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From Bin Fmncltcol
Wllhclinlim Juno 11
For San Francisco!
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diplomatic, courteous salespeople In
your store, backed up with EVENING
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14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
CUBANS FIRE ON U. 8. MEN
v 'y V !
Acting Oovcrnor Motl-Smlth ;-
shortly before nonn toiluy Issued s
a irH'laiimtlin setting apart "
Thursday, Juno 'JO, uh u public i
liollilny Thin decided Clean- t
Up Day ns a rcrtnlnty. Ills 'v
liriiclaiimtloii followed nssur- y
unccs from the city nrul county ;
I hut the llonril of Supervisors
will ,closo nil municipal otfices, '!
will enlist Um equipment of 5'
thirty-odd carts nml Its force of 5
men on Clcun-Up Day, nml will -5'
besides tills uppruprlnlo (200 to- ;
ward the labor expensed. A
S 5 5
No better demonstration of interest
in public welfare can be found than In
the determination of citizens and resi
dents of all classes that this Territory
shall be kept free from diseases and
maintained a healthy place In which
Hawaii has established this reputa
tion both at home and abroad. To those
who reside, as well as to those who
intend to reside or visit here, the ac
tive and energetic participation of the
people in publio health and sanitation,
their insistence that the householder
and land owner as well as the health
official shall do his duty in this re
gard and their continued purpose of
cleaning up and keeping clean are of
the best of assurances of continuity of
good health In Hawaii,
Therefore, by virtue of the authority
vested In me by Section 115 of the Re
vised Laws of Hawaii as amended by
Act 167 of the Laws of 1911, and In
order to aid In the continuity of this
movement as well as in its effective
ness, I do hereby declare Thursday,
June 20, as Clean-Up Day and do here,
by appoint that day at a Territorial
holiday, I earnestly recommend that
all people devote every effort during
that day to the improvement of the
sanitary and health conditions of their
own premises and of the Territory.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the Great Seal
of the Territory to be hereto affixed.
Done at the Capitol in Honolulu this
tenth day of June, A. D. 1912.
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Acting Governor of Hawaii.
HOW IT WAS DONE.
fact and effective work 'by leaders
In the Oalui Central Improvement Com
mitted and by Supervisor Many Mur
ray and other members nf the hoard,
tills morning made. I'lean-ITp Day n
reitaluty "ml settled tlm problem of a
public holiday on ThurMilu, Juno IP
Tim executive, cnmuiitteo of the neu
tral rumiullten im t last Saturday lift -eruoun
and formally decided ttiat tho
Clean-Up Day plans would ho dropped
it unco unless Acting f!ocrnor Molt
Smith should xeo hit way clear to
(Continued on Page 7)
We have the largest stock in the city
of both Granite and Marble.
Orders will haye our prompt atten
tion. H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Atakei
In nn effort to enllit tho backing
of tho oterM of Huwall for women'!,
suffrage, tho Hawaiian Women's Po
litical Organization, formed a few
weeks ago, will hold a mass meeting
nt Aaln l'urk nt 7 30 o'clock this even
ing. rractlcall) nil the women In the or
ganization uro wives or relatives of
local Democrats, so much so, In fact,
that the movement Is Inking shapo III
reality us a Democratic one Indeed,
delegates wlio will leave on the So
noma for the tloiirbon convention In
Ilaltlmurc lire considering the matter,
said one of them this morning, of
bringing up, on behalf of Hawaii, a
woman's suffrage plank before the na
tional platform committee In un at
tempt to get It acted upon by the con
vention Hrs. Wilson, wlfn of John Wilson,
tho Democratic national committee
man, will preside, and tho speaker
will Include prominent Hawaiian wo
men speakers. Mrs, Sarnh Kalll, Mrs.
.Sharp lyid oilier ladles will uddress tho
.Ma J or Kern, who has Instructed tho
Hawaiian band to play at Aaln Park
tonight, will bo among tho speakers.
Convention delegates John Kfllngcr, Q.
J. Wilder and M. C Pnchcco have con
sented to speak. It was stated this
During tho ineetlng tho resolution
drafted with n view to getting woman's
suffrage extended by Congress to tlm
women of Iluwull will be rend to tlm
audience This done and approved by
the meeting. It will bo forvvnrded to
the lemucratlu national committee
man, John Wilson, who will bo pres
ent at the Democratic convention.
.Mrs. Kail, one of tho lenders, said
this morning that tho matter of wo
man's suffrage was first brought be
fore John 11 Wise and John C Uine.
Ilepuhllcan lenders, but that they turn
ed the proposition down On this uc
inunt she said, the women turned to
the Democrats, who took up the nfat
ter with enthusiasm.
Link MtCaiidless, who Is Visiting on
Maui, was spoken to, and ho Immedi
ate h Interested himself lit the propo
sition Other Hawaiian Democratic
leaders, .Including (1 K Keawchaku
uud J M Poepoe, commenced to work
lunongst their friends, and us a result
tho society was organized
Asked whether a copy of the reso
lution would be forwarded to Prlneo
Kiihlo, Delegate to Congress, Mrs Kail
said that It was tho Intention of tho
leaders to say or write nothing to tho
Deleguto iibout the proposition
Japanese to thn number of lO.'i ro-
turned tn Honolulu as stcerago pas
tongers In tho Paclllc Mull llrfer Mon
gnlln, arriving at 2 o'clock this after
noon. Other passengers Included 20
cabin, fi second class, nml 24 Chinese,
sti Filipino nuil 4 Korean Hteerngo.
Tho Mongolia met with lino weath
er on tho voyngo from Hongkong by
tho way of tho usual Japanese ports
of call, The, liner Is tn bo dispatched
tor Ban Francisco nt 9 o'clock tomor
row morning, taking seventy nddl
tlonal cabin passengers from Jlils
port. I'ursor Jorome rcpons i.iu
through cabin, 30 second class and
24fmnniMin uTnnZ""' ,,.'
Honolulu freight amounts to 310
tons, consisting of rite. Japanese pro-
visions, ChlnoBo wlno nml cur os Silk
7" ." X la'.a, "'T "'mr''
III transit for San Francisco.
i,T.n IT i- iTin AmnriVnii i nnvrnnionr
M Ca le mJ wife , Zrt ," 1
at Calcutta, wlfo and daughter aro on
i 'iinain innnrni si Mimiunia v-nii.
on lo to tho mainland, as Is Professor
llurbank, brother o Lutlier Ilurbank,
loturnlng from the Philippines,
HAN KIIANOIHCO. Cal, June 10.
llleeth: 88 unalysls, lis 8 l-4d.; pur-
.,. AjjV.-a!... .vieJk .AiraAilci OmuiiM-.-41 '-ifcU Jti. Jatki.
SAYS NO EXPERT
Tax Assessor Wilder this morning
admitted ho had assessed the property!,
of tho Ilnvvnllnn Trust Company nf
$19 per square font. In the course of,
his testimony before the Jury In tho
Mahuka site hearing. Ho further stn-
ted that ho hnd generally considered
7 and 8 per cent, n fnlr rato of Inter
est for business properties In I hat par
ticular buslncsH section of Honolulu,
though ho could not recall any1 sales
that had been inndo nn that Interest
During his cross-examination by At
torney Olson, representing tho Hawaii-
MANY CHANGES PROPOSED
IN G. 0. P.
Changes In tho Itepubllcan party
, ,i . i .i it. .. ..i
nilcs affecting primaries throughout
tho Territory and In many cases cans-
Ing sweeping modifications In the
presont electoral system are proposed
by the special Committee on Rules
which lias been working for somo
woeks on tho problem of revising tho
inrty regulations. tho ureal Kcglster, is ravorcd. This
Tho report of this committee was Is to Insuro straight voting In precinct
set for tonight, but It has been found elections. Another rule affecting pro
that but fow members of tho Hxecu- clnct clubs Is that all occrs of such
live Commltteo of tho party can bp clubs shall bo officers of tho club ox
present at tho meeting called at party ecutlvc committee. This Is a mnv to
headquarters, bo tho plan now Is to nil- (Continued on Page 4)
DEMOCRATS READY TO SAIL AWAY
Carrying as excess bnggngo a num.
ber of political planks, the most Im
rortant of which Is Statehood for II.. nV07,uno 1 lV,he' c'emlon cHy
wall. the Democratic delegates to tho i,Cadqunrtors will bo at tho Hotel
National convention at llnltlmoro will Strafford. The delegation hns been
sail for the Coast on tho liner Sonoma offered tho uso of tho special train
Wednesday. That Is, threo of tho leaving Chicago for Italtlmore with
dcluegates will sail, tho other threo tho Itepubllcan delegates, but it Is
being already on the mainland, more likely that they will mako tho
John Kfllngcr, Gilbert J. Waller, tho transcontinental trip from San Krnn
presont National committeeman, and cIsco direct.
Manuel Pachcco aro the delegates In Ono prospective plank, which Is to
leave, tho latter having been elected bo left in tho homo litmbor pile is thnl
nn nltrnato nt tho Territorial convon- for National woman's suffrngo, which
Hon, and now Inking tho placo of lien tho "vvnhlno" progresslvca tried tn
Loons, nf Mnul. On tho Coast nlrendy have ndoptud at tho Territorial con
nro W. A. Kinney, holding tho proxy of vcntlon Inst April. It Is n great ills-
David l;wnllkn of Hiln; Harry Irwin
of Hawaii, and Allan Herbert of Mono- that tho delegation Isn't instructed In'mlttee this afternoon, to admit on af
lulu. this particular. fidavits the Roosevelt delegates in the
NO BULLETIN TOMORROW.
According to Its custom, tho II u I
let In will not Issuo tomorrow. Ka
TAG DAY SWELLS
?27r! oven Is the amount that the
Ivlnfr'a rVntir-ltlnra rnnllvntl frnm Tnf
n 8t Baturdny In their campaign
for tl0 ,low lMlll(InK -fUIi. This un-
nr1I,i ,. m,in ni i oVi,.eW m
iy y Mm. jmo mrinioii. ciinirmti
of l0 Rellcral cnmmttloe. This In-
cmlcs 10 prnccC(lg from tll0 loy
lanka Bnd tll0 t.trl)ullon by passcn
"B" "f "in MfHIne.
I rrim ....... nlH.ui .rlul...u I,, nvlni.il Itu
. ....... ....
i , .,,,,, i, ivivu .. .n.i.o ,,, ua,, ,,.. nn
llcar,,est tliaiiKs to all those who con-
trlbure'1 ,c,wnri1 "mk,"R TaK 1)ay lll
BUec08H i. ,.ng. lncludlne thn hoads of
l0 yarUma BuL-commlttccs. tho worn,
0 RI1(1 yolnB ,,,, wll(l voillllteorc(i
( ... ,, ,. .., , .,.,.. ,mMlr
to KCll tags, and tho guncral public
which bought generously. Last week,
with private contributions and Tag
Day proceeds, tho Kings Daughturs
leallzcd $10,000 and tho building is as
AT SANTIAGO; INTERVENTION LIKELY
nn Trust Company, Wilder cheerfully
confessed Hint he was not testifying
as an "expert," although thn nnswer
did not appear to bo particularly
plcnslng to Ulson. Ira hero merely
In testify as to my method of arriving
at a valuation of the property, snld
Wilder, Intimating that ho did not
caro to enter Into any discussion as
to the correctness of his figures, l
Surveyor Aloxander also Icstlftcd
concerning o number of maps ho had
drawn of those and nf neighboring
premises. Tho hearing probably will
bo continued to Wednesday morning.
Journ tho meeting until Wednesday or
Tho report of tho committee. Clnr-
men Crabbo. William Tlinmnsnn nml
c. C. . lames, has many Interesting rcc-
ommcndntlonB. Tho proposal of A. D.
Coopor, central committee chairman,
that no mini shall volo In tho Ilcpubli-.
can primaries unless ho is enrolled on
Tho delegation will mako Its head
quarters while In San Francisco at
appointment to tho local suffragettes
A cabled rumor reached town this
imnrnlne nf a nosslbln dividend nf mini
elollar per slinro pnynblo quarterly on'demed the conclusiveness of the affi-
Associated Oil stock. This was conil
news tho good number of stockholders!
'in tho local market, among whom
qullo n quantity of Associated is ills
ui uncoil rt
will play at the
Young Hotel Rathskeller from
e i lUi .,.,!
6 tO 8 thlS CVCn nfl.
Tll0 ,,, 1!o.iri, of Trilllo ,,.,-
. . . .
lmil iho Tiiauie uis.isicr nas inneii on
ul(lro of the character of a society
"'-'" "' '" '" "' Investigation
i n , .,... ,. ,.i.
Mussiuhusetts. still leads tlin Ktatu
societies of the Sons of the American
Involution The Hay Stata has nn en.
inllid membership of 1638, with Now
- York second, Mil, and Connecticut
- A'xii. nla kJ.'...
... .......... ....
T , T
T , . , b"n l-ranclsco. Juiu 10
T WnUrhousc, Honolulu v
Fearful rains. Stopped nil
grinding 'n Cuba
, The above cablegram was re-
. celved this morning by tho
Henry Wnterhouso Trust Co
This Is thn season of storms In
Culm nuil while It Is of coursn
Impossible to know tho extent to
which any bad weather will at-
I feet the Cuban crop, It Is certain
"' lf, tho damagft-ls cxtcnslvo
"' l'co of sugar will advance.
- (Sprint nutlet In Cablo.1
WASHINGTON, D, C, June 10. Af
ter an extraordinarily bitter debate, the
Senate today voted 27 to 24 In sanction
of the conference report on the army
bill legislating Gen. Leonard Wood,
chief of staff, out of office.
. FOR PRESIDENT
IS ON THE WING
(Rpeclnl nutlet In Cable.)
CHICAGO, III., June 10. Senator
Borah's motion in the national com-
remaining contested district In Indiana,
l.i in .. tn r-u. ... n. .,.,.,... ,a
m...i- . tri.ini. ,.a . .ju ht
Congrersman Keayon of Iowa today
ZSXZdlS.T!!" J-- J-"?, "l?" l-1"
raised the standard of 8enator A, B.'0f Honolulu bo Inci eased to regiment
Cummins of Iowa for President. Hi
says a thousand boosters for Cum
mins are coming to the convention.
CONTESTS ARE SHARP
lAbsoclateel Frcs cuuie.i
CHICAGO, III., June 10. Ten Indiana
delegates, Taft men, were passed on
today, and four delegates at large from
California and two each from the First.
Third and Fourth districts of Califor
nia. The contest over, the Second dis
trict was postponed until Wednesday
after a debate, the vote being 38 to 13.
Ex-Senator Charles Dick, representing
Taft, intimated today that the Taft
forces may, contest the entire Califor
CHICAGO, Cal, June 10. Governor
Johnson of California is coming East
' h A-nnHA h m U.-vu...n mM .1 tL.
In response to a hurry-up call of the
KUHIO IN FRISCO.
Prlneo Kuhlo, De-legato to Congress,
Is in Kau lYanelsco, and will leavo
ithero next Wednesday morning In tho
lloiiolubin, according to John F. Col-inont of regulations governing the pervlsors seen this morning wero real
burn, manager of tho Kaplolunl i:s- snnio. I' disposed to back up tho ndmlnlstra
tate, who received a cable from the Chairman Krugor took tho stand this tion of Inspector Iloyd, who they do
prlneo this morning ' morning that tho statements purported (Continued on Page 7)
GUARD AT MINES
MANY INSURGENTS ARE
BELIEVED TO BE KILLED
(Associated Prcse Cable )
SANTIAGO, CUBA, JUNE 10 THE CUBAN INSURGENTS HAVE
ATTACKED THE U. S. MARINES GUARDING THE MINES NEAR HERE.
THERE WERE NO CASUALTIES AMONG THE MARINES.. IT 13
BELIEVED THAT MANY INSURGENTS WERE KILLED IN THE FIRING
BY THE AMERICANS THAT FOLLOWED THE ATTACK.
HAVANA, CUBA, JUNE 10. TH
'AND THE CRUISER WASHINGTON
MAND OF ADMIRAL OSTERHAUS.
IT IS BELIEVED THAT, WITH THE NEWS OF THE ATTACK ON
AMERICAN MARINES, THIS MEANS INTERVENTION.
BUSINESSMEN OF. CITY COME
TO FRONT FOR ARMORY FIJI
Prominent Citizens Favor $23
000 By County to Swell Ter
Iluslnessmen of tho city hnvo come
to the Trout for a County contribution
to thn now National Guard armory
and have signed their names to a pa
nor fnvoriiic a J23.U00 donation from
tho County funds. Colonel Jones, nd I
jutnnt general of tho Guard, who hnsj
been obtaining signatures, siih Hint
lllo tentlment throughout tho business
community Is solidly for tho larger nr
mory, which can only bo constructed If
tho County adds to tho Territorial up
Following Is tho opinion and the
names of tho signers, together wllh
""' "m" "" """ uuiw "
. Favor Contribution.
'" 1U.0W.?f !lie,nt:t',,mt ,'1 U !'CCm.
oil advisable, by tho War Department
that tho organized mllltln In tho city
ill strength, and that tho nppioprlntlon against the Senate amendment to the
of $100,000 for tho construction of an metal tariff revision bill, repealing Ca
ormory In Honolulu la Inadequuto to nadirn reciprocity on metails and fix
erect a building of surtlclcnt propor ing a $2 duty per ton on print paper.
BOARD WILL SUPPORT BOYD
IN MANAGEMENT OF MARKETS
"PrcBldnit Pintt of tho Territorial as coming from President Pratt wero
Hoard of Health has absolutely Ignor unjust nml iinrnlled for. Ho contends
ed tho Hoard of Supervisors in lit lliaf under the pew regime, tho city
tempting to call attention to any al markeis hnve ncvor been maintained
leged mismanagement of tho city mar in more sanitary manner Ho points
kets, and I for ono was much surpris to the repeated Hushing of tho mar
cel In h-nrn of his criticism through an kefs at slated Intervals each day The
unolllrlnl source," commonted Chair Hoard only homo few weeks ago np
man Krugcr of tho Supervisorial Com preprinted n sum to pay tho wages of
mllteo on Health and Sanitation today n man whoso duly It is to flush down
"Tho Health Commltteo to a man tho Btroets ndjncent to tho markets,
believes In tho Integrity and elllclenc) "Cleanliness Is being obnorved at
of Head Inspector James II llojil, who tho markets, ntid t defy Dr. Pratt or
for nenrly a )oar hns been Idcntllled mi)' other Tonltorlal critic to prove it
with tho management of Iho citi mar otherwise," Insisted Krugcr.
ketu and has attended to tho enforce,'
E BATTLE8HIP RHODE ISLAND
HAVC ARRIVCD HERE IN COM-
lions for tho housing of a regiment,
and that tho minimum sum required
for such u building Is $123,000, tho
undersigned are of opinion that It
would bo proper for the Hoard of Sup
ervisors of the City and County of Ho
nolulu to appropriate 2:t,000 toward
Iho construction nf a National Guard.
Armory In Honolulu.
K. 1). Tenney, C II. Cooke. K. I.
Spalding. J. M. Dowsett Fred U Wal-
(Continued on Page 3)
nflCCM'T TUIMk' PnnQCld T
UUJ:! ' J "-." "?" .
WILL UU LI IrDtAltIM
(Rpocl.il Mull Un Clble)
LINCOLN, Neb, June 10. Governor
Atdnch declared today that he believes
Roocevelt will not bolt.
HOUSE TURNS DOWN
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btlMAIL ttlVltlMUIYIUlM I
(Hnrcinl null at In Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 10.
The House today voted 144 to 101
Ullicr members of tho Hoard of su-