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Evening
Bulletin
Readers Do Economic Shopping
i . M
Trom San Francisco!
Mill- Mm u ,.rll :
Tor San Francisco!
lliinnhiliiii . April 1
From Vancouver!
'. iliimllii April 21
Tor Vancouver!
Mm inn i April SI
TODAY, DEMAND IS THE LIFE
OF TRADE. THE PUDLIC MORE
THAN EVER BUYS WHAT IT
WANTS AND IT GROWS TO VANT
THE THINGS IT SEES AND
LrARNG ABOUT THROUGH EVEN
ING BULLrTIN PUBLICITY.
3:30 EDITION
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5199.
24 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1912. 24 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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FABLE
iksiTwl
OHIO
ndrews
Imrlti AihImws, dim n ilitftl hi Mn
ikm tn (in I Mint Im.iIim tn a fr:i7l
11m in Ilk li-l inipiiMi 1i i siiiiul
I i fKlmiiil lit lit iiimiiv tlif II. -
11 1 1 r m i-r tin imIiUi i'im-Iih i,
ImuiIIi in tiul Unit will imili.iMv r
LORRIN ANDREWS
Objrei of Bitter Flflht by Fourth DIs-
tiict Republicans.
null iii In hi hut Im ill ii to a fi.ile
tb. i iKo j
'I h. Mule Iiiwmi Willi Die bobble-
.till i ill Hit tin ! lilK) oi.ilm o nl
I i .1 I .inn Im i ii b i lulu a trap
II ! I II i In tit il ail lloilbll HIM b)
PLMER M. CHEATHAM
Who Leading Fight Against An
drews. lit Ittpolili. mis or tin 1 I). 1. Ill In It 1
I 1 1 !m uiu to 11 1 01 1 1 1 In Is In
lot 1 1 1 ii l niiiilli'i lutiiin whlth
(Ontimied on Pane 2)
in Trap
Is Story
's.".r" "y "i 'H'""j ''' ' ' i
mm
Wearing out Walk-Over
Shoes is one long pleasure
PRIMO PALE
THE
IS FOR TAFT ;
FIELD FINDS CITY
SALARIES
EXPERT TO SHOW EM UPf HF WAY"
II CikmIIiii: r'iehl'B repot t to t h
Chamber (if Continent', as tlu inuiili
ip.il ixicit emplujed by (ln Chutiilier
In llioFtl;alo tin- llnuiirl.il nmaul.i
II. in, operation mill status of the Clt
anil Count) (if Honolulu, will show :i
Kleud) llioioase of K.ll, tiles 'Hid oilier
oxperiM's of iinu'tlcall) OUT) ilepait-
llll'lll HllllO 'Olllll KOU'lllllll'Ill W.H
(kIiiIiIIhIiciI It will hIhiw liou llio tli
IMltllK'IIIH li.no been oiihIIiik tlio tax
p.iji'rx tiioio anil inoio, ami will kiik
K('Ht Kiinc Iiupoitant ilianr,es ami le
0IK.U1I..1II1111 Mr rii'lil'H Rtntomrnt Is to bo iimiIx
h A 1 1 1 1 1 1 lie IniH ik'illiii'il to iIIh
oiixh It l.efoii' tin nim; It In lit the
Chamber or Coiiinioru', Imt the IIiick
iiIiiiik whlilt In1 liax lit'i'ii winking mo
not illllli'iilt to li.u'o hIiu.ii Ihey lead
Into ami aioiiml the arioiiH illy ilc
p.iiliui'titH ami In- Iiiih liccii working
Hint1 for Imii montliH 'I'ho direction
hh probe lias taken liuiknle.s to :
Sand Burning
For Shriners
Tlio biirnltii' iambi iimt which Soil!
nor InlHali'H In llouolulii base walked
villi torluri'd tn.ad a dozen llui-i
Blnii I Hill falrh Hlleil loda), when
a doi1i neopb)tiH welo led lliloimli
llio Kliieln In the annual p.uado thai
Is one of HoiioIiiIu'h ie);ulai Jo)H
Weal) of fool and dejei'lol of c mill
tonauei', the) wimo rsiorled lhtout;li
laiiKhlin; irouiH who koI p.lilh'iilm'
dellKht out of ie(iii:iil7lni; their
fliemlH In Kiotcsiiuo iIsi;iiIhs tuoro or
leSh milted lo the Hiibjeil fol ceil tn
wear I hem
Koimi of the Orientals took the
hIiow for a elrtus parade, while nth
or, lubiiiK In H"' Km" "f hiiiih of the
candidates, oved t tint It was n Hiiffrn
"I HAD BEEN HOPING FISHER
WOULD COME"-(iOVERNOR EREAR
(iolitltol I Itlll IlllUetl flolll III"'
llllo 11 li lid moriiiiiK to be nut b)
Ibe in w thnt Dfb'K.ite Kiiliio t tlKbt
for 11 lolllphte IiiM'sIIkiiIIoII of tlie
(b.vi 1 11.11 bus bull Kill i.'1'HHfiil illi.ltllit
stiutar) I'IhIiii Is miiiiIiik In 'linn
oil the liKllt "
The floMinor said he Is pliiiHid at
thlh in Hon
It Is 11 ury koimI IIiIiik." he Hiild
Ihl" 1 nliiK. 'Hint Mr I'IhIii r Ihi'iiiii-
Itm down I ItiiM' l 'it hopliit; fol 11
lotu; tiuie III it lie until. I do mi hoiiiii r
or Int. 1
PSYCHIC'S WIFE IS
SWELLED
larpc extent that lie Iiiih found an ab
normal liieieaxe In many eat-en
.Mr. Field's report will liii'lmlu,
(hartH an'il drawing which t.o lias
been inn kin from lint llfjureH i;alli
eii'd In MiiloiiH t'lty ami uiii'ity of
IUen Tin- Iti'liiH of Illeie.lKe mo fm
muni lllimr-i iiiih III. in those i;li'll In
low, as In in. hi) r'isi'H llio hulls litinil
lleiu.- of ollke epeli.i.' liai ijiniui to
a moat extent
How Salaries Go Up.
1 tlie in K.ilub"4 of be.oN of ile
p.irliiieui iih will iim lli- nite of mv
Tor I'lllploM'H Iiiih In II (oliKlib table e
ti nt IlKurid In tbe liierenm' In tlie enit
ol tit nod mull!) loM Milui'lit nIiii'i'
Itx bin ptlnn In I'mi'i
In 11 "iilittU'H of tbe beiuW of tuu-
11 K-t I il ib'i'iirlimuls wile IU11I at tbnl
time (lie piMrollH for tbe iimntb of
l)i I'eiiilii r. I!u.ri, In Ibe ui.ijorlt) of
(Continued on Page 7)
I'.i lie ilenionstiallon Ah a inii'ler of
fact It was a hiienni Take )our ev
or) iluv, hal'd beaded IiiihIiiimh mall,
who Ih iihiiiiII) Heeii on I lie Hi reels In
earneHt i onfeieliie with the inoney
powers of Island, dioss liltn up In
HpaiiKles anil kiiiio and make liliu.
walk the si I eels under Kiinnl of a
Hi it i-liiiiklin; Alali Mildler). mid ho
makoH inoio fun for the miillltudo than
a herd of performlm; eleihants
I'tetl II. Ilanion, cashier of I lie llanli
of Hawaii ami Hat old (iUliiid, of tho
'InokeiaKo linn of (iiffaul . lloth,
inade n Hpleiiditll) mall lied team lis
'"the man with ooilh'H of uioiie)," and
"Ibe broker Ihat was Inoko" Kullleo
(Continued on ?ag 2)
Till lll-t I III ltd ol the lll'HH WIIH
wb.il I im 111 tbe p.ipus and I Itavi
not el hid mo lime III wlib Ii toinakii
iii td.iiiH fm ritihlni; him '
tjiiiHlloued furlhi 1 ii" In tin minor
of III It Kll'liatliUI. Hie lioMllior lie
tiled Hie 1 1 putt that ll. Illil hlKIU'il all
11 111I11 1 l riHli;n 1II011 Willi Ii Ih tend) for
Hie l.lll of ellbil Set It till) rtHliir or
tbe I'tenlil. lit
'I do not rinieiuber ei r iIiiIuk hik'Ii
a tlilui:." be h.i I.I. "at btiHt, not while
I hae Im 11 awake I iniKlit hnve doiiii
It hi in) hlup, toil If I ill. I 1 know
iiotblui; about it,
'"I lie rejollldtl lllld Ii) Klllll.i IllllMl
hi aril li.ilhlni! of Innil WiiHhiiiKtou
mid hue not )et km 11 11 nip) Ah a
nuillir of fact, 1 did not ktton' that
It liltd beiu IMllillsli.il In Hie II 111 I e
t In )iHti'i'da) afteinoiin, iih I only ar
llviil tills 11111111I11K
Tnp Suecetsful,
I had a Mrs rood lilp to llllo, it I
(Continued on Page 4)
i$HE SAYSF mm ms FATE
HE "TOLD
AiMK'liiti'd 1'riHH diiatebefl tld nf
lillliion brollKbl the neWK to llmiolulll
that MlH Mllbel It Kivley, II rehldi lit
of Ibli lit) for mime elKtit mouths,
ban loiuinltled Mik'lib III Kim Iran
tlfio 'I he A I1 llihle rendu Hi fol
town:
"HAN ntANt'lSC'O, fal .Mnr 10
.Mrk Mill" I It Keele), rtirlltl) or Ho
liolldll, Iiiih i oulliillted HlMih h) tub
llli; Mil". Sbe leaM'H a li.de le.ldllli;
"'Deiir IM You told me Ibe wii)
Hire koi'h'" I
Mrx. Km ley wan known hire iih tlie
wife of IMnard Unrb tlie nilrlluiil-I
Ik! wbo aihiillMeil xl iihIv I) up
' Cille tbe I'sjihle" I
llolli i:.ule, who In pilvate life' w.ih
known iih Kit by, mid IiIh wife wire
ull Known line. It li rtportnl tint
rllle ui 111 to Ibe ColM il few d.l)K
IIKO
I M ri.
Cult) wiih In iiiw-i heallh din-
lui' In r Htti) beie, and win iiuibrined
il ll trealiliilit a lati;e purl of tlie time i
Slie lift fol Ibe l'u.1 ll lifelllll U);i
lie followril I
'III a fl lend litre K.lllo III llle lite.
Mutt mi ill Hint he h.lil Hlii)nl awake
all 0111 iiliibt to l.ni Ids win- fioui
ti Inu (o llliiit lurHtir out of Hie wlu
ilitw dtiiliiM a Hub Id.il lit
ni toltl uie the wii)" 'Ihat hi ti
ll nei of III I It ttil. Milllibd with lirles
fpirltunllxtii pioitlvtlltH, Is rt'it.irileil
iih ir) vlKiillliunt Ii) Ibote of Mm I
Km ll ) M llllUlliullllllt'H who tltlltll the
slor) toil. 1)
:R8
niM
(HlHvi.il II 11 I lei 1 11 fable )
DES MOINCS, Iowa, March 30.
The miners employed In this State!
will strike tonight. One hundred;
thousand In Pennsylvania quit today. 1
i
IHl-llal II II I lei 111 ('utile ) !
LONDON, Cog., March 30. Southl
Wales miners have voted to resume'
work.
(MihvIiI Mil I le I I 11 fable ) I
BOSTON, Mass., March 30. Mlllermj
employing 100 000 people have decid.,
cd up a 10 per cent, wage advance,
toon,
GOV'T SUITS AGAINST
STEAMSHIP COMPANIES
(Hihi'IiiI Hut lt tin f Hilt- I
NEW YORK, N. Y March 30. The
Government has (lied "tilt In the Ted-i
eral Court for dissolution of many
steamship companies with steamers
jon the Atlantic and Oriental runs,
charging pooling of freights and re
bating.
ROOSEVELT MANAGER TO
CONTEST TAFT MEN
(Hntelnl Until I III fnliliO
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 30.
Senator Dixon, manager of the Roose
velt campaign, says the seats of 112
Taft delegates will be contested.
Brewed in Honolulu
by the Master-Brewer,
Hartwig Harders
Sj
SO
IN NANUS
Judge Hand Takes
Two Hours For
Charge
( Ahhim lllllll I'ltHH ClMl'l
NEW YORK, N. Y Mar. 30. Fed
eral Judge Hand today took two hours
in charging the jury in tbe govern
ment's case against tho alleged sugar
trust. Tlie jury has retired. 1
KiKht im n wile liitlii t .1 1 .t milt
Ix lein.ilii for trill. i'I II S nff
11 dim lor, mill (iitxlm I M- it 'Hid
to btle bit II all IIKt'llI ! Hit to iipato
tin ib ail The nun to -Intel trial an
John I: 1'iiihoiih, tin on 1 1) .Hit tor 11111I
i;t in ml mmiiimI of Hie tnuipam iihIi
lUKloil II TIioiiiiih, wbo Ml. Milled 11
t) I lux erne) er as iro-tdt nt or Hi
. iinip Hi). Art Inn liomitr John MiJO
iliorKe II I'iiiIm. foruurh iitrntorH
and ThoiuiiH I! Iliirnnl ioiiiihi'I for
Adolpll Killlll, pit sldi lit of Hie I't nil
HShnnln SiiKar 1 1 IIiiIiik t'oiiiliaii) The
iliiirce Is vlolalloii of the Hlnrinnii
iiull-lriiHt law Mr Panama Is elht)
two )iarH old
UPHOLDS BALDWIN WILL
DECISION OF COURT
, Anftelitlfl ri.H l-lhlf
8AN FRANCISCO, Mar. 30. The
State Supieme Court has affirmed the
decision of the lower coint in the Anita
Baldwin Turner case involving the will
of "Lucky" Baldwin.
TEXAS DEMOCRATS
DISSAPR0VE PRIMARY
I Ahhih-IiiIi il Pr-HM fable 1
DALLAS, Tex., Mar. 30 The exec
utive committee of tho State Demo
cratic central committee has passed a
resolution disapproving of the presi
dential preference primary plan,
SUGAR
HAN ritANCl.Si'O, fill Mnr '10
IImIh kS mial)Kli, Uh r. I .'.I, pat
II) f.lli l'ieloiiH ipiottilloii, H 7il
BEST BEER
IS HAWAII
01" JIIHY NOW
rv Shi
HHKHEnsk
1b.thomas1
SAFES
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA
SUICIDE
OHIO IS
IN TAFT
CAMP
Ii.mnIiIh It kn ritit
COtUMUUS. O, Mar. 30. The Re.
i publican Stute central commit tee to
tiny tndofieil Prcudent Taft fop ra
, election
ooini.riwN
Hun down b ii polti i do?, which
wiih tunn-cl loieot on liM trull, l.oney
llillilnlnii, the i 'bib mi prlsoni r, who
iuinpeil from tbe ilmiii kuiik while ut
work two day iino, ting tbU nioriilng
rtiUMil T. "TlirnTt ) "lllfiy ' Vihm1TTiI
.Maklkl The prlMiuer was rt turned to
Ills eill In lliltii I'rl-on
111 Ibliilou huh i'iiii!bi In a boilHe In
Maklkl x.illet wbleh he had broken
op. n mitl inliietl Tills tunriiltiK
'rutnl.i otitlt in romps libit by a
polite t'oir Willi to Muklkl In lilve llio
I tifi..l iiiioiiil bin iihii.iI morlliUK ex-
Itite Whll. willklllH llloilK the die;
-i i hliil Hit 1'blleaii anil inade li dafch
Ho llll.lt I lit ll-ll Won. Is folluwitl
tin tin: i Iimi l mid afler plowluit
I In t null Ho IniNlifH hi tbe lllle), Hllv
II liilitoii In u bouse ooils ordered
tit prl . tn r tti tltiow up bis hands,
.mil It. II lute ti mii leiult retl bluiM'lf
w iih. ...I
lit
I llii'b '-Imiiii lliiiii . m rj much
Ipl. ..I .Mtli tin itiiipiiiri of theprlH-
lb
Iimi
. a kitl b nil Iii i;i. t the
, in .ii
If CANDLES IS
CONFIDENT OF
ilDIi REINS
I
Ii Kitmihti t iMitrntlftl i tiiiwnttou,
11 Hi hi t(. i' din time t April U
i. i (Kit i unit liirtntillt, for both
I I M ih.lt ..if) 'o1.MI.-l (' J
M tit. I .'111 wihKK f tlif Duiio-
i u ttiiii u. rt ftTiiHlM l .hi'Tful
tli i. . 1 1 tut. i r tin r i -Hi It of tli!
i'i ut i iiil iioiiiliiiitliiN IuhI nltihl,
41 f I ll UK it llM XrH-HJ tllOHell-
II Mil til it tlillIKH wuit to Ktlll thrill
i .41 t ihiotmli
i i im it- rt oiu Hm mt nf tnwli r'-
, HhI u t not iolli'vtt',1 thU inorn
iiii it ill er In iiil'iuiutt rr, mitl tin com
lit tt hvt ih iHMiiiiialiiiim Ih iiiillubU
(Continued on Pago 7)
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