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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE C, 1912.
MAY GET LEE
TELLS TIME BUT
THIS CLOCK HAS
I M. C. A.
(Continued from Paoft It
tumble Dint ended with Hie former's
ip3prirn Ezdl 11
The local V M i' A may secure
for Its mi m'm ldiyslcul dlnUnr one of
the bct-cqulpped iiion In tin' WcHt.
i cording to news rccehcil lure IIiIm
morning In n IctliT from Hccrctnrv
Chul Super, now ni tlto nmlnl.'iml get
ting iiildlllohs to tin staff Mid men to
llll vnl ancles.
, Tin- "prupctt" Is 1'. V I.co of the
Portland. Ore., iisociutlou. I.ce I an
all-ill rmtiil athlete, and hn liad a num
ber or yearn of successful experience
Air u physical dlri'itor He l known
In Ri'Virnl people now In llonnlnlii mid
h hiiIi to lio remarkably m II flltnl for
tho work licri'. l.ewN Is a inuk bus
fji'tluill iiml Imschall plajcr and ntrmiK
n gymuni'luni ilnss work.
More Infoi niatlon also came about
l.loyd It Klllim, the ri'llliiiM worker
III, has studied In Wllllain Jewell Col
lege, llrown ITnlwrslty nnd the Uhl
virslty of Missouri, taking liolh an
A. It mid nn A M. degtio; Iiiih been a
jear at Providence, It. I, for n venr an
ursocl.itc seeretarv: Is 27 y-urs of one
llf will nrrlvi' about September I
, V. I.. JoliiiMn, the famous Middle
f ilht'iiici runnel who bus I n
sfcureil iih dlri'rtor of the hovs' phys
tnil work, Is nli referred to lilishly In
Mi Snpei'H lettvr lie Isis rcmrds of
4 minutes 1'7 se wids for the mile. 'i
minutes ll.it for die two mile and fi.
minutes for the tell-tnlle rare, lie 1-4
a baseball and basketball pl-icr alno.
He .-oeH to the Lake (leiicvu training
school for n month this summer Jnhn
run says he will develop a man here
III Urst year who will heat the present
llnwnlUin renin! for the mile rim
The waler fumlno at Schoflcld liar
lacks li almost nver. Alrcndy tlicro
Is n big Improvement In tlio system,
nnd within n few days It Is Imped Hint
l hero will he water nnd to sparo nt
Hip big post. Cnptnln Watklns, post
iiunrtcrmnster, reeclvcd the ncccRSnry
permission to iurclinse pipe locally,
nnd' lie tins almost completed the Iny.
lug of nenrly n mile nnd n half to a
new tunnel In the mountains, which
will connect with, the present supply
SIIHUMAN In llonolnlii, Juno ,",,
11112, nt Hie l.enhl Homo for Incur.
aides, I-'red. Sherman, tnemlier of
the (1. A. It. !
The fuuetnt services, which will
he held from the TowiiRond iinderliik-
Ing parlors, nl 3 o'chujc today, will 1m.
In charge of the (1. A. It. I
Ah 1-cong today added to his lints,
of HUlts to quiet title In property
which he purchased sonic time ago,
now flllui; the names of l.am Tol et
til., Ileniy Williams, et nl. and t'. K. '
A I et ill. I
Although tlicro is n rumor going tlio
rounds that the Tactile Fleet will ro
turn to the Coast In the near future,
the opinion prevails hern Hint tlio
ships will not leave the Far Kast until
.Inly 1 nt tlin enrllest. The Han l-rnn-tlseo
llxamlner prints the following
dispatch on the suhjeet: i
VAM.I-MO, Cal Mny 29. Orders re
ceived todny nt Mnro Island Nnvy
Vnnl givo rlsfc to the belief Hint tlio
(miners California, South Dakota and
Colorado, now In Philippine waters,
will return to Hie ynrd nt nn enrly
dale. The orders In question direct
Passed Assistant Paymaster Holand
V. Schuninnii to report nt the ynrd
pending the nrrlvnl of Hie California,
to which he has licen assigned. It is
hellovcd Hint If the California Is not
to return heic Hchumnun would hnu
heen ordered to Join her In the Phil
On evidence shnwlug that his wife
was afflicted with Chinese leprosy,
William (leorgo Hohcrts wns granted
u dissolution of the marriage bond
from Susan Iloherts hy Judge Whit
ney. Ono of the largest renl estate deals
of tlio month was consummated yes
terday when James T, Taylor acquired
the properties of Mary B. foster on
Nuuanu rond below the brickyard and
adjacent to the Queen Kmnia Park for
According to n report brought by
(Ulcers In the Inter-Island steamer
llelenc, the following sugar Is await
ing shipment on Hawaii: Kukulhaele
I.'ihi, Honokaa 10,200, Paauhau Clot),
Paaullo 2.'i,70o, Ookalu 12,000, Papaa
Harold ICdward Wallace and Aug-
nst Santos were arraigned before
Judge- Robinson an the charge of rob
bery In th second degree. Their
pleas woru reserved until 9 o'clock
next Monday morning, and ball botid
was set at $5000 each.
"What makes that ilnck run"" Is n
ipicxtloii that is agitating Port street
pi de-Uriahs who puss the Jcwilr store
of Wllllain Prucha In the window of
the store Is a hlit glass time dial
III. out two feet wide und deep, with
hour and minute hands twilve i rid
elR-htci-n Inihes lomr That Is nil there
lit to the clock except the steel pivot
on which the hands are attached to
the fate There Is uhsnl ttelv no el
di lice of mechanism about the clock,
mid It ku I is perfci t time
tirnuty or a system of weights
workiil out tn keep in minute motion
tli Iintuls Is the must titnlisllilp Urst
guess, but the theory Is nimewhnt ex
ploded when Prucha takes the hands
tiff the clock, and after replacing them
they return to points imlieetlng the
exact Hum ,if ilnv. Alitt still tiinre
astonishing is the fact that the hands
can be whirled either way on the dial
and will elways come hack to a posi
tion pointing to the (nrlict time It's
u puzrlc all are Invltid to work upon,
but Prut ha ,les no assurance that
"the sn-ri t of the rnmblnatlnii," as his
friends termed It. will cwr be made
AT MERC! OF
"I regret Hint many people do not
understand our position In the p:illu;
matter," said Manager llallcntyiio of
the ltnpld Transit Company this morn
ing. "I enn nssuro you Hint our company
has no desire to nvold n proper uav-
lug for the street whero our track runs
but tlio present status Is such that the
company would bo absolutely at the
mercy of tlio paving contractor doing
work for tlio city.
"Under the decision of the Supreme
Court tlio Supervisors of the city
have no discretion as regards the pav
ing between our trncks. They could
not, for instance, allow us to use a
paving block when the other material
of tlio street Is bltullthlc.
"Tlio municipal authorities could let
n contract for paving n street, say,
with a patented bltullthlc. Wo would
bo forced to uso this pavement, and
tlio contractor could chargo us what
he pleased not the price made to
the city, Furthermore, this might ho
i H irnrnr. n irirnr
Don't Buy the first suit
you look at. Remem
ber that you can buy UJ
clothing with a repu
tation almost as cheap
as ordinary makes.
For instance, consider
CLOTHES. If this line of
clothing' was not the best J
w America it would not
find room in our store.
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
One of tho Principals with the
A New Ensemble, with Pretty Songs
A Charming Opera of the Balkans
A High-Class Performance
"Child Wizard of the Piano"
A Great Novelty
r pavement which would put our ties
beneath a heavy layer of material
most dllllcult to mow In case wo
should hnvo to make changes or re
pairs on our tracks.
"If tlio Supervisors had authorlt)
under the interpretation of the law to
exercise discretion, the situation would
bo quite different. Hut they have no
"I cannot bellevo that the people
vlsh any public-service corporation to
bo burdened with a hardship, which
would certainly result If It were plnced
at the mercy of the mnkers of any par-'
"Now as to watering thu streets we
havo shaped out a scheme whereby
the Rapid Transit can water all thu
streets on which Its trncks run. Tho
cars used for this purposo carry largo
tanks with good capacity, and I think
it will be a very easy matter to carry
such a plan throiiglt In a manner to
give the people tho best possiblo ser
vice at tho least expense.
"Tho Hapld Transit Company wish
es to do everything It possibly can for
tho progress of the city, I thought we
could seo u way out of It tho other
night, through an understanding with'
tho Supenlsors. Then our attorney!
raised n point nnd I could seo that an,
arrangement wns Impossible until the'
iliiestlon had been passed iiion by tho,
highest legal authority. i
I "I would glto a good deal If someono
would show a way out of the problem.
I I don't belloo the people, when they
I stop to think and become nciialnted
with all the details, would forte tho
I company Into a position that would
I mean an Injustice done."
FN SEWALL CASE
Clashes In Federal Court this after
noon between Attorneys Stanley audj
(leorgo H, Curry, In tlw Sullivan libel
case against the ship l-Mwnrd Hewall.l
reached a point where dually Judge
Dole took a baud and put the soft ped
al on Stanley's orbnl activities.
Attorney Curry was on tho witness
stand testifying mi certain points of
tho case which he, as couiihcI for tho
plaintiff, wns trying to bring out, wbl:
the other proctor, Attorney (leorgo 1).
Little, iiuestlonliig him. On cross ex
amination Stanley grow rather sarcas
tic and after several set-tos, Curry ob
jected to Stanley's methods. Judge
Dole commented on tho "snrcasm
that Stanley was exercising, and Sinn
Icy said' ho couldn't help It If his olco
sounded sarcastic. It was because ho
had been tnklng singing lessons.
Good for 2000 Votes
I nominate Mis. or Miss
Downtown address, if any
Ilcinuso he struck his young daugh
ter with n horsewhip seen or eight
times and left marks on hei
body Churles Ilradley was lined $."o
nnd costs this morning hy I'ollco
Judgq Monsarrat. Uiriln Andrews,
appearing for the defendant, noted nn
District No (See District Divisions)
Nominated hy ..." Address
Only tho Urst nomination ballot received for each candldato will count
for 2000 Miles. ITH out all thu Hues ot this ballot very carefully and mail
AT ONCI-: to tho Contest Manager, Ktenlng Ilullctln, Honolulu, T. II.
The management reserves tho right to reject any objectionable no ml
Kill out this blank, write plainly, and send It to Contest Manager with
your name or tho name and address ol your fawirlto candidate. The names
of persons making nominations will uot bo divulged, it so requested
OFFICIALS FOR SWIMMING
The follow Ing oltlcluls have been
named tu olllclate lit the Hawaii. in
Athletic AsFiicliitlnn championship
swimming meet June 11:
Clerk of course, I.orrln Andrews,
I referee. Curl WliU-in.innj Judges of
fancy diving, !' O. Hoyer, II II Clarke.
A It Ciinliii. timekeepers, Merle John
son, Hen ! lulling! r Oeorgo Cror.ler:
starter, llrncM Knpke; Judges, T V
King. I'liul Jnrritt, V T Iluu litis,
iiliiiiiuueer, John Anderson
WILLARD E. BROWN TO I
LEAVE "THE STREET"
Wlllnrd I! llrown will retire from i
iiutli brokerage work. It was report- I
, eil yesterday and loullriued by Mr i
llrown todny. lie lias been expecting!
' for mine time to leave for the inaln- .
I land for an extended viu-iitlon, and al- .
though retaining an Interest In Hal-
stead A.- Co w 'II not be lis active on
"the street" as in the past V A '
l.me will eoiitlnu" und will take Mr
Hi'omii's suit on the exchange.
Note: The management wishes to
call attention to the fact that a fine
"Sounding Board" has been install
ed, making the acoustic properties
of Ye Liberty Theater perfect.
AD CLUB LUNCH
One of the best meetings of Its ca
reer was held by the Honolulu Ail
Hub at the Itathskeller this noon Pa
pers on the (I.ikmIiIciiIIoii of advertising
were rem! by J II .McSwanson, James
(lulld and K K. I'.ixsiiu. Theso cover
led the subject thoroughly and were
.excelluit rcprcHi illations of facts se
cured fiom experience, observation and
i study The llfleen minutes for discus
sion was taken up by remarks from
Mr Cheatham, Mr Miu-kuye, Mr l'ord
and Mr flurrey
The sessions of tho Ail Club close
promptly ut 1 o'clock, and the time Is
all taken up with live talks on live
topics for those who advertise.
J Itobert Ilaelme and Wong Chung,
Indicted hy tho (Irand Jury for us
fiiiult and battery, were arraigned this
morning before. Judge Itoblnson, tnn
former entering a plea of not guilty
nnd being released on a bond of $2.r0
to appear for trial tomorrow morning
at 10 o'clock Wong Chung reserved
his plea until 9 o'clock Momluy morn
ing, und was released on tL'.'iO bull
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Aitlsllc Job printing run until) ur
flhlalnril from the Hit II et I it's com.
plrtclj cijulpiicd Jul) prlutlm; plunt.
The Appreciation of
by thoughtful home-seekers sup
ports positively our statements
that BEACHWALK is the
most desirable home site ever
offered to the people of Honolulu.
livery lot in BEACHWALK is
accessible to the best bathing beach at
Waikiki; the pi ices are low, the terms easy.
For a home for investment BEACH
WALK " unequaled.
Make an appointment for our represen
tative to meet you on the property.
Uenrj' Waterhoitse Trust Co.,
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