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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1912. P .,"
. i lit HOTEL STEWART SAN FRANCISCO Geary Street, above Union Square European Plan $1.60 a day up American Plan $3.00 a day up New iteel and brick structure. Every comfort and convenience. A high class hotel at very moderate rates. In the center of theatre and retail district. On car lines trans ferring to all parts M city. Electric omnibus meets all trains and steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized as Hawaiian Island Headquarters. Cable Address "Trawets" ADC code. JJI. Love.IIonolulu representative. Hotel Potter, Santa Barbara HOTEL TORPIN SAN FRANCISCO "S." Reinforced Concrete Building. TU Rooms. 21 first dill tiling houm within I block. Rilu II. 11.80 lo $4.00 per dor. F.LA.W.Turpln,Prope.Mar. TJTe Colonial tins, the patronage of the people who know what n good hotel Khoulil ho from point of t-ulslno und ser vice. MISS JOHNSON, Emma St., Abova Vineyard TRY A SIX-FIFTY WEEK-END TRIP TO HALE1WA GREAT DATHING Pleasanton Hotel QUIET and REFINED Largo cool outildo rooms, private ileeping verandas, phones in all rooms, artesian plunge, night and day tonnts, free garage. Four acres of BEAUTIFUL TROP ICAL GARDEN. SPECIAL RATES DY THE MONTH Home Was Never Like This HOTEL WAIMEA WAIMEA, KAUAI Newly Renovated Best Hotel on Kauai Tourist Trade Solicited GOOD MEALS Rates Reasonabto C. W. 8PITZ - Proprietor THE SPA Walklkl Beach Retort FURNISHED COTTAGE8..J1.50 Day FURNISHED ROOMS.. 75e, $12 Month PETER GIBB, Proprietor Now Open Phone 2836 ME FOR A 8WIM AT THE WAIK1KI INN NEXT 8UNDAY Bays the Wise Bather Woven Wire Mattresses at BAILEY'S King and Alakea 8treets Honolulu KOA FURNITURE OAHU FURNITURE CO. King Street, opposite Young Hotel P. O. Box 840 Phono 3092 L. CHONG & CO., . FURNITURE Mattress Upholstering and Furniture Repairing 22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU Wing Chong Co. KINO ST., XKAIl BETHEL Dealers In Furniture, Mattresses, rlc, rlc. All kinds of KOA nud MIS SION FUIt.NITUHE made to order. HOTEL ST. FRANCIS SAN FRANCISCO AUTO BU8 AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALL 8TEAMER8 K Mill fit rtir-rlll I Jt IMIIi'l-SL fSrlEUfeS m PERFECTION OF SERVICE MEANS EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAME8 WOODS m oi Sunn jxou 'is IM JW0J:8I 'ri8l noi,i djco ii M dn opjs fiU SI Union-Pacific Transfer Co. Limited oi Aq pOpuci si ojniiuani jiioA tioiM -niq ujojctloj sj pc s:ti Veal From Maui Killed on the Raymond Ranch, brought to Honolulu Fridays In the ranch company's power boat Makena. An unusual delicacy for Honolulu. We have also PORK, POULTRY, FISH and DELICATESSEN the best in the world. METROPOLITAN HEILBRON &. LOUIS, Proprietors House InitallMiont or repair wo tory manner. All Work Latest designs in Fixtures, The Hawaiian Iron Bed Sale Samples and Damaged Beds about Given Away. See our windows. COYNE FURNITURE CO., Young Bid. PT.H'fcs - r ECONOMY TO THE GUEST. MEAT MARKET, TELEPHONE 3445 Wiring rk promptly done In a latUfac Guaranteed Domes and Reading Lamps. Electric Co., Ltd. . - Mi.TTaT kl I . II manager, sulci -Inst nlghl, "I'm liol III III VlJIf IAI Tll 1 IBM fl l I mt worn-Inn. Wo have 'cm licked to a III K lK Fl .Ittl . I II Jl M I Hill M lilMWx ""nc'i'-cinrci ti.nt th. -Mory of tho When buying 1 lllllllll llllllll next few day will he n totally illf- ,.,, . ,,, ,-UAn uauaiian I lotion 1 1 sT WR1 e W forrnt tine." nn.l In analysing the vote KOOIlng SpeCUy , , "'"- '"""""" " m I - wild Hint 22 delegate Hint voted for ... '9 END OF FIRST DAY GIVES TAFT APPARENT LEAD Rooscvelt Forces Declare They Will Win Advantage Today. (Knrly Morning t'nlilo Report.) CIIICAilO, III., June 19. Tho llrst itny of the 1912 Itcpubllctin convention In thl illy Iiiim slipped Into history. Nothing positive mum determined upon liy tho thoiiHiilul delegates assembled from nil over tho nation, hut the end of the ilny found President Tuft's po- llllm, ulrmirrr tluiti ever, mill llmnriiH. ' irt of a holt of the ltooievclt forces fading riiphlly, or at least griming more remote. Senator Dixon, ennipalRii imimiRer for Mr. Roosevelt, appeared utterly un concerned at tho election of Senator Itoot. William U.irncs Jr., Hie hois of the New York delegation, takeHtho other side. He declared that Mr Tuft wilt have n clean majority of live hull dreil anil sixty voted, and his figures were sustained to Home extent hy the volo on tho chairmanship Unlit, lloth Ilari'icx and Congressman McKlnley, Tnft'a manager, asserted last iiIkIiI that tho 1'ienldent Iiiih shown how thor oughly ho controls the political situa tion. It wan llfty-llvc minutes pant 3 o'clock when tho result of tho vothiK was known, tho convention then ad journing for the d.iy. After the ad journment tho leaders of hoth Hides ileelareil lhemelvcs tu he sutlsllcd with the outciiinc of the llrvt d.iy'fc lighting. The real (IkIiIIiir will not IickIii un til today, when the convention will meet at 11 o'clock. Then tho still iiii itcchlcil question of the ItooHcvelt Huh xtltule roll will come up for Until de cIkIoii. One piomhie of real trouhle for tmlay lleH In tho fuct that Uoks fly tin of I'lltxInirK compcllqil the repetition of tho cull of the rennaylvnnla roll on tho uroiilul that when one of thp altrrnatcN wax cnllril iih havhiK voted for Illicit a nildtako had heen niiide, and that the man had really voted for Mcdovcrn. UN protehtH were overruled, however. It vti h noted that with a very few onocptloiiH all of the .Southern neitroea cudt their voted for President Tuft. Word was padded to the Roosevelt follower late limf nlnlit to follow the niovcd of novernor'Undley, Hour man UKer for Roosevelt. Taft Men Jubilant. t'UICAOO. 111., Juno l!. It wim n Juhllunt crowd of political lenders which Kiithered at tho Taft hemliiinr tcrh after the iidjournment of tho con vention yrdterday. Hvruitor Itoot, who worked Mronuoualy IhiIIi hefore and after Ills election, received tho coiiKrat ulatlond of hid friends. I'oIIouIiik a Iiiiir consultation, dtato nieiitd were Issued hy hoth CoiiRrcdd maii McKlnley and William Itnrned Jr., the leader of the New York dclcKation Mr.' McKlnley said that the. President had demonstrated In the llrxt vote how uliMiliitcly In control of tho situation he was, Mr. ltoosevelt, continued the President's campalRn mnmiRor, had ad milted Ids oHii luck of streiiRth hy de cllnhiK to select and put In nomina tion a candidate for tho temporary chairmanship. Instead, his iiiiiniiuers hiiVf, attenmteil to effect a coalition J with the followers of I .a Kollette, and tho comhlnatloii has heen repudiated hy the latter. Roosevelt Not Cast Down. CHICAGO. 111.. July 13. "I am a hotter warrior t tin n I am a prophet," salil Theodore Itooscvelt yesterday, when seen at his room In his hotel Immediately utter Iho vote for the tem porary chairmanship of the convention had heen announced nud It Was kiiuun that the I'lesldeut had won tho first hard round Mr Itooscvelt appeared In no wise cast down, however. DuriiiK the live hours of tho rollcnll. when his lieutenants were hltterly contesting every point on tho floor of tho convention, Mr. Iloosovelt kept In Intimate touch with nil that was ko Iiir on, directing practically every inovo from his room, over a direct telephone wlro with the Coliseum. I'ollotthiR dinner, a crowd descended upon tho Itiuisevelt hcaihiuartfrs and hy tl o'clock tho corridors anil! the lohhlc,s of the hotel wero Jammed wllh it solid mass of striiRRliiiR humanity, cheering for "Teddy." Tho crowd was so dense that accidents wero feared and the pollco reserves wero culled upon to clear the hotel. The Wisconsin Split. ('lll('AiH). III.. Juno 19. Tho action of tho Wisconsin delcRatlon In splitting over the IIrIiI on MetJovern Is rcRardcd as ominous hy some of the Roosevelt leaders, who fear that It will react upon their champion's cause. Homo of the Wisconsin men are said to have heen conslderuhly urouded hy Hemitor I .n r'ollctto'a Insistence upon Inactiv ity during tho formation of tho tem porary organization. Ilulf of tho Mate's voto went to McOovern mid tho other half scattered. Mcdovcrn himself did not vote Tho trmihlo reached a crisis when Kddlii Coehcina of Wisconsin liotnl nuted Mctlovern, thereby clashing with Walter H llouser, Kenator Iji Kill lotto's lloor manager; l-i Kollette him self and others of tho Wisconsin dele gation ruder the criticism ho re ceived ho reslKiied lain last night. In defending his action on tho floor of the convention Mr Cochems said that he had heen Jiistllled. Ho ac cused Iji Kollette of a "selfish and perversely narrow policy." Dixon "Not Worrying." CIIK A(l(. III., Juno 19. I'nmoved apparently hy the election of Henalor Hoot as temporary chairman of the national convention, Heimtor Dixon, ex President Roosevelt's campaign manager, worrying. Ilnlsh." lie declared that the "story of the next few days will he n totally dif ferent one," and In analysing tho voto said Hint 22 deleRntes that voted for Senator Hoot have heen Instructed for Itooscvelt and would cast their votes for him when tho time came. This he added would "leave- President Taft short four votes of a majority." Renton on Resolutions Committee. Cllll'AOO, III.. June 19. lleorge V Ronton, delegate from Hawaii, has heen chosen ns one of the members of the commlltro on resolutions. $10,000 From Hawaii. C'lllCAllO, III.. June 19 A gift of ten thousand dollars from the Repub licans of Hawaii was nmioitiieed last night at the meeting of the League or Republican Chilis. In the election for olllcers of the club. John Hays Hammond was chosen as president, Taft Sees Ball Game. WASHINGTON, I). C, June 19 -President Taft yesterday, after a day of hard work at tho White House. spent the afternoon at the hall park,1 where he saw the Washington team win Its 'seventeenth consecutive game " ITALY TO 8UBMIT TERMS. LONDON. Kng., Juim 19. A dispatch received here from Home last nlRht brought' the first Indications of a desire for peace on the part of Italy In her war wllh Turkey. According to them, Italy has agreed to submit terms of peace to a conference of the powers and Is willing to put an end to the wnr that hasVost her considerable men If unusually little In money ami which has brought her little In return. No word from the I'orte has come In In dicate I lie attitude of Turkey. von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd. Pioneers and Leaders in the Automobile BuiincM AftcnU for sucli well-known cats as Packard, Popc-Hartfotd, Stevens Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer, Buick, Overland, Baker Electric, and others. 1912 "American" Understand CARS Types 22 ami 34 Can Be Seen at Our Garage American Motors Co., Corner Alakea and Hotel 8treets Phone 300- GEO. C. BECKLEY, Sole Distributor Automobile SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING ASSOCIATED QARAQE, LTD. Automobiles CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO. Merchant Street For the BEST RENT CARS In the city, ring up for 2999 OLDGMOBILE, No. 403 LANDAIILET, No, 580 C. H. B E H N Vulcanizing ALL, WE A.HK IB A TRIAL HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS Phone 1821 Keplolanl Building Use a PREST-OLITE TANK on your Automobile and save Lien' erator Troubles. Acetylene Light and Agency Co., Ltd. Chemical Engines and Watchman's Clocks For Sale hj J. A. GILMAN Fort rftrcot AUTOMOBILI8T8. NOTICK1 If you lire In trouble, day or night, and can not start your auto either electric or gasoline trouble ring up Tel, 2'JH or call at 70 School street for R. J. BERGER Tclephono 3197 S. KOMEYA Vulcanising Works Merchant Street HONOLULU, Near Alakea T. It. Intest )our money In II u llol In sdirrllsliiK nnd It returns to you n Hundred (old, AMERICAN and 8COTCH YymsiMco . nllDdniilll CALIFORNIA WINES ,M Kllltl HIIIII I M lXWmVS Several years' satisfactory use In the Islands have demonstrat ed its superiority for this ell male. FIRE, ACID AND WATER RESISTING Sold by Lewers & CooRe, - NEW DRUG STORE Hi IDA WATKIl FOUNTAIN HAVAII ORUG CO. 42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel Well Stocked with New Drugs and Nov.ltitt. VERY LATEST STYLES IN THE BEST QUALITY OF SHOES Manufacturers' Shoe Co., 1051 FORT STREET DtJY YOUR SHOES At - JACOBSON BROS. Pantheon Block Hotel Street BEGAL SHOES re made on tho. latest I-ondon, Paris and New York Custom I-nsts. fjUARTKit sizi:s REGAL SHOE 8TORE King and Bethel Streets PINECTAR WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS M the rrrviit California State Fair held at Sarramentoi A OOLD AWARD A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and A CA8H PRIZE WHEN YOU WANT Wire Woven Fence The Man to See Is C. AXTELL ALAKEA 8TREE1 YOU'LL FIND WHAT AT THE YOU WANT City Hardware Co. NUUANU AND KING STREETS Watch Us Grow James Guild Company HOUSE rURNI8HINQ OOOD8 Collins Block Telephone 35B1 K. (). HA 1,1, & SO.N, LTD. Car. King nnil Fort Ms., IIO.MII.tll.ll ilnrrfnnrr, Paints nnd Oils, Ship chandler, Htotes, Crockery, (Hum. mi re nnd Kitchen Utensils; .Snorting Goods, (Juus, llctiilirrs and Ammuni tion. want a good lob, see mi Tom Sharp SHARP SIGNS ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE Phono 1697 B47 Kaahumanu Crossroads Bookshop, Limited Successors to Brown & Lyon Co.. Ltd. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINQ "Everything In Dooks" For GENERAL OFFICE STATION 2RY and FILING 8Y8TEM3. call or write to us and we will fill your wants. Office Supply Co., Ltd., 131 PORT 8TREET i I Llm ted I 177 8. KING STREET I ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIE8M The Most Popular Cand'es MadeH . on the Coast B 'HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD.B jlU24 Fort St. Telephone 1364 J RED, WHITE and 8PARKLINQ LAROE and SMALL BOTTLES Special Attention Paid to Family Trade ROSA & CO., Cornor Queen and Alakea Streete Phone 3181 TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW Primo Pale A HOME BEER Rainier Beer FOII SAI.K AT ALL I1AKH Telephone Sill HORSES Imported and Island WORK, DRIVING AND 8ADDLC . FOR SALE OR HIRE CLUB STABLES Telephone 1109 Imported Horses hor Sale 518 S. King M. Hawaiian Curios Special Sale Wecdon's Bazaar 1140 FORT STREET Vienna Bakery has the bcsl Home-Made Dread, Geiman Prettcls and Codec Cake. Be sure and ling up 2124. 1129 Fort Strfxt GUNTHER'S CUbratd Chicago CANDIES PALM CAFE, Hotel Street, Near Fort DRINK May's Old Kona Coffee UEST IN THE MARKET HENRY MAY & CO Phone 1271 G. Washington Coffee AT YOUR GROCERS' N. B. Lansing, Distributor NO PRESERVATIVES IN PIONEER THE BEST MILK FOR ALL PURPOSES Your Grocer Sells It MILK .and CREAM Kaimukl Dairy F. H. Kilby, Prop, We deliver fresh Milk and Cream twice dally to nil parts of the city. Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 373S T. O. Ilos 320 Hawaiian Star "TODAY'S NEWS TODAY" DUNCAN'S GYMNASIUM US Beretanla St, -pp. Royal Hawaiian Hotel ' PHONE lilt 'I m ' m 1 'sV i limttVi). .J