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Taft-Roosevclt Scramble Is
Cause Alternate Marca-
lino Takes Place.
(hpiviil Iliillettn Cnlile.) j
WASHINGTON, D. C, JUNE 7. i
DELEGATE KUHIO HAS STARTED '
HOME. HE IS DISGUSTED WITH'
THE TAFT-ROOSEVELT SCRAM
BLE. A. Q. MARCALLINO, ALTERNATE.
FROM OAHU, WILL TAKE THE
PLACE OF THE DELEGATE AT
THE CHICAGO CONVENTION.
C. S. ALBERT.
S $, .!) .J. ,S ,, .J. .t, v, ij. J, .$. .1) )
Touts on tlio H.itti Ho sugnr
process wcio begun Inst Mim-
lay 1111 IJvvu iiluntiitloii, anil fruni
iiiiw on this, process, for which
IIh Inventor. 1: 1: Ilalti'llu nf
Wnllukti, mill others ilalm
stiutllng results, will he in op
irallon, closely watched li sug
ar nun nil ovirthe Islands N11U
l)i irr nf tlio Sugar Plnntcis'
l'.spc rlmcnt Ktutlun Ih nut nt
Hun In active 1 lunge nf tin' tests
In tln llftii ii-tiui-por-iluy bull
ing house tlint IniH Ihh 11 liiillt to
glwMhc prncis a thninugh try
nut Tin- expel Imcut In iinilcr
tin1 Ki'iieial supervision nf 1)1
ii'ttnr KcKurt of the plnuti rs'
epi ritneiit Mntinu
PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY?
Belief That Money Will Be
Saved and No Time Lost
DISCUSSION OF PUBLIC
POLICY AND CONSTRUCTION
Roof Must Bo Dredged Before
Wharf Can Possibly Bo
Used No Delay By Call for
Kdllor livening Bullet In.
Tlio Kuttlement of tho llllo wharf
question now pending befoio the
Hoard of Harbor (yommlsslnncrs of
tho Tenitory Ih ono that should have
caicful cousldnlrntlon In irOcr that tho
.public may get without serious delay
that mill of construction which will
bo as nearly as possible permanent.
A lempoiuty structure which can
last but a few years at most nml must
then bu -renewed at tlio oxpenso of
I f AhsocIiiimI I-reM Cable.) '
WASHINGTON, D. C JUNE 7.
FOUR TRANSPORTS HAVE BEEN
i ORDERED BY THE WAR DEPART
MENT HELD IN READINESS TO
TAKE 50,000 TROOPS TO CUBA.
Scholarship lioiioi-H itiu given this
Ijeur liy O.1I111 College to tun nf Its
stmlcutB, Hubert Alexander Anderson
nniT Milton i,U Holmes President
GrlllltliH nnnounced this today In eon-
Jittictlon with the niiiioiiiRemcnt ut
tlm commencement exercises
I The annual commencement pioginm
;h prnetlciilly complete, although 11
1 meeting to decliln on tliu date nnd
piogruin for Alumni Day was held to-
' day Usually Alumni Day falls on
Thursday, hut tills year Clean-Up Day
is Co be held mi Thursday, Juno 20,
I which causes 11 conlllct that, it was
I expected this morning, would he
1 uvided by letting Alumni Day on
, another date 1
. The exercises will begin next
Sunday ovcnlng, June IS, with
tlio baccalaureate Rernion to the grml
uatcs lii Central Union cliureh, be
ginning nt 7 30 o'clock Tlio l'unaliou
(lleo Club will sing K! Itobcrt V,
, Smith, pastor of the Methodist llpls
(copal church, will deller the sermon
to tlio young graduates. .
I On Wednesday morning, Juno 19, 1
at 9-30 n clock, I'minnou Piepar.itnry
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HAN IMtANl'ISl'l), Oil, June 7 -Huts
SS nimlyxis, ln : p.irlt). 1 Me
Previous limitation, 11" In l--d
V. 12 Wall and the Teirltoilal gov
ernment liavn ugrred to ail oxehangn
nf l,i,i,l lli,i will itii-ilili, tlm tiimiiiltiir
J plant of the Mauoa Valley extension
to bo erected oil (lie umilKii hiuo 01
Wilder avenue, and miikiil of the P11
liahoil college campus.
Nn freight will he received by Inter-Island
steamers on Tuesday, Juno
11th. I'rolght for HteamerH Mauna
Ken, Ktmiil and Mlknhala will he ro
ceiveil on Sniurduy and Monday.
largo ndltlonnl nppinprlutloiis, und of
delay und luterfeicnco with tho busi
ness of tlio port of llllo. which hy
that tlmo will liavo beiomo consider
able, should not bo tho one adopted,
even though mora of such a stiucturo
can be nt for tho money available
What Can Be Built.
Tho plans of tho Hoard of Harbor
Commlssloncrn iuivo bcon dov eloped
along two distinct lines- one, a con
crete piling structure with a wooden
toil, nml tho other n wooden piling
structure with a timber top. Hack of
either of Uicmi structures a largo till
nf earth, rock or cinders Is to bo made.
Of nil (ho bids received Wednesday,
the only bids coining within tho appro
piintlon nro for tlio woodcn-pllo struc
turo, and tho money In linuil does not
permit even of finishing that kind of n
btructuio to n stuto where any part nf
It can bo used exeopt tho hmnll area,
about forty feet wide, 011 tho front,
which stands dlrcctl) over tho wooden
Should tlio concrete-piling structmo
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NEW SONOMA ON
- " - &$i
(I. S. S. So in. Wlilcli rrliril 'llils
Reconstructed Oceanic Liner
Makes Hit With Passengers
t'omploio In every appolntinent and
leaving nothing to he desired as n
rnfe, (oniinoilious and' speedy steam
ship the Oceanic liner Sonomn made
Its bow to Honolulu s wmorfrout this
morning nftci an absence of six jenrs.
Many of the old-timers In shipping
und business circles took occasion to
rub their cs as tlio hugo esscl push
ed her noso through the waters of tlio
harbor nnd soon came nloiiRsldo tlio
Tito last lslt nf thO Sonoma to this
port was upon her retiring ojaKO
irom the Australian and Now Zealand
serlto Kor oep a twclvcnioutli tlio
Sonoma, like tlio Ventura, has been in
the hands of the shipwrights nt the
Union Iron WorkH. That the foreo o
MORE DRYDOCK CHANGES;
'I hern are moro changes In tho Pearl
Harbor drvdixk, and there is a gondj
bunco of tho force pf workmen ngaln
being Hklninied down to n minimum,
while P. II. Smith, engineer and super-!
inlelident of the San Francisco Ilrldgol
Co, tho loulinitors, makes it living!
trip to Washington to talk tho matterj
of materia! over witli tho ihlef of lliO
Bureau of Ymds and Docks, This does
not mean that the concrete tests that
were recently inude have proved mt-j
batlsfactoo, but that still further'
tests nro being made by tho Navy en-,
glneers with 11 view to secure n ml.-'
tine that will bo equally as good und
less costly. Tlio matter of extra com I
pcnsatlon to the conti actors for going
outsldu tho original speculations Is
nn Important one, and tho company Is
in no hurry to start In "pouring" until
en agreement has been readied on
tills point, or If llieie is a chance of
again changing the specifications with
in a short time.
Tlio cilllclal 11. 0(. of "Y and I)" has
been put to the work of tho Navy en ,
glucers and tho new mixture that by
exhaustive experiments whs found
satisfactory However, tho board of
oillters that Is to adjust the matter nt
extra cost has yet to meet, nnd the
CLEAN-UP DAY CAMPAIGN IS
GATHERING STRENGTH DAILY
cm:an-i'p day di:vi:i.opmi:nts.
Hoard of Agriculture puts force of
fruit-fly Inspectors at disposal of
Oahu Central Impiovemcnt Com
mittee. Business houses of Honolulu practi
cally unanimous In requests for
Acting Coventor Mott-Bmlth to
declnro holiday 011 Clean-Ui Day,
Improvement chilis nrgniilzo captains
and district fuiccs for big munici
pal house cleaning.
Morning, After mi Uimihv (if Six
.11 0 hutulri'd or more men who have
dally swarmed the ships liavo wrought
a miraculous ihange Is noted by a
casual glanco nho.it the Sonoma, Mali)
additional cabins do luxo hao been
added witli the elimination of ono of
tlio previous pnlr of funnels. There
arc a half-dozen flue cabins with bath
attached on tlio upper deck available
for tlio passenger of means and fastld
ious taste Practically uUTy Inch of
the Sonoma has been gono over In her
recount 1 uciloii. I
Captain J II. Trnsk, now master of
the Sonoma, Is justly proud of his
command Likewise nrn William II
McN'ulty, purser, Dr, O W Clark, sur-
geon, and Joe Cnrleton, chief stownrd,
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GO TO WASH,
will begin at 8 o clock tomorrow morn
contractor niai' decidu to wait until lug and will close at 2 o'clock in tho
cvcrvhlng Is definitely settled. A afternoon
month or so more delay will make lit- No specific price will be charged for
tie dllTereuce in tho ultlmnto finishing the tngs anil while the King's Daugh
nf the dock, nml if work Is suspended ters hnve been nssured Dint tho con
tor that time It may bo possible to trlbutlons from many soutces will bo
have definite) lufoimntlon us to tho liberal, tho tags may bo purchased for
pioposed 2i) foot extension, which any coin available. Tho following Is
would make considerable dlfforcnco to tho roll of "Taggers" and their respec-
the contiuctois In blocking out con-
Ltruetloii work from now on.
V II (Drydocki Smith when Inter
viewed nt Pearl Harbor over tho tele
phone by a Bulletin reporter this
morning, said that a trip to Washing
ton b him was very Indefinite.
"I hat's all up In tho air." said Mr.
Smith. "If I went It would bo moro
on the matter of the extension than
mi) thing else I think we'll stnrt In
again hero In a few days, hut It
lukes some tljue to get things ready
ufter 11 lu) oh, and I can't say exact!)
when or what we will do,"
Howcvcr, II Is thought not unlikely
that Mr. Smith will eventually decide
to make the trip, as It would bo tho
natural policy of the contractors to
huve a definite nnd distinct under-
standing 11s to what work was to bo
clone befoio starting In with 11 full
With a growing impetus nnd cntliu-,
slnsin for Clean Up Day, with scores
of business houses und business men!
asking for n public holiday to aid In ve have the largest stock In the city
tho movement, the big rally tonight f both Granite and Marble,
111 tlio mnktil pavilion of the Young
Hotel promises to bo ono that will Jus! I Orders will have our prompt atten
tlfy the Acting (lovemor In declaring tlon.
Juno 21 u public holiday. I
Airaiigeiuents for the meeting to .
night aro complete President II. tun
Duimn ami Secrctai) Ueorgo Oulld of
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U. S. SENDS
News has been rucehed here that
the Federal (internment Is to take n
more netlie hand in tlio Inspection of
food products In tlio Territory, In ad-,
dltlon to Its preparations recently an
nounced, to take charge of tho fruit
Pood Ihsvectnr Illancliard, who to
dnte has been handling the general
work for both the Territory and red
oral Oo eminent, announced this
morning Hint an asslstnnt chemist
from the l'edeial laboratory at Chi
iago has been detailed to Honolulu, to
collaborate with Illancliard, nnd that
the man, Inspector Hansen, was due
to sail from San Francisco for this
He will share the ofliccs nf Inspector
illancliard, using the same laboratory,
and will conduct Investigations of
roods and attend largely to the prose
cution of persons and corporations vio
lating the National pure-food laws.
Heretofore all such work 1ms been
done by Illancliard, ami most of tho
prosecutions have been carried only
Into Police. Court. After Hanson's ar
rival It Is expected that tho two In
spectois, working together, will be
ablo to deoto more attention to In
ch ldual cases.
Preparations for tomorrow's Tag
Day campaign are now complete and
tho big force of taggers enlisted by
tho King's Daughters to harvest the
building fund for the now Home liavo
been assigned their stations and
equipped with their tags, collection
anks and purple Insignia. The act
tail work of tagging tho community
live stations nnd beats
Pacific Heights and Alewn Heights
Mrs. II I.. Kerr, Mrs. Willis T. Popo.
and Miss Christina Gcrtz.
Nuunnii Valley Mrs. 13. A, Jones,
Mrs. C. II. Traey. Mrs, J. P. Whine,
Miss Jano Wlnue, Miss Nora Sturgeon,
Miss Helen Jones, Miss Hester Pratt
Miss Catherine Pratt, Miss i:dna Ken
guson, and Miss I.ucy Dlmond
Port Shatter, Pol Factory and Per-
tlllzer Works Mrs, Joseph French. Jr.
' (Continued on Page 2)
I Supervisor Ilhen I.ow left for II11-
wall at noon today to meet his broth-
cr, Jack I.ow, who Is ciltlcally III at
Kukulhiule. It Is Kben's Intention to
bring his brother tn Honolulu, If pos-
sible, nnd upon his iirrlvnl there liu
will consult the physicians before do-
lug ui thing fr his kick brother
Tho Supervisors It Is believed will
look with favor on the project of
curbing a 12-foot parkway along Kala
katia avcinio upon the recommenda
tion' of Supervisor Murray. Thrco
thousand dollars Is to go Into tlio new
appropriation bill to cover tlio cost of
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FAVOR OF TA
BITTER ATTACK MADE ON TAFT'S POSTMASTERS
(Mcl.il lltillcttn Cable )
CHICAGO, III., June 7. Conteiti nn the Taft delegate from the Ninth
dlatnct in Alabama, the Rooievelt men claimed that the Taft man wn elect
ed by a bolting convention.
In the Arkantat contest, the Root evelt forces are charging that the or
ganization of Federal postmasters, controlled by Taft, dominated the conven
tion, and that these postmasters are Fedal job-holders solely through and for
the distribution of patronage.
ROOSEVELTERS LOSE IN ARKANSAS DISTRICT CONTEST
lHrhil II u I I el I 11 C.itil, )
CHICAGO, III,, June 7. Four Taft delegates from the first and second
Arkansas districts were seated today by the national committee by a vote of
49 to 2, thus adding to the victories won during the day by the supporters
Senator Dixon denies a report that he is to be supplanted as Roose
Senator Perkins of California hat arrived. He says he is confident that
Roosevelt will be nominated.
TEDDY MAY GO TO CHICAGO TO TAKE CHARGE
(Rpcclul llulla tin Cubic f
CHICAGO, III., June 7. Roosevelt Tnay be here next week to take per
sonal charge of the campaign preceding the convention.
I (Associated PrrMS Cubic )
' CHICAGO, III. June 7. Taft delegations, though contested by the Roose
velt forces, won today In the decisions by the national Republican commit
tee .in session here.
All twenty-four of the Alabama Taft delegates were seated, and six at
large and two each in fivo districts were contested. There was only one con
test in the Ninth district. The vote in the committee was 38 to 15. Four
Arkansas Taft delegates were seated unanimously.
Attorney Ormsby McHarg represents Roosevelt. The motion of Senator
Borah of Idaho that a request from eight for a roll-call be sufficient, was do-
ABE RUEF NOW TAFT ASKS HI
(Special nuilni'n Cable-)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal June 7.
Abe Ruef, convicted San Francisco
boss, will appeal tonight for patrol from
San Quentin to the parole board. Judge
Lawler, before whom the Ruef case
was tried, has refused to indorse the
9 mm i e
PRESIDENT SHOT !
r AHirtctnleil VrrAs ciiuie 1
BUDAPEST, Hungary, June 7. Ju
lius Kohvac, leader of the Opposition
party in the lower house of the Diet,
today shot at President Count Tina
during the session of the Diet, but miss
ed, after which he shot himself, prob
ably fatally The cause ,was a row
over universal suffrage.
"If you want to play tlio role of mil
lionaire for a matter of minutes or
hours, borrow ten dollars backed up by
the guarantee from Uncle Sam, go to
Guatemala on the Central American
coast, remain there long enough to
rldestcp the alligators and make ac-
qiialutniico with tho thrifty little Hen,
tlinugo )our American money Into
Utintcmnlan currency. You will find
that tlio natlvo money will have to lie
stored uwoy In a sultcaso for convc-j
This Is tho wny Or Oeorgo W.i
Clark, tho nieTry llttlo surgeon In the.
Oceanic liner Sonoma, sizes up thai
t It nation, following n round trip to
Panama ami the Central Amerlcnn re
publics In the Sonoma, which tarried
a select party of 3UU travelers, iucin-1
- lul a Pr i-rMi
COLUMBUS, O., June 7. Taft has
wrltten'to Warren G. Harding, former
lieutenant governor of Ohio, asking htm
to present his name to the Chicago
FEDERAL JUDGE ATTACKED
BY SOCIALIST LEADER
(Special II u 1 1 r 1 1 n fable. 1
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 7.
Congressman Victor Berger the So
cialist, today began impeachment pro
ceedings against Federal Judge Han
ford, of Seattle, the jurist who barred
Leonard Olrsen from citizenship be
cause Olssen admitted on examination
that he was a Socialist.
SUPREME COURT CURBS
1 COMMERCE COURT RULE
1 1 Hiawhil Hull, tin Cable 1
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 7. The
Supreme Court today reversed the
Commerce Court in many Important
decisions, holding to the technical
grounds that the Commerce Court In
. its activities must not supplant the In
terstate Commerce Commission.
bcrs of the Pacific Coast Chambers of
Commerce on an excursion
"Thai Panama Canal Is a wonder.
Tho big ditch Is nine-tenths complet
cd." sa)B Dr Clark, who recounted In
his happiest vein fc's experiences on
the Isthmus nnd along tho coast trip,
when tho Sonoma nrrived at Honolulu
this morning. Dr Clark Is supplied
with nn extensive series of largo pano
ramic views tnkcti by a special pho
tographer who traveled with tlio
Chambers of Commcrco party. The,
vlovvs slow canal development from
tlio Atlantic to the Pacific.
The fluctuating currency of filiate
mala proved a theme over which the
popular Sonomn surgeon eloquent
waxed. "It was hot In Guatemala, and
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