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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M., FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1012.
BLUE ARMY PROVE?
fConttmi.ftrf rom rq 11
rnel-H side nf llnleiun theio Inn Ktileh.
I Knukimnlitin. The Urdu, In iinlcr In
Intercept the supply Irnln, liml lo net
down l ho rimil and m rosin the lirldKn
over l he pilch, nml rlnlit hero
i rnrctl heavily by KoltltlK lei Hip lirldKn
lirst nml destroying; It, Hum luitdiitt;
Hip ltedH on I ho oilier side, of llio
Rtileli. Tho umpires ruled thai II
wnnlil tnkp shly Iteds ono hour In re
pair l ho lirlduc.
TWO DEM0CRAT1CJUDGE WEAVER
3&w DELEGATES CAN'T TO SUCCEED !
iGO TO BALTIMORE .HARDY? !
Hint nil sclf-conseloiisnoss Is entirely lino of defense hy iho wnlor lank
ioHt III tlm hrnad cencrnl proposition! hack of Hie rnvntry enntniituent. they
lint la holm worked out hern. Schn-i wore Informed of the aperlal sltunlloii
Held linrrneks Is n crent liiiHlncHa tol-i hy Cnptnlti Carter, tho iimnlrc wllh
Icko for Iho tlmo helnc Nol n school Iho ucd forces,
or eorrospoiulcnro, put n theater of In- Tho Iteds, roni
Hi i net Ion where Iho nelual liuslness of Hngera, oio emu
wnrfnre In helm; deplcled for Iho lien-' Ion of Hip 2nd Infnnl
cfll rf IIiofp who mlnht nt nny tlmo Kriimlo V. Rml'li; Him. trnip rf the.
he called on to piny their pnrtH. nt li (anlrv, under ( np'altt DKoti
Ready All Nlnht. lattery of tlm ltd Field Arllllerv
Three roBlinonlH dozed under bIk-I- 'lpr liitetianl Nml; moulded hi
terteuls ItiHt tilnlil, ready nl n ino- '""" Metitenniil Crnckolt. nii a ma
motifs nollre In Him mil for the sola- "''''no " Ptntomi of lufnntry. under
Hon of nny militant problem thai I'leulenntit Knv. ,Moul r.nn men In nil. J'cmocruti of the inninn an- ii"-
leillctiant ' m mi"" were ciiuiicuiiiicu nv i in. i:iiiiiiiix hi noiuier n in. j i.ni - mi a
rnl of Iho ll,,,lr " lluer, and were empmed lull detonation to the i-uiiM'tntu- 111-
WeRtern Division, who holds Iho key "' ",0 "eeond hntlnllon of the 2nd In- tinnnl cnnvcnlliiu In IShIHi v next
lo the present situation. ATter Si 'n"lry. 'nptnlli Mnrmmrd; Iho third riumtli.
sttenuniw dnv In Hie Hold, under real "nttnllon, Major Whnllev; live lnwin ' Already two of the deli-wiles resii-
crleo rondllloiiK, oIUcith nml men "r nvnlry. under MaJ r .tonkins; two riy eleitcd nl tlm Tiriltini.il mnven.
alike hoped. thai no mldnluhl sortie "nlterles of artillery. Cap'nln IWiiih; ,) m,ru ,Ve ilccldcd that Ihey eun't
would he decreed by Iho powers Mini " niaelilno kiiii platoon. Lieutenant KH .. f(ir ,,c trip, IM lt i, xpry
i. ...i i.. ii. i.. n.-i t ..ntn itriinlliiTer: nm! Hnntfnrv Im-m.. n.i.l..r ........... ...
All. I l.mnuwhltn ll.n lll.io.. .... .l ".' """ '" "" '.'"' "P wl',u "' ,. . . .." '..V,- " Illllllllllll II all HIP llllcmillc Mill IIP
i. mm .,nlil,. ., ihn n., i,ir i ' " ''olonel Hell planned in. exercises .""'.m' '" Kent. Ti
" . '"- ""- -""j"! " r.tt. tlrt nvniilni liniiru nlMimii i Htldl I nTCC MliaCKB m.iac.
.wi mivi ."iinir) ii"ui"i i'""""hii "i"' ,.
inleh nml rlnlit hero was """ '" m,y "1l"u lir"""
lln Cntth mttoir'Tln mlM ,' lrrPoiilit!ofl liy U
pnlrti, where llicy could keep the HciIh
Nearly nil the nctlon of today er.n
tered nroiiud this gulch, tho soldiers
HrliiK nt Ioiir nuiRp. Up to 1 o'clock
lodny Iho Kcds hnd not succeeded In
lepnlrliiR llio hrldRc.
llmvcver. tho Ited arllllerv Is ndvnn-
InKcously mounted on n Mil overlook-'
Iiir tho Ktileh and ready lo llro when
Hip train coiuch In slfiht.
Cavalry Cut Up.
There was also ncllon elsewhere.
Tho InvnillliR Iteds sent out two troops
of cnvalry lo net ns "Independent env
In locate tho enemy snd i'Iirrko IIipiii.
Hut Hip lllues were too clever, and tlio
ilcfendcrH pot the Invnders under con
eiitinlpil lire from ravines. Ko sharp
was tho llRhfliiR Hint Iho umpires nil
was not generally known, nml hnd the
ed Hint Hip Iteds hnd lost r.ll per cent,
of this Independent eanlry, nml no
eordliiRly r.o per cent, hnd to with
draw. One thliiR tho mnneuvera Is kIiowIiir
nud Hint Is the wIIIIiiriicss ami enthu
siasm of the enlisted men. They nro
cnll been Riven, the sleeping nrmy
'could have been brmiRlit Into nctlon In
very short order.
I About 4 o'clock yesterdny nftprnoon
.Infantry, artillery nnd cavalry had re-
Iflirimil In limit rnunof-llvn r-flltliiil nil
Iho .Ioiips ranch, only n short dlstnuco
from Iho Infnnlry cniitnnmont of Scho
Iteld. It wns n very llred lot of sol
diers Hint ended their dny nf mimic
wnrfnre. although not ono of tho Inds
In khnkl would hnvo admitted It If ho
had been met on his return lo camp
with an order to march nround Oaliu
before supper. Kveryono Is keenly In-
Itercsled In Iho success of llio present
Inspection, nnd everyone, from. Iho
eomniniidliiR officer to tho greenest re
i emit. Is "pullliiR" for Iho good nnmo
I of tho Department nf Hawaii. If Iho
mobile nrmy doesn't enmo off with fly
' leg colors, it won't bo tho fault nf tho
! high privates III tho rear rank.
I Battle Realistic.
I Yesterday there was n bntllo royal
between tho Iteds nnd Iho lllues, the
Three separnte ntlncks were made
on Hie lied position, but tho first two
were mero feints, the llnnl effort bo
lug reserved for Iho third onslaught
on tho "111111 red line of 'crops," A
frontal nltnck wns first mnde on llio
talk over the situation ami
discuss measures In Rive llnwnll lliinr
Iiiiiih mi nileiiiiate represi iitatliiu.
I'liatrmnti Paebeco of the Territorial
fpiilrnl committee bus called n inwlliii;
fur next Wednesday evening.
Hen l.ons of Muul nml O.ivld I'.un-
. i..i. .nil r - ( .. I i'uii.eii inu ihcun null i mi iinii'ii, nil-
laying the big wnr Rnmo for nil It Is KnrrlRcm r Solole,( JCnK ,M,C .
. I .. " nn cr 'i'" lm . 'l0 K!' mB " "" ntlnekliiR nnd n defomllnR force.
V..,B,Ai"inl.ILr iy":,-r'R"tl by colors for purposes of
. i . ..?.. . ""'""""" I liilmle wnrfnre. In wns nulny of Incl-
MnJur Smith said lodav that Hip mn
neuvers nrp hnvliiR n lino pfferl. "They
nro brhiRliiR Iho men togethpr its
nothing else could do," bo said lo Hip
Bulletin. Incldenlnllv. It may ho
remarked Hint except for ono mnrch
lastyear tho Spcond Infantry hasn't
been together hIiico coiiiIiir lo Iho 1st-aiul)
dent, hut fortunntely, with a few minor
exceptions, not n day of necldent. Al
thoiiRh there were more tlinu n hun
dred of tho tbcoretlenlly wounded
(hero were only three Hint ne. ded thoi mnrch before llio lino clashed wllh the
main position, Iho Iteds covering Iho m"- ""' I,n" ""'"" "'K",'!''r- '""''
front of their line with Ihrlr rivnlry, ''''WiH''". ""' ' Unit tb.-y lll l.e
tinlll flnnlly driven In. The second nt- ""ble to get to llnlllmnr.- i:.illK..
lack wns mnde on llio flank liv three "'"" eliiied as represintlim K nml. and
I roups or mvnlry, dismounted, Hint bv ' oecnslonnl much surprlf... Hlnn n.
I'.ood wml reached blph Riouml on the wns received that lie Is nut riiIhk to
right ol Iho enemy's Hue. Hut both Hie convention. Ilh rcninns me not
were feints, the real ntlnek ciiiiIiir on known. There Is mid to lie a hii
tho Iteds' left, bv dismounted cavalry, blllly Hint Lyons will cIhuikc lit" inlml
nclliiR as Infnnlry. nnd llio relnforcc- Kevernl prouilnent Di'iiimT.ils would
meats of the Port Shnfler batlnlloli, have been rI.iiI of the elm lo Mi
mider Mnjnr Wholley, which nrrlved us a lucinlier of Hie IipiihhiiiHc i-
on tho scene nf nctlon In time lo Join clave In llultliuore, hut nere not
In Iho nltnck. I named. K. M. WiiImmi umt v A K'ln-
In the innln, tlie.lllue army wns sue- ney hntli expect to be In IUitlliinir
cessful, although, had It been n ensoj during the ronvcnllou.. Ilnih have been
of actual wnrfaro.Hio Ited force wouldin,, u,,. i,mluland for mine umntlix nml
hnvo been reinforced by Iho tlieoretl- ,.re (re when the ei.mintt.m w..s
cnl nrmy which wns nppronchltiK Hip. M.,i. William Woller win tntked of
pass from llio son nnd which would fnr oelegate. and It I- sild lie iinild
nave i.ecii on mo nniiiciieiu in unio 10 lvMP , Imlm,,, ,, !.,..,,
lend valuable assistance to Us ndwmce! r.rred not to
Riinnl. I , m ,
The lllues had n grand hike of II,'
nnd there were some hard-blown sol
dlprs Hint enmp Into enmp nt the end
of tho dny. Tho lllup nltnck was
launched from the neighborhood of
Wnhlnwn, nnd It wns fully n live mile
II W nol eii'r.ill iiii-Iit tiin-l tti it
Hie reKlglllltlilll of .lli'lo Jiuuli f Imi-I
or I he I'trill I'll'i nit, K.iiiiiI. tins It. ii
fnrwiifili'd In Wrllliu: In frevliliiit Ti.it.
wliu lias the power of tilling llic'i' Ju
dicial pntllliins In the Trr!lnr.
t'l'i'ii receipt nf Ihc iclgimlliin llm
I'reslilent will cull fnr ri-.'ntninrttil.i
tlnus fur a miiHwiir tn tlm itllHe. pend
ing his roquctt t tin. Iinr Assiici.itlnii
nr Iho Territory mid In llnvenmr
1'rear. The recommendation nf tin
Territorial llelegiitp In I'lingress iil-o
Is said to have an Important lii-aring
on the appointment.
.fudge P. L. Weaver, examiner nf
laud titles. Is regarded as the in. in
liui-t likely to git the place
WAR PROBLEMS WORKED
' OUT OVER ISLAND HILLS
attention nf the real hospital corps.
Ono of these wns n rnvnlry trooper
whoso' horse fell with hlui during n
clmrRp, and llio others wore muslclnns,
serving with the snullnry troops, who
came to grief when an ambulance ov-
lied outposts, strung out bv Iho Infan
try enulonmenl nl Seholleld.
"Bead and Wounded."
A feilum of the bnllle were Hip
"ilpni! and wounded." After particu
larly hot engagements tho umpires
erlurned on tho return trip to tho Held counted out those lo bo left on the Hold
bosnltnl from Iho accno nf bnllle. The of bnttlp, tplllng ench mnn what wns
AT ARMY HEAP
, Coviriuir I'rciir this morning r. ,ip
piilntcil .Iiihn II Klsher tu serve ns
Tirrllurlal nuillliir for the fuur-yeir
Al the same time be appelated J
SI. po'.tsctt In the board of prlsmi
Inspcclnrx nf the Klrst Juillelal Dim
trlit. In till the vacancy left by the
reslgnatlnii nr ileiirrul IMwuril Davis
Ilnih aiinliitinent fnlluw en.hirsc
itients nf tlie men to thcic- poiltlou.
Miv the Territorial ltiuil.lcan central
! Audltiir I'lsher lias been scnlng c.
!"l nli!iiei-" since the explriillnn nr liii
Insl fiiiir-year term last rail (tin. i it
I 'litis rests 1 rmm the Imn.l ..r 1"
1'pccliirs several weeks agn.
i l.nverilor I'Veill amioilln-es Unit He
iii'ulntineiit nf tun new nii-mh. r.-. to
the streets and gradPH einnmlisliui .unl I
one new member to the rencc inn
iiiihmIiiii rm- Kail, IIiimiiII, will In- maile
wllhlo the next day nr tun.
WA8IIINHTON, April 2fi. Tlior- UIi.Hi.t a mimwur In M.irsi.m
was nn exciting session of the bouse' 'aiiiplioll. suiicrluteiuleut ot public
mlMlnry comtnllleo today on the Sulzer winks, will he nniinum-eil t.efnre Hi.
envnlrvmnli wnu uorlniislv liurl. mill I tllh matter Willi llllll. Tills lie repent-""", provilllllg I Hill I lie llllinillT OF " inn K uei.llllire Inr llle niallll.lllil
Mm niiierK mirrere.l n imlnriil slinkln-T ' ed to tho surgeon when discovered,, chaplains In tho nrmv be Increased ,y not Tuesilay Is uiiUuimn, allliuiigli It
The Itlue nnd Iho lied nr
Sr'ltni.M.:Lll ItAltltACIKH. ' rinliu.
Mnv III- All nllleer. who fnr snventeeli Hielr bloodless Wnrfnre for
venrs has worn Hip uniform or llm Kolekolo pass, nnd Iho Iteds. Iho do-
I'nllpd Stntps, said Inst night: "Thcsi b'ndhiR force, supposed to represent
lire the most Important inaneuvers Invading nrmy. wpro drlvpn back
that have evpr been held to my ktmwl- '""" IJielr position after somo alinrp
I'dge mrl In m,v personal experience,' "Kb'lng.
noil I've been to n dozen camps, liy The Situation,
that I mean thai we hnvo proved that The general hilunllnn for llio pur-
Iho thi'pp nrms of Hip scrvleo, stutlnu- poses of ninneuvors was Hint the lied
cd together nt ono largo post, can bo nrmy hnd, by surprise, selr.ed Kolekolo
thrown Into Iho Held on llio slimiest pass, nnd hnd been ordered In push
kind of notice, nnd can elllelenlly per-- forward and occupy n position nnd do-
ortn their several functions ns well ns fend It, to cover the debouching of Iho
though Ihey had had n week's mil Ice main Ited force through tho pass.
of active service. This Is n war gnmoi The lllues wpro lo advnneo and
only, but If n hostile force was binding' force Iho Itpds out of the puss, so as-ro()I)() otl0r uinn Knying Hint tho dny
on wlnilwnril Oaliu. thern would have, to obstruct It for tho pnsungo of tho (11( )con a unrepgafnj one. Colonel
neen nn oven belter bIiowiiir maile livninin Ken nrmy. uinn mies wpro in ; i,.,.. i i(,.,.nni: i.i., ninns verv close
r.. i ..r ii... ui i . ..r ii... ,.,i,....w i - . . '
,...,.,.. ..,.... o.i.-i.i, .... ..v...,..!!,,, entire success of the Inspection
null illllll nilini inn ni'l'i iLMinmu nni-
tloti of tho other.
Tho Hods lofl enmp nt K o'clock, nnd
at II, when they hnd tnken up their
I nnd lucky were those whoso Injuries; two. This wns with tin- Iden thai at l considered Imminent.
,.,. ,..,.,ilreinilred their being Inkcn lo camp on'loast ono of Ihosp c'liaplalns. If noi Tills, as well as a number of minor
r enVilrnl ..r;K,TO,,''crs- 'r'lc' li'turlntcil on com- I'olli. should ho of the Jewish rnlth ' matters. Is expte.l t. clear
r oniroi o'ii,,,.,,),, rn!jV1Hi w)l0 ,lcr ipHH-fm-m.rboso who appeared In behnlf of the fore be starts mi bis Journey. He I-.
unto coinpanlons-lnnrms, who were bill were Dr. Nnlhnn Krass, Nlsslm imslly engageil In etlllng a lark-i
merely shot through the nrm or shoul! Helmr, Anroti W, Levi and Snmnel aim t of ililall wnrU. ilelilng tnl.-.ivi
dcr. trudged tho dust In tho wnke ofi ITIeilman of New York nml llrn-iUyii. "s mile executive work us pwdhlc tn
the retuinlug trisips, nml dually re
ported nt tho Held hospital for llmorel
Colonel .Mansfield, In command of
the' troops In Ihc Held, expressed hiii
self last night ns well snthlled with
Iho Initial day's work. Lleiiteiinnt: sbould ho appointed and should
Colonel Hell, who, ns Inspector gener
nl has full swing, could not, on account
of bis olllclnl position, innko nny state
ment ns to tho showing mnde liy Iho
They pointed out to the comiultlce ImnU-ii Hie nitlini goierimr during his
Hint therp.woip novernl tliinisnnd Jews t'bsence.
In the vnlisled force r thp nrmy. and 'I'll'.' matter or advertising n public
Hint Hip list of Hip' ch'niilnlns Included hearing tn ilctermlue whether three
no reprcseiilnllvo of (heir religion. II new fiucul reserves sImII be e.-l.ililiiieil
was suggesteil that one or two ramus mi uie isiamis nr .MuinLal, Oaliu ami
visit A'"iil may be lift tu the li mpuruo
. exieiillM'-. nllentlun.
the mobile I roups, and that Is saying
It good ileal."
This may bo taken "without salt" ns
the frntik stulemcnt of one so engross
ed In tho copducl of his own business
.iioir shiiii.1 jmii uis' siH ''luiisisi 'i:si im
ojl'o iM dn opis uiOu s;
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oin Aq popuui
sj gjnjmjnj jnoA uoiM )nq !1bCIij s pu sun
tnnneuvcrs depeudlng on their itncx-
Fort Shaffer's Good Record.
The curly arrival nml good condition
of the battalion from Port Shall or wns
I Iho subject of much fnvorahlo com
I men! yesterday. Mnjor Wholley's
command showed up in tlmo to tnke
part In Hie llluo nltnck, nml their day's
I work was nhout the most strenuous
recorded In local nrmy ntinals,
I . -
A single case of smallpox In the
i-leernge of the liner Cedrle nt Now
Yolk from the .Modllerrnneun, resulted
In the liausfer ot 200 third-crass pas
sengers who had been exposed to tho
disease to Iho detention hospital on
the various posts.
The eiliement of the session began
when Itabbl Kdwaril tlronn of Ohio
began Ids address, lie was not In ac
cord with the other speakers, although
he urged favorable action ou the hill.
Doctor Krass protested ngnlnst somo
of the personalities In which Doctor
llfimn Indulged, and ItcprcKctitntiw)
Anthony repeatedly asked that Inn
Riinge used by Doctor Hrown bo ollin
nnled from the record, nml especially
Hint part which nl lacked President
Tnft ntld former President llnosevelt.
Ilehnr. who Is general seclplnry of
'he Ppde.ntlon of Jewish Associations
of New York, called nt tho wnr depart
ment shortly nfter leaving Hie enpllnl.'
Ho vlsllpil (leneral Leunnnl Wood,
chief of Hip staff, nnd urged tils sup
ort. Spenklng of the appointment of
n Jewish chaplain. I'ehnr '-aid Hint tho
prospects were bright for such nctlon.
Hi) I let In Want Ads will Inn! li.
Ili'llalile pirt til-Ills tn lease liupiin
eil place liir poultr ratslllg. ' tn T
acres Adilri'MM 'S " tare llullillii
Ill gkjvlu! jji
I vSSMJi mm Jil ' f ' ,t
II ii.je..j.v(w u unil J&" W I
l-'nr iiilili sale. r,-.
, tar. First-class
minis, this oillee
ated l-'eril tuur'ng
Price $iieu. Sun
Rcnimin Tlolhcs f'fjtilr
The various makes of elothinf,,' in
this town and the chances arc in
favor of " BENJAMINS."
There is something entirely dif
ferent in these garments not found,
in other makes. We guarantee
cverv suit that leaves this house.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets i
Italics InipiiMil nl Slniagliiil.
The Shanghai Cuhlntns has Issued
a notice announcing that fioin date n
special duty will be imposed upon ex
ports and Imports passing through the
Shanghai Customs. Tho proceeds are
to bu used for dredging tho lliiatig-
pu-ldaiiR. Tho new iiiensitro bus oh-;
talved tho consent of the Ministers of
Iho Treaty Powers Tho articles at
present admitted free will be subject
to an ad valorem duty of one pur cent,
while oilier goods will bo subjected to
a duty of three per cent. Tokyo
New cottages for rent, mar car line,
mi A .". linn ltd. Apply Whig King
Wn i'ii. HI lintel St .'.J : It
I AIIWHUY MESSENGER BOY
LUJIWKI PARCEL DELIVERY
Ilciiiitlful vine Cup de Orn (cup of
gold) lr ready rnr dcllw-rv At o
spteiiiled nssiirtmiiit nf utlier In- -ami
lliiueriug pi. ml- M.l.c .ipimlnt
nient with Mrs Taylnr to visit her
nursery and make sell ''Hon
Wo know everybody and understand
tl io bitsincbf.
Weekly Bulletin t Per vnr
Counters Are Still Afloat With May Sale
May, Money-Savers' Month
' As announced late last month this store has a whole ship
load of 1912 stock on the way here and we arc determined
to not pay storatje rental hut to sell instead, all of our stock
now in the store. "Bargains" is a word that poorly por
trays the real buying opportunities to be found here hut the
goods on the counters with plainly marked regular prices and
Sale Prices mutely bear out every statement in this advertisement.
Today is as good a buying clay here as was the first day
of the sale.
SHIPWRECK PRICES PREVAIL
YOU SAVE HALF YOUR MONEY BY
You Have To Pay Your Taxes
But you can save enough this month by buying bore to
There is not a price marked pn any article in the store
that you can duplcatc in any other retail (or wholesale cither)
store in Honolulu.
The stock contains Wearing Apparel Goods for Men, Wo
men, Children ,ancl numerous Household Necessities. Stock
has not been depleted; nor is this an announcement lo sell
"sale remnants." There were thousands of dollars of good
stock in the store when this sale started and there arc ' still
thousands of dollars worth, unseen or untouched, hy early
KWONG SING LOY COMPANY, -
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