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HONOLULU STAlt-B ULLETI X, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1012.
Iq which Is combined the HAWAIIAN STAR, estab
lished 1893. and the EVENING BULLETIN, establish
ed 1882. 3-
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
RILEY H. ALLEN. , . .!. . .Editor
WALLACE H. FAUUINGTON
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Telephone 22 C3. . .
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.JULY 22, 1912
(treat heart alone under xt and 1 how much
fjlory there ix in beiny yood. Miehelet.
THE WAY TO WORLD-PEACE
Dr. Charles V. . El iot8 words today on inter
national peace will 1k hcanl around the world.
Tr ichina American. noil -again after his tour
( f the globe in a Kearcli Tor nieth'ralH of attaining
international peace, the distinguished president
t ineritus of JJ;irvafil A giving first .utterance to
Ins conclusions on the virtual completion of his
tour These conclusions arc clear, concise, defi
nite, and it remains for the nations of the world
:o nay whether or not they are practicable and
:o put them. to this last test of, fitness.
He does not hold out the. Utopian dream of
;::iiiuliate disannament. He. makes do attack
:i fortress or battleship. His. advice, dictated
y the mature judgment pf a life spent in action
will as in thought, is the advice of one who
".s the vital necessity of national protection.
Mutation is the golden key of hope, he holds out
u plock ' the door of peace and fling its por-
;ls wide enough for all nations to enter.
Sound and progressive, ; prudently "daring, of
motion organiziHions are asked t6 attend.
At a niH'ting of the temporary, board of the
Set America First Association, consisting of
representatives of. the- Santa Fe, New York Cen-
t ra 1 , I I u rl i ngton, Nort h western. 111 i nois Cen
tral, St. Paul, Wabash and Great Northern rail
ways, held in the rooms of the -Transcontinental
Passenger AsKfKiation, " this step was d(HMdel
upon. , : i-; :; ,
Membership of the1 association,- it was roV
ciiled, shall consist of all carriers, Imth rail and
water; chambers of commerce, boards of trade,
civic organizations, hotels and hotel organiza
tions, transatlantic and transpacific carriers
and others interested. I '
- Hawaii should by all means be represented
at this gathering. "See. America First" is just
the kind of a slogan that will help Hawaii and
bring thousands of tourists here.
These islands have wonderful natural charms
to offer the world, and such an organization
as is .to" lie formed in Chicago should certainly
welcome Hawaii into the fold and make part of
its campaign a nation-wide recommendation, to
"See Hawaii." -
SAFE AND SANE AVIATING
:. loftiest .idealism and?the sanest modernity,
J r. Eliot's Suggestions' afford ;U; remarkable ad
ition to tlie Bromcaiia'.for world-peiicei The
(ar-Bnlletin counts itself as fortunate in '-the
ctreme in being able to present in an author
ed interview the first statement given to an
'.r.ierican paper on the 'Conclusions the great
hi cat or has reached. '
WHAT IS THE LAW TO BE?
', The Aero Club of Illinois has promoted a ria-
t ional associat ion of aviators, founded "to save
the lives of the remaining American flyers.'
The avowed objects of. the club are to pledge
memlers not to fly in an aeroplane. they don't
think safe, regardless of Jeers or accusations of
cowardice, and to persuade their fellow-airmen
not to engage in unsafe flights. Club members
are to exchange experiences and to give advice
on aero meets.. The association will conduct in
telligent investigations of aviation accidents,
and endeavor to lessen the terrible toll of deaths
due both to constructional defects and to reck
lessness among the men who make a business
of flying; r-i: : i : ' :'rV. '
This movement is among the most remark
able ever recorded; but it; is certainly in the
right direction. Comment was made in these
columns some time ago on the needless dangers
that American aviators particularly expose
themselves to purely for speed and altitude rec
ords. The time has passed when the public de
mands flights of this kind, and the national as
sociation will accomplish a worthy object if it
pledges its members to niake safety a considera
tion before speed. - v V
Admiral Ros proposes to visit Ann-
tralla. tlilna, Siam. Java. Bortioo. Ja
ran and cthf r Oriental countries, re
turn Ins home by way of Kuru?to Nvv
CARL S. CARLSMITI1. the IIII9 at- I KX. IAX TIKX V. F.I.a notable I'hl
torney, was a paKsenger in the" Sierra, nese Klentifhil v ith t military In th
II. NEWMAN, a San Frahcisco buai- nt-w republic, is a iassenKtr in th
ness man. arrived at the' port this I'acifio Mailt-r Sib-r:t, n route to the
morning per the S. S. Sierra United States and Kurope. He is on a
MISS H. NEEDHAM of the city diplomatic mission and will also, carry
schools has returned from a delightful on a careful investigation of "military
vacation spent on the Coasts j affairs while in foreign lands. The of
. MISS ALICE CHILDS wa a passen- fic'l l accomp;jriid by three Interpre
ter to arrive in the Sierra this morn-". ters- r : ' ?
Ing after an extended visit to the Coast. "JIMMY" HUMSDELU who .was a
It. JACOBSON is a passenger in the niemhr of the crew of hcal' yachts
Sierra, from San Francisco, this morn- Inen who mailed the yacht Hawaii to
ng and will locate at Schorteld Bar Sai 1'etlro, hut was obliged jtcv, re
racks. nwiin behind because of illness, return-
II. V. HAMPTON, brother of the fa- to Honolulu this morning in the
mous baseball player on the mainland. Sierra. "Jimmy" was the recipient of
Is a visitor in the Islands as a passen- an enthusiastic reception at the hands
ger In the Sierra this morning. . I of his friends gathered at the wharf.
MItS? W. M. GIFFARD has returned It was predicted aboard the Sierra
to Honolulu as a passenger in the Si-: that the genial Jimmy is a late victim
erra after an extended visit to points . f Cupid's marksmanship,
of Interest throughout California.- "TEDDY" M'XAMARA. the come-
MRS. H. N. WHITtX)RD. wife of the dian with the Pollard Juvenile Opera
chief of the bureau of forestry' in Uie Company, which is to open an engage
Phillpplnes, is a through passenger In lnent at the Bijou this evening, joined
the Siberia, en' .route. to the Coast-; j the company as a passenger In : the
MRS M. : O.; JENNINGS and Miss - Sierra this morning. Teddy has a host
Juanita Holmes "of San Francisco are of friends, w on during the stay of the
arrivals in the Sierra, with, a view to
opening a cafeteria at the capital city.
W. W-GOODALE. manager of Wal
alua plantation has k returned .' from a
business dnd pleasure trip to the main
iTuuarus ai tionoiuiu t-'ome years ago.
when they, became prime favorites at
an engagement played at the old Or
pheum. During the past five years Mc-
Namara has traveled extensively about
He was: a) passenger in the Si- the United States and Canada.
CUBA'S MILITARY GENIUS KILLED
Oonoiulu and, every other .wmmuriity in this
rritory lias to do something t(? stop ihe steady
increase of drunken crime. ;
Not a day passes but the police are called
:pon toxical with some crime that: is due direct
v to drink. Not an hour but another crime is
'cveloping in the heated brain of some drink
uul weakling made' dangerous by alcoholic ?x-
A woman has leen assaulted in one of this
.iry's hospitals by a man turned into a brute
y "booze.V. ; On the same page UJiat chronicles' part of the weakness of the revolt was due to
Cuba's most dangerous insurrectionist is out
of tlie way, if cabletl reports of the killing of
(?en. Ivonet are correct. x: . ...
O en. Estenoz, t he negro, has been given most
of the public attention during the recent out
break but the brains of the actual fighting have
been Ivonet. Estenoz was the politician of the
revolt; 'Ivonet the military genius, and Ivonet
was the leader of the fighting forces. The ne
gro insurrectos had no particular love for Este
noz, according to Cuban dispatches, but- fol
lowed Ivonet with implicit faith.
Ivonet and . Estenoz squabbled repeatedly
over the question of military operations ' and
!tis awful story is the report that two special
:'.icers have been attacked and injured while
..'tiding a "dago ml" establishment' '
"Dago red", is the nickname for cheap wines
ost of which are brought here from the Coast
fore they mature, and the Star-Bulletin has
ithered information from experts showing
, (inclusively .that this "young" wine is the most
::rrflll. ' ' . : . ,
Is Honolulu and all Hawaii to be at the
uTcy of vile wines sold at a few cents profit
it cask? ;
Art women to be assaulted, officers of the
law to be beaten by thugs and plug-uglies whose;
I omes are the dives and whose ihdustr is that
of thieves and. panders?
Tlie "dago red,,. problem ought to be solved.
License Inspector Fennell says that the wine
: hould mature-at least five or six years before
1 K'ing sold here. This suggestion olTers a defi
nite basis on which to work; " i
KeYmtable liquor houses, are infusing to sell
'his cheap "dago reav.' it is as aangerpus as
the bomb of an anarch isti and af isliould be driv
n from the liquor industry as the lighted fuse
( if a bomb would be stamped .out underheel.
Is there one man, be his business what it
:iay, who desires to see this community run by
bobze" and the law of this conimunity one of
uult, riot, orgy and bestial violence? .
mismanagement, of which the Cuban govern
ment leaders took advantage.
Why not put Duke - Kahanamoku's photo
graph on some of the promotion literature sent
out from Hawaii, with a line stating that he is
the world's champion swimmer, the product of
The muck-rakers are now busy with Phila
delphia's famous Liberty Bell. They have dis
covered that it did not ring out for liberty : on
July 4, 17T. - '
"A Pittsburg magistrate; declares that quar
relsome women should be muzzled. It's lucky
there's no judicial recall in Pennsylvania. .
The Third Party is invited to consider a sug
gestion that it adopt the Third' Term Party as
its official name. i
Dynamite .v is considerably more popular in
Mexico than in the United States as a political
Hawaii has a chance to take' active part in! There is no family connection bet ween
Third Party and the Fourth Estate. . -
arrest ihr their ex-presidents
movement that will mean much to this coun
- in the way of bidding for tourist traffic
In October a great mass-meeting will be held They are an
Chicaco of those interested in the "See Mexico!
Sea Girt is now competing with Beverly, and
Oyster Bay as a popular summer resort for pol i
cians. --::'-': . : :
FRANK and Miss P. Frank
are completing atour. of the world as
passengers In Jhe -Pacific Mail liner
Siberia. They are. returning to ' New ,
York. :i ''&'fji' .''?':':.;- '''-:'. j
E. T. lIllGHES.'aTi expert automo- !
bile man, is art .arrival at Honolulu. !
vviiiiu uric iu iv"1" ulc UI iia nun-
Young agency. Me was a .passenger
In the S. S. Sierra. ..'(V
R. G. CURTIS who has been attend -
Incr thp Commercial Hltfh'Rchfinl nt San
Francisco, was. a passenger n: tK6 si- The treasurer now reports that suf
erra, to visit with his parents on the i Acient funds are In hand for the pur
Island of Hawaii r i ; i . ' J pose, and the Chairman has received
R. A. BALJ5STER 'and Mrk'Balesteriy' from Hawaii and
of Watsonville, CaL." are enrolled as I MauI signifying approval and assur
passengers to arrive this T morning In ances of -suport. e Ttherefore rec
the Sierra. They may later decide to ommend that Hon A. L. C. Atkinson
(Continued from Page 1)
locate here permanently.
MRS. ELLA SEXTON, a well-known
writer, Is a visitor to the Islands for
th& purpose of collecting. data to be in
corporated in a series of articles In
tended for the mainland press.
A. B. BUFFEM is a well-known
Coast automobile man who has arriv
ed at Honolulu to Join forces with
George Beckley in the handling of the
American car in" these Islands.:
R. S. LYDECKER of the bureau of
be appointed our delegate to the con
ventlon at Chicago on Aug. 5, and
also be elected as our National Com
mitteeman. ; i
Declaration of Faith.
We .submit for your consideration a
few Progressive principles which we
recommend for adoption, as a declara
tion f our faith.
e. believe that wholesome party gov
ernment can come only if there li
wholesome Dartv management in i a
archives expresses himself as glad to 8P f 1 of . service, and with Individual
Anyway, the Bull Moose party has an ample
supply of teetlon hand for watch-charms.
return to the Paradise of the Pacific
after a three motiths' tourof the main
land, lie .was a passenger in the Si
erra. ' '';? .'
F. L! BATES, with thq Hongkong
agency of the Pacific MallC3s making a
willingness to act without hope of gain
and even zX the risk ' of; person loss
and discomfort. .. ;
. AVe believe that the time .i conve
for a National Progressive party; 'a
nation wide movement on non-section
al lines, so . that the people may - be
.I ..- :r: i:-X LT:.:: fcjerved In sincerity and truth by an
m ui uner ioeria, wmcn arr.veu au , organization tlrtfetterea by oblfgatiOUS
Oriental t-, ports
r J. -LENXOX, ' With the- Ni ' Si Sachs
ury uoods company, fs 'back from a
three months' business trip to the main
land in the-interests of his firm. . Mr.
Lennox visited all the important . dry
goods centers in the States
to conflicting interests.;
"By the. People." r 3
- We are not prepared to ' accept-the
principle enunciated by the leader of
the Republican party that ours is a
government of the eople, for the peo
p'e, by a representative-part of the
MISS M E. NELSON of Los Angeles ' Popie, ior w TlrA
and in fact ljas become, the govern
ment by the sordid influences that
control the few. . ;
We believe' that the beneficiary of
a moral wrong cannot escape respon
sibility for it, even though 'it be a
political party, and that our.commun-
was the -lucky winner of a prize at a
raffle, held on board, the. Sierra on Sat
urday evening. Miss Wilson Is making
a pleasure 'trip to Honolulu andx will
return to 'the Coast in the Sonoma.
- yl . YT "XT' - ' 1 ' . . 1
j. vjr., riai, a wen-Known lumuer-t
surveyor, has come .to the Islands to
identify, himself with the mills on Ha
waii operated by the Pahoa Lumber
Company. He expects to remain in the
Islands for the better part of a year.
S. G. HINDS, president of. the San
Francisco Bridge Company, which holds
valuable contracts for . construction
work at Pearl Harbor, is making one j
of his periodical, inspection trips, to
the Islands, as a passenger In the. liner
Sierra. ' .. : " - V' .
J." B. STEVENSON, with the San
ity; isolated though it may be. Is not
vet so refined or so effete as. to be
indifferent to moral issiies.
. eW hoVoTTt, that only through the
National Progressive party can we ob
tain in the nation and in our own
territory the legislation demanded by
modern Industrial evolution; legisla
tion Tvhich shaH favor honest business
aod yet control the modern business,
so as to insure that it shall be an in
oH In tho Interest of the
Francisco firm of Carlson. Currier Co., fc le IegislatIon which shall
Js an arrival at. Honolulu on a com- ote the efficiency of 6ur local
blned business and pleasure trip. Mr. 'overnraent to the end that the peo
Stevenson has been making semiannual . e sha1i have one hundred cents of
tours of the Islands for a . number of J.eturn for everv dollar of- expendl
years past.t ! ture; leg'.ilatlon ' which shall promote
R. M. DEWING, who arrived in the ! e we'l-being of the honest wage
Oceanic liner Sierra from San, Fran- 1 worker the professional man and the
Cisco this -morning, will assume the Dusines's man alike,' but whicfl. shall at
duties or foreman at 'the Hawaiian 4ua c,mo timo strik-P in efiicient fasn-
Preserving plant.' . Mrs. Dewing accom-
ion at the roots of privilege an dis-
panied her husband to the Islands, to J honesty in the world of industry no
make her Some , in this city. : ! less than In world of politics. We
M. C. PACHECO i back after having j believe that only through such ne
attended the sessions of the national ' itlcal leadershiD ol
. . . . - . r. ...
Democratic convention , held - at Balti
more. Mr; Pacheco was a member of
the delegation sent from the Territory
of Hawaii ; to represent the Paradise
of the Pacific at the big political meet.
DR. A. C: ROTHROCK and Dr. A. R.
Thomas, graduates from the University
of Pennsylvania, are the- latest addi
tion to the medical staff at Queen's
wise industrial evolution win iu
American people succeed in . averting
For Direct Primary. , ' :
We believe In the right of the peo
ple to mle and that this can be best
promoted in Hawaii by securing theii
expression through direct primary
Hospital. They will serve in . the ca 1 ,We object to the present method by
pacity of . Internes The medical men whirlv the suDervisors themselves de-
were arrivals in the Sierra this morn
ing. . -
REAR ADM IRAL Hv R. STANFORD,
U. S., N., identified with the construc
tion bureau of the United States Navy
at Washington, D. C, is an arrival at
Honolulu today as a passenger in the
Oceanic liner-Sierra. He comes'to Ha
waii to make a. general inspection of
work now under way at Pearl Harbor.
'; C. W. JONES, president of the
termine which tupervisors shalkhave
charge Of ' our roads, our police, tfur
public works and health departments
and believe that those In charge if
such public service should be elected
directly by the people: v
We ceclare in tavor of direct offi
cial responsibility without unneces
sary division, and oppose the e'ection
, of deputies believing that the, heul of
each department sLould appoint ana
Moody Manual of Railway Corporation ' ht rpRDonsible for hir own subordln-
Securities, with headquarters at New ; aes . - V; t
York accompanied by Miss Mary j ye Relieve that those receiving our
Jones, is a visitor to the Islands, ar- support as candidates of the coming
riving this morning in the Sierra. They legislature should publicly discus3 and
will view the wonders at; the volcano frankly state their po.sition on all im
before retumirtg to the mainland in the portant subjects of local interest. We
China. . v ; ! shall deprecate z. campaign of person-
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN, an old ka- anty, or by candidates who are afraid
maaina who has been away from the t0 state their views. T
Islands for 23 rears, returned to the j' And your committee suggest thai
Paradise of the Pacific as a passenger - an invitation be extended to all in
in the S. S. Sieira. I'l will demand a j accord with these views to join in this
charter membership in the Come Back , movement. '
Club," he said on arrival this morning.
Mr. .Wiseman has for years been lo
cated at Los Angeles.
REAR ADMIRAL ROBERT ROSS.
U. S. N.. and Miss Alice R Ross are
touring the world on a two-year trip
and were arrivals at Honolulu in the !
Oceanic liner Sierra. They will remain
in the Islands for a fortnight and await
Enrol ment cards are in the hands
of the Secretary H. M. allou and may
be had on application.
Your committee further recommends
that the following cable be .lent ,to
the National Headquarters."
"Hawaii Progressives sending At
kinson delegate Chicago. The only
.Territory" in line Statehood expects
the steamship Ventura for passage to representation. Hurrah for tidal wave."
Samoa, where two months will, be spent Respectfully submitted, "
before proceeding to Sydney. Rear PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE.
The Hawaiian islands have become
a favdrite mecca "for : vacationaiin
school teachers. - on the coast an
throughout the mainland, as a result
of. the favorable- publicity s;r?a 1
broadcast through the instrumentalitv
of the Hawaii Promotion Committee.
A bevy of pretty and vivacious
school marras were titimbereil ainou?
the passengers to arrive in tae
Oceanic liner Sierra this motnin.
They were reported to be the life of
the ship on the way down from Sn
Francisco and were easily the leaders
in all musical and literary ei terta!n
rcents planned by the officers.
The party will remain In the Islandr;
cntll a few days prior to the optnin
of the California school year.
It was a very merrv paity of edu ca
ters that traveled to Honolulu in the
popular liner, and amor g the teach
ers were Miss Grace Hayman. and
Miss Helen Ward of the San Biego
High School. Miss Ruth. Blodget a
teacher at Bakersfield, California and
several others from other well known
Miss L, L. Lathrop of the Grammar
School at Nina, Nevada Is a member
of the party.
The Norwegian tteamer Guernsey,
from Honolulu in ballast, is reported ,
to have arrived at .itoriafr Ore.. . on
Saturday, The vessel completed :h
discharge of a qargo of Australian coaV
at" Honolulu on July 101 "
I riT1H E name 'Wichman
11 is rightly Accepted as
a guarantee oi the
highest quality when
pertaining to jewelry.
We have striven to
establish such a reputa
tion, and we now pride
ourselves' on the fact
that our friends have
coined the phrase "If
it's . from Wich man's
you Know it's Good.'1
H3irel: Sir: 1 JoIq:-'
A pineapple ranch, over 100 acres; crop,
improvement and .quipment.. .416.500
Two splendid lots in best section of
Ocean View, near car line. Owner de
ires to' sell now. i Corner lots........
.....;..... .r... ..$600 each
; r :; . " Kalihi-Home Price r.V;...V. ..V.'.l$2X0-!
'Manoa home Price i. . . ...... . .'.$5C00
HOIHeS MakSki hbme Price ! . . . . .$5000 j
Puunui home Price ... . . . ... .'. .$4760
t Kaimuki home Price .......... .$185
TfSiilfi TFES'i Go
A -SEW STOCK " V '
This' fs the vratch most songht for, because It Is tbla model, up
to date nnd reliable
I AARAY1EIM & Co., Jewelers,
WE ARE AuEXTS FOK JIOWAKD.S.1
, -113 HOTEL STREET V
HE Pickwick Club had finally
dissolved and Mr. Pickwick
had made a choice of a home.
Everything was so beautiful!
The lawn' in front, the garden
behind, the miniature conser
vatory, the dining-room, the drawing
room, the bed-rooms, the smoking
room, and, above alV the study, with
its pictures and easy -chairs, and odd
cabinets and queer tables, and books
out of number, with a large, cheerful
window, opening upon a pleasant lawn,
and - commanding a pretty landscape,
just dotted here and there with little
houses, almost hidden by the trees; and
then the curtains, and the carpets, and
the chairs, and the sofas! Everything
was so beautiful, so compact, so neat,
and in such exquisite taste, said ev
erybody, that there really was no de
ciding what to admire . most.
We have just-such a home in Manoa
Valley all ready for; you or we can
build you a home after your own plans
in Beautiful Kaimuki.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
::--:: '?::V:r: -' Limited,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS