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EVENING DU1XET1N, HONOLULU, T, H 'SATUnDAY, FEB. 19, 1910
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1 AV! V
LT and WEEKLY Published bv
'AtiaO Kin Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
tjgjTitircry day except Sunday. Weekly iasned on Tuesday of eaoh week.
-..:'... MEMBER OT TEE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wfsilao R. Parrlnaton,
' i KVUNIINO UULUUTIN
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SIMULATION LAMEST OT
in the Territory if Hawaii
Editorial Rooms, - 185
If become one, while exempt from
woes, o look to the dangers.
It Is due Ctty and County Physl
clan' JInckall to state that In bis
k it ' hi. ... .., t.
ui.nh- ,.. u.p vu ivirK cuao no
had oq.o her op Ion under the strict
construction of the law than o place
ho woman In the hands of the po-
Id. authorities, after hi. conclusion
(hnl .hM tuna ttiontnlli' itomntrtut
viv.jfe .i.; ... : ,i;,., ::."
any friends or relatives In the city
shqltindoubtedly would not have been
taken-to a police , station cell and
tb.etej'been confined, amid all the
surrounding's so unnerving and dls
trcwslbg for any woman, but would
haVrvJbeeu detained in some room
whether condition could havp been
liaaaeu-upon uy me proper auinuri
tlea.Van'd then. It necessary, . she
. ,-ii l. i .. ..i . iL- . -r..
Ui.BVj. ,, ., .u io IUB Bf .ui.MW t t , h A d d n,
or sanatorium for proper treat-" ho reportea that he found gev.
Ta-Dr. Haekall'a apparent. Insist- '"lJ,1""'? '"", " "'
'. at the hearing before he kh'ho rtcr of tho won'aa',
iHT'i thX thlZmZ wnU,l. WLat" civilized, decent woman is
& .v., WrUl AnZ ". , Z ther wh" wol t t least have
jga."s ;.',r,-; - s s rzi; - -
treatment proper for a person suf-i wh, ...,. ..... .
i& roumderan8emont "srzs
T'' jthe privilege of voting whose spirit
r.JfW.: ,of modest womanhood does not lm-
.WftUJlO WOMEN SHOULD ACT. hat!ly erevchu (alvlthh9 ry, thTht
"r, . , tnat search in that city prison
Wnhi.n mimmaiii,. nm flftv nr.
gi.djxtvtjpns of the city recently vot-
woaW of the Territory the prlvi- w" does not feel it her duty to do
Uti'ot voting In the proposed plebl- what "he may to at least prevent a
tlU-'bn prohibition. re??"tlon. r Buch a Peedlng?
T TUa. H u 1 1 e 1 1 r Interprets this Ther ls a way to prevent it. The
as, meaning that the women wish n employment of a police station ma
iolte'.. In public aXalrs. It -means t.l- ' a! ha uen suggested by
tbiTwant to do things. I"10 Phrlen of the steamship Ala-
l this Is a most commendable spirit med,a- a" arrangement might be
nd worthy, of vigorous-mlnded wo- mn.de ,w,,h the city hospital by which
muhhood. Congress has not yet.-0 .trnln" nurM coul(1 ho called to
ho)ever, 'reached the point where It care nt least for the sick women who
wadla to pass on the broad question ,maXe brought to the pollco station.
ofYwoinan's suffrage. I Thls can bo done without waiting
Hut', there Is work for our women, toJ the Legislature, or waiting to
ii,1 mrtirninr wnmin whn wnnirt change the system of commitment to
Tdt.'.hn nrohlbltlon. to do. Thev
hatfl"ah opportunity to bestir them- ')ower of the city and county officials
ieWesjIn looking after their own to provide for and employ the pollco
klnVas well as mankind. And In matron.
theipirtlcular matter to which we Anrt lf this matron should be on
draw their attention, they can not saIary ,or a year or two years wlth
rabfa'nny too soon. ,out having to deal with a single un-
Otortolulu women, If not the men, 'fortunate woman, tho taxpayers
shbaiil demand that tho pollco ad- couId hotter afford the price of her
'nUriiftratlon of this city shall have Balary than that one such Incident
Hqe regular police staff a police
sftkjlt be :
or that some arrangement
made by which a woman
with or have oversight ol
women who mny for one cause or
adother be taken to the police sta
,Tho necessity for a police matron
has, been brought to public notice on
Tnqre jhan one occasion, but nothing
nos oeen aone. some exceptionally
distressing evnt seems necessary to
arattse.the people to a sense ot what
they owe' the unfortunate.
The case ot Miss Van Kirk Is In
pbltit, and ought, to stir the women
'of jlils city to demand such action at 10 a. m. on the morning of Feb
as .will reasonably guarantee any ruary 22, followed by the various dt
ro'ma.n from being Involved In a rep- visions and .sections, which will be
etltloti of that most unfortunate at- allotted to special places. It will
fair.",, ipass down King street to Nuuanu,
'It Is 'true that the preliminary sys- up Nuuanu to Deretanla, and out
tehi'for handling mentally afflicted Ileretanla to the ball grounds, pasa
persorts In this city Is outrageous. Ing ln review before the military,
Dill that, Is a' matter that must bo who will fall out And draw up f,r
J' otfected ' through tho Territorial that purpose, mauka ot Thomas
ai and tempered by the common Square,
sarise of, those enforcing the law, I The decorated automobiles but
m, ThO. city administration can, how-
jyer,- provide n nurse or a pollco ma- the parade at Miller street and pass
(trojaWho will have the particular through the grounds of the Queen's
caFe.pf, women tnken to the city Hospital, returning to Derotnnla
pfisonV and, In the case ot those street at Punchbowl, where they will
mSti't'ally, afflicted,' be able to treat catch up with tho rest ot the parade
tBem-$wth that delicacy and conoid- .at Thomas Square,
ration to which dvory woman ls en-1 This was decided upon by tliii
iltd.revi (Floral Parade committee, so thai
1 "Average humanity does not re- those patients at the Queen's Hos'pl.
spdnd, to the harsh" details of mlsfor- tit who were able to be moved onti
tune,, 'until tne misfortune strikes the lanals might havo an opportu
tbanl.n Thch average humanity nlty of seeing the beautlfully-doi-'clWSe))1'
the heartlessness of fellow orated autos as they passed In line
- 'Mman beings. It is In be hoped through tho grounds of that Instltu
' flfit.,'tiio Honolulu women will not tlon.
Wit till it strikes home, and the Military Feature,
iailjlforiunes of some well-known wo- The various bodies of troops, b ith
road cauBcs them to act. Federal and Territorial, which nro
'ffM w(5uld ieein 'only necessary to stationed In Hawaii, will Tie repre
fftiie tlid Incidents of Miss Van sen ted In tho parude. S. M, Ilallou,
Kirk's treatment to convince the chairman of the army and navy com-'
Ji-flillJd-hearted women' of Honolulu
BUIAlTrra' TTrnTtRTTTHfi no t.ttv
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Fee Sit Moutna , a ,aa
tr Yaar, anrwWi.la U.3 I.oo
Pti Year, anrwtort a, Canada.. I. Bo
PtlYnr poatpald, totmgn a.oo
A1Y NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
Office. - 256
nurd f4 Um rurtoflM at Honohrfa
m Kcoad-clMa milter.
that there Is something In the police
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blAHniAP n i j n aaanutit a tins hh
du.uc, .... u.. ivu. ui uw "V--
lions was turned over to the police.
She was forced into a hack by a
nlnln Inlho." nfHr.nr nbn ln fhn
p0C(J stnon( and thcre put ,nto 0
co tnat ,g tho common receptncl8
for commOD drunk s 0f unfor.
lunatcg ghe had beon , Honolulu
bcf b . . ,h ,
was ,n a 8irn"K ind. among
strnnge people. In a coll, sick, dis
tressed, demented, and only police
men to render such attention as she
She was in this position for fully
two hours. Later she was given the
freedom of the police station yard.
While there her person was
This was done by a police
man. And after the policeman haa
v"'l"aieu Hs worn in wmen ne
'8r1' by a policeman and two "trus-
any woman In tho city
the Insane asylum. It Is within the
u" ",nv UI ' w snouio
I Ladies of Honolulu, there Is some
thing for you'to do right now in the
"dmlnlstrntlon of this city. You
may not liaye a vote, but If you say
ithe word there will be a police ma
tron In the city prison, and that Is
we" worth your while.
but HANDS WILL BE
IN FLORAL PARADE
(Continued from, Hat I)
will be ns follows: The head of the
parade will leave the Canltol eroumls
not the automobile floats will leave'
mlttee, In his final report, to the
flornt coininlttcc, stated thai Colonel
Schuyler of the Fifth Cavalry' will
send down one squadron,' accompa
nled by the mounted band, from Lcl
lchua. Lleut.-Col. Hunter of the Fifth
Cavalry will be In command of this
squadron. Special arrangements have
been made by the Floral Parade com
mittee, whereby the men of the Fifth
Cavalry, taking part In the parade,
will be entertained at lunch. Their
horses will be cared for and wa
tered. Tho presence of this crack regi
ment, with Its famous mounted band,
will be one of the conspicuous at
tractions of the parade.,
Major Long will. command n bat-
tnllon of the United States Marine
Corps from Camp Very. To this will
be added four companies of Infantry
from Fort Shatter. It was thought
probable that the engineers and coast
artillery would be in line, but owing
to n pressure of work at Fort Ruger,
Miijor Cree has stated that his men
will be unablo to take part in the'
In addition to these regular troops,
the National Guard of Hawaii will
command of Colonel Zleglcr. The
Katnehameha Schools cadets,
Captain Winter of the Third
airy, will form nnother of the fea
ir"'' .".. ... . .,,.
IU1CS Ul lUe llllal.tll BCLUUll Ul m
"" ""' UH B' """"" '" i'-"
rade, and as the parade will bo a long
one, the music of one will not conflict
with that of another. In addition
to the mounted band of the Fifth
Cavalry, the following bands will be
In lino to head the several divisions
of the parade: The Royal Hawaiian
Rand, the Portuguese band, Bt. Louis Oarage, and servants' quarters in float, so that It is expected that it
College band, Industrial School band, rear, RENT, $70 PER MONTH will be one of tho conspicuous floats
the Columbia Park Boys' band. . . . , i . of the parade. ,
- Six bands would be considered a Ten-room, flTe-Deooom, completely- nackfeld & Co. have arranged for
large number even for parades on iahtt house; modern, convenient the airman float, which Is to be a
the mainland, but as the entries this " "P "eTn every wax, Exoeu- WOnder. Much time and taleSt have
year are largo and the routo of J"""1 '"' "?" plUrnl grounds. t,een expended to make this typical
march a long one, six bands will not N" V1 SS"? ISFvnvmi ot aermany 'Bnd German. The cos
be too much to play tho various dlvi- 'KEHT, f 70 ,PEB. KOBTH tumes havo been sent for from Sou
slons through tho city and to the THESE PROPERTIES ARE THE Franc,l!C0, Mf- Itelnccke has had
baseball ground. One t tho bands, MOST DESIRABLE FUROTSHETJ charge of this entry, and It will be
to be selected later, will bo detached
from tho line of mnrch In order to
give a brief concert at the Queen's
Hospital, at the request of some of
the patients expressed through Su
' For the bencflt of those wishing to
avail themselves of the opportunity
ot attending the Floral Day' festivi
ties and the Elks' carnival, and for
thoBO who wish to be present at the
onenlnc of th Masonic Temnle and
.;. K.r.i i um n .n .m in.
. . . .v':,,.., . " "v fc-m.M .u...,
the Inter-Island Steamship, Company
arranged to nm a number of excur-
tlons to and from the other Islands.
Floral Parade umciais.
Following are the names ot the
committee who have dovoted their The school automobile floats will
time and talents to making the 1910 include the following:- College of Ha
Floral Parade the best over held In Wai representing the spirit of an-
tne Territory: it. u. umingnara, ui
rector-general; R. H. Trent, treus
prer; L. S. Conness, secretary; J. k.
Oalt. finance; W.F. Dillingham, au-
tomob(les; Judge S. M. Ilallou, army
and navy; George Potter, carriages;
A 1 fa Aal 1 4 9r a. aa.t.AA Aa1 tffaajarian
tlons; C. R. Frazler, floats and flie
department; R. S. Hosmor, schools;
F. E. Steere, grounds; Miss Roso
Chllllngwor'Hi, pa-u riders; M. F.
Peter, bicycle division; L. S. Con
ness, police; W. Love, night ceremo
nies; Harry Denlson, marshal; Jas.
Dougherty, cornlval; John Hughes,,
constructions; J. Lynch, carnival
ThA Bflinnl OAiMnn nt ttn nnrnnn.
under the direction ot R. S. Hosmor. pointed to look' after this float corn
has made great progress. , This sec- prises the following-named members;
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 either as a home
or for an investment. Price 93260.
Acreage uroperty in Palolo Valley,
Manoa Valley and Eaimuki.
Five-bedroom house on Thurston,
avenue. Price $80.
jH. . k Fort and
Low Prices '
Vancouver Highway. .. .40 Lonlhull Drive .$960
Vancouver Highway,... 800 LI loo Rise 1000
Hydo Bt S00 Oahu Ave 1040
Oahu Ave. ........... I80 Kamehamcha Ave 1800
Manoa Rd. .'. 980 Beckwlth St 1200
On Alexander street, nx-room. two
bedroom house, finely and completely
famished. Large rooms and lam
lanai at front and side of home. The
irrounds an very finely Improved,
HOUSES NOW OFFERED IN
. di , ,
BISHOP TRUST CO.. LTD.
tlon will have the following horse-
ft.nwti flnatn In linn. TIia njamial
,::,: " T"; " ", i .K.Vnm.hn
tranlng department of the Komeha-
meno ocnoois.t a noai; typical oi man-
.., trnlnlnr tntt KatnAhatnAhn
jsnl (rntnlnv. !
a,h,a n't ron,.an,in, ,hB .,.
rndugtrjr. ,hft NormaI. School, a float
,... ,i iv,.. .. o. t.i.
CollPCB. n fl0t l wh ch'i'band' will
-, - -. -,
piled science; tho grade public
schools of this cltv will have an au-
tomobllo float representing Progress
fading Hawaii; Oahu College and
Ioan College will both enter a float.
,n addition to this. lolanl College
aaa ja-- . .Ill .
""J" "PJ2L."!? "?.
he lit the school section, as It will
compote for a prize.
The1 entries of tho horse-drawn
flndla 111 Aftmnalita ia (ta na In
known, the following: B. F. Ehlers
. n n.. .. n. n r... .i..
iiuuvo nin vuiillfl inc. pw lii i.i to
CUD Fort simrter. Chinese, Drltlsh,
rMnnV,,, ai... riB.' nr.H.h
Herman. Portueuese. Hawaiian and
Tho float to. represent Great Drlt-
aln .will bo In.chargo of the Scottish
ThlctlA rlii1, .Th. (tnmm n.n an
Merchant Street! 'I , ',
'Space and Time have been annihi
lated by the
On Sunday moraines the offioo is
open from eight until ten o'clock.
J. II. FIddcs, Robert Cotton Sr.. J.
Walker. This will be a very Una en-
a many of tho costumes have
sent for from San Francisco.
QonBUl Forster nnd George Davles
have taken a great Interest In this
a favorite entry and ;a close rlvnl ol
the Chinese and Ilritlt.;. floats.
The automobile floats which ihave
been entorcd up to dateare as fol
lows: Kalmukl Improvement Club,
the Pacific Club, the Commercial
Club, the Japanese Merchants' As
sociation. Press car, Trent Trust Co.,
lne c01leBa nlumm " tms c,tyare
,0 bi we repre8onted in the narade.
The college alumni of this city are
The f0iowine have slznlhed their
.. ... - . . - V
iniennons or entering ,aecoraiea
qX college graduates
oahu Co,le.Ke graduates.
cars: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and
A tnnnn Ka I nA ludlii n t mitntnnlilla
.".'? " .V"" ""lYl""."!"01 a c"" ln lne sVal or tew jer
uwuciB in iuyyii wnu iiuve B1K11111VU
their Intenilos of entering a car are
the following: J. A. McLean, Mrs.
J. M. Dowsett, H. F. Wlchman, J. A.
Oilman, M. F. Prosser, Allan Her
i,r. .. i. r iru.tnm. n. n Kin.
. .. m ur.i... ....
Th bicvclB division will bo far
dwynead of preWois years
MF Peter who has had charceo
ifc',. '...,., k. u.&i..... .......
The fish section of This division will
U. TIWIW a SaaU Siaaaaay4 v "ll
ue especiuny goou. , Attorneys fdr Mrs. Caroline B.
I Thfl nn.11 rlftarn tflll h. Smnnp thn'xrnrttn mnfhat nf ihn vIMIm fra
best of the women riders ln the Is-
lands. Each' will wear the old-stylo
7"!' rt.i, f
Charles R, Frazler, chairman of
the committee, reports that thonum-
ber of floats and entries this year
will be twice that ot any previous phlnc, disproves the theory that she
year. Lowers & Cooko, Hu'staco, wns-murdercd by drowning In'a bath
Peck & Co., and the Honolulu Con-'tub, and brings the suicide accusa-
rr(.- "'" "Vn,rr",1""
. - . .
number ot horses and' wagons to be
converted Into floats, many of which
will be used In tho school section.
i ,Tho committee, of this year's Flor
al Day Parade has pald'Vartlcular,
regard to the photographing ot the
decorated automobiles, and have re
ceived the hearty cooperation of the
photographers of this city. Inside
the Hotel street entrance to the, Cap
itol grounds a section will be roped
off In which only photographers
wearing official badges, will be al
lowed. a In return for this favor the pho-,
tographers have agreed to furnish
the committee, free of charge, copies
of all the photographs they hava
taken on that day for use, ln tho al
bum which Is kopt as a record.
l " '
I Sho--Of course, I'm not as old ns
'you think I am.
I Hc--I ;hopo not I moan you can't
jbo that-Is how old aro you?
New Casts '
For an extra good quality of SCRIM CURTAIN; corn color
Only a few pairs. See sample in our windows.
J Hopp & Co.,
(Your Credit Wfidif'
Let Your Next Pay
Start a Savings Account by depos
iting one dollar or more, and let
eaoh succeeding pay day find, this
btereat will be paid you at the
rata at four and one-half per, cent,
per annum, compounded semi-an-aaallf.
SEX HOW QUICKLY YOUR
SAVINGS WILL OR0W
Bank of Hawaii.
Capital aid Surplus, $1,000,000
DENY THAT AIDING IN
.SUICIDE IS CRIME
Counsel for Three Elderly Women
Defendants in Snead Case Hope
for Release. - . , .
NEW YORK, Jan. 28. Insisting
that aiding and abetting a sulcldo is
7 . t . . -
soy, .counsel for.thejhree women In1
the Snead case, nowlu Jail awaiting
trial for causing; the death ot Ocey W.I
M. Snead, the ICast Orange bathtub
victim, are taking steps to free .the
elderly prisoners. Today the New
Jersey prosecuting authorities found
on file a demurrer to the Indictment
against the women, and propared to
combat it when, it, ls moved, as antl-
mV Court'.' " " """ ""
Mary Snead, mother-in-law of tho
victim, nnd Miss Virginia Wardlaw,,
the dead girl's aunt, the three pris
oners under indictment, declare that
recent finding by a chemist that tho
dead woman's body contained mor-,
lion to the front. Precedents aro
cited In the demurrer for the claim
that, there Is no crime In sulcldo,
or In aiding a suicide, under the.
New Jersey laws".
Tho attorneys declare"' that If for
mer decisions are upheld the prose
cutor will either .have to bring a di
rect, charge ot murder or free the
three 'women, who have now been',
held for several weeks without ball.
. a i !
A lynching was, averted at Granite
City, 111., recently when Mrs. Hendricks,-mother
of a girl of 11, who Bald
eho was attacked by"a .white man, per
suaded Judgo Rlggs to glvo the bus- '
pect his liberty. Tho man escaped
tho mob by loavlng the Jail by a rear
A 7-year-old clilld with hair as gray
as that of on old woman Is attracting
tho attention ot physicians at Atchison,
Kas. Recently Fred" Jones, while flay
ing In a hay loft, foil thirty feet and
tho fright so acted upon his nervous
system that his hair began to turn
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