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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H-. FRIDAY, JUNEi21, 1912.
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I. S. Spul.ll.
(Id mile Si i mill llurrio.
AH Tliltlng mtmosrti ul Ur
Order art cordially lu cited to
atter.il meetlurs of local ItdgM
-Meit on Hit
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Manila) S (if
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181) I". M.
U. llrUM,n 1.01MIE, 0. 8,
h. of I'.
A$P Meets everv 2ml and 4th Satur
? "ilnv e fiiliiL' ut 7 .10 u clock In
i l if l Hull, cor Tort anil
llinianl.i Visiting brother
turrilrlly indie d to attend
A I' GHUTZ, C C.
l' Kl LIH2Y, K 11. 3.
IIOMH.1'1,1! I.OIK.T, lilt!, II. I'. 0. I'.
M.' v . Honolulu I.odgo No C1C,
vFvV VVf ii i o i:ilh. meets in
VH-JJ' ll.nl. I. ..II ...I t.'l.t.. 2,
mar Fort, every l'rlda)
evening Visiting llroth-
ers nro cordially Invited
a i: mi nriiv. n it
ii ii nsiiiii:, sec.
own; j.om.K mi. i, k. or r.
Mr, 14 i i rv liRt .mil tlilril Frl
lay at T .In odock, t tlil.itt
I Mall, i in hit lleiulunhi nml
I'url alreeLi Vispiug brothers
cordially United In iittoud
J A HAWKINS, C C
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ii.utum -i 111111; no. l, i. o. it. m.
Meets every Ilrst und tlilril
Tui'.Ml.iy uf eiuih mouth In
Fiaternlly ll.tll, 10 0 1'
building VI tititii' brothels
''H. (ordUlly Invili'd to attend
HKNKY A ASCII, Sacl.cm
i.oi is a i'i:imy, c of n
iionoi.i i,v untii: no, r. o. r.
'ity) Mtots "ii second and fiiurtli
"Sffi Wednesday ovming of eacl
(pB- nionili ut 7 'In o i lock. In
' K or I' II ill, comer Tort
and Ileretani.i lsltiug hinlhtrs .in
Invited to iilleiid
w.m jo.vns, w r.
J V ASCII, Sec).
iionoi.i Mr i.oiMii: no. nun,
1,. 0. 0. ''t
will meet In Odd Follows' building,
Port stnot, near King every Friday
evening ut 7 JO o clock
Vlsltliifr brothers cordially Invited
AMIlllOSH J W'lltTZ, Dictator.
i: A J U'UHSON. Secretary
Importer Fort St
PHONE 3338 FORT STREET
Boston Clock. Second Floor
HIGH . CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Clock
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
DCAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
vtry latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS! also ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up to-date Millinery and Men's Hatt
Office, King Street, opp. Union Grill
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
DEATH AND RESIGNATIONS MAKE
CHANGES INJHJYO MARU STAFF
Japanese Liner En Route to Far East With Few Passengers
and Small Cargo Frightful Condition of Approach to
Hackfeld Wharf Up to the County Two Inter-Island
steamers to sail for sugar forts Today Asiatics in
Large Numbers to Depart for Orient Today.
Dentil and icslgnntlntis lme rosulr
id In considerable change In the per
tmiinel uf ollliers In the 'loo Klaen
Knlshn Mmr Chivo Mam The Japan
so vessel a an earl arrival In port
'hU morning, Captain W. Wogdus
Gieene the nklpper, now a happy,
blushing brldigrooin of but a few
vecks reporting a line trip from Ban
Sklppei Greene became a benedict
hlle the big Chl)o rcmnlncd at tho
Coast pori lie was Joined In wedlock
io n dashing )oung lady who had list
i unipleted n round trip to the Orient.
Captain limine is allowed to hnvo pos
"used niatrltnonlal incllnatlonM for
many moons, hut on this tender and
'duelling Kiibject the grizzled nnvlgu
mi leinaineil filgldly uoiiioniuiitlal
t In n he lost tailed ut llolioliihi.
I low cm i, the open season for or
i ugo hloHsoniH in the iiipluliiH laliln
of Hie Chl)o fs now over and Captain
(Irieue has iiluineil to the iea luaid
Ii ihulliiK at the fate uhiih rails for
i i ruel hiaratlou (luring a round trip
Mivam of the crock liner to the (oast
Seeial cliancca hue hi in mnde In
i ho loniplinieut of the Chljo's ofllcors,
unolii: them hi IllK the HiiireHslou of
Hr (iorilon Patten In the plum of
hips KurMoii. Hiiiieidilm l)r I'reilel
ik lla It .V llooliey, us chief
(ward, will till the plaie which wok
aialed liv the deuth of 'I hoiiiun New
ton the popular Ntowurd, who made
liis laHt oaKe when tho Clil)o m ill
into Snu 1'raiK Isco. and C A I.udvlK
ten, fornurl) nlth tho I'acllU .Mall
( oinpuny, will ko out as fielKhtor ou
i he Oriental (nmpauy'K liner.
"laid," as he is familiarly known to
a law ni (pialutnucc-Klilp here, was fo"
Miim lltue u immer In the I'nelilc Mail
llni r Mongolia He takes tho plaie
acuted li C ( HeldlUK It was lirxt
I union il Hint the only Tlinoth) Bulll
van an old colleKe (hum of "Captain"
ltile. II llaikreld Ac Co 's wharf lep
lcspiitathe at this port, would ho civ
in the In rtli an freight dork I.udvlK'
mi was kIvcii tho Klad hand on his
rrhal I his mnrnliiK.
'I here is a small carKO anil eipially
IIMit list of paBseiiKerH tiuellnn Orl
intuaiil in the ('lil)n 'linen lahln
paHhenn'i'K lift the steamer at llouo
in I ii 'I he tliroiinh list Includes 43
inhln NT heiouil duss anil I'M) Aslnllr
n eiaw IUH IIRCTB.
I'ndKhi for tho Car Kast amounts to
less than three thousand tons.
In the specie tanks and destined for
I lie liuukluu; uirpoi at Ions of Japan and
( lituu are one million dollars In Kld
nud a hnlf-mlllloti dollnis lu slher coin
I'lKhl deportees nro hehiK returned
t i the Orl lit h the Cedentl liniiilr.iu
Hon nulhorllles ou tho mainland. At
his port IminlKration Inspector lu
Charm- llulsey will deport olnht lap
uuese women who rc-ienlly urrlMd
I re but weio found nfflUtvd with tra
The Chho .Mnru has no carwi for
i lils port, hemo will bo dispatched for
lupuu nud China poll at ft o'clock thli
(tonlui; tukluK u lar'Ko number of pas
Like Kelly Did.
A llrltlsh trncler In tho Pacific
Mailer Manchuria which passed
thioiiKh Honolulu some weeks uku, Is
ulluyod to haxo possessed n monumeut
al thlist as tho (ikbc1 steamed be
tween Yokohama and Honolulu, and If
ho didn't evhaiiBt all of the liquid re
Iresliiueuts on the Kreat liner ho swal
lowed all his cridlt lu tho way of IiIkIi
hallB punches, cocktails and straight
whlsk As the vessel left Honolulu
the purser sent for tho llrlton.
'See here," he said, "what about
I Ills' You'll huo to mako kooi! on
these bartapi of yours, or we'll have
io stop jour ciedlt."
'My Komi fellow, I caw n't pay tho
I III just now, ou know, until I reach
t-nn Prnnclsco. I have no currency
wlHi me only my letter of credit,
'which 1 (tiun't ensh until wo reach
hnn rrandsin," said tho llnBllshm.m
"I hat a nnthltiK to mo," replied tho
purser, "hill If ou don't come lliruubli
with i anh can't let j on take off jour
I uncage nl San l'lntKlhto You bet
Kl Co around and see If you cunt
lilise some mouev "
The I'lij'.llHliiunii ilepnited. In an
hour he n tinned with a perplexed o.
pn s-iiiiu ou his face but no rash In
'Did vou ki I Hie monej ? ' aski d tho
I Just don l know "
"Why dou t ou know'"
"Well," said the llrlton, "you Amor
bans nro so pei ullai lu oui erua(il
lar I naked an American gentleman
for a loan of S.M and he suid )ca, ho
would let me liuwi il. 'llko Kelly
would' Now, how tho dcuco would
Mr Kell luno It?"
Inter Island Departures,
Two Inter Inland atcamrrH arc book
d for depaituio for suuar puitu toduy.
'I ho steniner l.lkclike with Kcncral
tnn;o and late mall will null for HI
lauea, Auaholn and Ahuklul at A
o'clock this PMnlne. This c8Bel Is
to return with a largo tonslKtimeut of
The Helcnr, which had been placed
on the berth for departure at noon,
wns tumble to secure canto by that
time and will be dispatched for lluwall
ports of call ut 4 o'clock.
Seek Lads as Wireless Operators.
Looking ul the housetops and back
lonces of residences where ninbltloiih
American youths -nro members of tho
fumil) one would hardly hellcw that
here Is a tUiirth of competent wire
Still such Is the (use, ariordltiK to
Arthur II Isbell, head or tho IJnltid
Wireless Company ut San Prunclsco,
who Is wondering how all tho iholco
berths are to bo tilled when the now
law noes Into effect ordering seagoing
simmers Hint carrj iiasaengers to ho
provided with two wireless operators.
Tills bill, which wns passed by Con
mess ns a result of the Titanic horror,
mi aus Hint i Iglity moie wlivless men
will hne to bo emplo)ed ou essels
operatliiK out of tho Golden (into utter
()i loin r 1st.
In older to meet the demand tho
Culled Wlrcliss Company Is conduit
lug u Kchool whoro it Is alined to make
expeit "fcptirks" out of sumo of tho
omig!,ieiH who mn responsible for the
adornments of theli paienls' abodes.
It's Up to the City and County.
"Its up to tho City nud County to
attend to placing the uppiouch to tho
lliukfeld wharf lu condition that will
Insure safe transit fur pedestrians us
Well us vehicle trullic.
'The work that has been koIiik ou
down at .N'uuanii stream whole It lu
lerseds (Juteii sliiet Is Im Ing louiliut
ed under the direction of tho City and
County of Honolulu and not tho Terri
tory of Hawaii," said u Goveinmout
olll( Inl tills morning.
The piedhllou was mado that the
tcwil, whldi Is utiw being toustiiicted
nuclei tholnost liylng conditions, will
be completed tho list It r pall of Au
This work bus resulted in Hint por
tion of Queen street adjoining the Nuu
nun river bridge being almost iinpus-
sublu Tor many weeks past. A storm
of iroteat hits been urouaed yet until
lug lias been clone to relievo tho con
gestion of Iralllc caused by tho partial
dosing of an important artery of trav
el between tho wharf and tho business
sec Hun of tho city.
Storm-Warning at Sea,
LONDON, l.'iib'., Juno 12 Tho first
tcp lu the campaign for the eatubllali
incut of mi International weather and
htorm bureau has been taken hero b
i'iofessor Willis Mooie, chief of the
Culled Stales Weather lluicuu. Ac
centing to tho plan, u meridian Hue
will be established through tho North
Atlantic All ships sailing In cither
dliccttou westward of this line nro re
quired to take u dally weather obser
vation, which must be sent by wire
less to tho nearest ship lu communlca
Hon In the west, and thence tho mes
sages nio to be rclnjcd until they
leach tho nearest American lnud at a
Hon, 'I ho messages then are to bn
telegraphed to Washington, where the
weathei bureau will make up u
weather chart and a storm-warultiK.
which will bo cabled to Europe
Ships east of tiro meridian will fol
low similar Instructions, reldlng the
int'BsugcH until they reach eltlier Lon
don or I'arla
Chlyo Brought News of Newton's
Chief Steward Newton, known to
HhlppltiKincu of Honolulu as well as
truna 1'acllic travelers as steward on
ecvorul large liners, and lato with tho
Chlyo .Mnru, passed away at San
rrunclaco as a result of an attack of
pneumonia Ho was making his Ilrst
voyuge as chief steward of tho Chl)o
and when that vessel reached poit lie
hud to he carried from It ou a stretch
or .Now ton was known to his supoi
lors In tho Toyo Klaen Knlsha Compii
ny us a man of sterling qualities nud
high diuincler nml his death Is
mourned by many iieipiulutuuces.
Tliu Chlyo Mm u nnlvcd from Sun
Prnndseo this morning with It. A.
Iloonev lining tho berth us chief Hlovv
urd Itooncy Is well known lu 1'adllc
Mail ollhhil circles with which com.
pan) ho has been Identified fur Homo
W. C. PEACOCK & CO, LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT8
Merchant, Near Fort
i.ftiAt . ajbJjJLtuii L.tiaSuAA&iLSi tonrAmttiili
TIDES SUN AND MOON
trs je,g5 n ! , 8
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Jmif n m it i. ii m ii m
ii o ij 3 3 i nio io ii i r, .mo o.n mi
I' UK tl lOlVMII IM M9C.II lull
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19 7.4.1 IS S5I IJI1 6I. Oil It I"
so . (I'm io wsii 1 si in tin aivii ;
i t T 13 loll' ioi no & CLIVl
ti hi: ii'mir. in Mi t.to;.c,j ml
51 ij!?i It, mul -iii" ov, r.jnjtin' l ij
llrrt iiudrtu of the moon June 21.
Tcmpcrnture l, n in. 71; 8 n in,
;r,, ID n m, 7s, noon, "1, inlnfinnni
lust night, 71
U'lmi c. n m w-lncltv (1. dlroctlon
X i: , 8 a m, velocity In. direction
N i; , 10 ii ui , veloclt) Hi, direction
N K , noon, velocll 14. direction II
Totiil wind moveinelit for pnst 24
hours, 2U miles
ll.irritii (.it S n 111 . MUm)! deW
point nt 8 ii in, r.l: relutlvo humldlt,
8 u in , TO, uhsolute nuimuiiy, s u in,
Totul rnltifull during paat 24 hours,
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Fridav, June 21.
llll.O - Sailed, lime 20 ID ) in , 8 S
Hllonlnn for Sun I'ranclsio
NAGASAKI - Sailed, lime 20, I'. S.
A T. Shermiin for Honolulu.
S S. Chlvo Murn mils for Yokoha
mil ut, p. m. toduy '
Oelaed In Sailing for Midway.
Owing to n break in ihe refrigerator
machinery the llnle auxiliary supply
Lchoonur J'lnurenco Wnrd. which piles
between Honolulu and Midway Island,
was delayed lu "fcc'tnng uwny for the
cubic, colony Inst evening.
A foi co of men from a local ma
rhino shop visited the vessel, which
lemnlned off thu harbor through tho
night, unci completed the repairs '1 ho
Plnurcnte Wnrd departed for tho Com
mercial Paelllc cable slalion tills
morning, taking u (inutility of supplies
tor the ofllcinl stuff stationed nt the
lonely mid Pacific Islet.
Hundreds of Asiatics Depart.
Nearly three hundred Asiatic steer
age passengers tiro hooked for depart
mo for Japan and China ports In thu
crack liner Chljo Mam, scheduled to
hall for thu const of Asm nt f o clock
At uoni) today J8.r Asiatic passen
vers had been' provided with the uec
cssiii) pasteboards. Ihe sailing of
I lie vessel fioui Alnken wharf this
evening Is like! to attract a largo
crowd of spectators Lias than a
dozen cabin passengers have been
booked for Ihe Orient fioui this pint
Honolulan Away for Maul Ports.
To load n ipiautlt) of siig.n. us well
ox to discharge (in go brought from
tho mainland, thu Mutson Navigation
steamer Honolulan was dispatched for
Kuhulul at 7 o'clock last evening 'I ho
Honolulu!! is expected to let urn Io
this port early Monday morning to
complete n shipment of sugar dost in
cd for Coast refineries The Hiiunlu
Ian will dupait foi the Coast next Wed
nesilav morning, taking a full comple
ment of cabin pussenguiR.
Thursday, Juno 20.
Tncoma Hellene, Belli., p.m.
Friday, Juno 21.
Sun Francisco Chlyo Maui, Jnp
stinr , u m.
Thursday. June -
Poitlaud, Ore. K. K. Wood, Am,
Kauai ports W. 0. Hall, stinr., fi
Kuhulul Honolulan, M. N. S. S , 7
Friday, Juno 21.
llnwnll ports Holene, stinr,. noon
Tin get rnngo James Mugeo, utmr:,
Per T. K K. S. S. Chlyo Maru, from
San Frnuclsco, Juno 21. For Honolu
lu II Kuapp, Mrs. M. II. Megle, M.
II Megle. For Yokohama Miss II.
llradley, It II. Hlglnbothnm, Mrs. 11
II lllgtubothnm, i:. Inouve, Mrs. T
Nagasaki and maid, T.Nakamurn, Mra,
T Naknmura nnd mulil, llaron T. Oza
wa, Mrs. K. Phillips. J. L. Phillips.
Miss i: It. Scldmoro, M. Togo, Capt.
It. U. Wlgtnore, Mrs, II. L, Wlgmore,
N Yoshlnsu, M Yuliara. For Kobe:
A 0 Nlcollnl. II Oshlina, I). Toda,
II 0 Ward, Miss C. S, Ward, A. J.
Woodruq, Mis, A. J. Woodruff. For
.Shanghai' A Leo For Hongkong
A. M llruco, A, G. I)u Mez, Mrs. A.
G. l)u Me, Mrs, M. G. Hiving. L. I.
Pinticlseo, T. H. Hunt, Mrs. T. F,
Hunt, IL i: Hiivlll, P I) Kluculd,
M F. Loweiisteln, .M M Myeis, P.
W Parker, W 8, Poor. MUs i: Quln
Per T K. K S S. Chlyo Maru, for
Japan and China ports, Juilu 21 Chan
Wing, Miss F Ho, Jus. Hamaukii, You
Slug Suey, T. Shlhata, Chin Chun, MIbj
1, Gardner, W. Stodnit, J. M. lierkloy
Tho proposed lucreaso In tho Insur
ance rules of Iho Catholic Knights nu I
Ladles of Honor of America, fulled of
adoption ut Iho eleventh biennial con
volition of Iho order.
GOVERNMENT SUIT WILL HIT
STEAMSHIPS OF THE PACIFIC
Steamship lines on the Pacific nrot
to ho hit by the Government's latest'
antl trust plans, nt cording to the tenor i
of Washington mid New York dls
A recent dispatch from New York'
NnW YORK. Juno r, 'I ho National
Government (lied a civil null trust suit
In Hie Federal Dlstrlejt Court liere to
day against steamship Interests nl
leged to have monopolized the turns-1
portutlim of pflHsenKers. .and freight
betweon tho Culled S.tntes and Ilrnzll.
Sweeping chaigcs .of grunting re-,
hates, fixing arbltr&r and unreason-'
able rntes nud entering Into conspliu.
cles, combinations hud agreements, In
violation of tho Sherman law, nro
made against tho Prince Lino, Limit
ed; the Hamburg lines and the pro
prletors uf the Lamport k Holt line. '
Kor live cars, the Government
avers, these steamship lines and cor
tain of their ollkers or agents, named
us Individual defendants, have com
bined nnd conspired to destro) all
competition in tho tralllc between the
I'nlted States nud Ilrnzll, Through)
the lnstrumentallt of tralllc and pool-1
Ing agreements nnd conferences for
concerted action, It Is charged, dates
of sailing have been apportioned, prof.
Its divided, freight rates fixed and dls-l
eliminations leveled nt tlhlppers who;
refused to patronize the defendants
Tho Court is potltlonad to declare
tho alleged combination a restraint of
trade in vlolntlon of tho Sherman law"
nnd to forbid the vessels of the de
fendants entering or clearing any port
of the United States as long'ns the
contracts, agreements and practices of
which the Government complains nro
WASHINGTON D C. June IV
Startllng iluifgc of nil Intrigue
iiKiiinst Major cleuiral f.conard Wood
(lilcf of KiuiT of the arm) begun In
tile lute Senator .Marcus A Ilauiui nnd
kipt allvi I') his fi lends, wire pari ol
a f, rlc s of si UHfltluuul events which
attended the- adoption b the House to
day of the army upproirl.illu bill con
firm! report ,
llifrrcncu to n V()slc rn Sinnlor,
li Min-lii-tavv. Ilrliridhr (iimrnl
Pi railing, would be one of the tllht of
II era In Hue for General Wood's nf
tlie, ir President Taft signs the bill
Whldi de poses tile lilt T or staff, ill"
liialous to Major Ge iii-rnl Charles F
Ilinnphrc, ns 'the ugent or the pow
eler tiusl"; and to Senator Oupoiit's
inunction Willi thu powder business
ruruiMicd other incidents in u stormy
In spite or n vain fight, led by llep
ri'M iitutlve s Prime (,'onpir unci .Mar
tin tin-IIoiisi aelnptiil lb repoitwhlch
bad In en iipprcvd b its conferees
and uciepliel b the Senate', and IT
I'm side nt Taft signs (lie bill a It Is
aalil be- will, (hue nil Wood will ho
(moved rriuii ills citltco on Maieh 4,
Hit I and tin rutiiio of inaii iiiiii
posts whhh the Wat l)i i ulme ut bus
diaiae te rli-eel as iim lehs will be Urt
to a ( (iiiiiiiIssIiju
Conference Against Wood.
Ite pitaeiitative Prince e haiactc rlncel
tile r port as au insult to the iirui.
the HoiiM' and the lountis " In tie'
debate Htprest ntatlve Cooper brouglit
In the- name or Sumter lliiuuii
In all nil public career,' Cooper
said 'I Know er no otlle(r who has
been so luisii presenile d and maligned
us (!e Herat Wood I was told ou the'
lust mithorltj that when General Wood
wiih lu (lunge in Cuba, a certain .sen
ator asked him what ho piopuscd to
do about Major Hatbbone, dire e ten or
posts of Cuba, thin Involved ill the
" Senator,' reapeinde el Wood, l pro
pose, Io prose cute him '
'Do that, Wood,' replied the Stn
nlor, 'mid I will see In it that vou
inv(r ilse higher than captiilu In tin
Since that time," continued Cooper,
that Senitor nnd Ida pouirful frkncls
have hounded him "
The Interchange which followed
brought 111 the nniuo of Sciiatur llunna
Hi pros ntatlve Martin or Colorado
follow il with an attack nu one or tho
Senate conferees, and pointed out that
among the uriii) posts which Ihe Win
l)e partiuent proposed to ubolisli, but
which would now hu left to u commis
sion, was Fort I) A Ituasell, mar
He referred to llrlgadhr General
Pe railing and his rnpld rise lu the
nrni). Thu gi in nil is u son-in-law
or Sdiutor Wuritn or Wycminig, dialr
inan of the .Senate appropriations com
mittee, former cliairuiau of the Senate
mllltiir) iiffalrs committee and one of
the conferees on the bill.
Rapid Rise of Pershing.
' Cnduubtcdl) theiei lire gentlemen
whoso (ouditlon would bo Improve il If
Gdieiul Wood were hglfchitid out or
olllce," shouted Jlarlln 'Men In Iho
in ui) who are urns. In-law or legisla
tors ami who hid been iilhmcd to
Jump 7K) numbers our the hinds of
tilt i olllce is to u brigadier gcnuul
tdilp would hive a beltei ehiiuie e,f
piomotiou If a man of Geueiul Woods
lje were dsepiallllid " Hu lefdnd
to Gene nil Wood as 'the best in in III
I bo American aiinv toiluj "
III the nanus of Iho commission of
retired ofliccrs which would dispose or
the posts was that of Gone nil Hum.
plircv, nnd Mm tin naked If the geu
eiul hud advised Ihe House (onferets
Chairman Has or the milium affairs
loininiltee said hu had
"W'tll," retorted Mai tin 'General
Hiimpluc-y Is the agent or the powder
"With his connection with u concern
that pells supplies to the ;eini). vvu
would (list odium upon oiiiselves If wo
Wire to appoint liliu," ho mid 'Such
Tho Government npplles for n series
ot Injunctions prohibiting nil pailluH
concerned from granting rebates in
bonuses and from llxlng niles nud
eliminating competition among Ihem
selves or destroying tho efforts of il
vnls An Interlocutor) Injunction Is
Bought to restrain the Hloiimahlp lines
rum continuing tiicn niioruu uniiiw
fill methods during Hie pendency of
Tho following nro named In the bill
ns defendants Prince Line, Limited,
James Knott of Newcastle on 'I ) no,
Knglninl; Paul H Gerhnrdl, Prune Is J.
Klmiuermnn, ('hallos K. (lerhatdl llur
iy Connor of Now York; Waller Hoi
land, George Kell), Arthur Cook, I
S. Jones of Liverpool, owners of the
Lamport ft Holt line; Prederlek T
Husk, I-orenzo Daniels, William Colli
of New York", llnmburg-Aumilcnn
Packet line, Hamburg South American
line; William G. Hlckel, Paul Gotthell,
Thomas A. Sparks, Wllhelm Voelkens.
II. W Stolkens, W. I.. Waller, ltohett
II. Goodwin, Clement II lletts nud
Henry II. Garvin of Now York.
WASHINGTON, 1). C, June S -Tho
anti-trust suit filed todn agnlust thu
steamship lines to ilrnzll Is thu fourth
stop bv the Pedcral Government to de
ttroy nllcgcd monopolies In Amerlcn's
water truffle It Is the latest result of
one of tho most searching anil com
piohansivo Investigations made by At
torney General WIckerHhnm under the
Sherman lnw. Tho liuiulrj Is far from
finished. Tho situation In the coast
wlso trade of tho Atlantic nnd tho wn
ter trnfllc on tho entire Pacific Coast
still are being investigated
Suits against steamship lines In for
elgn trnfflc from the Atlantic Coast to
China, Inpan. tho Philippines and oth
cr Par Knstern points are pending.
OF DEEP PLOT
mi ippolnlment would he contrnr) to
Chairman Ilav said General Woods
teinowit was ror the good or the army
and that the gem ml had proved him
selr an ' Ineoinpeti tit chief or staff '
Tile repent earrvlng all the so-called
uiill-iieluiluislratleiu nine udini uts was
llually accepted, Ut to i.' It now
bees to tin President War Depart
ment olbclils milntalu It would ells
lupt tlie genual staff and overturn
the iinu) organisation The re nre hints
thai its I'onstltiitloualllv ma) lu tot-ted
Mini) meuibirM of both houses hold
that the dispute el nun ndinuita me not
piopcr in mi upproprlutlon bill
AD CLUB SESSION
C. C Coonle) gave a very Intel est
lng nnd Instructive talk on effective
advertising nud tho value of proper 11
lustration, ut tho noon meeting of the
Honolulu Ad Club held I'Tlduy on ac
count of Thursdii) of tills week having
been a dean up holiday
Mr. Coouley Illustrated his paper h)
sample advertisements which ho ciltl
clsed, nud dwell upon tho slicing nnd
weak points of the various features cu
lack of feature.
Mr. .Morris of Seattlo vvos n guest of
Iho Club nnd gnvo a veiy pleasant
talk ou tho activities of the Seattle
Advertising Club with whldi he has
cotno In contact as n traveling-mail.
i Mr. Moirls took occasion to pay n
tribute to the merchants and buyers
lot tho city generally for their cordial
luttlludo tovvnrd tho advances guards of
(ommercc. He slated that this nttl
itudo was a matter of common remnrk
I among rnvollng-men nnd he wished to
mid his vote with tho miitoiltv. Mr.
I Mori is said that tho Seattle club and
other advertising clubs with which ho
lias eomo in contact uro "booster"
clubs, all working for their individual
clt) nud piomotlng tho "get-together"
Mr. Strange during tho discussion
whldi followed called attention to tho
fact that ovety visitor who bus ut
tended tho meetings of Iho club haJ
spokon of Iho Ad Club as an oigunl
intlon that nlvvays "boosted" for Its
own city ns well ns making n study of
advertising Hu believed this slitiuld
la (nken Io heart by tho members of
the Honolulu Ad Club.
Tho next meeting will bo held noxt
week Thursdii) nnd nt that time Sec
retnry Charles It. Frazler will give a
talk on his participation lu tho Dallai
convention of tho Advortlslug Clubs
ARMY AIIDNAVY NOTES
Colonel Mnnslleld, commanding' tho
Second Infiuiti), nnd post ciiniinunder
nt Schollchl llurriieks, will leave for
the majliluud about Jul) 12, ami the
duinies me that ho will be saying
aloha to Hawaii for good, so far as
urni) service, is concerned Colonel
Muusthhl rtuelna the retiring ugo on
tint (lev ( nth of next November, nud he
has Put In nu application for foul
months' lime prior to tliat date;. The
ilepaitmuit Kiiniiuindir has giantid
liliu two mouths ull that Im Is nl.lo Io
do, and Ihe mtucht bus bis u foriwiiiUcI
to Ihe Win l)i pai (mint for jui tin r
action It is lilkbl) piobaldi! Mill It
VVill be fiivorabb eunsldered, linn there
Is I II tie- en no chuiiic that the I olouel
will be oi ih I id buk to bene out Ihe
lust two months with Ids regime nt
Colonel Munsllild vvus ou sick nport
for some time a few months ugo, unci
bis Joiig nnd elite It nt service In Hie
nun) has entitled him ton retiring fur
lough. In thp abscniii of Colond Mansfield,
Colonel Holers will be in command or
the Second, und Colonel MeGunnlgln
wil take) ovu His duties jf pu-d com
piaudu W'hethu unothei tolonel will
be. sent out fn mo Fiist, or whether
l.liiultnnnt Colonel Jibst will iissumo
lonuuiiud, Is not known
ODDS AND ENDS
AT THE PORT
A Inter mull from Iho States arrived
I Ii Im morning In the Japanese liner
Chlvo Mm tl
Mull having this port In I ho Orrnn
e steamship Soiiomii arrived tit San
Piiiiii Ism lull)' I Kill.
Willi lumber destined for Honolulu
the si hiioin r Ariel sailed from l.ver
i II. Wash , lust Weilneailay
Li lugluic fiS'in siickii sugar nnd '.'
Iiciid cuttle loiuled at lluwall ports tho
sleiunc f Llkedlko Is an arrival ut Ho
m tl 1 1 1 ii
Pacific Ships Cannot Comply
With New Law By
SFATTI.i:, Wash, luno ) In Im
prepntnilunS for tho enforcement of
the new vvlridess ship ne I, ttcpilrlug
nil ooean going vessels cat r lug llfty
persons or more, Including passengers
anil crow, to have two wireless opera
tors, one ou duty nt alt times, tho Gov
eminent bus met with a dlllWitll prob
lem. The extra wireless operators are not
available and cannot be obtained for
several mouths, Tho new law wns to
go Into effect July 1, but ns n result
of an appeal from olllclnls of steam-t-hlp
companies on both tho Atlantic
and Paelllc, the Government has post
poned Its enforcement until October I.
Mutt Double Operators.
'I ho Hulled Wireless Telegrnpli Com
pnuv has about Imi operators manning;
wireless ship stations, und tho new
'aw means thai lflo nildltlomil opera
tors, skilled enough In the sending ami
receiving of wireless messages unci in
Hie rare of their apparatus to pass a
Government examination, must Im pro
vided Tho United Wireless (mining clnsi,
which wns organized to meet this
cmcrgeiic), lias uhout twenty members
and If nil ifcelvo ceftlllcates rrom Iho
Government thorn will still bo I lu op
claims needed to comply with Iho
Another Postponement Likely.
It Is doubtful If Iho steamship com
panics coining under Iho now lnw will
be able to comply with Its pmvlslous.
and another postponement piobnbly
will be icqucstu!,
Tho now luvv requiring nil vesiels
cnrrylug wireless, equipment to havn
an auxiliary plant Independent of tho
ship's dmumos, which vvus to go into
effed Inly 1, has iilsu been postponed
until October 1.
Police Now Have Theory That
Bostic and City Were Hurt
In Separate Brawls.
llenlto Alanmnte, Porto niean whc
was cu rested some da) s ago lu, Acting
llllf or DcleetlWH Kellell, was Hot
charged in Polleo Court this moiuliig
f'tj the minder of Pilvutu Joseph Hus
tle or the Lollehua garrison
Killett, who has In in Invesligitlni;
the euse quletlv allii'e the death or the,
soldier,, an isle it Alaiiiiiute ou suspi
cion Hi belluves Hint lie has tin light
man under arrest. Iteroro e hinging
him lu eoiiit, howenu. as lie vms ex
pected to eh, HiIh morning, Kellclt clo
dded to iiiaku another thoiough Inves
tigation of tin, Pen to Kit mi.
Ahimalite, iiecoiillug to KtlliU, as
seen In Dm vlclnlt) of the OKI block
lu Iwlltl nu tho night or the shooting
During tho sciifTlu the Poito ltliuii
was sun by u Russian w in. who
atuteel her belief Io Kellclt that thee
man was Implicated in tlio ulTali On
this show big, Killett closed Ids Inves
tigation jestcrela), und Is now await
ing the action of tho count) attoinov'n
According to the ev idi nee or the po
lice, Ihe blood) pair of scissors be
longtd to it woinun named Cuinila, who
will be pioduiul b) the, piuseeutlon
during the trial of Alunmnto.
The thiol) or the pollec now Is Hut
Hie two soldhrs, liosth ami Ko-ioo
it), were hurt in sipurale laavvls tie
cuiiIng in tin siiino btoi i. raii.i it t.iri
u fuv minutes of inch other
INTERMARRIAGE WITH .
LOS ANGHi.IJS, Cul. June B A
toll or JO 000 llus )earl) Is the price
the United Ktates Is m)lng foi lutir
inairlage or Americans anil foielgiius,
dec Inn ,1 Proressor K I Mlllu or Hie
I'ciljteilinle Higli School, lu an ail
ehesa to almbuts or Iho Nut mil School
) isle nla)
'Statistics show Iheiu me in 000 sui
cides, ID.OOil homicides nud 711.000 di
vert is giiinud ever) )cal hi the Unit
'The) ale due putly to tho stieii
llous, listless Uvea we had, to a e el -tain
iiirvoua iltgeuuai) tlmt ulTllits
us, und lust!) Io the Intel inlxtnie or
blood tluoUKli the lntumiiri)lng or
Aliuricana with fnrelgn laces.
'With 70,000 illvoius giantcd uir
I) II is i US) to hfu that we are not
properly meeting londitlons"
I)r. Muuvou, it noted liomeopnlhle
ph)sldan, lias puu based the Charles
A. Guidlner estuto, Murk TwuIii'h sum-
luer licimn ut 'laiiytciwu, N, Y. It In
oubcssed foi WO.OTO,