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12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HAWAII WOMEN ASK VOTE
Within a few hours yesterday after
noon more than half of a $30,000 fund
for tho establishment of a working-
girls' lodging-houso wns raised hy u'
piibllc-splrllcd and cffcctlvo commit-1
Ico of llnnoliihi women, j
Mm. J. 11. Gall, Mrs. flcorgo It. Car
tor, Mrs. Fred. Mnefarlnno and Mrs..
Henry Wnlerhouso coiiRlltntoil tho
loadors In tho fund-raising, which wan
nio of tho best-organized and most
siicecssfnl of Its kind ever held here.1
Ah n result, Mrs. (lalt said today that ;
tho buccobh of tho fund Is assured, audi
that tho homo Is certain to hn built,
The lodging-houso Is to bo erected
In tho I'alrtma district, at tho end nt
llnbclln lane, and although built hy tho
funds now being raised. Is to bo main
tained by tho directors of I'nlnma Set
tlement. However, It will ho cntlroly
soparnto from tho Bettlcmont. Its olj
Jcct Is to provide a homo for working
girls and women at a reasonable rate
and Its stimulus Is tho condition that
.liivcnllo Jndgu Whitney has pointed
out from tlmo to tlmo. t
Mrs. flalt said .today, that tho people
of Honolulu aro responding In an en
thusiastic and'sympathctlo way that Is.
appreciated hy ovcryono lutorostcd In
tho success of Iho movement. Tho'
commlttcQ yesterday found tho bust
iicssmon very generous, and that with
in a short tlmo ttio remainder of tho
liind will ho raised.
Just how much has been raised will!
not ho known until nil tho members of
tho committee compato notes, but It Is
well over 516,000.
Percy Iluiilcr, who arrived from
Australia, states that ho has never
heard of Fltzmaurlco, tho supposed
special correspondent of tho London
Times who was recently tho subject
of much discussion In Honolulu. Hun
ter comes In touch with all the distin
guished peoplo coming to Australia
and should havo met Fltzmnurlco If ho
wns what ho alleged. I
"" Nows received from Vancouver tells'
nf tho sudden death of Arthur M.i
Ilurns, a newspaperman well known
In Honolulu and Illlo and who up tn
tho tlmo of lils death was working on
tho Vancouver Bun. He died very
suddenly nf pneumonia, .passing away
a few minutes after his brother had
left him thinking that thero was no
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FIRST LIST OF NAMES OF CANDIDATES IN
BIG CAMPAIGN IS EAGERLY AWAITED
, Many Persons Interested In Knowing Just Who the Young Women Are Who Arc Entered In
, This Greatest of Newspaper Popularity Campaigns Arc Anxious to Help
Friends Whose Names Will Appear in This List.
MANY VOTES ROLL InHTnERGETIC CANDIDATES
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Every Payment Oil Subscription Secures Votesi Which May
' Bin Contest Warms Up
Candixiatos1 Names Appeals,. -
Htrong and continued Interest con
tinues In ho manifested In tho Grand
Popularity Cnmpnlgn qf tho Hullo
tin, mid a largo number of candi
dates availed lliomsnlvos of tlw oppor
tunity to socuro many oxtrn votes by
turning In subscriptions with tho H pe
dal Coupon which expired last nlnhl.
Tho Content Department was kept
busy all day and up to closing hour
last night waiting upon candidates and
their friends who desired to turn In
subscriptions whllo extra votes might
bo' (secured. A number of additional
"Votes for Women" it tho slogan of
Iho Hawaiian Women's Political Or
ganization, which Is holding a medting
this afternoon at the Hlrano Hotel, on
Nuuanu street, and which is suddenly
organizing the women, of Honolulu into
a live political society,
Wtih Mrs. Jack Kalaklela as pres
ident, Mrs. Kane at secretary, with
Mayor Fern, J. M. Poepoe and other
prominent Hawaiians present, the
meeting today Is of much significance.
It wat reported thit morning that
the women, tn addition to the matter
of getting the ballot in Hawaii, will
take up more domesHc questions, and
that one of them will deal with the
Board of Health.
One of tho principal mailers to ho
discussed Is In reference to tho shut
ting down of tho pol shop, some time
URo by the-, hculth authorities. The
Hawaiian women claim, said one of
their leaders till. morning, that tho
health authorities had no htmjness tn
do us they did, and, In order to pre
vent further trouble In the pol busi
ness, they will, It Is said, nsk. their
husbands, who are either directly pr
Indirectly Interested In local polities,
to pledge thenirclvcB to i.ppns tho
Territorial administration which caus
ed such f uneasiness ami uproar among
tho native Hawaiian when their sta
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MAIL DELIVERY EXTENSIONS
Postofllco Inspector Frank J, Hare
haB made a favorable report to Wash
ington on tho proposal to establish city
mall delivery servlco In tho districts
of Collego Hills and Kalmukl.
Mr, Hnro relumed yesterday from
an Inspection trip of tho Islands and
raid this morning that his favorablo
eport has gouo to Washington and Is
now before tho Department.
The report follows somo years of as-
Itatlon In III cue districts and in Kal
mukl especially during the past year
tho agitation hns hcon strong. Tho
two districts havo grown rapidly In
When tho matter wns lirst advocat
ed, tho poslonico replied that Iho resi
dents must cooperate through putting
and Even Warmer Enthusiasm
nominations wcro'also rocelved Wed
nesday, Many of theso young women
havo been chosen bv the r friends In
compete for theso prizes? und have al
ready been promised tho support of
their nominators. This means Hint
they will cntor the raro with n strong
following, with tho brightest-chances
of success, nndwlth Iho smiles of
Ilamo Fortune already cast In their di
First List Saturday. I
Tho first list of thoso nominated as
candidates In this raco will appear
LOVE AND WEA
After having been under n guard
ian's control since October, 1S!H, An
nlo Tiielma Knhlluonnpaoplllnnl Par
ker, the Hawaii heiress, was this
morning released hy .Iiidgo Whitney
In tho Circuit Court and tho guardian
ship terminated for good, Threo guar
dians havo hail control of Iho enor
mous estate during tho time It has
been In vogue, tho first being .lames
I. Dowsclt, who was followed' hy Kill
r.helh J. Parker, and lastly hy Alfred
V, Carter, who took over tho estate
In September, 1830. Tho net profit of
tho estnlc which was turned over In
Miss Parker this nforiiliig Is J223.0G7.
C'l, which represents tho earniugs of
tho Inst fourteen and n half months.
it wns reported this morning that a
WILL TAKE UP
Kollowllic the decision handeil down
by tho Bunrcnin Court In connection
with tho Jolting of the contract for
(ho first section of the belt road, thoro'
up mall-boxes and In other ways aid
lug tho Department. Tho postofllco
,-lti rii-lli-nrv ramijil l.ninvlan.tnd luln
districts without boxes, lights, side
walks, nnd other private ana munici
pal Improvements. Various bodies
took tho question up nnd tho Civic
Federation hns been particularly act
ive through a committer. N
"Tho report Is heforo tho Depart
ment now," said Mr. Hare this morn
Ing. "I don't know Just when it will bo
In poslodlco circles generally It is
believed thut tho report will bo acted
favorably. on In Washington and that
tho two districts mentioned will get
tho servlco. Mr. Hare's report recom
mends, a sorvjeo twlco dally morn
ing nnd evening.
Bo Cast for Favorite Candidates
Is Predicted When List of
Hnturday, nnd la eagerly awaited hy
many, for already numberless Inquir
ies havo boon received from Interested
peoplo who nre nnxlous tn know just
wlio the young women nro who'lmvq
already been nominated.
A largo number .of Uiobc Inquiries
havo been received from peoplo who
nro anxious tn laco soma young wom
an In tho raco but ara uncertain as lo
whether or not hlio has already hcon
nominated, For tho benollt of theso
wo will feay, that tho bettor plan for
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trust will bo organized lo handle Iho
eslnte, with Alfred "XV. Carter as tho,
head of It.
Tho legal proceedings follow close
Iv tho consummation of a romance
which has been known for somo weeks
mid has been. of much Interest to Miss
l!uB.1-!n,l!V r"mllC3 "'"" commemorate Important annl
In July, It Is slated, to Henry Galllard vcr8arcs " t
Smart, of Virginia, who has been with, ,.ri.i.:i mi,.,,,,.. ..r nt,. u- .
Ha iw. on ho "kore TU'Z
1"Z "'VI'!"5 -nualntanco soon rip
cned Into lovo.
Judco Whitney this morning compll-i"
irT ? ? 7l '" Wl,IC" ,,1".onmo ta somew. a d sappo. He '
cZ. nP,5," R"ar,,V"'o reply to his re.piest. as Dr. Whim
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T m mm ' TT?
la to ho a meeting of tho U.an Fun.l!t,n.,f";, . ,lowov7r' ,Vr?,.,cnl ' n,ur,
Commission tomorrow morning at If""1,' ",l8 """ling that tho matter s
o'clock. Tho mcutlnir in In bo held I., t111' ."'!'. ""I ll0 wMI I'crsuado
room til nt tho Young Hotel.
Tim n.nllnr nf ll,n on .I....lul..
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turo policy or tho Commission will bo """""""- '""-"J "Aurcwey oi
thoroughly roiio Into. Specincaltonsl"10 (," CKe' f"'0 lebratlon of tho
aro.also to ho drawn up preparatory! c,,m"'clln" "' ltH "n" "PW J'nR.
to cal ing new tenders for tho con-
tho first section of Uio
I, as tho cojirtYw (KH;.m throw. c" J" "? H,ll'0,'.r bJi?. ,nl',k,
all tho a.is'j.ndcara M a atu'rll,lc "'""n "'o ."' ""IT'"1.' ''."T?'1
a now deal,' " - " ' mice As tho llrst president of Cor-
, M . hicll, Ur. Whllos career as a dlstln-
SPRINGFIELD, Mass, Apr. 25. In
a speech received as a sensation here
today, President Taft attacked Colonel
nooseveu, cimrging mm with insineer-
ity nnd declaring that ho missated and
Aauocijit.il Press (ahle.)
CAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Apr. 25
Chairman hj. P. Wood of the Hawaii
commission to the San Francisco ex
position is hero arranging for tho site
for tho Hawaiian building.
Tho Itomndkn llrolhcrs Company, a
trunk iiinnufacturliig concern, has
been thrown Into Involuntary bank
ruptcy In Milwaukee on Iho claims of
Now York creditors. Hack of Iho fin
ancial tremble Is Iho scandal several
years ago, -when Kvelyn, then wlfo of
C, J. Itomnilkn, one of tho brothers,
was arrested in Chlrago as an nccom
pllco In crime of n negro.
Abdul Ilabn Abbas, leader of Iho Ita
lian movement for worldwide religious
unity, arrived -nt New York recently
on tho steamer Ccdrlc from tho Medi
An Honest, Wholesome
Beverage for the Family
MAL BUTT'S BODY FOUND
Andrew I). White, famous diploma
tist, college president and author, may
como tn Hawaii In Juno to be a speak
er at a special scries of exercise wllh
IV I Irtll ft It A fnl tftn llfatm.nll t.l ulnti.
President Ollmoro of .tlto collego Is
"If Zl'ZlZ t'nr S
jorX.h ,d 'w'wlS aTa'coT
jnell man. President Ollmoro Is person-
," "V '. r . 'JT.... '., ' " r".
his summer Is alrcndv well-tilled wllh
,llr. While In chango his mind.
' -"MIO IHO college Ol llBWnil UBUS
n Kreat commemoration program. Tho
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lahllsbmeiit of the "1111111 grant" col-
gulshed eduratinuntlst Is closely allied
wllh tho development of Iho laud-grant
collfgo ilovolopmenl and ho hns nl
Vas innlulalned a hearty Interest In
education In general nnd this system1
Dr. Whltn's visit horo Would ha a
lino thing for Hawaii nnfl an educa
tion stimulus of much fnrco. Ho Is
ono of America's foremost men. "Am
bassador tn Ccrniany, pcaco cnnlmls
sloner at Tho Hague, honorary com
missioner from tho United States
abroad on many occasions, ho has led
career of marked distinction,
The cltlsen soldiers of Hawaii will
bo Riven a chancer to show their skill
with tho rllte next week, when the klx
companies nf tin First Infantry will
shoot the reguhir army course, both
In the gallery and on tho range. Ow
ing to the fact that the men can only
get oh In the late afternoons and Hun
days. It will lake several months tn
complete the t-ntlrn outdoor work, hut
ns It Ih possible to shoot nt tilRhts
In the gnllery, the preliminary jndoor
work should bo finished In a couple
The National Cluard of Hawaii has
koine crack shots In lis irgiinlsstlnn.
There are n scoro or more of oDIcers
and men who havo gono through the
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Ni-l.it II ill le tin Cable )
LONDON, Cng, Apr. 25-The no wspapers here aro sngry at tho Amer
ican inquiry into the Titanic dlsanter new under way. They say that the
siilors are being detained unnecestari ly and being aked intuiting quettiont.
SOUTHAMPTON, Cng, Apr. 25--The steamer Olympic, titter ship of
tho Titanic, will bo delayed until tomorrow on account of the strike of firo
men and groasers because ol tho alleged unteaworthiiietr of the lifebonti.
(AsH-K-litrd I'itss C.il.lc )
NfcfW YOBK, N. Y, Apr. 25. Tho cableship Mackay-ntnnctt hat ar
rived hero with 200 bodle-i abo.ird, victims of Iho Titanic disaster. Among
the bodies picked up is that of Major Archibald'Bull, military aide lo tho
MARYLAND WAS STRUCK
BY DUMMY TORPEDO
(Kim-lill rill III-tin ClWe I
LOS ANOELES. Cal, Apr. 25. Div
era have found that n dummy torpedo
struck the cruiser Maryland, causing
the recent trouble. The cruiser will
be ready for tea tomorrow.
LOUISIANA LYNCHING I
CALLS OUT MILITIA
(Kclul II ll 1 1 "tin Cutil-.l I
DELI, La, Apr. 25. The militia has
bn called out !-. qull the riot Ve
suiting (fern a negro lynching here.
MINE OPERATORS GIVE
(Aanoclatrd PrcM rnlilg.i
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind, Apr. 25. The
soft coal operators and mine workers
today signed an agreement for a wage
schedule on an Increased tcalo holding
for four years. The Increaso amounts
to S cents a ton.
MRS. WILBUR'S DOG NOT AT LARGE
That Famous Canine Locked
In Kennel at Quarantine
"Ilenuly.'' the hlue-hloodcil toy span
iel owned- by Mrs. Frank Wilbur ol
Iloslon nnd which has hecomo almost
a public Issue since its nrrhal here a
few days ngo, Is out at the nnliitnl
quarantlno stntlon, reports to tho con
Albert Davenport, keeper of the sin
linn, Ihls morning branded ns abso
lutely fnlso a story appearing In nn
nflernoon papor yesterday In Iho ef
feet that tho spaniel had not been In
tho quarantine station slncu tho ilrnt
two or threo dnys slnco II arrived, and
ilerlnred absolutely fnlso tho further
published stntfcmcnt that tho dog was
on Fort street yesterday afternoon ai
n member of Mrs. tleorgo M. Pull
man's party. Mrs. Wilbur Is Mrs.
Tho dainty llttloInpaucse toy span
lot, whoso coming mmlo I rouble for
steamship and Territorial quarantine
official alike, wns at tho quarantine
station this morning, very much at
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$1,500,000 FOR LEVEE
tMrxH-l.tl tl ul let In Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D, C, Apr. 25. Tho
Senate today passed a resolution ap
propriating $1,500,000 immediately to
be used in strengthening the levees
along (lie Mississippi river.
MONEY TRUST FR0BERS
I AmwM-lrtti-tl r-tfi rouble. .
WA8HINQTON, O. C, A pr. "25. The"
Monro today passed the Puo resolu-
tion, strengthening tho money trust. '.
Investigation committee. ..
A GEORGIA CITY
i AmwcmIM Prr Cahtc)
COLUMBUS, Ga., Apr. 25. Fire In
tho business tection today did $250,000
H. E. IIENDRICK, LTD.
Merchant and Alakea phone 2648
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