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Evening Bulletin
Trom Ban Franciscol
Tenjti Mnru April 30
For San Francisco I
Hhliiyn Mnru April .10
From Vancouver)
Mnkiirn May 22
For Vancouver!
Zenlatidla liny 21
Publicity Is The Life Of Local Trade
3:30 EDITION
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5222.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1912. 14 PAGES.
TITANIC TRAGEDY WAS
The logical, medium for high-class arlM
nclvcrti.cn is the EVENING BULLE- VM
TIN'S growing prestige and purchase jjl
producing capacity, in addition to a 'I awl
universally known reputation for bus- Iff!
mess-producing ability. 'Ill
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PRICE 5 CENTS. in
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lSMAY'S STORY REVEALS TRUTH OF DISASTER: TITANIC, AT 26
MILES AN HOUR, STRUCK GIANT BERG AND WAS RIPPED TO PIECES
$2,000 A
Tlieimit I'lirki-r, eighteen car-old
heiress, ipu'i'ii of llio vast estate (in
Hawaii, mill kooii to he wedded to
young Henry tiulllnril Smart, will
i in of Hawaii's richest uiul luckiest
girls In the mutter of Income.
Vodteiduy nrternooii Miss I'urkcr
signed a trust deed under the terms
"I which the Kre.it ostutc In to ho ud
iiiIiiMcmiI us a trust, with Alfred
Outer ah trustee. Ah forccuHt Ity (lie
II ii i let In, he will bceoino inuungir
if the estate iih lie has heen while
rllarillan nf Miss I'urkcr. The de
.tallH of the trust became public wl
the execution the trust deed, whlol
wan signed hy Miss I'urkcr and Al
lied Carter at 2:20 o'clock yesterday
afternoon In the presence nf Attorneys
Hnhhiiill. Anderson and llenj. J,.
.Murx.
Hut, although Miss I'urkcr lit given
a rortune under the trust deeil and
will lime an Income greater than tli.c
of nearly any puhllc olllelul hut th
riisldem, fhc eau'l dispose of It Just
iih she wishes
And her hush.ind when she mar
ries can't, either In rait, ho will
limp mi control oxer her wealth. I
On the point of disposing of herj
property, her Income, her monthly al
lowance, the trust deed Is clear, llrni '
mid strict '
No transfer or assignment or any
thing may he made either hy Miss
I'arker or her mother And the deed
says:
"The Income meriting to said Annie
T K Parker and to wild Klizahcth J.
Knight shall he paid to each of them
for their sole and separato use, freo
ironi tho control of any husband "
Fiom Guardian to Trustee, I
(Continued on Page 4)
MONTH TO
'HEIRESS
INITIAL LIST OF CANDIDATES CHOSEN TO
COMPETE FOR PRIZE APPEARS TOMORROW
Look Over This List Carefully If the Name of the Young Woman Whom You Wish to Sec
' Win the Splendid Capital Prize" 1912 "Regal" Automobile, and Elegant $550
"Remington" Player-Piano, a Perfect $100 Diamond Ring or One of
the Many Other Handsome Awards Docs Not Appear in
This List.
SEND IN HER NAME AT ONCE, DELAY
Youi Candiflato May Bo Waiting For Someone to Nominate Her Boforo Slatting Out to
Woik, Dofornjinnd to Win Big Campaign Is Assuming Hugo Proportions -Evciyono
Is Interested Greatest Affair of Its Kind Ever Conducted in tho Ton itory.
Tomorrow ovonlng tho Inlllal list of
iiominiillnnH In thu II u 1 1 o I I n's
(iriind Popularity Campaign will he
published. This Hat has been eagerly
awaited hy many over slnco tlio an
liniilicenient nf the cnuloHt, as tlio
great niimlior nf people Interested in
tho campaign huvo hcon anxious to
Know Just who tho young vvomon are
who have lieon solccted hy tholr
ft lends to compote for tlio many splen
CRIMINAL AND NEEDLESS
DUKE SAVES
MAN AT ATLANTIC CITY i
Hawaiian Crack Is
Given Chance To
Use Skill
Duko Ktih.in.iuioku signalized his
liisler visit lo Atlantic I'ity hy sav
lug a man from drowning Hut for
the prompt uctlou of tho Hawaiian
swimming champion, schooled hy a
long apprenticeship In the Walklkl
surf to note the llrst signs of distress
manifested hy a liather, a human Hie
would have heui.sncrUiccd with lain
drain of people looking on in ignor
ance of tlio tragedy.
Tile rescue was effected In tho lly
gela HatliK. Atlantic City's newest
swimming pool, which measures till h
12V 'feet. Letters received hy thiH
burning's mall say that of the ,hiin
dieds present Sunday morning, Duko
Kohauainoku was the first to dlscoer
the Iwhcreliouts of a hathcr whir,
slightly the worso fur liquor, hud sunk
lo tho bottom or the pool Ouko (lived
for the man and brought him to safe
ty, and It was more than twenty min
utes before he recovered conscious
ness, Duke hlinsdf. In n letter to l.cwr
lleu.ler n, inertly gives the Incident
pisslni' mention. Incidentally lie men-
U. S. HITS
.The government lias thrown out all
the bids for the paving of I'e.irl Har
bor roads and stteets, ami will do the
work Itself This news, received this
morning In a cable to Admiral Cowles
from the lliireiui of Yards ami Docks,
will bo a rude shock to local con
traitors, who see In the step the pos
sible future hiss of government work
sliculd tlio bids run over the estimate
Proposals for the I'earl Harbor pav
ing were opened here April 0, the
Illlulltlilc I'.ivhiK and Concrete (V of
did prizes OVKK $4,r.0.fi( which
, will ho awarded on Juno 22, which Is
only n fow short wceka iivvny. Tim
'ntinicu of llieso young women should
ho koiio over carefully. Nearly itvct)
reader and subscriber nf tho Hullo
1 1 n will dud a friend In tlilit list a
worthy and amhltloux young woman
whom ho or lie would like to sen .win
ono of tlioso prlzoH. After )ou havu
gone over this lint carefully, and are
DROWNING
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III'Ki: KAIIANA.MOKir, .III.
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tloucd lint lie had won unnthci race,
w it'it nt the Adams Nntatorliim lit
Philadelphia. , The distance tvns 7k
sntds, (In c-c lvpgths of tile tank. Duke
defeating Shyrix k, (lie Intercollegiate
champion, and Saiiville He received
a handsome silver loving, cup
LOCAL BIDS
this city being ton ludilcr with HI.
G9t Tho I.ord-Voiing Engineering Co
asked $39,8.15, mid the Honolulu ( on
structlon mid Dr.iylng Co tl2JMiO
duly 1.10,000 was available for the
work, this being the estimate of the.
limy engineers II was thought here
Hint I'm Ip Sain would pay the added
price, hut this ufo'i ulna's cable puts
new phase on Hie entire local
trading situation The engineers will
commence vvoik witli a ymd forco lin
uiiillately GAINS NOTHING
Biire Hint vim know someone whom
vnu would like to see win tlio Capital
PiUo I!H2 Coniplotcly-oiuippo(l "Ho
gal" Automobile; mi iilegaiit $!i.'(l
"llemlngtoii" plnyer-plniKi; a peifect
$Hni diamond rim; or ono of tho othei
prizes, moio than niijnno elso listed
there, get busy Immediately and send
'In her name. Hy dnlng tlilx you may
ho utartlug her on. a successful cum
(Continued on Page 9)
DISTRESS SIGNAL WAS E
STRAUS AND ASTOR BODIES
POINTS
IN GRIM
TITANIC
TRAGEDY
.i,
Starlet of lifntrrjr. snrron, ill,
nsfrr, lirriilsiu mill sarrlllre lire liilil
lis the score In tlio ilelnlN nf the Ti
tanic it reck mill suliriiirtil Inictl.
gnlliin. The ilrtitlN nrrlveil hj Imlaj's
mil II from Hie roust, the storj IicIiik
unit lirniik'lil up to lliciiilitlit of April
III.
Alining the niiiuj .points hrniiu'lil nut
itml mntil Hit llioiisnnil'i nf more or
less vague rumors, here are some of
Hie limit Important friitiiresi
The nrcek of (lie Tll.inlr was mi
iloilhleilh due to speeding tlirotiglt
the night ami In (hingerniiH nnlers.
The lollmnnv of .1. Ilruce Iiiiuj,
I'luilrmnn of tlie Ulilte Star line, glies
the .peed of the ics-cl as aliotil turn-t)-l
miles mi hour vtIiiii the Ire
licrif was struck.
Tliere was priihahl) little inlxmnn
iigeiiiinl nf the llfe-hiial, hut the
lioals were fur loo fen
The liriner) and discipline on
heard the ill.mlr were evlraordlnar).
(lull Inn seaiiien In a llfrhoiit riiulil
he niiislcnil, rml In nianj hoals wo-1
Die n had to row
Mini) (oiiHIrllng reports us to Hie
part pi. i j id daring the wreck lij Is.
ma). Some siinliors saj fie Inslstril
on going Into the lifeboat; olhers
Unit lie walled until nil Hie women
were saied.
Illgli Irlhitle paid lo hnmrj of
('apt. .Smith of 'lll.inlc mill Ills (ifllrcrs.
Cnl. John Jaroli Aslor ami MaJ.
Arclilb.ild Hull, I. S. A., both ills
pl.ijeil conspicuous heroism.
Ilesii'rale elYotls miiile hy White
Star olllrlnls to keep ortlrcrs nuil crew
of 'lllanle from being put under lu
tes ligation In Hie I'lilleil States.
Mrs Astor heglus work of raring
for wreck urplians.
Chief wireless operiitiir of Tllanlc
slit) t'd on ship lo end, llnallj got
aboard raft hat illnl from exposure.
Mcanicr Callforiit.ni arrlied mi
scene nf wreck Just too late to pick
up bonis anil roiilil II ml no surihors
In wulcr.
First hoals to lie launched prolinhl)
hail tiiranl places In llieiu.
TesHiiioii) sljiiws most sleanurs on
Atlantic carrj too fen lioals.
Vomig Vim cut Aslor prepares to
sill In search of father's body.
Iro.licrg which 'lllanle struck wis
half it mile In Irnglli and rose III"
fret oat of water.
'lllanle ripped olY part nf port side
III collision.
Wireless operator on liner Parisian,
close b), was asleep when Tllanlc's
call for hcln weal oat, and Parisian
did not learn of disaster. Operator
on Carpal hla slajcd up ten minutes
Inter than usual mid caught Hie mes.
sage lij pure chance and providence.
Ilr. Hiishlnutoii Dodge, and fiimll),
of S.in rranclsco, ilellitltel) known lo
he saved.
Congressional urlloii being taken lo
maintain heller control of wireless,
enforce more adiiii.ile laws to protect
shipping, and In general
ii general carry nut
reforms throughout Hie merchant i
marine ueid nf which Is made evident'
hi Hie lllanle I raged)
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A now dally newspaper to no edited
hy progressive Iteptibllrnn leaders will
uppcar on the streets ofhlcugo soon,
OFFICIAL STORY
AS TOLD ON STAND
Ni:V YOltK, N. V., April 19.- I.ux
ury. Coslb ornamenlB. precious
palulliiRK, glided IHtlngs and furnish
ings, mahogany, carved nnd curved to
tho Insle of tho mllllnualro maker of
nil tho Aslor wealth. In tho oust room
of tho Wnldnrf-AKtnrla, set above the
very silo of tho old homo nf tho foun-
ller of that fnlnilous fortune, tho Sen
atorial intpieKt into tlio Titanic trag
edy was opened this foronoon.
The plain, ipiletly dressed United
Rlatett Senatori; at .In tho chairs re.
iter veil, for tho rlchcsf' and , Jirftudesl
On earth In (ho subdued setting of tlio
elegancies of extravagant wealth In-
(Milrlng Into weallli's legRcy of woo.
Senmnnllkc. short i slockv. sandv-
halrcd Captain llristron, the iklrior of
tho argosy of awe, Cnrpathla, alilfleil
occasionally In his Vent. Tho captain,
n galluut and skillful sailor, Is no car
pet knight of tho seas.
A plain, bluff man, ho told a plain,
blunt story when called upon to tes
tify, looking his liiiiulsltorH straight in
tho eye, responding without hesitation,
oxcept when efTorlH were mado to
draw him, ok ho might put It, "out of
his depths."
Facts Without Nautical Speculation
Ho offered no lmzarda, Indulged no
nautical speculation!) whon iiuohHoiik
wcro put, a direct or unstudied answer
to which might havo heen construed
Into rcllcctinns on tho dead niastoi
ami urst oinccr of tho lost linor or
(Continued on Page 6)
CAPT. HARLOW
HAS RETIRED
Captain Charles II Harlow, com
mander of the irulser California, has
Ix'en retired from tho navy at his own
request, being taken off tho active list
April IS. It Is probable that ho will
pass through Honolulu on Ida way to
the Ktntcs In a few weeks.
Captain llarlovv Is best known to
lloiiolulaus as the iniiii who look the
llrst warship through tlio I'earl Har
bor channel. December 14 last, with
Adiulrnl Thomas, then commander of
tho I'acllle licet. Admiral tioulberlaud,
Admiral Cowles. (leneral Macoinh and
many other naval, military and civil
olllcl.ils aboard, he coursed tho snip
through tlie tortuous passuge, and then
iidomplltdicd the still more dllllcult
feat nf bring her out In tlio dusk
Captain Harlow's retirement comes
as a surprise to thoso who know hli
keen deslro to retire us a rear ad
miral lie had about four tears more
to serve before reaching the ago limit,
but was entitled to retirement under
tho 30-year service law. with eight
years to spare. Ho hns a son
graduates ft mil Annapolis this year,
and ills friends here believe that a
deslro lo si e his boy take up the
leer he Is closing, liillurucid Captain
llarluw to ditlre Ills removal does
not create a vacancy, as lio wiih nn
exlia number In tlie grade
TRANSPORT ORDERED
TO SUCCOR AMERICANS
I AnsocUted Press Cstiln.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Apr. 20.
The transport Duford has been or
dered to scour the Mexican coast for
American refugees,
ICIghty automobiles wore destroyed
when tho garage of Hannnn & Henry
nt Ogdonsburg. N. V. was hurnod. Thu
total loss Is about $200,000.
(Sil.il It n I lc tin Calib )
LONDON, England, April 26. Th c crew of tlie Titanic have been sub
poenaed to appear for an Investigation here Immediately upon their arrival.
An International conference on lilesavlng and better protection of ship
ping will probably bo held here.
I xhh1(OiI Press Cable )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 20. Before the Senate investigating com
mileo today Donkeyman Gill of tho s learner California sworo that Captain
Lord of the steamer saw signals of distress from tlie Titanic and refused to
respond.
SOUTHAMPTON, Eng., Apr. 26. The White Star liner Olympic has
abandoned her voyage and returned t o port. The seamen aboara struck be
cause non-union 'men were used in ra pUcing tho firemen and oilers who
struck.
NEW YORK, N. Y- Apr. 26. The bodies of John Jacob Astor and of
Uidor Straus have been recovered.
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W. G. IRWIN HERE; HEALTH POOR
William (1 Irwin, Kan I'rauclsco cap
italist and a mnn whose distinguished
financial career has been closely Men
tilled with the development of Ho
wall, arrived) oh the Sierra from Sail
I'rauclsco this morning, accompanied
hy Mrs. Irwin. II wns with keenest
regret that a hoxt of his friends, many
of them former associates, who met
him or saw him this morning, found
him in soiucwhnt poor health and
much feebler than when ho wiih last
here.
Mr Irwin spent a large part of his
lltno on tho voyage down In his alnte
loom, nnd whon he was on deck wns
in the euro of his valet a good deal of
the time. However, the sii vojnge is
ROOSEVELT GETS
8 IN MISSOURI
( AssiH-l.lted Hppsi Cable.)
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Apr. 26. Eight
delegates have been instructed for
rtootovelt, and tlie Taft forces, dis
satisfied, have met at a hotel to name
four.
(Rfwelal null. tfn Clblel
OYSTER BAY, N, Y April 26.
Col. Roosevelt savs that he will an
swer President Taft'a attack In Wor
cester tonlqht. He la expected to dis
cuss the charaes that he had the Har
vester Trust Investigation dropped.
BEET SUGAR UP
(Hpeelnl II II I le t I II Csble )
NEW YORK, N. Y., April ?6. Amcr
lean beet sugar Is up 3 cents.
LA F0LLETTE TOURING
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 26 Sen
ator La Follette will be here tonight.
BACKS UP REPORT
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It 1 linllen Ibnl fitw, of (lie imttnru li
t: Is making nn nltark on the Saul- St
II Inry t ommlsslnn report, stnled I;
It die Hovernor this morning "I Jt
IS am very sorry lo see thai, he It
St cause tho members of Hint Com- IS
SI mission gave up so much nf tholr St
SS time mid effort to bringing out it
IS tho report." SS
lleiherl A. Snvvver. Huston mnnnger
for the (iorhnin Silverware Comnanv.
wns run over and killed hv n subway
train nt tho Grand Central station,
Now York, recently. Witnesses to tho
accident said Snvvyor jumped In front
in the tram,
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DISREGARDED I
ID
reported to have ilotio him much good.
It la hoped Hint Ida visit to tho scenes
In which ho plajed nn nctlvo part for
mi long will help him.
Mr. nnd Mrs Irwin will ho here
probably until July, mid are staying
out nt their splendid Walklkl beach
residence, which has been closed prac
tic ally oil of the (linn allien Mr. Irwin
disposed of must of his Interests hero
and dellnltely ninde his homo In Cali
fornia The residence has been reop
ened and refurbished In preparation
for their coming
It wiih wild this morning hy close
friends of the Irwlns that they will
not go Into hnrlotv much here and that
Mr. Irwin will lemnln quiet for the
llrst few weeki. at least.
HIGH OFFICIALS AT
FUNERAL OF GRANT
IHisc-l.il II u I Ir t In Cable )
NEW YORK, N. Y. .April 26. Pres
ident Taft, Vice President Sherman
and General Wood and other distin
guished civil, military and official rep
resentatives aro prominent figures at
the funeral services of the late Gener
al Grant.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC IN
PITTSBURG IS BURNED
(Hlccl.ll Hill let In Cable )
PITTSBURG. Pa., April 26. Tho
historic Academy of Music building .
has been destroyed by fire, entailing
a loss of J250.O00.
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