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iEVENINO tlULLETlW, nONOMJT.TT, T. H.', FIUDAY, TVT. 18, 1910. : '
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18. 1010
A DiSGRACE TO HONOLULU.
Cclr mind, appreciate In what n
silly ixisltluii I hoy nru posted before
the world, and can understand to
what extent they have lessoned tho
uiluo or their limit conclusions on
TlicHO people appear to rlso to tho
horror or conditions lis they o:lst
In Maine and Kansas iim It It were
nil something new. It may he nuw
to them, hut It Is as old us tho hills
to nuyonc who known anything ubout
practical prohibition, or who pro
tend to have studied tho subjoct
with as much cnio na he would de
vote, to nn ordinary business trans
action. Would they hnvo us hcllco that
the IVdernl rcvenuo "license" In the
prohibition States Is now? If so,
they merely show their own Ignor
ance, iiml prove with what careless
ness they aro forming their own
opinions on one of tho most vexed
pioblems of the United States.
What do they expect n Congress
man to say when he hears that somp
of the pcoplo down hero have
changed their minds and 'arc now In
favor ot redcrnl piohlblUon, since
they havo received the figures from
Maine and Kansas?
What must Congressmen think,
what must they hnvo n right to con
clude, regarding tho vory good and
misguided citizens of this
who pro devoting them
Vnnco'uver Highway. .. .SG10 Lanihull Drivo $ 9C0
Vancouver Highway.... 800 Llloa Wsa 1000
Hydo St 800 Oahu Ave 1040
Oaliu Ave 880 Kamchameha Avo 1200
Manoa lid 060 lteckwltu St 1200
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
What more cruel treatment could
I do not believe m-Fcdcral prohl
bition. nnd police authorities of any
v to mn,,mtrii tn , nrinnnlai limn that nccnrdctl Miss Van Kirk, Selves to n cnnuialgn of prohibition
'unon which our American civilization lwm' nrrlvetI u" 'J10 k1'bI'Ii AIn-(when these devotees and onthuslasts
upon wnicn our American civilization' ,ft- iu imni tr.,,i,.,il win, 1,11,1111,0 imnr.nr. ti,nr
IIS founded. ' llinnirlmi !lhla nrrnv nf fneta recilrdlnir lirnhl-
.. . 1 " 1 " "
It is repugnant to local scil-gcv- wonifi trave.lng alone romes to Mtlon in tho great commonwealths
' For Rent
On Alexander street, six-room, two
Space and Time have been annihi
lated by the
On Sunday mornings the office is
open from eight until ten o'clock.
to San Francisco Issued by tho Oce
anic Steamship Company, 01m dollar
eminent, which, in the form of lc;al the cit. Her greatest crime is to 'one of them nmong tho oldest States bedroom house, finely and completely inU(l flfly cents In change,' and n brlof
nntinii. hna nrnveri iirri".tin 1.1 near- "e hhvh . ..... .1Uw. .... .......
Jly every State in the Union, based l'g at the hotel from her steamer,
as it is on the fundamental proposi-l I'o. tbls mlsfortuuc she is taken
tion that no community can be sound 'o me ponce sum.... umi .ut mure
nnd wholesome unless alive to its 'tiian two hours Is held behind bars",
moral interests, unless willing to m n cold, barren cell, next door to
deal with its own weaknesses and company of felons, drunks, and one
defects, and unless able to cleanse the man charged with murder,
runninc sores which infest it. To-do I This woman may be demented, or
this, every citizen must be at' all she may not, but there was nothing
times on puard, informed, and will- ,W her appearance uothlng about
ins to do his duty towards his owner actions, to warrant placing her
home, which is his proper contribu- '" n cell. There was not tho slight
tion to the public weal: a proposi- est Justification for treating her ns
tion in diametric opposition to that criminal.
of imposing on other people's shcal- Hie pliyslpinn erred in sending
ders the burden of keeping us clean, 'ho woman to tho pollco station.
Whatever we attain is reached when Bl'e might hnvo been placed
through effort. undor observation In ono ot tho
The struggle makes us strong. Pe- !r00l" ot H'o hotel, Lertnlniy tho pe
culiarly, it is necessary to strength- Wee were equally neglectful and en
en the fiber of the people of these Htled to consuro for putting this wo
Islands and to teach, them the value inian Into u cell. Sbo should nt leaBt
of self-government, and the exertion lhavo hnd the consideration of a scat
to maintain this clean, efficient, sat-1' the Sheriffs otllce, where nil the
isfactory, will improve the body poli-1 minions tould guard her to their
tin and trip -individuals which com. rfn content.
of the Union, and under prohibition furnished. Larec rooms and larcc
for n generation Is n new discovery lanai at front and side of house. The
In their Binall world? grounds are verv finclv imDroved.
It is ridiculous so rldlculouf, In Oarage and servants' quarters in
fact, that one would fain bcllovo rear. RENT, $70 PER MONTH
It to be a subterfuge for covering tho
dlscomllturo of men who nnd them- len-room, nvc-Deoroom, completely
selves unexpectedly exposed andN nl- furnished house; modern, convenient
ready defeated In their campaign to "" up a'e m every way. x-xeco-wreck
government of, by nnd for the J".0"8"7 larKe and beautiful grounds,
people, within the Territory of Ha- "his place can be leased for a term.
wall. nr,Hi, $o ".tt iuuniu
rT " THESE PROPERTIES ARE THE
LADY TOURIST "ACTED QUEER" MOST DESIRABLE FURNISHED
HOUSES NOW OFFERED IN
(Continued from Paae 1 HONOLULU
Having accepted the blessings, let
us take the burden of American cit
izenship and prove to America that
If tho woman wcro seriously do
r.'.eutcd, t.hc was In more danger ot
d'llng herself Injury when placed lit
t.iat cell than If treated with com-
with great Interest by everybody con
cerned in tho caso. Kven In tho case
ot Dr. Hmcrson deciding tho young
lady to bo Insane, nothing can ho
done In tho matter till Judgo An
il r a do has signed commitment pa
pers. As tho Judgo had left on tho
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out by tho statements ot tho
completion of the calendar nt rBo .
" " ," ! ""' r?,. "".. r '., Puer nnd offlnnr of.tho Alameda,
.norninir. r!TB.cr J1"'1 oinic r ,ho A,nu"-",a-'ccond day oit from Honolulu when
u. kh n'a (it, rrpa i.iiv ; . --
sno compiainen 01 nincsa unu ucr
meals wcio brought to tl.o stateroom.
nolo which reads an follows:
"If I meeti with an accident,
wiro Mr. Ell Core, 845 North Or
ange Grove Avenue, l'asadcna,
Vrnni llin fiirotTMlnrf. II la Inferred
that Miss Van Kirk had a premonition
that ut come, tlmo hcr'aullctlu'i might
nssiimo a serious aspect und hi jVould
ho plnced in a position whuro Blio
would need inimedlato help.
Tho Hullo tin immediately sc.it n
cahlo incssago to tho address of Kll
Copo nt l'asadcna, giving dutalls o
tho woman n incarceration.
Purser Smith of tho Alameda do
clarcs that Miss Van Kirk boarded the
vessel nt San l'ranclsco nt an early1
hour mi the day of sailing. Her ac
lions timing tho trip down from the
roast nro said to liavo been in no way
Etraugo or out of tho ordinary save
that her affliction caused n peculiar
contraction of tho facial end bodily
Miss Van Kirk occupied a scat at
tho purser's table and was present nt
practically nil nie.Uo served untik tno
If she was of u nervous tempera
ment und tho victim of tome fool
blunder of careless officials, tho ac
we nre fit to be a self-governinp; jmon humanity,
community; fit to deal with the new
elements ccming into our blood, able
honor of American citizenship. Wejt'on of tlio officials was so free from
havo done something in this re-Uiuniunlty that mor0 than ono wo
spect. in overcoming race prejudice man. under similar circumstances,
and doing justice to different races, .would have been thrown into hystor
Shall we admit that we are incapable lea nnd made n ihvvous wreck for
of dealing with an enemy to society i"'o rest of her life,
which every other portion of the Whatever her nicntyl condition.
Union has to deal with, and which 'hero cun be no Justification for tho
every other portion finds a like dif-1 manner in which she has been treat
ficully in dealing with? For the un- M "'nee hor arrival In the city. It
regulated sale of intoxicating liquor pavors of tho days' of tho dark ages
is inimical to the nood of society. Foriwhcn tlfo Insane or supposedly in
cn I am not willing to make this anu were chulned to trees mid nl-
ion! David L. Withington. i'w ' o pooled 01 aovus.
Postmaster Pratt, congratulations;
The home rule principle still applies.
If you haven't got the spirit of the
Floral Pnrade season, It Is tlmo to
SJalne, tho "prohibition" Stoto par
excellence, ranks fourth lu tho per
centages of divorces granted to
womon because of tho drunkenness
of their husbands. Tho Coast Kc
vlow, January, 1910, leading Insur-
nnco paper of the Pacific Coast.
t ' Tho United States Government ur
" llovcs n tho policy of pationlzins
tho "homo steamship," That Is wtiy
tho American pcoplo supported Con
grcss In tho enactment of tho coast
wise shipping law. That's why con
tinued protection will bo given tile
homo ships of America despite tho
campaign to forco legislation that
will throw the doors wldo open to
tho foreigners, nnd put them In com
plete control of our lines of water
What would ou think If borne rel
ntlvo of yours went to a strange
city and was handled In such nn out
What would you say If a member
of your family were treated bo heart
lessly In the mime of tho law?
What do you think of cold prison
cells and the company ot drunks and
felons for a louo and nervous woman
who has committed no greater crime
than that' of acting queer?
What do you think ot such treat
ment for any woman, high or low,
rich or poor, snuo or Insane, resident
or non-resident, tourist or Kama'
Rhln'a aiflcem Talk
Rc.'in'd ,, , Arcordlng to tho officers of the
Miss Van Kirk is very well dress- BlcuIllcr Ain,nedni jnS3 van Kirk lu
ed, and the complete outfit of small am)amUly slirtorcr trom neut0
articles which was In her handbag st. Vitus' Dance. They claim that
show her to bo a refined woman. tiirn,mi,, n.n vnvniro from San
Several rollglous tractB wcro nlso rran-ig-n n,n ,. mnii was rational lu
found during tho search that wus licr nc't0I1B nnd converwitloii.
made to ascertain her name. .,- , iiPf0ro loiivlnir tho steamer this
Tho woman presented n misWblo morning, she Inquired her way to
sight In tho cell. Blio was eontliillally , Alexander Young' Hotel. Sho
weeping, and her hair had fallen' , ,. ,..,..,.,.... ,,,.
down over her face. Sho is Vellicl- i " ...iuu..u.. ,,..u......R
111 t1,n Ittliiiiila tit enmn li'rtfi 'la at U !
ant to answer any mora questions, " '"" - .-. u.o ,.vw ., ....
! .n, lb.,,l.nnrln,l. llnnnlV lg tllllt tllB lullll Bllll C1UI l!0 Cll-
Shcriff Hose Is acting .is kindly as Ulal of Huwaininil ort fbrmer visits
lie can under tho circumstances, but i'" "' ".
toiisldcrlng tho fact that the gov- "" " ' "'
crnment physician ordered tho wo- after the gangway was lower
man to bo taken under arrest, tho nml rtd up town.- Her.pecu
deputy does not like to take ny '"ur manner o walking attracted
chances whatever, as, personally, ho considerable attention from n nuni
knows nothing about tho woman. 1,cr of l'c,,l''u wl" WP nljout th0
Not Crazy ueeanic uuck.
iir Kim.rM.il pninrcpil frnn. tho I Au tho uffiicted womnu turned
tell at 2 o'clock and on being qucs- Into Fort stieet she was followed by
tloncd said ihut ha wanted tu s."0 a crowd of Hawaiian nnd pako
the officers of tho Alameda and he.ir .youngsters.
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per annum, compounded semi-annually.
SEE HOW QUICKLY YOUR
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what they hud to say about Miss Van
Kirk. Tho doctor remarked that ho
did not think tho woman was crazy.
On board tho Alameda is n rain coat
a dross suit care and n small ladles'
lintiillinf? Iltn tirmiprfv nf Mlns Vim
but that she was suffering from some Kri;i
nervous trouble. Aii examination of tho contents of
This statement of Dr. Emerson Is n10 handbag rooaled a return ticket
Tho s-Iilna officfirs Btnto positively
that they saw no evlllenc23 of Insan
ity. At no tlmo did tho w.unan act Ir
rational. Sho made no rttempts at
sclf-dCBtriictton or to mutllato prop
erty. Sho ha-' 'pjom ot tho, tlilp ns did
tho th tigers. To her ship
mates ' limes appeared Id act
per larij , they uttrlbuted eucli ac
tio .a to he iffllctlon.
.IJpfo.-o Icivluu tho Alamo n. Miss
Van Kirk called nt Purser Smith's of
fice and made Inquiries concerning tho
hotels ami boarding houses. Tho wo
man also appeared nnxloiis to forward
n letter to the coast and was told by
tho purser that bIio htvj plenty of time
to mall a letter by tho htoumcr Mon
golia, which would not sail before
Miss Van Kirk then nsKcd permis
sion to wrllo n nolo, which wns grant
ed, hut for somo reason or other tho
letter wns not mailed. ' This commun
ication was Intended for Frank Moore,
399 North Fairbanks Avenuo, Pasa
dena, Cullf. Tho letter bears every
scmblanco of having been written by a
MAINE AND KANSAS DISCOVERED.
Someono Bays that prohlbltlonlsts-by-Terrltorlnl-onnctinent
ing their minds and becoming pro
hlljittonlsts - by - Federal-enactment
since they havo learned of tho condi
tions In Mnlno and Kansas, whero
thero Is prohibition by Stato enact
ment. The Bulletin believes In deal
ing kindly with erring children, but
It Is to bo hoped that theso gentle
men on whoso behalf the claim Is
advanced that they have changed
Tho Rev, Hr. Madison C. Potcre, in
an attnek on tho marriage customs of
tho twentieth century, iclatcd uu an
ecdote, "A beautiful young girl and her
mother," he snld, "wore discussing tho
eternal marrlago question.
" 'Well, there's Charles Adams,"
murmured tho mother, thoughtfully,
after n long pause,
" 'Charles Adams,' sneered Iho girl.
'Ho Is old, ho Is ugly, ho is mean, ho
Is a coward, Clurrles Adams! Why,
lio has nothing, nothing In tho world
to recommend him except his wealth.'
"You forget his lieait disease,' said
tho mother boftly.
My unclo, a traveler, vUillo riding lu
a Pullman ono day, dUcoored tho col
ored porter sutferlng with a bad cold.
"Horn VMHlilnt.nn 'i said mv unclo.
going into, his grip and bringing forth
a box of quinine capsules, "is some
thing that will do you good; lako this
Tho porter, lifting his hat, said:
"Thank you all, suh; butt you nil
don't git this yar nlgguh to tako nono
ob dem little glass Jars."
It was Tuesday morning, tho clothoa
hnd been washed, dilcd and folded tho
day previously, nnd common bciiso
pointed to tho fact that It was ironing
day, hut cautious Scandinavian Tlllio,
tho now maid, was not going to mako
tho mistake nf going ahead before be
ing siiro that sho was light,
Heforo committing herself to tho ob
vious task, bIio poked her head Into
tho dining room to bay, appcillngly:
"Meesls. I skuld llko to speak somo
thing." "What Is It. Tlllio?"
"Ska! I cook boiuo llatlron?" asked
Real Estate for Sale
Half-acre lot well planted in trees,
with two-bedroom' house, stable, ser
vants' quarters, etc. All in good con
dition. On the car line. Price $4750.
Story and a half house, modern in
every particular, suitable for small
family a bargain cither as a home
or for an 'investment. Price $3250.
Acreage property in Palolo Valley,
Manoa Valley and Kaimuki.
Five.bedroom house on Thurston'
avenue. Price $60.
Bank of Hawaii.
Capital nxd Surplus, $1,000,000
In reply to n letter from ,1, F. Mor
gan, president of tho Chamber of Com
merce, lu regard to Maluikona Harbor,
Delegate Knlaulanaolo has replied as
Washington. I). C Fob. !, 1910.
Mr. Jnmes 1 .AInrgin, President, Ho
nolulu Chamber ut Commerce, Ho
Hear Sir. Ileplylug to your fnvor of
January 2!d 1 have J.ist nocurcd from
the. head of tho Coist nnd Geodetic
Survey an order directing their local
corps to proceed nt onco to Maluikona
Hnrbnr and mako the citr'vey prepar
atory to Issuing n new chart.
This means that tho matter will ha
put through In tho chnrtcst possible
time and Is a satisfactory solution of
Very truly yours,
J. K. KAI,ANIANAOI.n.
Dclegata tu 'Congress.
ABOUT OUR ISLANDS
(Continued from ?tse 1)
much Hint will Interest the ladles ot
Hereon of sano mlud.' In It sho sneaks iTntinliiln. nml I know that nni- nMcej
of tho klndnchx n&cordcd her on tbo',iro right. Ilcfore tho now goods or
trlp down by the offlccrs of tho hlp.;,Vo wo cx,,cct to hold n sale to closo
and nlso states that sho has arrived .. ,. .,. ,nnm
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Dr. Mackall's Statement.
I was called to tho Hawaiian hotel
this morning by Manager llrown," de
clared Dr. llruco McV. Mackall, city
and county physician, , in giving his
sldo of tho Incidents which led to tho
arrest of Miss Van Kirk.
"llrown telephoned mo that thero
was n woman hanging around tho hotel
buildings and giouuds who was act
ing In u vory strango manner. I went
to tho Hawaiian hotel and thero found
Miss Van Klik, who I believed from
hor nctlons, was suireilug from Saint
ono Insane. She was going about tho
grounds mumbling to herself and her
personal apecarancq denoted a mental
out boiuo of our lines and mako room
for new materials secured through
now ngcnclcs wo have becurcd.
"I hnvo had a very satisfactory
trip, and nlthough I havo visited
many largo cities ot tho Northwest
nnd Hast, it is mighty good to got
back to Honolulu."
(Continued from race 1.)
Inrtn nf rnitrt W A. Klnnnr nattpil
ri?.W nlSln0?,,"! n continuance of the date of sen-
tenco on tho ground that tho dofend
uuts needed an opportunity of mak
ing somo piovlslon for tho euro ot
"I called to her and asked her to (their families during tho term of inv
We have a lot of these heels that
we want to get rid of quiokly.
Regular Price 10c.
como-wlth mo, when without a word of
warning sho giappled with me, and
fought llko mad. It required tho ef
forts of an officer ns well as myself
to hold her r.ud keep her from doing
bodily harm. In my opinion tho wo
man was crazy."
pilboumont and that a postponement
of sentence to tho April term would
accomplish tho result desired.
Tho four who pleaded guilty wcru
Kal Kul, John Kekuhuna, Charles
Parks and Kalnwa.
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