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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 31, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H, FRIDAY. MAY 31, 1917
REAR TELLS CALIFORNIANS ALOHA TONIGHT
. HAWAII'S WITH TAFT TO LAST!
'A IIAN ntA.( lt'( (). Mnj Jl Walter
( iKreur, (iovenior i)f the Territory
I Hawaii, arrived fiuin the iHlatiUs
llerday, mi route In the ltcpuhllrnn
lloiml Convention ut ChlcaHo as n
ft dele-Bate. He Ih one of six clccl-
fimn the Territory, the entire elcle
Itiii Ix'Ihk pledged to the President
c otherH arc I'rlnro Knlanlatiaolc
rlnce t'lipld), and (IcorKe I' Iten-
vvho, wltli Kieiir, lire from the Is-
(el of O.ihu, .folm T Miilr of Hawaii,
riy A Ilaldvvlu of Maul unit Chnrlo
. IIIcc of Kiuinl
(lovi'rnor Kreur will ko from Sun
rrniirit.ro to Moslem, where tils f.un
lly Inis lii'cii sonic months After tin
leiinlon, till will ko to CIiIciiko. "liir
after the convention will return to the
iHnndfl ln Sun Kranel'to Of the po-
lltlenl situation In the Inlands,
ernor l'leiir mild yesterdnj
"The Territory la Rending to t'lilrn
KO u solid U legation In fiiMir of the
President He Is very popular over
there, because our iieo)e realize Hint
he has heen their friend, Inst as he
lias bioii the friend of California, and
that he lias made one of the hest
Presidents slinc the formation of the
COMMERCIAL NEWS AND NOTES
'I he Ubby, McNeil & Ubby pine
ile cannery on the windward side
I lie island, will ho in full blast next
ek. It has been cimnliiK sleadlly
, ice last senson, ns plncnpples linvo
I) eh comliiK In all of the time, but
II e height of tlit Benson Is In .luiio
cominlttee on taxation Is now at work
on a plan of lax reform which
eludes KcttltiK nnmial budgets well III)
odvuneo of tach taxation period nud
then baslm; the taxes on the mill sjs
tern, sue.li as Is in uso elsewhere.
I is d July.
Die canneries at Iwllel will also lie
, innliiK at capacltj soon. The Indus
Irj Is Krowlui; so fust thai constant
iihlllioiis lo the idauls are helm;
i Tlie bids for Ihe Castle Kills' dornil
ory at I'uiialiou will be ready shortly.
The orlKlunl building was destroyed
jy lire and since then the school iMiiir
lers have been oercrowded,
( iTIm Knlmukl Improvement Club's
Word Is expected soon from W It
Castle as to the progress he made
with the Spreckels heirs in Kan Fran
cisco lownrd secutiiiK part of their
liinildii unci ..icilliuiu niii-ri I" "I" W r, . .
for a coiutnerclal bulldliiK. Mean
while a number of real estatu men arc
llgurltig on getting hold of the same
piopcrty to handle.
I II. Ileadle, real estate inau for the
Trent Trust Company, Is expected
back from the Coast In a few dajs
Ills trip Is a short one.
IISSIM llltloll 'I llC'l
doubt wbclbcr till'
to be public
Actlng Seen tun A V. Ijirlim-i nil
niiilnccs Hint ull men and women In
tercKted will be welcome to attend and
the three howling alleys will he re
Willi fur till' tli of nil ladles ulm
desire to iit them follow IriK tin i in
uu-diim c xlilliltlnii and haslci-thall game
IAKE LONG TRIP i
TO GET ARAL
Armed with extradition papers and
other olllrlal doeuiiieius. Sheriff Hiivh'
if l'asco, Wash., arrived this mornlimi
i the Siberia lo Ket lhnchl Aral, the
apaucso alleged embezzler now held,
I the police station. This morning
herlh Hays accompanied by Mr.
ln.111,. hi iliMintv niiilllnr of Pasco, call-
. ) . d on SherlH Jarrclt at police head-!
i HherllT Hays staled to a llullotln
'eporler this moruliiK mat no lias
iili li I in tlie vxlniuitluii impels necos-
I ury. Ho said that he knew the .lap
J nose while In Pasco, where he held
,1 n Importunt position under the Oilen
Ail Trading Company. Hays also say
Jjint the Japanese skipped out from
l'lHi Clio ,IUiuue.-ne-- niwie.-i it ,.,.
. An. Inrlsillciloii of the Pasco authorl
S Willi iyuu "llico iiuu uwii iiiuwu
his hands to pay worklnRtncn of tho
AMinti nslenil nbnnt M. It. Poohstel.
o sleuth of the seciet nervlee who
line here In the Sierra on May lfi,
Inys smiled and said Proehstel did
not have authoilly lo escort Iho al
leged embezzler to tho Stales.
According to present plans ll Is said
Hays will leave with his charge about
the middle of June.
The United States Army transport
Crook, which bus been out or commis
sion at San rrauclsco for many
months, follow Inn ono or more special
trips between the Coast and the I In
wtillan Islands, went Into Hunter's
K Point diydock n few dajs prior to the
.Railing or tho Pacific Mull liner for
It Is the general talk auiouK Coast
uhlpplneinen that tho Crook may bo
uriiIii pressed Into service as a trans
poit Tor military passeiiKers, iimirter
master supplies and post material be
tween San Francisco and Honolulu.
it :: tt :: :: :: :: :: tt t: tt :: :: t: :t n
t! "Hawaii cannot afford to spend tl
t: less than $ir,n.uim on the Hawaii ti
t: exhibit at the Panama-Pacific St
ICxiioslllon," said Kied. L. Wab
! (Iron Oils morulim on his return !J
t: from his Coast tour of seven it
St weeks, "All the countries and SS
It KouTiimcntH are preparing lo SS
SS make elaborate displays, and SS
S Hawaii will make a poor showliiR SS
SS If we cut Ihe appropriation mi- SS
SI der J130.00II. We can well af- SS
ll ford to spend that much and SS
It more. The exposition Is a won- It
SS derful oppoi Utility for the Tor- SS
tt rllory to adtcrtlse Itself, Its at- SS
It tractions and advantages, and SS
SS the money will he well Invested" SS
SS Mr. Waldrou has been In touch St
SS wltb what other commies are ro- SS
tt tiiR to do, and says that It's ccr- SS
SS taluly nil to Hawaii not to skimp It
tl on her exhibit. SS
ts ss ti ii s: t: tl it ss ss ss it n tt ss ss s?
The couimltti f suiHrvlHliiR prin
cipals appointed to ieleu the i nurse
of study recommended by the Rcnt-rul
licid, bus virtually Mulshed Its labor
unci Hccrnl of the member expected
to lcne for their homes today The
committee's rtport will be presented ut
the meeting of the cominlHsiniiirs of
public Instruction, to be cnllc-d within
the next few dajs to complete the llt
of ttacbirs' appointments for the next
"The status of all the hoim-stctiil
claimants on the Kmiwikl III nud
Opi-u-pi-lenii traits Is now ilellultel)
siltli-d sin, wliu; tiny ine mi right
to the J. mils and will get no title- un
less executive cleiuc ncy Is shown unit
tbe-y are gl-n another oppnrtoultv to
prove Up plliperl " This Is tlie oplll
ion of Asslstnnl Attorney ttencrnl Ar
thur (I Smith, give u this morning fid
lowing the report that the second
houiesteail Cilse has been deelileil by
Judge Parsons of llllo adverse l to the
"Judge Pariuns ruled against the
Territory In the Henderson ease" s ild
Smith, "merelv to enable us to enrrv
the eiuestlcin up to the Supreme I'mirt
and obtain a iletlulte inte rpretallim of
Die law. Though the Individual ' lr
eioostances In the second cusi mil'
siilllewhiit llllTllillt fiom those ple-
seuted bv llenderMin, Ihe prim lp.il
point of eouteiitlon the right of the
liomesteadir to permit the plantations
lo take charge of his bind was vir
tually the- same.
"It Is unlike l that Manuel Nlcolaii
de Souza. the cl.ilnrint In the- Hecoml
case, will appeal ir he does. It will
he money wasted In unneeessarv ex
pense "Most of the bomesteadc rs on those
two tracts arc- Portuguese and Japan
chc, with einlv a few Scotchmen and
other while pe rsons "
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OR DR. ANDS . .
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srrri'.vv'v'n AMsrA f1W ; Critical
; n, bono,. ,ri,r .:i. ..,.,,. ti,. - I hrilk 1 $ L " T jtf V7
ilwil director who l leavlhK t It I - on ' itlft (Ti t'K,l "Mff "tx- -"- Zjfsf ! l'
ir :U AAr'A,
f in iilWpfw
'mr.i'Lj 'OeHiHi sr trrnw" if m n 1 11 nDu'iv 1 1 i
air mmKk i m .,uwrttit. i M hhhbi .w . j
in , . , :j irwmb swwni'ni v.a i.raiiii m . lvjmr n in- www ,n i
wkmma n yJIm M iliSi.ii.MafflHKBi flw vrf
wfi rriniMTii irnirM wr 1 a 11 if 1 ia?i & n 1 vu 1 ' isicr k WKitn.nor9i va. nu.iiv m' 1 v,i,i 1 ivu-
mtummss i tin a mi wi imsm io ve w
TTr Mr-iTRi IHlMiKirlW-
service at the local I J I HlL i ' Aw-iKSxlra(lJa!f,,atoa Ul LEV .
Ii.i he, n wine 1 11 tcViA Hy HiT r" 'JSm 'U wriF
evilllmr aff.ill 1111- . R. rVtaMM-
Don't Buy the first suit
you look at. Remem
ber that you can buy JJ
clothing with a repu
tation almost as cheap
as ordinary makes.
For instance, consider
CLOTHES. If this line of
clothing was not the best Js;
m America it would not
find room in our itorc.
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts
The King of Cooking
Ask Your Grocer For lb
.ill Sliiniil )" ''IS J!ii 'DUKIiriSI 'IISI .luuil.l
ojco in A (In opis uiliiJ sj
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oii Aq popuci
sj ojiiiuuiij jiioA uoiM nq iiu)Bdu si pc s;ii
Acioidlng lo a report from Itilo,
Romu recant and Interesting advances,
have been made In Mudylng the fires
of the volcano On Tuesday Profes
Hum Day and Shepherd, the volcano
opcrtB, descended Into the tire pit
and secured some tubes of volcanic
gaB which will he chemically analyzed
In tlie laboratory of the College of
Haw nil. !
In the cose brought bv tho Knulo
lanl Cslnte against .Mary II. Atrlierley,1
l.ylo A, Dickey and K. M. Wntson have
been ninilo juirty elefendanU.
ICvery iniiroveiueiit club member In
the city is Invited to he picsein lo
night at n special meeting of the Oahu
Central Improvement Committee, call
ccl to meet ut the Merchants' Assoc la
Hun rooms. Young Hotel building, at
7 :iu o' lock.
Get Some From
Tin: At'STit.M.iAN iii'tti:ii i: mm: sr.i.i.ixo iassi i
am. (ii)Vi:it.N.n:.T ti:sts it is hi pimiihii to as
iii"iti:ii HUM) ni:iti:
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET,
HEILQRON &. LOUIS, Proprietor,
TERRITORY PAYS OUT
frmii lit ulmrf tux finnl . -! il uti
nil In nmiiiu ii rum i t Hit Men limit
$30,000 IN SALARIES A ..tilt.HUin,,mlrnM',.m.mn.
1i ni't.ilii ii fuiiil for jm.I.iI iH.ilth t
plllIllMllI WUlls, llllll I" II i lit of Um
url iIiih of th' imiiiimIkm xu;iilrit
Mow ffw-r imiriiiU4Hi4
Tlu T!iltnr ttnlji 1 1 ilt 4int iiii
tiling inure than S:t(Mi')0 in nirrt'iK-v
mid KM tu nilli'liilrt mill t'lnplo)' TIil- ,
wan (in- inniiihi) nUiiy for tin rT
ritorlul mivrriiim-iit St.r..l i-mptm.-. cM,.fy fr lv llM ()r nuiurulMn H
it Hi. Ii.nltli il.ii.lrl....,til ... .nr.
' " ' "' " "' ii ni-vv i nni cniilnlliliil- ll i (illliili
Upholstery and Drapery Work
J. HOPP & SON., LTD.
1 AlliMnDY MESSENGER BOY
LU1UKI PARCEL DELIVERY
double leli- Iheriuoineier san I gla
llsul whi'ii tho vvtii h n. P .1 I. ml
I 111', ll. Wllfll. ,1 III lr..ulll, tlt I ,lt lit
the hoard rallur than warrant n Ho ''llr'' l,lll,I, ""(l K,,"U' '" "",l1 '""
trensiiier Huch i,uiirnt win main mens of ItowerH or insecls
We know everybody and understand
Special Six Day Sale --- Shoes, Shirts and Boys' Suits
Radical Reductions are being made here for Six Days as an inducement to early June shoppers. Early shopping is really essential to
secure the best values.
CLOSINQ OUT SALE OF THE SHOE LINE AT COST PRICE
?4 0i) Kale price $J M 1100 Sale pi Ice. ti S5
::ii() Hale price IH.' J.0U Kale price 1 "5
All are new shoes, some of them having just arrived from the Coast,
Far below the regulr prices.
nm ii'j.i Yur can iti v . "" ni: hi it
1'iiit -"j.'i YoicN in i m: siit
I'olt 1 J". YDC 'N III Y " M: Hl'IT
These suits are absolutely new and in latest ctyles, and fit right.
Just received, several cased of NEW SHIRTS, Regular price, $1.25:
now 75c only. This line of Shirts may be sold very soon. Come early to
get first choice
DEST DRESS SHIRTS, only 75c.
Satisfaction Guaranteed As
v Well As the Goods
KAM CHONG. CO.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Opp. Central Fire Station