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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 20, 1912.
l.nlil (Iniilir No. '.Ml. 1.
Honolulu llrst Negri c.
Hawaiian Ihlnl Oigrie.
AH TltltlQi membtni of Ut
Order are cordially Invited t
attend ineotlnn ol local lade
Mitt on the
l ti .1 unil 4th
nt h. 1. Hull
7:80 1. .11.
MrhlM.ia I.OW1E, M),
h. of r.
Mtcts ry 2nd and 4th Satur
fSTMilay welling at 7 30 o'clock In
IK fif P Hull, cor Tort uuu
Her unl i Visiting brothers
cordially uiwt.d to uttend.
a r avM'rz, u c.
r r kiluhy, k. u. s.
iio.Mu.ri.r i.oiuii:, cm, u. r. o. k.
. Houolulu Ixidgo No Gib,
II I' O Ulks, meets In
their hall, on King St ,
near Tort, every Frlduy
evening Visiting Hroth
its are cordially Invited
a is MUii'iiY. r. n
ii ui --.sunn, sic.
OA1IU I.OIXIK M). 1, K. nf 1.
, Mee's ever first and third Frl-
H-jcLiy at 7 30 o clock, Pythian
Hall, corner liercinina ami
Kurt streets Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to uttend
1 A HAWKINS C C
o iii:im:. k or it. & s
1IAN.UI. 1IHIIK M). 1, I. 0. 11. M.
Meets every tlrst und third
Tuesday of each month In
fraternity Hall, I O O F
htilldlng VtViitliig brotaerH
tordlally Invited to attend
IIFNUY A ASCII, Sachem
locis a ri:mtY, c. of it
iioMu.rM' aeiiii: no, f. o. e.
)! Meets on second nnd fourth
VCu, Wednesday evening of each
.eW- month ut 7 30 o clock, in
' K of 1' Hull, corner Fort
nnd Ilcretuulu Visiting hrolliers are
Invited to attend
WM JONES, W. P.
J W ASCII, Secy.
iioMii.ri.u i.odih: no. soo,
i.. o. o. .11-
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Tort street, near King every Friday
evening nt 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMimosn J WIUTZ, Dictator.
E A JACOIISON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
Just reielved ex Sierra, latest In
LINEN TAILORED SUITS, WHITE
COATS ami LINGERIE GOWNS.
ROOMS 6G-67-68, YOUNG HOTEL
HIGH . CLAS8 MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MILTON &. PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
DCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at tho
Boston Block, Second Floor
10?7 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hati
Ill J fii
Phone us your
(Additional Ship ping on Page S)
PILTZ BECOMES OWNER AND
MASTER OF SCHOONER LUKA
Father Rougier to Return to South Sea Kingdom as Passen
ger Away for Fanning and Washington Islands Tonight
Wednesday a Mad and Merry Day In Local Shipping
Tomorrow Will Be Far From a Quiet One Inter-Island
Steamers Return With Sugar.
Caiitnln George i: Plllz, a well
known navigator and who has been a
r in - .t ... , I ..I.I.... I-
............ i.Ku.e- in ....... ..,,.... c.
cies inr years, nu ueiiime owner us
well as master of the trim little auxll
liry power schooner Luka formerl)
the proijerty of Cnpt Fredk Miller
Captains Iltz and Miller both In
teiested parties In the, reported sale,
i'ii- iiuiiwu iu .....ui., ..U.CUN.....IIU.
iiKiiru iik uie icui u we-.. .. ..
UlllDUIll OI cusil lliui lliailBCU nanus ,
in the transaction It Is learned, how
iver, upon excellent authority that
Captain I'llt? and Captain Miller hnvo
had their heads together for sonic
dns, framing up n deal whereby tho
I.nku would pass Into the control m
well as lommand of tho former master
of tho Fluurenco Ward.
A trial of the new engines Installed
In tho Luka was made In and out ol
tlie harbor yestordav afternoon and
evening livery thing Is said to have-
worked nut to tho satisfaction of all
enmerned. It was following the test
made of the muclilnery that tho deal
wus coueliiilid The filial papers were
ilruvvu uti mid signed this morning,
It was with much reluctance that
Captain Miller was Induced to part
with vv lull has proved to bo a vcrltuhlo
floating home for himself und his fain
111 for a j car or more The Luka Is
one of the most sumptuous! fitted
schooner jachts that ever lslted
these waters. The rarest of native
and foreign woods aro embodied In tho
finishing of the vessel. Tho Luka was
designed In overy wo to bo the float
lug palace of a millionaire There Is
i othiug lacking In tho general an-
1 ointments as far as comfort and luv
ury ure concerned.
Father Uougier. tho south seas co
pra king, ban not abandoned his de
termination to return to ins isianu po
sessions He has arranged to acconv
puny Captain 1'Iltz In tho Luka as a
passenger Tho Luka is expected to
woigli anchor and sail for Fanning nnd
Washington Islands this evening, un
less something uuforesoon should turu
ii)i at the last moment.
Honolulan To Arrive Wednesday
The Matson Navigation chartered
steamer Honolulan will arrlvo In port
on Wednesday, and not Tuesday morn
ing, ns previously announced, A wire
less message received last night from
Captain Dennett Is to the effect that
(ho Honolulan, with rii cabin imssen
gers, 338 sacks later mainland malls,
43 packages express matter, 1G00 tons
cargo Including 5 now automobiles,
will bo nu arrival off port at a very
parly hour The Horiolulan will berth
nt the Huckfeld wharf.
Tho Bteamer carries cargo Intended
lor dischargo nt Kahuliil and this con
blgument amounts to G43 tons. A shli
ment for Kaanapall amounting to 42
tons will be discharged at Honolulu
and forwarded to tho Maul port in the
There are eight passengers In tho
Honolulan who Intend to transfer to
tho Cnuadlau-Austrullnn liner Marama,
for Australia and New Zealand ports.
Also 35 sacks of mall will be shifted
from tho Honolulan to tho Ilrltluh lin
er. 'I ho Honolulan Is also bringing a
number of well known Shiinors, judg
ing from a message, received as fol
lows "Honolulnu, en route San Fran
cleco to Honolulu, May 19, 8 ji in.
712 miles from Honolulu Havo Shrln
ers on board Names follow Heck
loy, Ueurose, Uuttolph, Cleghom,
Craig, Denlsoii, Johnson, McNamarra,
I'etrlo and Wutklns."
Japanese Protest at Trans Pacific
Tho report that has gained much
cii'deuee thioughoiit Japan that a
substantial limeaso In trans l'aclllc
lutes was soon to go Into effect, has
siHiddid In arousing u general feel
lug of protest throughout lommeiclal
ilrtles within the Ihnplre,
Tho Yokohama Chamber of Com
mcicu (Jnpnneso) held nn extruordl
nur general meeting when It was re
solved to pioscut a memorial to tho
(lovuriimcut, asking (hem to cuiiho the
Btcnmshlp companies concerned to
abandon tho pioposcd lurieaso of 10
per cent on theli fn iglit rates on
Japanese sundries: for Kuropo The
reusou of this lesolutlon Is that should
Jas. H. Love
the increaso no enforced, the prices
export goods will rise or their man-
iiiuciiirurH in ue compeiieu 10 iiirn
,mlt urtuklH of ,lforlor imaiity, tilere
l injiiriiiK lapan's export trade,
Makura Br D steam,h,pman.
To arrlu, nt u'noMu tomorrow ,
. c'aiiaJInii-AtiHtrnllnn liner Makura
, s)r Kenneth Anilorson, said to ho
iM,nvIy Interested In n number of
lar(.e B,eamsll., tompntlles ami who
KPrv,.B as rlinlrmnn .,f ll, Orlnut
Steam Navigation Company, with
headquarters at London. Lady Andcr
sou accompanies her distinguished
'Ihe Makura Is en route from Syd
ley, Auckland and Suva. Tho vessel
wub reported through radiotelegraph
last night as nearlng tho port and was
expected to arrive hero not later than
9 o'clock in the morning. T. II. Davles
.v. Company, the local agents, hope to
dispatch the liner for Vancouver ami
Victoria on or about G o'clock In the
evening. The Makura has a fair-sized
cargo for dlschaige here, Including a
quantity of refrigerated meat, and
shipments of fertilizer material. The
Makurn will be brought to tho Alakea
Hyades Lumber and Cargo Laden.
Thero Is hut llttlo available cargo
cpaco going to waste In tlie Matson
Navigation freighter Hyades, now
steaming from I'uget Sound ports In
tho direction ot the Hawaiian Islands
Castlo H Cooke, the local agents for
the Hndes, received an aerogram last
evening to tho effect that the freight
cr would arrive at Honolulu on Friday
morning. Tho Bteamer will berth ut
the upper end of the railway wharf
nd lw'in dUchaige'OOZ
argo and 210 081 feet lumber for u
ui Mi, unn lu,uo leei luillicr lor va
The vessel Is to proceed to Fort Al
len, where 289 tons cargo will be loft.
Tho HadeB also has wo tons freight
for discharge, at Kahuliil, besides 9i.-
t)00 feet lumber and 40 piles for tho
Kahuliil railway. Hllo freight Includes
2S0 tons, whlto at Kaanapall there aio
85 tuns for discharge.
The llvades will gather shipments
of sugar at several Hawaiian Island
I oris before returning to San Francis
co. Object to Trans Pacific Rebates.
'Ihe Pacific Mail, Nippon Yusen Ka
Isha, and other lines who are alleged
ns presenting heavy shippers with
substantial rebates, may bo called to
account by Japanese business organ!
zatlons, according to the prediction
which has reached Honolulu through
It Is reported that the Central Tea
Merchants' Guild will shortly approach
the steamship Companies union, In
eluding the Nippon Yusen Knlsha, Pa
cific Mall Steamship Company and
other concerns, 'vlth a proposal to
abolish tho rebate system now In
force. In shipping tea fiom Shtmldzii
to Seattle for Instance, $6 00 per ton
is charged under the present ar
rangement, and ujion arrival at the
destination ono dollar Is repaid to
consignors. Tho latter hold that such
an arrangement causes a good deal of
unnecessary trouble and should bo
Mlkahala Back with Cattle.
Cattle to the number of 30 head, al
so G2 pigs, 9 crates chickens, 13 crates
turpi n miniilltv nf umntv wltii, linr.
rels, gasoline tunks and 1M packages 'hathilors have two hospital tents and
sundries mado up the freight list of"B ""'ullir tent, All the bachelors
the Inter-Island steamor Mlknhala i1'" Joll,t"'l 'o Second Infantry muss.
This vessel brought passengers and "'"' l "ll respect nre much better
cargo from Maul, Molokal and I.anal "n '"' 'he family men' It Is mi in-
Iwalanl Brought Sugar.
Hiicnr in tin, ninnunt nf 424.1 sacks'
arrived as part cargo in the Intcr-lsl-1 Lhutenant-Colonil 11. II has mm
nnd steamer Ivvalanl This vessel I'1'1"1 1,H hispeithm f tho troops at
brought nil sugar on hand nt the Kl- ! M lnm. nnd will turn his ntt.ntlmj
palmlu wniehouses Other lines of '" ""' I'ui'ir work of tlie post this
rrchflit Inebiileil nil ilrnniB. .inintlnu w.ik U.st 1'rl.ljs ho ordered another
und Bimdrlos. The vessel met with
fine weather cm the homeward trip
If you feel that ii great big laugh
would do you no harm, and thut you
liuvu no fours of getting fat In conso-
queuce. Just take In tho minstrels ut
thu On'oiu House tonlc-liL 'lhev Ball
UWuy on Wednesday, t
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cnlilo lo Merchants'
Monday, May 20.
SAN FIlANClSCO Sailed. May IS.
S. S. Virginian, for Seattle.
HIM) Arrived, Mn 19 S p m , S S.
Enterprise, from Son Francisco.
KAHULD1 Sailed, Mn 18, ship L'd-
ward Sevvall for Delaware Hreokwn-
Sailed, May 18, schr Cecilia Slid
den, for Gray Harbor
S. S. HONOLULAN Will dock at
Hackfcld wharf Wednesday morning
from San Francisco with . passcn
gers, 338 sacks mall, 41 Wells Fargo
ni,r.. mniinr r. n,,i,,s IKOO tons
cargo. For Kahuliil 1,41 tons cnr-i
go. For Kaanapall 42 tons cargo.
Klght passengers and
S. S. MANCHUIllA - Will dock at -
Alnkea wharf tomorrow (Tnewl.ay)
iiinrii ne nnil unl for Han Krancisco'.
j ., ,n
S S MAKIIRA - Will dock at
ken wharf from Auckland Tuesday
morning 9 o'clock and sail for Vic
toria about C p m
Matton Shipping Reports.
S S. Hyades, at sea. May 19. 11 10
p. m. 1300 tons general cargo for Ho
nolulu; 0085 feet lumber marked K. F.
Co , 24,000 feet lumber for F U Wald
ron, 187,000 feet for W N Coiicannon
9?.' 2 .tons Kenernl ,carK0 t0.T ,"rt,
liulul," 91.000 feet lumber, 40 piles K
aiinri i, u rniia irnnnrn rnrvii mr rn -
It. 11.; 280 tons general cargo for 111
In, 8" tons general cargo for Kaant
pall. Will orrlvo Frlda, all well.
S. S. Honolulan. 8 p. m Maj 11
730 miles from Honolulu For Hono
lulu' B7 passengers, 318 sacks mall,
i3 W V Y n.ntlir . niitdinntillf.rt. 1..
coo tons cargo. For Kahuliil C4J tons
cnrgo, Kor Kaannpall 42 tons cargo
Have on board elglit passengers and
11 sacks mall to unmeet witli H S.
Marama. for Australia Ship arrives
Wednesday morning nnd will dock ut
the Hackfcld wharf
A half dozen Inter Island steamers
will be dispatched to coastwise ports
before the close of business on Tues
day evening. The Wallelo was loadul
with plantation supplies and general
cargo and Balled this afternoon foi
llouokaa and Kukiilliaele This ves
sel carried a later mail for tho big Isl
and. Tuesday will he the regular get
away day for the lnter-lsland licet.
The Mnuna Ken Is scheduled to de
part at 10 o'clock In the morning with
a f n r list of cabin aim uecK passen
Kers nnd a small cnrgo. Following
the llaKshli) will sail tho Kltiiu for
Kauai porta und tho Mlknhala for
Maul, Moloknl und Ijinal ports, tho
latter vessels departing at 5 o'clock.
Should nil go well, tho Canadian
Aiistrnllnn llmr Zenlandla should ar
rlvo at Honolulu from llritlsh Colunt
hla ports on or about noon Wednes
day. The Zealnndla will not remain
111 pon many nours uui m im-mi
prompt dispatch for the colonies, ire
tweon thlrt and foity passengers nro
hooked nt the olllce ot I. II. uavies v.
Co. for Australia and Now Zealand In
Wi.iliiuuilnv ulina iirnmUn nf tioillir n
iivuiiliiiih fi"vu w. ...w ... --ii
more than usually busy day In water
front elides. Tho American Hawaiian
ij'e'jf er Ar.,man from M,n. .
b' ,ho wny "f San ' rtt,1-ls(-0 un1 , ht
..... . v,,i ..-.ii, In llin imirn nirJ
utile, Is expected early in tho morning.1
This vessel brlngB New ork west-
bound cnrgo leaving the Last coast in
tho Georgian on Mnrch 27th nnd thO
KcntucklHii on April 2nd.
Bringing 9G0O sacks sugar, tho Inter -
Island steamer Maul Is back from Ka-
uul ports The vessel met with light
winds and smooth seas.
SUFFERS FOR WATER
(Continued from Pago 1)
pipe to tlie post, or whether tho nrm
had to In Its own mains to Its riser-1
volrs To dato the mutter has not lie en
It Is believed that with the cTonnee
tlon of the extra supply as pluiiiud.
there will be enough water to tako
care- of tlie present command, undkeip
the rertrviitlmi In good londltlnn IIv -cr
tiling Is In reudluess to lommeiiio
work us soon as the iiecessar permis
sion in rives
A City of Canvas.
Tile second section of the First In
finity urrlvnl nt Sehotlehl shortl be
fore noon jesterday, und b evening
tho camp was strulglitcneel out Tim
re Kline nt exhibits a spreud of iiilivas
that would do credit to seveial cir
cuses in winter quarters As the camp
marrl.d oMIecrs have four
tents anil a cook tent each,
stum e where tlle singles have coiisld
irnbl nioi e of n home than the ni.ir-
;"""' ., ,
Impection Nearly Over.
",l1' Problem for the Infantry, liml j
'""'"B Colonel 11.11 will probably
u""t ' '" ''rt Shorter tho lattu
l"irl "' this w.K and lusp.ct that
s'r.irlson after whlcli ho will Inspect
"' " ' ounts nnd papeis ot iltpiilm.nt
,VZn.'Zr ,h, ii,n '" Culler, ltaymoi.d. Iluldvvlu,! last meeting until today he mado thol -
rj.n.r.iV! r. f n! i' , T'111'1'1' ' motion to Include- that the meeting Soli and re id this noth e J W
i. i r , .i -t'. ? i, ?.f Against Copeland, King, Hnrner.l when it reconvened tako up tho lead i Wilnbug .v. Co will opm u mm
isiiil nun nre npportloneei to eaili or c Wd, 1 Mn ,e i)avis. Ing of tho Copelnnd suggestions Ihls islabllshiuint known as the Keel
the pyramidal tents designed to house T()(n) .assertion was Immedlalely challenged Front Store, corner Queen und Nu
elgbt under ordinary londltlons Thu ,. ,, ' ,, ,,i u n in r 1 1. iii.i,.... ., ni,i if n..i Vn.i , ,.t , .,,l, Hot.-
Aia special mociiim oi inn Honolulu ,cmit f n courage mid sclf-suerl
Gas Company held last Saturday, tho , , , , , ,
plan for a refunding bond Issue, ns out tc ' ","n ,"u1rkn" ""'" "" 1"nri1
lined In tho Ilullctln some dajH,"1,u ' !,"r,1lt,,rt T"T'C
., . .i..nl,i,i ....,, ...,,l ,i. i Organising under the title of tho
will shortly be made
II la li.nllnoint tn luAlln It ICl IV 111111 nf
per cent. .tl-cnr gold bonds,' Interest'
payable semi annually In Honolulu and
nt New ilrk or Chicago, as tho com
I""' 1,a8 n number of mnlnlaiid bond
holder Two hundred thousand do!
lars of the proposed Issue Is to he used
In refunding the present J200.000 6 per
3 sicks iiibII ton,s Tlle ITCBClit bonds are dated to rmlve ruiulK .Mrs Carlir has us
l.lununry 1. ino". and due .lanuarv l.'c'l'tid, and anj vvoimin inaj'sind her
1"' u,,l,"V,y.. uulc" '" "" "r ""
- ' - ' - .. ,,.,,,, , , , . I
" -.-" " .... ... ... -u.... .o..
, is io no iiiunn. uue leaiuro wnicn
Ala-'"1 'T0?bK V) XK7 m"lV "J"1
,0 uondholdprB Is hat providing for
the redemption of bonds at sliding'
scale premium on n fixed schedule.
Thus In ten enrs from July 1, 1912,
honds may bo redeemed at 10", fifteen
years at 104, twenty vears at 103
twenty-fit o years nt 102 and thirty
)enrs nt par.
During tho thirty jcars tho company
shall have the right, whenever It adds
?2 to lts) 1)lanti l0 lasuu W)rth ()f
boiidh. or In otlur words mn Issuo nt
tho rate of ouo for two,
.. . i
a million now.
Tho compan Is not anticipating nn
trouble In placing Its bonds.
Tho llllonlnn of the Mnlson Line,
from lliln, urrlvcd nt Snu Francisco
Tuklng (nrgo for windward Kauai
potts, tho stenmor Noiau Is on the
berth foi departure at ft u'llock this
A late mainland mail Is due to al
tered steamer Honolulan Wednesday
tered Bteamer Honolulan tomorrow
Thu Canadian-Australian liner Ma
ODDS AND. ENDS!
Al lilt I'liKI
kurn, from Sydney, should arrlvo atlMr. l'opo. First he spoko of his light
Alakea wharf on or about 9 o'clock to-lfor tho School Fund Commission and
morrow morning. of tho work of the vvholo Commission,!
A general cargo and n quantity oflof which W. It. Fnrrlngton wns chalr-
plantation supplies for Houokan and
Kukiilhnelo left at noon today in the
Inter Island steamer Wallelo.
The Japanese liner Hnlu)u Mnru,
from Snu Fruiu iscu. Is en route tu
Honolulu, having left tho Golden
Gnte ut 1 10 Saturday afternoon.
A mall forwarded to Australian
points with thu diparture nf the llrlt
lull Rlniimulilti 1 Int-iinlliifi nrrlnil nl
Xcwcustlo, N S W, Inst Thursday
Tho ,,lmrliiro of two trans l'aclllc
llt,r!) f, ,, ivnurlsco nt 10 o'clock
w'eduesdn morning will add to tho
general gaiety and liveliness along
the local waterfront
Arm ocpilpmcnt brought lo Hono
lulu with the urrlvnl of the United
. iiiivi ii nu iiiu iii i mil n tiiv vjiiiujii
states nnv triiiisnort Sliermnn wns
Ku.n a siieedy trunsfer from ship to
,.. cars es,erday
ehli wns given six
r.. i..i. i..r. i i.. i...
Ihe t looii
freight left here h tho Wllhelmlna.
The trniispoit will depart for Manila
nt r. 30 this evening
a inoriilng slicet now makes tho II
humiliating discovery that Captain Km
lory Idee, the young commander of the
1 l'aclllc Mull line r China, may go over
to tlie command of the Mongolia, with
the letlrcmcnt of Captain Morton, nfl-
er that prediction appeared In tho col i policies lies with tho Suiierjntendeiil
umiis of the II n 1 1 e 1 1 n a month orl0f Public Instruction and the Commls
more ni;o If ou want tho news a sinners, nnrticulnrlv with the Siinerln
month ahead of where you can gel.tendeut as a paid expert.
it elsewhere, you must read the llul
I e t I ii .
(Continued from Pace 1)
moved that tho rending of Copclnml's
proposed course of study, began last
Saturday afternoon, bo discontinued,!
ami discussion on tho piesent loursoj
ns n basis bo taken up, Tho "regu-
lars", those standing by tho piesent
coiiiso, In tho voting wero ns follows:
To dlscoiillnuo rinding Copolnnd'sl
suggestions Mrs. Nina Fraser, Wood,'
but tho llullotlu checked up Its
II. ...II.. ll,... ninl..H M I. ....... tfti.,, Ii,. n.i .. !.., l,n t.w.if.,,1 in n.11,.,,1 .. ii.n hiPXAl nt (iTH PR.
vwij iTtiLt (iiitimii.i.s,tt niw r w jj eKe4aifi vvAtr iumi, I'mm u.ui fiuntu twi tJ iui"fv- -..--..-.- ,...
own-count by tho ofllclal stenographic-1 to do so. Davis said he know ho bad
notes taken, showing tho result given mado the motion In this foiin
above i The stenographic report was tailed
For an hour after this the principals! for, anil nothing to bear out Davis'
argued In n debate and hnphazaid ills I ronti'ntlnn was found Davis reassert
tussioii thut at tlnios,'Lecamo openly. oil thnt he know what ho had moved,
Ljttci. At length, with tho wholoi but after sumo parleying tho point was,
moinlng giuie and plastically nothings chopped,
accomplished, thoy ugrted to divide Then tho venerable principal of Me
mo membeis nf tho coiifereuto Into'
cniumittees, (Ivo cominlltecs nf 'three
each, to take up the course ut study
by subjects and leport hack at n meet
lug tu bo held tomorrow afternoon nt
And thuro tho matter stood at the
' cud of this mornings session, which,
nt times grow almost spectacular On'
j the fato of It, tho Insurgents hnvo lost
an Important point, Just how Impoil -
ant win pot develop until tho leporls
of tlie cnmiuittues aro made. Then It
will bo seen how sweeping aio tlju
To The Chivalry Of
A monument tu tho i liK silr of . nit h at the mpltiil if Ihe nation would
Aniirjcuii men In now proposed lo l,o'tjplf the Irlhule nf woman to heroic
irietid In the eltv of W nshliiEton ns
Woman's Titanic .Memorial, women ot
Washington have chosen Mr John
!!nv ",H their .chairman and .Mrs John
i.ujs iii.iiimiinii siireuirj 10 lurry on
tho calnpalKti of inUictliig funds for
Mrs Hammond has written Mrs
(:'rKe It Cnrtir of this iltj nuking
n,r lo n " no mini reprisiiituiivu
i. V ..,. .
;,";. . ' i . . "V
-- - --. ' .-....... .
Mrs ItammoiiirH littir outllnim: the
Dear Mudniir The loss of the
steamship Titanic lias mm id the world
as few lutastrophles ivir have be
fore Tin re is stnriih u tomiminit
in mr lonntrj vvhlih docs tint niotirn
tlic lows of someone, nf some rilatlve
or friend Tin- fedlng of glorv and
pride In tlie bravirj of tlinse wlio wire
lot Is iinlvirs.il
'To womiii fspecialh must come the
sinso of thankfulness that to tin in has
Rlviii tlie benrlng of such men
1110 limit IS.uh those who slinue.l tliev lo.rn nut
li fin Id to die It has second to many
women most appropriate that they
should put In lasting fririn some tes
timonial of their appreciation of the
imn who so unhesitatingly nnd gal
lantly give their lives that tho women
on board might be saved. A nuinnrlal
The meeting this morning was mark-
id by several warm Intel changes he -
'tween 1'rlhclpnls Wood nnd Davis, ns
'well ns by an apparent dllllculty mil
the part or all concerned In sticking
to nil ono Btlbjoct In debate
At tho opening of Hie mooting l'riu
clpal llnldwtn made u general uddiess
111 which ho took up the defense of the'
present Superintendent of I'uhllc In
structloii Ho pointed out many pio
gresslvo policies which Mr l'opo hnsl
Marled and Is carrying out, and dc '
clni'cd that he should he upheld In the'
in sent ndmlnlstratlou of his tilpari -
ITvo Important Improvements In lln
wall's educational work he ascribed to
man. Ho snld sir. l'opos worm lor
tlils bill was largely Inline ill lal li cai- tees should be appointed tn work on
rylug It through. Second, ho put his the vnrlous suhjiits .No motion wus
fight for tho summer school anil the made, however, mid the discussion
Fcciirlng of the appropriation for It started again.
Ho lauded the development of the sum ' Cupclaud pielty soon arose with far
mer schonls, nnd also tho orgaiilmtlou tber suggestions ami Blurted reading
of tlie conference of supervising pi In nw ay on his 110 page report In about
lipids and closed with thu fifth
achievement, Hint of the establlshmeiit fact that ho wns niaklng suggestions
ot the hovs' hlgli school I lor Giado 3 Instead of Guide 1, and
Having shown what Superintendent' thnt, nuwuy, ho wus reading some
l'opo Is accomplishing, ho moved to thing that the mnjoilty had ulreudy
discontinue the reading of the Cope- voted down Copolund attempted In
land suggestions. In closing, how uvc r, explain that he was merel trying tn
he added, that in the consideration ol put tho principle of changes before tho
tho present course, tho principals house, but ho was given Biaut hi arlug.
should tako up tho "discrimination Committees Named,
ngnlnst Haw nilau teuchcrs In the mill Aftei some moie desultor discus
Imiim, medium mur muxlmuiu grueling Hloii, Duvis leiiewed his suggest Ion for
pjstein" which Mr. Copolnnd's planithe niipolntliielit of committees, ami
Thls brought Copelnnd to Ills feet,
"There's no foundutlon for that stale , ment of n committee of five, mm fienii
ment No reason foi III" lie decluieel each Island On Urodlo's Hiiggestlcm,
with heat. Hnwover, both statements, he changed tills to ho live eonimitli'Cis
wero passed over. I of two each Then Ittsn Iterllin Hen
Revolutionary, Says Wood. iTalor said that the might as well
Principal Fdgur Wood seconded I hnvo everybody on a committee, "so
llalelu In's motion, lie declared that
the matter of Initiating and creating
those mo revolutionary policies,
ho asserted, referring to the attempt to a short recess, announced the commit
have tho principals change tho entlro toes ns follows:
course of study, "They mo not con j 1 Language llrodlc, Miss l)eo.
struct he. This Is a serious situation, Mrs Frascr.
wo am facing If this meeting ut
tempts to Initiate policies It will tesull
In experimental chaos."
After this thero was somo desulloi
discussion as to whethei or not the
lesolutlon passed by the Commission
crs nnd providing for the principals
conference Intended that such sw ceil
ing changes In tho courso of Btudy
could be taken up, but no conclusion
i was reached as to this point.
Principal Cox wanted to amend llnhl
win's motion, striking out the words
"discontinue renellng Mr. Copoland's
com so of study," etc, but ho gut llttlo
About this tlmo n fn sh cause of heat
camo up Principal Davis diclaicd
make such n motion, he had no right
Mule High School, Mr M M Scott
uroso tn pour nil on tho troubled wa
ters! With real earnestness he begged
thu principals not to squabble longer
over small things, but to look on the
Inrger tilings of education He said ha
regarded any couise nf stud ns nt
best but of sccouduiy Inipoilanco. Ho
went on to lllustiate his remaiks with
j apt oxumples Ho look occasion also
ito su) thut "his friend (lopelanitV
sugi.oslcd ionise of study Is too long
Mi Scott's pacifying tomnrks, how-
over, did not seem to do much In Hie,
I mammon anil in n on .viiuriciin wi-
men mav pirronall) slinre In this ni-
tional gift subscriptions of one dul
lai are In lug donated
As n 1 1. "lilt of nil Initial meeting
held toduv, Mrs John Hiiv accepted
the chairmanship and I vvuv oU ilul
suritarj of the committee It tvnt
deeidid to write to vvomin tliroiiRhoiit
the louutr), nklng thVIr asslstniue.
'Olllces have been donated In the
Vnlon Trust building of tills olt, and
Mr 1'iluniil J Stilluiigin, elialrmaii
of tlie last InaiiRiirnl rnmnilttee and
president of tin Union Trust Com
panv, has acieptid tho iiiiolntmint ns
trinsiinr of tills lommlttie
'"I lie llrst dollar inntrlhtited wns
from Mrs Tuft
Will j on give n dollar, and will
ou interest Miur women frluids.nnil
urge tin in to take nn uctlve shire In
furthering this noble endeavor'' Our
.iffort Is to Intinst nil womin, rlcli
I nnd poor alike, In vlsunll) perpitii
ntlng for all time, woman's nppreihtiou
of tlie loss of the luave souls who
j went down on tho Titanic It will serve
I as a ri'inlndir and n Itnn tn all
those who come aftir us The loss
! was national, so should the gift he na
tional It should be erectul in the ui
' tlmi's capital as a gift nresi nted bv
, American vvomin throughout tho llnlt-
' Hoping to hear that vou will Join
us nnd Interest us man) otlur wnnun
ns possible, believe nn sinierilv voiirs,
"NATAI.Ii: II HAMMOND,
'Hi in tar j
'All contributions will he promptly
mkiiowleilKcd l the triasiinr"
pacifying line, for as soon as be sal
down the pedagogic battle bioko nut
' afresh, llrodlc said that while- tho
present courso of studv Is ii(good oiie,
tlie principals should Incorpuiati' what-
ever good suggestions they can gel
"Vo should have u more dellnlte and
detailed course than Ihe puseiit one'
he sulci "We hnvo uinii tcucliiis
who are hnrdl ipiallllcil to teach with
out dlieitlou and the mu go to pliccs
on tho com so"
After n little further discussion
Chairman I'opu put the motion und
the majorlt) decided to discoiitluiio the
. reading of Coin lauds suggestions.
'I hen Inspector Gibson moved to taku
up tho piesent course section b sec
tion nnd talk over changes The Grade
1 courso wub taken up, but hardlymd
the reading commeiicul.thaii protests
to the manner of procedure ngniu ele-
veloped, In which Principal Davis wus
the leader llu deilaied thut coinuiit-
rive minutes someone nwnkn to Hie
made it tills time tp the fnim of a imi-
tluti Ho llrst miggostvil the amioliit.
we cant call each other nnines," nnel
moved an amendment to provido for n
cominlttco of thno each on each of
the live principal divisions of tho
lourso of study This was finally hubs-
led, after some discussion of exnet un
ganlzntlon, nnd Chairman l'opo, after
I 2 Number Work Copcland, Davi i.
vi iss Taylor.
3 Nature Study: Wood, llaymoud.
4 Geography llalelu in, Horner, W.
ft Physiology King, Cox, Wells.
Ihe committees aio to lopoil to
moirou afternoon at 2 o'clock.
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