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Evening Bf lletin
Trom San Francisco!
Tor San Franclscol
Trnlmpoit May t
Mukura Mny 22
.i n In ml la Mny 21
The EVENING BULLETIN k wel
corned in a steadily increasing number
of homes in overy section of the city.
The qualities that make a paper a
HOME paper predominate in the
Publicity Is The Life Of Local Trade
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5227.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1912. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
LOCAL ROOSEVELT MEN MAKE CLAIMS li
"'llio (iovornor Is going In Washing
lull to bo either tcnppoitiled or loslfin
mill have It over with.
This In effect Is IiuIiik passed up and
down tliu lino In coufliluiitlnl circles as
iinu of I lie Important InclduntH of tliu
I 1 1 tliu (lovernor Is lo make when ho
leaves tliu city to attend the National
Itopubllcnn onvt lit Ion.
Whether It comes dlicct from tlio
(lovernor I. not km,,, but It roprc, -."" taJ May In lV tha, iW.Z
sents the million on (ho part of liUi , , , ,,
frlondHDHlo what Bhoulcl be .lone, niia,;Ulnt , ,.'.,,, ,,,, ,,. llc.
hey mo passing It ulo.it! us what HI ,.,,,,. ,, , ,. , , .
ho ,oni.. '..rlberii'.oro. It bespeaks f ,.v , , ,, ml
general public opinion on I ho l'le;llIO ,,,.,y l.uu boon mil spuit"
l Smernoishlp situation. The so-called s Hlllici.,mi.dcnl ,)f Public In
.1 Uy-dallylng on tho part of hu Pros-LH(nlct)m -., ,,, ,, ,,,, lmiI ,,.,
Ident Ik iint-spokcn of Ui the most',,,, (, ,,,, 111BtIlIlt lllirirfUl,
pleasant terms by the (lovernor s sup- lu Muri., ,lf ,.,,,. ,r0Br,.,s
. ..(. mill .11 1111 (Iidun mini IV Ml nut . ,( . ... a n
...... e(, ...... U.S.. ...-. .." ..........
veutiiio lii otpn-BB their m ndB will ko
ko i.ir UK 10 Kay ituii uiey uciiuvu
HiuiH'tlilnt; ought to be duuu "ono way
or the oilier."
, 1ml about the Clovcrnor'B plana Is thai
whether (lovernor Ficnr Is renppolnt
,d 111 not there will be a now Sccretu
r) or tlio Teirlloiy. It Is understood
that Seeielary Molt-Hmltli though
often suggested as a luglc.il successor
of thu timet nor, will refuse lo lemalii
In public 0IIU0. Pi lends have said
that he has had enough of it, mid he
was inner wry enthusiastic over tak
ing the position of Secretary In the
Tliu man most Helically mentioned
as Mott-Smlth's successor Is former
Attorney (Inneral Ilomuiiway and the
inoe of Dcpittv Attorney flcneral Sut
ton to thu tlrni of Smith, Warren &
lleiiieuway Is regarded as n forecast
ol this possibility by thu political dope
sltrs who nre tr)lng to figure tho
thing out from what appears 011 the
Willi tho delay in tlio appointment
of a (lovernor tl.u Territorial adminis
tration Is In a very uncomfortable po.
All tho Uovoinor'B friends feel
i el tain that ho will bo reappointed, alor l'lilnilexteif obJuUd lo furtlur
Yet until tho nomination Is sent to tlio lonslderatlon and It was defened Ho
Senate and confirmed theio Is a desired to examine ibis piovlslou
possibility that n light will bo inndu It Is not iiiillln 1 that a lompioi.ilsn
on coulllmatloii theio Is an element may be .mangid In which stock to
of doubt that cannot bo disregarded, the value of $ l.r.iiomiu w he author
Also I hero la tho bllleruess of tbo 1(h l.ed mid a ceitaln p.rientage of bunds,
nil situation growing out of the He- piobubl) so per cent The ih tails of
puMUati convention mid centering on tbih suggestion have not ct Wen
the Covurnor, vvhjch Is not pleasing to u or lied out
",""0- I Senator Claip was In charge of the
. One mnn who Is not on either side ,m , . Klm. Tl. eolhuiuy be
lias inado tho remark Unit Jho best ,, Ml ,., ,, Hl.lllltl)r ,.,, x.
(Continued on Pago 3) r ri.Kllri,IIB , Humice or stock mid
Fei9aiiiiss jupvvmm ., ,.,,.
- " r Ho mlextir Mr President, I no-
rfM.S""' "v -Ji
yl - w Nv
H. E. HENDRICK, LTD.
Merchant and Alakea Phone 2648
MORE THAN 4000
Punahou's Big Spectacle Pre
sented to School Chil
dren of City.
BETTER THAN FIRST
Principal Fitts Complimented
For Thorough Organization
btllcve that the (ilucntlnn.il nd-
vantages uf a pageant of till kind
I nu.ri- tliiin nitikt ill for thu loss of 11
ui .1 ...... i it.... i .. .... . . . in.i ...
W(re ,,p .hUshl,.,!
im, ., ,,,,.,
before the dt lighted c)es of more than
The stcoml pres
entation of the p.iKtaiit v, .im given tor
the pupils of the city, anil thu great
tllll.-o.lt proved that botli the public
mid the private schools appreciated
the lli Itiitlon mi ionll.!l (teinl(l to
(Continued on Page 5)
KAU DITCH BILL
HELD IN SENATE
(Spilnl Itulletlli OorresiKiml, nee )
WAHIIINUTON, D. C, Air 19
Tlie hohliui; up of the Mi Crossou ditch
bill Just us Its passage lij the Kiiialu
seemed nssurtd nui necessitate a mod
lllcatlon of the inuisiire As Named
p. r.uissloii h kIviii to issue JV.no.OOO
In stoik and on npial ainounl In bonds
Just as u vole was belni; leached Seii-
tlte that bv the amendineut which the
Senator from Minnesota Just offeied
the capital stock Is limited to J,r00,
000, the actual cot of the dltih
(Continued on Page S)
GOV. FREAR TO
LEAVE MAY 14
Oovnnor Pi cur announced today
that governmental affairs havo been
so arranged that ho Is practically cer
tain to leavu Honolulu for the Ktales
on tho steamship China, sailing May
Ho was In consultation today with
Attorney Ceiin.il Lindsay, Andrew
Adams ami Superintendent Campbell,
of the Department of Public WoikB,
In an effoit to nrrango for tho Immed
iate preparation of plans nnd upeclll
cntlona for tho next draft on the loan
fund This eatly step Is deslied, ho
said, to avoid iinueiessary delay In tho
illsbiiibcmunt or the next uppiuprla
311 FOR COLONEL
HoimcviII men In Honolulu icg.ud
the KSI.lt of the Mussiiilllisctts prl- j
iiuirh., iis.aiiiioiiiieed )esterda). us a
tiliiinpli for the dought) toloi.il, iiml
ihihire th.it the majority of the dele-1
Kales from tile Ni vv KllKltlld State
will be for ftoimevelt In the loiiveutioll
at ChleiiKo I
Hoowc tit's aitlon in k no. .ml. ik hW
elubt deleKales nt larKe is received
with various expressions locally The
Tuft men sa, "(!rai.dstund pl.ij ' l'lay
to thi' KiiHulesI He can't Kct nvviiv
with It," te I'ulldwirs of the Itoi.Kli
Itlder s.i, "Vou can't lie.it Teddy lie's
the (.rente! pulltlial itener.il of them
all," anil similar laudatory tommeiits.
The liln uu.Jorltv of ileleBates so far
chosen claimed by the Taft im n Is not
at all loiueded b the Hoosevdt fol
lowers In fait, the Hoosevilt men
lure suv that the Tuft side has hi en
hulitiliil up b il.iiiulllK liiiny dele
Kiitlons ,ovi 1 whlili tin re Is a blltir
lontist mid whk h Hoosevilt Is Just as
llktly to win as the President
A proinioi nt Itoosevrll 111 in and one
who has been follow Iiik the political
dope us ilo-.il as iiiihody In the Is
lands, has been keepiiiK u lecord of
how Hie various delegations nre Kohl?.
llc sii)s that an Impartial count shows
tho-follovvinK'. us nearly us can be de
Number of deb mites 1H7U
NitHled to iiiiiuln.itu (11 ma,
It K. BISHOP
"Uuglneor Illshop could have hndi perlntendent "
the Superluleiident of Public Works) Prom other sources this morning It
position, but he didn't wnnt It. lie. was learned that Horner stands In a
could havo had It o'l a silver platter, strong position for the appointment,
hut lie wants lo stay on Hawaii." Tho (lovernor was asked this morning
Such was tho declaration this morn-1 about u possible appointment and said
lug of a prominent local businessman only that lie probabl: would nut an
nnd engineer who knows tlio situation' nounco his choice before early next
thoroughly, and who says that Illshop, week
has tm noil down tho chance lo sue- This morning a line-up was propos
ceed Mnrston Campbell as head ot tho oil by a pioiuliieut citizen In which
Teiritoiy'H public works, j Homer would be made Superintendent
"I know that Bishop could havo had and Illshop his light hand mnn. This,
the plaee," ho (ciiitluucd. "Hut why it Is declared, w jiild ho an Ideal
should he want It? Why should ho
leave tho $.100 a month Job as cngl- meroiis chairmanships anil membei
neer of tho Hawaii Loan Fund Com-ships on various Hoards that fall to
mission for a f4Q0 n-uionth Job l.ero?
"Illshop would luiMi uiadu u lino
man. lies a splendid engineer. Hut teiidonl s woik very successfully, now
I understand ho has other plans. Al-l ever. If Illshop Is not available for Su
bert Horner seems n likely choice nnd perlntendent, he probably would not
he should certainly bo a popular Su- bo for assistant
POLICE RAID MOUNTAIN
STILL; GET 2 AT WORK
"Okolehno," king of Hawaiian bever
ages, carefully contained In thrco
laigu ketoseno tins and several vvluu
bottles Is now on exhibition In tho pri
vate ofllco of Chief of Detectives Mc
Duffle. Tbo "okolehno" was found last
night in tho mountains of P.iualuu,
Koolau, this Island, and brought In to
day, together with two Dal Nlpponeso
named Hblgczo Olniru and Sngaru
Pyeda, who manufactured tbo boozo.
Kentucky has nothing on Hawaii or
Japan eltJior, it would worn.
Chief McDullle, uccoiupanled by Of
ficers Kollett, Olson, I'red. Ilelmont
and Sn ailen, mado a successful raid
on tlio msmicry nun caugni me Jiipau -
cro and brought thu "oKoleliao lo Ho-
nolulii today. The "Illg Chief, though
tired und weary was at thu samo tlmo
pleased with tbo capture.
Ileforo leaving Punnluii this morn
Imr nt nlmllt 1 IT. n'nllw k Clilnr Me.
Dullllo burned the distillery mid des -
tio)ed the otttllt used by tho Jnpaneso
111 tlio ninutifacturo of tho liquor. Tbo
house, inadu of tl leaves, was burned
in tbo presence of tho police, nnd nft-
cr Its destruction McDuIllo nnd his
men returned to town.
After plowing tbiougli the forest for four feet high nnd the other six. Aft- f tlu Mnliiika Blto cases, called for
about thro miles hefoio thoy could er I placed tho .Inpanoho under arrest May III The premises of llio Hawaii
gel to tho Japanese, distillery, McDuf- nnd bdzed the lontalners of okolehno, un Trust Coiup.iny und the Hawaii
llo and his stall had to cross a stream,! oideied the distillery dostiiiycd und Olllco Supply Company will bo tun
tiboiit twcnty-llvo times in order to (Cont'nued on Pago 4) isldeied at that tlmo.
Taft Instructed, U9
Carried lij Taft, lUlltestnl bj House
Carried by HoosfVelt, iiuitisted by
Iji rollette-luslructcd, III',
Claimed by Hoosevelt out of aliov
Tuft's strenKth. nceordliiB to this
IlKUiii.K. would be 3:t to 311 for
llooievelt, Willi 107 Of that t'.'li coil
tested by tbe colonel. The IlKUres In
foiue cases are doubtful, as neither el
ide nor mail advices have been ilell
lllte Yesterday afternoon's cable Is nu In
stance In .Massachusetts the count
was s.ild to be eighteen for Knoicvclt
anil Tart inch, mill lton-ovilt men were
at u loss to understand whv the col-1
,,. xiioiii.i l.ur muni i,.,u niL-iit I
If he bowed to the vote. It wiisthoiiKht
he would have renounced all Why
he should Klvo up tho delc-K.ites at
liirito whlili he won by a clear major
lt. was hard to understand from the
meagir cable advices and was the sub
ject of some speculation h Hoosevi It
ers here last nleht.V
In one repect tho. above count seems
to be doubtful and Hint Is In thenuin-'
in ne iiiiiiiiiiiii, ami inai is in iiieiiiim-
Is r of d( legates to the, omentum This
Is Klv.n In m. Inland papers as 1081
Illi:ijl Clf 107t !
choke: Homer could accept tbo nil
the lot of the Supeilntendent ex-olllclo
and Illshop could handle tho Supcrln
make their wa undetieled Arriving
al tho scene .McDutlle and one of his
men entered while tho rest surround
ed tho premises to prevent tbo escape
ot tho distillers McDullle awoko and
aircsted tho two Japanese and they
mndo no attempt at resistance I
Attli-ed in khaki and covered with
as much mountain dirt as It bo bad I
been pulling taio, McDulIln suld today i
that It was one ot thu most strenuous
trips he ever made Tbo "stuff" will
be used as ovldenco during the tilal
ot tho Japanese.
"Wo got about twenty-ana gnllona of
of okolehao," bald McDullle, "and In
ioruer in gel in ino uisiiuery wo cross -
ed a stiram nbo.it tvventy-llvo tltnps.i
j Wo got good and wet but pushed on
until wo reached tho placo,
"Tbo kilns were built on a pall
about lnO'fett high, but tbo distillery
itunlf. ulileb vvnu nimnretltlv vnrv l.v
lccutly In use, was n short dlslunco be-
low. When wo reached Ibero I nnd
ono of tho boys euteied tho house nnd
found the Japanese asleep,
"The bouso they were In wns mndo
of tl leaves. It was about eight feet
i sipiaro nnfl one end of It wns nhout
The supremo court this nfternoon
set aside the decree of Circuit .Indue
Parsons of Hawaii In the noted Uak
nlaii' land case, Involving the ullcKfd
homestead frauds. The setting aside
of the dnerec means that the territor
ial government wins the ciue. '
JAIL SCANDAL IS1
PROMISED IN '
CASE NOW UP
Turnkey Levy Accused
Swoin stalemeutB that Ilohert Levy.
former turnkey nt Oahu Jail, Is tho
Mctim ot a conspiracy among some of
"he line of rtofVnw in the Vat b the House, the benatc Commerce committee today sanc
gan in circuit .i.i.igo cooper's conn tioncd the rivers and harbors bill. The Committee added
'"'uivyT' accused of the very ..rlou. MW t0 th Hawaiian projects.
crime of nssaulllng Maria Walliil.ua' C. S. ALBERT.
on tho night of IVbruary 20 in a cell!
In the Jail. It Is charged thnl-whllo
. ' K ?m?" ' a frcoraieu
n1(.rP accused of having Rtulen money
f fliliiamaii the turnkey assntllt.
Jf""" "1""!"'. l" ,""'"t,Jr Hnml
A tl.n lltius flui mnllof xvna llrul
thu oung womnn was Incarcerated
i At the (line tho matter was llrst
brought to light, allegations vvero
icade that the whole charge wai the
result of a conspiracy among the Jail-
ers and a scandal at the prison was
promised iinearthment This will not
develop until tho defense begins Its
piescutatlon ot Its case The sensa
tional story was told In thu llulle-
1 1 ii some Weeks ago.
A jury wun iiupuiieieu nun iiiu uiki
witnesses were called for tho prosecu-
lion this moiulng. Two of the wit-
nesses -were prisoners, ona of whom
said he was occupying the coll next to
that of the girl and that In tho night
ho beam someone coming down ti.e
corridor nnd, listening, heard tbe door
of tho cell unlocked. He said bo saw
the hand of tho man who unlocked It.
An effort Is expected of the defense
o prove that a person opening tbo
wolnnn's cell could not bo seen by tbo
prisoners. , j
"Haw sugnr sold In New York to
daj at i OS."
This milligram ftns received this
iniiriiiug hj the brokerage department
of the Henry Wiitcrhouse Trust Co,
I. Id . and Indluiles the upward trend
of the law sugar market. In Hue with
the i xpci tntlons of tbe sugar experts
SAN ntANflHi'O. t'ul. Mny 1
toiiH quittatlon, 3 Uftjrii' Iiet'tw: 88
miulsls, 1.1s S 1-4.1 . purity, t SCc.
.pm ions quotation, l'ls 4 l-ilil.
Milling) r Hatch of the wireless test
d the tram'piicllli wireless last even
ing bj sending a wlreli-ss direct from
, tl(, Hdll primc Isto station to the Kn-
i,,,lu Mutlon on tills Islund Then.es-
..,, ,., c,ur , Htroug the full
two thousand and two hundred miles,
mid nnnoimieil that Mr Hatch and bis
fuu.ll) leave for Honolulu on the l.i.r-
llue sailing this morning
SECOND MAHUKA SITE
CASE TO BEGIN MAY 13
The next caso in Federal court will
coino up for hearing Saturday, nnd
tho next Jury til.il will bo tlio second
Commerce Committee Approves
Bill As Passed HouseNo
Changes Affecting Territory
Huge Sum Totaled
HhiI.iI 11 II I
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 2.
rivers and harbors appropriations for Hawaii as they passed
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 2. The
,anctl0ned th, rlv,rl ond harbors bill carrylnB appropriations of 32,128.530,
, in-.,,. tonAjnm .r t,. M,,.- r,,7,n,,,ii7 m. I...-J J .u..
Itu . i J 1 . ...,? P.? F . hundr,d thou-
sand dollar, is included for protecting the Mississippi river lev..,.
Hawaii gets the full amount asked
for in the estimates for harbor Im
provement work, In the hill repotted
out of committee by tho House Coin
,, ii,.,, .,. ii..-i.-
The tcln) anVctlnK tho Tnrr,ory ,D
,, , liro us fll)WH.
"Improving lint bor at llilo, Huvvnll
Completing improvement bj dredg
ing In uccordaiue with the lepnrt sub-
,., n. l,.i.i..i,i v.. l.
C2ni, Congress, second session, $7C,
.'improUng Kal.ulnl harbor, I la
LOUISIANA CONVICT FARM FLOODED; ALL IN FLIGHT
!-iniil Hull, tin Oh!, i
ANGOLA, La., May 2. The 'nvee protecting the
tion has broken from the floods and the natives ore
break is flooding 5000 acres.
P0ST0FFICE APPROPRIATION BILL PASSES HOUSE
OiKclal II u 1
O. C, May 2. T
MOVE MADE IN CONGRESS TO GUARD PEOPLE AT SEA
(flirelH Hill let In Cable )
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 2. The Houte committee on merchant ma.
rine has sanctioned the bill Introduced by Chairman J. W. Alexander of
Missouri to equip all American vosselV with lifeboats enough to care for all
people on board, both passengers and crew, in cate of disaster. '
BRITISH INQUIRY INT0fiTANIC WRECK BEGINS
(Akkik l.lt.d IT' KM C il.l, )
LONDON, Dig, May 2. Wreck Commissioner Lord Mersey today be
gan an inquiry into the Titanic disaster. Twenty-six questions will be propounded.
GERMAN FLEET SAILS FOR U. S. ON MAY 11
(SjHClUl II 11 1 I V t I II Cut. If )
BERLIN, Ger., May 2-Tho fleet of warships going to America will
begin their voyage on May 11, it was announced today,
- i mm i
TUGBOAT BLOWN UP BYJVMNE IN TURKISH STRAITS
(Assmiatiil l'ri nh Calib )
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, May 2. Four officers nnd twelve soldiers
were killed by the sinking of a tugboat which fouled a floating mine in the.
FAMOUS NEWSPAPER CARTOONIST REPORTED DEAD
(Asorbitril Prma Cable ) ,
NEW YORK, N. Y., May 2. Davenport is dead.
The cablegram iibove probably refers to lliumr Hum nport the famous
cartoonist He was one of the olleit nnd b t known political cartoonists
SUGAR COMPANY SUEDRJR $100,000 ON FRAUDS
NEW YORK, N. Y May 2. Sjl t has been brought by Attorney Gen
eral Wickersham against the Frdera I Sugar Refining Company for $100,000
because of frauds in underweighing Im ports.
Prelates of the Hainan Catholii ('In tilt Judge O T. Williams upliebi
Church from man) parts of the limn the Milwaukee Sdiool Heard in '!
lr jolneil with the people of the Prov suspension of six high school r. t .
Ident n dloceso In the observunco of membership In a (Ireok letter soror
Ht Hov Matthew Hnrklus' silver Ju und deilnred tho rule prohibiting fro
bllcu as Illshop of Provldeiicu. Iluinltlus was not unreasonable.
JV'' '' ,. ...,' '..."' . ..... 'v A
let III Cable t
Mak'iui no chanqe in the
Senate commerce committee today
wall Completing Improvement, $100,-
"These nre the sums that were
asked for In the estimates," said MuJ
or Woolen, district engineer officer
"The kovcnt-slx thousand at llilo I
tor dredging put poses alone, as we
will not he read) for further expend
iture on the breakwater this jear
The bundled thousand for Kahului Is,
nlso for dredging, and should com
plete the entire Job This Is tho work
that Is to be started In a few weeks
b the Hawaiian Dredging Co."
State convict planta
in wild flight. The
1 c 1 1 n Cable )
he House has passed the poitoffice ap-
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