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EVENtNa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1912.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high clnss hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
JJI. Love, Honolulu representative.
SIN FRANCISCO '.;""
Reinforced Concrete Bulldlne. 22BRomi. 21 lint
dill Mtlng houses ollhln t block. Rslsi t I, 11.10
lias tlic pntrunnRO of the
peoplo who know what a
Rood hotel fIiouM bo from
I'olnt of culslno and oer
lce. MISS JOHNSON,
Emma St., Above Vineyard
ALL THE TIME
Trains to the door
Auto In hire service on premises
QUIET and REFINED
Large cool outside rooms, private
. stteplng verandas, phones in all rooms,
'i artesian plunge, night and day tennis,
Four acres of BEAUTIFUL TROP
SPECIAL RATES BY THE MONTH
Home Was Never Like This
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
Tourist Trade Solicited
C. W. SPITZ Proprietor
Walklki Beach Resort
FURNISHED COTTAGES.. $1.50 Day
FURNISHED ROOMS. .75c, $12 Month
PETER GIBB, Proprietor
Now Open Phone 2836
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
8ays the Wise Bather
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streots Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
V?, King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Box 840 Phone S02
' L. CHONG & CO.,
Mattress Upholstering and Furniture
22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU
Wing Chong Co.
KING ST., KEAIt BETHEL
Dealers In Vurnlliirr, Mallremrs,
olOn rtc. All kinds of KOA nnd MIS
SIO.V 1'UltMTUlti: undo to order.
TAFT & SHERMAN
IS TICKET OF
CHICAGO. III., Juno 23 Tho fir-.
tecnth Rcpubllcim convention mljourn
I'd sine die nt hiilf.piiKt ten o'clock Insf
night It nominated Preildcnt Taft
Htid Vice-President Sherman to muc
cecd thcniMclvpH nnd adopted n pint
form, which nil conceded wan n "Tuft
document" from Mart to llnlnh
When It becnriio certnhi rnrly In tho
clay thnt President Tuft ttnuld be re
nominated, tho Tnft lender decided
Hint Kliermnn nhould bo mimed on tho
Knmo ticket, iih they notified the other
aspirant for tho honor to drop out,
Am n result Bhermnn wan the only man
regiilnrly nominated, but when New
ltninp-dilrc'K delegation moved to mnke
tho nomination tiy acclamation, tho
motion una ruled out of order and Sen
ator Hoot directed that the rollcall bo
rend This n done nhd the voto
Riven an Sherman, 697; Senator Do
ruh. 21; Mcrrlnm. 20; llndlcy, 14;
PeverldRe. 2; Gillette, J; nlwcnt. 71:
not votliiR. 352.
lldwnH'H six delegates voted for
No Walkout Indicated.
At ho tlmo during tho liunr, nrduoua
day were there any Indications of n
walkout by tho nooHcveltera, who,
however, oxproaned their revolt byRrlm
Hllenco durlnir tho proceeding nnd tho
wildest confusion Jut prior to nnd nt
Durlns the continuance of thnt con
fusion u resolution vnn ndopted Riving
tlm new national committee the power
to declare vacant tho scat of any com
mlttccmnti who may refuse to support
tho nominees of the rcRiilar convention
The votlnR nt .tho rollcall which
nominated President Tnft uns for th
most part quiet, even when tho Tnftcrs
found themselves winning easily. Tho
only disturbance enmo when the chair
man of the Massachusetts delegation
roso to cast the vote of his dclcicntloii.
Ho Una Immediately chnltciiKcd. nnd
It w-ns not until after considerable tlmo
liml elapsed that ho was enabled to re
port "present but not votlnR,"
One of the singular feature of the
vote ns recorded Is the loyalty of tho
rcRiilar machine of tho Southern dclo
Rntca upon whom tho Itoosevelt contin
gent had counted beforo tho conven
tion, Tho Boutlicrnrrn stuck- fast to
tho party leaders, oven Texas, nhout
which there had been some doubt, not
Riving rtnoscvelt n vote, although clRht
of her delegates arc reported na not
Taft Makes Statement
WASHINGTON. D. C. June 23. In
a formal Matement Issued from tho
White House last night nftcr hearing
of his nomination by the national con
vention. President Tnft declared thnt
n "greut menace had been averted" Ho
"The Importance of this great vic
tory enn not ho overestimated. All
ncr.the country tnnlght thero lire pa
triotic people who nre breathing ensler
now that a great menace linn heen
nvcrtcd. The campaign which Iran
been waged to selxo the party nnd
mnko It nn Instrument of reckless am
bition, by the unsettling of tho fun
damental principles of our government,
enmo ns it surprlso to the people. It
vvns sudden nnd unexpected, and Amer.
leans did not have tho tlmo to clearly
understand the dangers that confront
ed the nation. Now, however, the
party remains u great and powerful
organization for carrying out patrlotlo
principles, an agency of real progress
and for assisting tho development of
tho nation along constitutional lines.'
President Taft was elated und Vice
President Sherman declared himself
as "pleased" with the outcome In Chi
cago. , .
I.OS, ANGni.KS, Oil.. Juno 2t.-Tlin
culmination f PCH or sensational
events In the trial of tiarenco Darrow.
charged with bribery of n Juryman In
(oniiectlou with tho trial of tho UcNii
Inarn brothers for dynamiting tho
Times building, enmo lute Saturday nf.
ternoon. when District Attornoy John
I). rrederlcks mndo n sensational
charge against Darrow In open cqurt.
Ho asserted that Durrnw had used
hypnotism on several State witnesses
In tho present bribery trial In order to
Inllucncn thoni to testify hi his favor.
Ijivvyers on both sides of tho caso
hiughfd outright, the Jurymen' them
selves wero convulsed, nnd even Judge
Mutton, beforo whom the caso Is holng
heard, was unablo to restrain himself.
Judgo Hutlon announced that ho
wnuli not recognlzo hypnotism iih u
power In Influencing tho witnesses In
tho ense Tio trial then adjourned for
FOR CLUB CONCLAVE
SAN KIIANCIHCO, Col. June 24
Hundreds of delegntes to the annual'
convention of tho General 1'edcrotlon
of Women's Clubs of America, which
npetiR hero Tuesday, began arriving
Among tboso arriving today were
several high ofllclaN of the organiza
tion, some of whom came from tho
far limt Kansas Cltj. St Louis, Chi
cago, Now York und all tho big cities
of tho country havo sent largo repre
sentations to this great gathering.
i a i
Hntelwn Is the place at liny tlmo of
the year ntul nn any day In the woolt
but it Is n gl'cnt place, for tlm weekend,
CHICAdO, III . June 23 At a mon
ster meeting held In tho Orchestra Hull
lain last night, following the adjourn
ment of the regular Itcpuhllrnn con
vention, the "Progressive Pnrty" was
formally organized, with Tbeodoro
Itobsovclt as Its tiomlnco for Presi
The meeting was the climax of ni
exciting n week ns this city, or any
other Amerlcnn city, has ever experi
enced, following tho ndjournment sine
dlo of the regular convention, tho
Itoosevcll delegates who had been
seated but who had refused to tnkoj
nny pnn in me inter proceedings, and
the contested Roosevelt delegates who
bnd not been passed by tho national
committee or the credentlnls commit
tee, numbering over llvo hundred,
marched to Orchestra Hnll, which had
been all prepared for their coming.
tlovcrnor Johnson of California, vvhn
walked out or tho Republican (inven
tion early In the day nnd who was tho
only physical bolter, called tho meet
ing to order.
"Any man with red blood In his
veins always finds It a pleasure to light
fraud," ho said, "and It Is to light
the greatest fraud ever perpetrated
upon the American people that we nro
Senntor Clnpp of Minnesota rend a
resolution that n now political party,
to bo known for the present as "The
Progressive Tarty," be organized nnd
that the organisation bo followed by
tho nomination of a camVlatc for tho
presidency This vvns ndopted iimld
Ten Commandments as Slogan,
Colonel Itooscvelt vvns put In nomi
nation by penilergnst, controller of
New- York City, who In n biting speech
ngalnst the treatment the Progressives
bad received In the ItepuhUcnn con
vention, suggested that" n winning slo
gan for the new pnrty would be tho
The applause of tho meeting becamo
frenzied when Colonel Roosevelt nn
liounccd bis willingness to be tho party
lender and In his ncceptnnce speech
nppenlod to nil the people of America,
In nil sections, regardless of their par
ty iiftUlatlons up to the present, io
stand with the founders of this new
party, one of whoso cardinal principles
would be the divine commandment:
"Thou shnlt not steal."
Ready to Stop Aside.
The nomination of Colonel Roosevelt
In this Informal manner vvns this morn
ing snld to bo chiefly for tho purpose
of effecting a temporary organization
nnd giving the adherents of the prin
ciples of tho Progressive party somo
one about whom to rally.
This morning n formal cull will ba
Issued for n Stato convention In Illi
nois, while the work of organization
will bo pushed ahead until the Union
has been covered and each Stato will
huvo Its regular organization,
It Is expected that this can all bo
accomplished beforo tho end of August,
when a national convention will bn
called and tho principles of tho now
party formally enunciated In u national
In his speech df acceptance. Colonel
Roosevelt said that ho will step aside
If, when fully organized, the new party
should desire to select n now standard
bearer for the (nmpnlgn this fall.
At the Orchestra, Hall meeting, thero
wero delegates taking part from twenty-two
States, representing every sec
tion of tho country,
BALTIMORE READY FOR
IIAI.TIMOIU:. Mil, Juno 24 Tlfb
center of Hlltlcnl Interest shifts this
week, from Chicago to llnltlinorc, nnd
Ilultlmore knows It. Tim city Is deck
ed out In gala attire for tho coming
Democratic convention which will open
here tomorrow. Tho streets wero
thronged until Into Inst night with u
crowd of merrymakers.
Wbllo all tho merrymaking was go
ing nu last night, the Democratic na
tional committee, under tho leadership
of Norman Muck, was working over
time. The chief dlfllculty which has con
fronted It, tho selection of u temporary
chairman, has how practically liccnilu
elded by tho almost certain selection
of Judgo Alton II .Parker, onctlmo
candidate for tho presidency, it was
reported last ailRlit that his name has
been decided upon liy tho committee
und this was not denied.
John W Kern and it. I Henry of
Toxns uro mentioned ns possible op
ponents to Ilryan In tho light for tho
selection of Parker. Kern wus llrynn's
running mnto In tho lust national cam
paign It Is practically conceded, how.
ever, thnt llrynn will bo it member of
the committee nn resolutions, und It Is
rumored that ho will bo tho perma
MAKING PLANST0 "
ORGANIZE NEW PARTY
CIIICAOO. Ill, Juno 24 The Initial
steps toward the actual formation of
the new jinrty were taken last night.
Tho Progressiva party wns dedicated
In tho presence of about five hundred
leaders nnd delegates. These wero
made up of tho 344 delegntes who bolt,
ed and tho Roosevelt delegates who
fulled to pass the Republican national
committee. Governor Johnson of Cal
ifornia was empowered to appoint u
committee of seven to confer with Col
onel Itimsevelt and lay plans for the
actual launching nf the new pnrty
Cornier Ken etui y (i.irllelil. one of the
colonel's warm personal friends, do-
HOW THEY VOTED
Alabama 22 ....
Arizona ,. ..-. 6 ....
Arkansas 17 ....
California 2 ....
Colorado 12 ....
Connecticut 14 ,,,,
Uclanftro .. . . C ....
Florida 12 ....
Idaho 1 A,...
Illinois 22 f2
Indiana 20 3
Iowa 16 ,,,,
Kansas 2 ....
Kentucky 21 2
Louisiana 20 ....
Mnrvliind .. .. , 1 9
Massachusetts 20 i...
Michigan 20 9
Mississippi .. ..' 17 .,,,
Missouri 10 ....
Mnnlnnn 8 ,,,,
Nevada . , G ....
New Hampshire 8 ....
Now Jersey 2
New MHtlee 1
New York 76 S
North Carolina 1
Ohio 14 ....
Oklahoma 4 1
Pennsylvania 9 2
Tthndo Island 10 ....
South Carollnn 16 ....
South Dakota fi
Tennessee 2:1 1
Texas 31 ...'.
Utah 8 ....
Vermont 6 ....
Virginia 22 ....
Washington 14 ....
West Virginia .....
Wyoming 6 ....
Hawaii 6 ....
Alaska 2 ....
District of Columbia ... 2
Porto lllco 2 ....
Totals r.Cl 100
clarcd last night that "those who think
that this movement to tho establish
ment of a new party 1 n Hash In the
pan nre most woefully mistaken"
The departure of Cnvernnri llndlcy
of Missouri, one of the lending pro
gressives In tio country, without hav
ing made nnyileclurntlon, has caused
n, great deal of speculation In nnd
around tho headquarters of the new
Already tho new party has ndopted
a battle ling. When the delegntes !is
sembled Inst night they nil wore ban
danna handkerchief's bound around
their arms. Other handkerchief, wero
distributed nnumg the crowd. Asked
regarding them, Governor Johnson sold
that they nre to bo "the symbol of the
new pnrty, tho symbol of tho plnln
Johnrnn will leave today for Cali
fornia ami Colonel Itooscvelt for Oys
ter liny Neither of them would dis
cuss the rcportsthnl a Democratic vice
president will be named ns Itoosevelt's
running mute on tho ticket of tho Pro
Congressman McKlnley, who mnn
agcil President Tnft's campaign for
the nomination, snld last night that he
Is "most optimistic of tho outcome."
Hpenklng nf the bolt of tho Roosevelt
delegates, bo wild: "Oh, well, o man
'who bus been defeated will do many
peculiar things." He predicted that
the Tnft-Hhcrinun ticket will win by
a good majority
TWENTY DROWNED AT BUFFALO.
HUl'KAI.O, N. Y Juno 24. Twenty
persons wero drowned hero yesterday
uf ternoon when a big dock In tho Ni
agara 1th er collapsed. A steamer was
ut the dork and the hundreds of pleas
ure seekers wero-board lug It when sud
denly the wharf gnvo way, under tho
heavy strain nnd fell Into the water.
Morn than 250 persons wero preelp.
Hated Into the water, and the awful
struggle to reach icpUco of safety was
terrible to behold.
A k -, ','
NEWS TO BULLETIN
Tho following cablegrams wero re,.
cvlvcd by tho Hullo 1 1 n ton lato
tor publication last Saturday from A.
I,. C. Atkinson nt Chicago:
CIIIOAQO, III.. Juno 22. Taft was
nominated for President this nftcr
noon with t"i61 votes, Ronsovclt not
ClIloAori, III.. Juno 22. Tho now
ProgrosHlvo party wns formod at an
Immenso mass-mcctlng tonight, Thp
now party nominated Koosovolt, who
has accepted conditionally, provided
that a convention to bo called In tho
tutnro ratllloH tho selection. Tho on'
lliuslasm shown tonight was unbound
WHERE TO 8PEND THE FOURTH
"Tlicro's bo great goln's on In Hllo"
nnd thoy aro to draw a crowd from
Honolulu which will lcavo hero on
Wednesday ahd return cither Satur
day, tho 6th. or Tuesday, tho 9th. John
O'Hourko will have tho best of his
string uf horses, Ayrcs will have a
card of boxers to pleaso tho "fawncy"
and thero will bo a purely literary
treat from Judgo Wbllnoy. Tho citi
zens of Hllo aro working hard to mnko
tho affair a success nnd when Hllo
puts Its mind to a thing something
On Maui tho citizens have joined
with the Intention nf drawing. from nil
Hcctlons of tho country. Thoy havo
nado up a card of sports which should
bo n good attraction arid tho IntcMsl
and Company 1b contributing their
quota br making a round-trip price to
Maul of S.0il and In lllln or $2il.0i).
Vou must get the Hut If tin t
get the A'citi.
'.'.'.'. '"i '.'.'.'.
(Continued from Pago 6)
Juno 28 nnd named John C Breckin
ridge br Kentucky ahd Joseph Ijiuo
Tho Constitutional t'nlon party, tho
old American or Know Nothing, party,
had met In llnltlmnro on Mny II nnd
nominated John Hell of Tennessee nnd
Kdard Kverett of Massachusetts.
The Republicans met In llnltlmnro In
1864 nnii nominated Abraham Lincoln
nnd ndopted a platform declaring ever
lasting wnr bn slavery.
The Dcmocrnllo convention of thnt
year was held In Chicago and named
Ueorge II. Mcflcllnn nf New Jersey.
, In 1872 tho Democrats met In ir.il
tlmore and nominated llnraco Orecley
or Now York, who had been named
earlier by the Liberal licpubllciins In
That was the last national conven
tion Ik Id In Ilultlmore
PliyslclnnH nnd patlcntx who still ho
llovo l'rlght'h Disease Incurable will
bo interested In tho fact that a largo
Now York Kxporllng Houso sent In nu
order for J180.00 worth of I'ullon'a
Compounds "for Paris llosjillnl sup
plies." Check vvns received with tbn stale.
merit that tho shipment was a lit t lo
slow and au order was placed for
three duplicates to bo prepared and
housed In Now York rendy for quick
delivery on monthly orders.
Anntiior Imporlnnt order was from
a physician ol tlm IMPKIIIA1. AllMY
MKMCAIj COLIXOK OI-' CANTON,
CHINA. Ho wroto that tho Itonal
Compound wns a necessity In tho
treatment of Kliluny Dlsenio
Tlm knowledge that llrlght'H Di
caso is being cured Is spreading
nrniind tho world.
Honklet mailed free, address John
J, Fulton Co.. San l-'ranclsrn.
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort streot, Is
local ngent for Fullons Honnl Com
pound. Ask for pamphlet.
PRICE LOW TO
Declining prices and n demand stim
ulated by tho simple method of "u
llttlo bit less" helped to give tho mar
ket an outward semblance of life to
day. Tho Republican split nt Chicago has
not so far Inlluonred the market ser
iously, und tho general opinion of tho
sugar men scorns to bo that Tuft's
chances of being reelected which Is
nssurnnco of continuation of the sugar
tariff with possibly a slight revision
dopend largely upon the nominee, of
the Democratic convention this week
Tho sales today weio feiUurclcss.
Olna sold sluggishly at $7.50, finally
dropping to (7.2R. und Kwn, ut tho
low price of $31.7.1. wns In some de
mand Ouliu ut $27.2." found few Ink.
its Between boards two blocks u,
Oaliu went ut $27 SO.
Several years' satisfactory use
In the Islands have demonstrat
ed its superiority for tins cli
mate FinC, ACID AND WATEn
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET
ORANGE DLOSSOM CANDIES
The Most Popular Candles Made
on the Const
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD.
1024 Fort St. Telephone 13S4
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATKlt TOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO,
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
Pantheon Block Hotel Street
lire made on tho latest London, Purls
nnd New York Custom Uists.
REGAL SHOE STORE
King and Both'l Streets
WA8 AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
A.t tin recent California State Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
WHEN .YOU WANT
Wire Woven Fence
The Man to Sea Is
J. C. AXTELL ALAKEA STREET
YOU'LL FIND WHAT YOU WANT
City Hardware Co.
NUUANU AND KING .STREETS
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Collins Block Telsphon 3591
K. I). HAM, & S0.V, LTD.
Cor. King unci Fort Sis, IIO.MII.UI.U
Hanliinre, Paints nnd Oils, Ship
cliandlerj. Slaves, Crorkcry, (Ilass
mire nnd Kllrlirn Utensils; .Sporting
Roods, Onus, Iterolnrs and Ammuni
tion. I F t T'8 PAINT
And you want a aod job, m
8HARP SIGNS ARE SEEN
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The Fourth will toon be here. Get
yodr Fireworks, Firecrackers and Tor
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO.
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
Brown & Lyon Co, Ltd.
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For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ARY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or
write to us and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
C31 FORT 8TREET
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AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and SPARKLING
LARGE and SMALL DOTTLE8
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
j Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BnEW
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FOK SALK AT A LI, BAILS
Imported and Island
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FOR SALE OR HIRE
518 S. King M.
lias llic licit Home-Made Bread,
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Hotel 8tret, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
DCST IN THE MARKET
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, MILK and CREAM
Kalmukl Dairy F. H. Kllby, Prop.
Wo deliver freah Milk and Cream
twlee daily to nil parta of tlie city.
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Only establishment on the Island
quipped to do Dry Cleaning.
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