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fVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE90AY, OCT. 3, 1911.
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Succpurors to ilrown & l.jon Co, Mil.
TAFT IS GETTING
AWAY FROM TOO
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President's'1 Tour" Lessens lii
Political Importance From
Change In Program.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Slil 11 ill Id In Correspondence)
' WAHIIINOTON. I). C. Bept. H. Tho
F.i cut iiolltleal linportunuo of FrevMrnt
Tufl'H 15,000-mllo uttliiR around tlio
cliolo li.m Jipcii mntcrlally Icnxcnctl by
H I'Dinplitu cluiliRu In IiroRrain. A 1o
Ininlimtluii uaH rpnclicil ut thn IriHt
niliuilo to nitilto it a Kort of ccitdcrnlc
hiciiMiik tour, on u noii-pnrtltwn IiiihIh.
Tim I'rCHlilpnt'H Mx neck' tour wna
ut flrxt Intended to Ijo moro thnn a
ttillmt nffnlr. llo proponod to de
nounce tho InnurRcntH In tliolr own
Iiiiiuo lownx nnil Inform tlio peopla ev
ery u Ik ro Just why lie ctocd tlio 'ool,
rottfiu nnil free Hut IiIIIh. He nn ro
Iiik In lieKln IiIh rmnpnlRn for rennm
liiiitlcm nod reelection, outlining lilspol
lili'H mid pUtrurm.
Tlio Detnoirutlc nnd proRrcKHho
liewHpnpcrH ruined Mich n howl, nnd
IniliilKcd lt xo mucli ndverco. criticism
0 he President plnylnR polities nt tho
e.xijeiiso of tlio tnxpnyerx, tlint the cut
ub fl(fle(l n,nd (lie.cnrdn rcnrrangnl
It v,an decided to make a nonnolltlcvl
mvlns und only dlicuHD such toplca
when xpeeliunlly requested to do no by
kuiiio Republican club or similar organ,'
Tho President thereupon added thei
nubJcctM to hlii rcpcrtolro of spccchcf:
Uniform dlvorco lawn.
Uniformity of law on (Other question
op whlc.li many of the 8ttea differ.
fnrtlllcajtlon.vf tho Paniiia Cunal.
nofnrtn pf court procedure, t
Trade, wltli the rrdllpplne Islands,
Maximum nnd minimum cluuse of the
Conservation nnd treatment of tho
Economy In tho Kovernment.
Extension of "dollar diplomacy,"
notification, of thn treaties with Hon
duras and NIcnruBUa. l
Supremo Court decisions and their
i ff ect.
President Tnft let Is ho known that
for a Ioiir tlino ho has wanted to start
n campalRn of education on tho qucs
Hon of uniform divorce laws. Ho has
Riven tho subject closo study nnd be
lieves that with proper handling a uni
form law on dlvorco nnd tho rcmnr
Hiiro of divorced persons can bo bnd.
Up does not bellcvo It Is a Federal
question, but ono which tho K tales
must handle. He simply wants to lend
tho wclRlit of his ofllco nnd bis per
sonal and moral support to tho move
ment. Ills aim Is to prevent the re
inhrringc of persons against whom n
i" ,,f m, so ti
dlvorco decrco has been Riven.
As to reform of the courts, tlio Pres
ident will advocnto legislation which
will eliminate delays In, procedure In
equity. Ho nlso will appeal for sup
port of legislation for tho Increase of
pay of judges, particularly district and
supremo, court Judtcs.
Jt ,1s on tho decisions of the United
Btntps Supremo Court In tho cases of
tho American Tobacco Company and
the Stnndnrd Oil Company that tho
President makes his greatest efforts.
These speeches arc a clear Indorsement
,of those decisions. His fcpccchc on
trusts ore In advocacy of snnoncis In
dealing with tho corporation problem.
He espouses the Postmaster-General's
parcels post project.
ARNOLD STORY IS
A few du)s ago u cablegram was
rccolvcd here telling of tho arrest of
l,ouls Arnold In tho Orient on, a chargo
of obtaining money under false pre
tenses. Arnold was said to haa been
I According to news from tho Const
today. It was In San Francisco that
Arnold was arrested. The. story Is told
by tlio Chronicle as follows:
Louis Arnold, a joung capitalist,
globe trotter and son of tho lata K II.
Arnold, n prominent attorney of New
York city, was arrested tostcrday
morning on Isinrd the Standard Oil
tanker Ashtabula on Its arrival In tills
portrom China by Detect he Sergeants
Thomas F. P.urko nnd William Arm-
Mrnnir. Tho nrrest was tnntln In nbedl-
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enee to u cablegram received by thol
local police from District Attorney
Hinckley of the Aimrlcnn bcctlon of
HhniiRhnl, China. The cabk gram reads
"Police Warrant money false pre
tense Issued arrest Louis Arnold nllai
Stevens probable home Clnelllli.it I.
Standard Oil AHhtuliuln About SGtli.
Itcqmst oil meet, trace, demanding
Immediate payments. Otbtrulso will
Arnold deilared be was absolutely
unable to understand the nature of tlio
transaction of which he Is nicuscd.
"'The only bill that I tun think of Is
n hill of ISO I owed to n Chinese tailor
in ShiinRlint. I guvc this money to n
hnllboy of tho KnRllsh American Club
at Shanghai, of which I wit n member,
with Instructions to p.iy the"" tailor. I
um not ii millionaire, but I have plenty
of money nnd had unlimited credit hi
tho ShnnRhnl bunk. If It Is rcvenga
tho only reason for It I tun think of
would arise possibly from tho fact that
I apprised tho gov eminent hero that n
largo shipment of colored tea was about
to bo sent hero from China. This may
have excited tho anger of cirtaln deal
ers. I eamo hero for my health, nnd
expected to stay at sotno mountain re
sort In California. I passed through
hero on my way to China last May,
My arrest wa a great surprise; like u
thunderbolt nut of a dear sky. I can
think of nothing wrong I have clone.
My mother's homo Is In Cincinnati, but
tho family Is abroad. I never went by
the name of Stevens or any other name
thnn- my own."
sRIILLfTIN Af)R PAV
The rumor that had been going tlio
rounds, that tho Mat son Navigation
Company couteinpUtcil an lncreas.0 In
their present fleet by the iiildltlun of
una or more tilcamcrs, ono at least
to opcrato on u direct run between
I'uget Sound lurts nnd the U-iwall:m
Islands, received no substantiation
with the nrrhal of the liner Willie!
inlna this morning.
Thn nnnrv unit nut til Knlpr.ll well
known oinccrs who denied that nn
such nunc us rcKirted from tlio
Coast, had over been contemplated
It Is believed that tlio ropint may
lnnc gained circulation through thu
announcement undo some tlino iik
that tho Ilnniiliilau inlRht in.iho ono
trip from Bc.ittlo to the Isl.uidH dur
ing tho l.i) lug up of the Bio liner (en
terprise. Tho Wllhclmlnn made n good trip
down i from Ban Francisco. Tho liner
catno nlongsldo Hnckfold wharf be
fore eight o'clock and lindcd 114
cabin ami lfi steerage passenger.
Work vfiis Immediately begun on I3t)ti
tons cargo which reoKci In tho hold
nnd must bu discharged hero ticforo
thu Msscl proceeds to Illlo to unload
nlno hundred tons additional freight.
In tho Wllhclmlnn cargo aro six
automobiles for a local Importer. 'Pur
ser Drew reported a.flno trip with
tlic exception of sonic strung swelln
met with nn the vessel Heated tho
Islands. Thu Wllhcluilun panted vory
closo to tho l.urlltie, China and Man
churia as tho latter stcainero wcro
proceeding In tho dlrcctlint of Han
Francisco. r t 'v
The Bteamer arrived hero wltlf a lie
wireless iicriilur In the porson ol
II. Howard. In I lio. absence (if n freight
clcrlt, Purser lrnw was a pretty busy
olllelnl on the trip. Tho o,vor-plens-nnt
.Iltnmlo Uusscl is back again a
Chief Slcward Pnstnii has a band of
entertainers In tho vessel who inado
tho voyage a pleasant one for tho'
hundred or moro travelers. "Hero's
Merry Hand" wcro a fcaturo In a
number uf entertainments given -nit-hoard.
nillTADO At Ijihalna, .Maul. rUpt.
29, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs. .A'.Mh. 1'nr
tado, a daughter.
SCIII.i:MMi:it Oct. 2, 1911; to Mr.
and Mrs. Max Schlcninicr, a daugh
ter. Small 8hlpment',of Refjrlef Sugar.
About all thu simar taken to tho
Const in tho Mntson Navigation
stcamor Honnlulan to sail for San
Francisco nt six o'clock this evening
will be three hundred lnll refined
sugar fioin Honolulu I'lynninlUin. Tho
utcainer will leave the port with about
ten cabin passengers. Tho Honolu
lu!! wn? un nrrlynl fr.otn Illlo and Kn
hlilul this morning nnd will be dis
patched from Matson wharf,, .
Hen Andrnde, u l.iborir In tho em
ploy of the Honolulu (las Company,
was overcome by gas this morning
when he uncoupled il connection III
What be supposed wns a "dead" pipe,
llo wns iincnilM lou for some time, but
nunc to lieforn thn nrrlwit of the po
lice patrol, which took him to tho
Ouern's Hospital for examination. ,
Andrnde wns working In the ditch in
front of thn new V. M. C. A building,
on AHkea street, at some dlFtaneo frtitii
his companions when caught by tho '
gas. no was llisiiiiuiy uviriuine, mu
fellow workmen saw his plight nnd
managed to pull blin out. In doing mi
another workman wns partially over
come. Audrado wn taken Into tho base
ment entrance of the new hulldliii;.
where restoratives wcro npplled. Ills
homo ii nn Third avenue, Knlniiikl. '
NAVAL ENGINEERS 8TOP HERE.
Civil Knglneor Adolfo T. Mcnnrol,
U. H. N. and Nnvnl Constructor J, II.
Walsh woro passengers on tho Wll
lielmlnn, which docked (Ills morning.
Iloth otllccrs aro en nmte (u Manila,
and will rcninlu over In Honolulu un
til the next transport for tho Islands.
Wt.klr Ralti.ll 1 rr mr,
Every boy wants something, ior the holidays, and the Evening Bulletin
always has good things for .the boys who are wide awake and reidy to work.
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Fivc Maiblr Prizes
' lit :lltl
iMii 'j " ;w. rw- ytoy. Hl
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. And a NEW SUIT OF CLOTHES for every boy who comes near to thejeaders.
Fre)t Roup riptfl tlie Volcano or its equivalent in cash
Spcond-apia Watci or its equivalent in cash
TJbLijifd Silver Watch or its equivalent in cash "
JPpurth Twenty-Five Dollar Dry Qoods OrderS3 ?i f&
Fifth Twenty-Five Dollar Grocery Order ' M " ; ' :A T;
, . i WHO CWENTEB t ,
! Any ncyvsjioy who enters his name on the 'tf u f I o'fi n 'hews boy listlor 'the annual
Thanksgiving dinner is eligible. It is also possible for the B u 1 1 e t i n Carrier Boys to figure
in 'the contest. -iv (
Is just to give the B u 1 1 e t i n Newsboys something new and interesting ior Christmas,
and something that will make the Christmas of 1911 an especially happy one for them, as 1
it ought to be tor all Honolulu at the plpse of tnis,ym of prosperity.
'This .contest will 6pep oh' Monday, October 9. alnd close Friday evening December 22,
at eight o'clock. Christmas farls on Monday tnw'yeiuv This Will give thersuocessfulone's
all day Saturday in which to fill ihcic orders,, .or spend their Christmas money, if ihcy. wish
tn talo thp mnnfiv pniiivalpnt. anri npf rpadv for a rare and rovallv merrv rhrisfmafs.
That last savors of the Christina dinner, and that is certain to be popular with the boys
TERMS OF THE CONTEST
These are ''the
ma lor prizes,
There will be
Shoes for others
of ' the boys1
who are work
' The prizes will be awarded two days before Christmas to the Bulletin Newsboys
making the best record as new.1, sellers.
'It is also provided that the boys may improve their standing by getting new subscrib
ers. Provision will be 'made forreaders to give a ballot that will help' their Bulletin newsboy.
( Each papersold will entitle the newsboy to Five Bulletin Ballots.
Each subscriber to the Evening Bulletin will be entitled.to One Hundred and
Fifty B u,l I e t i n Ballots for each months' subscription to the daily paid in advance, after
the contest opens. These ballots may be given to your favorite newsboy. And this also
admits of the Bulletin Carrier Boys being included m-the-racc
Each new yearly subscriber to the daily Evening Bulletin will entitle the News
boy turning in the subscription to Two Thousand'B u IJ e ti n Ballots.
, -Each new yearly subscriber of the Weekly Edition orthevE7vVnfmj-' Bulletin on.
titlpq thp NpwsIwv tnrninn it in to 10D R n 1 1 p f i ii RnllnlVfj151-