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From Vancouver
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Mm iiiri.i April 23
If you notice, the majority of Ho
nolulu merchant, who know where,
how and when to adverltte, use the
EVENING BULLETIN Their selec
tion of this paper is bated upon iti
usefulness to them in yetting buyers
and steady customers
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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5217.
Z2 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, APRIL 2Q? 1912. 22 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS. )d
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KUKNN1 1 Sr
I 1 I I Mill
linnicdhiloli on Hie elo.c of nrcu
incut Mils morning in I lie Kukulaii
chsc which Iiiih been lipfnre lilm sliue
April 2. Iiulgp llohluron handed ilnun
h verdict In I lie CHciili Court in faint
ol Itnlirrl Horner mi the grounds Unit
tlio law iIiich nut fnvur mi agreement
Hill ll HH llnH lllp IHIIIC III tlllH P.IKP, 1111(1
further Hint IT Hip parties wanted nil
agreement (hat would Ut-pp Hie stock
in Hip famlli thei hIidiiIiI hale Incur
h porntpil a Hpoclal eiinnt In thp bill
of hiiIp iiibiIp during tlio '!KH An ap
ppitl wiib nnlrd h Alliprt llorncr.
'I IiIh cIosph one chaptpr In a local
fight Hint pinmlhPH In lie imp nf Hit
most fammiH In plantation hlnton in
Hawaii Tim liruthpiH Inn r Iicpii
warring hut Hip iiiutrol of tlio plan
tutiou Unbolt llorncr wIhIipiI to sell
rontlol. '1 II DiivIph & Co bplng ip
gnrded an the probable purchasers
.ml Alliprt llorncr, then manager
blocked the aalo Imolicd In the fain
Hi tight was a long contest to font
an election of ollkerb. finally won l
Itobert Horner, who hehl the control
of the voting Rharen of Btork From
(Continued on Page 7)
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H. E. HENDRICK, LTD.
Met chant and Alakea Phone 2648
BIG POPULARITY CAMPAIGN FOR THE
BULLETIN STRIKES POPULAR CHORD
Many Additional Candidates Enter and the Interest Grows Daily Numbers of Earnest
Youna Women Entering Upon Active Campaigns and People Throughout the
Territory Pledge Their Support to Favorites.
DO NOT PUT OFF MAKING YOUR NOMINATION AT ONCE
Fiiot I rt of Ihoso rnteied In the Race Will Appeal I na Fpw Days It Is An Immense
Advantage to Have Your the Race Will Appeal In a fYoiu Ttiends Will See You aie
In to Win and Will Not Pledge Themselves to Help Olheis.
Although the Dig Pnpuliilti Cam I
palgn of tlin 11 11 I I e t I n tin giealebt!
ell. ill or Its kind cm held hi the IhI
hiiiIh, and ono which cntiipiitps miiio
thun taiorTiblv with those nl tin) big
1 lliou nf Hie StatcH. has hardlv mil,
tinder w ly as et Inu great hneroili
Icing lake u in tha ran. palgn llscll
.ml tlio Plight ami popular inung wo
men attend) enlcuil as (.iiulidalcK,
pioios that a populiU chord win
tlruck when Hie campaign was an
nniiuceil. Numbers of the candldatcH
laiu not walled for thu tiimoiinco
Hit
(hpTLial nifllttn Cihte)
WASHINGTON, D C, Apr. 20 Tho
educational or "literacy test" has been
adopted as part of tho new Immigra
tion bill the Senate has passed. Un
der the terms of the bill now, the "lit
eracy test," requiring Immigrants to
be able to read and write, applies to
nil aliens entering Hawaii.
The provieion excepting Hawaii
from the literacy test was omitted
through an error.
The House will incorporate the ex
ception, as earned in the Dillingham
immigration, when it takes up tho
measure. C. S. ALBERT.
If thf IHtM.iM tost Is onfitrrftil In
Hawaii n or Ihtko por cnt nf tho
prrufnt ImmlgrmitH wlin niiio iih pljin
tiillon IwhorrrM will ho turret, fioin
Plttr 'I ho ftiotlnn linn horn up fnr
oer a or 1 ncul iumilcntttnii peo
ple will ho worried until It N l flnltc
l nettled ami a new law paHed with
Hawaii exceptor, from tho 111erne tost
prm .Mori
FRUIT FLY GETS
HOLD ON MAUI
IS
CSpcclal Bill lr I 111 UlrflMsl
:: :: :: n :: it it :: i: :: it n :i ti :: it o -
it WAIM'Kl' Maul April 2n - U
The niacsot of the dreaded MpiII K
ti terrimeiui fruit II Iiiih been found It
ti In C'liln.i ounmes here Pla Cock ii
t! ett, inanaKer of the Cornuoll it
it ranch, Sheriffs Croell and lar tl
ii reft arc making an lnestlatlon it
ii A tainple "111 be bent to Honolulu it
it tonir.ht it
tt Jt
it According to the above inform it
tt ation It appears that Maul hlth t!
ii erto regarded bb free from the tt
ti pebt, hah also been Infected ii
tt ti tt tt it ti it ti ti It tt ti it ii ii ii it
SUGAR
SAN ITtWUK'O ( ll Apr 20 -He.
tv SS nll.llv.1 H- 'i 1 .d pal
Iti I SM Pl'Vlnu ipliilillliill IN ltd
ment of randldntes, hut have gone
lilipiid on nr lilnir Ihplr 11.11 tlpiiliir I
ciiiihCH iimiiug their frieudH, wltli Bin h
smiths Hint votes aro coining In dalli
Im tliPMi energetic and cut luialiiat c
workcra. Kvcnono lliroiighnut II.
linlulu and the IbIiiiiiIs Is takltig an
interest in Hie eumpalgu, ami t IiIh
nunc iiiteioHl will be Innciiheil ten
told when tho iiiiiiicih nf laiidldnlnH,
with their dull) into totals am pub
lished Within tho next week wo will
publish tho nnnicH of candidates, with
(hell voto-totaU up to thu tlmo of
WAS
McCoy
A i-Ai.,trl In elm l-pilpr.il .nit hnrltlpl
" 1 V ..,, . . 1, .... .
fiiiorltig the rp-openliig of the I'ed
Pial leppi Htntloii at Molokai Iiiih been
fin n ill iIpiI In WuHhlliRlon h I'ihmpiI
AHHlfltunt Surgeon l)r (icoige W Mi
Coy, following a visit to the Hetllc
ineiil A forrt.ist of thin appeal nl In Hip
It ii I I p 1 1 n sonic limp lipfore l)i Mc-
fi... ,,,... In lilu llti In II, a iinlllmnnllt
c wj iiiiiiii' inn ii, . , ,,,, .-.,.
I ami iilllioncli not piililld) aniuiunreil
at the tunc iii.ii iip whh 10 repori im
to the aills,ililllt of hiiiIi a step, sub
sequent events have pruved that the
KlateniPiit was tight
On IiIh return from Molokai, Dr Mc
Co said that ho hail been looking In
... II. .....linn l.alt ill tlin u.ititn limp lip
I III Ilic luiiiici mil iv ,,i" ...,...
Bt.ileil that lu wiih not then in .1 posi
tion to liuihe an iii'IIIuip Hiaieiiieiu no
to IiIh report 'I IiIh inornliiK he an
lioiiniid tho fact tLat IiIh report fm-
orH It
'I went ner the crouml iiirefiillj."
he Btutcil, 'and pxamlneil the hullil-
InpH ami have now ionic to the ron-
cltiHlon Hint If the Keileral authorities
(Continued on Pane 7)
MAJ. CHEATHAM
ON WAY HERE
(.special Bulletin f'all )
WASHINGTON. D. C. Apr. 20.
Maor B. Frank Cheatham, army en
gineer who goc to Hawaii to take
charge of the Schohclri Barracks con
struction work, left today.
C. S. ALBERT.
Major Cheatham l expeited to ar
rlvi hue nn the nrin triiniport blur
Idan vvhli Ii briiiRH the I irst Infnlitrj
rm ktiitlnti .it l.ellphnii The trans
! port Is to call at Portland for the
regiment le-ivlug San IYuiicIhii about
! .1... ..H.I i.rrll l.i.v I, CO fill, .III t.lV
I .1111) ! llllli IIIIIIIIIM .1,11. m.,.,,,1 .....
III (onnectlini with the large amount
of ronMruction that is to be under
taken ,it ihntlelil D.iir.ukp Major
Cheathani, who will be ihlif iiiarter
nuiHtir nt tin DepiutiiH lit of Hawaii,
will have niiuiernus arriingeineiitH to
make with the i hief department of the
Uexlern lililxfnn regarding the for
wiiidliig of (oiiHtim Hon niaterliilH anil
It Im Ibnllght that to Irillixiirt tlllH
biiHineHH lie Ii lulling WiiHlilngtou
ahead of tlini
piliJlicuiiciii nun unci mm uihi piiiiu
iiitlou, the Htandliig of each candldalo
will bo publiHlied dail). Ihlii Is .1
'lentiiro that will appeal to all, lor
'IrlenilH nf the inline wntnrti wilt tin ill
be able to ee the progrehH luado
each dai hi their fiuoiltcs
Reason for the Unprecedented Interest
'I hem aie a number of 1 canons 10
Oiplaln ili sui Ii an luteiesl Is In lug
taken In this campaign, Inn the prm
cipal ono Is that tho pilzcs oftered
aro on Biich a grand si ale as to ap
(Continued on Page 15)
For
Molokai
Station
GERM STEAMER NEAR WRECK TOLD
BY TITANIC TO KEEP OUT OF WAY
it ii it ii tt :t tt tt tt tt tt tt t: tt tt tt it I
tt tt1
it TRAVEL IN HAWAII If, tt
it 8AFCBT IN THC WORLD tl,
ti It
tt "Nowhere else In the world Ih ill
lit Hip Hen traveler ho tale ,ih in Ma ii
tt wall." (leclareH Cnpt Win Howe, it
It! I nlted States hteaiiiboai luipett !
it! nr In iIIfcuhbIiik Iho 'I Hauli ills ti,
tt aster and nafetv of pasiieugt m he ill
ti Mid thlH innriilnK ' ti
lit ' In no other plnrn in the woihl i!
lit Ih Hie perceutagp faitor of safetj ti
tt to piHHciigcrH ho lari,e u u is In ti
Iti Hawaii on the vcHHeli of the In it
it ter iHland Company Flip bo.itK it
tt on thettp veHbclH are lipiag iikpiI ti
it mnstantly In handling passi n it
ti kith and cargo, and used In Hip it
tt roughcBl or w titer They are at tt
tt waH ready to be dropped Into Hie tt
tt water on n Herond's notice The ti
tt davltH me alwnva hwung outward, ti
tt nod there Ih no chnute for a hltrh ii
lit or for anvthing to go wrong with tt
ti the gear, iih it in alwa In hhapc ii
it Moreover, tho men who handle tt
tt tho boatB are tlio moil Hkllful in tt
ti the world The record la n re ti
tt marknble one. They will land tt
tt paBKengerH through tlio worBt ti
tt waves I ever biw. e far an thei tt
tt waters are com'nei' nn one it
tt need feel an fear of travel ti
ti tt tt tt tt tt tt it tt ti ti It tt tt tt ti ti
COLONEL LEADS
IN TWO STATES
t Aiwni t .teil Pre. Cable
OMAHA, Neb, Apr 20. Returns up
to noon from the presidential prefer
ence primaries show tho Republican
candidates standing in the following
order! Roosevelt, Tail, La Follette.
The Democratic candidates' standing
is Clark, Harmon, Wilson.
I AMinHillril PriH. ruble)
PORTLAND, Ore, Apr. 20 Colonel
Roosevelt has won in the primaries
throughout two thirds of the counties
of this State La Follette is second,
carrying Multnomah county, in which
is situated Portland, the principal city
J of the Slate. Taft wins ten out of
thirty-four.
(Mieclil n ii 1 1 1 1 n Cable t
PORTLANI71 Ore. Apr. 20. Ben
Celling is leading Jonathan Bourne
Jr. for United States Senator from
Oregon. '.Sf
FLOOD C0STS200 LIVES
( ..iioilntptl Pr'.n futile
JACKSON. Miss, Apr. 20. It is be
lieved tliat 200 have perished in the
flood in Bolivar county.
CYCLONE KILLS FOUR
CSneclil Hul li'tl ll Cable )
BISON, Kan, Apr. 20. Four people
are believed to have been killed in a
cyclone here.
All at home will
Enjoy the new brew
I
REJECTED
S. S. Frankfurt Was Twenty
Miles Closer Than the
Carpathia.
t ARWH-Ijlnt IVm Culdf I
NEW YORK, N. V Apr. 20.-
Har-
old Bride, aamtant wireless operator
on board the ill fated Titanic declared
today in testifying before tiie Senate
investigating committee that the North
German Lloyd liner Frankfurt was
twenty miles nearer the scene of tho
Titanic disaster than the Carpathn,
but that the Frankfurt was told by
wireless to keep out, as it was feared
she could not understand and a blun
der might be made.
He further testified that the wireless
men had received warnings of Ice
bergs from other vessels, and that
these warnings had been transmitted
to tho captain,
(SlHihil Mil I I nl t ll Oitile )
LONDON. Eng Apr. 20 A relief
fund of $400,000 for those made des
titute by the Titanic wreck and the
aufferers from the disaster ii. being
raised.
44
Less Speed In Fog"Cowles
That Hip most btrltigptit marltliiip
laiiB Hhotild Iip pnssed, ((impelling ap
it n I ti h of orean liners to oliHerip the
grpalest prciaiilhuiK for tho Bifiti of
their bhlpii ami paHscimorH In fogs is
I the opinion of Hear Admiral Waller
JC Cow leu lotiimaiidaiit of the Hollo
I lulu n.iial station
i 'Dip 'lltanii disaster with lis app-il
ling loss of life, has forused the attcti
itlim of the general public on the dan
Igers of making speed In thick weath
ir in iiiMusMng mo toss ot the lluor
this morning Admiral Cowles said
"I believe that It would bo well to
CAMPAIGN FUND PUBLICITY
BILL PASSES THE HOUSE
WASHINGTON, D. q,. Apr. 20
The House has passed the Henry bill
requiring the making public of cam
paign funds in presidential campaigns,
with a penalty of $5000.
Korea Hastening to the Por
Lite nlrplPHH rpielied Ircini the Pa
rllie Mall liner Korea tixlnv Is to the
effect that the liner will arrlin from
Oriental porlH o.irl) Mnndai morning
and thereby rciehe a prom pi dispatch
for the CciiiBi. Hailing cm or about 5 30
p m for San I 'in in Im n
'I lie Korpa Is bringing nearly lion
tons freight from China and Japan
ports A (able leieheil from Yokoha
'ma Is to Hip effect that tho vessel rati
iu i oiniuoilate scicnli llvo additional
'calilii pasheugerH at HiIh pint
PRIMO PALE
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PERCY WHITE AND OON NOT
lute Mar ol 1 1 ihi imimii name nr Pinnil W hiir
aril White mil on IIhI nt ilium mimi! fmni 'I ii mo
This Ik Hip glsi of Hie iiiM. qi.im nulled iihIiii Ii' Mr In a. t)
CiMIe In reRpoiihi in li Im inipililei ngarding the tnte nt Mr Percl
val While nnd his hoii who were known to h on board the Titanic.
No doubt kppiiih nun to remain regarding lliple fnte
Mr .White was not in i ompanloil hi IiIh Hon Perdinl White Jr.,
as Htatdl in another paper Itli I aril nan wlfli him on Iiih Kuropean
loin l'di hill hclug in Miishiii IniKcltH Until of Hip Iioih lit I ended
I'unahoii while IIipi wcie iIsIHiik In I In ImIiiiicIh a few ipam ago
I haic i lllilcd both to Mrs lamle . n lathes .mil through the
New V.ork ollli i if Alexan Ii l K llnlilvln I fear tin re in no other
i otn liisfnii In he diawii than Hint Mr Whin and tiK ton Kit hard
went down with Hie Hhlp jih! wpip IoM
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NEW YORK. N. Y.. Apr 20 It was
learned here today that the govern.
ment intercepted a wireless message
from J. Bruce Ismay, chairman of tho'""' '" Konm lorivant in .ew orK
qi.. i in. i. ii,. r.i. in
Star Line, to tho Cedric in -
White
.truct.no that vessel to take him and
the crew aboard and return to
n0
land to avoid an investigation.
An additional cubpoena has
Eerved on ftm.iv. tia nrotesta
("brutally unfair."
have laiiH relating to the slowing
down nf steamers In fogs bo htrlii that
LiiptaliiH of oieaii MnerH louhl not tak
the (li.iiup of dlhoheiliiK them as tin
report of am single pimsi tiger woihl
get them Into tiouble Iti giilatloiis of
this naturo would In inillti opi rati in
lavor of Hhipnian'i rs and protpit thein
from the iKietislu of making speed at
all cost and at all risks Now up
talus or liners are ovpieted to brln"
their vet-elB in on time 1 don t ba
that the are dcllborateli aril) red ti
tnke thebe chances for I haie no wni
of knowing one viai or the other, but
It a a preitj safe gueBH that If tho
SETTLE NEW PLANS FOR
PEARL HARBOR FEATURES
1 he nnal iiiitburttie lure are an
imi-li waitiiik for lew- i- to what
liinli tin pn nit i oimrr- will ip
pmprlllt tin iildltlnlliil wofk at Peirl
llllllmr 'I hi re Ih i iiiiiilIi iiinnej ill
reaili iippinpiialcil tn inmplctp the
work nun In pnu,rPNH or Juit ulloiit
to In sliirleil in mi(i. k iiiiuiiuiKtratlnn
liiilldliig lllr iiiiiim m.irlne Imriiu lis
liiilustrlil luillillngs sewir sMtem ami
pin Im, hut ho far no prm Ixlou lia
l i n iiiinli fur wiitirriont luiproie
incntH Abo it half a iiiHlt.ui dnlhiis
is niuleil for thlw mid the Nan lie-
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MPW YORk' IMP5TinATinrl
i" "" ,,"" riccininl DDnDC
NU I UrrlUIAL rtlUDb
'Hi" Investigation of the Tltnnlo
I" "(,t n" otiiclal ono. nay tlio local
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I nlHi Inl tnvoRtlcntlnn munt be mado bv
I Mm llrl'lHli a'lmlrali), ntid It U expect
bcrnlpd tbnt thin will 1k done within a
it is I short tlm
(Additional Titanic News Page 19)
captain of a erark liner ivos over-cau-iIouh
and Binned down whenever tho
wenthir iv iih Ihlik, to the detriment of
his sehedulp he woiildn t hold his com
mand icri hum So long as captains
are expcucd to imiku Hpeed tlioj will
. lint nine to take chances unless abso
I lutel forlihlilen to do ho Ii) law, and
liable to punishment for violation of
the regulations
'The action of the HidroRraphlo
Olllre in sMf'triK Hie la.n or trans At
lantic navigation further south Is a
step In the rlMi! dlioitloii The next
step should be a law compelling cap
tains to redui e speed In fogg "
P irtini nt i I liiii I i v ire part of
tilt urn t.t i, i niL,ri i idjourns
riu priiuipil w ii iiront imA-oie-nii
nt pluiiii. il is a irtat tea wall 1B0O
tett in tengtli i(p.ilie of urcoiuiiio
clallng inn liiittlt'shlpM This will
tulip (hi phut of docks and will con
.Htiiie Hip whiitfiiKP fin little, bf the
harbor It Ih tn lie built east of the
ilriihiik .o that th tntrance to fho
doi k will in frte when ships are h -Inn
iiluiihxlde the fea mill homo
(In ilium, will he ne phtari but,
rniinhl ibltmiltd thli mn be 1I0119
tm t.ooon
Hardwig Harder.
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