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www - 'r,v,,ww,s ft "1 Vi v v 'a i.. v i Y From, San Franclscoi I.iirllne May 8 For San Franclscoi Transport May 4 From Vanoouveri Makuru Mny 22 Tor Vancouver! Zealdiulla May 21 ESTABLISHED 1882. No. METHOD ST 6 SHOPS BRAVE MAN SAVES LORD-YOUNG CO. LOSES WORK Secon'dContract Like First Invalid Ily n decision of llin Osiliu Lonn I'iiiiiI Commission lit n meeting licit! oslerdny afternoon a $100,000 con Unct wiih tukon from tlio I-ord-VouiiK laiglneerlng Company and l again thrown open to all bidders. Tlio Supremo Court a few days ago! knocked out tlio lildH on Section No. 1 of tliu Calm hull load, llndliiK faullH In tlio wording of tlio apecldeatlons nud tlio 1 emulations under which tlio con tract was let. The cane got Into court through Contractor J. II. Wilson's at tack on the Commission's action In letting thu contract to tho Urd-Young Company. ?. The Lord-Young Company won tho rontrnct on the second section of tho toad without any content, being tho lint tho Supreme Court lowest hldder, decision on tho llrst Job at cnico,yar(1 0iiKlneer nflloor. naval coiiRlruct-i brought tho validity of tlio Coiuinls-'nr, public works olllccr, and General bIoiib uctlon on tho seconu jou into ttorekeeper. At present tliero Is no ipiestlon. engineer olllccr or naval constructor Potion Ing tho decision of tho Court. I detailed to the local station, tlio cap tho Loan Kuntl Commission met yes-jtnln of Iho )ard lllllng both thei.0 of torday attoruoon and decided nfter dees. Huuover, within a fow montlis full discussion that tho second contract It will be necessary. In hnvo uu en was Invalid, Unit thu hid cannot hold, glueer ottlccr on tho ground to super nud tliut tho work niust bo leaiher-i vise thu Installation of imichluciy In Used. thu vailous shops. Tho Industrial "In vlow of the decision of tho Su- buildings will ho complolcd In a fow inemo Court, tho Commission hn dt-1 months, und us It will tuko nraily a elded that tlio contract for tlio second year to get machinery hero and set It ituciiuii u u iioaiiu, " ii:iuiiiW uiw .hi "'".,. . ' .. . uu" . the inlcipiclutlim of the law us la I. I'etrlo this iiiornlng. possible. Admiral Cowlou will set tl.o. , , , , lIt.U(llim of s , Tho same Haws lu tho sneclIlcatloliK wires u motion to act nu eucneer of- .. .... . . .. . .. ., 1 I.. I.. ....11.1 !.! On...nI..H.r .... .1 . ...Ill l. ......... n.. pointed out hy tho, Supromo Court In, (leer detailed hero In tlio near rtitiiru.lS ," ' '""'T' "' l. ""," ! , l. 11 .I.n II !. oT.,oelo,l Wnllld I 'Almllwr n.MIIInn In ll. Ir,,.nl .Hit K"' ' ' J esterdul , Is 11 IIIUlll- hu also held to Invalidate tho second , before long may ho u personal aldo to cniiti net. the commandant. Al present the cap- Accordingly, Iho work 13 to ho read-jtaln of tho jaid and tho llglithousu In vertlhcd at once, and bids for Iho bec-ispcctor act in this capuclty, but Ad- ll.U ...uv ........u, .v .u ......... .., ....... ..... ....... ...... ... .... ........ ...hi. I mid section will bo called for on lioonhnlral Cowles, as ono of tho "senior Mny 18, ut tho samo hour tin tho first section, re-udvertised, Is uUn to toceivo lenders. .nl'ly bo ordered hero before long, The Lord-Young Company's llguro lor tho work wns $!8,r,uu. Secrotnryl QIIR AR 501 fl AT A 1 1 l.i.tnli. n.1,1 ItitlJ ..Kit... 1.11. Ill.lt 11, J, I1..!,,.! I l-lliu null nun niuiitiiib ii,. ..." v..... - mlsslou did not throw out the bids for Homo loolc-hnullni: on this Job bectuiBo the hauling Is lu a separate contract not alTected by tho court ruling. Tlio result Is something of u knock out lo tho crnnpany which was low bid der. Tho conipnny Iioh already begun In uRsemblo Its plant In antidilution of an early beginning on tho work. Tho Commission yesterday afternoon also took up the question of addition ,ul public Improv omenta authorized by tho last Legislature In tho samo act as that which piovldcd for tho belt roads. The School street extension, with an appropriation of $10,1)00, tho Wnlalun water works, Jlu.uuu, und tho l.iuilna- lol-knl plpo line, lu tho Wnlanao ,s.pasaernian. sirlously Injured his wire trict, nru lo bo tukon up, nud the epics- with a bullet and then ended his own lion of getting funds available! fromHfe nt the homo of his wife's parents tlpo bond sales will bo gone Into. In Philadelphia. CONTRACTOR CARRY ROAD FIGHT ON That tlio light of Conliactor John ., ti.,i.. i,..i, 1...11 II. DIIBUll nil t"u ""'" " " load contract has not ended with tho Suptemo court iiec-iHiein.il 1113 luvor, knocking out all bids, wus tho minor jesterduy uftoinoon, and this illum ing was practically conllimed by L. L. McCniidloss, who was WIIboh'b sil ent but effective partner In tho belt loud bidding. AVHbon has gono to tho mainland and tho now bids uro to bo opened'on! May 18. Meanwtillo tnero is iiuk iiuu following tho Supremo (Joint decision,' legal action will Lo taken by Wilson to get whut ho jfyjildeis Justlcn ror . being declared un Iriespoiiblblo bid - i-tt mmmmmrMmtkJimamr - wwwr& 3:30 EDITION 5228. L Word lini been lecclvod licio that plans for tho ofllccrs' quarters at tho W l'carl Harbor nnval station nro now.tommlttio meeting, lie read the II ul- bolng prepared In Washington, and that the will bo forwarded to llouolii - Iii'shortly. This will be the next htg Job that local contractors will hnvo n (bunco to llgurp on In connection with tho Gov eminent work at tho harbor. Ulllcers' row will consist of a dwell ing for tho commandant and live other houses for olllceru on tho tnaiiltu sldo of tho reservation, and Iwo liounos for) It has been widely felt that thu mat- tlio surgeons near what Is known ntfiter of Indulging in these worldly pas- t tho "hospital site." An appropriation oi aiiii.nuii nas neen npproiiriaieu joiiioifcitnce, nun not inane n. iiuemion i lit ran uml ino-noirn nasree tho (piarters other than tho Kurgcons',of lildclt-niid-wllltu regulation. ' omuunded the change does not neces- whlch are looked after from thu hospi- tal appropriation. Commissioned ollleers who will bo PvI1mI -Hh n..a.r. bo-WoH the, nlno" of I'.ng ollleers. Is entitled to ;i personal staff olllccr and ono will prob- FOR MAY DELIVERY "lijw sugar mid today lu New Yoik for May delivery at 4.11." This cablegram, received to day ly .Mr St. Oo-ir of lid J'ol III?. A.- Co,, Indicates the trend of the raw sugur market for the Jeiualniler uf the scusou. vi $ "S s 5 e ?? s Meier lllalik, l".i yeais old, shot ami killed his uiothtr-ln-hiw, Mrs. IMIicr WILSON MAY der by tho Oahu Loan Pund Coiuinls - slon. Mlou l.Vnn..,u I.nu-rnnpn. cnnnrnl 1 uu cuiiiiiici. Biiutllil lliivu liee-ll ll winded to' Wilson, when the Supiemo court luMd In liln favor," said Mc Camllcss this morning when ques tioned about developments. Hu was iibkfd If further action wiih contem plated now und suld:' "We'll see. 1 think very likely sonielhlng will bo nlono Immediately." Ho was then on his way to an attorney's olllco. Although Wilson will not be hero wniin me new nius for me work aro opened, It may he consldoied curtain 1 tliut ho will bo lopiesented In tlio bidding. McCnuilless said us much ' this morning;. ,. '-Wirf'wl.r' ''" "'" &&$$& ..... JjjJf Evening Bulletin 16 PAGES. HONOLULU, SAY DON'T BAR DANCING, ETC. Hrl.it llllllelln Cable.) MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., May 3. The board of bishops at the Interna- 'tional Conference of Methodists has recommended that the conference lift the ban on dancing, cards, horse-raci ltev. Hubert I! Smith, pastor of the Air tliutlint churcli,,wiih given the above news by the It u 1 1 e 1 1 u thix after noon lie nays tliut while ut Hint m iKlit thu news Kicum startling, It does lint menu that the .Methodist Imurd of bishops Iiiih come out in uppiowil of Indulging In dancing, tarda, tie The II ll 1 1 e t I ll icpicsentutlvc fulllld Itev Mr Hmllli at the Y. M f A. biiildliiK uttendlug u cliureh ft deration lei In message nud cxplalntd It and commented on It quite freely. "The cablegram ineiins that the board of bishops has rtiouiiiu-iide-cl that n luragiapli In our churi.li law be tlioppcd," said the Methodist pastor. '"ibat paragraph Is In the church 'Discipline' and has been tho subject of discussion for u numbtr of J ears, time should be kit to tho Individual "The International conference Is held every four years. It opecned uu May 1. and Is tho only legislative body lu -,-, -. GENERAL OUSTING HOMESTEADERS Whether the remaining lift) -seven hoiiHHluuts In Hawaii luusl tie rellu ipilslud or the claimants be permitted lu rc-lulu posM-ssiou mid (tuallfy under I no discussed question today lu revtislug Circuit Judge l'arsons of llll", on every lmpoiiunt point In this ease, us llrst aniiounc'id jeatelduy afternoon liy thu llul lot In lu the second idltluu, tho Supiemo Cuurt has prill Ilea Ily made ilellultu rules for free holders regarding residence aud culti vation of their laud. As lo whethtr the lllly-seven other liouiesteudi rs lion Jioldilig laud under the same ait, uml who have been practically placed i In the same class with Aituur C Ilen '' tlersun. claimant In the cum decided '" , ) eslenlnj , will bo compelled lt with '''idlaw, opinions appear to differ dimmer I 'rear today said Hint euth Individual cafco pi ninthly would have to be examined und the claimant's right to title established under the new ruling, I In wus unable to say vvheth- '" er the claimants would be given time 'jto "prove up" by beginning work on 9 their land now In rnniplliinco with the present luteipretutlon of the statute TWO THOUSAND CHILDREN IN MAYDAY CARNIVIAL Under tho shady trees of Thomas Square two thousand pupils of tho Ho nolulu kindergarten schools and lower grados, most gorgeously attired In hoi . itlay cnHtumes, and bedecked with real und artificial (lowers, congregated this 'i'inrnltig for their uNorclsea on tho IMny-Dny holldny. di ' .-... t...... .. ....., n....u.... rector of tho pageant, expressed her great plousuro at tho success of tho affair after It wns over. "I am Jnoro than pleased with tho success," said Miss Lawrene-o, "for It Is 11 gre-at success, and in com parison with former occasions I am cortuln that this years celebration is for lienor man uny 01 1110 previous ones." i.ven inoso wuo nispecieu ciosoiy tho kindergarten children ns they pass cd tho band stand preparatory to uancliiE lf tho music wero tinanio tii'intu, 111 cimigu 111 miss ai, ruuor, 111 decldo which schools won tho greatest (Continued on Page 2) tcr?" TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912. 16 WOULD LIFT ng and theaters. the iliuich After the preliminary part uf the conference ln illnistl of, tile uddrcss of n bishop Is always the opening ftutuie. Tills address con tains u number of recommendations which Have been paused upon by tlio board of bishops. Discussion uvercer talu features and proposed changes w lit be held, mid those ihangcs or eeoin- iiicndutluii which are faoreil by the majorltv of the hoard me ruftrred to hi tho lilMiop's address. "In this ease It would uppear that the board of bishops has di elded by it majority Mite to recommend tint the paragraph In the Discipline' be ilroVpcd. This paragraph l-t aimed to iliscnuiiigc participation hi tin worldly pltasoies inenlloued, i le. four Jturs ago the proportion of dropiJng this paragraph was up and was defeated liy n narrow innrgin. The feeling lias bten that the Individual tonscieuee nmy be rrllul upon to settle tlu-sn matters:. - jij surllj mean that It will be carried out It has still to pass the general confer ence." 1 am pleased with the Supieinu Couit's dectslon. Mild the dimmer, nut so much OeeaiiKe it wins the pies tut suit tor us, but because of Its beiiriug uu ttie guiei.it homestead pol icy, eiuhllllg Us to ilelellllllie ll.lt our line of action shall be lu future. "It will woik, 1 btlieve, for the gen tral welfale of the Ti llJlm J, ami leaves no doubt in the minds of piutpcctlve hoinesteuilc'rs as lo thu requirements tlemandid of llieui before they can get title lo llielr lauds There Is none too jnutli liuuisle.ul bind uvalluble In the Islands, aud there ale plenty of hid vlduals leady and willing lo tal.e nil of It, building bona lido homes und culllwilliig It for their nun btiielit, and nil such should have mi opportu nity In take, land." "There Is no doubt as to the mean ing of the .Supreme Court's decision," said Attorney lieiieral Lindsay. "Tho admlulstiiitlon has no personal feeling lu the mutter I suppose the llovernor nud tlio land eeimuilssioiur will now urge the other claimants to go ahead and qualify properly. Instead of pro e ceiling to oust them Immediately " The Henderson ease Is the llrst of two test cases prepared on this sub ject The other has betn withheld by (Continuid on Page 4) prase, applauso and admiration of tho congregation. Tho castle Kindergar ten children, In chargo of Miss Hrinlno Cross, inado a splciulfd appcaranco as thoy maiched around tho Square They were in costumes of Indians, cowboys, bicyclists, soldiers aud many other characters. Tho hoys wearing military uniforms carried wooden swords by their sides us they, marched proudly, ruo utile gins, 01 many uir lerent nationalities, wcro most ox. nulsltelv dressed 111 costumes room.' seittttlvo of the co intrles Ami thoy rermlni; tn'uio'aSratl.m'or "ho spectators. Asalstlng Miss Cross lu her regiment wcro Miss r Spalding, nor regiment wcro miss p. npaiuing, ii' rniu, ius auuiub, u eig"r - Mil, Miss Stover, Miss Coiuens, Miss -.men uu m. umru ormuius. - -ounnower rvaKaaso. mo Aiuunui isinunignrion or iana Publicity Is The Life Of LIFE DRIVER PROVES A HERO .1. Hughes, former Itapld Transit niotormnn ami now u driver on n Stundnrii Oil tank-wagon, in ado him self a hero this afternoon nt 1 .35 o'clock when ho leaped 111 front of a moving street-car and saved tho llfo of n baby Japanese girl. Hughes was driving his wagon on, Ileretanla near Alapal street. In front of the Nonpareil lodglng-housu a rale Idly-movliiK street-car came caslhouiid,' nud a little Japanese girl ran out to the track and stood there unaware of, her danger. IIiiKheH Jumped from his wagon Idasheil lu front of the cur when It wnsi less than fifteen feet from hltn, and fliiatclied np the child. Molormnn A. K. Harris dropped IiIh feiuler and jammed on the air-brakes, aud by cool and quick work slowed np tho cnr. al- lowing Hughes time to get oIT tho trnck. llul It was n close call. l'assengers say the bravo act wus n remarkably olllclcnl ono as well. !! JUNE DELIVERY 4.17. The Walcrhouse Trust Coin pany this afternoon received the following tablegram. "Haw sugar Mild In -x .Nuv"!'j- York 11 17 Jinn- dellveiy" The Sun Francisco uiurket Is repnrt ttl strong with upward ten dency, 5- $ . ... ? fj . Ol. f $ s. CITY Al COUNTY TO BUBBLE i City nud County politics urn begin I nlng lo bubble now that tho Territorial Convention to linmo National delegate:! Ms over and Iho politicians huvo rought It through again half a ilozon times until they aro tired of review- ing past battli-s. Now comes the tlnio when thoso wlio would woo tho tickle goddess of political fortune as candidates for Major, Sheriff, Treasurer, Clerk, Su pervisor and so forth, begin to get busy. ' Humor Is busy wllh "Hill" Harris for i Slit'tirr. W .W or Wily William ns , lliey hnvo called him since tho Terri torial convention. Is understood to t have his weather cju on the Sheriff's Job, and this Is tho reason ascribed , tar lilu hurst of speed Just beforn thu ' convention and for tho nctlvo part he hus taken nil through tho Taft League- Kilhlo cumpalgn. Harris will ho look- ing for tho Itepuhllcan nomination ul- 'most beyond doubt. Somo of tho local , wise ones doubt his ability (o boat Jarrctt In tho election, and It Is not certain that he can land the nomlna- Hon. Tliero may bo a dearth of can- 'dldales for tho position. There hns been talk of Supervisor Murray run I . mug for Sheriff, but It Is undorstooi ' I .....I.....I.., !. ..--., ...... .1.1 till hl'l"! UIIIIIUllCj lllUt DlllllU; UUIU rather havo another torm as Superv sor, ' Supervisor Talk, Already tho flock of Supervisorial candidates' Is beginning to show up on (Continued on Page 8) PASTORS MEET Church fedc'rallou 011 a broad foun- ,ntou In Honolulu is practically as sured. I'rnmltintit Invninn fif Din vnrlmlH - 1 ni..-.t , .. CI . , 1 1,,,";,'H","B .'" "i" ,""v, X',' 0' "'"(l "c'a" and a'metl Igtas lll'ouiLi fai "Will ees wln rcort uml atl ou,illcd pan of or - vim rc,,ort un,i Un outlined plan ,panizatou ho presentod In concrete fmm Among tho pastorB who wero n( ti,0 meeting today wcro Hov. Hob, 'ert j. g,T,K, 0( ttio Methodist Church - l)r Scudder and Hov. A. A. Lbersolo of Central Union, lllshop ncstarlck ' and Hov. Leopold Kroll. Local Trade PAGES. OF HIGH EXPENSES NG j i ,, , , , , n,r," "I'l""'"" e-.i.Ia, Inspected ""' l'mp"tll ..ml Damon piop.rlj on xh" eutnwet or LWu-inakul corner ' 1I,,U'1 ""ll -rt t"els. lnohtil In "' propo-td widening t the street, uml us result of the Inspection, city Kiiglmi-r liltel.oue sus he doubts If the imprint incut tun be carried hrough lor the $30,tOO available. The work of the appraisers yvsti r day was coiillned to an estimate fur reconstruction of the buildings to con form to tho propoMd new property line. This,. It Is understood, -will be about S1I.U00. and thu renort will bo iSiuTiiili f d" hi Ily. The cit 4 fathers have been also " brought face to fate with the propo !' sltlon that the laud necessary for the ?J widening of I Intel street at the- liua-c-tlou vxlth l-'ort strt-ct will cost con- sldt ruble mure money than had It been acquired several months ugu. In u letter received from Cecil Ilrown, representing the Campbell Ins tate, the board of supervisors Is notl lled that owing to an Increase In the tax levy for the coining year, the prlco of the I Mf. squnre feet e.itt tiding from the Campbell lottatc mid nettled for tho proposed strett widening bus Increnseil In value to the tune of GM0, which sum tlio board has been asked to add to the original intimates. A former oTtr has been withdrawn, according to Intimation coining from Mr. Hi own The claim Is made that the Terrl torlul ancestor hns raised the lax rate 0n tho property lu question In 10.3i1 ,T (.quart, fot, and to carry out the determination lo accept a price for the ,,, nt tnxP(, VIlllmtnn ,rlngs the ll(.rense , nl)tHtnnt lat llgnre. , . 'JJnt elnl null jtln C.iMe) CHICAGO, III, May 3. Small edi. 'l0n of. th"d,Jly p,Peri' w,'lch h."" b"n cr'PP'd riKe, "mong the P"""- were distributed today with Police ouardina the wagons and the Pr,"ro.om'-. Thero ' evory Prospect of a big fight. FLOODS HAVE (Special llul lei In Cable V NEW ORLEANS, La, May 3 Tho levee guarding North M organza has broken and it is believed that eight are drowned. COAL MINE STRIKE MAY BE SETTLED (Heelal llul let In Cable) NEW YORK, N, Y, May 3. A con- ference between the coal operators and .. In striking miners has been arranged to take place at Wilkesbarre, Pa -. -P;.""- ,"' -T "'"j1"" Pr"tiCa"y "U'ed .1"1""' - It Is d the their SUGAR HAN ITtANl'IBCO. Cul., May 3. Sugar: Uu degrees lest, 'i Ole, lru vloiis iiuo'tutlun, 3.9bc. THE MARSHAL SAYS MUSI INTFRVEN The EVENING DULLCTIN it wel. corned In a steadily Increasing number of homes In every section of the city. The qualities that make a paper a HOME paper predominate In the EVENING DULLCTIN. PRICE 5 CENTS. CHILD Commission On Peace Is Named f.VHMKtaod Press llilc. GALVESTON, Tex., May 3. In a startling statement given out here af ter his roturn from the Mexican bor der, Federal Marshal Drewcter declares that intervention is the only hope of straightening out the Mexican revo lutionary chaos and protecting Ameri can and other interests. CONGRESS TO DEAL WITH THE REBELS DIRECTLY I AKitoclati-d Prtms r-nb!-. WASHINGTON, D. C, May 3 Con gross today appointed a peace com mission to deal directly with the Mex ican rebels in the hope .of bringing about peace. The Dritlsh gunboat Algerlne Is bound for the west coast of Mexico to look for refugees. SHIP-CANAL ROW MEN OUT HMfM.lHt. 1 11 -.1 -Ml' I WASHINGTON, D. C, May 3. The "independent" steamship company rep reientaives are waging bitter oppotl. tion, before the Senate committee on inter-oceanic csnals, lo prevent railroad-owned ships from being allowed to pass through the Panama Canal. WOULD MAKE GOVT. MEN MIND GOVT. BUSINESS XwitsTiHiti rr- vaM i WASHINGTON, D. C, May 3 Representative Cordell Hull of Ten- -nessce today introduced a bill to pre vent government employes from par ticipating in presidential campaigns. OPPOSES COMPENSATION BILL FOR WORKMEN 'AswicIbiiI Prin Cable.) WASHINGTON, D. C, May 3. Sen. ator Reed of Missouri today opposed the workmen's compensation bill in the Senate debate. William 1' Hiirltyi former chairman of the Democratic national committee nud nine powerful In national Demo cratic eoiiiieils, died ut his home In OvirlironK, a suburb of 1'hlladelphlii, V. Multigraph H.'E. HENORICK, LTD. " ' "t Merchant and Alakea Phone 2648 BAN rM1 -i-zza IT la V mm " .. p i -22,'SS;' J V i"-)?fck 'fia&t, ' '"'SiXH v' At! 1 hBssi k 'Vfftfl hnrMrti kwi - 'rdWZ' . K 1 ' mmmMmimismimmt: 'Wmmwm :4&- ii rtvr'iviOif -j