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EVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1912.
GIFT TO PUNAHOU
(Continued Irom Pg 1)
Preparatory Scholarship Cup." On t Ills
mil Is in tin engraved llio nnmo of tho
pupil of each ginduntlng class gnlnlirt
ll.o highest standing for scholarship.
The Aral nnmo to lie plaioil on t ho
clip In Hint of Nuong I. nil. who holds
Ihc highest rank In scholarship In thu
class or 1012.
Tlic nip wan presented at the grail'
nnilnc exorcises liclil In Illshop Hall
this forenoon, President William Abies
making tlio presentation speech on bo
Imlf of Hie i lass. Principal Kltz In
Ills acceptance on lichalf of Punahon
drew attenilnn to tlio cablogrnm re
telved liv President Urimths last oven
lug slating that Lowthlan Williams, a
Punnhou linv. had taken lilgheHt lion
Diving ntul Divers; Original Model
of n Diver
Mnrcli of Our Nation (lelbcl
Preparatory School Chorus
Presentation of Diplomas
The graduating class of Puliation
Preparatory School this year Is ns
follows Wlllard Clinton Autos, fJeo.
Herbert Cutter llromlcy, Donald Stone
drawn, Mndclclne Campbell Ilurnctlc,
Archlbnld Campbell, Klorencc dial-
mors, .Miiurcii unapin. l-cfrls Ureen Planning n Kourtli of Jul feature
ldlsworth, Kenneth Pike Kmory, Huth. that promises to be the lilt of tho
I-arrlngton, Lillian Gordon Gardiner, morning p.irnde, the comic section com.
Klenrior Gartley. Gordon Alec Glbb,. milter, or the committee on antiques
Halph llushton (llrdler, Gladys Slans-!n, horribles, us J. Wnltcr Dovle also
Held llalstcnd, Ilobt. Kanohallua Hccn,' styles It. met joslonhiy afternoon at
Grace Delplilnc Johnston, Nuong Lad,' lic-ndipiarlers ntul decided to offer hand
Jut iiong I.nu, Dora Lldgato. Mln Mimc t,r,.c, for winners In various
Hln John 1.1. George Norton Undlcy, classes
t)lle Douglas Lindsay, Kwal Shoon As u result of the meeting csterf
l.ung, Kwa Koon Lung, Clarence Scoll dny. the following prizes nro mi
Poster McWnine, Mnrle Kathcrlne nnunecd:
McVeigh, Krnest Campbell Mott-; Most comic group of three or more,
Smith. George Clarence Murray, Wll- j:,n.
Until Mover Mlltcll, Mary Stuart Hon-! Most rnmlr Hmrmlrr rum. or Inol.
ors in his class at Yale, nuiuberlng ,0i Kntlo Gibson Slnglchiirsl, Mnry $
nemo four hundred students. inossom smith, Arthur William Sonic.'
HOW THEY STAND
LECTURES FRIDAY NIGHT
The exercises were very Interesting Knlh Wnyson Stacker. Louis Kranklln
and well attended by parents of tlio Stephens. Kmlly Myrtlo Taylor, Thurs
grndiintes nnd friends or the school. ,ol Webster Tnylor, Lorrln Poller
The class parts were exceptionally Thurston. John Paly Van Valkcnburg,
well rendered nnd showed cnreful James Gordon Wnkellcld, Nell Mnrtl
pteparallon nnd study. The program "line Walker, Halph Goodwin Wll
c pencil with nn historical sketch of 'lams, Prank Ccdrlc Winter, Dald
the Punahon Preparatory by Miss luth Initio Wlthlngton.
hnrrliiRtnn and Included original class
unrlii miialpnl nitrnhnra lit t It a unlwuil
and graduates, closing with a demon- PROF. GARVIN HERE;
Miration or diving apparatus uy navld
Wlthlngton. Tho last follows out n
plan recently developed under which
Hie members of tho eighth grado do
original practical research.
Principal K."z in presenting tho dl
plomns made n brief address In which
ho congratulated the class for Its good
work In the school, nnd. taking his ex
ample from the ships that go to sea
counseled tho )oung pcoplo to supply
themselves with n full cargo of edu
cation, and In their going forth on tho
t-ea of life to select tho best pilot to
Fiilde them on their wny. j
After the exorcises tho graduates
l.eld a reception to friends In tho
clghlh-grade room, where thoy wcro
I mindfully showered with flowers and
tokens of congratulations by thplr rel-i
Mhos and friends.
Most coinle bicycle fenture. II,.
runniest boy or bunch of hos, $10.
Most comic limit, $25.
"We're not strong on grammar, but
we're there with the cash nwnrds,"
commented Mr. Doyle this morning,
referring to the onrs above "The
committee has decided that n 'chorac-
Locul funs who follow the fortune
of the major leagues and the two lead
lug organizations on the Const. Iiun
some surprises In store for them In tho
percentage, ns published today
On Juno 12,, tho dntc of the latest
Const papers received here, Hostonbnd
bended the Wliltn Sox In the Ameri
can, and was leading by one full game
Washington Is third, only two games
and u half behind the -leaders Uy
this tlmo Washington may be lending
tho league, ns tho club won Its seven
teenth strnlght gcune yesterday nc-
i cording. to press cablet
I The Gl.ints are way out In rront In
the National, nnd linlf the team will
lme to bo sent to the hospital before
liny other club has a look In Chicago
tins headed the Kcds for second place,
with the Pirates a good fourth
Vernon takes the lead nwn from
Oakland In the Coast, while In the
Northwestern Vancouver Is on top, anil
Portland, which led the league early
In the season, Is now In the cellar
Percentages June 12:
. Coast League.
ter' might be one or two persons, us, I Oakland 39
for Instance, Mutt and Jeff If n band
goes In to win n comic prlr.e, It will
be entered us n group The entry list
Is open lo nil. and the prizes will be
strictly cash and In real gold that can
be spent at the nenrest caravansary"
l.os Angeles 11
TAKE BOAT TO COAST
John II (lure In. the noted scholar
nnd lecturer, who will be the speaker
"J..'0 ,e:r,n,f :' .,l,c '"'"""V "-", couple wedded and
the llnnnlulun this morning.
The annual dinner and ladles' night
Is next I'rlilay. at Kawiilaliao seminary.
Dinner will take place lit 6:311 o'clock
In the dining hall, and will bo rnlloweil
by the lecture In the auditorium up- ,
President J n. Gait of the Men's
League will preside Prof: Garvin Is
from Denver, and his address will Ira
on Mexico, where he has traveled ex-
ccnsnciy anil on which he Is nn all
The program of exercises nnd tho,' miADCIVO UflMflD "IAPI"
,,..,, iivi.uii Jnun
I ntrcs of thoso receiving diplomas fol
Ilcv. Krnncls Williams
What Is So Hare as a Day in June'
Preparatory School Chorus
A History of Punahon School
Tho Hecent Development of tho
Vlolel Duet- Petit Duos Plcjel
Mnry Itenton nnd Donald llrown
Klorencc Chalmers, nccnmpanlstn
Ovntlon: Thu Capture of Quebec...
Itobcrt Louis Stevenson
in) Hunter's Song Kinross
(b) My Soul Is Athirsl for God..Gnul
Arr. rrom Tho Holy City
California's Most Wonderful Trip
Heading: Almost Ilcyond Kndiirnnro. .
I. W. Klley
Sun Vat Sen, China's Klrst President
The Hlnvn Matsurl (Dolls' Festival)
i Lillian Gardiner
Hlnks An Original Monologue.
LOW AT FUNERAL SERVICES
Picturesque nnd Impressive wns the
funeral given "Jnck" taw, who died
Schncckcr "n Hawaii last week Supervisor Ku
ril taw. who went to Hawaii lor tho
funeral .said jestordny that a touch
ing tribute was jiald the dead man by
l ho cow bos or the Parker ranch, who
lode, nttlrcd In typical costume, bo
bind tho pallbearers. The remains
wero laid In tho family vault at Mann
a week ago last Monday afternoon at
- o clock
Judge Whitney this morning
turned Judgment In the amount
JlsiO tor tho plaintiff In tho damnco
suit brought by floso Gibson against
Zlllnh lilschof. Tho defendant wns
accused of ejecting floso Gibson from
n house owned by Zlllnh lilschof, nnd
of throwing a quantity of valuable
dresses and dress-making materials
into the street, materially damaging
Khortl) after the hour of 9 o'clock
this morning, .Miss Itrutrlcc Taj lor, for
several vears stenographer of the Pro
motion t'ommittee, was united In mar
riage to Joshua I'liinton. at St An
drew's cathedral, the lit llcv. Illshnp
To the strains of Lohengrin's wed
ding march, played by tho church or
ganist. Miss Taylor and Mr. Clunton
I entered the church and, approaching
the altar, were greeted by the KeV.
Itesturlck, who, with the solemn ritual
of the Kplscop.il faith, mnde them man
After the ceremony the couple were
greeted by Hie numerous friends who
bad been Invited to witness the cere
mony, and, leaving the church, entered
an automobile and were taken to tho
Hiickreld wharf, where they boarded
the Mntson liner Wlllirlmlna for San
I'rnnclscu They will make their homo
Mr ami Mrs Chinton were greeted
at the wharf by u host of friends, many
or whom were Itnplil Transit employes,
with whom Mr. Chinton has been as
sociated for several years. A lluwnl-
Ian orchestra played severul songs, and
ro-jns the couple hoarded tho boat the Ha-
oi . waiuiii nanil struck un the wcddlmr
march, to the delight or those on dock
unci boat. Miss Taylor has been a pop.
ulnr and elllclcnt aid to the Promotion
San Kr.mclsc 27 3S
Portland 23 31
New York 3S It
Chlcug 2.-i 19
Cincinnati : 22
Pittsburg 2.1 20
Philadelphia 19 22
St. Louis 22 2S
llrooklyn It 2S
Hoston 16 32
Hoston 11 IS
Chicago !1 20
Washington 29 21
Philadelphia 24 20
Detroit 25 20
Cleveland 23 24
New York If, 29
St. Louis II 3.-,
I W. I.
Vain ouer ' 30 21
Victoria 28 2fi
Spokane ..... 27 2fi
Tni-oinn 27 27
Seattle 20 29
Portland . . 2 30
HUGHES MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
CHANGE PROGRAM EVERY NIGHT
All Changes Chockablcck with
Music, Wit, Dancing and Pretty Girls
"A Night Off"
THURSDAY NIGHT "IN SOCIETY"
FRIDAY NIGHT "THE MAN FROM JAPAN"
a a n
Llllnno Wills this morning wns
awarded u temporary maintenance of
$f a week, from he rhusbnnd, Charles
A. Wills. Judgo Whitney also as
sessed the costs of the suit and tho
attorney's fco of JSTi to tho defendant.
havo been cnnsuin-
'reneh government by
Hitchcock for the
mated with the
establishment of n direct change of
IMisini money orders between the Unit
ed States and Martinique.
An epidemic of typhoid In Corning,
N V. near Albany, Is being Investi
gated by tho board of health. It Is
thought that nn Impure water supply
l.s the cause.
v Health r-
N. v and Fun , i'Jfyj??
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ACiCRVE U'"! .T 7
BEACHWALK w ,L Mi JA Jr
t Waikiki H,CL rA Uow auA, a-nom
BK)BT Of WI J
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Um FOR SAL
WATERIIOUSE : "lSl-"
TRUST CO., Ltd. - g "Z Z "
! "' . ' 111 . ., - ?
HE map tells
the stnrv of
foi people of
to seen re a home
in a district until
only to the rich.
Hvery lot is -accessible
to the best
bathing beach at
health and lun
President I'hlllliigworth of the Onhii
Lcuguo last night announced the picked ,
it-inns inai win ui pc-iic in .Minn linn
Illto tor the i-'ourtli.of. July celebration
'The selections arc as follows;
M. 11. Krcltiyi, Prank m Merc. J
Ornellas, M Kllrer mid Alfred Houa
of the Portuguese team; I. Yumasblro
mid J. K. .N'otley of tho J A. C i Hilly
Williams mid II. lnmmi of the Ha
waii; Harney Joy, U "llaolo" Sumner
nnd W Bcliumun of tho Stars.
There are live pitchers In this bunch.
Thrco guinea will be pluyed.
Iluckley, Hampton, Markham mid
Henry Chllllngworth of tho J. A t's.
nnd Desha, Dreler, Mclntyre, 'n Hue
mid Hilly Hayes of tho Hawaii.
Hayes will be general utility man A
new player, Ktuzcr, will ulso malic tho
SATURDAY MATINEE and EVENING!
"WHITE HORSE INN"
Reserved Seats on sale daily at Benson, Smith & Co.'s Store
Reserved, 50c; Other Seats, 30, 20 and 10 cents
JUNE 25 FOR
Death camo lo Mrs, Paulino Mc
Grow, wife or tlio Into Dr. J. S. Mc
firow, at the Queen's Hospital shortly
hoforo 4 o'clock, tho nows reaching
tho Ilulletln Just ntter Its last edi
tion had gono to press. Mrs. McOrow's1
MAUI UNIONISTS IN EFFORT TO
GET ROAD WAGES PUT W
(KlHclal Ilulletln Correspondence.) consideration. C'halrmnn V. V. I'ogno
WA1I.UKL'. June IC The delecntes '"'d tho members of tho committee
of the Maul branch or the Intcrim-
Itliat It would be better Tor them to
iiilmohil ti rrnmnl!tt tt ftnn In hn nri-H.
tliiinil l.ongshorcnicn'H tabor Union rllt , th(, BCssloii or the board next
hiive been holding sessions at tho month, when the budget ror tho next
ItohliiMin block, on Market street, W'a- nix months will bo considered, which
i1rh. , , ..,,! ,i.inR ,i. frt.. iiuKH. uir inri-e noil ii nun nays, iroiu sukkc'sciou whs iiivurnu y rc-cc-ivcii uy
deah was oxpocte'l during ho ""or-j, We,lcm)liy ln(,rl,g until almost, the petitioners.
K Z day's and h, fac" oveV ,"",'"Kl" - "IkI"' l-'""if At the session or the unionists yes
.VL L. r?,i,?i A wEi,lf balrman Maurlco K. Keohokalole, terday, Delegate J K. Illhlo of Knn.
f.nlr Z r JLr lli r H P ir'1-resldent of the W.lluku brunch, dls-'iiupull Introduced u resolution calling
ii. i.:" i-.i i " ii.t ...' f- i.-Ll missed them to return to their respec-lupon tho organization to scloct Its own
reenvrrv Itlvc homes III this county leandldiites at the coining election, but
mere luivo been many mutters ills- iho other delegatcH opposed tho rcso-
AI.A.Mi:i)A, I'ul.. Juno 8. Miss Ktliel
MuKeuzle has chosen Juno 25 us tho
date ror her wedding with Krunk I
Hoogs, a bunker of Honolulu, Tlio
announcement will ho of interest to a
wdc circle of friends of the bride
elect, who Is a member ot ono or the
oldest families or the State. Miss Me.
Heinle's engagement was mado public
a short tlmo ugo gho has been tho
recipient of many Miclal favors, anil
a numlier of ulfulrs In her honor havo
been planned ror tho remaining time
hoforo tho wedding.
The wedding will be solemnized ut
tho McKcnzIo home, 1340 Pearl street,
mid will bo an event of tho fccaxon
Curds will bo sent out to f0 guests.
llcv. Dr. Wyllo or Nupa, tho former
houiu of the bride, will olllclutc. It will
bo u pink and white iiffulr. The hrldn
has chosen Miss Jullctto Atherton us
her nuclei of honor. Navlllo McKcnzIo
in uu iiuncr iii-iirtr, i iiu hi umil lli
t.....nHnl ....(. n,. K l.nl.tW I...1.I ,1.1..
,'"" , ,; onV'wJi. Vm ii i . I'lissccl nt the sessions, but a great ' luth.ii most xeheiuently. as the clele
Srw? rniho: ? tZl "I r hot" u,nI of tll( v"lu'"'l(' '"'", " ex-k-.ites belonged to nmny dllTerel.t po
??", . ii, ,,rn SImsi. ii.n i '"lusted In exhibitions or llowcry ora- lltlcal organizations, and. besides, tho
.I I"'0.:,?," ' ? "ri.-C,l?!S,.nJ." "Llry or tho evaporating kind. An ex-'.inlo,, was Intended to bo kept strictly
...,; " jocutlvo lummlttea and also an advls- for the enhancement or Industrial con-
u'r. iwi. . .i, .in,,-!..,,, . ory board were appointed
tlons of her family had lived. Sho "."r1"" "' 10. u"t. '"'.'T," P" "'
tamo of old Connecticut stock, her nn-i1' '", i J !'. .n . ,. Z
pent In DCUOU ' " "' "" "f "" fr"" ""' l" ,1'C' U'U ",aC,nR ",0
Tho w" married lo tho late Dr. J.I J!:u,J',VArorUiLh!,,Jl.w,l"l
S. MpQrow In Wushlnglon, D. C. at I "wlnl "rkcr'' ,,f I"'"olul1' '""' lta"
.'or Merrow.'ad SSlnVf Vn'mTim I " comiul.tee wus received by tho
fnf.r ,T.rvln In ITnTn i """.I f K.ipcrVlsOM With tl.O UtlllOst
lour years service In the Union army '
as. surgeon. T?T7mTmmTTrTT777f'
They salted directly afterward from
lltlons and let tho political organiza
tions to which each belonged look af
ter their political Interests,
O. (). Cooper of llanu had Joined,
with u number of liana men, tho lla
noa organization nearby, and nil wero
sought by Mr. Putiiklkn to be ousted,
but Mr. Kaillmnkuolo opposed tlio
proposition, and iih ii compromise xir.
Cooper and his followers were trans
ferred to the Huna branch, notwithstanding-
1'allklko's strong opposition.
Tallklko Is president of tho Hhiiu
Now York via Iho Isthmus of Panama,
for Honolulu, Intending at tho tlmo In
mako but a short slny hero. Thoy soon
decided to mako Honolulu their per
Tho old Mt(J row mansion on tlio sito
of the Young llolol was one of tho
Mending sociul copters In tho old mo-
bn attended by W. II, Hongs Jr.
The bridal robe will be of cliuinois, I narchlcal days, J'10 McOrow homo
wns popular at all times, and many ol
Iho brilliant social functions of tho old
days wero held tlioro.
. . t .
"GETTING HELL FOR TEN YEARS"
IN TARRING HELPLESS WOMAN
draped with, whlta chiffon. Tho maid
of honor will wear a' gown or pink,
trimmed with real luce.
Miss McKcnzle Is a duiighter or for
mer Sheriff (leorgo it. McKenzle of
Nupa county Khe Is an accomplished
girl, having been a student at Mills
1'ollcgo, where sho was graduated with
tho class of liiio. Following her grad
uation Miss McXenzIo went to tho Ha
waiian Islands, whero sho spent two
ATLANTIC! CITY, May 2. i'Knr
the lust ten years tho business man
has been getting hell," was tho dec-
. laratlon of Secretary Charles Nagel of
j tho Department or Commerce and ta
ll oogs occupies a prominent place In bor, speaking at the (Ireater Athintln
the social and llniinclul activities of City bun'iuct of the City Iluslness
tho Islands Ho Is usslstunt cnshlrr or ' Irf'iiguc lust nlglit on unlawful business
the Hank or Hawaii. Hoogs will tuko
his brldo to Honolulu utter tho wed
ding, whero they will muko their home.
(Jeorgo Ingruluim, formerly vlco pres
ident of thu I'hnenlx Mutual l.lfe In
surance Company, Is dead rrom u com
plication or discuses. He wns 02 years
A second gift of 2.ri,l)l)0 to llrown
University from John 1). rtockereller
Jr., has been announced. The fund
has now reached ,810,000.
methods and commercial combinations.
He scored Congress for Its ralluroto
respond to recommendations or Mr
THlt and hliiiseir, nnd expressed the
bopo that tho National Chamber or
Commerce, now In course or organ
ization, will enable tho business men
of the country to put through legis
lation thnt will stlllo the causes of
what be termed "growing imfi'st."
" Mr. Nngel asserted that a new coda
r morals ror business must bo created.
HAI.TIMOIli:, Mil,. Mny 20, Do
(alls wore learned today of tio beat
ing nnd tarring nf Mrs. Mary Uolzman
In Ocean City, Md last Tuesday night
by a gang of vigilantes. Thcso men
broko Into her home, klckod and beat
her iind dipped her In a vat of tar In
tho presenco of her 11-ycar-nld son,
who mndo desperate efforts to protect
his mother. When tho vigilantes had
gono the woman left tho town and
rought shelter in tho homo of Tom
Jones, a negro, threo miles out In tho
It Is chnrged that tho town officials
woro In collusion with tho vigilantes
and allowed IJio llghlu of tho town tu
he extinguished whllo tho tarring was
Sheriff Hanson, by Instruction of
Slnto Attorney Johnson, visited Mm.
Uolzman at tho Jones homo. Sho de
clared sho had been tho victim or do
ramatory gossip, which, led to tho as
sault. Mrs. Uolzman says tho men
who attnekod her woro fishermen. Sho
was known In tho community as "Itcd
Light," and resentment was aroused
against lior becauso of tho charge
mado that sho harbored; colored moil.
Sho declares that thoro Is absolutely
no truth In tho roport and maintains
that tho offcnslvo epithet npplled In
hef is entirely unjustified. Sho assur
ed Shorlff Hanson thnt sho Is not
afraid of uu Investigation.
Max Annenberg, head of the circu
lation dcpaitment of a Chicago morn
ing newspaper, Is under arrest, charg
ed ,wlth ntteinpttf to kill, Charles
Hlrlcker, said to bo n pressman, do
elured that Anneiibcrg bad llred sev
eral shots from a raiolver ut him.
The Duki! of Suthcrlund arrived In
New York with th(J wooden englu
which wns carried m the yacht Amer
ica, which In 1851 won the cup which
now bears tho yacht's name. Tho duKo
will pic-sent tho einb'lem to the New
York Yucht Club.