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From 8an Francisco!
Honumn, Nile June 28
For San Franclteol
Tenyo Mnrn. ., June 23
From Vanoouveri
Sfenlamtln July 17
For Vancouver)
Miirnma July 10
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
BRYAN GETS
JOHNSON HEADS
BLOW HITS
Y: PAY
Cablerjram to Paymaster Says
No More Money Will
Bo Available. '
Tho pxpcctril Mow linn UchccikIciI on
Ilin Armv Tlmi la tin ttwitifiv ti tmv
tho troops, nntl Unrlo Sam's soldiers
mi Onlni. from Hrlgndlcr General Mn
comb down In thp greenest rooklo will
Iwivo lo live nn promise until rnti-
Brtyw sees lit lo loosen llio Govern-
nient purse-strings. "
Tills disquieting iicwh was received
In n cahlo from tho ehlcf paymaster
of llio Wcstrrti Division to Captain
(loolio, tho Army paymaster here, noil-
fyliiR lilm that nn money other thnu
llii' balances ho now has on hand
would lie available. This Is practically
n trnnsmlnslon of a dispatch received
nt division headquarters from llio 1'ay-
master General at Washington, and In
plain English it means that tho cash
drawer Is empty nnd lhat Ihero is
nothing doing in llio way of real mon
ey. Therb nfo' sufficient funds at Cap
tain Cooko's disposal now to pay off
tho Holdlors who aro being discharged,
nnd who naturally havo first call on
leaving tho service, and to meet tho
monthly pay checks nf tho civilian
clerks, who, owing to tho fuel that
I hoy do not got rations or quarters,
nro considered next.
Non-Corns. Hard Hit.
Tho olllcers and enlisted men, how-
oVfr will l,nvn tn wnlt fnr thnlr Itnv.
M
STOPPED
This slato of affairs falls particularly "!' were given nine monms ana ivior
povrrcly on non-coms, who nro mar. rlson six months.
rled nnd havo famlllos, and who. are The conviction was secured in the
lint ahlo to, savo many dollars out of Supreme Court of the District of Co
their monthly check. Tho commls- lumbia and appeal was taken to the
sloped olllcers can roanngo somehow U. S. Supreme Court. While the case
for n fow months, for their iilllclal po- was under appeal originally, the offi
bitloit mnkes their credit gilt-edged, cers of tho Federation of Labor, it Is
nnd tho rank and flto of tho soldiery charged, made incendiary attacks upon,
nt the posts will got a place to sleep the courts and upon the boycotted com
mit! "three squarcB" n day tlib sair.o pany, and published Inflammatory ar
(Continued on Page 2) tides.
PAVING ACTION HELD UP;
R. T. QUORUM IS LACKING
Lack of n quorum with which to
consider Ihe troublous question of pav
in!; Is holdliiR up action now by the
llnpld Transit Company.
Tho Supremo Court has held that
llio Hapld Transit Company ennnot np
pent to Washington from Iho court's
neelsltiii that tho company must obey
tho mnnilato of tho Hoard (if Supervi
sors In Iho matter of paving. Tho
tour! held that as tho quostlon was
Hiihinltled nn n stnlnmnnt nf ncrced
f(ictB, tlin appeal could not regularly against tho possibility or an appeal
ho taken. I-'ollowing this tho Iloard being Rtvon nt tho request of tho Tor
nf Supervisors sent n communication i rltory and tho Territory having boon
l.i lit. ..nn.i,ft,il. nalllnfV fnr U'nrl ln ulnnof llV Ilin lit,! fMlinnt .
ii, ,, i.j i,iiiiiiii j Lniiiiih ... ,,!. i.
Htart on paving iimlor Its' direction.
Homo of tho Supervisors said today
that tho company may ho playing a
policy nf dolay, but this Is not tho rea
son for Iho company's falluro so far to
act nn Iho communication, said Attor
ney Wlthlngton this morning. Mr,
Withtngtmi oxplalncd that thcro aro
pot enough of tho directors on Oaliu
jn get a quorum at a meeting; and
HH IHMHBI H
Special Sale of Safes
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Phone 2644 Merchant and Alass
Evening Bulletin
3:30 EDITION
5271.
IS
TO FILL
GRANT'S PLACE
' AftftnrtatrMl Prone Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 24. The
President today appointed Brigadier
General Wm. W. Wotherspoon, presi
dent of the Army War College, a major
general, to fill the vacancy created by
the death of Major General Frederick
Dent Grant.
The promotion of General Wother
spoon comes nH n surprise to tinny of
llcrrx here, who hud not figured lilm uri
the probable HUcccxKor to the late Gen
eral tirnnt. General Wiithorxpooii In
conceded to ho n most rlllelent ollleer,
lint lio Mood tl rill on tho llxt of brlgu
(Horn, below I'miston, HIIkh, Milk and
J "Ming, nnd the ImprrsMon prevailed
,,,,,t l'ntim. who has been skipped
'' IU,' ""''I". "" Pcr-hlng-. with hi
"' " i"" ",l' " "-
"""' '"lid llM "ciond Mur. General
WothiTHpoon. who was horn In the Pis.
,rltl ' I'oluinhln. November 16. 1850,
entered the nnny from elvll life us ii
'could lletiteniint of tho Twelfth In-
funlry, October 1. 1873. Ho roso
through the various grade, always In
the Infantry iirm, beliiK appointed u
hi Igiidkr October a, ISO". Unnerved
on the general stuff from September
17, 1'JOI, to December 1, l'.'OO, nnd
again fur a short tour from August
n to October 20, 1911.
JAIL FOR THREE
(AxanoliitM Triia Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C June 24.
President Samuel Gompera of the
American Federation of Labor, Vice :
President John Mitchell and Secretary
Morrison were today sentenced to jail
ns a result of the contempt cases grow
ing out of the boycott of the Buck
Stove &. Range Co, Gompers and Mit
that thnso who nro now hero aro try
ing to got nthem 'here fnr a meeting
by noxt Tuesday, at tho latest.
Hlrlmrd Ivors and Wilcox of Kau.1l
will vrnhahly bo down for this meet'
Ing. Alfred Castlo, secretary and a
director, Is oxpectod horo from Ills ox
tended trip to the mainland and Vm
rono on July 3. Meanwhile no Intima
tion la given as to what tho action of
tho company will bo. Tho situation is
unnnlln nnA Ilin nmlFr'il ftAillflfiri
a peculiar ono. tho court's decision
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WOMEN'S CLUBS MEET
(Hpi-clnl llu I In tin Wlrelww.)
8AN FRANCI8CO, C.I., June 24.
The eleventh biennial convention of tho
General federation of Women's Clubs
opens tomorrow In this city. Delegates
from all parts of America are In at
tendance. MANY SHOT IN STRIKE
(Hwilal HlllUtlll Wlr-.H
HASTINGS ON HUDSON. N. Y-
June 24-Sev.n people, including. wo-
m.n and a boy, were today shot dur-
ing , fierce clash between striker, and
nsrlal rf.nutla nuardlnn h. National
ltpAel.!flVV-9"LnS '.?-.,tl0'
.irik. I. . rHou TonV P "".thing, merely a stalklnghorso for fur
BUFFALO HORROR GROWS
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BUFFALO, N. Y, June 24. Sixteen
bodies of the many drowned by the
collapse of the bridge over the Niagara
river have been recovered. The total
dead and missing is thirty now.
11., of llio
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The dentil lit ll.iiinver, N
lb iWlWou A. l-'iiruxuiirth
his SOth yeur, removes from tho Amcr-
leu 1. 01.nl Its ohlct inlssionury.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
FIGHT IN CONVENTION MAY
DASH HOPES OF CANDIDATES
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SMALL CHANCE SEEN OF NEW
PARTY MOVEMENT IN HAWAII
Although A. I.. ('. Atkinson Is ex-
pectrd back from Chicago on July t,
bursting with enthusiasm for tho now
I'rogrosslvo party launched by Then-
iloro Hoosovcll, and although ox-Gnv-crnor
flcorgo It. Carter Is, oxpcctcil
l.iimo shoitly after, llttlo prospect Is
eecii by tho local political w.lso onns
cf a branch of tlio now party In Ha
waii. Atkinson and Carter, It Is presumed,
cfllclnted In ushering iuln tho wnrld
tho now-born political Infant last Sat
urday night, for thnso acquainted with
uniiiy itiKiii, mi ititiiii nciiuiiiiiit'i! Willi.
the dispositions of these two bellovr,
I bey roiuun l mivo been Kept out nil
tho thick nf tho fray with nn axe, oven
tiioiign most 01 tneir worn nan 10 110
done from tho sidelines, neither holng
a delegate Tho drawback to their'
t -1.1 it. 1. 1.. ti 11 1..
'"".'V "h...V.,u ""', ""'" "''"""" '?
llal Hawaii s snare in paining 1110 110x1
Pre.Wom, on tho Itepubllcan side at
!'?8. '" '"Jw over and 1 ono with. Tho
"ruo'v, as o vim, . , no e cnora
COliegO, anil agliaiinn III ll0 flOgrCSS.
Ivo party Issues hero would bo. If any-
therlng local political schemes ami)
ambitions.
Tho Democratic delegation from Ha
waii still has Its rliaiiLo to mako a
noiso In National afTuIrs, and tho
guess Is that the Hawaii delegation
will go tn Wilson If Wilson seoms to
havo a chance, or to Ilryan If that gen-
. tleman comos through with support
enough tn mako him ono nf tho two
or three leading candidates.
I In either case, when tho tumult ami
tho shouting dies itfter the coin en-
tlons, Hawaii Is about through with
the big' election and can turn In and
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JUNE S912. 12
READY
NEW
WII.I.IAH .IKNM.MiS IlltVAX,
Ilrml) to .Step Into the llmich.
Of Inill.inn, Who It (letting "Jlrn
tlonnr. stir nit the dust locally. Inasmuch as
Hawaii doesn't count In tho electoral
voting, this Territory would get very
llttlo notice from nny of tho cnlidl
date", who would ho ton busy with
their organizations 011 tho mainland to
help nurso along enthusiasm hero.
The aftermath nf tho Chicago con
vention, so far as Hawaii Is concern
ed. Is an Inlerchtlng budget of discus-
iilnn on nil sides but with fow opon-mid-shut
predictions made. After tho
Ilultlmnro convention It will bo tho
.open season for prophecies nnd them
- -. . ..Inners nicked husllv from
, ' ' "" 3, ."" " '"""
' now until noxt November.
.
310 III: PAIIADi: 1'I.OAT.H WATi:i,
, .
I o'irtli "f July l'l" re booming
nlnntf mi'irn Vnu' tlin rntniulttnn in
I " " ":l ,i,..rm .,.r.l ..I
t "is "m .. .,. . . ................. ,
who will omor uobw. ... hec .0,1
should ho given stippi rt by the nior-l
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VVllllin lllll Ill'M. mn uuyii iii.nu i'-
oration must be manifested If tho sec-
I Hon Is to bo tho kind of success It
oucht to be
Tho heads of suh-cominlttccs will
hold a meeting nt headquarters to
morrow afternoon at 4.30 o'clock.
i
Decreo of divorce and resumption
of her maiden name of Annlo I'ua Kb
nltnaka wns granted Annlo Pua Kid
der from JoHopli Albort Klddor this
morning by Judgo Whitney. Her suit
was bused 011 the charge, of non-sup-port.
1 e
For news nnd the truth about It nil
people, buy the 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n.
Is Pre-eminently ih People's Paper
JL
PARTY WORKERS
(ISCAH W. UMtKHWOOI),
An Able CoiKcrTiilltr.
(lOVKKM)K W00DH0W WILSON,
A Ilrmorrntlc Progrrsslic.
There Is no chance thut tho cruiser
Maryland will pity Honolulu another
visit In the Immediate future. In spite
of rumors to thnU effiet that have
been going the rodnds of bite.
A postcard received from Kiislgn W
II Hill of tho .Marjlitud, by u friend
In" this city, states that tho crulner will
still from Tui-nmtt July 5 for 11 crulno
In Alaskan uiiteri, ,
GRAND POPULARITY CAMPAIGN OF THE BULLETIN
CLOSED SATURDAY NIGHT IN A BLAZE OF GLORY
CONTINUAL RUSH
Final Count to Decide tho Win
I
ners Will Be Held Wed
nesday Evening
. ... .
AT THE BULLETIN Orf Ut
Final Counting Which
Start Promptly at 8 0'Clock
Will Bo aPublic Affair,
The Grand Popularity Campaign of
the Iltillotln, which has been run
ning since April 17, closed Saturday
night In a blaze of glory. Promptly
nt 9 o'clock, us was announcod, the
doors of the contest olllco were closed
and tho OIIEATEST POPULARITY
PAGES.
TO
(Hrx-rUI II 11 1 1 ft I n Vlnl"xs.
BALTIMORE, Md., June 24. W. J.
ryan today declared to Jerry Sulli
van of Iowa that he himself will be a
candidate for temporary chairman of
he Democratic convention against
Judge Parker if none other Is available
who can defeat Parker.
John W. Kern of Indiana and Ollie
James of Kentucky are today being
given consideration for the chairman
ship. A night session of the national com
mittee will be held tonight tV consider
contests, prepare the temporary roll and
select a temporary chairman.
Friends of Bryan this afternoon serv
ed notice that they will nominate him
at the convention if Parker persists in
running.
ATTEMPTED COMPROMISE
. FAILS TO GO THROUGH
fAtunctnted rr"is CiihlO
BALTIMORE, Md, June 24 All at
tentats to avert the threatened breach
in the Democratic party, caused by the
Declaration ot war upon Judge Alton
B. Parker made by W. J. Bryan, have
so far failed.
The climax came today when a meet
ing was arranged between Mr. Bryan.
Chairman Norman E. Mack of the Dem
ocratic national committee and Vice
Chairman Halt. An effort was made
to reach a compromise, but it failed.
Bryan's friends have been urging him
for the chairmanships, and in any case
he indicates that he wilt not stand for
Judge Parker.
Vice Chairman Hall this afternoon
indicated that Parker will be named,
In which case it is certain that Bryan
will carry his fight to the floor of the
convention tomorrow. Thus, on the eve
of its national meeting, the Democratio
party is facing a disastrous quarrel.
James M. Guffy of Pennsylvania was
ousted today from the national commit.
tee by a vote of 59 to 6, it being held
by an overwhelming majority that he
had no right to sit in the body.
Former Congressman Mitchell has
supplanted Guffy.
ROOSEVELT WILL REST
THEN AT WORK AGAIN
Roosevelt will probably reach Oyster
Bay late today and will rest for a short
time, after which he will take up the
work of organizing the new party,
HILLES WILJTii NAMED
PERMANENT CHAIRMAN
CHICAGO, III., June 24. Charles D.
Hides, private secretary to President
Taft, win probably be made pcrma-
MARKED LAST DAY)
CAMPAION KVJill 8KBN IN HAWAII
camo to n glorious finish. Prom early
morning the Contest Department was
busy waiting upon tho contestants
and their friends, who wero eager and
anxious to turn In tho fruits of their
work as quickly as possible, In order
to get out after moro.
Tho magnificent array of prizes
proved a big Incentlvo to Industry And
no such scouring of tho Territory of
Hawaii has over taken place before
Until 9 o'clock tho rush towurd tho
contest olllco continued and It was
somo time later before all thoso in
tho ofllco at Hint timo had been wait
ed upon, Tho last hour's ruBh of con
testants and their friends Into tho of
fice resembled nothing so much as a
government tutu! opening, nnd It will
bo many a dny before Honolulu ngalu
witnesses such enthusiasm.
The Ilulletln Is very much
lIPTEttJO
HARMONY
FAILS
If you want to Impress the publlo
with the distinctiveness of your goods,
then distinctiveness mutt be the domi
nant feature of the advertising which
represents your concern.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
RUN
HEAD IHE
f Asfloctated rexa cattle.
CHICAGO, III, June 24. Governor
Hiram Johnson of California today ap
pointed a committee of eighteen, head
ed by himself, to outline and carry for
ward the organisation of the new party
which was launched at the mass meet
ing last Saturday night.
NAME COMMITTEES TO
CONFER WITH TAFT
(hprclal Hull tlln Cable.)
CHICAGO, III, June 24. Powell
Clayton of Arkansas was today made
temporary chairman of the new Re
publican national committee. When the
national committee convened a sub
committee of nine was appointed to
confer with President Taft and ascer
tain his wishes as to the chairman of
the campaign.
After the conference another meet
ing will be called.
democraticTnomination
won't affect new party
(KpraUl 11 11 1 In tin Wirelrtia.)
CHICAGO, III, June 24. Colonel
Roosevelt said today that the nomina
tion of a Progressive Democrat at Bal
timore will not affect the plans for
the new Progressive party. He saya
that no matter who is nominated by
the Democrats, the new party will be
pushed forward.
V 1 ) J tl ij) .1. A, ln)
nent chairman of the Republican na
tional committee. Hilles' selection by
I the Taft forces is regarded as certain
now.
grntlflcd over the excellent resnjts
obtained by the energetic joung wo
men who assisted In making tho cam
paign tho unprecedented success It
was and tho iiiaiiiigouiciit nf this pa
per will tako much pleasure In award
ing tho prlzoa to tho joung women
who mi earnestly ttrove for, and fin
ally won, thorn Thoro was no ran
dldate In the list hut did her brst to
, win, wo feel assured, and the energy
and ambition displayed uy mesa
young women will always remain an
unparalleled example of Industry to
the people ot Hawaii, Heart and soul
In tho work, these eager young Wo
men worked night and day to reach
the goal they had set their minds and
hearts upon reaching, and our only
regret Is that wo can not glo each
one n prlio In keeping with thn In
dustry dlsplaved.
All Worked Kitrmtlj .
Ot course. In a contest of this kind,
all cannot bo winners And so It Is
in everything. Alt cannot be success-,
ful. Somo must lose. Hut even those
who failed to reach the top may tako
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