether the contents of the pork
barrel should be mare potent In In
fluencing Senators than the require
ments of tho Constitution.
Cnrter defended the bill. Meeting
the contention that the hill wns on
entirely now measure, ho doclared
that Its piovlslons wero along the
lilies marked out by many bills pre
sented uhuo the beginning of the
agitation for postal savings banks
He mild that although tho bill dif
fered somewhat from tho Sonata
bill, It was tho result of a compro
mise, but it was still nn expression
of the "dead level" Eontimen. of all.
Tho postal bank, bll), 'as --It goes
to the President, provides for the
designation of postofllces ns postal
savings' depositary offices, The open
ing of such deposltniles in left to
tho discretion of n board of three
trustees, consisting of the Postman
tet -General, tho Secretary of tho
Troatsury and the Attorney-General.
This board Is given complete con
tin of the depositaries and of their
funds. As It will require consider
able time for tho hoard to. prepare
Its regulations. It Is Imposslblo at
this time' to predict when the postal
banking sjstem will be In operation.
In tjiehft depositaries any person
over 10 enis of ago may make de
posits of funds amounting to $1 or
multiples of that amount. Pass
books will be Issued to depositors'
., , ., i':t. , '
Knlsrln Auguste Victoria talking with his
and Interest allowed nt, the rate of
2 per cent. No person Is to be per
mitted to deposit more than $100
In mi) month nor to be allowed to
have exceeding $u00 tu his credit
at any time. The withdrawal of
funds Is to be permitted ut any time.
Tho postal savings funds thus nc.
cumulated are to be placed In state,
and national banks In tho commu
nities in which the deposits nre
made and the banks nro to pay
therefor 2 H4 per cent. Interest.
Five pei tent, of the total deposits
nre to bo held by the Treasurer of
the United States ns a reserve to
glial anlec the pavmeut of depositors.
Hanks are required to deposit pub
He bonds to insure tho safety of the
deposits. A provision authorizes
the withdrawal of 30 per cent, of
the' deposits for Investment In Gov
ernment bonds and depositors nre
permitted to transmute their do
posits into bonds when they desire.
There nlro Is n special provision
authorizing the Investment In bonds
of the remaining Cm per cent, of
tho savings funds, hut this step Is
to be tnken only when directed by
Postmasters In fourth.cl.-tgs offlcc
are to be given additional compen
satioii for their services In connec
tion with the depositories, and pns
tnl eavlngs r counts In the bnnki
are to be kept fccpntalc ffom nl
other accounts. One hundred thou
sand dollars are appropriated tc
carry the pioposed law Into offoct
nnd to establish the first of the de
positaries. The bill contains the following.
"The faith of the United States It
rolemnly pledged to the payment ol
deposits made la postal savings de
pcsltary oIErcs, with accrued Inter
est thereon ns herein provided."
ADVOCATES USE OF AEIIOPl.A.VE
FOR MAIL CAltllir.RS. .
Washington, Juno 20. Representa
tive M. Sheppard of Toxus, who hud u
bill that ho wanted Congress to past
befpro It adjourned, Tho bill gives the
postmaster general light to use aero
planes In currying uall throughout
tho country. Ilepfcsemuth o Phep
pard wus anxious that Congress give
postmaster general .i sum of money
to purchase aeroplanes, secure inou to
operate them aud carry fin, i tfeneral
school of education for mall c.inlerb
Ills Idea Is to use the aeroplanes loi
llrst claSa mall ,iutt-;r, and he liudtts
that tho public will demand qii.rker
transportation of mail in n shor: time
nnd that the postnl.lco department
should havo nion trained to operate
air machines tu moot tho deinuiJ, '
friend E. Mont Roily of Kansas City
Special Agent Henry Studnlczka
writes from Birmingham, Kng con
cerning the production of artificial
rubber and lis effect on the rubber
Industry and trade, should all that
Is claimed for It provo true:
There Is quite a stir among tho
directois of lendlni? rnhlior i,,,nri.
J log and manufacturing llrms hero
regarding the reported Invention of
iiitlllclal rubber by a German pro
fessor at Kiel, and they seem to bo
very optimistic, as the Inventor en
Jojs nn unquestioned reputation as
nu authority on all matters pertJIn
Ing to rubber. Tho Invention Is
baced on the boiling together, under
certain conditions, of Isoprem with
acetic acid, In n closed tube, tho
icsult being the crcntlon of n gray
composite possessing nil tho proper
Mes of pure rubber and capable of
lelriR vulcanized In the 'some man
ier ns guttapercha. At present this
irllliclal rubber has been produced
nly in small quantities, but It Is
he Invontoi'g opinion that when his
nethod has been fully developed It
a'III permit of tho placing on tho
uarket of nn nrtlrlo at one-third tho
cut of icnl rubber.
Pratlcnl experiments In this
iranch of chemistry have advanced
'i rapidly that there can be no
loubt that within a few years .i
irtlficlal substniico will bo produced
.vhlch will bring down the Inilnted
irlce of rubber.
. Tho great shortage nf the world's
libber supply and the steadily
rowing consumption of caoutchouc,
speclully In tho making of ulrshlps,
iccounts to n great extent for tho
loom in runner, nnd Bhould this In
ventor, who has patented lilsincth
d. be able to enta',n commercial
ubstnnee, the effect' will be Beiisn
Jpnal. ." , vt' -
The other pxpertrnf rjermany nro
'ubllnnt nvm- this Invention. They
ire pointing tu. tho-rant' that the
eallzdllon of the plans of the Kiel
irnfesEor would signify u greater do
mand for rubber articles, and there
ore a greater Industrial Activity In
'his commodity would lie. the result.
U present, owing tp the exorbitant
trices of rubber, thoMriduitry Is suf
BOYCOTT DECLARED ON
I WINSTON CHURCHILL
LONDON, June 25.There Is a
letermlned effort on foot to boycott
Winston Churchill socially liy hu
ending polltlcul opponents ami by
omo of those on bis own ldo of
'ho House. Mr. nufour Is notoi
lonuly fond of Mr. Asqulth In pri
.ate as well as Mr. Haldane and Sir
Kdwnid Grey, but his dislike for
Winston Churchill Is -so profound
hat he does not make the sllghti
ittmnpt nt concealing it.
Mr. Balfour's foelliiirn ..r-o 0n,.,
lngly shared by the larger part of
i.umiuii society and this has spread
to the lovvcr ranks. Nalulilmru ..f
Mr. Churchill dei-lnm tlmt ivi..i.
drivers are always mysteriously eu-
burcii wnen ins servants whistle for
cab, while they themselves llnil no
difficulty In securing tnxlB,
u js rui ihei- -stated, that Mr.
Lloyd-George, desnlto' his n,u,.j
doinocratlo Ideas which displease the
Toiles so greatly, is liable to full
under the suspicion of tlm i.nt.n,-ii.u
and, Socialists on nrcount of his do-
ruiiipiug wio uniiii of accepting Invl.
unions in uino wuu members of tho
nobility at fathlonablo restaurants.