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From San Franclscoi
Tor 8an Franclscoi
China Mn 13
Maktira May 22
Tor Vancouver) ,
KpiiIiiiiiIIii May 21
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
WITHOUT A FIGH1
Is Captured In
Peter ItodrlguoH. escaped convict.
burglnr and lognrdod as an nil around
"liailman," lias been lukcn nflcr eight
iniintliH of liberty. A fugitive on tliii
iHlnml of Oalnt all Hint time,' tho dos-l
peintu l'orlo Klian, against whom ex
pedition niter expedition linn been Hcnt
liv tin- Shoiirf, wns cnpttircil nlintit S
o'clock this morning on tin tiovern
, niciit ro.ul between W'nlmcn ami Kn
vvulloa. Hodilgucs wus taken without a
struggle. Caught nt n disadvantage
by Chief of Detectives McDuino anil
Sergeant Kellctl, tho "bailinau" sub
milled like n child.
A tip leached tho police sestcidny
aflcruoou that ItodrlguoH had been
wen near Walmen. and McDulllo and
Kellett at olico look tho Held. In a
lew short hours they had tho man who
burrowed his wny from tho Jail with
Hie aid of u tin spoon and who has ter
rorised plantation camps from Uino to
Rodrlgues on Horse.
ltodrlguos. mounted on a horso
which he hnd taken from a much, wns
going tow aid Knhuku. Chief McDuf
llu, his eyes on tho rider of tho horse,
mndo out that tho rider was Uodrlgucs.
BABY HAS REMARKABLE ESCAPE
One of the most reiuarUnblu escapes
from death or seilous Injury ever sem
In u runaway esiiiM heiu oicuired yui
leiduj uftiruoon shoitly after i o'llock,
when a liorsu attatlicd to a Jupiiiu-au
hack ran flum the O It Ac 1 depot
out King strut two blinks liejond Ll
lllia. la the coursu of Ills mad .lash,
the horse dodged two street tars, half
n dii7en wagons of vurlous kinds and
It.iptd iluir of u Japamt-u b.ib girl
that bail fallen hi Its path.
Tho back Is No. CIS, mid the drivtr
said, after the runaway, that Ms horso
hud litiuuin frightened at an iikIiiu
Miortlng In tho depot and dashed from
the hiKkstand like u lOiot Tho slid
dm iiiovo upset tho drlvir, who tuiu
blul to the mound, got up and began
to (base the. Ileelug aulinal. Tlve Jup
iinese liutks and two express wagons
Jollied In the chase, and 111 tt u setomN
tluie was a procession of II) lug vtbl
ilis moving out King street with the
llurry C. Hruus today won In the
divorce suit hi ought against him by
'his wife, Mm Mlhhcil Hums, Circuit
Jiulgu Whitney sustaining the motion
of Attorney Thompson to dismiss tho
lit t Inn, mi the ground of lUMilllclent
ev lilt nee lo suppoit the allegation of
The ihifinsii off) rid mi testtmon In
rtliiittal. Mis Mlhlitd III mix tool, the
witness stand at 9 u'clnck, when dl-t-tt
txainluatlon was rcsuiutd Tint t -quarters
ot un hour luter slie vvusseb
inltteil to iross-exainiiiatlnii, which
toiitliiueil for uhout fortv-livc inliiutts,
We liave the largest stock In the city
of both Granite and Marble.
Orders will have our prompt atten
tion. H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd., !
Merchant and Alaker
The man evidently did not know that
It was MeDullle and his men behind
him and when tho "Mb Chief" wns
floao enough to Uodrlgucs hn yelled
"Hands up!" Ilodrlgnes Instantly
threw up his hands and stopped. .Mc
Dulllo found that tho prisoner hnd a
cnnelcnlfe. This was luken from him
nnd placed In tho pollen machine,
ltodrlgucs was handcuffed nnd told to
get Into tho police innchlue to bo la-'
ken back to tho county Jail, where ho
will await further uetlon by the mimic1
lial authoillles. I
Itodilgues is thinner since being out
In the world nnd ho has lost much
weight. Ho has been tho teiror of tho
laborers on plantations, whero on sev
eral occasions ho was reported to hnvo
conducted looting expeditions. (
McDufflc Acts Quickly. '
Chief McDulllo said this morning In
his olllce that ho enught the man on
tho lloverunient rond going towards.
Knhuku. When ho saw Hodrlgues ho
throw Dashes of electric light into ills
face nnd blinded him. Tho prisoner
did not huvc timo In resist.
"Wo enught Hodrlguea nt about 1
o'loik this moinlng bitween Walmca
nnd Knwniloa," said Chief McDulllo to
day, "lie was on horseback going to
wauls Knhuku. Wo wc-ro also going
In Hint direction when wo suddenly
snw him ahead of us. As wo caught
up to him I threw flashes of electric
llijlit Into his fnce nnd cnlled out to
him to throw his bunds up, and ho
did It iiutckly Ills cnueknlfo fell from
(Continued on Pago 4)
burse leading tbc way h u hundrtil
Juht beond l.lllha a Japaueso baby
sturted to run atross tbc strtet and
fell In front of the runaway horse
Tlie hoi se leaped over the thild's pros
trate form, dragging the back, ami the
Caliy lav softly bttweeu the wheels
A few hiiudrtd fctt hcvond, the horstt
iitteuiited to swtrve Into an allej-way
lending into a ciiirlage-)iud behind a
blatUMitlth shop The iiuiuial ran Into
a stout liltthlug-poit sunk In the
ground with such force Unit the post
was lonxenetl and bent over to all nnglu
of fnrty-lhe dtgrees. lint It stopptd
When a crowd of about fifty peoplu
gathered at the seine It was found that
the hnrsu was upp n. ntly uninjured,
and tin hack, almost new, had been
damaged but slightly. Appropriately
enough, tlie borse stopped In front of
a hlutUtinlth simp und almost next
door to the l'lilnum Kimral hospital
whin counsel for the plaintiff uu
iiiiuiietil Unit hit. tasu was toucliidtd
III ii brltf urgiilueut Attorney Thomp
son pioh'ntt'd his leasous why the pe
tition for deerte should be dissolved,
and Attorney I. t". 1'ettiH, in a somu
what more hugtliy and fiery talk, lintly
oppnsui tlie iiiot'iin, brhiHlng everv
aigiiment of his tasu to liear
Attmiiey 1'tteis ciastd spiaklng at
It. JO o'thitlv Tlw iiiuit piououuctd
"Motion lo dissolve the putltlun, on
Un failure to show cMuinu 1 1 nelly, Is
Attorjie) l'ttcrs then sirved nollce
of nppuil und asked that tlie defendant
be rtitiilitd to make a deposit to covtr
the cost of the appeal, but tills was
tl lilt (t
Mrs llruus, on cross-examination
this morning, testllled that iter father
had lint objtcted lo her returning tj
his home If she and Hairy Hruus ton' I
not live nnilcuhly togethtr. Her last
hll of testimony was that she was in
good health at tho time of tho i parti
tion, save for Kiine pains that had
bothered her ever since tlie birth of
liei child, and Unit sho had never ru
tin I led the attention of a physician e.
1 1 Jit at the time of the liah)'s hll Hi,
(Continued on Pago 4)
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
Siclil Hull tit It) C'ahW)
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 10.
With general uprisings reported
throughout all Eastern Mexico, with
one hundred frelghtened refugees at 8a
lina Cruz anxiously awaiting the trans
port Buford, which has been sent to
pick them up, the situation today la
exceedingly grave. The menace to
American citizens has suddenly grown
CHINESE SOLDIERS OF
TIENTSIN EXPECTED TO
MUTINY TONIGHT; GUARD
Speel-il 11 II 1 1 pi I ll CilMr
TIENTSIN, China, May 10. The po
lice have warned the consuls to expect
mutiny tonight. The pay of the sol
diers is in arrears and revolt is ex
pected. The foreign soldiers are pre
paring the defense,
GET 35 "'QUAKES
(Piwrlnl nil I let I n ral.lr 1
GUADALAJARA, Mex, May 10.
The population here has been terror
ized by 35 earthquakes,
i . m
HOUSE PASSES PENSIONS
(Sncclnl tliwluttn c.tMe.l
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 10. The
House today passed the pension bill.
MINERS IN RIOT AND
ONE ISPEAD, 3 HURT
(Pwct.it tiullt - rn"'-)
BEND, III., May 10. Nine hundred
miners here engaged in a riot with
fatal results to one, who is mortally
Injured, and three others seriously
hurt. Shooting with revolvers became
WOMEN AND CHILDREN
fRntrlnt riullctln Cable.)
NATCHEZ, Miss., May 10 Vidalla,
La., is flooded and tho women and crpl
dren havt taken refuge here.
IlAfl'toclJtcd Press Ceble.)
EL PASO, Tex., May 10. The fed
erals have repulsed the rebel advance.
General Huerta has telegraphed from
Bermojillo that a thousand rebels have
been routed there, with 90 killed.
RUSSIANS ON BATTLESHIP
l BREAK INTO MUTINY
I (Associated Tress r-Atil-i..
I HELSINQFORS, Finland, May 10.
Mutiny has broken out on board the
Russian battleship Tsarevitch, and
sixty of the crew have been arrested.
scrAnton miners in
hot fightwith police
rAscncliucil T'rrss Cable.)
SCRANTON, Pa., May 10 A mob
of 2000 rioters today engaged in a bat
tle with the police. Two policemen
were badly stoned. Two of the miners
fAsHnctutPri T'r-ss Cabl.l
ASUNCION, Paraguay, May 10.
The government forces have defeated
a large revolutionary army,
SAN I'ltANCISCi), Cnl, May 10
Heels: tiS iiualvsiH. lis Hid; p.ulty,
4 73o. I'liivlous I'liotutliui, Uh.
Appeals to Thinking and Progressive Readers
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912: 12
TO TRY "FLEXION STEP" DURING GREAT MANEUVERS
J .$..$ $ ? .$. J- s cj. J f) , . .J, .8) . .. J , rj $. J 9
COL. BELL HAS REVOLUTIONARY MARCHING PLANS
SCIIOnnU) HAItltACKH. Onhu
,.... intii a u..i.ii..ro i.. M.inrmy resolution In marching.
...u, .... .,..v. ...n m........ ... w.
hu may, boforo long, bo overlng
ground llko a lot of Chinese peddlors.'
A Hliuffling Jog-trot, a glorltlod (ftinbl ,
nation of the Indian Klugle-lllo gait
and tho cooley sluglcfoot. Is likely to'
supplnnt tho staid inarching step of
the regulars. The soldier on the march,'
nnd the Chinese selling vpgctableB
will progress In one nnd the bamo way.1
llefoio Lieutenant Colonel Hell, in-
fcpoctor gencrnl of the Western l)ll-
clou, leavis Hawaii tho most Import
nut departure In Infantry marching
over made by United Kiu'ch troops
li'uy ,,ui; uw.i iiiv ,.u i.iu .c-n.. t.
Scholleld llarracks, fclth nearlj 3000
men In tho fleldfor maneuvers under
actual service conditions, Colonel Hell
Is expected to Inaugurate tests which
have been In cnntumplatlon by army
heads for some Mm", which cannot
fall to have ImportaMMearlnR on. any
wars which America may "waso In" fu
1 What Is known ns.lho "French flex-
ion s.e,." may revolullonUo tho army,
and on this Colonel Hell Is not oulj nn
authority but also an enthusiast In-
stead of tho steady hike of 2 to .1
miles an hour. Colonel Hell favors a
Mieties of Jog trot, with which men
under heavy e-pi ipmont may travel
more than four miles an hour, and do
so vvltli comparative tomfnrt
Last summer Colonel Hell was sent
to Kuropc to study the marching meth-
ods of the French and German troops,
What ho saw convinced him that there
Is a possibllltv for vast Improvement
In our own hiking standards, and ho
brings to Hawaii a fund of enthusiasm
fur tho new era of tlie open road which
Is certnlnl contagious.
Covered with a Hue mating red dust
nml hpnrliiL' nil the marks of a hard
dav in tho onen. Colonol Hell shook
fatlKuo from his broad shouUlcrB when
m . .
( ARUorlutM rrss I'lilde."!
AVALON, Catalma I., May 10. Avi
ator Martin today flew in a hydroplane
from Newport to this point in thirl
Newport Is mi the m.iliil iu.1, ncross
the ihaiiiul frijm I'atullnu Island, 'the
channel Is dangerous, and high
uncertain wind make the (light
Captain Miller's schooner Concord
was seized this morning by tho United
Stntes Marshal on a libel brought by
tho I'ederal Cov eminent, charging a
number of violations of tho navigation
laws, tho principal one being tho fail
ure to display the number of lights re
quired by law. At a Into hour Captain
Miller had mado no effort to recover
tho vessel und is quoted uk saying
that sho Ihu'i worth $ru anyhow.
HOSTON, Muss.. April 2C Tho
HrltlBh schooner Vera rtoborta was 23
daya coming hero from St, John be
cause, sho put Into some port nlong the
way every night. Captain Roberta Is
afflicted wllh rheumatism and ho did
not enro to bo at sen at night.
"It's all right for theso young sen
dogs, whoso bones don't ache, to stay
out all night," exilalnei Captain Hub
erts, "but an old fellow llko mo can't
stay out nights. It's bail for tho rheu
matism, So I took It easy, making a
poit ovety night und stnvlug theru un
til tho sun camo up."
Tied. J Merwedo, tho fugltlvo cash
ier and bookkeeper of tho Knicker
bocker Ico Company plant In Hrooklvn,
was found in Newark. N'.J.. and sleek
for his extradition nrd being tnken.
Merwedo Is accused of stealing JK.tiO
of tho company's funds.
Y PROVING SC
tpicstloned by the llulletln corrc
i spondont as to tho possibilities of an!
",i I'rante, In Germany nnd In'
Switzerland I saw them do It," said1
tho Inspector General. "They cover.
marvelous distances there In a day's!
march, but I think the American sol I
dier inn do Just ns well If ho uses tho
same step. Wo have as good hiking
men ns any In the world, but we havel
u lot to learn. Hut don't get mo start-l
ed on my hobby," he added, with a
smile, "or I'll forget about facts and
discourse on fancies" '
Hulled down to facts. Colonel Hell
advocates what would be a revolution
In military marching Instead of tho
1UIIK. biiikihk mum-, tit: mtum ti lull
lng-fbrward gait, inado with the kneo
bent and the whole body giving to tho
weight of tho pack.
"I fully bclluvc that thirty miles
will be a practicable march for Unit
ed States Infantry with
step," said Colonel Bellr-.Ai'anythlnB
over twenty miles n day Is" now con'
sldcred n forced march, this Btntement
Is naturally challenged by nearly nil
.he o.Ilcers here. A few, hovvover are
ns earnestly partisan as Is Colonel
Hell. In a few dn-s the argument for
and against the flexion step bids fair
to dlvido the whole post Into two vnst
armies of pros and cons.
"Tho s ep Is Just llko n Chlnamnn
carrjlng two henvy packs on a plnge -
stick," snld Major Smith
rvo seen Tour Chinks carry a piano
right by a marching battalion of It
fnntry. Oh, yes, wo have a lot to learn
about this flexion step."
At all events, the now step has be-
cot)ie an Issue, and beforo long the
"Chinatown squad" will bo practicing
on tho parade ground Tho rank and
lllo look uskanco at tho new-fangled
notion, nnd for tlie most part shy off
tho Idea of logging alone the highways
at Imminent risk of falling on their
Sailors niimbei'f I ni.iung Sho crew
of the American ship I'nlls or Cl)dj
attempted to tnko tnc mannivnent o
il at vessel Into their own bauds at a i
early hour last ovenine n-.d as the ro
suit of a merry scrap in
ly tho cntiro compleiueiil of olllccu
nnd men participated, sovorjl dcntrl
cranlums ami scaire-l mul bruised
physiognomies were dlspla.vd at tho
pollio station and along the Honolulu
Tho Kails of CI) do Is jet moored
at her berth at railway wharf, desplto
erroneous repot t of her sailing for tin
vlnta vcsleidav appearing In liu col
umns of a morning sheet.
Tlie light, w-hlth for n timo mado tho
spacious deck of tho vvlndjaminor re
semble a shambles, caused all kinds
of excitement along the front when
the nature of the engagement began
to ho noised about
Tho meleu brought a number ot
stragglers and sailors from other deep
sea craft to tho scene of riotous love!
ry. Captain l.ngalls, master of tho oil
tanker, had pjnnned to get away for
tho Coast )csterday morning. Through
out the dav there had been heard mur
murs of discontent A delegation tf
seamen had tnken lenvo of tho vessel
but it wus hoped that Ihoy would re-
turn In timo for a prompt departure
for Oavloln. Hon of the proposed main exttiishui l
Toward evening tho hunch of sal' Knlnuikl, the gus compaio's lnvet
r.rs, Imbued with tho belief that they nient Is approximately icoo.lioo, and
possessed a lusty grievance, appeared Mr t'ustle says that business Is rup
on the scene. Tliey opened fcsllvltlct Idly lot rinsing
with a decided kick at tho llmltol Tho proposed refunding bond Issue
hours assigned far tho discussion tt has already been noted from timo to
tho oven dinner. Tho claim vvng'mado time It Is proposed to Ismio 300.nno
Hint tho table d'hote aboard tho" Tallt of live per cent thlrty-ear gold bonds.
of Clydo Is rushed along nt a ralo Hint,
would remind the most frenzied of
mid on a quick lunch counter.
(Continued on Page 2)
Invading Red Troops
Balked In Maneuvers
Hostile Cavalry Cut
DY LAURENCE REDINGTON
Bulletin Staff Correspondent with
ih Arnw in th PiittH.
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11 SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Oa- K
:t hu, May 10. At 1:15 o'clock this tt
t! afternoon, half an hour after the 11
tt resumption of hostilities, the ma tt
neuvers wete suddenly called off tt
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II not definitely
" "' -' ' " -' """' " """ ' " frm Honolulu To cut off this train,
Vn foot for 3' maneuver. : !'' l-olnto Scholleld. the Keds ce!,tcred
f. " ,0?; ,r .n'"1 maneuvers nl1 "cr attention on war plans and
n ht- ' 'ih'" rkable ev" 'o atlempted to thwart these
" L ,L on OahT remarkable ., plana.
" ne' "" ...i" ,k Coi n.u chlef lit 'r'" fupply train Is now coming
, ' 'an0CuCCed ,h"at the Blue n."'"1 ""K1'- u lK-itc.l within n short
gP0rne,traanIn0U5a ejed, timo after tho resumption of fighting,
i" w" on. "... ..., .!!....-u .. If not beforo
., . . , , .. ,, ,.
tt , no diucb luitt ill tnc lust nvc tt
mtnutes.oi tno engagement a por II j
tt tion of their wigons and some ar tt1 Col Wilson Y. Stamper. It consists
tlllery. tt of tho whole of the l'lrst and Third
tt Colonel Bell will not confirm tt1 Ilattallous of the Second Infantry, mi
tt the report of maneuvers tonight, tt mis two companies, which havo been
tt but the armies are on the qui vl- tt'glvcn to Hie Hlucs lo oven up. the
tt ve for orders. tt
I" ,.,., . "m" comln'n,l ic
, tt tt t. tt tt tt .. t. .t tt .t tt t: tt V I Irst Hatlallon nnd Major Wholley the
I emmnn i, mm. a.lu .... ,nT-lllri1' Thorn aro nlso two batteries
p.,', ,. i:',,i h, '.,' J i ir. 11',i
I 111 UIIU IIUIII llfUIIM UV -KIVM Al l llll-l
12 45 o'clock, tho opposing "armies"
lighting tlie "Hatlle of Onhu," havo
At 11 i'i o'clock, when the morn.
Itii'V ..tiL'nirmtif.li! eeiiuetl nml tlie.
trmms nniisetl to lake brenlh. lltn nr."". I''"8 "- " companies loaned
my of the Hlues had won slgnnl nd-l'!".01" tlic, -.-. n battery of Held or
vantages in tho tonlllct. .Tho hostile ttlller'' " ,l1'- "so trool,!' of cavalr.
Ileds, the "Invaders" who are strug-j This morning tho Hods launched
Bllng to take tho Island us n for .their attack and attempted to cut olt
elgn forto landed on Its shores hail tho supply train, in two wajs. ncforo
been baffled al seveinl points. Their tho "problem" was given out, tho sol
well-planned attack on tho wagon sup dlers were already -on the hike, and
pl train and convoy of the Hlues -tho then tho Information went out thnt
i"l'nlted States force" - had becntho suppl) train from Honolulu was
balked. Part of their cavalry had coming for tho Hluo army along tho
been cut to pieces by tho Bkllful work
nt 'no iiiuo taciicians ami mo Keen.eieveu agoiis, nn a strong convoy.
lighting ot the enlisted men
Colonel Hell's maneuver oiders nro"
giving tlio army h great chance Tho
BIG PLANS AHEAD FOR FUTURE
OF HONOLULU GAS COMPANY
Directors uf the Honolulu (las I'oiu
puny have called a special met ting for
Hiilurduv, Ma) 18, at 'J a in, at the
nlllets uf rustle & Wltlilngt to take
up the qutstluu of the proposed bund
Issue nnd to consider utlitr matters
Incident to this
W II Castle, president of tly. com
pany, said this morning Unit muiio
members of tho company are looking
forward t the Investinint of IJ.ooo,
000 In the devilopment of the gas com
pai'5 and the establishment of u mam-
m"th plant Already, with Hit mlill-
Inttiest payable eiiil-iiiiniiiilly In llo-
a liolulu and ut. Nl w York or Chicago,
the lompaiiy has u number nt
mainland bondholders. Two hundred
Every time a live merchant's name
or trade-mark appears In a live even
Ing newspaper it is adding to his pres
tige and profit if he backs up his
promises with the quality of goods ho
PRICE 5 CENTS.
maneuvers today, so far as they have
'""' """ PWng Scholleld llarracks
slriitcgk ally onfo In timo of war. nine
en mi mm u loreigu lauiiiug-iorco is in
desperato straits In attempting to cut
tho barracks oft from Honolulu.
How tho battle will go this afternoon
cannot bo foretold, but this morning
tho Hlucs are winning,
Big Problem Worked Out.
The main problem of tho maneuver
triilfl V la Hlmlt-nl nV Vint- t It n tn,l I..
-- coul cut off tho Illue sqpply
train, which Is on lis wnv in Rrhn il,i
Tk. DI...I A.t
. . lll.fll r.llllC.
The lied army Is commanded by
airy " Tho troons mRde n lonu eirrln
of. !' arlillcry. commanded by Can
ffnlll Ilkl-,1iLt MB.. I
tain Deems, and .Captain Orton com
mands tho squadron of cavalry.
Major Jenkins Is tho commander of
tho filuc nrm. This consists of tho
Second Battalion of tho Second Infan
toad The supply train consists of
Gulch Strategic Point.
A few miles on the Scholleld liar
(Continued on page 3)
thousand dollar of the proposed Insue
Is to be used In refunding the present
t-UO.000 six ptr etui Tho present
bonds are ilatid Januurj 1, 1105. am.
due Jiiuuurv I, lti.'O but inav bo culled
111 on (lr uf u r Januarj 1. Ill 15.
A II list deed.securlnir the bond Issue
is to be drawn, and Mr Custlo said
this morning that one fraturo which
would prohuhlj prove vtry popular
wllh the boiidholdtrs Is that providing
for tint redemption of bonds nt sliding.
si ale pieinhiin on a fixed schedule.
Thus In ten vonrs fronJuly 1, 1!U;.
bonds nui be rcuVcmtd nt 105, fifteen
enrs at 101, twenty curs nt IDS,
twenty live stars at 102 and thirty
Sears at par "It is predicted this
feature may send the bonds til n pre
mium," saltl Mr. Ctistlo today
liurlng tho thirty scars the company
shall have the right, whenever It nddi
JS to Its plant, lo Issue II worth of
bonds, or In olhtr words may Issue at
tho rate of one for two The limit Is
a million now.
Tho company Is not anticipating any
trouble) In placing Its bonds.
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