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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1911
ROOSEVELT'S STRENGTH REVIVES
Friends of Taft Talk of Hughes
As Dark Horse For
TEDDY'S PLAN OF FAKE
CONVENTION IS WILY
Taft Men Denounce It "Simply
As Scheme to Stir UUp
Trouble In Party,
BY C. S. ALBERT.
Hp-cl.il II II II t I h Correpoiidnc)
WASHINGTON', IJ. I'.. May 25.
Wllllum J. Hrynti hns been brought
Inueh nenrer Hie Democratic nnmlnn
tliin lit HiiHIinorpAiet'auHp of the un
expected KtreiiKth developed hy Colonel
Tioosevelt Jinny eohsrrvntlve nnd n
Inrire mimlier nf those who opposed
Mr Hrynn In previous campaigns now
MiKKest that he would prove the lofil
f(hl t'linillilute In the event of the col
ihii'Pb Kelectlon nt OhlcnRO.
It bus become clearly self-evident
Hint .Mr. Hrynn greatly desle the
nomination at llnltlmore. Ills friends
have made several Ineffectuul efforts
to stnrt a demonstration of popular
M'titliiiFnt for him. The only real In
dication favorable to him has been the i
expressions from conservatives that he
mint be named If Colonel Koosevelt
becomes the Itepubllcnn stnndnrd
bearer. This feellnit Is more than off
i" t by the mnjorlty of Irreconcilable
wlio dislike .Mr. Ilrynn and will op
rise his iiomliintton. They believe n
Vfw cnndldate must be selected.
.Aside .from .Mr. Hrynn, the splurge
bcVng made by Colonel Roosevelt hns
benefited Oscar V. Underwood more
tlinn any other Democrat In the presl
ikntial race. Ill many Clark and Wll
soiij"Jelegatlons Mr. Underwood I un
uUOlcdly a good second choice, and
Wulil bo warmly supported In the
I S. ARMY IS TRYING REMARKABLE EXPERIMENT
THAT MAY REVOLUTIONIZE ARMY ORGANIZATION
Provisional Regiment Made
New Lines, Sent Into
AT DUBUQUE, I0W,
Practically Unknown Officer
Responsible for. Latest
BY C. iTALBERT.
(Flrcl.il II ii I let 111 C'orresiwndcnee.)
WAHIIINUTOK, I). C May 29. "In.
Ilmo of 1'enco prepare for War,
While Consress Is squabbling over
hifi literally to follow this old und
much-used maxim in providing for the
nueds of the Army tho unknown Army
olllcor pIodH along dally trying literal'
ly to prepare for war.
.Tlio latest stop, and, considered by
many of tho high olllcials of the Ar
my a most Important one, in wartime
1 reparations Is toward making the
United States Regular Infantry the
peer, mun for man, of any Infantry ar
my of tho world.
Tho organization of a provisional
regiment along entirely new Hues,
equipped with new accoutrements, and
sent Into the Held for nearly three
months for practical demonstration
und experiment, Is this latest step.
Planned by "Unknown."
Ah was snld, the unknown Army of.
fleer plods along and thinks out how
best ho muy Improve the Army. So
It Ih in this case. A comparatively un
known at least (o the gcncrul pub
lic olllcer lias planned this now
slop. Captain Alfred W. lljorustad of
tho 28th United States Infantry and
(loticrul StulTJs the olllcor who had
IlioiiKbt out the dotalls of thlu plan
u plan which Major General Leonard
Wood, Chief of Staff, and the beads of
tho Army War Collcgo thought so
good when presented to them In draft
form that they waxed enthusiastic and
dlieeted Captain lljorustad to work It
out In detail. The plan is this:
Tho organization of a regiment as
thoroughly jis tho organization of a
proficient brigade; tho equipment and
Instruction of this regiment nloug
inj'l extensive lines than over before
't Iplcd In tho Army.
tho Spanish-American War the
iiilry regiment consisted of twelve
companies of men armed with a rifle
und l.ayimet, a small detachment of
hospital corps men, a chaplain und u
doctor mid sometimes a band.
Sluro the Spanish-American War
the United States Army, particularly
tho Infantry arm, the most Important,
bus undergone many changes. The
last change of any consequence was,
brought ubout In 190C, It Increas-
ed tho units nf a rculmcnt nf Infantry1
considerably, Tho new plan Increases
event thnt his selection became n cer
Hughat Mentioned Again.
The polntblnnk statement has been
made here hy friends of President Taft
thnt nil of his strength will be thrown
to Associate Justice Chnrles K. Hughe
if It becomes necessary to bring for
ward a dark horse at Chicago. In this
connection It was stated that the only
obstacle to nn admission from Justice
Hughes that he Is willing to accept
the nomination In n promise made to
Mr. Taft at the time of his appoint
ment to the Supreme Court bench that
he would not be n cnndldate.
With the positive knowledgo thnt
President Taft can not stem the rtoose
velt tide nt the Chicago convention, n
delegation nf prominent Republicans,
within the last few days, called upon
Justice Hughes to ascertain his exact
po-dilon. He told them frankly that
his cnndldacy depends entirely upon
the ulshes nf President Taft.
The plan of the Taft forces as It
exists today Is Hint the moment they
ascertain on the lloor of the convention
that the President will not be able to
obtain the nomination on the (Irst bnl
lot the name of Hughes will bo sprung.
Hughes will Immediately be given a
great ovation, and nn attempt made to
stampede the convention In Ills behalf.
Ho bitter hns the feud become that
It Is no longer n question of nominat
ing Taft, but of defeating Roosevelt.
The Taft forces are convinced that
Hughes will be nble to carry New York
as opposed to Roosevelt. Therefore he
Is the only man upon whom they nre
willing to concentrate as n substltuto
for their own candidate.
William names Jr., the orgnnlzntlon
boss of New York, came over hero
last week" nnd held a conference with
Justice Hughes at his residence. Mr.
Humes discussed all phases of the sit
uation with the Justice, lie sought to
secure some active sign that timely
assistance would be given efforts to
nominate him when the crucial mo
ment arrives. The Justice did not go
far In thnt direction, but did not openly
refuse the overture of being tendered
Up and Equipped Along Entirely
Field tor Three Months.
units' to an even ereater number
ncl gives a regiment of Infantry But-
llcient power to be ablo to parry on
without" aid from artillery or cavalry
qulto an extended campaign.
Plan by Units.
Tho units of the provisional regi
ment organized by Captain DJornstad
and now In course of assembling are
these: 1 Colonel, 1 Lieut. Colonel, 1
Regimental Adjutant, 1 Regimental
Quartermaster, 1 Regimental Commis
sary, 1 Chaplain, 1 Surgeon, 12 Com
panies of Infantry of MO men and 3
olllcors, divided Into three battalions
at the head of which aro Majors. Un
der tho Major of each battalion Is a
llattalion Adjutant, Quartermaster and
Commissary, llattalion Combat Train,
Battalion Sergeant Major, 2 wagoners
for combat train and 2 mounted order
lies. Directly under the Colonel and sep
arate from the rest of the organization
aro 1 train sergeant, 1 trumpeter ser
geant, 2 mounted orderlies (non-com-missioned
olllcers), 6 mounted order
lies (privates), 18 wagoners (for field
train), 2 wagoners (for combat train),
2 horseshoeru, 1 farrier and 1 saddler,
Tho now regiment taken as a whole
is composed of the following units:
Units: Officers. Men.
Reg. headquarters ... r, fi
Machine gun com
pany ', 3 CG
Mounted scouts 1 15
Personnel three hattal-
ions 9 3
Twelve companies ... 3U 1800
Total 30 1800
It will bo seen that tbls regiment la
equipped with a mounted detachment
which, virtually, is a detachment of
cavalry. The work of this mounted
detachment Is scouting, almost ull that
Cavalry Is now tiBed for In any army.
Hy the machine-gun detachment or
company It will bo seen that tho regi
ment Is equipped with Held artillery.
In addition to theso this regiment Is
equipped with a Regimental Sanitary
Detachment und a Heelinental Klnhl
' ltlWtlltlll ll mill l.n tl.n f..,.nln.. n.
..w... ...... , ,,, u mvi lUIICLIUll U,
the former to look after the snnltury
conditions of camp und the latter to
euro for the needs of tho sick and in
jured, In tlmo of wur it would full
upon the lot of the Hospital And Sani
tary detachments to buy the deud. In
tbls cuse both units would bo Increus
This iirnvlxlnnnl reelment in in
course of aBsombllng ut Dubuque, lo-
BRYAN AS A
the nomination without any canvass
on his part.
The plan of the Roosevelt managers
to lyivr "fuko" conventions held In
mnny of the Southern States Iiiih not
alarmed the friends of President Taft.
These meetings have already been held
In Florida, Oeorgla, Virginia nnd some
other States. In each Instance n del
egation Instructed for Colonel Roose
velt was named amid wild enthusiasm.
It Is contended that these delegates
will have absolutely no standing at
Chlcngo and that they will bo promptly
rejected by the Republican national
committee In mnkmg up the temporary
roll. In holding these conventions tho
regulations laid down by the nntlonnl
committee for the selection of dele
gates linve been violated.
To Make Trouble,
.Manager McKlnley and others de
clare that the sole purposo of having
these "fake" conventions Is to mnko
trouble. They nre Intended to stir up
discord nt Chicago.
The selection nf President Taft on
the first ballot Is strenuously claimed
by all of his managers. Without wait
ing to hear from Ohio. Representative
"The President has CC2 delegates to
his credit, or 22 more than nn actual
majority In the national convention.
"Theodore Roosevelt, on the other
band, forced to face a confirmation of
Ills certain defeat, haa 3C6 delegates to
his credit, or 174 dclegutes short of
a majority at Chicago.
"The President's rennmlnntlnn Is
assured. The Republican principles for
which he has waged this contest will
be written Into the national platform
of the Republican party this year
Thesr.Jf facts are already lecognl7.ed
nnd understood by the rank and llle of
the party everywhere, nnd only the
hysterical vnporlngs of Mr. Roosevelt's
cnmpalgn managers, naturally chag
rined at having Inst the battle nnd
striving only to mnke the defent as
honorable as possible, now rend tho
nlr The bandwagon Is going by nnd
they know It, hence their desperate
misstatements of facts,"
wu. It Is to bo comprised of Compa
nies A, I), C, and 1) of the 28th Infan
try, now statjoned at Kort Snelling,
Minn.; Companies K, V and O of tho
4th Infantry, iiow stationed at Kort
Crook, Nebraska; Company II of the
26th Infantry, now stationed ut Kort
Ilrady, Mich.; und Companies I, K, L
and M of the 27th Infantry, now sta
tioned at Kort Sheridan, III. Added
lo these will be 1 Captain, 1 Klrst
Lieutenant, 1 Second Lieutenant, 1
Quartermaster Sergeant, C Sergeants,
16 Corporals, 3 cooks, 2 musicians, 1
artificer, and 120 privates. These
units total f,4 olllcers and 1955 men.
Captain HJoriislud's wholo Idea was
to pluco under the command of one
Colonel and Into one organization
what heretofore has been under sev
eral officers and In as many organlza-
tlons. Such nn organization will do
away with sending a troop of cavalry
with a regiment of Infantry when a
mounted detachment will do Just us
well. It docs away with tho neces
sity of sending a fleldplcco and u do
tuchment of a Held battery, the ma
chine-gun detachment answering tho
Purposes of Plan,
In submitting the plans for tho or
ganization of tho provisional regl
mont Captain UJornstud said that It
was for the purposo of achieving t ho
To determine the correct organlza
t!on of an Infantry regiment and tho
component purts or units.
To determlno what Is necessary kp
equipment, Including arms, kits, trans
portation and tho correct .Infantry
To test certain proposed articles of
equipment which will bo furnished af
ter the Initial equipment.
To (cBt overy provision of tho Infan
try drill regulations- and to recom
mend such changes us tho experiment
To give officers and non-commis
sioned officers Instruction in combat
firing and to procure data and sugges
tions that will be of future value In
prescribing training In Infantry Are.
Tho moro organizing of u regiment
us proposed will not achlovo whut
Captain lljorustad desires, so he has
arranged for a practico march of over
300 miles, ut tho conclusion of which
tho regiment will engage In maneu
vers at tho big Regulur Army-National
Guard mobilization und maneuvers
at Spark, Wis.
Assembling In Iowa.
Tho units of this provisional rcgl
ment uro now assembling at Du
buque, lowu, The regiment will, It Is
expected, be fully organized and ready
for departure on tho long "hike" by
Juno 4, On June 5 tho regiment Is!
scheduled to begin Its march oveilund
to Spurtu. Tills march will take the
soldiers through purts of lowu, Mis
souri, Illinois und Wisconsin, Tho
regiment Is scheduled to nrrlvo at
Spartu on or ubout July 10, Krom
Many Unsuccessful And
Worse Suffering Often Fol
lows. Mrs. Rock's Case
The following letter from Mrs, Orvllle
Hock will how how unwise it is for wo
men to submit to the dangeruof a surgical
operation when often It may be avoided
by taking Lydla E. Pinkhatn'a Vegetable
Compound She wim four weeks In
tho hospital ami came lioitio suf
fering worse, than before.
Hero Is licr own statement.
Paw Paw, Mich. "Two years ago I
Buffered very severely with a displace
ment. I could not
be on my feet for a
long time. My phy
sician treated me for
several months with
out much relief and
at last sent me to
Ann Arbor for an op
eration. I was there
four weeks and came
than before. M y
mother advised me to
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, and I did. Today I am well and
strong and do all my own housework, I
owe my health to Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and advise my
friends who are afflicted with any female
complaint to try It." Mrs. OnviLLE
Rock, R. R. No. C, Paw Paw, Michigan.
If you are ill do not drag along until
an operation is necessary, but at onco
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
For thirty years it has been the stan
dard remedy for women's Ills, and haa
restored the health of thousands of suf
fering women. Why don't you try It 7
July It) to tho middle of August II will
engage in munouvors with the Itegu
lor Army from tho Central Division
nnd the National Uuard troops of the
States of Michigan, Indiana, Illinois,
Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota,
Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska,
South Dakota and' Warning.
These maneuvered will constat ''of
regular camp duty, a mimic battle,
scouting duty and tho study of war.
When the provisional regiment
leaves Dubuquo It will carry with It a
lull supply of quartermaster supplies,
commissary supplies, medical supplies.'
The troops will live on field rations,
everything being cooked on tho
"hike." In other words, tho regiment
will curry with It the samo material
nnd supplies as though It were start
Ing out from K.l Paso or some other
point on the border for an Invasion of
Mexico. Tho only difference will bo
that tho men will he supplied will,
Colonel Getty in Command.
Col. Robert N. (Jetty of tho 27th In
fantry will bo In coitlmund of the regi
ment. Ho will have as his commis
sioned personnel the officers of the lnt
llattalion of the 28th Infantry, 2nd
llattalion or the 41b Infantry and the
3rd llattalion of his own regiment.
The mounted detachment will con
sist of 1 officer and 15 men. Tho 'ma-clilne-KUn
company or thrco platoons,
2 guns to the plat i, 3 officers und
60 men. Tho sanitary detachment will
consist of 3 medical olllcers (1 Major,
1 Captain, nnd 1 Klrst Lieutenant) and
18 cjillstcd men, thieo of whom will be
ambulance drivers. Tho Reglmentul
Hospital wfll consist of 2 wagons, 1
officer and 15 men. this latter officer
will bo u Klrst Lieutenant and Assist
In addition to the band, tho regi
ment will huvo 12 trumpeters equipped
with the new-style trumpet and 12
musicians equipped with drums. Whllo
In cump It will be tho duty of the
trumpeters, who nro attached to the
twelve companies, two to the company,
to do duty with the band. That Is, at
all formations In which tho bund par
ticipates tho trumpeters and drum
mers will participate,
Officers to Observe.
Accompanying tho reglmont on the
murch and during the life In ramp ut
Sparta for observation and Instruction
will bo tho following olllcers, who, ut
tho conclusion of tho experiment,, will
make n report lo the Chler or Staff:
Lt, Col, J, K, Morrison of tho 21st In
fantry, Mnjor H, A. Colman or tho 20th
Infantry, Mujor W. It. Daslell of the
27th Infantry, Major Kdmund Wltten
luyer of the 27th Infantry, Mujor D. II.
Devon of the Oenural SstafT, Capt. A.
W, lljorustad of tho General Staff,
Capt. II. II, Klsko of the 28th Infantry,
Capt. W. .1. Lutz of the 28th tnfuntry.
Members (If the New Haven base
ball team and ubout 100 other passen
gers wero stninded on a unall steam
er between Lighthouse Point mid Hn
vln Unfit for several hours on account
of the low tide Itou boats were fi
nally pressed Into senile.
The Salvation Army owns real es
tate in the I'nltcd Htntes valued at $:,
005,570 and mortKiiKod for $2,191,527.
Of this $1,585,053 Is In New York
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FORMER BULLETIN BOY,
JOE AKANA. ON THE STAGE
Philadelphia, l'a., May 7, 1U12.
Air. W. R, Knirlngtnn,
Kdltnr II u I let In,
Dear Sir: I um taking the plcns
tiro of writitiK lo you, hut before I pro
teed allow mo to Introduce myself. I
um a Hawaiian, horn nt dJstrlcl of I'n
Ininu, city of Honolulu, nnd my iinmo
Is .Ion Aknuii, hut known In the theat
rical profession as (leo. I'ineblrd.
I um Interested in your paper nnd I
always reud them even when I um
thousands of miles away from your of
lice und my home town. I used to sell
tho Uii I lot In paper In my child
hood duys, nnd many a nickel I've
made throuKh the Uiillotln on the
corner or Kort and King. You will no
tlco that I have cut clipping title of
Tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is one of tho best
selling papers In Philadelphia. We
have un evening paper In Philadelphia
Kindly notice the hemline of my
letterhead und you will see that 1 um
tho only Hawaiian author and uctor
In America. There uro lots or Ha
waiian boys In Philadelphia and Now
York and Chicago, but they uro doing
muslcnl act. My permanent address
now Is In Philadelphia. I have u fam
ily, u wife she Is n whlto girl und a
buby boy Increase.
All tho Hawaiian boys that left the
soil of Hawaii are nuiklng an honest
living In America, especially In I'hllu
delphla and New York. This Is some
thing to brag ubout Unit will give the
Islands of llnwall a name.
Of coursu the boys have to work for
their living not like home, where thoy
can lonr as long us thoy'vo got pol In
tho house but In I his country you've
got to huvo money to live. Many of
the boys suffer last winter; they did
not huvo work and wo had u bad win
ter, I've been working with stock com
pany and repertoire company through!
the biggest cities In the oust. Of
coursn necioln tnko mo for nn Imltim!,
that Is tho reason I've been going tin-1
tier the name of i'ineblrd. I
I want to find out If any of my peo-
pie uro still living, or uuy of my reln-j
lives. I hnve been away from homoj
twelve ycurs, and I nm twenty-six
Ib Mr. Corren working In your de
partment yet? Ho was working ihero
ii, .i l l..r t l... i.. i. in. ..,.. -....!
"HKII 1 III,. II IIV ID, lit' llltl'l IUI1
tell, or will you kindly publish It In
your paper. My father's name was
W. I. Aknnu. And will you kindly
mail me u copy If It ain't much trou
ble. I enclose a photograph or myself,
and some of tho Hawaiian hoys that,
worked tor mo In my net; myseir iii
marked X. And I also enclose siimm
nl the circulars of houses I've unrkedi
I am trying to make nrrangoments
to bring my stock company to Hono
lulu. I believe I ran ineke some Ma
mma homo because I am the only Ha
waiian actor presenting Drama and
Comedy Karce. If everything Is well.
I will bo there In a year If I can make
any arrangement with nny or mana
gers of theaters In Honolulu, and I
also pose for moving pictures Tho Ill
Trusting you will answer mo If you
will print tills In tho puper, thanking
you In advance, and wishing the
livening liullutln best wishes
und best of luck.
(Known In theatrical profession)
(True nnmo) JOB AKANA,
A Header of tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
I'. S. Aloha ka alnu hanaii.
Aknna's letterheads carry his photo
and the following: "I'ineblrd und his
tomiiaiiy. I'ineblrd. bom In tin, -In-
of Honolulu also present the Hawaii
an airing Hand that mndo the Para
dise of tho Pnrllln rmnnim lfnfl,,,l
Musical und Singing by tho Hawaiian
string imnd. I lovo my singing, but
Oh You Strlmr llnml! CihIiiiiu, (lrli-l.
iial. I'ineblrd, the famous Indian Ac
tor, is the only Hawaiian Author and
Producer. Presents the real llfn nf
tho Western Ilordcr and a true story
or the Frontier dayH of which the Pub
lic heard and not seen. Snnolnl 1.
pers for I ho ono-uct Playlet. Strong-
em uruwing attraction or tho Cen
Honolulu, June II. 1912.
K.dllor K veiling llnllet in -The
concert of the Knneoho Church
wus held on Juno 1st, 1912, at Kane
oho. Tho people wero very much
pleused ulth It and It was one of the
finest concerts ever heard ut Knneoho.
There wero no Russian dunces. .Mon
golian dunces or llnwalltiu dances by
the Knneoho girls nr other girls from
other schools, ns the Advertiser said
on Sunday morning. There wero
songs sung hy the people of different
districts, nnd one or the best ones who
snug thnt night wns Mr. O. Mitchell.
Ills club's name Is the Knneoho Night
Ingnles, Tho program wns ns follows-l--Song,
"Na Pall Kooluu Nunl"..
Poll I,auea (lieu Club
2- Song, "Wuliiuin Helu o ka Kal-
mm" I'apaulukon (Jlee Club
3 Souk, "Darling, I Am Crowing
Old" Iluuoll Oleo Club
4 Song, "He Inn n Kulolunl" ...
P. N. I-. IJ. (lice Club
5 Song, "My llahy Rose"
Nu Pun fJulu Oleo Club
"Hold Mrs. Whittle
S -Solo Miss Krimi .lones
!i Dialogue. ...Poll l.iiuea (Ilea Club
10 Song, "Nu Kou Mokuinoku Ii".,
HAi. A LITTLE
Hauula Uleo Club
11 -Song, "Alexander's Ragtime
Hand" . Knneoho Nightingales
12 Dialogue Dome Glee Club
Rl Song Hauula (llee Cluli
14 -Song, "Ala Allku" .-
Poll I.uuea (Dec Club
15 Song Pupiiulukou Uleo Club
17 Song, "Hoinelnnl"
Homclanl (llee Club
18 Song, "Hy tho Sea"
Hauula (llee Club ,
111 Dialogue.. Ilnuoll (lieu Club
2(1 Song, "Pun I lei"
Pun I let (llee Club
21 Song, "Kim IM"
Homclanl (llee Club
22 Song Knueohe Nightingales
211 Song. "Ka Wal o Illllanlwal"..
Na I'uti Oula Oleo Club
-4 Sol .Mrs. John Ilell
25Soiig Hauula (llee Club
20 Song, "Kn Wul I.nunmalen" ..
Poll Lniiea Uleo Club
27 Song I. N. I V. Uleo Club
'-8 Solo Mr. Mitchell
2!t Song Home Uleo Club
3d Dialogue ...Knueohe Nightingales
31 Song, "Come Hack"
Hniiula Uleo Cllili '
32 Song, "Tra la la la"
P. N. U. U. Uleo Club
33 Song Haunll Oloo Club
34 Song, "Moonlight Hay"
35 Song, "Just u Flower for Me"..
Hauula Uleo Club
3i1 Song. "Pirn Ponl Mol"
Nn l'ua Uula Uleo Club
.17 Song, "JiiBt One Year Ago" ...
Poll I-nuca Uleo Club
3S Song l'ua Hoi Uleo Club
3D Song, "I.el Rose"
Ilnuula Uleo Club
40 Song , Kaneoho Nightingales
41 Song, "America" ly AH
J. P. MORRIS,
President of Christian Church,
Hereafter married students at tho
I'nlvuislty of Chicago will linve ipiur
ters provided for themselves and
their wives In a big dormitory under
Five students wero burned lo death
when lire destroyed the main building
or the Creek and Seminole Indian Col
lege, nt Doloy, Okla.
A Ntw Horn Cur Tfct Anrn Co Um Wllfc.
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