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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1912.
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George Tlilelen, Hoosevelt fUiport
or nml first wearer of the llnnUanna
Handkerchief In Hawaii, Bald this
inornlni; that he confidently experts
that Koosovelt's third lmrty will he
launched In Hawaii this summer.
"Thoro Is scureely uny question ns
to Unit," he said. "The imrty Is to
hold Its convention In August, and
certainly delegates will he elected
from Hawaii, Moreover, If Hoosevelt
should ho elected, there will undoubt
edly bo imtronnge dispensed to Ha
waii from the Hoosevelt administra
tion. No matter whether the local or
ganization Is strong or weak, It will
"George It. Carter and Jack Atkin
son have seen Roosevelt at Oyster
Hay. I expect that one of them has
been named National committeeman
lor Hawaii In the new party, and that
when they return, the new party will
bo launched. This movement Includes
Hawaii as well as the rest of the
country. Tlio Progressive movement
will enter Into local affairs here us It
has dono on the mainland."
Kdltor Chung You Hung of tho Wall
Hlng Publishing Company, and a bevy
of Chlucso suffragettes were the op
posing parties In Police Court this
morning, when tho editors complaint
that he was attacked and violently
beaten by tho Celestial ladles camo
tip for trial.
A. S. Humphreys represented tho
prosecution, while It. W. Hreckons and
Lorrln Andrews were, associated In
The courtroom wan filled by a
crowd of Chinese, numbering about
four hundred. All available space was
taken up. mid the leaders of the
Chinese woman suffrage organization,
Lum Yip, Mr
DR. CLARK FINDS
Prices down again on the market
and lh Investors tempted to buy even
out of their shell of timidity was to
day's story In stocks.
Tho Miluiun of sales was larger than
for some lime past, but there Wits lit
tle strength In tho market and the
prices In several securities are slid
Olaa C per cent. lonls nre In good
demand at $'JiX,U, but Oaliu Sugar
went down today from ?27.".r, to $i!G.
2.1 -'i and several sales were made at
bargain llgurcs. Hawaiian Commer
cial Is down more than a point, selling
between boards at $4X21.
The name uncertainty as to future
political action that has prevailed for
n long time past is gradually forcing
down the prlcfB and the fear that tho ,,or(1 'j, of four acc()Ipanled by
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('ratio free-trado administration to ,, wcl known Insurance man of oPrt-
siiiih in is leu oy some investors. ftoi.;iB,i, 0re,( returning home to par
however, by those
with the situation.
(Continued from P.p. 1)
bo compelled to remain In New York
until the Issuo Is formally ftiadu. Act
ing Governor Mott-Hmltli said It Is
. possible that arrangements can bo
made with some of the trust compa
nies In New York to handle tho bonds,
merely turning them over to tho pur
chasers after the salo has been made,
thus obviating the necessity for tho
Treasurer's presence thoro Scptomber
The form of tho Issuo will bo tno
buiiio as the lust ono and the only dif
ference between them will ho In tho
numbers on tho bonds. The exponso
of sending a legal export from Ha
waii, tho Acting Governor Bays, will
bo found unnecessary.
Unless he la advised by cubic of
Conkllng's departure on tho Tenyo
Mum, Governor Fronr probably will
be somowhat astonished when tho
Treasurer appears before him at 'Sun
Francisco. Tho following cable, sont
by Frenr from'Knnsns City, was re
ceived by tho Acting Governor this
"Conkllng bettor come Immediately.
I will leavo information for him In
Oakland, whero wo arrlvo Friday
night." From this It is thought be
does not expect Conkllng to reach the
Coaul beforu tho executive sails home
A belated nttctnpt to savo the shade
trees on that part of Punchbowl re
cently given back to tho Territory by
the Fcderul government for n public
purk, wan started this morning by tho
parks committee of tho f.lvlc Federa
tion. There ure still many fine alga
rotuiN on the outer slopes which have
not yet fallen to the woodcutter's nx.
lind the Civic Federation will do what
It can to Have them fur the people. The
Japanese woodchoppers have been act
ing under contract with the Kitplolanl
KstatP. which holds u lease on a por
tion of the Punchbowl reservation, and
It Is with these Japanese that the fed
eration hopes to do business.
This morning J. M. McChesney.
chairman of the parks committee, nml
Professor W A. liryuli of the College
of Hawaii, also n Civic Federation cn-
tnuslast, and Its secretury, called at (.(inslt!ni? of Mm
army headquarters and found out tho Wong How Fee, Mrs. Nco Tong, Mrs.
exact dividing lino between the Ku-rjhoy Sing, Wong Hoon Kow Hoo,
plolanl leasehold nnd the undisputed Chock Kill, Chow Moo and Loo Tail
military ground. They secured nil tno Hoo, occupied tho olllcers' bench.
Information available, nnd then start- Truo to their organization, all the
cd out to negotiate the deal that may leaders of tho woman's hill had urn
save the remaining trees. jbrcllas In their hands. Some of tho
I umbrellas. It Is said, wcro used In at
tacking tho editor on the mornlt.g of
1 .Time 12. One umbrella In particularly
'which was violently applied on tho
person or tho editor was onered In ev
idence. Tho handle was broken. Tho
Ehlrt of the editor was also offered In
evidence by Humphreys. The Bhlrt'
was torn In pieces, and, according tol
Its owner, It cost him a good sum of
money when he bought It,
Editor On Stand.
Kdltor Chunx Ynu Hung, a slim
gentleman, took tho stand nnd snld
that on tho morning of Juno 12, while
busy In his editorial chair, ho was
cuddenly visited by an angry mob of
Chinese women, suffragettes, who at
tacked him not only with lists hut
While defending himself, ho heard
Mrs. I.imi Yip give an order to her us
soclatcB to heat him. It- was then,
Enid he, that ho felt the falling of tho
umbrellas ono uftor tho other.
Ills remarks on tho stand caused
general laughter In tho courtroom.
Court ofllcor Wood, and special offi
cer Apnna shouted at tho top of their
olees for order.
Humphreys conducted tho prosecu
tion briefly and right to tho point.
lirecKons, ror tho defense, made a
close oxamlnatlou of Kdltor Hung
Ono of tho first witnesses for tho
prosecution was Mr. Mattorl of tho
Hawaii Shlnpo. Ho said that ho did
not sec tho assault. Kim Fook, an
other witness for tho prosecution,
hftld ho saw tho editor nftcr tho as-
fault. It seemed to him, said he, that
the editor had been attacked quite se
verely by tho women.
At tho close of tho editor's testlmo
ivy, tho caso was continued until 2:30
o clock this afternoon.
Captain Chas. H. Ilaker. who. ac
companied by tho officers, went to the
lescuo of the editor, will bo put on tho
stand this afternoon.
In addition to carrying one of the
largest lists of cabin passengers trav
eling homeward In a Toyo Klsen Kni
nlm liner In many mouths, the Tenyo
Mnru Is bearing a distinguished party
of tourists who on arrival at the coast
will have completed a long round-thn-world
At least three regular tourist par
tics nro Included In the two hundred
or more trnns-Paclllc travelers, who
called hero yesterduy and afterward
declared that they spent a delightful
Btny In Honolulu and Its delightful en
virons. Two tourist parties returning to tho
States In tho Tenyo Include a party
of New York tourists, accompanied
by Mr. Onderdonk, and a round-thc-
tlclpate In Independence Day
bratioiiH on American soil.
U. S. TAXES TO BE
Diplomacy Is apparently necessary
for Hawaii's labor prospects In the
Far Kust, for Dr Victor 8. Clark, 'com
missioner of Immigration, has sent
word here that he lias taken up with
the American minister to China the
matter of getting the right kind of nil
Introduction and credentials fur the
Russian otllclals with whom he Will
have to deal.
The llrst detailed news of what Dr.
Clark lias been doing came on the
Tenyo Mnru yesterday In the form of
letters to the Hoard of Immigration.
The last one wns dated Juno 10, and
Dr. Clark was then In -Peking. 1 Tc
had Just got through with one session
at tho American legatlun, with Secre
tary Williams nnd was to see the min
ister later on. 'He vvlulivti, before go
ing out Into Manchuria and possibly
still further Into Ilusslun-lnhablted
territory, to get his standing assured
and tlnd out what attitude Itussla takes
toward recruiting of Immigrants In
Siberia. It is underbtood from his
letters thut he bus been given to un
derstand that the legation at Peking
Is tho place where lie will be set
With all of this circuitous npproach
to Ills actual work, the guess Is haz
arded here that his mNslon Involves
considerable delicacy of handling nnd
that the situation Is a ticklish one.
Thousands of dollars arc due In cor
poration nnd special Federal taxes be
fore the end of this mouth, and this
morning Internal ltevenue Collector
Cottrill Issued a timely warning that
unless these tnxes tiro paid, the CO per
cent, penalty will become duo tlnd he
will have no option but to enforce It.
"This Is the last week for the pay
ment of corporation and special taxes
such us tho so-called snloon license
fee to the Federal government," lie suld.
"The thirtieth of June Is the last of
thu month. Under the Federal law,
when tho last day of tho month Is on
Sunday, the payments become duo tho
day preceding. So Saturday Is the last
day. A great many have not yet paid
their taxes und we shul! have to en
force the penalty of adding fifty per
cent, for delliHiuency.
"nut ear this district led the en
tire United States In Its internal rev
enue returns, not n slnglb dtdlnqueucy
being declared. Now, wo must keep
up this record, nnd I hope that those
who have not paid will at once do so."
Arthur G. Smith, Assistant Attnrnoy
Getlurnl, und Attorney Prossor .leavo
Friday morning for Wutluku, whero
they will appear In the tax appeal
cases set for that dato. Attorney
Smith may rorvo In one or two tax
appeal cases lo bo heard by the Oaliu
appeal hoard tomorrow.
DOUBT AS TO WHETHER
DR. SUN IS COMING SOON
INJURED SOLDIER TO
BE SENT TO COAST
Provided that the civil authorities
do not require his presence, Trooper
Roscoe City, thu man who was shot In
nn Iwllel resort about three weeks
ugo, will bo sent to the Coast on the
next transport. City has. been lying
at the Fort Shatter hospital ever since
the snooting, lie is completely para
lyzed below the waist, and It was not
at first thought that he could live
moro than n few days. Ho hung term
cloualy to life, however, and this
morning Major Kennedy asked that ho
be sent back to the States. If he lives
he will bo a hopeless cripple.
Sheriff Jarrctt got a statement from
City two days uftor the brawl which
resulted In the fatal stabbing of Pri
vate llostlc. City know little or noth
ing of the circumstances, nnd It Is not
likely thut the pollco will wish to hold
TO URGE PROTECTION
OF JAPANESE BRIDES
Iteports of In-MiltM and Indignities tn
Which Japanese picture brides nre sub
jected by tlio erews ami passenger of
vessels returning from the Orient arc
tu be made the subject of an Inquiry
by iilllclulH of the Y M. ('. A.
Acting Secretary Larimer of tlio Ho
nolulu association, on Information
brought to him this morning by Sec
retary Mntmizutvu of tho Japanese
branch of the association, is writing
to his fellow nlltet.rM In Knn l.'i-ntiolKco.
unif other Coast cities asking u thor
ough Investigation of the charges and
ror cooiu-ratlon in checking them, if
the report Is found true.
Matsiizawu fiirerned Ijirlmer that
tho Jupaliopn newspapers already have
taken tipjjthe matter, ns the result of
stories told 'by brides recently from
that country. They state that abso
lutely no protection Is given women
traveling In the steerage.
In no disease docs the blood
become thin so rapidly as in
rheumatism. Not only docs
it become thin but it is loaded
with impurities-'-the rheumatic
poisons. Without proper treat
ment these poisons increase,
the inflamed joints swell and
the. patient becomes a cripple.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
Pale People build up the blood
and enable it to cast out the
rheumatic poisons with the
natural secretions of the body.
Every sufferer who does not
try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is
neglecting the most hopeful
means of recovery..
If you ire Intcrettru in ihtcureef rhcuma
tum writ today (or u cojty of our booklet,
"llulMIn Up flit lllood,'' II i.irnl fret on
rcqifnt, Senu no money or itampi. l)r.
Wlllbm,' rink nil. fur Nlr l'eople ire.olj
everywhere or will tc tent Ly mail, KMttpaUl.
on receipt of price, $. rents per toe. hlx boiee
lor Jj. ju ty the Dr, WIULuim Medicine Co.,
Considerable doubt exists ns to who
thor Dr. Sun Yut Sen, founder of tjio
Chinese republic, Is coming to Hawaii.
A local Chinese said today that Dr,
Run him nnltlprl thnt tin wmilil rnmn
here within a short time and might gcj&anco. ,
on to the mainland. On the other
hand, the cable Is said to bo Indefinite
lltlu.. '.....,mi nr.u.1 3ft f, ..nnlr In III.,
employ of Henry Cape of Stamford, nnd tlio Chinese think that Dr. Sun Is
was probably fatally burned while us- not coming until ho wns expected.
Ing kernHi'iio to start a tiro In tho which, according to reports some tlmo thu guest of honor at tho commence
Mtt'heii ktove. ngo. would bo In about six months. ment
David Pal:! and Mlleka Kckuhu, ar
rested several days ago on u statutory
charge, waived examlntalon beforo tho
United States Commissioner this
morning und were held to the Octo
ber term of Federal Court. Uoth wero
released on their personul recognl
(leorgetown t'nlverslty will confer
the degree of doctor of laws on Senator
O'Gormnii of New York, who will be
CHANGE IN EDITORSHIP
OF HAWAII HERALD
W, F; Babin, MClIng editor of the Ha
waii Herald, returned tills morning
from Illlo on the Manna Kea, having
severed his connection with. the Her
ald and come hack to Honolulu to re
enter tho local Held. J. M. Cllos, of
the Star staff, will go to Illlo on the
Muunu Kea tomorrow to take tho edl
tor's chair. Mr. Giles litis had cunsld
ernblo experience in tho local Held, Is
active, energetic und his friends In
Honolulu are pulling for him to make
good. He likes Illlo and says ho be
lieves It has a great future.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 24, 1912.
From 1030 a. m. to 4 1 30 p. m.
Knlmukl Uind Co Ltd to Aloert
Parsons .. D
I.ee Hop to YUilluku Hardware
Cloo Wan Hoy to Mntsuta Nuka-
Iluwn Commercial & Sugar Co to
William Searby !,
Harry F LuwIr to Ng Fat IIS
Mary Itces and hxb to Honolulu
(las Co Mil I)
Manoel ilu Jenus to Fmiiivllno M
Chas A Stanton, tr, to Frank 12
Thompson '. D
Entered for Record June 25, 1912.
From 8i30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
A nroxsl und wf to William Kin
F J Ileuny to First Hank of illlo
Sam Knlll to L S P.kuu D
Illlo Sugar Co to Kulhelunl Ttel
Kulhelanl Kiiuumoann (w) lo Illlo
Sugnr Co M
Kulhelunl (w) to Illlo Sugar C L
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Want Ads will and It.
Application for special privileges
for Sunday I rude, licurd by the board
of license commissioners yesterday.
were held up until tomorrow nrtcr
noon's meeting nii(J It Is Intimated
now that tho license application or tho
concerns making these may bo ob
tained only with dllllculty.
Among these nro tho Union drill,
tho Alexander Young hotel and tho
Territorial Ilotol Company for tho
Moann hotel. Applications against
which no complaint has been made
wero granted yesterday. Including n
number granted conditionally, based
en tho later submission of an agree-
mnnt l.v tliA itu-nnr, t, u.,11 nn rmil.
pounds that the board has placed on I
the objectionable list. Tho rollowlng
licenses wero granted.
John QousiiIyos, mint saloon: M. (1.
Sllvn. Knmahnmehn saloon: Wlni: Wo
Tal, wholcsalo; Alfred Ilosa and oth-'
ers, wholcsalu; Mncfarlano & Co.,
wholesalo; Seattle llrowlng & Malt
ing Company, whotesnle; (Tub Conies,
ltlver llhliio saloon; F, P. Johnson,
ITonulllull: Jnmes Thompson, Imperial
saloon; K. V. Ciinha, Futon saloon;
Ilertha F. Klemme. saloon; Louis War
ren, Kncoro saloon; II. Ilackfold &
Co., wholesale, conditionally; Isaac
Cockett, Cockett saloon; Gonsalvcs &
Co., wholesale, conditionally; the Sea-
jbldo hotel, no Sunday privileges; Dins
a mas, wnoiesnio (previously retail j,
CAUL V. 1IKINTZK, a civil engineer
employed on the Hlto ltallroad exten
sion work near Ookala, Hawaii, Is In
Honolulu for a few days' visit, having
arrived hero by the Muunu Kea this
irornliig. Ho will return to Hawaii
Howard II. Ililzby. u Philadelphia lltdi
dealer di-eover-'d a llsh ".curing a
diamond ring In its gills
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