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"" ! BULLETIN CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK BUYERS BECAUSE'THE BULLETIN GOES INTO MANY HOMES Evening Bulletin From San Tranclioot China .., May 1G For San rranciscol Sierra May 10 From Vancouver. Xcnhindlu , May 26 For Vancouveri Mnrnma , May 23 The point about ADVERTISING l that It la a BUSINESS NECESSITY, and this paper sells It to manufacture era and merchant! on itt MERITS. v 3:30 EDITION Is A Sales Force For Business Progress ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 4921. 20 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1911. 20 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS. ?3N1IHLHHHK3HHMHHELMHHHHHHHM - W READ(N I i ASSOCIATION if i i i . , M. f HONOLULU MEN JAILED AT JAPANESE STATION MEXICAN PEACE PLAN HAS FAILED Naval Station Pictures Cause Altreil C. II. riclclier mid J A. Toklo, Nlkko, NiiByn, nnil have been Richardson, well known In this city. In Kioto the. lluwcr of them nil hum hcon langiilslilng In :i Japanese about a wick. Most of tho cities show Jail In punishment for taking plctine the effects or foreign Inlluoucos. Ky whlle entering olio of tho naval tu- utu liupiIly Iihh retained inch (if tho lion harbors of Japan. old Jupunoso, and for thin reason Is tho Fletcher und lllchaidsoii worn re-' most Interesting. At present thcra Is BldcnlH ol Honolulu for a number of celebration taking placo In coinniem muntlis. Fletcher whb n lonelier ut oration of the Tuuth unnlvorsury or tho lolanl Collego and Richardson ul tho roundliiB of tho Jnbo sect of Iluddhlsm, Mills Institute. Mla the city streets are crowded with Later lliey became Inspectors on ,K.()ple rioni the outlyhiB districts, the I'carl Ilaihor dredKltiK work.1 castles and temples lire to bo round ut Having iiniassed enough money to cu.r). turn. a, 0 Iir getthig Hotm catry them part way nronnd tho wllat Urvii of tlH.Mli Tu.y uru n Vcry world they net out on their Jounioy much alike. on the steamship Asia that left hero ..w t.xpCut to bo In Japan about a lust March, ,vvcek longer, making Kyoto our bend- They wrote letters to their friend (,uurter und takliiK In ONukn, Nnru In the city mid ono from Klotclicr I and Kobe. Wo uru plannlnK a iv-nlklng given us rotiows: "Kyoto. Japan. April 17, 1911. "Dear Mr. ! I have J" - l.ni.ell-trWJitliu'tU.llliCiv Charity lb"- pllnl, wlierit I saw ur. ivunayusni unu gave him the two books. He was glad to tee mo. coming an recently from Honolulu, and pent nn Hour show hiB uieininiruo '' "' " Temple, with which IiIm hospital Ihcjui- neiieo urn iKMiMim u .... or live bulldlmr or JapaneKO Mylu una Iiun nccoininodiitlons for about thirty paiieniH. in iiouiiion io won, ho lm about forty day mil ent- dur riB the winter nnil ono nuni.reu ouriiic mo Miintuer. who coino dal y for treatment. , He linn thleo iiRHNtnnt doctors on hlH c,t,.rr 1.muIiI,m4 ulv tittrKf.4 mid HOVornl olbe.s. ITom tliU you can kco that bo JAPANESE EMBASSADOR In ii very buy mm, and I appreciated I AIDS YOUNQ FLETCHER ery much tbo hour bo devoted In con- Brother of San Franciscan in Maiiuru itm-tliiir n around the temple. JH Secures a Promise of Release. "Itlcb ami I nro Ktll toKether ami A tho reHiill of quick action on the nr. -njuylutr onr trip very much. Wo part of rclutlycn In this city, und con have Isltt-il Yokobnma. Kiimakiira.' (Continued oh Page 2) LIST SELLS Plucky Girl Will Continue Her Travels Around the World. Tor the lut tme Miss Ornlee I.lst, tho Oklahoma newxislrl. will Bell thu l: v e n I n K Bulletin on thu utreoU of Iluiiolulu today, and thin In tho hint cbatico ot thu public to buy u paper from tblfl Klrl full nt Brit wlio Ih work liiB her way around tho woild by ell Iiik new8piiierH, devoting lurnelf to thu Kao of dally papem In tho cltkw tlnoiiBh which nho haH passed. Appreciate Patronage. "I npprecluto very much tho pat ronaBt' the lesldeutH of Iluiiolulu have Blveu mo whllo I have been HellliiB tlie liven I n B mi Hot In In tbU city, und an thin Ii the last day I Blmll bo u ni'WSBlrl hero I wish to toko this opportunity to thank them for that patioiuiBV," fnlil Miss List this morn Iiib In HpenklnK of her week'H cxierl ences. Miss List had H Rood day ycstirday, und as this afternoon Is tho last tlmo Him will be seen on the streets of Ho- liolulu In the capacity of newsglrl, the public patronage should bo moro than nn any previous nay sinco sue began her cnmpnlgn. Swept Town, The 11 u I let In nml Miss I.lst linvo swept iiih town iiuring uus wecu, ami Hemy, the two mcinberH of the Man-, her presence on tho downtown streets chiirlu's crew taken Into custody tor with her bundle of Ilullotlns will nmuggllng of tbo drug, be missed by the customers who bavo( Howard pleuded Bullty to on Indlct coino to look upon her regularly every mcnt nIllj tl poslponeinent of Hentence afternoon ror their dally paper W!,8 grouted him In the United States Miss List hns sold II tl 11 ot I ns couit this morning, It IioIiib understood from nn automobile, from horseback ,lllt information, ,e gave to the iiu niiil on foot In Honolulu, nnd she Is ti,orlties resulted 111 tho Indictment und ennnlly nt liomo In either position nirest or Snjder whllo Inducing the public to purchase1 United Stutes District Attorney the paper. , Sides Satisfactory. Kroni a sales standpoint both Miss1 I.lst onil thu live u lug II u Hot In tire satisfied with the result of tho (Continued on Page 4) i jiifrlftiWN" ir fT'rifr f 'fr Pfflr Their Arrest tr), of fliur aj,B n tin- country ott thu j,,,,,,,, 1utli.. un.l 1 think It should Ik- Interesting" And ii liOud espcrlence. ,,rillll j , UB ln, ,rt KO t0 Komi ,.., poking, thence to Sham,' m, nollRlontt Canton, etc. .. ,ons lnu- ( .,,. liml ri. , nm ,,,, , ,, ul W(lll.r tl(Wn Wh nrii ut of n Job, but we ork lan, WJ nr ,.,,,, u, ,,,,, Triivi... , ,inr,i Kruft. Ymirn ln- ,t,ri... Al.ritUD V. 11. FI.KTCIIIJn' lMi i,oevtr. they fell Into thu . of . , ,,.,, nllll bt.calno ml)J(.ctH rr jipi.mUc eorr.Hpondence, tb ,.,., of. K.Ir ,,(11BM ,rt ,,,, In the Chronicle of the 2Cth lilt: LAST BULLETINS Smuggler Caught Fast On n secret Indictment returned by the local United States grand Jury, C. A. Snyder, u mining man, has bven iirictted ut Sun lYuuclsio by thu Unit id States authorities, thu charge being the smuggling or opium Into Hawaii, Suydur was u guest ut the Young Hotel while In the city, und It Is be lieved that hu was thu brgunlzcr of u yilUm ,y w lilvli Urito )ii.iiilltU.-n of tho ,.iru,und drug would be brought to ,i10 isia,ia on llnern ot the l'aclll I Mull company, ,111s depaituro on thu iMuuchuilu is" understood to have been hastened by the arrest of Howard ami ltreckons stutes that Snder Is n man of Koine Wealth His movements whllo In Honolulu havu belli tract d. mid It Is believed that tile evidence Involving him in tho work or opium smuggling In exceptionally strong. Military Camp Model How Marines Set Example For J . i 'mm .";- M.& fJl-?KL UJ'W. 2SS$W sr.v2Tre5t.. . jjtA wmMM 4$mmM 3nwfyTf; .- v .tt4 ,'.?x:rmmmm Wall Tents, with Flowers Growing in Front Permanent Homes" of Uncle Sam's Sea-Soldiers in Honolulu. Honolulu has a permanent object.lesson In cleanllnec In the various military quarters scattered In and about the city. The United States military authorities are developing Into great sanlta. tlon experts. It was Uncle Sam tlut cleaned up the Panama Canal Zone and drove out the dreaded yellow fever. An.d Uncle Sam's men i.i Hawaii are carry'ng on a vigorous campaign all the time for health and cleanll. ner.t. Camp Very, a description of which Is given herewith 't ,-i iplendld example of, what may be done along sanitary lines, and the rvanyila is worth something to Honolulu Just now. when the city and tcnltbry are combining in, a "clean.up"' 'campaign. - ", ' Every day Is "clean.up day" atcamp Very. Cleanliness ahimi nil tliluits Is the motto ut Camp Very, Honolulu, where tint detachment of Mm lues stationed In Hawaii iiro quartered, and al though thu men live wholly in touts the camp has nn air of permuuencu about It itud, n liumellgo atmosphere that vouTrl bo hard to duplicate. Major W. C. Nevlllo Is In charge of the Murines here, mid he ban work ed hard fur ninny months to bring the camp up to its present statu of perfection. Clean nml Homelike. I'he company streets nro bo clenli that ono could nit down In them with out duligor or becoming Hulled, und mound thu tents of the iinu-coiiimls-sinned olllcers mid enlisted men (low ers, small trees und climbing vines luiMi been planted that give tho oth erwise dreary looking brown tents LEGISLATORS CHARGES ANO ASKS FOR INVESTIGATION Principal Tucker of tho Hoys' Indus Irl il School has asked thu Department of Public Instruction for mi Investiga tion Into the sueru criticisms) that wen leveled nt Ills management of tbo Institution by the members of the Leg Ishitmc who vlsittd thu school during the lute session. Mr. Tpckcr denies emphatically tho truth or tho llndlngs made by tho legis late u committee. In this respect bo Is practically supported In n statement by .Supirlntondunt Pope. "Many or the statements made by the boy., nt the school to members or the THETIS IS BACK A 111 tin nrK nt Krhmtliln mpn flfft i maintaining a lonely vigil on Iiysan Island, and will await tho return of thu United States revenue cutter The tls to bring them back to Honolulu. Tho Thetis arrived ut the port this morning. I'rnfo'sor William A. Urymi ol the Collegi) or Hawaii, who accom panied the party to the Island, but did lint ic main there, states that 1-jiy-san Island Is ut pieient overrun with rabbits or nondescript origin ' Dlrdtf are again plentiful Thu Island 41 liKf aJaaaa. 1 mi ulr of beauty and u homelike nt- Liunaphcrc. To u htrunger among soldiers the neatness, tho clean qtiuitors, Iho cale taken to make the enlisted men torn fortuble mid huppy uru it revelation, fluking Tour. In company with Mujor Neville a Hullo tin representative made u trip around the camp ono day this week, and although the reporter has seen many camps of thu United States tinny, ho has never seen any that could surpass the quarters of tho so Murines nt Camp Very. The sea-soldiers ale well taken euro or, they have their own rending and billiard rooms and itt the post ex change, formerly called the canteen, they can buy almost anything the heart of man could wish. After looking ut n few of the tents Legislature were palpably uiitruc," says Mr. J'o Tin. dltllcultles With nil utliniuiHiruiiou "i nn iiiuubiiiui, ..l.,-..l ...... .,.!,, mill. ,.r..il tin. I t linvn I niiixi'i sis u iiiiuiiux; n-"l " liiiidu ery effort to iicquulnt myself with the couditloiis ievalllng ut the Industrial sihool. Several of the boys Who heard statements nmde to tho leg Islators' declare them to bo untrue." No uctlon lias bien taken on Tuck er's request ror nn Investigation, the members or the commission of public Instrintlou billevlng that they have cm nod u rest from' Investigations by virtue of tbo Illlo High School troubles. shows no evidence of having been vis ited by poaching p.-iltles. The building are In fair condition, mid somo repairs have been made by the Thetis party In order to make the L lir of the four sroentlstJ more com fortable. Tho Thetis was ten days making port, culling nt Midway on thu way homo. MltS. STODAUT. wife of tho form er munnger or Mcllrydo .plantation, Is loporlod by tho Qiipcii'h Hospital authorities lo bo better today than jestuiday. Mrs. Stodart was taken III on Kauai mid brought to Honolulu last week by u special trip or the llllonlnn. a IKHt.S. Ni:il'i:it In Honolulu, May 4, 11)11, to Mr. mid Mrs Curl II. Nelper, u sou, Mt. jLi.rri!iiiij!?v For "Clean ' ' A- T Company Street at Camp Very Which Marines Have Made Homelike. tag t . . JlPr 1 iy Pin TaM 1 Y if fl' ' I 111 M l'l jMMMJatWBMMiltllllllllW aWT,-,F-'t-.. fmn. rM?X-,S. SMBW" "9 'l"PS3aasassassl Sergeants Strong, Uhel and McSwain Standing by Saluting Gun in Front of Marine Corps Headquarters at Camp Very, Honolulu. and getting n general idea of the chine. In tho other end nro two long camp, Major Neville led tho wny to tables holding lllea of the principal the reeieatlon room of the men. magazines and Illustrated weeklies of For llecreullnn. tho I'uiled Slates, mid against the This Is a long building In ono end ,wu" "ook-cases coutulnlng it largo ... ., , ,, , , , millibar of up.lo-d.ito Mellon of which are three billiard mid pool j,(1 Jt .lt tables, tables for card games, mi up- Tlu there Is tho post exchange, right piano und it Victor talking ma- I (Continued on Page 7) MRS. COMPTON'S ALLEGED LETTER WRITING FIGURES IN U. S. GRAND JURY HEARING with flvo witnesses from Illlo mid i fr()m Mnu ,l0 nulled Stutoii HMIIII " lesumeil its Investigation i I'll" Hm Illlo High school charges this morning, tho alleged writing of u letter by Mrs. Ctmiptou ligurlug In Iho proceedings On this point Wil liam Field, tho proprietor of thu Maul Hotel was called us a witnesses, It being Hlutcd that he saw Iho letter said to h.ivo been wiltlen by Mrs Coiuplnu ill which shu Is alleged t have referred to some "Tom" In pur; tlcularly cmlemiug terms. I'lelil hinted that ho remembered CM. COOKE GALLERY FOR PUNAHOU Splendid Collection of Paint ings Practically Gift With Library. A splendid nrt collection, that of tho Into C M Cooke, has In en practically presented to Oahu College along with the library that stands as a monument to his name. This tolleitlon was not given by Mr Cooke, but tho C. M. Cooke, Ltd, corporation, which owns the collection of paintings, has deter mined to turn It over with tbo tlnu li brary Next Monday ul noon bids will bu u.v: ,. . j - Up Day" Honolulu something of Mio letter Incident hut that his recollection ns to what was contained In the missive was not at ull clour Tho statement was inailo that Mrs Coniptnn had slarled tn write the letter and hud then left it oil the hotel writing able, forgetting to lake It with her. Other witnesses subpoenaed, to np pear before tho (Irund Jury tills morn ing to throw bomo addition light on Iho Illlo High school charges wero L. 8. Cotiness, William Campbell, Miss Vmiuattii nnd it Japanese girl. Tho (imiiil Jury Is expected to re port oil tho case early next week. opened In the olllcos ot Linory & Webb, architects, ror the construction of an art gallfly, which will be a sort of annex to the library. The nrt gallery Is to be u single-story structure, along thu Hues ot the library building, of Island stone, nnd will servu us u fine setting for thu paintings. Included In tho Cooko collection are seventeen very tine painting, mid thu whole makes up a gallery that Is note worthy uiiywhcrc. The world looks bright to it young man who has Just hud his salary boosted mid himself accepted by the only gill. Mexicans Fail In ni I Pant (Associated l'rcsK Cable.) EL PASO, Tex., May 6 A full reply to the demand that Preildent Dial re sign has not been received. General Madero. the rebel leader, today de clared the armistice ended, and prep arations are being made to attack Juarez. The federal troops have re turned to their trenches, while the in surrectos are digging trenches opposite the union station at El Paso. MEXICO CITY QUIET (Asnoclnleil Press Caule.J MEXICO CITY, M.x May 6 The capital Is quiet, though there are many wild rumora of attack. REBELS HARASSING MOROCCAN CAPITAL (Associated Press Cahte.) FEZ, Morocco, May 6. The Invest ment of the capital by the rebels con tinues. The food supply has been cut off. FRENCH AVIATOR IS KILLED IN SHANGHAI (AK!at)i! Prest Oat1.) SHANGHAI, China, May 6. Vallon, the French aviator, was killed today by fall from the aeroplane In which I he was making a flight. , STEAMER is 'FLOATED I (Associate Press Cable.) SEATTLE, Wash, May 6 The I steamer Hazel Dollar, which went , ashore on Possession Point, has been , floated. SUGAR RAN FRANCISCO. Mny e.-Ileels: (is analysis. 10s fi l-".'d j parity, 4 20c. I'rcWuUN quotation, 10s. Id NOT SUCCEED , FREAR ' Refused Request of Kuhio and Legislators to Be Candidate. A determined effort made by Dele galo Kulilo mid a number of members of the last legislature lo prevail upon Senator Kulrchlld of Kauai to become a candidate for tho governorship, lo tnko the place of Governor Frear, did not meet with success, producing' on ly mi omphalic assertion from Khlr chlld thut ho would not become Gov ernor or tho Territory If the place weru offered to him. Tho nppiojchlug end to Governor Krear's term had aroused a number of pcoplo und it number of Interests to considerable preliminary activity. Kalrchlld's leadership In the Senate and thu ability that ho lias displayed In dealing with the flminclal problems of tho government made him a sort of "logical candidate" and It was with this Idea In mind that ho was asked to become u caudlduto by both Kulilo and .1 number of legisla tive members. Hut thu Senator front Kauai refused without qualification and one possible successor lo Govern or Frear has been eliminated from tho race. Those opposed to tho reappoint ment of Governor Frear are busy casting about for on available man. Delegate Kulilo makes no secret of the fact that he docs not want to seo Governor Kreur rcapiujlnted but bo far he has advanced the name of no ono aside from the attempt made to convince Falrclilld that ho ought to take n vacation .from managing a plantation und servo a term of four j cars at tho Capitol. 1 i ..J1 ifW , stfcaifcfcft .