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EVENING DOLLETIN, IlONOUrLU. T. II., SATUIIDAY, DEC. A, 1009.
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There is only one stimulant that never fails and yet never intoxi
cates Duty, Duty puts n blue sky ever every man up in his heart, it
may be into which the skylark Happiness always goes singing Gcorgo
"oTIic rampnlRn for the Investment
of Ilnwnll'H xiiipIiiH money for the
furl her development uf thene Inlands
tins seined mi gieuler ciiccosh than
in the rj: ttl.nt Icm uf tliu Hjiidlcato
to lirlm: tho Isluinl of l.nnnt to :i
Mato of product I tenesx and the de
cision ( Alexander .V ll.tldwln to
taKo over tin- iiKvnry of th Mellrjile
Kach of then piopoiltluna means
thulhleiice and development, and that
spells iioii'ilI for the people of
Ah the Hi i I u t I n has so fre
quently lepiMted, there U no place
on earth that oilers a more attract-1 men to forge forward without them,
he Held for prolltahle investment r There nro more good things to mi
lium the Territory of Hawaii. lew This City and this Tenltory
Our people who hae shown their iaie hound lo grow, and tliu men who
confidence In tlm Terrlloiy and have stake their future on that fact can
stood hy its eulerprUey loj.illy lmu'liot fall to win.
Of all the disgraceful proceedings
that have eer besfmlrched the rec
ord of the police administration In
this city, the "case" of tho people
fathered hy Sheriff Jnrrctt against
Detective l.eal Is the worst.
In so far as the peoplo have been
roped Into It, they apologize.
Tliu community has learned to
think well of l.eal. The lommunity
is fully Jiiktllleil in holding lu this
l.eal Is the man who stepped Into
the delectlvo foice of tho city police
v. lieu Sheriff Jarrett and the man
who mho had selected to tool; after
tlm crooks and buiglars weio (nought
to an absolute standstill by the
wriest tyios of buiglars and petty
Within a week after the appoint
ment of l.eal he hud the crooks on
tho run and ho kept them lu the
ha mo path timing the whole term of
his Lomu-ctlon with the po'.lcu de
Hut this wan not enough for tho
Sheriff or for those behind him who,
for personal or political reasons, or
both,, wanted the cfllclelit detecttvo
chief removed, u w,,a intlceil too
inifch for them. I.eil was making
'good too well to batlsfy tholr ap
pal cut purpose,
He dldlft play ravorltes. Ho
minded-his own business. Ho gave
notice lo the known crooks that they
had better mom on. He ferreted
a out tho i rooks that were working uu-
tier cover and either moved them out
i of town or Into Jail,
j And what ictognltlon does ha
tec elvu from Ihu chief of tho de
partment, the Shorlff of the City and
, County of Honolulu?
Immediately l.eal Is allowed to go
T lo San r'Kiiirlscii mi a vacation,
&, ngviiU of vice ami evil tinned looso
T ii na scheme to "do l.eal tip." Thut
? Is obvious.
t Humors woro started of ugly
cuarges against the chief of detec
tives. Theso weru promptly nicked
up and spread hefoto tho nubile In
(Sit he most damaging form hy tho
morning paper, which Sheriff Jar
lott staled jesteidny had "helped"
him lu "tho case." For this helo hu
(declared his Intention to oxtund
Hiiivorjutoitha morning paper to the
"pxtcnt'nf withholding news from tho
iji u, 1 1 o,t i n . ,
I-eal heard of the charues nml took
R'tho flint steamer for Honolulu to re
turn and faro tho music,
To mako tho sottlnc morn
malic, tho Sheriff suspended
Chief of Detectives on his arrival
pending an Investigation of tlm ram
rf Then followed nn Intermlnahlo
oelay In which tho Sheriff showed no
disposition lo piess tho caso against
J.oal so far as a presentation of facts
Itwas concerned, but tho momlng pa-
Hpcr that assisted him In woiklm- nn
gthe caso kept up a continual flie of
insinuation and damaging Innuendo,
5 Finally the l'ollco Counnltteo of
tile Hoard of SunOrvlgnm lm, .!.,, ,ilu.
UBUSlPd wh tho ab'-olntely unfair
ram) miserably unjust attitude of
PAYABLE IN ABVANC1. V
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Ttf Ver, tnywlieiein U.S I.m
I'm Ti nynlitfe n Cinxli... I.lto
ftrimr (miituM, lott ii a.ixi
entered at the Pmtoffirc at Honolulu
DECEMBER 4, 1909
Icon rewarded a thousand fold, and
the end Is not yet.
Now the long nhused Island of
I.aunl lias come to the front an
land of piomlse for the agricultural
ist. And the people lielleve III It
because sound lllinnclern nio ready
If hack their opinions with their
If thero he residents of theso Is-
laiuls who do not follow the princi
ple of relnu'stlni; their money here,
If they do not feel a senso of null
cation (o the country that has dealt
so kindly with them In all that per
tains to material prosperity, they for
tunately furnish the exception to the
rule, and Hawaii has enough loyal
the Sheriff miTl proceeded to call on
the Sheriff for his facts.
On his first appearance before this
committee, Jarrctt stated that his
case waH hased on newspaper rumor
and asked further time, which was
given hlni. Ho was called again be
fore tho committee, nud ho again
called for inoro time.
All the while tho mud of Insinua
tion that I.cal's iccord was crooked
mid his suspension more than Justi
fied was being smeared over the
upended ollker hy the newspaper
that assisted Jarrett In his case.
Finally the matter was taken he-
i fl)ru II"-' (iiaud Jury.
Heforo the witnesses against Leal
went hefoie the Oruinl Jury their
statements weio published by tho
paper that assisted Jairett In work
ing up his cite.
While tlm iuko was (.1111 on Sheriff
Jarrett stated to a II u I I o l I n iep
lesuntatlVH that he ci.uhl not go
him any infoimation.
I localise tho morning paper had
nssUted him In the caso against Leal,
Sheriff Janett stated that ho con
sldeicd he should give that papor
all tho news favors. This shows
how, having failed to deal falily
with Leal, tho false policy branched
out lo other details of his adminis
tration. While the Shoilff was thus speak'
J lnK, the (Ira ml Jury was In session
end within a comparatively fow
minutes after had rendered this
unanimous verdict on the caso of tho
Peoplo against l.eal:
"We, the giand Jurors, re
spectfully icnuit In tho nbovo
entitled mailer that after full
Investigation, and Ihu examina
tion of many witnesses, we flnil
that Jobeph l.eal Is Innocent of
any charges of receiving money
for tho protection of gambling
or for tho violation of tho luws
of tho Territory lu any way.
"Wi: DHSIIIK TO MU.Y
ANI1 COMPLKTEI.Y KXONK
UATK HIM nnd wo further de
sire to recommend to tho ShcrllT
of tho City and County of Hono
lulu that as an net uf Just loo lo
Mr. l.eal, ho should bo leap
pointed as chief of detectives,
thereby retulnlng for tho bene
fit uf .tho community, a most
valuable and cfllclcnt offlccr,"
Could there be uttcied a moro
scnthlng denunciation of the course
of tho' Sheriff' and thoso associated
I w"h him In publicly besmirching
"10 icputntlon of "a most valuable)
and efficient officer?
Ha8 tho Cltv of Honolulu evA- wit.
ncsscd a more outrageous and tin-
warranted assault on tho good nninii
"' public officer than Is to be found
In tbls lecord of tho case of the Peo.
plo against l.eal?
Is there In the hlainrv r,r n... .,n
l this city a single Instance of the
community being lefused tho services
f such an efficient officer by such
flamnnhln unit..' u-,,il.- f,.ui. .i i...
vvll assistants and studiedly falso r,?
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A 5 room houe: 1
bed room ; electric
Lots $250 each.
Loti $700 up.
Lots $500 and $000.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd
REAL ESTATE. ST 0CKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
As to the newspaper organ of
which Jarrctt was cither the tool or
medium of false Information, no one
expects anything different. It has
made a regular business of defama
tion with falsehood secured from
peoplo of evil rcputo within the
city, and the attack on l.eal was
merely In line with a settled policy,
llbol and slander.
Jarrctt has hitherto stood heforo
this community as a well-intentioned
man who was lining the best he knew
how. Disgraceful acts on his part
have been forgotten In the belief
that temporary fall from graco might
be excused on the part of a man who
seemed, generally speaking, siiiaro
and well meaning.
Ill the l.eal case, however, the peo
ple of this city have an Instance or
cither tho most distressing Incompe
tence or official malice that should
never he allowed to hold sway any
where, and more particularly In tho
police department, supposed to ex
ist for the protection of life nnd
property, and certainly of a good
There Is no politics In the report
of tho Ornnd Jury. Tho cry of poli
tics might bo raised against an In
vestlgatlon by the l'ollco Committee
of the Supervisors, but not against
tho men who for the time being are
ofllcors of n court of Justice.
If full Justice were done. Sheriff
Jarrett should ho removed from of-
fico on tho record of tho Ornnd Jury
Investigation, and l.eal put in his
Tho feature nim nt the Ilonulno
Theater tonight will show tho In
fantry tactics of Company C, Nation
al (luard of Hawaii, at K.iplolanl
Park. This plcturo Is ono of the
best military pictures over taken,
the weather conditions being partic
ularly ' favorable when the picture
A CAHLE has been received hero to
the effect thnt tho, American bark
Olympic sailed from Port Ludlow for
Real Estate for Sale
We were riht about our Kaimuki
Bargain, It sold, and sold quickly.
We have more bargains. Let us
show you our Manoa Valley bargain.
Either as an investment or for a
home it fills the bill.
..v (15 '
Fort and Merchant Streets.-
wwtpsiiiW.f imipww-.jj Jtrf,.
1818 Anapuni 2B.R.. 20.00
Kaimuki 2B.R.. 22.00
Beretania 2B.R.. 25.00
inv Kaimuki 2B.R.. 25.00
IPnwna . ATl.Tt.. 25 0(1
Vlnevartl St.. .!3B.R.. 30.00
1227 Matlock Ave... SJ U.K.. 30.00
1111 Kinau St 3 B. R. . .32.50
725 Kinau St 3 B. R. . 32.50
Beretania St 3B.R.. 40.00
1475 Thurston Ave..4B.R.. 40.00
Beretania St 3B.R.. 40.00
1286 Beretania St...5B.R.. 40.00
Waikane . .4B.R..S30.00
Waikiki 2B.R.. 35.00
. 5 B.R.. 100.00
. 5 B.R.. 100.00
Pacific Heights . . .
1087 Beretania St.
Are different from the average be
cause they arc distinctly
To accommodate its many patrons
THE WIRELESS OFFICE
Will be open on Sunday mornings
from eight until ten o'clock.
MADAM PELE IS
IN p TEMPER
Madam I'elo Is declared to bo In a
very bad humor of lato from reports
brought back by visitors to the won
derful volcrino on Hawaii.
There Is no comparison with tho
exhibition now to bo witnessed at the
Volcano, and that of a jear or so ago
was tho statement made by ono well
satisfied traveler who has been
watching the reservoir of liquid flro
for several jcais. The lava Is said to
ho within thirty reel of tho rim of the
crater. There nro fuw, If any, dark
spots to bo seen theiu now.
At least u dozen people will visit
tho Hawaii wonder by tho next .Mauna
:t n k n it :t n h t: n m
Ililo jeslerday with a full shipment of
lumber consigned lo 11
I . V ..
F you have u
house that you
want to rent fur
nished let us know
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
Under the supervision of
Miss Mclntyre, opens Jan. 1st.
All matters confidential.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
( Continued from Pan 1)
tho piesent bunch at the police sta
tion, and can only say that I may some
day return there In a higher position
tnhn thnt I held as chief."
Leal Intends to go back Into the nil-
tomoblle-reut business and will start
lu almost immediately. Yesterday he
was tho recipient of much congratula
tion around town, and tho general
opinion is that the whole business was
a political move, and thnt tho evidence
produced before tho (Inind Jury was
not sufficient to convict a yellow pup
Sheriff Janett has offered tho po
sition of chief of detectives to Arthur
McI)iftlo, who was formerly on the
police forco during A. M. Drowu's ad
ministration as Sheriff. McDufllu Is at
present employed by the Hawaiian
Dredging Company, and is considered
a capable man. McDuffie has tiro mat
ter under consideration nnd will give
the Sheriff nn nnsvver on Monday. If
McDutlle does not accept tho position
the Sheriff has another good man lu
view for tho Job.
LAWYER DOYLE OF HILO NOW.
After nineteen years of nctlvo
work ns a piosecutor of criminals,
nnd after making a reputation for
himself as Buch, Doylo has decided
thut he Iiiih had enough of govern
ment Jobs, ami will hereafter devote
Ills time to the practco of law. Ho
says ho will settle In Hllo and
"grow up with the country," but ox
pects to extend his practice all ovrr
this Island. Ho will leave next Friday
for Honolulu, hut promises to return
tho following week,
Doylo won tho first caso In which ho
ever apiiearcd as attorney for I'.o de
fense, last Krltlny nt the Horn kaa
court. Ho defended a Japanest,
named Ktmur.i Johcl, who had been
arresled at Kukalau on a chargo of
leiceny lu the second degree, It being
alleged Unit he had stolen some sll
verwnrti belonging to Dr. Taylor, Hllo
THHIIK IS n shipment or 23,000 tons
of hardwood railroad ties In tho ship
ment that Is tu leave Hllo for Hedou
do today by tho American schooner
W. II. Mniston.
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Those "Arnold" Goods
THE ARNOLD KNIT LAP AND CARRIAGE PADS
These are made of absorbent material, amply thick, fleece lined and
neatly edged with silk binding. The lap pad is for spreading on the
Ian when holding baby; the carriage pad is for use when taking baby
out for a ride.
LAP PAD, 18x18 INCHES S0o
CARRIAGE PAD, 20x36 INCHES 90c
THE ARNOLD KNIT BED SLIPPERS
Ale good friends nnd comforters to the invalid. Wo have them in various
colors for both ladies and childten.
Childrens' 15c pair
ladies ' 25c pair
Ir-rlft i!r- J
Miss Winston's Dinner,
Miss Nonnlo Winston, who In such
v Boclal favorlto in iionoiuiu, save i
delightful dinner nt tho Mo.ma hotel
Friday evening. Her guests were
tented nt a cliculnr table, which was
decorated III while nnd green. Attn
the dinner Miss Winston an J her
gnosis participated in the hop, at the
Mnana. Thoso present were Mls3
Winston. Major nnd Mrs. Wadliam, and
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. C. Dcerlng.
Mr. Tomtnlo King entertained Sun
day at a sailing party In honor of ths
Misses Hegcmans, Miss Nansen, nud
Miss Harriet Smith from inw Ynr't
Tho party started on tho Olndvs, In
tho morning. The day was Ideal for
sailing nnd an enjoyable outing wn
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cook of l.i1
Angeles hnve taken apartments nl t'.'O
Monnn. This young ciniplo are popu
lar society folk of l.os Angeles.
fVrs. Klamn't Brldne Luncheon.
Mrs. Kiederlck Klamp was hostess
at a bridgo luncheon Thursday nt her
homo on Thurston uvenue. The table
wns elaborately decorated In cut How
era and maidenhair with dainty p'ace
cards to match. Tables were arranged
in Hit) druwlugroom, where the astcm
bled guests after luncheon devoted
their energies to bridge.
Mr. llcury Wlchman gave another of
his enjoyable dinners Thursday even
Ing, at his benutlfil homo on Klunu
rtreet. Covers were laid for ten. and
the tablo was lu pink and green.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith nn I MU Qeor
gin Smith, after an Interesting vIbiI to
tho volcano, returned today on (lie
Mauna Kca. mid ale occiipvlug ov
Governor Cleghoiu'H beach house1.
Mr. nml Mrs. Ilentley, after a pleat'
ant sojourn at Ihu Monna nie leaving
today on the Mongoll i. This couple
nro so enamored with the Islands that
tney win proiiabiy letiirn next year
and tour tho different Islands In their
(Continued from Pace 1.)
suitable for three- leusons: First It
affords n sweep of about l$l) degrees
of the horliou from east through the
south to the west, except a low por
tion of the southern liorUon cut out
by Diamond Head. Second The nt'
mosphero of this locality Is clearer
than must of the locations around Ho
nolulu and it Is much moro free from
tho presence of clouds nt night. Third
It Is quite ns accessible to Hie public
as any of tho other localities, and,
when accessibility is combined with
other reasons, the Wnlalao district
seems to afford tho best location.
In order to have the observatory
ready by the time the comet will be
come visible, that Is In the latter part
of January, It will bu necessary to con
struct a building about 14 by 30 feet
with a wing on each end and a dome
In the center. If this building Is
built of wood nnd with the necessary
concrete foundations, the cost will bo
a minimum of $1,000; If, on tho other
hand, It is desired to build a concicto
sttuctuie, tho cost will bo consider
ably giealor, perhaps lu the neighbor
hood of SH.OOO. In suolt nn event It
would seem desirable to enlarge tho
structure In order that a more varied
and laigcr equipment may be provided
Any funds that may be received for
this observatory would bo entrusted
to the lloaid of Regents of the Col-
lego, and tho observatory erected by
Its expenditure would remnln the
property of tliu College It should
be noted that for every dollar spent In
the election of a building, the College
supplies about seven dollars lu uppar
atus, and, In addition, piovldcs for tho
Instruction and other Hues of useful
boss of the obseivatory.
Personal subscriptions to date are;
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Clins. II. Atherton 10.00
Jas. L. McLean 10.00
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