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SALESMANSHIP THAT IS INSISTENT BUT NOT AN ANNOYANCE IS BULLETIN ADVERTISING
From Oan Francisco!
Manchuria , Mny 22
For San Franclscoi
Wllhelnilnu May 24
Zealamlla May 2C
Mamma May 23
It It the HOME PAPCR-the EVEN
ING BULLETIN that will tell you
whera to buy good at the mott reason
able prices and help you in the eco
nomic which mean added teeurity to
Keeps You Informed of Worth While Happenings
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4933.
20 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1911. 20 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
BUSINESS MEN SEE DRAWBACKS TO ARMY POST
HOUSE DETERMINED ON RECIPROCITY
Location of Army Posf On Arm
ory Site Not Altogether
STEAMER ASIA ON THE ROCKS Senate Yields
FIRST PHOTOGRAPHS OF WRECKED LINER
Without going dellnlloly on record,
trustees of tho Chamber of Cuiuinereo.
culled together for a special meeting,
talked over Informally u possible op
position to Hi" moving of tliu ni my
post from llleliua to tliu armory slto
In the nbsenco of specific Information
iih to tliu reasons for tlio change, tho
trustees decided not to go on record
, i lllier for or ugulnst. A motion w'us
passed Instructing tho secretary to
cable to George. McK. McClellatt In
Washington for further iletnllH, and
asking If a Rite a little further from
tho center of tho city Minn tlio urniory
Ho would bo acceptable.
When further details coino. Presi
dent Morgan of the Chamber of Com
mercn und President .WJilte of tho Mer
chants' ARsOCIatlolPwIII confer with
Reference to callliiK a public meeting
to illKcuni the, matter.
The IruMees aro particularly anxious
to know whether a largo body of troops
Is to be housed on the drlllshcd-nrmory
Bite. It was pointed out that a small
body of troops might cnuso no objec
tions, whereas u largo number of men,
stationed practically In 'the heart of
the city, would cuiiku conditions that
tho residents might not Und desirable
Thoso pruiellt lit the meeting weio
President Morgan, J. P. Cooke, 11 D.
Tcnney, J V. Wnldron, Hubert Cutton,
K. I Spalding, K. M Pnxlon und See
retury Wood Delegate Kuhlo was also
present on Invitation, and m.id some
M'ry practical suggestions that were
received with approval.
Mr. Tcnney expressed tHo Idea that
the moving of tlio troop from Lellehuu
Is part of a big plan of Mujor-Ocncrul
Wood's, to concentrate the pout, cut
expenses to a Wulmuiii, and that Ha
waii will bo tlii) Hist placo where Gen
eral Wood's plan will Iim tried out.
"This It the plan unsl among the llrlt
ih and aeruian troop's," he .said, "and
I have heard that It Is Oentral Wood's
11 I Spalding and J. W Wnldron
rather objected tn tho chamber's taking
(Continued on Page 2)
PRINCIPAL RICHMOND QUITS
HAWAII; ATTORNEY TO MAKE
MOTION TO CLEAR THE RECORD
flHyoHBk v .fljJBt
Or Long Session
(AmoFlitnl Press Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 2tV- Leaden of the Houee of Representa
tives are threatening an unbroken sum mr session unlets the Senate votes for
the Canadian reciprocity bill, the farm era' bill and the propoted woolen sched
ule. It it announced that If the 8enat e will comply with the wishes of the
House, there will be a recess from Ju ly 1 to October 1, but that the House)
intends to stand by Its action and see that the reciprocity bill is passed. No
reply has yet been made by Senate lead ers.
FINGER ROCK, OFF CHINA COAST. ARROW POINTS TO WRECKED ASIA7
Captain of Asia
F. A. Hlchmond, former principal of on cases which It had considered, such
the llllo High School und a central comment being libelous, und that so-
llgure with Mrs. Mary S. Compton In crecy wan not maintained and tho
the scandal that was piuved llrst by charge of tho Judge was violated,
tho Hoard of Public Instruction audi lllchmond woh Interviewed by a
then by tlii Federal grand Jury, left Hull et In representative Just before
llav.nll this morning and will probably the Mongolia left for Bun Francisco this
not return. He wan a departing pas- morning. Ho had taken himself to a
seimcr on the Pacific Mull liner Mon- secluded part of the deck, away from
y.olla.'and his Immediate, destination Is tho ciovvd of people saying farewell, I
Bun Francisco. 'anil It wuh with somo reluctance that
However, ho leaves legal proceedings lie talked of tho matter at all.
behind 1 il in In the form of n motion to "I am going away from Hawaii, and
iitrlke from the grand Jury report the I have no Idea when I shall return, If
portion which refers to him ni having ever," ho said,
conducted himself In a "very question-, "Ilnve you any pljns to come back?"
able and Immoral manner,' und also he wus asked. '
Ihat portion which says that Mrs. ".N'onn whatever," he replied. "I have
Compton's testimony was not shaken no plans for tlio future, I am going
or shown to bo untruthful, j to Bun I"raiii-lt,co, but have no Idea
The motion Is from I.eHloiul & Smith, whut I shall do then."
nichmoml'H llllo uttorneys, and ennui I Ho declined to discuss the motion of
down on the Manna Keu this muriilug, ,hls uttorneys to expunge the grand Jury
It 1r understood It will be tiled Mon-'record In parts, beyond admitting that
day. Mr. Richmond before leuvlngnii- tho Information was correct and to
pounced that Attorney I.oirln Andrews stall that he believes It Is only Justice
will represent him here In n legal way. to hhnwlf that his own record Is clenr-
The grounds for the motion uro that od on the points Indicated
the grand Jury, In cases wheie It omul i "As far us I know, I shall not return
mi Inillctment.Juis no right to comment here,',' wus his parting word.
r . , . ,- ', ' 5H
The Paelllc Mnll steamer Asia was
u chimed and tangled mass of twisted
steel when last seen by Captain Hurry
Ouiikiugcr her mister, on Sunday,
April 3ft, on which date ho, his chief
olllcer, J Hill, and chief engineer, S.
Aitkin, left tho vicinity of. Finger Hock,
where the steumer strnnder on Sunday,
April 23, anil soon after went down ut
Captain Gnukroger, Chief Olllcer
Hill, Chief Knglucer Altken, Purser
Hunt. Freight Clerk Herg and Or. Os
terhaiis, tho Asia surgeon, are passen
gers In tho Pacific Mull liner Mongo
lia, which arrived tit Honolulu lutojes
I mn going tn San Francisco, where
n special hoard of Inquiry will convene
whkli will have to do with making uii
Investigation of the disaster to tho
Asia," stated Captain Guukrugtr on
board the Mongolia this morning.
The skipper of tho doomed ship ap
pears to tuko the matter philosophi
cally Ashrre In Dense Fog.
The master of the vcssil has an In
(Continued on Page 4)
' (AssoclsteJ Press Cabin.)
CINCINNATI,- O., May 20. The in
dictments against "Boss" George ,
Cox were quashed today.
(Associate!! Press Cabl.)
JUAREZ, Mox, May 20. The peace
commissioners of both sides now pro
pose to issue a manifesto tomorrow re- FlfiHT AT PIIAIITI A
placing tho armistice that is now In f.we.Hte.l Press Cable.)
force. Peace Is close at hand, It being CUCRNAVACA, Mex., May 20. Tha
evident that the federal government federals today abandoned Cuautla alt-
sees defeat or a long and bloody war er four days' fighting, with 100 killed
inevitable. land wounded.
WHY SECRETARY DICKINSON
RESIGNED; REASON SAID TO
DE FRICTION IN CADINET
WASHINGTON, D. C May 12. pitted In the hands cf a-recelver, and
Jacob M. Dickinson of Tennessee will In, ordir to better protect ills Intercuts
be succeeded us Secretary of War In he determined to resign. It Is his pur
the Tuft Cabinet by Henry I... Stlmsou pusj to return to his home hi Ten
of New York. The announcement of nesseo.
the resignation of the secretury and Uuotllclnlly Washington discussed
the selection of Stlmson lis his sue- with relish the resignation of tho Sec
cessor was uiuilo at the White Hoiiso retury of War. Unotllclally, also, there
tonight. Dickinson . resignation will were those who found other reasons
become effective Immediately upon the than that given Irj his letters. Dlckln
qiiullllcutlon of Stlmsou. The under- son Is a Democrat, Ills presence In
standing hero Is thai Stlmson will tuko tliu labllicl of u llepubllc.au President
tho outh of olllce und enter upon his has nut been looked upon with fuor
new duties the latter part of next week. 'by some of Turfs political udvlserx.
Tuft will confer with Stlmson In New' who were of the opinion that the otllco
York on Sunday, when the exnet dato of Secritiiry of Wur should be held by
of tho change will be ddirmlned. someone of tho President's own party.
The resignation of Dickinson marks und who ulso pointed out that Dlckln
the second break In tliu. Tuft cabinet, sun inlght pruo ti sourco of embarrass-
Dichiusou gives misiuess reasons UH.uis ment when tho mi: Presidential cam
motive for retiring from tho cabinet, palgu begins. Naturally Dickinson
While there have been reports from often found tho discussion In the cubl
tlmo to t lino In the last jenr that ho net of party measures a personal em-
contemplated returning to private life, barriissment. "'
tho olllclal announcement .of his reslg- There were others who thought Mr.
nation came as a surprise to olllclal Dickinson hud Incurre-d sumo criticisms
and political Washington by his conduct ut tho War Department.
It was explained In behalf of Dlckln- As was pointed out recently, there have
sou that most of his private fortune lb been reports of friction over the Mex
Invested In a coal company In Ten- lean situation between the State De
nessee Tho concern was recently partinent and tho Wur Department.
SHOWING HOW ASIA RAN B0W-0N INTO ROCK and STUCK
Hawaiian Electric Named De
fendant In Child's Complaint.
Six montliB' !mprlniimmit ami a
linn of K00 wur tliu sentenco on
l.on Villi Kwnl Mils morning; by Unit
i,t Rtutou Judco tllemniiH.
Tho piiipwu nmvlclod f l.avliiR " , , llBk.i.iK U omiiimI
iti.1.1 .'..nlralm ., i.. ... by jury 1 1 , ,,,,, ,, u IIM ,
Kmll Wuteriiinn uf Ilunoliilii lliuw
ItiK ('oiiipiiny coca In lluiiKkmig In
tliu near fi.lii.o tu iihsiiiiiu cliutgo uf
Iho Oiloiilul HiuvM-ry thorn as imm-
IiIh se.ilt'iii'O iimlsiiKd until tuday.
I'lllllll'l'llun Willi tlio UlTllllH uf tliu
riiiiMliy Unit Chin on llitrllull liimln
A iluurigo suit for (20,000 ugnlnst j
tho Hawullaii Khstrlo Company Iiiih,
been llhsl by O (Iknankl, u minor,!
through her guardian ml lltuii, us n
result of the death of her .father on
Apt II 22, win u ho was eleelioculed by
cnuilng III iniiliicl with a live who In u
building ut 2J'J Smilli King Ireet. .
'Plus i iiiimlii hit llliil IIiIk litiii iilliif 111-'
leges Unit tint company was heitllKriil l"" "" Jm '
III pliii'liig IU 'Hires on tho building '
Whiru Iho Itiiuedy ucciiui'd und Unit If .liiilgu lliilillikiill
Oovernor Fieur this morning con
tinued tha report publlulied hi tho 11 u I
1 oil 11 li few dus before the end of
tho Icglslutlvo session, stating that tliu
post of commissioner of public lauds
ami executive olllcer of the Hoard of
Agilciilturo and I'oieslry hud been of
fend In Charles II. Heinemviiy Tlio
(loverunr Muted this morning that Mr.
Heiueiivviiy hud dislllied tho offer, add
ing that ho would now llko to have suit -gistions
ft im hid soiirculis lo Iho bust
man for Iho place
Tim laud I'limmlHsloniT will take of-
(Rpiclal II a II i' tin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab, May 20.
Mnurti. Mrrinrlhv tndnv r.mau.d Polle
...Mv. .... .... , .
Commissioner Henderson, who has been I
under fire In connection with the
charge of graft in the restricted district.
RAPID TRANSIT DEMANDS
. RETURN OF PASSES GIVEN
a,. T.Mii.,1.1 n,..,.i j.i .!. l. l,':,;r,,i:',S.l",.l".'.,.:,'',l'
Iho vvliot hiul been piopuly liuuhilid slillli'ii n ili'i'iee uf illttiKu miutriiUl.K
'iho ll' fill her would Hot have hem ,mn Ullilllhi'l' flolil 'i"il Kliitulnir
iilllml i iiihjuiiiiiii mill huii-miiipiirj fur u pur-
l. II IMOll llf lllll I, lli.Ul tl llbllllaulli II. Ill.l , if flllll 1IVIIIH Vllld IIIIILIHI unit lllll
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Iilhl I.J Willi II weapon ulivlimsly !"m,N,l,!ril m n ""', ! u, 'I..MM' III Hi" "mn " l.'"J '"' Wlf" M lintildwl lliii i'lltliM)' uf il
.uii.mi, ii mir f in hi
iiiiiii mi liiillciiiiunt muiliiKt Jiiiiinii
W. Kiinliinr mi ii I'liitiKi) of iuhiiiiII
lliii IIiiiikI.ihik pin il Id ii HHiwIiik
iiiiiiiiIIIiiii, fiiiiiu nf Mm miiiiiii( Imlun,
iilhl liiiliiliiviill)' iIuiikuiiiiis Id life
In riniii'tlUi wllli lliu Hun Minimi
REYES' COUNSEL IS
The Ha phi Transit mid I-and Com- as are now In the Inepectora'
pull) bus decided that It CJll not coll- slon
thine to give street-car passes to the
MUTUAL CONCESSION i""1,"r' Inspection force of tho Hoard Hon, that when these passes were nil-
iof Health, and In n letter written to thurlzed It was because the Hoard of
(Kneclil lliil let in Cable.) ' Prehldent Mott-Hiullh has ilemandisi iivalth, on account of luck of funds.
"We nlght aay, (or your Infortna-
HAVANAi Cuba, May 20, Qeneral tho teturn of tliu pusics now outstuiid-
Reyes' departure for Washington Sas lug und in usu by tho Mihltury luspeu-
been delayed. He counsels mutual con- Hon furco,
cessions. The letter was received with some
thing of a shock by President Mott
Buillli mid reads us follows:
(Hi" lllll II II I I il till Cuble.)
MCXICALI, Mex., May 20.-BUrmlsh
liahtlna between the rebels and Me.
cans Is hourly espected.
lug den niiiii Idlluii in Miiiimy
HAN ril.NCHt'0, May llO.-lhl 1st upetlmx
ss HiiultslK, U Hid; purity, t He "Vim Will, lliwiefoli', ubllKti liy l
pisv iuii iiuuiNllmi, 1'isi Sl-ld, liirnlnu In Ibis uillitu siwli wIm.1-h
wus not In ii po.lt km to pay for this
truiiKporUtlou, or pay hiiii salaries tu
the ImptctiirH iih would enable them tu
pay It themselves, and was lutiuded an
u leinporary tellvf, lo coiitluuit until
siuh time iih tliu biMid wus In u pol-
"Tho Preshlniit of tliu Hoard of Health, Hon, llnaiii'lully, lo lake euro of theso
Honolulu. roqulrciiiciils, .
"Sir. Wo have tn advise that at it "Tliu din dors feel, tu allowing tjiU
. meting of the boa id nf dlleClors of privilege tu colitlmiu for seven ir,
tills iiiiupiiliy, held yesli'lday, tl reolii- ial limy have done till, In IhU respect,
lion was iidopled risii'liidliig a former I hut limy nun li nsisoiuilily eulled upon
I'iMoliilluii iidopled I.I Jul)', l!0l, UHillU In ilu )nins iMpistflllly,
"IIONOI.III.H It.M'ID TIIANIIIT A
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