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I T ALMOST EVERYONE KNOWS THE BULLETIN HAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION -BECAUSE EVERYONE READS THE BULLETIN Evening Bulletin From San Franclicoi Sonoma June 7 For San Franclicoi I.iirllhc .Mongolia JuncU From Vancouver: Makurn i Juno It For Vancouver) Zcalnndlu Juno 18 Do you, realize what it meant to your butlneis to have thoughtful, intelligent, diplomatic, courteous salespeople In your atore, backed up with EVENING BULLETIN advertising? 3:30 EDITION Is Pre-eminently tne 'People's Papei M' ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5257. 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1912. 12 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS. ' BRYAN BOOM IS LAUNCHED JAPAN DECORATES PRINCIPAL SCOTT GOVT. WINS POINT IN MAHUKA TRIAL i Judge Dole Makes Ruling Ex pected To Cut Damages By Thousands Backed By U. S. Supreme Court llic Government won a decided vie lory In tho Malnika silo caso this mom lug when Podernl Judge Dole. In a lengthy ruling, nniioiiiH cil the opinion that the proper! holders nir entitled to damage only for Injury In stuck and llxtures Inuirred In the. removal of lllPHn frmn the lirnar.nl lewntliiei In n new linuie, nnd that no damugo (an ho assessed tho Government for change of location or "goodwill," for loss of time or for tho oxponso Incr red In the removal. Damage for expense of removal will he allowed only In ho far an ll In In cldental to tho Injury In llxtures, ih where a snfo or bookshelves nro dam aged mid tho cxpciiHo incurred In In Hailing them In tho now location Is In creased hy tliclr had loudltlon Whllo this decision, which Is made In acrordnnco with n prior ruling of the Supremo Court, will havo n largo bearing on tne claims of tho Hawaiian Trust Company, Mil , tho defendants In tho suit on which Iho decision Is made, the ruling Is of courso exported to hold for nil tho other cases to iomo and Its greatest effect will ho on '. O llnll R. Sou, whoso present location, nt tho corner of Port and King streets II Is ilalnied has long heen coiiHlileieil a hlghl) valuable asset III the dim puiD's business Iho 12 O. Hall & Sou site Is Included In the Govern incut's condemnation proceedings, thntiyh that particular case has not been called )ot. 'I lie court heard tho argument on this inicst Inn of dnmngos on Tuesday ami tho inso was continued to this morning to allow tho court full tlmo for a careful consideration of the com plicated iiiicstlon. This decision, the Rm eminent be lloes, will prevent the proper!) hold cm from demanding damages running into many thousands of dollars for loss of location nnd loss of tlmo and, "good will" , Iho following witnesses wcio called to tesllf) l)ils morning concerning tho wiluo of the Hawaiian 'I lust Con. paiD's llgires, after width Iho defend ants rested, and IT. S District Alter ! It W. llreckfins prebcnted tho Government's case II P. Ileiidilcks, C II Cooke, Prod HnrrJson, L Al rams and Jack I,ucas. lodge liolo sa)s The Decision. A cpiestlon arose as to llio Intioduc Hon of testimony on tho following points To show damages for depio-, dat Ion of fixtures hy removal, dam-, ages for cost of rcnuiwil of property on the premises, and damages for loss of business and profits In conscipiunco ol removal from tlio premises (Continuid on Pago 4) BLANCHARD pitoM Tin: capi 101; Employes of Hie health depailment nro nnhtlllcd hy Hie iiiiitnppoarumn of Kdvvnrd II lllaneliard, food Inspect or and expert chess playoi, who, they assert, has not been scan at Ills olllco for Hourly a week, 1 At tho tlmo of his disappearance liom the olllco ho was In the midst of milk and cream examinations and had boon threatening to have published a list of tlio dairies of Honolulu, show lug those whoso products have not heen 1111 to the legnl stnmUird. 'This threat was published In Hie. new spa pnrs and lias caused so mo of tho wn ploycs of tho department to fear that lllanehaid has met with foul pla Hut others, who have seen him In tho last few dnys at tho local Y. M. f 1 HI I I 1111 I I TTI IIVII 1 1 r ll 1 III litllirM 111, HI, III II 1 1TP PIIIP Til I rltlllll Mnr III I H ill I Mil III I 11111 1 S.ISS.J ISttJlJ Tho big deal for the Island of Miual w!l hang lire until next fall, but there's a good chain e of Its going through then, according to news that has arrived here from Charles A Stan ton of thu Kalmukl Kami Cnmpauv,, who went to tho mainland to seo about selling the island principality ' Stanton is now In Sail Francisco and In the real estato business Ihero Ilo will stny on tho Censt this summer end expects to go eiiHt in Hie full, put the I.atial deal through and come hack to Honolulu 'I Ije i tiliiiiniitinti of u pretty ro inline e enine this morning when Miss Irene JctTe rs who arrived on tho Pa cini .Mull Mm r ('him was niirrlcil within it Hlnirt linn utter the vessel docked to the ill in she ciiiue across the sea to inoi t Prrd W Crngg, who is coiiniittd with the Itupld Transit coutpiii) The) were in errleel at tho Methodist pirsunigc h) Itev Hubert I! .Smith pislur of the Me tlieidisl Hplseop i c Iiiiii h Miss .leiTeis whs gl.eu mi appropri ate ' farewell parly' l) the passen gers of the Clilnn Hill morning when the vessel reached Hciuiilulii hlin was show e led Willi I lie lv hu friends ulioiiid the secret of her trip hiving been noised uliout An hieipiint hi 10 Unit might hive plaveil liaveii with Hotel mid Port stieet business pmperty started In the chug warehouse of llinmi Smith . Co on lintel slue! at I l tills after 1111011 'I he hlac originated in Hie handling of a buttle of 1111 lion hlsnl phlile hut before Hie lire lighting up paraltis could arrive rroin the Heie-' taiila slattern the hlnc was out 1 he) damage was iioiiliu II I IS MISSED ! C A , deny the report 'I he) say he is merely rcuipciatlng from the arduous lalioi of his lahoiatoiv, ami that no tear need bo felt for his safety. I'ltOM Till: WA'l IIItPUONT IMward 1 lllnni hnril, tho missing food Inspector, was found this morn lug by a representative of tho Hul lo I 1 11 at the utile e of Marketing S11 lerlntoiident H T Starrctt, Ho worn 11 hluo coat, whllo trousers, shoes, lint mid necktie, and was rending a pink leallel containing the latest market reports from l,os Angeles, Cnl. Ho discussed butter, pineapples, earth quakcB, uovvHpnpor r(epoits, and other nibjects vigorously, anil when Inst seem ho was In earnest convcisatlou wllh Superintendent Starrctt. PRINCIPAL SCOTT HONORED BY JAPAN EMPEROR CONFERS FOURTH VETERAN LOCAL EDUCATOR, CREATOR OF JAPANESE NORMAL SCHOOL SYSTEM Prof M M Scott, principal of the Mi Kluley High School, has been dec orated by llinpelor Miitsuhllii of .la pan with the fourth order of the Ills lug Sun The decoration arilvVil b) the steam ci Nile last 'lucsduv and jeslerdny afternoon Acting Consul Ocncral Mori olllciall) pieseiiled It to Mr St oil nt the Consulate (ienernl The ccroino li) tluiugli sliort was Impressive Prof Scott Is now In possession id wn Japanese dec oral lens the llrst one, that of the llflb ordrr, being ton I IIPVIP A aV f ".afAFr'rVf i"1 af II fl l"" MEXICAN ORDERS COME I U ULiUy UAK I lKj ulKl That I ! War Department, while. In tho event of serious trouble In holding a close walih on tho Cuban Mexico local orcnuUiitloua might get kltiintloii is still keeping one eyo on o chimin, hut j1cv 1X0111(1 not uet a Mexico Is further evidenced by pe look In nt Cuban Intervention. ,,...,,,, , ,1 dal dojiartmcnt orders which reached hero today. Theso direct tho bth ln- Much Interest Is shown in local Ar lantr), which returns irom 1110 rnuii- pines 011 Hie July boat, to go Into can toiiment nt the Presidio Instead of proceeding to stations In tho Middle, West, as was originally planned Al-i read) tlio 2nd Cavalry, which passed through Honolulu n fow dnys ago, hns been jllverted from Poits Mend and SnollfiiK to the Texas border, and the Intention seems lo lio to keep ns many troops as possible within slrlk lug cllstauco of Mexico 'I he 9th In Inntiy, which goes on tho Sherman with tlio Mil, Is sent to Ports 'I lionins nml Spelling, however Tho Ken tucl.) post gets the hcadiimrlers ma- chine gun pliilnon and two linttnllons, whllo the other battalion goes to Sliclllng CHANGE IN NAVY N'iiv) olllcers liere Inve Just reeuved lighted with the change The blue ser notlce of a change tu the un'foini Ivln cap Is stlfTrucd to hold Its shape which will affect Hawaii and othe r and will look vers much like the lien treplcal stations to a consult rublo e x-1 tent When It goes Into clfrct thee iiviiage 1 Ivlllnn will have to look twle e In ilNllngiiUIl hi tun n the nav) am) the anil) when eiillee rs of cue ll set v ice ale dressed in white . 'I licro are 11 niitnbe 1 nf inliior 1 hangi e In the iiiiv) uniform 11 Kiilatluus, but . the one- of must Interest to otlleers in using 11 giommet or w hah bono biui II0110I11I11 abolishes the huge shouhli r boo or other 1111111111 tallie miiterlil mink that Is worn with the white I Mieuilder Straps Abolished seivlco uiilfiiiui and substitute's nictnl Shoulder Marks Aliollslii d Corpi Insignia vclilih are pliiiuil onto a small ' 11111I rank will be Indicated on Iho white shoulder loop of the same niaterl ll ns the blouse In the same mauler Hint the lank and corps devices of (lie ma-, riue corps am! arm) are now worn The mil) different u lo (he casual oil , server beiweeii iirmv nnd nav) white! will he that the lattri coat Is furnished Willi brass buttons, while Iho army wears the llv front hluusc Doing awns with the cumber 0111c black shoiihh r minks which now carry tile stilpes of rank 11ml mlor eif corps Is considered a gieat advantage1 by I0111I otlleers Aehniial Cowles ami olliei ollleeis ut lite naval station tills morning expressed themselves us eh - U-Y-M-K-H-A-N-A FOR 4TH OF JULY That tins) I'ourth of July iilebru-i lion cuinuiitti e lias thought up a new stunt a gjmkhana I This Is neither bird, buust nor llslt. nor has. It mi) thing to do with avia tions hangars or polo's chiikkas, Hovv ever, It Is a sirlis of feats In horse manship, a sort of cross between 11 Wild West show nnd 1111 Indian Dur- from thu present uutlpok It will lie one 110I11I11 June 11, accolillng to latest ad bar, and It will probably bo pulled oft of thu most attractive features of the vices Dr Cooper returns 1111 thu Wil li! Kupluluul Park duy" lielmliiu, having San rrniiclscii June 5, I ORDER OF RISING SUN ON toned upon him twentv )enra ago Acting Consul Genual MorJ said this morning Hint the decoration was Rent hefe by tho Milliliter of foreign Affairs b) order of Ills Imperial Jap nuese Majesty, Pmpcror Mutsiihlto. And ns soon ns It reached the local lapanopo Consulate, accompanied b) the Imperial letter of Instruction, Mr Mori Immediately telephoned to tho cli ran educator to come to tho Con bulnte tlenernl Professor Scott was completely surprised at the news of (Continued on Page 4) my circles over 1110 lepori piiniisiieii in tho foast papers of recent dale that tho Senate nnd House committees hud egreeel on a hill Hint would legislate Major General Wood out of his posl Hon as chief of staff of the Ami) Tlio' bill Is drawn to prescribe a certain! length of service with troops as ni line olllcer, before nil) general oltlierj can attain tho post of chief of staff It Is framed so ns to read General Wood ut of Ids present Job While Army olllrert) here nro nnliir ally not commenting on the proposed change. It Is gcucinlly understood that1 the line I111111I or General Alusworth Is behind the hill and that he Is getting buck at (.eneral Wood for Hie recent (Continued on Page 3) UNIFORM BRINGS regu itinn e ips for iiriu) oltleeis E 'I In re are a number of other Initio changes which however, will not ho hi nolle cable in Honolulu ns the change In the while service uniform '1 hey Ille as follows j lllue I'ap 'tin erovvn attd ctunrtrrs to In stllfeiiid so us to hold Its shape. service coil ami mess Jacket by me till el"V Ice s fiinti neel lo 11 strap of the minm u lie rl il as tlio coat, stitched on at the shoulder seam, as on the Marino t'oips blouse Iloal CTent.-To lie long enough lo reach to two Indies below Hie top of the knee nip when worn over epaul- e tie h collar to lie of black velvet of suine width iis now Piock Coit Cut off the buttons at the bottom of the rent tall behind. In from tut off the lop buttons, so Hint the buttons will be e pa led fur rtlx (double briasled) Fhnvv live in eaih (Continjed on Page 2) "There tire plenl) of good riders aroiiinl Honolulu," said J Walter Do)ln tills morning, "and Hie Idea Is to give them a scries of daring, clashing and daredevil feats that will bo spectacular. wiuiiitloiuil startling and sproogedl- nous We will have them tilting with rings at hums whllo galloping full spuel, Jumping, novelty rncis, etc, and WESTVAJROOSEUELT i BOOMS BRYAN (Special nullittln Cable) PARKER3BURG, W Va June 6 Congressman Littlepage of West Vir ginia, in the Democratic State conven tion today launched the boom for Wil- Ham J. Bryan for Democratic nominee irr:r::;:r:z h. !?! ZZ""!! l"LZ"S. 'tho Cicero of tho Welt William Jen- , . . . .. . ... nin Br"anl A villd d"1on.trallon followed. I Ti,. J.1...1.. ,1 1.... u, ;, I I ho-aelenates at large wero instruct- " " ed for Clark. KUHIO ON WAY NOW, IS RUMOR i i i r V '9 vs S V d Thai Uric gate Kuhio litis started from Washington to Honolulu was Hie report Unit surprised those who heard t this morning The report Is given ere dene e In government circles mid Is said to be bitse d 011 the receipt of u private e 11 blcKrnin hi re from tho Dele gate within the last tweut) four hours It was known Hint Kuhlo iiinteiuphited coming to Hawaii soon, hut he was not expected to sturt until later this month Q e CASHES GIVE S beveu thousand dolhiri In four ctajs is Hie record of the 'D ig rH cam palgueis wl o have not even trleel to sell a tug up to dale unit nro still pushing uheinl the preparations for .Satiirda)' tagging fete The volun lary contributions to Hie periuaiii lit ill dovvinent fund of Hu King's Daugh- tirs' Home which were piompteil hv the activities of the Tag Da) promot ers, were inaele li) the Mury Cnstle Trust ami h (leorge P Castle, who lidded K00O )i sKrelii) to the sum turn- Cd ovii lo the philanthropic e Ire le 11 few da) a age by the Mury Castle I Trust I Meanwhile Tug Di) preliminaries are by 110 means lugging 'I he taggers who I will appear 011 the streets Suturdti) .morning with their banks and purple 1 ribbons are being recruited liiiurl) and a sufllilent number has been enlisted to eaiivass iviry oiuirtcr of the clt) thoroitghl) In the few hours allotted them Or Charles 11 Cooper who, as sur gi on general of Hie National Guard of Hawaii, lias been attending the I'ield Kervlin School for Medical Otlleers at Port Leavenworth, will bo back In llci 7000 MING National Body Adopts Rule Tafters Want Hope To Seat President's Men as Delegates (SlHclll 11 U lie I 111 C11I1I1 ) CHICAGO, III, June 6. The con tests over delegations to the convention will probably como before the Republican national committee tomorrow, fifty-three members of the committee voting that the Alabama, California and Arkansas contests be read. The Roosevelt forces will contest all of the Alabama Taft delegation, the majority of the Arkansas delegates, while the Taft forces will probably confine their attack on the California Roosevelt delegation to tho Fourth district. Representatives of the various press associations have been admitted to the committee sessions. (Ansoclutnl I'nsa Cubit ) CHICAGO, III, June 6 The Republican national committee today elect ed Victor Rosewater of Omaha, Njo, With the orejanitatlon cf tho committee today, the Roosevelt forces wm defeated by tho Taft forces In tin first clash. The Roosevelt men demarded that eight requests for a roll-call in voting bo sufficient to bring tho ro'l call, while Taft forces won a victoiy by putting through the plan that twenty licquests for a roll-call be necessary. It is said that the Taft leaders intend to use their committee majority to scat Taft delegates in case of nearly all the contecting delegations. BARROW TRIAL IS STARTLING I Asnrl.iteel fre- cunuie I isiiiii III. 1 li 1 lii CiilP ) I NCW YORK, N Y Juno 6. Tho LOS ANGELAS, Cal , Juno 6 At much heralded money trust Investiga torney Rogers for the defense today Hon was postponed today until next examined Attorney Ford for the pros- fall on account of lack of data, ecution in an attempt to connect the Federal prosecution of the McNamaras 11 wiili the activities of the and Manufacturers' Assocla confession of Bert H Fran row's alleged jury briber. In the pres ence of Attorney Lawler of the prose cution, was admitted as evidence. SUGAR June 6 - 2d pir 8S' KltANt LSI O Cal Heels SS niialvsls II Hi 1 2d It I e I'rcviou-c ciieilatiou 7 I .'el lis SUPERVISORS HOPE TO GET $23,000F0R ARMORY FUND Honolulu s new armor) along tin proprlntliig JJtuon are fulrl) brlslit. plans favored bv Ailjiitnnt (lenural In fuel t f it bee nun s obvious that Ilo Jones of Hie National Guaiil and llrlg ludulii inxpiivers mid clllens iletnand ndler tieneial Maeomli I' h A pin Hie nrniorv unci aie willing tn let somo vhllng foi tvvilvo full (lUiinl comp.i street inipiovemenis hold over for an- Dies, and providing also for a big hall oilier six months the Supervisors will and aiiilltorluin has a fair piobpect of pinbnbl) adopt this eourse provlil becoming n reality, 1 ed the) nro assured the publle feels Ail Hie Supervisors tiro In favor of "'ls ' ""ronglv iil.pioprlatlng the JJJ.OUO additional tu! ' '" npproprl.nloti bill will tako the 'leirlloriul fund of $1i,uu0 i.,1 tluipo in the next two weeks A ro niako up the estlmato for the armor) , l'"rl r"' " ( " '"' CVUI,, VK. along the latest Hues proposnl The "" ' l,,m"- ,"' IU"R ,"' fl''lsot ,.r,...tiii rt,.u.o eiu.ir .... i.,. Hie t omit x ar lie- sic- Hi 111 for tlio i" "!"" ....., .,., .......... une of vvti)s and ini.ius, prim Ipnll.v means 'IeHiiglit members of the lloird will1 meet to discuss tho next beml niiuual appropriation bill 'litis bill is to hi drafted hy Inly 1. the appropriation covering Hie six months thereafter If tho Count) "s oxrheipier enn tako care of the pressing needs of Iho Ciiuiitv for the next six mnntlis and have enough balance left over, thero will be an appropriation of 2J,lHin for the Army and Its construction Is 11 ter lalnty Working on Money Question. Until Hie County fathers have gone Into the necessities of Honolulu and pruned tho proposed expenditures 10 fit tho liKomo. there will lie nothing (It Hullo known ns to the armor) ns proprlatlou. 1 low ever, members of the Hoard fuel that tlio chances of np as its chairman. The voto was secret. MONEY TRUST ' PROBE DELAYED MINNESOTA IS x I rAssne-liite-d r r-it,!x DULUTH, Minn, Juno 6. Tho Dem. ocratic State convention today gave six delegates at large lo Woodrow Wil. con . . I .-A' I 01, 'I . ' , ,.,. w ,.' m- et Hie I 1 I (Continued on Page 2) MEMORIALS Wo have tho Urgeii stock in the city of both Granito and Marble. Orders will havo our prompt tten tion. H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd., Phone 2648 Merchant and Alakef $ I - ' ", ' 1 . Jatt-.JBJ-iiA-ui&uAe'ft'- A' kllVMJC'