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i From San Franclscot t Hleim .rll & For San Franclicoi Tenjn Mum April fi From Vancouver: Zcnhiiidla Apill :i For Vancouveri Miirmim April S3 E y ENING BULL-STIN 3:30 EDITION jftf Publicity Is ThePulse Of Local Trade ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5202. 10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1912. 10 PAGES. Modern newspaper advertising It tlio beii method for a merchant to employ to spread his store news among the largest possible number of buyers, as to quality and price, be it real estate, 'wearing apparel, automobiles, break fast foods or pianos. The EVENING BULLETIN Is a modern newspaper. PRICE 5 CENTS. 1.14 SUGAR BILL IN SENATE TERRITORIAL PROBE NEXT MOVE ? B a rr a cksiTERRiTORY By Local Labor PUBLIC WORKS LAX BY C. S. ALBERT. (Hisi-lal lliilli'tln Cmicsiiniiiience ) WAHIIIMITO.N, l I. .Mlir j: -( Major 11 Trunk I'liciilliiini. mIki will have chin nc of till' permanent build- ' lugs t he ercitid ut Heliuilolil liar- ! racks fur nillltnn purposes, will lint lake up his duties at UK carlj a ilalc , an expected. It wiih Ills original In- j tiiilliin tu IfiiM- lull' for Hawaii Apt 11 f. IIIm departure lam been postponed until April IT. AVuiriilng tn IiIh pres ent plans he will leave nn that ilntc mill go dlieitly through tn lluniiiiilii He should uirlve In that city April 21 It Is tin- liilentliin cif Major (heat ham tn icmiihi In Hawaii for inoie. than two jeuis He will during that pi rind usslduniil expedite work nn tin Schollcld tint racks ImpmvciucnlH Hit has liren delayed In starting for Ills lieu post hcciltuic of mapping nut tl work hero. The ilate nf departure wiih put ahead tell days fnr that rea son. tu illsiitsslng tlie outlook with the llu 1 1 oil H correspondent, Major t'heutham hiiIiI that cvcr thing is now well hi hand HIh plaiiH are being whipped Into shape. It Ih his belief that n large proportion nf the con struction can he performed hy dny la bor, Under Rovernment siiperv IhIoii The remainder must necessarily ho let by tuiitract Assurances luivo heen re ceived that Hawaiian niercliantH will furnish niateilal at reasonable prlceK Majur Chcatliain Ih now. hh hcieto fnre, perfcetlv willliiR to add triinspiir tation ihnrgcs to the prucs asked In the Islands, Imt can not go ahue tliat llgllle tin has heinme con lilted that no exorbitant demands will he made h the local incrcliuiits and Is accord ingly much RiatllUd. Major Cheatham Iuih received letters Infill a larRe number nf contractors In all mctlniiH nf the (Tnltrd Slate", seeking iletullH concerning t In- con Klructlon work at Schollcld llnirack. Tills indicates that .Ihund.ince of com petition u llrVllop for Mllt'll Hpellllc woik (hat must be titrtu d over miller lontrnit. It also IndfcuteH clearly that the major proportion can be luiuiHcil dliectly by the Koeriiinenl on u du labor IiiihIh, Several foremen, expert In vuilous llneH or construction, lian 1 n cn- (Continued on Page 5) Wanlc nf public money through Inclc of olllcletil administration of City mid County nffulrH, nn charged nml explain ed In the report of it two months' In vestigation nindo yesterday hy II. Hooding l'lcld, iiumlclpal oxpert, do initiid a complete overhauling of tho Terrllnrlnl niltii Inlwt rnl Ion. Duplication of work by tlio Terri tory and the City iind County. Iininp erliiR of what hIioiiIi) he exclusively municipal finietlniiH by tlio Territory, mid laxity or methods In the Territo rial Administration, nro ho fliiRraut Hint tlio Territory's ofllles must ho In vent iRaled, ton. Itomarkuhlo public IntcrcHl In tlio handling of public affairs In bchiR stirred up uh the result of Mr. Field's repot I, the rcMtlts of which were, pub llslicd exclusively hy tho II til lot In In Its second edition yesterday after noon, and followed hy the morning pa' per. Mr. Field. whoso standliiR as a fcl low of the Cential Association of Ac countanlB, of Kngland, and a member of the American Cllc Association rIvo his conclusions the wclRhl of expert and tlioroiiRh knowlcdRc, Kind this mornliiK that In tho matter nf ocr liaulliiR the Territorial affairs, the re port will speak for Itself. Facts Speak Loud. "I hlmuM not earn to discuss this, ho said, "hecattso some people may RAPPEDIWiscoosiflllSTOW'S SUBSTITUTE INTRODUCED IN SENATE TOURIST BUYS I BLOCKING DEMOCRAT BILL Works under Superintendent Mmstnti Campbell, and ho declares without res ervation that the work of this depart ment on the Island of Oahu should bo turned over to the City and Count). "No mote strlkltiR eoulllct in au thority between the Tenllory nnd the City and County can he found," ho MO", "than that which at present e Ists between the Territorial Depart ment of Public Works and the local olllces of the City and County Huge neer and Itoad Supervisor. . . . Tho result of this division nf labor and authority works a hardship on tho City and County, as u fair showing for road maintenance cannot ho made hy tho local authorities when the streets arc heltiK continually torn up hy order of tho Territory, without roRaril to the plans of the City and County Kinl neer. How Territory Hurts. "Tho frequent digging up of the streets hy tlio Territory to lay water! pipes, and failure to properly replace! the macadam, works ruin to the rcii era! scheme) for tho city's road Inv provetnent. "With tho control of highways, sewers mid the waterworks under oiioi authoiity, and In tho hands of tho City and County, where It rlRhtly belongs official responsibility for results would then ho definitely placed Iload ami sewer betterments and Favoring Wilson Poll' I i n f'lhli I I JsW smiSwwil L ,1 I Mt. tB HrflH -Senator Bnslow of Kan 's Another tourist has decided to i make Honolulu his home t ,,;! !! ,!:rS" ..;:! .',::!ml: Washington, d. c. adi-h 3 vuia on Heservoir menue of tho -j- sas today introduced in the Senate a subst tutc for the Dem l! fl, t'lnl, ,, llu i ii.ltiilll. tt -J .... ... . t .. II I ! vh.mi, ,, iin.i it, j v.,.,,, ,,, plates ereetltiR u residence on 4 this ten ace when lie leturns to the Islands In the Fall, and he expects to iiinkn his periiinnenl ! Iiomo In the city The price le- ! ported for the property Is $7.oou, i the sale haliiR been made ! through the real estate depart- ment of the Henry Waterhouso ocratic free sugar bill which has passed the House and is now before the Senate Committee on Finance. Senator Bristow's bill abolishes the Dutch standard and on the preferential duty in favor of refined sugar makes a twenty-point reduction. The duty on raw sugar is fixed at 1.14 cents per pound. S Trust Co. Ltd. 'l,f'!, C. S. ALBERT. ; hluk I havo an axe to grind. Tlio the water system are tindor tlio con flicts brought out In what I found In trol of one head tn all prosressUe clt the City and County will 'do the talk, les on the mainland, and should he so itiR, In low of tho fact that the City centered with ua In a local Depart- nnd County functions are delegated by ment of l'uullc Works. This local de tho Territory." partment, furthermore, should hao The urgent need or turnltiR light on under Its supervision tho disposition tho Territorial administration Is and collection of garbage (unless shown In Mr Pleld's report In a mini- turned over to tho Territorial llourd her or cry Important Instances. of Health), management or street Tor ono thing, ho shows tho waste- lighting, nro of schools and control fill work of tho Department or Public (Continued on Pno 4 W' W.OQD&OW'WJL V IS) BrAfrelicWfriJf RILES BOARD A Silent Testimonial of the Work Done by the Honolulu Monument Works, Ltd. K9s CROSS-COUNTRY FLYER KILLED I pncintPt l'rHn Cublf ) WILWAUKEE, Wis., Apr. 3. In the presidential preference primaries. Gov- I ernor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey is maintaining a slight lead over Champ Clark. ' Senator La Follette is sweeping the Republican primaries, carrying every district two to one over Taft. LAFOLLETTE CAMPAIGNING (KthiImI tin 1 1 1. li ii r'anle I WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 3. Sen ator La Follette today loft on his westward campaigning tour. Cat heart Scores Field WASHINGTON. D. C. I Ahh.m I ite,l Press Cuttle) Apr. 3. F ormer Congressman Cole of Ohio to day declared before the Senate finano o committee that tho free sugar bill will ruin the beet sugar growers. Joseph Goeghegan, representing the beet sugar growers, says that the bill will give the sugar trust dlstrlbuton of all the sugar in tho country. COMMERCIAL CLUB MAKING HARD FIGHT FOR TARIFF Memorial Day, May 30, Is a day of sacred memory to the dead, that had its origin in the United States shortly after the Civil War, when the Q. A, R. began the decoration of the graves of Union soldiers. Attention to the graves of the de parted should be given by Memorial Day. We give this attention and erect monuments at a very reasonable charge. KING AND ALAKEA STRECTS The Honolulu llnpld Tianslt has aroused the latent Ire of a milted hunch or City Pnthers and In no lad) like manner has this body, Individual ly and en uinsse. declared ItM'lf anent the niglitrul condition now alleged lo he exlstliiR along lower KIiir street. ChfilliiR at appment delav on the part ol the street rnllwn) company lo obey tlio mandate to a a correspond ing pavement on Us lS-loot stietch along Kine street, tho Supenlsors each look t-nrrhil aim nnd tired at the traction conipanv during the meeting or the llomd last owning. Chairman Dwlghl of Ihe Hoad Com mittee arose to piotist at tbo ralluro or the (ompimv to lav a paetnont no a tlioioughfaie that has Just recehed fatherly attention at tho hands of the niuiilclpalltv "I noticed that tho transit company Is laying a mneadiuii pavement he I u ecu Its rails along that part of Kim: street exclaimed Dwlghl. "I wouiu call on Superintendent of Public Works Campbell to stop such proceed ings," Muria rawired gelling lo the hot torn or the matter mid Invoking legal assistance iIiioiirIi tho City and County Attorney. Deputy Mllverlon, who was present, told (ho niemheri, that alter a consul tatlon held with tho Attorney (ienei- jal's Department ho hail been Informed Hint n nolo or submission had been drafted which Is addressed lo tlio Hu premo Coiut. An answer Is soiiti ex peeled MtClcllau advocated lorclng the iRtreot railway company lo live up to I the conditions under which It obtain .ed Its rianilTlso." He sugRoMed that the matter ho left with the legal end or the Government hut believed thai the City should possess certain powers In the maliilonante nf Its btreets. Others spoko nlong a similar sttaln. The llapld Tianslt has Inquired of the rlt engineer II the City would turnlsh the transit compau) with heavy oil, as It pioposed to use oil on the iniicudain, making a souil-pernia-ueiii paving material. A New Yolk Jury granted a divorce lo llen l.awreneo Slorj. Stnnlej I I'Vrdo, an nttor, wns named" as co-lespondeiit, iHikhI.iI Mil II,' t In Cable.) LONG DEACH, Cal., Apr. 3. Avi ator C. P. Rodgers was today killed by a drop of 200 feet into the water near the shore end of the pier while maneuvering In his biplane. SEES STRIKE END LONDON, Eng., Apr. 3. Albert Stanley, member of the Labor party in the Houte of Commons, declared to day that tho great miners' strike is practically ended. :: tt t: :: tt tt t: :: t: :: t: n t: :: St "I am taking .Mr Calhenrt's tt t: own loport for m authority on S. tt what he has done In his depart- tt St ment. Ills repoii. embodied In It It llie Mnvor's reliorl to the last SS jtt U'Rlslatuie, khowH that foi the It' ! SI two vears elidliiR December ill. tt St linn, the number id cases nre us !.' , j MIT III.. I., .... tf . 1 Mltll-O, l.'l. inn n-pon in inui .. IIW)( U IIIH OWIl plgllUIUIf. I 1IIII IIUl I Htl 4. ...Oil..,,,, nr SS eil upon to Btudy his own llgures tS nilKI, ,mu ii id see wiieilli'l in mil liu hub kii- . ! The Commercial Club, following Its iijbb,il proti l to Washington ugum" tlie passage of the flee sugar bill, has prepared the following written protest ill tlie form or u petition to the Cull ed State Senate: "Honolulu. April 1. 1 : 1 -"Piesldent and Members. !' S. Senate, WiiHliliiKton. n C. Your petltloin r arc residents, vot ers and taxpaycis within the c'lt nml I'oiiuO of llojioliilll, Terrltoi.v ol Ha waii, ami Individually and lollittlvely are v Itallv Interested In the welfare of salil Tirrltoiy 'Your petltlouirs tespectfiill lepre- ii ml tlie inaiiufiiituri of raw sugar tlie chief ludusln of tlie T. rrltory In Aim rh an pnnlme and manufac ture,, p, r annum, directly resulting' from the sugar Industry, and that said ImliiFtrv Is expanding rnpldly "Your petitioners respectfully repre sent that the removal or reduction of the present duty Imposed on certain raw sugars Infportcd Into the main land of the l'nlt'd States would ut once plan- the Hawaiian producers In compitltion with alien capital and la tor mid that sui.li competition would be iiilnoiis to tbo Amtrlcau raw sugar Industr) lion flourishing In Hawaii and milling its share to the business and eomnirrio of the Pnlted Slates W'lieiefore vour petitioners would ciiriicstl pray that Congress refrain fioiu i'li. n ting legislation calculated to lie so extremely harmful to Amerleun having an iiivestiiii lit ol ni.iuv i capital and labor and disturbing and St en theirl correctly. Klther his ro- SS lollars iiuploOng at fair Uiousauds of v.oikiiu u. Siipplving freight- to railway stiam- GREAT WRECK IN SOUTH SEAS PERTH, Aui., Apr. 3. nfty passcn t gcra and oighty members of the crew have been drowned in the wreck of the British steamer Koombana, which was caught by a typhoon. Forty pearl hunters were lost Fialit 8th Hot i n ARIZONA TO VOTE ON SUFFRAGEF0R WOMEN PHOENIX, Am., Apr. 3. The State Assembly today adopted a resolution to submit the question of women's suf frage to the people of Arizona. MILLION-DOLLAR STEAMER FOR PACIFIC COAST CO, SEATTLE. Wash., Apr. 3. The eon tract was let today for the construc tion of a $1,200,000 steamer for the Pa. cific Coast Steamship Company. t DIE IN FLOODS LOUISVILLE, Ky., Apr. 3. Four people are dead and 8000 homeless as the result of the great floods in Mis sissippi. Kentucky, Tennessee- and Missouri. I on In Aiidiiw I- getting iifiald of a .imiiiiI walloping i inning tu him up In tin i lublli pin I r the I'ourth tllsirlit ami H i oiishlei lug vvlllidiaw illg Ills naliii' as a candidate for di'le V,,iti to tie Ti rrtlorlal i ouvelitiou. uc iiilnlllk lo the latest li ports fliilll the l(ul lb p iiitiiiin pri'ilinl simp going mi in tl Igblli Toilav tin news circulated that Ati diews tin - lii'i'ii approaibiii hy leitalu ol bts oui tones and asked to with draw, as tils niinii' Is hinting their light ami tliiv biii. round tho voters haw in, i iiiiflileut e u him Itovvevii Aiuhi'Wh will be working lllllb I the sill fill i I veil if lie does git oil tlie Hi Kit 'fids morning tho Chi allium fai Hon lieanl that Andrews was In bind a little Irkl. intended to pull the I'l'ltllgllese vote iiwuy from tliem I It li wild Hint mi allldavlt has been proband lot Ham Xuwclo, one of the Aiiilnws I .a i aiiillilates. In vvlihh N'uwi'lo ib" laies that he has been (Continued on Page 4) SS noil Is Incoricct or tho llgures tS ... r.-.m,,,,, i SS aro as I stated." Kxpert Field, SS i,ul t,i sana' 11 In answer lo (Illy Attorney Catli- IX cart. IS ss ss ss ti ss st ss ss ss ss ss s: it it ss ss tt ' I lie IMItor, Hv filing llu I let III I I nolhe III Hie morning pupir that I.Mr l'lcld, III his report to the Chamber of Comiiieiie. stales that tlie ell ut torlie of .Memphis, Tennessee, prose- I eiiteil J7h7 iiisvs last eai, of wlikb t! were luurdur eases ami i.aii lliiior i e.iscs, at a cost in salaries of jysOft, nnd rurtlier Hint tlie ellj attorney or 1 Memphis lias no steiiiigrapher or otllro ' clerk Ills folee consisting oul of two deputies mat a detective , .Mr l'lcld. when leiiiiesleil this morn ing hv our department to fiiiulsli tin data on vvhiili the foi egoliig state ments were bnsiil, staled that Ills In formation was iintaliiid in a Ictlir vvhli li be had tiiruid over to Mr rtpahlliig. presldi nt oC the C'bauilier of c'oiiimcice, togi titer with bis repoit. cm calling on Ml Spalding, he stated that Mr I'll Id had turned mil- no such letter or data Hut on examining Hie pin Hon of th" report of Mr. l'lihl In Mr Spalding's possession relative) to the legal department of this clt. I Unci that the stali'iiients eontaliieil In the moiiijiig papir are not cornel, nnd Hint the t oiiipal Ison Mr. l'lcld makes Is with Hie county of Shelbv. Ten iii'ssie. In wbh h the ill) of Memphis lies It should be boriio In iiilnd that no proper comparison can be iiiaile be tween the county of Shi lliy, Tennes see, nnd the clt and county of Ho nolulu, without also Initialing In the loliipallsou Hie legal forie of tlie city j (Continued on Page 3) ships and -alltiiK 1 1" si Is In upwaiils outgoing fl eights and volume of return cargo injurious In tlie Industrial world of tho t'lllleil States And vour petitioners will ever pray. N'crv respec tfullv. (Slgiiedi lTIHIi I. WAl.imOX, t HAS HON, Secretury" NAVY OFFICERS HERE THINK THAT HAWAII HAS FIRST CALL The dispatch of the four annul ed station u M'lu Alaska, It was slated cruisers id the 1'ai lib fleet finm Ho thai a I,1" an I powerrully fortified na nnliilu to the Car I'iihi has given rise val station is about to he established lo much conjecture and speculation nt Ktska Island, the most westward as lo the direct and ultimate object of h.l.inil or Importance In tlio Aleutian tho vovage, both here and on the Pa group Klska Island Is 1000 tnllcB rifle Const. Washington dispatches ol nearer to Imam than lluwall and Is a .March 20 state that lollovvliiK the na'iiral mn ill huso. In tlio ovont of sending nf the fleet to Asiatic vvateis, war with thai nation a hot mid preeiiiitlcinary step ngaliHt It was poliin d out li naval exports surptlsn lu a war with .lapaii growing in Washington tlinl because of Its fo unt id Ihe linhtouli'i In China, has mote ha ail nut Its present utifortl- heen adiulltetl hv oiricIliN of Hie N,i. ih d iiindltlon It would be tho host pos Depaitment slide Htintegv on the part of Japan to AHer atiiioimeliig that Hn'Nav Hi nle Klska Island Immediately u;mn parlment had ahandoneil its nialltn; i In opening or hostilities. WILL BUILD AN OIL PIPE LINE lights ol way necessary to tlio tanks nl all lompaiiies supplying oil The. idM line shall continue in tho control of II mpiinlcH for twenty-live years tint i an icon to the Territory at t,lio end ol ten ears upon payment of (ho ost oi the whole lino. Then tliut cost less oiii-llfieenth reduction for nvory aliei vi.,ir up to tho tvvent-llftli. Tim SUGAR i HAN I'ltAM'ISt'cl, Cal, Apr tl Sugar, ttti degrees test, I tlie l'ie V lolls iUOtlltloll I 10c Meets. 8i analv'Mls. llu tie), pailtj. MJIle I're vlniis limitation, lis 4d I'lcl ure-fi liming. Alts and Hhop, I'otl above Hotel silent. Oafs WAI0HINU FOR TAFT Waloliiiiu Is lor Tuft, accord- lug to a loiter lecelved from a protnlneut Itepiihllriin of tho dis- ' ttlct i today's mall In speak- lilt; of the meeting or Hepuhll- ! cans of the Wiilolilnu iireclnct club he sas, "It was tho sentl- ! ment or Ihe meeting Hint I'resl- 1 dent Tuft should he 1 abominated ami the Biigai larlfl should he malutaliii'd tuavlmum 'ate for oil to he two cents The Hawaiian Klcciin t oiupanv I -l Pitie In bo ordeted lis Soon and the Inter Island "-ileum Navigation lH ,(1 ,,, .,, tl( Higied. Tho Tcrrl- Cnniliiiti) placed before He llnilmi ,(11 , nuike all conuecilon front tho' lohn II. Wilson, contrai'tor. and ono Coinnilhslon in its inening mis iiiiio .ut r the various wharves and to of Hie niemheis or the Htil I'nlona nf "onn the .ondlilotis on which Hiev , i,...,. .ie It gnoil order lloticiliilu. was elected Us delegate to 'l I"1 '' " I'""' "" "l""K th" , the convention or Hie International waleiriotit j 'I be inatiei has heen referred to thn .Longslioiemen's Assoclutlcin, to he '" "ddliloii lo 'he terms oMhe old AM1,.1(,, Cletieral while tho Huporllt- I . . . .. ... ..n,i..,ll,.l llu, II, ,u u (.1 ll.l ll.llll I, I, ill,. ' . held ill Taeoma Ma) more than 1SI voles against .! lor W P Mossman. ,lr who thought he could carrv the uiajorlt) or the votes .. ' . ,. ... iiw.,iiniit llm line is lo be 'l-lni li iiino lie received n I .,.,., ,,f i.i- WnrWn III look Inlo Willi II WDIIIUlK pil'S--lll, III l"" ' " pounds The Territory lo secuie the the nia'ter of the rights-of-way. lllds for material to be used In Scho Held Iluiracks coustriictlon vvotk atei to he opened lu Washington today, Several local llims have submitted pro poHnls, and, accoiillng to advices from the Quartermaster (Jenei ill's utile e. the 0 tost ol rtelglitage will he cnrofull) ciiiisldeied In comparing tliem wllii Hie t t't t f t piiics h) iiiiiiulaiid linns. SAFES H. E. HENDRIOK, Ltd. MERCHANT AND ALAKEA PHONE 2648 ja n hiti ,- ; jOl ... a . .. .m,j.m., .......-s-r. .. ..... i,.v ..i MJ&&M 4i ' r.-i.i,, '.