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.JANUARY 21, 1010
Tact is the knack of keeping quiet would ltao called a "durnl)le, strug-
nt the right time; of being o agree .glc. It can never end until tho prin
able yourself that no one can be dis- ilples Lincoln loed donilnnte lt
agreeable to you; of making inferior- council.
ity feel like equality. ucorge jtor-
Kvliloutl) tho (lovcrhor litis dccld
jd lo forget It
Wnshlnglon does not become ex
t itcd over Honolulu ns cnsll) Ho
nolulu does ottr Washington.
Fortunes itiatlti liy these daring
nvl.itom taTl to niltiil the other dnr-
slng nvlalois who died earlier In the
Nut oven a Bill small voice Is
hoard tl nm Or. Cook since his grail
nation fiom'the ranks of explorers to
Aetlvltv In the low-priced stock
dhows that Honolulu Is taking UP
with tlm tloctryie of small prollts
mill finlc K leturns.
ri.tt i xour confidence In tho fu
1iiio o Honolulu and jou will hno
our iuom' In tho Mireiit thing In
thq whole I'll I It'll Stalls.
It In a question now of whether
nny Invistlgitlng lomtultteo can
nrntiMi iiiiilliluiito and support for the
II illIiiKcr etiil or tho Administration.
When the post cauls of local mer
t hints and iiIai of the Promotion
Cominltlt'o hear the legend, ".Made In
Hawaii." tlieru will he no i.iuse for
irltltlMii fiom nny source.
The Lincoln and Roosevelt
principles nrc Its very life and tho
men who believe In them will never
quit lighting until the lepresentn
tles of special privilege within tho
party lmvo heen ilefcatcd utterly.
The nnlj matter In dottlit Is tho pos
slblllt) of theso men being fonetl nut
of the organization 'o carry on the
tight uniler another party tituno.
THOSE P0ST CARDS.
Those post cards misrepresenting
Hawaii hear the legend "Made In
Germany," hut It Is tho picture, not
the make, that causes them to he put
on tho hlack list hy tho Promotion
It should utso be noted that tho
Promotion Commltteo had some post
(iirds, made In Germany, that mis
represented Hawaii, In the sense tnat
they tarried the Inference that the
same work could not be dono In this
clt), from which the Promotion Com
mltteo derives the money foi Its'
Tho llullotln fully npprocs
tho action of the committee In de
claring war on the post cards that
misrepresent. This paper also np
pi cs tho coining out of a policy
bj tho Promotion Contmltteo that
nnkc.8 example coincide with pre-
NEW PARTY MOVEMENTS,
Let us hopo that If a new national
party Is put In the field it wilt bo
under patronage that will enlist
greater confidence than can bo given
It by the present mavor of the city.
of San Frnnclsio.
Unfortunately, the politics done In
our cities tintler the title of labor i
politics have resulted in many In-1
stances In advancing men to public,
office who could be easily bought by
the corrupt capitalists. This Is very
probably duo to tho fact that tho
mora conservative dement among
working men and labor unionists
disapprove of mixing politics with
labor, and therefore do their polltl
ml work bb members of ono of the
trVl-llne parties. Thus the polltlisot
the labor party, so-called, Is left to
n corrupt control.
Hut n gonernl political unrest pre
vails all over the United States. 1'roin
every Stale, nt ono time or another,!
comes talk of a new national part).
The old lines nro being broken ovcr
where. Staid and rock-ribbed New
Kngland Is feeling it. The Kcpubll
cans have something more than a
hopo that they can break the Solid
South. The situation Is changing In.
the old-stnndhy sections ns well as
the volatile nnd changeable Middle
During the tariff fight In the Sen
ate, tho Insurgent movement, led by
I .a Toilette nnd lloverldgo nnd their
associates, gnvo rise to now-party
talk. Tho Insurgent movement in
the House todny keeps that talk
alive. The Plnchot fight Is nddlng
fuel to the fire. i
One thing Is certntn: cither one
of the old parties must become a
medium for tho Insurgent spirit that
is cropping out in the ranks of both
orginlzntlons, or n new party wl
come Into the field to vqlce nn e
fectlve protest against the great
massing nnd power of wealth Just
as the Republican party was a prod,
uct of the great nntl-slavery movement.
The latum Is forming. The name
of the party Is nn Incident.
Dr. Hobdy's nppolntment to the
Hoard of Health Is an excellent se
lection. Ills association with the U
3. Marino Hospital Servlco and his
knowledge of local conditions es
pecially fit him to do most effective
Six Acres for Sale
Six acres of fertile land in Manoa Valley. Land is
free from rocks, has large spring of water; beautiful view
of valley and sea. There is a new bungalow of 5 rooms;
servants' quarters in rear. Property is situate
Near Car Line
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
If ypu want to use the
on Sunday, you will find the office
open from eight until ten a. m.
Should Ameilc.i una Gicat Ilrltaln
II nil mi In the Orient against Japan
nnd Russia, It would bo u caw of
lilood belli thicker than vvnier wnen
:",- luisliitsM in teres in tiro tiiteitiuiieu.
nirnicr Sccrolnry Garfield's public
iittcr.tuto In behalf of (llfford Pln
chot m.i ho read us a declaration
that .Mr Garfield thinks mom highl.
or iMr Pliirhot's stand than of the
If Honolulu, this slda of Kuuami
ptrf-pt, gives the visiting tourists on
tlia Cleveland nno-foiirtli tho num
bers thai the other side of Nuunnu
Btirot uhvajs turns out to greet spe
cial guuxts at tho wharf, it will do
Sjt"" Signs of life 111 the orgnnliatlon
of tho lot.il political pnrtlen nrojjir
tha benefit of the thronlc stny-af-homes.
In some tlrtlea. the polltl
nl, game bus hcon plaed every day
of tho vear, and It Is about time for
Hip other follow to wake up.
Tho slrugglo to hold the Republi
can pirt tu ills BpUuidld tmdltlonj!
mill keep It us It was In I.lntofns
tlititi an Instrument for preserving
Kovei anient hy tho people, for the
people Is what Lincoln hlmselt
HAWAII'S ORGANIC ACT BILL.
Congress and Washington author!
ties generally appear to be quite
wllllng'io allow Hawaii to take care
of its own nffnlrs within reasonable
limitations. Congress nnd Washing
ton authorities have nearly alwnvs
adopted local Ideas when tho people
of Hawaii IlnHlly decide what the.v
This condition Is strengthened l
the notion of the Senate committee
having In charge tho amendment, of
the Organic Act of the Territory that
wtis passed on by tho Legislature In
Tho hill that went before tho Sen-
nte committee epitomized the desires
of tho citizens of tho Territory so far
us", anything tan. It had lecolvcd
careful study and thorough discus
sion locally. Undoubtedly the com
mltteo scanned tho measure to note
whether It contained tiny radical or
dnugorous departure from the tradi
tional American fines of government,
and, finding none, gave It favotnble
Hawaii could not expect a more
ntlsfactory result. Tho peoplq niuy
cnend upon it that when, they do
their business In the rlgnt way ni
home, ample support nnd cooperation
will bo found In Washington.
MORE AUTO MEN ARE FINED.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
matter, Judgu Androtie decided ngalnst
him and found the defendant guilty.
"Mr. Wlchman wns cortulnly going
nt a higher rata of speed than the
law allows. Inspector Scully's evi
dence Is plain on that point nnd wor
thy of, credence. I find the defendant
guilty and gontenco him to pay a flno
of 123 and costs," said Judge Andrado
when rendering his decision.
E. II. Paris next faced the court and
entered a pica of "Not guilty " Scully
was the first witness, and lie gavo lilt)
ovtdenco In clear-cut fashion. Ha tes
tified to seeing Paris on Sunday after
noon at ton minutes past five o"clock.
Paris was driving cur "A 8." and had
some children In tho machine with him
Scully started his stop watch when
(ho car passed him, nnd stopped It
wnen umcor Tripp Bignuued mat tno
machine had passed n point 330 feet
further on. Tho time taken by tho
car In cpvering the distance was seven
Seconds. Pnrn, about fifteen minutes
Inter on, returned by the same route.
Was positive that it was car "A8." and
was siiro his tlmo was correct. Had to
rely upon Tripp's signal to nscertaln
the second that the car passed tho
lino at tho measured point.
Police Officer Tripp wns far from n
star witnees nlthoiigh ho stuck to his
story of seeing car "A8" with Paris
,Buy and Build
PAY RENT TO YOURSELF
In It. Ho corroborated Scttllj's eV
Idence as to the time of day that tho
speeding took place.
I, W. Asch testified that he ,was Bit
ting on his lanai when ho saw Paris
go past his house' at a rate of. In tho
witness', opinion, of 40 miles an hour.
Had had much experience In Bpecd
and was for some jcars lit tho employ
of the Ilapld Transit.
Douthltt oojected to all this ev
idence, as Asch had no Btop-watch or
any way of telling tho speed of the
car. Another witness, Charles Hub
taco, was not allowed to give evidence
as ho did not see tho mnchlno nnd had
only been told by another person of
Its passing. "
for tho defenpo Douthltt called tho
defendant and ho, on oath, stated that
tho car bolonged to the Associated
Oarngo nnd that there wore two ma
chines of exactly tho Bamo kind In
town. Ono was numbered "A7" and
tho cthcr,"A8.'' Witness was not suro
which enro he drovo on tho Sunday,
bus- ho had been Informed liter, on
thnt It wns the car a Kissel that
had slnco been shipped to Kauai. ,
Admitted passing nlong lleretanla
strec at about 5 o'clock, but dltl so
at a moderate ratu of spood; main
tained the same rate right along tho
street; 'tnlght havo hit It up a bit
when going up a slight Incline. To his
best belief and knowledge witness did
not travel at a higher rnto of Bpced
than fifteen nillcs.au lioiu.
Witness de.iicd having pas.ted tho
liolnt mentioned bycully, a second
time. Did not see cully or Trip at
nny tlmo that tiny, 'Scully had warned
an cmploje of tho Associated Curago
about speeding a day before tho al
leged offense; j linens was in tho car
at the time the wanting was given.
Attorney Douthltt moved for a dis
missal on the grounds that Tripp's ev
Idcnca was not reliable., and thaj. Scul
ly hud to depend on Trlpp-s signal to
catch the time. Tripp had a wonder
ful meniorj, raid counsel, "but ho
secmod to havo it hazy recollection of
"And ns to Mr. ArcIi'h nvlilnnr-n m.
'gardlng tho rpeed of tho machine, whyJ
ii is nusiini. Asch has never traveled
at tho rato of forty mile nn hour,
either on a Ilapld Transit cnr.'an auto-
! mobile or nn airship. In the whole
cotirso of his mot til existence Asch
has never moved through tho atmos.
phore at the rato of forty miles an
We have good vacant resi
dence property in Honolulu's
best districts. We are the
Agents for Kaimuki property
in Blocks 26, 31, 42 and 44.
Property for sale in Waia
lae Heights and College Hills
COME IN AND LET US
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
' IS PROSPEROUS
Annual Meeting Is Held at Castle
Kindergarten and Reports oi tne
Year Read Children Entertain
Visitors With Bongs.
Tho annual meeting of the Free
Kindergarten and Children's Aid As
sociation, held this morning nt the
CaBtle Klndergerten, was most Inter
esting. The meeting was opened by
devotional exercises, after which
four groups of chlldron from dif
ferent kindergartens gave a delight
ful program of songs and games.
The reports rend by thb vnrlous
officers show thnt tho work has heen
prosperous during the past car. A
new kindergarten has been opened
In the Knllhl chapel; a new build
ing has been given to the Knuliiweln
kindergarten by Miss Alice Cooke;
the total enrollment for 1609 shows
an Incicnso of 100 children over that
of 1908; and tho treasurer's report
shows a balance In the savings bank
of $1000. The officers elected for
the new jear are!
President Mrs. Theo. Richards.
Vice-Presidents Plrst, Mrs. I,. U,
McCandless; second, Mrs. I,. Tenpey
Peck; third, Mrs. Clarence II, Cookp.
Recording Secretary Mrs. Frank
Financial Secretaries Kindergar
ten, Mrs. F. K. Stecre; Castle Home,
Mrs. J. II. Walker.
Treasurers Kindergarten, Mrs. F.
M. Swanzy; Castle Home, Mrs. Har
Auditor D. W. Anderson.
Reports from the Castle Home
tjiow that institution toi bo very
prosperous. Since Its founding In
1899, there have .been ninety-two
children accommodated for, from a
few das to six or nine jears. All
are In n flourishing condition ana
show the Influonce of the beautiful
free life In Manoa Valley.
hour." Thus dltl Douthltt refer to thd
evidence offered by Chief Cerk Asch.
"Then what does the prosecution dp
In this case? Why they di ig Mr. Hlis
taco away from his dolla.'s and usk
him to comb Into court and tell nbnut
automobiles. Mr. Hustaco kiowajioth-
ing about the matter at all no moro
than Tripp "
Judge Ai Iraiie found tho defendant
guilty an.; n'niPiceu
of 12.1 mil . t. Douthltt
nppcr.l and 'urren did the simo for
his client, Wlchman.
STORY TOLD AT ART.
"Won In the Desert" Is a story of
nn American party In Arabia. Tho
Plot turns on the kidnapping or tno
daughter of packlngton, a wealthy
packer 'from Chicago. The iraus,
after getting the girl, carry her Into
the desert, where she Is held captive,
nnd her captors demand a ran
som from her father. Jack, her
lover, who hns never been accepta
ble to the wealth) old packer on ac
count of his poverty, Is almost dis
tracted -,-vylth grief over the Impris
onment of his sweetheart, but plnns
a way to recover her without paying
the Indemnity demanded. A'ter Jack
secures tho gill frdm the villains.
TRY FOR POLE
Ex-President Named in Connection
With Proposed Expedition to
AnUrctio Wmld "Use Naval
WASHINGTON, January 8 Tho
Smithsonian Institution has become
Interested in the quest of the South
It Is said that It Is formulating a
proposition to submit lo Congress for
co-operation between the Institution
and the Navy Department by which
two ships of the navy shall be detailed
for the International rnco to the Ant
' Tho objtcl of Inviting tho co-operation
of the navy Is that tho expense
may bo less and also to put tfie enter
prise on the plane of the designs of
Orat Ilrltaln and France.
It Is well known that the National
Geographical Society is Interested
generally in the enterprise, but It has
not et formally taken any action.
It Is not a government body and will
possibly )leld Its claims to the Smith
sonian Institution which Is the gov
ernment body which undertakes ex
peditions such, as tho ono now being
conducted In Africa by former Presi
Tddy May Go.
All of the plans seem to contcmplato
the use of the Roosevelt, Perry's ship.
If naval ships should bo utilized for
tho search for tho Antarctic Pole It Is
.within the possibilities that Com
mander Perry might be Induced to go
along with tho expedition. He Is soon
to be retired with an honorary title
In addition to that of captain In the
navy. He has expressed himself In
sympathy with the quest for the other
If Congress should within, a short
time authorize an "Amorlcin National
expedition to the 8outh Pole," tho ex
pedition could start within a very
short period. Two naval ships and tho
Roosevelt would mako nn Ideal squad
ron, say officials, and it Is not lm-
probable that to tho navy crews would
bo added tho men who with Perry be
camo accustomed to the rigors of tho
under zero climate.
Tito curious comment was niado
hero today that If President Roose.
vct came home suddenly ho might be
In tho humor to head tho South Pale
CHARGE OF FRAUD
HADE OVER DEED
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
An eastern college decided to add a.
chair for slsn lunguages and bent
abroad for u profesbor. Tho students
learning of this, on hU arrival put up
u job on hlm nnd shored him Into tho
presence, of Pal, the Janitor, n one-cved
Irljdiniau Later, when tho professor
met tbo president of tho college ho
Bald. "Do jou know what n treasure.
nur Jmltnr lc? Ho Is thoroughly con
vefsant with tho sUn language."
ABkul to explain lo oald: "Uiion
my urrlval I bowed to the Janitor and
JioMowtd In tcturn. 1 1 eld up an
orange, to bIikW tho voild Is round,
lln piodiictd r. loaf of hrcud, meaning
llitttMnff of llfo I bold up one linger
to Show thou- Is hut one God. Ho held
up two, Hlgii'rliiif Father nnd Son.I
held up three fingers, showing Father,
Hon nnd Hnl) Ghost He clenched Ills
Jlkt to bhow nil three nro In ono."
IAt on being questioned said: "Sure,
nm), ho camo Into tho room wld n low
Ikivv, I not to ho outdono by a spal
peen of ti fortlgncr bowed the Bamo,
Ho fchowod mu nn orange, no I'd know
what the lnlkcs of hlm hud lo eat, and
I pulled out me 11 u bread which waa
better than his orange. I'd stuck up
Ills, finger because I'had only wan ojo,
nnd I stuck up mo two because my
wan was us cood n his two, ho put up
tliico because botnlxt tho both' of us
wo hnd onlv had throo eyes, and I
shook mo fist, so if ho didn't go quick,
I'd smash hi. two eyes Into wan."
The desk phone rang. Tho cashier
of tho mcatBhop lifted tho receiver and
spoko the challenging:
"Hello," cane a mascullno .volco,
"Have jou nny brains todny!'
"Hold tho line n moment, please,"
answered the girl, and then slipping
her hand over the mouthpiece of tho
phone alio called to tho old German
"Henry, a gentleman wantB to know
It we havo any brains today."
"Yours Iss all vo got ve can't
sparo clem," ho answered I'allantly.
"Doll him, If he vail till tomorrow yet,
ve hnf boiuo."
In a leisure moment a little later ho
camo over to the desk.
"Ach, MIcb Daisy," ho unld, "you
shouldn't let tier customers speak bo
sassy to j nu on dor telephone."
Jiibt then the phone rang. Tho girl
handed tho receiver over to Henry.
"Mrc. R. -wants to speak to jou,"
"Hel-lo," hi spoke In his laborious
telephone- voco, "UU Into Hen ry."
"Hpllo," Mrs, n "u iclcar tonus
reached the cashier's ears loo, "Havo
ou a frcBh tongue, Henry?"
Real Estate for Sale
,' i 'it
A bargaln'nt Knlmukl, on Klcvonth
Lots In Knlmukl Park Tract, 1J00
each, on easy payments. Threo
acres, cleared and fenced, In the Kai
muki Tract,' for I2G00. Acroago
property In Pulolo Valley.
These nro a few of tho opportuni
ties wo havo to offer for Investment
In real estate
Entered For Record Jan. 20, 1010.
From 10:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. M.
Ida W Waterhouse by atty to
Walatiae Company AM
Walaune Company to A C Dow
sett et al .'. Par Ilel
Nellie R Smith to Frank B Colby
llank of Hawaii Ltd to A II Don-
dero et nl Pnr Ilel
C D Lufkln and wf to Rebeccu
Kaalknln Muunaken to Frank K
Archer, tr . .Rel Dow
Rank of Hawaii Ltd to Walter
K Wull . .'.Rel
Am Hoard of Comrs for Foreign
Mis by trs to Honolulu Rapid
Transit & Land Co D
Lucy Searlo and hsb to Lahana
Agrctl Co Ltd U
Andre Sllva to Solomon Mehe-
Kuhauplo Jeremiah to Jose U
Furla (k) L
Kuhauplo Jeremiah to Jose G
Farlti (k) L
L Klrkpatrlck et al to. Edna L .,
1'axBon . U
Mutl Illdg & Loan Soc of Haw
Ltd to Charles S'rano Rel
Entered For Record Jan. 21, 1910.
From 8:30 A. M. to 10:30 A. VL
Mary A Lemon et al tq Jno H
Soper , L
Wm O Smith, tr, to W M Mtn-
ton , , , .Par Rel
(Continued from Page 1.)
area of ono hundred and five acres. It
Is declared Hint the Interest of Mrs,
Llpano was about $500. tho remaining
Interest being held In the land bv Ke-'
111 tilll llClt-'llllUlll I La .- --
him to pay n nne ,he 'athor gives tho couple his blew-pa Kamannwahopu,
louthltt noted an '"" and a" relurn ,u th w,nd' c,ty Tlle ,ralm nnd c
on L.alo Alicnigitn. itifs. is me siury
that will be told by a film at the
Art tonight nnd tomorrow night. It
Is dramatic and Intensely Interesting
and on this account well worth
"Up tho Mountain From Hong
kong" another of those Interesting
story pictures from nature; deplet
ing wonderful scenic display from
the summit of Victoria Park, which
Is 2000 feet high will bo put on to
night, "llulldlng llarrcls" (educa
tional), an instruction film which
portrnjs the construction of a bar
rel. Tho picture Is bo elenr that
every motion can be seen nnd under
stood. In the comic line, "On An
other Man's Pass" will be shown.
Adolph Hrelderfleld, n materlrl
witness In the case against Peter
Kegels, has been committed to Jail
till the trial of the defendant cornea
up. The County Attorney Depart
ment, acting on the advice of In
spector Harry Lake, decided to take
this Btep. as It had come to ineir
knowledge that the witness was
thinking of leaving the country.
A BAR TO 8EASICKNE88.
conspiracy In which
Omsted Is declared to bo Involved Is
stated as occurring September 27, at
which time It Is said that Mrs. Llpano
was told, In tho first step to deprive
her of her property, that thero was a
large sum of money duo her from the
UCaccku Sugar Company and that the
representation wub made that Bho ex
ecute and deliver to Omsted a deed
conveying her rights In tho property
Omsted would be empowered to collect
tho rents duo and that upon tho col
lection of tho nccrued rents Omsted
promised to rcconvcy tho property to
The deed wns accordingly mado and
although it stated that tho property
Involved was exchanged for tho con
sideration of $800, It'ls stated thnt,no
monetary consideration of any kind
did figure In the transaction.
It Is also declared that slnco the ex
ecution of the deed large Bums have
been collected from tho Kaeleku Sugar
Company ns rent by Omsted and con
verted to his own uso.
Although Omsted has been frequent
ly called upci to explain, tho' bill to
Bet asldo tho deed states that he has
refused' to reconvoy Mrs. Llpano her
rights In Iho property, alleged' to havo
been obtained by fraud and conspiracy.
Fort and Merchant Streets f .
Honolulu, T. II.', January 18, 1910
BE IT HUSOLVBD by the Ho.ntl of
Supei visors of the City and County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, tl.at
the sum of EIQIIT HUNDRED
(SSDO00) DOLLARS be and tho same
Is hereby appropriated out of the Gen
pial Fund for Iho purchase of a leant
of horses for tho Honolulu Fire De
partment, Presented' by Supervisor
WILLIAM A. KANE.
The fotegolng lesolutlon was, at a
regular meeting of the Board of Su
pervisors of Iho City and County of
Honolulu hold on Tuesday, January
IS, 1010, ordbod passed tp pilnt mi
tlm following vote of the Bald Byird:
Ayes; Ahla, A lutt, Cox, Kane,
Logan, McClellau, Qulnn. Total, .7.
I), KALAUOKALANI. Jr.,
j Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
LON.DON, January 8. Invented by
a princess, an apparatus to prevent
seasickness will shortly bo Installed
in several Atlantic liners. Prlncesg
Anna zu I-owensteln-Wcrthclm (who
was Ia'ly Anna 8avlle, daughter or
the Eurl of Mexborough) has devised
a swing berth suspended from the
celling of a cabin, and by an electrical
device the bed ktjeps a horizontal po
sition, quite unaffected by the Bhlp's.
motion. This Invention, which has al
ready been tried aboard a cross-channel
stoatnor, Is callci) the "Kalm
berth," and is beng exploited by a
syndicate which Intends to equip sev
eral Atlantic llnors with tho dovlce.
MILLION STAMPS FORCED.
-PARIS, January 8. An Italian nam
ed, Cappollunl has been nrrcsted In
Paris with 231,000 French penny
stamps on him.
All the stamps wero forger, and so
well forged that "'ey uro, If anything,
better than tho real ones. Tho author
ities have arrested two accomplices of
Cappellanl, and have reason, to believe
that tho gang hns disposed of mtire
than a million of these forged stamps
lu cafes and tobacco shops of Paris.
Their mctiod wbh to borrow certain
sums pf money from thp shopkeepers
nnd to leave stamps as security, pro
tending to bo government servants,
We give special attention
to orders for Wedding, Re
ception and At Home Invita
tions. H. F. Wlchman
& Co.. Ltd.,