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i.VDAY ........... NOVEMBER 23, 1912
Orr virtues arc most fivqucnt1y but vices dis-
' c (. La Itochcfoucayld; f -
'2 PEOPLE VSi OFFICIAL' LAXITY i
A ppalling ' crimes Vagainst young girls ' have
lied the point where ministers of the gospel
e called a" niasmtiting to -discuss remedial
i:re;. TJi'e 'president of , the . Inter-Cliurch
ration declares that dela in acting means
;:plcarance of lynch law here lie calls for
;::i:iunity gathering to talk over the evils
Vinister growth,' it is broadly intimated,
1 cn unchcxkal byhose constituted author:
t o whom the people have given the power
: !.e duty of safcguarding youth and inno-
well as life, health and property. : : '
jjubtedly Honolulu needs sonic plaih-Kpok-r
ion of statutoVy crimes against young
( rimitteil jji this citjv The apathy of the
.unity has been remarkable and dangerous,
.irkable because it is almost inconceivable
- iltlic rentiiiient'rhould be so little aroused
; : : f : . t'da ily n; et itiou o shocking .ctoricj at
-lire station, or. in the courts, dangerous
:opIe too rudely thaken from thejr ij
r : 1 to run to. the other-extreme;-. theitcr
c;;trcine of taking the law into their own
:::t Honolulu needslb not a red f ire of :" de-
.ition, not an outbr.: ts')f tcrical oratory
; 1 a;;ainst the police o ti.e prosecuting at
v.; or the court;;, but tome jober and pragti
ve ti';af!oii to fir ot-t v I 'm's to ..blame foi
t tha. human briitc.i itel free to wreak
lasting passions on innocent children -of
'Ay. What Honolulu needs at the mass
's;: next b'u inlay nh;Ut iji'not stir ''up -anger,
(i:: re. pais il!ility.v
- .'tsr-llullctin this morning allied the
. if the heads of the police-department,-."
'. ' V s liturial crr!c:a!s, -or fediral-offi-
' f'.l '.rl to tin' ; ias....:meetir.''r. The
r. Ivors tl: t S" the. vaisoas pr.hlic au
. : - to I s ( . .sa sus I fer p'. :ht condi-
t a; a. sally to the ma: aaeeting. ,
.':s.r-II;:l!ctin dess not at all approve that
: e(s:i. as ai. ' ' this community
t to li sis .; t!iis, r: ve r'lbjeet.. ought to
;sr !: - f c' : Mise and his dep-
l prosecuting attorne;..the juvenile court
. the V.'X. di ;:: t sa riiey, ii faet, ev
isial who e dutiw b ar w on the enforce
' f law, and -older h---.lilt there 13 laxity
s enforcement, find out: tchcrc it- is! If
" wcakne.. s in the lavs, ji.ul out what hues
c !; and how to strcutffhcii thcm!' IMhere
Let in, office, ask. the man icho' holds that
:rht he is not carryu'rj out his sicotn duty!
a era! disciLJon as to the prevalence a'of
hsrcawill net help this community greatly,
sat is well, recognized that .there is too much
". here, too much unpunished; crime, s too
sh 'unprcsccuted crime. , a
. i;e way to' nail responsibility for failure to
a:ee any' particular law is. notto make
hes about it, but to nieet the officers of the
- face to face: talk to them from the shoulder,
vs incpntiwvertibly just where their duties lie
L v. liat the Jaws are, and then apply the facts
to crinie,;the facts as to law, and the facts as
( ffic-ial jurisdiction. -''- va;- ';'- s;;:3" v;'
At the last election the people'ol, thisjcily "al
. ed the present chief of police to. stay in ofdee.
" is elected for two vea rs more. The .
: r-Bullet in said before election: and- repeats
. that- the police' department v of Honolulu
ds straightening out more than1 any, other one
irtment in the citv: l lJut condemnation of
sheriff now will do nothing without practi
! moves -to liclp him enforce the laws; . to com
: hini to wake up and carry out his duty like
s I ert citizen instead of nii 'of f ice-filling poli-
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- ' a' - lli'ity-'y.
The maKsmeetingJs a step iu the right direc-
:, but it , will be a short step indeed unless it
pt ona practical teis . ajidsit can Jbe most
st ical if the public of ficialviio presumably
at to'uo their full dutyareaskeu to counsel
stly and diligently witl-fhe leaders of this
.munity. s ; :
made to take a hand," Bhould the conflagration
swwp- from the Balkans up into the nearer
LITTLE INTERVIEWS I
In a ;ixTeht sieecli, Preinier Asquithdetdared
that the victors must not Ie -robbed cf their
spoils thus intimating that Giatrifain inight
onnose Austria's clcsiirna oh' Albania! a In4 the
t , t . ,V. - .V I atorti froni tariff aided states? And
same breath ho affirmed Britain's disinterested- tht nthPT .-.thinira.' wodeaV-heet
ness by laying. England has no direct, interest
in the- exact form; which s. the iwlitical atidl terri
torial redistributions niajv take. ' The special ie
lattoiis' of thedther4 (powers,- gwaphical,seco
Doniical, ethical and historical, with the scene of
the conflict arc such that ihey cannot be expect;
ed no t to cl aim d yoi ce Ayuen the time comes for
perm a nen t set t lement.'' t a-KJ:'SaSri;
n. f w " v T" v?'- Sn a '--'.'-) t .i
: rs Winston Hpencer CJiurchill, first; lord of the
aduuralty, was -less diplomatic in his'dis
o f B ri t ai n's rei at ions wltln the other Powers, f
, "Xo harni; can .be done flns plain speaking'
he said; The.O'ermans are a peopjerwith robust
iniuds and. aliigh 'ense of honor and fair play.
They 1 ike a f fa i iu pu t plainly aiid sciuarely, before
them. The relations of the two .countries have
dote: m ination to hiaihtain supremacy. The best
way to" end the rivalry, js to go right qu and
prove that we cannot : be overtaken." y"
Mr.' Churchill saijl thrft. recruiting for the
navy ha(L tripled 'during tjie last year.lt It had
been iirtungeil to put a sixth battle (luadrpn ip
comihission sin 1013, JnsteaoVTofTll)15; ;Athe
prq en t' time there are morethan twenty bat tle
ships and cruisers in the eastern Hedtterranean.
He concluded IrAVhat ; has made the year
memorable has, been the spbntaneoua and simul
taneous niovement of t thee great dohiiuions to
ward: partieip:itionj, iii; thej imperial ;naval;de
fenie.; - ..The -union" of & the nations of ; the British
empire for imperial defence; is on the; road ? to
consummation Kew Zealand was the first and
Australia followed; In a: few days tjie Cana
dian parliament will make: an announcement of
naval policy V6rthysof the power and loyalty of
the ; great.-umihiori.--.sv.;-
. W. M. KENDALLNo. I am fiot
worrying about the. tariff. Whyhould
1? Did you erer-read, the discimiona
in Congress over the PayneAIdrich
bill? Did you notice what the Demo
craUc representatives - and ;':: senators
had to say then? Did you ever stop
to think that that old time stronghold
of tariff revision, the 'solid South has
been ' honeycombed with - manufactur
ing , plants? The: Democrats -have a
small majority in the senate. sWhat
do you IhinlL will happenttf Tlvwhen
they tal about reducing the tariff on
beet sugar? How ; do.jrou, think the
two senators from Colorado will vote
cn thaU not they alond'bht other sea
Army of f icers Avhp egin. tjieir ridipg tests to
dav ma' take Koine comfort fr6m the thought
that 'Secretary'" of AVar fimson 13 doing ij: also.
Stimson went. into the three-mile obstacle ridr
ina; test at Fort Iers,- Ya: a few- days ago, the
f irsf stime in . years; that a secretary of Var has
participated with -officers in an actual riding
tr d :- ' s-;-a.'S; '-X a a ;.v"'s-a.-S-;1 a s.Sa; 'li ':.'.
Speakingf Tammanyizing Honolulu, wasn't
there something ;in the New York papers a few
weeks ago abou t New York getting so tired of
Tammany's corrupt s regime sthat the 5 city and
state turned oh - Boss Murphy and forced a the
- . , - . - . - a--;of wild game. As a passenger in tne
',; '" ' -..-a-av J- r . aa;-';-:-. --:-v r , 1 Venturaihe was an arrival at the port
According" to s press 'dispatches from the
scene of war; the diamond industry ) is being
hurt. If-it; gets hurt
monds begin to sell for abouta dollar a quart,
we will become a interested. - .
lirimer's nhnie still gets iii to the papers'once
in a while, r The Illinois i governor has just had
to call an extra session of sihe legislature to fill
the vacancy caused by the ousting of the notori
ous ''senator. ;;r :iA?rSi&;
CV?S--S ! -
;'S". S"''"' S fv ' vS- T S:.
a-:;-1-; : . . . r
airPresidtmtrel is planning to see
all comers at the Wiite House, he swill have to
set iside la special day- for' the candidates a for
.1 one colflmn this morning wb read that the
Kaiser; thinks he should have ' the Nobel peace
prize.', In another, wq read' that the Kaiser has
: i a;
The princiffal; iteni on -the bill of fare at the
Men's League dinner j tonight, is a city; charter.
tS'S-fiS'v a? .- L'K:: 4. ,Si!7' VSraa; V'-'-aa s- a
ooiieu. inea,. incasseeu, sieweu anu ltiasteu.
If ".this Taninianyizirig off thex .Honolulu citv
government proceeds It illabeB6ssRiveri
burgh ' pretty.: soon.",a as ':yX(-:J. 1
Four da3 s .lef t to aid' the Kings Daughters
111 raising ,their.fund
at Britain has played a conspicuously im
1 and impersonal part in the Balkan war
t ; .a present tinie,-biit jf : this war f isjthe
: ! .at fire:; all Europe,, there is ho doubt
aaia d kingdom 'must take a hand. Nor Pirin!? the fire chief doesn't nnnpnr to 1m ji
spot for u quiet residence-just now. a - -
I , waSnt Iwbrrying about the ' tariff. J
Coy Scouts Alert! . - S, ;S'; s;s
. The. governor of the territory of Ha
waii will review ; the Boy ; Scout3 of
America Honolulu Troops I,, 11, HI,
IV and V at the makal , side jl ". the
Capitol Tuesday, Nov -26S- . , s - '
S;:-s JAMES A. WlLDJEU. '
Next i Wednesday morning at, SlO
tugaiv ttonX forget that,. I should say o'clock,, per, the Muna Kea, a picked
a: IL lROliniNGi tUH'ili a 5 HajjraTian
planter 'is at-tbe Hotel StewartEx
aminers?1 S-.--a": ' ,S;'v rsV-- ' :' 'i-'
WALTER M. QIFARD, 'president
of the board of csrlc;ltures and for
estryIa on the island of Hawaii. s
S.. A. T. iIXlS, representing the Paci
fic -Phosphate" Company Is at through
pafsenrcr 'in the Oceanic liner Ven
tura Nfor" stlle;"Colctes?i h u '
-tlRS-'W.; LANT2 artcr an extended
visit j'tai the 4nainland apd : to Europe
returned las a pa((J:i5if Jn, llie tDcean
la liner; Ventura this morning.
MISS L. F. PINKHAM, a passenger
in the Teno Mani. will remain in the
islands ;fort- two weeks before resum
ing thejomev to the, mainland, -
V.- Hx COOK, connected with the
Alaskan Packers Association is a pas
senger 'in tlie . Ventura wlio wllly re
main here, forvsome weis on busi
ness ' arid . pleasures;' . l --vf '
a JOHNiSOi of) Ic lolulu; .former
adjutant? ceneral of ' Hawaiian Na-
tlonat Guard -is at the- SteWarfc Ex
aminer. f sa '.-.v; ; - a-; -v ' -
improved a in ) health was v included
among 'the passengeff tosreturn to
Honolulu this morning in . the Oceahiq
liner - Ventura. - - r .-, - y ' s-
JAMES - SCOTT, T representing-; a
mainland advertising firm, who attends
to the "distribution - of circulars and
f oldcrs,"i3 a through passenger In the
Jnpancss -liner TcnyoIaru - ehroutf
Id4 the mainland. S sf f-aa s, ,S
WILLIAM BARKLEY, Frederick W
Gotch, A. C. Bryer and Fred Mott are
well known ParaEasrqrji?tea.r1)uy ere
returning from ' av business triple
China and Japan." They are througb'
passengers In the7loyoKisen,'KaIsh?
lirr ' Tenyo Maru. .;,SV a-'' "'f H - '' '
C.' CS SPINK; a promoter from thp
mainland representing a', picked team
of baseball r pennant winners is mak
ing a trip to Australia-with a view ot
pulling,' ?off a S series of exhibition
games .therea - Ho Js, ii through ,pas
senger in the Occra;li :er Vcntura-s
O. A; STEVEN, representative . ol
Steven suffered' from- nn Scute stroke
bf s paralysis awhile atcay.ancuris Sire
turning- to Sther mainlands torecuper
ate. ; s is --a - "a' - -S a saa -SS- V:-.: -a
JOSEPH P. COOKE of Alexander &
Ealdwin, was a returning passenger
in '. the pet anic InerTrt uraliavlng
Eperit several i,.ont! ol' the main
land on business and, pleasure bent
He represented' the Ct: gar Factors at
a series of conference held with main
land; importers and buyers, v s a .
HARRY M. WHITNEY, of the pas
senger 'department of ;C. Brewer and
Company is back fro ma mainland trip
during which time be" had opportun-
patrol of -the Boy -Scouts will go to
Labaina, Maui, , to demonstrate boy
scout activities, They will camp near
the Baldwin , house and after a lectJuro
by. Mr. - Wilder, on -Wednesday night,
oh -Thanksgiving morning .will, go
through some scouting, stunts such a3
saff drill, marching, work with ; the
kit cart, tent pitching and life-saving
drills life-line, breeches buoy, lirc
man's lift, drowning a holds and
breaks. First aid splints, bandaging,
tourniquet, makeshift, litters. ; and
drowning drill. There will also be
drills in camp cooking and fire-lighting.
S There? will be field engineering,
signaling, bridge lashings, and an im
promptu windlass. These stunts will
be followed by the recitation of the
scout promise and laws, a stag danco
and een-gon-yamaV the Zulu song of
praise, the Star-Spanglcd Banner and
the salutes a s r a y r ; . ' S;
The scouts will go: to ' Wailuku cn
Saturday morning-and perhaps to Paia
or Puuncne, returning Saturday at 5
o'clock in. the afternoon by the Mlka
hala," via .lolokai ports, s-
(Con'.inutd from Pa; 1)
a. MRS.1 ;EDV ARD DS TENNEYS one
of ..the well-known hostess of Hono
lulu, hlh been Vspenlng; par) Vof ; the
early, sweater here, tgh'tjl ? left. recently
f or , herl ? home, to return soon:. Mrs.
Tenhejl Iwas much entertained while
here, and her generous hospitality af
forded here f rferls.inany, ' deli:btf ul
OccasIoh.-rExami ncrl &t m d as v
iFvT. P.sWATERltt)nSE, and -Mrs;
Waterh oiise, iviio'have oeen away or
ah -extended visit to , the Orient, u
turned h the liners JenyoiMaru this
ed local? capital in rubber estates io
eated ihl the Federated Malay States.
Whilo away, Mr. Waterhouse lias neen
rulte ill ; with typhbi , from which -lie
Is slowly, recoverihgj 't S '
The Hollister .Drug Co. deserve?
praise from Honolulu people for in
troducing here ; the ; simple buckthom
barks and glycerine inJxture, knqwn
as - Adler-i-ka. ; Tnls simple; German
femedy first became famous by cur
ing appsndicitis' and It has now been
discovered that A SINGLE DOSE re
lieves" sour stom&& Jgas v ion the
stomach and constipations INSTANT;
him,. Another said :', 'I live where
these-things are l going : on ; k if S they
coir.e to my family, I shall Tevert to
prircal type; and kill There is a feel
tog; growing here, that since law and
justice come from the people, if those
idrainistering the same fail to carry
out the people's will, that they have
the '.right to go back to a community
gathering and take - action. Vhc t h c r
this proposition Is"- defensible or Ind e
fensible, it exists, '-and (ho Vritcr heard
a prominent 'man say that a vlilanco
com.mfttee . a was quietly ', being dis
cussed.' a SS-- w vfSSS : . . .
"Up to the present time these cut
rages? have; been confined, to,' a prrt
of jthe.'city.or ..'to Hawaiian,' Chinese c r
Japanese girls,, and the community
has' .heretofore ss talked " and " ha3 deno
nothing, s Let one' cce occur arr.cra
white vChildre say,, inathc Pun-S:
district, and;there ; would to r.ctio .
which' jwouldsshake ! '.tlio1 jcitjs 'td'V.z
'onfho -fitiH -lnrl tri rebuilt a frTflll ' f n
right :not wis;? bectuisesno cne knov.y
at what' pointv outrages -will.v cease,
hor risht for. to the question, An I
sny brother's keeper comes the ans
wer, Yes, you are, and if you neglect
your : brother: the a'scourg .of . '.plague
pr ; cf - outrage will . suTel - touch you
sooner, or later ; s . ' as. :
;;The Council .- of the Inter-Church
Federation has by resolution author
ized the; undersigned to call a mas3
meeting at the. Bijou Theatre Tor Sun
day, December 1, at 7:45 p. m. . It is
most desirable that goodly number
of ! men and ? women ; representing or
ganizations and social wonc pres
ent I therefore - .earnestly ; request
you to" be ) present and to- si on thp
platform. X '':-:TXXXXh1X'-; ?
."Will you kindly send me; an ans
wer : as to Tour Intentions? ; s a ; a 'a '
. Falthfullr yours a s"
( Signed); "HENRY B. RESTARJCK;. ;
"President ; Inter-Church Federation of
Honolulu." ' ."'' -:s ':'; Sv-,;r
TO GIVE BIG LUAU FOR :
A For, the benefit of . the r Kapjolani
Maternity Homet a Juan will bo held
by sevetal of the most prominent so
ciety S leaders -: oL -Honolulu ;on - the
grounds ; of that institution next Sat
urday afternoon; ;Tho affair is an as
sured success and will prove to make
'a delightful afternoon to sthose who
attend. Those who will be? in charge
of the table are. ss . s ; ,f '
s Princess Kalanlanaole -Irs. ; Wm.
Mutch, M rs SyVr ii Bowers Mrs. G eo.
Woolsey, Irs. J. A. Cummins; foreign
lunch, Mrs; R. SW. Shingle; ice cream
and t coffee, ; Mrs. S F. E. ; Richardson ;
lemonade 1 and i flowers, Mrs. A. J.
Campbell fsiyaa H'M
4 The Men's.Bible Class of the SIr E.
Church wlir give a pie social at the
church. Tuesday "evening. ' e; fun
will commence at; J o'clocx. The com
mittee In charge especially invites
the editors and reporters of tho local
papers. A general invitation vis ex
tended to all. a,-a ;-: -a a'.'- ''vv.:-'-
rrr t rrti i " - - '
ii ne i nnnSiGsivinR;
the addition of some, new piece of rilvcr .
orcut glass for your table,
' - .Other suggestions are: ; - r
!'":a, Handsome Carvin'Scts
Coffee Percolators ? ; - ,f
Shefiield and Sterling Vegetable Dichua
and Platters , ; : ' ' ' - : - a ;' . "
.. . . . . .. . . . . . - " - .-
. Sterling and CutGlass Candle Stic!;
. .."Nov t).:y tsiy k I j r.: j .
lovers to !:i:3" "Well, CM yc;i c
hcr cf l")vcr3 dclr.j It fcr tl.
L'cslthr'. ' ' '
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MAfMUM-T-Kesiaence l.oi iiow q. tu. ....... .
NUUANU 40,000 sq. feet in the upper, cool part of the valley . ; ; : .$1750
OCEAN VIEW Modern t Home with all conyeniencef V,V.l Sl$S5pp a
ANAPUNi;8TModer'n. story ho use
a New ; DunQdjowr . vv . - . ;... . .$4S50
YOU NG : ST. Residence lot,-12931 sq, ft . . ,l ..$2X00;
PAWAA-Modern V2 story houses. .r . ... . . . . . i . v ...;.$45C0
AULD . LANE 3-Bedroom. House -and lot ; . ... . .. .;....,,.'... $1750 ;
PACIFIC HEIGHTS-ri-Cholce Home -A.:.;vC:. !;v:'.Svv.lV$S00O.
COLLEGE STREETr-3 Bedroom House and 2-Bedroom Cottage ..,'..$3,000 .
OCEAN VIEW Several choice lots, also acreage-fheaps, r,;'T Vsss1
- n',.:- : - s " " f - -SS S S. S 'S S:St
' r-xono floor, judd rtuiLDim -
s-sr.tioTi", linvo been popular plan.
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Th3 Pcpalif Jiv.;!:ra
COrtTIER FORT AND MZHCHANT ZIV.ZZ'Z
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s A second ts a trifle but, successive tsconds' ccrrp::; ct:r
si nity. s C50.li down and S10.CO a rncnth is fc-t a trifl:. In a
short time It means a home paid, for. I will tti! ycu r i I
happened to buy In ka'mukl. I had1 wanted- a 'h:.r.::!t5
; with high elevatfoni with a view of th's c::an sni-rr.:--n-
tains," good air, pleasant surroundings and a cssd t:S:cI f;r.
as mySchildren, and the othsr localities; I found were eISS:r
;a too expensive or" In an undesirable 'district. Ju:t a few c f
the many bargains we have to offer; :a
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Lot-No.. 134 Palolo Hill
3 L6ts Oceah View, RescrvoiKve;;:.
3 Lots Ocean Views 181 and Kaimukl .... . 14:3
$500 acre Tract, Paiolo Valley.
House and- Lot, Park Ave. v. . ;
House and 2 Lotty-Palolo Hill
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