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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II,. SATUrtDAY, JUNE 13, 1008
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
A searching and unrelenting lines-,
tlgntlou Is the on) response to lio
made to tlio cNploslO'.i that occmrod
at the homo of Chief of Detective
Tliat some fanatic, fired with the
epidemic of dynamiting that Is going
mound the uorld, Hhould mal.u use
of this cowardly means of attack Is
by! no means Improbable. The full
lowtr of the police department
In ought to 'bear ought to ferret out
tlio culprit In u vcr) short time, in
thlB town where tho nwnucs of es
cape are so few and sunclllance so
The probabilities nro that the ex
plosion was the uork of a rattle
headed fool Yutlier than the result of
a carefully laid plot to tnUo the life
of Mr. Tiolor.
Tho dut of the police, hovcor, Is
plain get to the h'uttoui of It, nnd
get the mau.
AN EASTERN VIEW OF COLLEGE
Tho New York World dlsappioves
"collcgo pranks" when they overstep
tho bounds of common decency. It
suggests that tho public often excuse
nets of college boys which, If dupll
cutcd on the Uast Side or Kakaako or
South of Market, would lead to uirest
and Imprisonment. Iho comment of
the Woild applies In n incisure to re
cent tioublci nt Stanford University,
whero the "pranks" ran riot and only
strict discipline could conquer an ap
parently growing spirit of rebellion
Tho New York journal cltc( tho
Instance of u Columbia University
boy who was shot by a policeman
and ptrhnps fatally wounded whllo
trying to escape urrest. "Ho will re
celve general sympathy Irrespective
of his guilt. He was a student nnd
college pranks are to bo condoned."
"Hut If the victim of the officer's
bullet had been u member of tho
Monk Eastman gang who also had
biokcn Into a lunch-stand and was
running away, would tho degrco of
sympathy bo tho tamo?" asks tho
World. "Yet It can bo argued with
equal truth that tho gang member la
joung, that ho belongs to a ftator
nlty of youths, nnd that In ltlni, ns
with tho collego boy, animal spirits
abound which must have an outlet.
"It Is dllllcult to see In what re
Epcct a crime Is less n crime when
committed In tho namo of a collcgo
jirank or why tho 'benefit of jouth' 13
reserved solely for bo)s at scats 'of
learning. That tho Illusion exists
among collego students U only too
evident. It was rudely dispelled nt
Ann Arbor, whero fourteen undei
graduates wero arrested and Indicted
for wrecking n theater. It has been
dispelled In an unfortunato manner
In the piesent Instance. What aro
tho colleges doing for Its correction?
What Is 'student honor' accomplish
Ing to make class members conform
to tho elementary lawB of socloty?
"Tho lawless behavior of college
jouth may bo traced to that lack of
discipline which manifests Itself ev
erywhere among the joung genera
tion. There has bcon much talk of
tho cffemlnatlon of tho American
fcchoolboy. If to bo effcmlnlzcd Is to
bo lusolent and disobedient and to
regard Infractions of authority as a
lafk, the chargo Is only too true,"
SIYLES CHANGE FOR ACCIDENTS
When tho hugo passenger balloon
fell near San Francisco, causing bo-
'rlous Injury to sixteen persons, nnd
tho Baldwin airship was wrecked at
llammondsport. and tho Kiubenshuu
machine collided with a baseball
grandstand In Toledo, Injuring Its
orew of thrco, tho country's conversa
tion turned to tho change In styles for
accidents during tho last ten ears.
Time was when a man's best chance
of getting Into tho accident column of
n Monday afternoon, asldo from sea
sonal risks llko yachting and swim
mlng In summer, skating and bob-
uledglng In winter, was to drlvo a fast
trotter down tho road and dlsagico
wjth a hitching post ovor the right of
f'Tcn years ago how Impossible; it
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Office, - 25
Entered at tlie Pnsloffice at Honolulu
at (mwihiiUm mmter.
JUNE 13, 1908
promoter of the rnlb of crutches and
Hiirgcou's planter. So BtMato lirt'4 the
wheel become, so much more lolh.il Is I
tho riiunliiK nutomobllo, It seems al-j
mtfct Impoiilblo that "Old Subscriber"
could so lately hao lowed with alarm
tho speed madnotfi of tho Mcjcllst.
And now Is the monster breathing
fliu ami gasoline, that scorns mora
hiulses anil kills whom It Urlke,
about (opioid first place In the acci
dent list to nlrthlps, which may not
men Ieao enough of their lctlms for
decent burial? Must the pedestrian
trained to glance both uas qulckl)
when crossing a btrcet, also keep a
weuther eyo aloft for descending
aUalcrs? If oery age has Its own
new di-ngcrs and most of tho old ones
besides. Malthas spoko too soon. Tho
earth need little fear overpopulation.
Ono of tho most onjoynblo affalru of
tho season will take placo tonight In
tho dining loom of the Moana Hotel
when tho clever fancy dancers or MrB.
Gunus clnscps will trip through the
dlzzlug whirl of new nnd fusclnatlng
On account of tho extreme popular
ity of tlictii annual entertainments
with the cilto or Honolulu, they nl
vvajs me well attended by tho soclct)
folks. After tlio fancy dancing, thcro
Is to bo a general dance for tho audi
ence, with music by Ernest Knal's or
chestra Many of the children have talents
that could win thrm a high placo on
tlio professional stpgc, tho Center
children particularly. Thoy have
studied on the Coast with tho best of
professional teachers blnce thoy aH
peared hern last year, and have made
a great Impiovement.
Some of tho others who deserve
special mention are Vernon Tcnny,
Thelma nnd Soldmon Murphy, nnd tho
Ilucklnmls, but all o! them are good,
and thoso who attend may expect a
ticat In tho tcrpslchorean lino. Mrs,
Ounn will aprenr In costume.
Tlckots may be obtained nt tho door
1 Hi Ml DOG
Tho John W. Merrlam & Co., bull
dog cigar that has ploased ull the
smokers from New York to San Fran
cisco, has established an agency with
tho Myitlo Cigar Store 'and Fltzpat-
rick Bros. lor a delightful smoke
that Is worth the monoy, just glvo one
a try. Tho window display at both
stoics U very atti active with small
miniature bulldogs representing tho
namo of tho cigar.
KAPAHULU Lot 11,000 m. ft.
Two bedroom cottage $1,100,
PUNCHBOWL SLOPE Prospect St.
.Lot 70 x lo, Two story, 3 bed
room house. Lot well planted
with fruit trees $4,000.
MAN0A VALLEY Lot 100x150.
Two-bedroom cottage ....$2,800,
PAWAA, Kinc St. Lot 75x140.
Two-story, four bedroom house
Comer Fort and Merchant Streets.
'git fait lUtowCAv
Low price, easy terms,
ti-room cottage, new city
water, electric lights,
houso constructed partly
of wood and partly of ce
ment, 2 bedrooms with
Maunaolu Seminary was favored
with a perfect day for Its third com
mencement, which was hold Tuesday,
June Oth, ut f):30 in tho morning.
Great ciedlt Is dud tho teachcis for
the admtrablo work of the J ear. All
told, It has undoubtedly been by far
tho beat car In tho history of the
The ntno graduates of this year's
class read essaja of thoughtful char
acter, many of which were excep
tionally well written, and ono or two
wero recited with hardly a glance at
tho manuscript. Tho many filemte
of the school and alumni who were
present Were much pleased with what
the girls accomplished, whllo those
who wero familiar with academy and
high school graduations In tho States
felt tho work of Maunaolu fully on
u par with most I;astcrn hcuooIs of
tho same uradc.
The singing by the girls was, of
course, excellent, ns It always Is.
Miss Mattlcon's careful training was
well shown In tho chorus work and
particularly by tho special training at
Following tho Invocation by Rev.
R. B. Dodge, Tai Mol B. Ting read
the 'first paper upon "Maunaolu,"
which was a sketch of the history of
tho school nnd tho present overy-day
work of the institution, Malta Apt'
essay upon "Hawaiian Superstitions
and Legends" nnd Kaut Morris' upon
"The Government of Hawaii" gave
considerable information that was
now to many In the audience.
The most carefully composed essay
of the day was by Bertha DIssen upon
"Seaweeds or Ltmu of Hawaii." Har
riet I'lchaid did woll in her brief re
view of tho "Early Missionaries of
Hawaii,'' particularly with the de
tails of tho Maul missionaries.
Mlleka Paulo spoko, upon "Hawaii
an Coat of Arms." Thcro was on the
platform a handsomo framed painting
of tho coat of arms, oxecuted and
presonted to the school by Ting
Yung, n brother of Tal Mol E. Ting,
a niombcr of the graduating class.
Tho only essay In Hawaiian was by
Lelaloha Kaon upon "Kaahumanu,"
which was eaBlly ono of tho best writ
ten and one of tho most Interesting
essajs of thp day. The Japanese
graduate lead In clear and good En
glish "Books and Their Value," while
Esther Hanunn described tho striking
geographical nnd Industrial features
of Maul, and a few of the early hls-
We Now Carry
This is an especially good
number for large, well-built
EBEH 10W 10 IMPORT
tt Kbon Low will bi'iin from Maul V.
tt fofii'c In IHh wild woul show, thu U
U rent, original, t Install cahiborce, tS
:: otheiwhu a dappled giay mule, tt
it with a b'icl.Ing iiiupcntfly and a t
tt pair of very fust and clever tU
St heels. Tho mule vlll bo put out tt
tt for tho public to ride, fice to nil tt
tt coiners. Tho coroner will bo of- tt
tt flclally notified befoio tho public tt
St In admitted. Tho inula Is named tt
tt Maud II, and feels a consclcn- tt
St tlous desire to llo up to its it
tt namo. In fact, Mr. U)W promises tt
tt that tt will ccllpso anjthlng In tt
tt tho leal wild west, bucklngnnd- t:
it kicking line which hns ever been it
ti suoii In these Island, tt
it n st tt tt tt it tt it st tt tt tt n ti t:
Miiwaulce. Wis., May SO. That
tho South, pnrtlctilaily Georgia, Is not
dry, despite the prohibition lawa, will
bo" shown nt tho Notional Convention
of tlio United States Blowers' Associa
tion, which Is to bo held hci'o June 8th
to 10th, when thu opeintlon of tho pro
hibitory lawH In thu South will bo ono
Of tho chief toplcu. Although tho lic
ensed saloon has passed away In the
south, tho convention will bo shown
that liquor by tho carload is being
distributed In various States.
Tho brow ei s are still doing business
In Georgia, though the brand of tho
beer which Is placed on sale Is no
longer called beer, and has only about
half the amount of alcohol contained
In tho old beverage. Articles now
manufactured by bruwers to conform
to tho State law of Georgia aro called
"malt nlc," "bid," "home-brow" nnd
'near-beer." nnd contaln'froni 1V6 to
2 per cent of alcohol, where beer con
tains 3!4 to 1 per cent.
Outsldo of thoEo drlnkc, however,
thcro nro hundreds of other concoc
tlona being sold In grocery storej,
drug stores and dispensaries.
Frogresslvo faction In Presbyterian
general assembly succeeds In having
Jnpar.cso reverse open door policy
In Manchuila, according to British
torlcal facts concerning Maul. Her
subject was simply "Maul."
Itev. 12. 11. Turner gavo a bright
and stirring address to tho girls. Hon.
II. V. Baldwin, tho president of tho
Hoard of Trustees, spoko a few words
of sound advice, and then presonted
each with. a certificate of graduation
Ucv. E. G.'lleckwlth, V. 1) , closed tho
exercises with tho benediction.
A strong Alumni Association was
organized after the exercise. By
laws were drafted and tho following
President, Mrs. II. P, Robinson ot
Patj; vice president, Miss Zelle Rog
ers of Walluku jsecretary, Mrs. .1. T.
Fantom ot Sprcckclsvlllo; treasurer,
Mrs. Margaret N, Flold: correspond
ing secietary, Miss Tal Mol 13. Ting
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