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E y ening ! Bulletin
From 8in Franelseoi
Wllhrlmlna Juno II
For 8an Franelseoi
l.urllnc, Mongolia June 11
Mnkura June It
Zcalandla Juno IS
Do you realize what It meant to your
business to have thoughtful, Intelligent,
diplomatic, courteous salespeople In
your atore, backed up with EVENINQ
Is Pre-eminently the People's Paper
.ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5259.
Z2 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912. 22 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Kniininl nmt iwt
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Allen, now pnrlH of entry for nil vob
Icl h wtari :PPoln.;; custom
rinc-lnlH In -linrir- will nnlllllllln In lin
Ii ronted In H,o laws in Ishind
incorporated In tlio Ilnwnllan Island
lervlco and will not be abolished at
the recommendation coming from
Special Agent W. H. Tldwell of tho
Treasury Department nt Washington.
Special Agent Thin ell, who has
l.nnt -,-. ti lllnlt-. -tivl.lltirAdltt'--t-all.H
wiu, .. ..h m iiiiiiii
into tho operation of tho customs scr-
Mco in tho Territory, has completed a
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jiy una iioiiuu lull,, .tmiiinwmi, rwillu
lul nnd Tort Allen. At each of tho
ports of entry Tldwell made dlllgonl
Inquiry as to tho amount of buslncs.,
passlns through tho port, j-,
116 Is tlhdcrstood to 1-nvc met with
complete Btirprlso at tho sovcral Isl
and ports when ho took Into constdoia
Hon tho vast amount of sugar ijb well
aa Imports that annually reach tho
outsldo ports through cssels which in,
many instances never touch nt Hono
Not to Abolish Ports of Entry,
Specials Agent Tldwell will depart
ror tho mainland and Washington as
a passenger In tho Pacific Mall liner
Mongolia, leaving Honolulu next Tues-
nX. ! '.I .'I '?il)cly, 1?10Wn ...mt
Tldwell during his island tour "has
-.. .iiu hkiii. mmmrer oimimi
,,u ,, m, im.u ,unuB.i niiuiuy louow
Ing his arrival hcio. ho la positively
known to have abandoned tho Idea of
putting o..t the four sub ports of entry. B't',' " even I and g ou do
fnamely , llllo. Mahukona. Kahului nninlJX,
1 Ori Alieil.
ncpresentathes of tho sovcrnl In-.
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PLAN LAW TO
A Inw- In i,li1T77nk .,i wll.leni ?l ..' '. lleB,I,lllrterB ' od'l '""'
stack selling sch. mesn Hawatr mod bf""1K "i? rt T" reCf.lpt
ririrtmXttZlwrti hw" ?( "e COliCC "','," "', nT' nccor,i.ln
nf l n l .nntnm flainl hJ n nnm ' '.? P A' Ua,,, wll' hy tBwA ot
h, nf ?.Jr.., , iu,liUMr"' ""l,licr' nc,cd "8 oh,cf """I'll-
in . JiJ nf i ,, Z 'f ' clan' V,aa aboul ,300' T,llH ,lmo"nt
nnci several oi ilicni nro engaged in Was actually counted by Rath, and tho
iirnllinlmirv unru ,if (Irnflltif n hill In
bo Vircse ted to tho iVoxtlc slat ire '
ti l ill I l in ii
ii J" '.' nn .'" I'rovl110
that all stock selling sebomes must
lass tlio scrutiny and receive tlio ap-
provnl or n competont nnd Impartial
triuunal Hero licroro tliey will rccctvo
nny encouragement or Indnrsomont.
Stock selling schmnos which will not'
allow full examination as to their
ineritB nro to bo publicly condemned
If tho wishes of somo or tho locul bro
kers aro curried out
Tho details of tho plan hnvo not
been dollnlloly derided, but work has
lecoutly bocn stnrtcd on tho bill
4. . 4. 4. . 4. 4. .;. .;. 4, 4. 1
Tho lluslncss Hovlow usually
f- appealing In tho Saturday II 11 1-
lot 1 11 will appear In Monday's
Wo have the largest stock In the city
of both Granite and Marble.
Orders vlll havo our prompt atten
tion. Ii. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Alakof -
M tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt It It a tt tt a,
tt Tho Klng'B Daughters will real- tt
tt Ize considerably more than a tt
M thousand dollars from tags sold tt
tt on tho streetB today, nccordlng to tt
tt some of tho unolllclnl estimates tt
tt made before 2 o'clock this after- tt
tt noon. Tlicro was mora than $300 tt
tt turned In up to noon besides n tt
,nrKc amount '' 'ho toy bankB tt
carried by tho workers, -which tt
" hd not been opened Selling will tt
U0 '" PfOgrcSS all nfterilOOIl. OllO tt
" l"lnilstlc estimate of $1700 was tt
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Honolulu Is "It"!
iVt nnlv.nl tin map i-i-inr nf Mm tnnn rt
Honolulu enr wearing llttlo rectangu-
,ar ,,aHtcuoar(U this afternoon bearing
, ,mr,i0 otters on white background
. TAO DAY
Scores upon scores or pretty girls
nt flit at,i. Atn. nf a.,..u nnlnfl nf ImU
nro decomJing tho titizc'nB of llonolu-'
i with these llttlo pasteboard squares,
.imi iu ,ini. in
lnrnmlni? tmxInoKxmnn onrlv thin
mnrnlnir worn mot n llmv .Inarnmlmi
i. .,,.. .i .... I... k..i.
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taMcr than I)IaJinK declining stock
mi,, ,, ,i, ,,i. nn n.,t
,,,,,. '.,., ,,, i, .. ,, ,,
hvrt didn't feel mora comfortable
with tho knowlcdgo that he was con-
trlbutlng to n worthy cause.
Tllnrn .rn mhtv fmv ,rrnl,nhpR"
who refused to gUo up. Nearly ov-
At.tlk.wl.. ntn ,I.kA..I. .. Itl. n n. ....
Ifll.lnno.l In will, fonrlilfu "r lunl.llj
. ,m nn...,, .. hi-
grabbed a few times, of course the 6
contributions began to diminish, but
Honolulu was open handed nt that.
Tho real credit for tlio day'n buccosb
comes tq tho ladles of tho King's
Daughter's Homo and thoso assisting
them hi the organization, and to tho
persistent, smiling, winning young
girls who sold tags right and left
throughout a long day. I
Collections Mount Up.
Tho result of tho work of tho Tag
Day committees up to thi noon hour
today was most satisfactory, accord
ing to Mrs. W V Hn ,r. When Veen
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mi . , ... ,, opened
.iuuii-. ..no ...ii-i iiii.iu mm,
Hopper believes that n considerable)
amount of money will bo collected this
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II II I PI I III I
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JULY 4 PLANS
plans for tho fourth of July cole-
bratlon nro moving along apace. 'Iho
latest fcaturo added Is a haVk race I
There nro a lot of Jaimncso nnd Chi
nese hack drivers lioro vv ho hold tlio
loins over vnrlous Nancv Hnuks, Dox !
ters, Uhlans and Ixm Dillons, nn 1
tlicro has been a raco arranged nt Kn
plolan! Park for their especial bono.
1 III 'I tin rn,. ..III lin u Ifnlllnir nffnlp
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tho trotters dragging hacks.
Ul owso, vvlio Is working on tho
Capllol grounds celebration, was hap-
py th s morning over n report from W.
1 Adams llm there w 1 bo at least
,.100 and possibly 500 in tho big chorus
llmt wll sing patriotic songs during
tlio patriotic ovorclscs ,
SAN ITtANCISCof Cnl . Juno 8-
Uuts: 88 anulslul)s 10 l.'d
LOTS BOOMED IN
Probably necr before In tho hls-
y of tho Torrltorv has such vt lid
bidding on public lands been seen as
thut which took placo, on tho steps of
tll0 Capltol building today, when for
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l,vo ,,our8' 'Kl""R "l non' lloril'
of land-hungry citizens, both men ami
women, slmt prices skyward on lots
In tho Kulloifou, Maklkl Heights, Wal-
aka and Maklkl Roundtop tracts tho
purchasers finally paying ten to nr-
teen times the assessed valuation of
Tho most remarkable "boosting"
unl ,. (hn Knllnunii bench lots, and
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gathered from the fact that the lowest
priced of these, hnvlng an nsscssed
valuation of (10, went for 1200. Mpst
rt tdnan i n iilni until frit pnnih.i rn.
Kven Land Commissioner Tucker
who nctod as auctioneer, warned tho
bidders In a remark that they should
j romombcr "Tho Ooernment was guar
I cnteelng nothing hut a bit of paper
I giving them tho title." Many who hae
' carefully Inspected these properties
declared that they cro worth little,
It any. moro than tlid assessed valua-
Hon, and It was questioned whether
III ft II V nf IlinitA Wlin tnlliml 111 I It O U. 11.1
bidding really know what they wcro
trying to buy.
Tho lots sold as follows.
Maklkl Helahts Tract.
No. 632 $1,092. to A. I). Castro.
Ni R31 ii.211. in R p Rinxlrniiin
m sr J7ki in i rriv
No. 636 $1,351. to Jno. O. Ilothh-
v r.s7 77n in v I. iin.n-v
No. 648 $1,610, to Mrs. W A. Wall,
Maklkl Roundtop Tract.
No. 808 $1,285, to Chas. Lewis.
No. 809 $1,2281, to A. J. Spltzer.
No. 810 $1,310, to McNamara.
K' n-noisW,' Mm a m 'nifli,
Walaka Tract'. ' '
No. 17 $251. to Abraham Kawal-
$260, to Ahnkuelo.
YOUTH AND MIDDLE AGE PART;
Mrs Albert A Araujo having left
bed and hoard, notko Is hereby
'" " lt be reK,u,..b.o fo,
ul,y 'k,''0'"' " nitounti contracted
This Is the formal notice today thut
heralds the HirtliiR of Albtrt ArauJ.i
and hi vouiik wife, and ends, a ro-
'''" of onlj a er's duration
uim,iiii,..,if ..in, n,n .,,,n, n,, i
. ' '
of this notke, Jlrs. Araujo has r.taln-
p.i norney . lem iiiinu nun papers
for a legal Kipiiratlon aro shortly to
bo llled, It was stated this morning
Mrs Ariiujii declares thut her husband
has threatened her life Araujo'a ,
frlemls stunchtv mmn to his ilefensn '
with tho statement that Mrs Araujo,
Intending to leave him, has made tho
niibllratlon of tbo notice to tradesmen
A ear ago, when the two were wed
PLAN FORBEHER STREETS
TUn present Hoard of Suuervlhors, can bo undertaken under theso condl'
which will go out of nlllco with tbo.tlous
(lit of rjemuer or tho present year.
proposes to leave sovcral lasting mon-
Iimontit behind, tliat Is. ir It tarries nut
Ul0 ,iro,osei ambitious plans now
moot'c(l , rallclll) ttltll 10 ,iscllssl(m
()f (, 1)0 llltor,,orotcd t,10 ow
',,,,' ,,m.nii mal lil,in,nni l,.
,, 0,)crnCd at n monthly oxpense
f ... Th, actordlni: to tbo
iinnnlmoiis Hoad Commlttco.ls barely
adequate to cover tho cost o'f mainte
nance of the road department's fixed
charges lis horses, mules and n llt
tlo band of employes. No now work1
No. 2 $67$, to W. C. Achl.
W-. O P.O In r t.l . ,- I
No. i J310. to Sirs. J. C Lane.
No 5 $130, to andwlch island,
No. 6 $261. to Sandwich Island
No 7 $12S, to Mrs. Kmlly Magoon.
No. 8 $915, to J .1. Combs. I
No. ! J55R. to J Marcalllno. I
No. 10 J725, to II M ,yjrcs '
No. 11 SS00. to Mrsl Jas. Iticknoll.
No. 12 $775, to Marmloa Mngoon.
No. Kl $550, to Kamaka Magoon.
No. II $500. to C A. Long
No. 181225, to Katon Magoon.
No. 19 $200. to A. K. Aona.
No. 20 $350, to Chas. Hose.
No. 21 $425, to A. K. Ozawa.
No. 22 $G10, to A. K. Ozawa.
No. 21 $535, to II. V. Ucrtolmann.
No. 24 $4C0, to II. V. Hertclmann.
No. 25 $400, to Mrs. II. J. HJorth.
No. 2G $265, to J. C. Anderson.
No. 27 $2C0, to A. Douso.
No. 28 $350, to J. n. Knos.
No. 30 $240, to K. llulTandeau.
No, 31 $200, to A. J, Spltzer.
No. 32 $275, tb Ino NbIiboIpImr,
No. .TI $775. to Krnest Ii Ooo.
No. 34 $240, to H. J. Auld.
tBARRY WANTS FIGHT HERE..
Jlm Ilarrj. the famous IlKhtrr. has
wblcd Paddj Ityan asking fpr it light
here July 4 Harry Is on his way
home from Australia He Is one of
t,, best hem y weights In tho business
Tho Inter-Island steamer Ukcllke
with 4639 sacks sugar, 96 bales wool
, 2 horses. 25 head cattle, 8a sacks corn
. ond packages sundries, Is an arrlva
j frdm Maul ports today. The vcbso
met with favorable weather ou tho
' co"eKe has been established at
Ds"lrtorf, (!c.riimn. for tlio nolo pur-
poso or instructing municipal olltclals
In their duties
PAY WIFE'S BILLS
ded, Honolulu people shook their heads
ami said that It was another case of
- -ne ' '" " , n. nN
extreme voutli ami miilule ago uniting
,,.,, ,,, A ..,,.. ,,, gM0
,urnI '" " """ c"n wirllor' -1"'1
her marriage to Araujo was the third
time that hr nuptial vows had li
"''.. Arauln Is aomo twenty-llvo
years her sudor
n Arnuiii'. heimlr It una xtntx,! tiiU
.... . .
morninit thai ho wishes to make flf.
ihmiki hi ikimuiuhi ..hum i.irn Ari.iiju
Is anxious In go to tlio roust, with
her falli.r In fait, their opposlng-dc-
sires In this are said to be birgelj re-
sponsible for tho breaking of relations
Mrs Arauln lift her husbuiid several
'dns ago and sas she will not return
to him Their friends look upon the
. whole affair with genulno regret
. . .
Araujo bus retained Thompson, Wll-
dir, Watson At I.vmer as his attornejs
Chairman Ham Dwlght, backed up
by other membcrB or tho Hoad Com
mllteo, Is to nsk for a much larger
monthly appropriation. Dwlght, with'
al modest In his demands, bcllovcs
that tho road department can get along
with twclvo thousand dollars a mouth
Ho Is awaro that a former Hoard or
supervisors grunicu a mommy aiiow.
mica ol $14,500 to tho Honolulu road
It will lako somo weoks to properly
and satisfactorily rramo up a Reinlnn.
nual appropriation bill thot will lit tho
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U U , U U U
n Tho trnnsl'acinc acht raco U
will probably Btart June 16 In- tt
m Btead of Tuesday. Juno 11 as orle- tt
lnally Bchcdulad. There will bo tt
tt four Btartcrs. Including the local tt
tt cntr, tho schooner-yacht Ha tt
n wall, flying tho tho burgco of tho tt
Hawaii Yacht Club, and thla will tt
tt nssuro n real contest all tho way. tt
tt Tho delayed start is duo to tho tt
u Innhllliv nf tl.n Rnnfnmr in i,n tt
tt ready before. tt
u TMi n. . m llnnnl..!,, tt
tt this afternoon In a cablo message tt
tt from Captain Stroud of tho Ha- tt
tt wall to Secretary Vetlcsen of tho tt
tt Hawaii Yacht Club. Tho names tt
nf ihn t.M,i. .1-rii,, r ,,m tt
tt given, but It Is presumed that tho tt
tt Hawaii, I.urllne, Nntooso and it
tt Seafarer form-tho racing quartet, tt
tt Tho cable, which Is somowhat tt
tt Indefinite, was worded as fol- tt
tt lows- tt
tt "Seafarer delayed. Start Sun- tt
tt day. Tour." tt
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tt Seafarer might not l)Q out of It
tt and tho racq rcnlly duo to start
tt tomorrow, but tho other Interpro-
tt tatlon is thought tho more likely
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt'tt tt tt tt a tt
Inauguration of a fast freight
passenger service by the Intcr-Islandl
Steam Navigation Company, In
In- Ik. M,,r,n Iffln n ,i --1, ,!
(lift uiu iuttunu ivn uii t nwn uuu
sailing schedule today, between Hono
lulu and llllo, enables tho people of
tho Dig Island metropolis to havo a
"Sunday" I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n .
Tho llrst five hundred H veiling
lSullotlus from tho press this aft
ernoon will bo bundled up and Imme
diately sent to the Mauna Kca wharf
to catch tho steamer which sails on
Its "maiden" Saturday voago to llllo
at 4 o'clock. C V, Merrill, spools! Ha
waii Bullotln representative, has
been in llllo for tho past week making
arrangements for tho delivery of the
papers Sunday morning.
llllo residents nro appreciative of
tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n 'a promptitude
HBng tbo Improved Inter-Island steam
er servlco is tho roport or tho speclnl
representative to tho lliillotin this
morning. I'lrst orders, for llllo's llrst
Sunday paper, aro lor live hundred
II 11 1 1 o 1 1 n s.
Hoys mounted on motorcycles, bi
cycles and horses, and by stage and
train will dollver tho Hullo tins
all ovor llllo and district; In Olaa
and vicinity, nnd far out along the
Hnmakun coast tomorrow morning
Kven In what was onco Isolated Puna
Kngllsh readers will rccclvo beforo
noon Sunday a copy of tho II u 1 1 c
tin of tho sr-no Issue you aro read
Ing now. The speclnl llllo, Hawaii, de
livery servlco will bo maintained by
tho Bulletin so long as Is tho
sailing schedule or tho Mauna Kca.
That tho Saturday servlco of tho
Intcr-lBlahd company will bo highly
tatisractory and successful is bespok'
en by tho rrelght and passengcre tho
Mauna Ken Is carrying today. And
receipt nf tho IlullotliiB on Ila
wauioinorrow morning win ompnasizoH,0 rr ,, to llirry .,rrmRi, this
ic reauers tnai tlio iriiliotln Is ov- ,nmrn,Cnt unless the holldu- Is fnniiiil
or ready to meet nil opportunities to i declared," wild President 11 von
Improve lis nows and delivery Bcrvii)aMmi r the Oalui Central Improve
Ico And specdlnesB or transportation, m,M,t Committee tnduy "Personally,
frnill Ilnnrdlllll 111 lllln Ulll tin Hnllll.II Litnu llitil lliorn Im tin linn In ilnlntr
jtoly demonstrated when tomorrowono
H ,i0 t0 rcai tlio Saturday II u 1 1 o -
1 1 ,, ( j0i Hakalau or Kapoho
Hero's to tho Hawaii readers and
may tho "newsies" or Hawaii prosper
with their Sunday lliillotin sales
as do tho Honolulu lliillotin howb-
'boys with Saturday snleB.
IAFT STILL WINS
ROOSeVClt Sends Out Call 101" Help
Leader Taft Wins Only
(Amiciatrd l'nes Cablr )
CHICAGO, III, June 8 Bad feeling between the Taft and Rooievelt
forces at the national committee meeting hai developed to uch an extent
that thirty policemen have been itationed at the Coliseum to preserve order.
... . . .
CHICAGO, III, June 8 Eight Arkansas, twelve Florida and twenty-four
Georoia deleaates have been seated. The only contest developed over tho
F"" Florida district, in which the Taft
William Flynn, the Pennsylvania
ed nere t0 ld nvell, the colonel
call for help.
OYSTER DAY, Mass, June 8 Roosevelt declared here today that tho
decision In one Alabama district was a
mke duil,d menL
(Special II u 1
CHICAGO, III, June 8. William
moned here to help the Roosevelt case,
aaer, have conferred and decided to summon Colonel Roosevelt himself.
ii- ,dth,t rr Bor,h of ld,ho and ot prep,rinfl ,or d-
tt t""lned fiflht on Monday.
It! . ' .....
t! NEW CANDIDATE FOR REPUBLICAN VICE-PRESIDENT
CHICAGO, III. June 8 Four Georgia Taft delegates were tested tills
afternoon. The California delegation will be taken up next Monday.
Formal announcement has been m ade to the committee of the candidacy
of John Abner Mead of Vermont, for the Republican vice-presidential nomination.
'Aiisoolated rrcs caoie.)
DANTE, Vs. June 8 Twenty-five
miners and mountaineers have been
killed In a fight over cards.
plac-'pnAI PflT IQ I ATFT
I U M U U U O I IO L.MIUOI
PROBE IN CONGRESS
( Special II ii 1 1 r 1 1 n Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 8. Tho
Senate interstate commerce committee
today Introduced a resolution to inves
tigate the high cost of coal.
1FREE LANCE WINS
DERBY AT LAT0NIA
LATONIA, Ky., June 8. Free Lance
won the big Derby, with Manager sec
ond and Worth third.
Tho winner's time was 2 minutes
Free lance was 13 to 2 in Senate will vote on the Lerlmer ma
'jority and minority reports on July 6.
MAY ABANDON CLEAN-UP
UNLESS HOLIDAY GIVEN
Clean Up Day will be Impossible to the roof garden of Iho Young Hotel
curry nut unless Acting Gov ernor I lust night, when Acting Governor Mott-Mott-Kmlth
declares n public holiday, I Smith said openly thut he Is not yet.
and lr the hollda) Is not declared, the
wnoin aiiair mieni ucucr ue cuueu uu,
according to statements made b lead
ers In the movement thin morning
It Is declared thut unless n public
holiday Is grunted, tho Clean-Up Day
fories can get neither workers nor
teams In any large number, und that
the nuiiilclpit ImuHt'-cleiiuliig will not
be even lui.f done.
It Is going to be absolutely Impns
a hair way Job or It. ror that would
, result In more harm to community
ndrlt Hun no clean-up whatsoever
Unliss wo get tho holldav. Clean-Up
Day can't bo carried out" ,
Public Meeting In Earnest,
Tho declaration for a holld.ii Is tho
result of tho public tmectlug held ou
to Flynn, Pennsylvania
Contest This Morn-ng.
forces won by a vote of 42 to 10.
leaner, nas arriveo. ne was summon.
having sent out the "C. Q. D." wireless
"naked theft." He has promised to
CALLING HIM TO CHICAGO
1 o 1 1 n Cable )
Flynn of Pennsylvania, who was sum.
and Senator Dixon, Roosevelt's man.
rAsKoclatrd Prese Cshle )
CHERBOURG, Fr, June 8. Tho
batleship St. Louis has struck and sunk
the French submarine Venemalre. It
Is believed that twenty-six havo been
ARE AMERICANS BEHIND
t Special null -tin Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 8.
Senator Nelson of Minnesota today in
troduced a resolution for an Invest!.
gation as to whether or not Americana
re '0men'in0 the Mexican revolution,
L0RIMER VOTE JULY 6.
(Kn-clal tin Me tin Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 8 The
reudv to accede to the requests ror the
holldu Tho iietlng governor said
that ho needs to be more convinced ot
the iiiiunlmltv of the demand and the
barking a holldav would get from tho
i Itlzeiih In general
There wus no doubt as to the sentl
mint or the meeting lust night, with '
the exception of a very Tew business
men who rut her ruvored the Idea of a
voluntary closing Oeorge V Smith
pointed out dllllcultles In tho way ot
general closing Hut the overwhelm
ing majorlt) of those present, which
Included tho men who nro working
hurdest for the success of tho move
ment, want the public holiday und be
lieve the j must get It.
Acting tiovirnor Mott-Smlth Is go
ing out or town over Sunday and the
Oaliu Central Improvement Committed
hopes tpat when he comes back Mon
das1 he will see tho necessity ot call
ing the holldiy
(Contlnued on Page 4)
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