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UESDAY APRIL 26, 1910
Thcrc arc a few clergymen who It Is a safe prediction that Fed
nake more noise about reform than era! Grand Jury Investigations will
ill the rest of us put together, and develop no Improper relntlons lie
do less of it than any other body of tween the Sugnr Trust and the Sug
men I know. Mayor Gaynor of New ar Factors' Company ns regards
York. I the marketing of raw sugar. It Is
i . . i a dead open anil shut situation, Tho
nnn wiiii ..., ,iit, .ko.i Thnn. Trust buss our sugar and nays tho
.".lliirn t rliln In n linllnnn. n.nl hn' market llflco for It. If tllC Grand
SAiiilorBon Grace's personal Inter
sis deem to requite his undivided
Jury will dlscoNer whether the Trust
manipulates our market price, It will
settle a problem on which the Ho-
l r.olulu public has been figuring for
Perhaps $100 n clip for chauf-
Ifenrs who "take n wheel off" tho less
Ingllo pedestrians will do somo good.
(vAb soon ns Russians nro treated
exactly ns they deserve under the
.laws of the land, the problem of.
Ideal I n g with thoni will disappear.
?Now that a newspaper expedition
finis started out, 'jl5u mny rest as-
pmrcd Hint tho public will know
whether Mount McKlnlcy is Impossi
fblo or not.
Couldn't Komeone start n good live-
Jly'suffrngotto row on Us way In this
f'clty and let It mix un with the bunch
t of' other troubles Hawaii Is In fur
ruuuiig uiu enr;
.Governor Hughes is a good man for
Etha .Supreme Court of tho United
Ktntcs, but many will wonder why
IflioTqtilt executive work when thero Is
laoTniucli tu bo done In Ills own State.
lit Is rather an interesting com-
, mentary that whenever the Prohlbl-
tmlt that they expect It to be prompt
fly rciognlred us un-American,
, iiiciiiury null wiicumui me
t!oii forces propose one of th
a.tT.iry hobbles of regulation
.Number nniong the "good things"
(the man who lets go his Honolulu
Lliivcstmcnts on nciount of listening
Ktqi'cvcr.y Bogey-man story ho hears
fubout tho future of (ho place. He
jwlll not need to lle long to re
." iiiot-o iivo unttcu states senators
.tpught not to ao any troublo In
Minding out- how tho third degree Is
worked, if nny of them had anything
ito do with discovering how Senator
LQuay used to shako the plum trco for
fPennsylvnula friends. ,
'Opposition companies In the Ho-j
Inplulu-Snn Francisco steamslilp bust
What to do with the Ilusslans who
prefer to tile rather than go to work
lU-appareutly causing officials a great
tlenl of worry because they approach
I tho question by such roundabout
''the Russians are healthy, husky,
inlsguld(J persons who hao had
their .opportunity. Thty have re
fused to accept It. They prefer
squalor ta decency.
Somo "have thus made of them
selves oluntary vagrants. They
should be treated ns vagrants by the
city officials, the Territorial officials
and the United States officials.
That means deportation for those
v. lio become a public charge on the
If the nollce authorities will do
their duty In such Individual cases
nu rnniA in their Attention. WQ b0-
llove that tho demonstration' will b'o'
much more offectlvo oil the minds
of those not natural vagra'ntB than
such measures as have been Insti
tuted for 'the past six weeks.
There n're laws In this Territory
for people who will not work, who
beg, who sell their families to prac
tises of prostitution. Those laws
should be applied to such of the Ilus
slans as como within their operation;
not because these people nro Rus
sians, but because thoy are residents
of tho Territory of Hawaii and must
abldo by tho laws of the land. '
This backing and filling, and de
claiming and threatening and molly
coddling. Is all bcsldo the mark.
Enforce tho laws ngalnst vagrnntB.
Have an end of tho public paying
th expenses; of people able to work
Send those who will not obey the
law back to tho homes whence they
came. That must bo done eventually.
Tho sooner tho Ilusslans nro treat
ed with the same consideration that
is given the .citizen who will not
work and the resident of any other
nationality who will not work, tho
managers of these big corporate en
terpfHos want to bo told under what
conditions and along what lines of
procedure they may contlnuo to do'
business. Thnt is why these two
trust cases nro so Important and why
the decision is nwalted with so much
concern. I do not think that any
of us who are most Interested care
n rye straw whether tho decision ns
settling a piece of litigation Is for
or against thVs government," or for
or against tho two trusts. What Is
asked of tho court now Is n clear and
simple definition of principles (hat
nro now vague and an exploration
of ground as jet uncovered by final
Judicial review and decision."
The proceedings ngalnst tho Stand
ard Oil Company were begun In tho
October of 190C, Mr, Justlco Moody
being then tho Attorney-General.
The proceedings against tho Ameri
can Tobacco Company were begun in
the July of 1907. Doth litigations,
therefore, are Inheritances that have
come down to the Tnft admtnlstrn
tlou from its predecessor. The soou
er tho Supreme Court authoritative'
ly construes the law and dissipates
the thick fog of doubt now overhang'
Ing them, the better for all Interests
concerned, public and private alike.'
Following tho death of Justice
Ilrewer, Washington correspondents
devoted considerable space to rumors
cdrrent on how the members of tho
court stood. We do not know that
an one can speak with reasonable au
thority on what would have been tho
result had Justice Ilrewer lived.
Is certain, however, that the division
of opinion is sufficiently close to
make Justice Hughes a very Import
ant factor In shaping tho history of
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Buy a Lot
At the entrance to
Beautiful Manoa Valley
Is Honolulu's choicest suburb. Build
ing restrictions prevent cheap shacks
and. undesirable neighbors. Is close
to Punahou school, Manv of the lots
are nearly one-half. aero, in area.
Prices are from $640 per lot up.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
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BY NEW LINE
(Continued from Page 1.)
trallan ports to Hrltlsh 'Columbia by
way of tho Atlantic.
Tho Now Zealand Shipping Com
pany, Limited, has intcred into a
contract with tho Canadian Govern
ment to load 'Steamers from the east
ern Canadian ports to Austrnlla and
New Zealand. These steamers will
load monthly and discharge nt Mel
bourne, Sydney, Auckland, Welling
ton, I.yttclton, and Dunedln. It. Is
proposed to load at Montreal In the
summer, nnd nt St, John'B In the wit
ter, and the first BtcamerB to be dis
patched will be the llakala, from
Montreal, on May 14, and Whnka
tanf, from Montreal, tin June IS,
Thlf will bo a purely Ilritlsh line,
and Inaugurated by alt Australasian
Tho Makura ai rived off tho port
at S o'clock this morning an was
soon alongsldo the Alakea street
wharf. A score of passengers left
the vessel at Honolulu.
There Is considerable cargo being
discharged at the port, amounting
to threo hundred tons, and It in
cludes shipments of 03 cases .Urn, 25
cases Gutter, GTd cases onions, 29U
bags onions, 1203 bags dried blood,
2 bags grass seed, 930 bags sulphate
of ammonia, 3G cases matches, 4
crates frozen rabbits, S4 oases canned
meats, 11 packages sundiles.
Among the passengers for Hono
lulu was James A. Wilder, who loft
for a round trip to Australia last
February. He reports huving great
ly enjoyed tho trip to the great
C. M. Graham of tho monthly Par
adise of tho Tactile mado a round
trip on tho Makura and will leave
tho vessel at this port.
Tho Makura is scheduled to Hall for
Vancouver at 9 o'clock th's evening.
THREE FINE LOTS
HIGH AND SIGHTLY
If you are looklnpfor something
uuuu, nere s a bargain.
PRICE, $ 1000.00 FOR THE THREE
Bishop Trust Company,
Office open Sunday mornings from
8 to 10.
: better for tho Russians, and tho bet-
UIIIBUIII UUOl-l II I
Jness will imprpvo tho accommoda-"J ia B '' j
ftlon given the traveling -public II v
they will arrnngo (heir sailing dates:
jHoius to glvo tho pcoplo hero a pas
Konger steamer overy ton or twolve
days. It would appear thnt such an
fnrruiigement should be profitable!
to those operating the' ships. It Is
Ito' he hoped, that the day Is not far
distant when Honolulu will have at
least one steamship a week carrying
Ipnsscngors between this port anil
ISan rrnnclsco tha(.( ran be depended
on. Then the through steamers will
sbo "so much to tho good."
Kt'Tho children who play tlddlewlnks
nnd talk about Danny Webster's dltr
tloiiary In Thurston's "Kools' Parn
tflSio" are usually loft to themselves
In1 pointing. out what the other fel
low said which .ho might not liavo
said, Hut the following Is such an
n'muostn exhibit of the fool and his
Kiinio that it Is quite worth noticing.
Th'ls Important announcement up-
Ipcared in the morning paper as a ca-
SAN rilANCISCO, April 25.
-Chief Justlcn I.nwlor of the
State Supremo Court, Justice
I'lckort concurring, 1ms denied
the motion of tho defense to
dismiss tho graft Indictments
against former President Cal-
,'-lioun, of tho United ltallwaja,
rnml . against others Involved in
'the supervisorial scandal.
faitdge I.awlor Is'not Chief Justice,
I nnd Klckei t wns recently elected
Jiojeciitlng nttornoy for tho city nf
aan jrancisco. as a (inrivci jiiuir
luct from a J 'Tools' Paradise," the
cable has np suporior.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
SOCIETY READY FOR
BIQ YACHT BENEFIT
(Continued from Pa?e 1)
their yacht In thorough order nnd lp
tho best of trim to compete with thu
otner ossein entered tor tho race,
somo of which nro being financed by
tho Ixs Angeles Chamber of Com
merce. The yncht club still owes homo
11200. Tho monfcy received froni
these society vaudeville, performances
will bo strictly devoted to preparing
tho Hauall for tho coming speed con
tost and villi In no enso bo devoted to
wards liquidating tho present Indebt
edness of tho' club,
It speaks well for tho ladles of this
city, when tho best talent that can bo
obtained Is given ungrudgingly nnd
without any remuneration whatever.
With such names on tho program as
Mrs. Stephen Norton Hobo, Miss I.ln
domnn, MIsb Mario Kenny, Mrs. liar
vey.ntdcr. Miss Margaret Center, Miss
Helen Wood I-atlirop, and n host of
other well-known vocal and Instru
mental artists, tho biicccss of tho en
tertainment has been assured,
"Tho (rans-Pnclflc yacht race Is ono
ui mo ui'Bi pruiiiuiiuu bcuuiuen, us HI
ovent of this nattiro reaches tho gen
eral public," so stated William II. Me
Inerny this morning to a Bulletin
In continuation Mr. Mcincrny said;
"Tho. money wo ralso for this purpose
Is not gent away from hero, mil ox
ponded locally. Not only that, thero
ato fouroutsldo yachts already entered
nnd with tho Hnwnll flvo yachts havo
boon assured for this race.
"Hstlmatlng from past experiences,
tho visiting ynchta Bpen.t at tho very
least (500 each. Four yachts at $500
each' would mako a total of $2000. This
community by Blmply putting In local
circulation a Bum of $1500 or $1000
will actually receive back In mainland
coin nt least $2000, to any nothing' of
(ho advertising feature. In other
words: by nn expenditure for promo
tlon wo have n greater amount of out
side capital, distributed In tho city.
"Regarding tho yncht Hawaii Sho
enters this race under entirely differ
ent circumstances from tho Inst race.
I-ant tlmo sho had Just ono week's
trial from tho building ways, when bIio
wns put lit the race. Slnco then wo
havo made very careful Btudy of tho
art or Balling her. Sho wn aji Innova
tion here, a design with which nono of
tho local people wcro famlllpr.
"It has taken us two years to learn
how to trim tho Hawaii nnd how to
Ball her. Wo havo changed tho ar
rangement of her ballnst completely,
distributing a large portion of It to her
bilges, and removing nearly six tons.
This hns demonstrated some of our
mistakes and In all recent trial she
has defeated cverj thing locally.
"Thero seems to bo a mistaken Im
pression abroad that this yacht was
not flnhhcd ac" rdlng to tho Crowning"
shield dCBlgn. which Is absolutely
wrong. Sho Is built to absolute, scnlo
and design nnd thero Is no fcaturo In
tho boat from her keol to her topmasX
that is not absolute.
"Sho Is by far tho finest racing
yacht on tho Pacific today, which fact
Is 'admitted by every yachtsman famil
iar vtlth "-"'cm design. Her sail area
we havo f 1" i thoroughly with lifer
designer 1 "Mug for n tlmo that sho
was possll under-ennvassed. Hut
Mr. Crown hlod hns clearly demon
strated to , that wo nro mlstakon
and th" i .joiio who ndvances this
theory ihows his Ignorance, of the de
sign of the boat.
HUGHES AND THE TOT CASES,
Governor Hughe of New York
goes to tlio supreme court or tno
United States at one of the most crit
ical periods In the history of our
The decision of tho court on tho
famous Tobacco Trust nnd Standard
Oil canes will have a tremendous In
fluence on the future of pur country,'
although the decision can not' now
be reached by the court until tho
latter part of this year or well into
Shortly after the death of Justice
Ilrewer the court restored these cases
to the docket for rca'rgumcnt. .Thh
occasioned considerable surprise on
the part of tho Attorney-denernl, bb
well as the attorneys defending, and
was generally disappointing. Tho
litigant companies naturally want to
Know "where they uro at"; so, for
quite different ransom, do President
Tatt apd the Attorney-General. Con
gress, too, Is Intorested. Thpre Ik a
general expectation in Washington
that, 'for good or 111, the Supremo
Court's Judgments In these cases will
be momentous Judgments, affecting
powerfully not alono the tlmej that
now are but also the times thnt are
to come. One of the great lawyers
Is quoted In the New York Post's spe
cial correspondence from Washington
"Wo nro looking to tho Supremo
Court to lay down a broad lino and
efty to the great Industrials that they
'must not overstep this boundary. The
MANOA VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele-1 '
vation I f .$4000
MANOA VALLEY Two -story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine view. House mod
ern, grounds well improved $5500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We have two bar-
gains in building sites $950 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes . . . . , .
$3000 and $3500
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Furnished; to leaie
for a term of years. Good opportunity for the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for'neriods of four to six
months. Rentals $60 to $100 per month
Fort and Merohant Streets
WICHMAN & CO. make n
specialty of fine copper plate
and die work.
Orders ' for 'Wedding and
Reception Invitations may
safely be left with Wichman
& Co,, 'with 'the' assurance
that the brcter will receive
careful and prompt attention,
and be executed in correct
Si Co.. Ltd.,
The most fashion
able of all low shoes
this season is' the
PLAIN PUMP with
either Ribbon or'
IN NEW YORK
this particular style
is worn by the Swell
est and Most Fastidi
ous Dressers. Scarcely
a strap pump is to be
seen on Fifth Avenue.
The plain pump with
out straps is so popu
lar, because it ii so
difficult to make with
out gaping on the
sides, that only goo'd
shoemakers can get
them right, and mak
ers of cheap shoes have
to give, up the attempt.
In consequence you can
not find plain pumps
in stores that cater, to
the inexpensive grades,'
We have just received
for this season
NEW PUMPS FOR
$4.50 AND ,$5
That absolutely cling
to the foot without
slipping or gaping, and
when you buy a, pair,
vou may rest assured
that you are shod cor
rectly by a style not
worn by the multitude.
We have just receiv
ed a number of the
new lines in
VAMPS, High Arched
Lasts; Cuban Heels,
WHITE BUCK, and
$4.56 and $5
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd:
1051 Fort Street
Mr. Crownlngsbleld explained to tho1
members of tho Hawaii Yacht Club
commltteo that the Hawaii could not
bo canvassed llko a Ashing or a coast
ing schooner; that when you,, burled
her forward ou retarded her progress
and that In a raco before tho wind
every sal) must bo bellied In order thnt
sho may llfo forward.
"Her fatluro to win last year's rac6
has been oially explained nnd knowing
our mistakes at that tlmo wo ara pre
pared to bring the Hawaii across tho
lino a winner. When tho I.urllne was
first built, It was a long tlmo before
her owners could develop any speed In
her. When they first learned her
points sho demonstrated herself a very
fast boat nnd tho siuno applies to the
"Wo don't belleto thnt our people
will allow tho tranB-Paclflo jacht race
to fall by tho wayside. Wo believe
that thoy aro loo patriotic, and whllo
as a community no do much for our
poor and our needy, let's onco In a
whllo havo a Mt(lo clean and honest
Bport. It has been mighty encouraging
to tho commltteo to havo had tho
ladles and gentlemen performing to
night' render their services free. It
shows that somo ono el so besides our
sbes Is Interested In this ovent. While
this Is tho first of a sorlso of efforts
at financing this raco, we hopo that
ovoryono will lend their mlto. by buy
ing a $1 ticket, bolng a party to thn
raco, booming tho Hawaii and helping
tho committee In Its work.-
Tho following In, tho program of
omenta that will materialize at tho
"yacht night" benegt tonight at the
fancy Danco "Spanish" .,,,.
Miss Margaret Center
"Curios" (Adapted, from tho Gcr-
man) Mr. Rudolph Muller
Solo.. .....Mrs. Stephen .Norton Hobo
Irish Songs Mr. Philip Hall
Solo Miss Llndcman
Fcaturo Film: .
Sketch "A Stolen Visit."
(a) "Thoro's Nothing Elso In Ufo
I!kq Lovq.jLovo, Lovo."
Miss Mario Kenny and Mr,
(b) "At tho Transpacific Itacb."
Miss Mario Kenny.
Sotig ''That's Mo".. Mr. WIIIam Korr
Speclnlty ....'. ...- .'
Charles E. Royal and
Solo-r'-If I Were on the Slage'
Miss Helen Woo'd I.athrop.
Selections Quaker City Quartet
Accompanists Mrs. v. J. Unueman,
in ourc Savings , Department,
and this interest is com
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus:
n. m. and the norformancii will
't Mrs' Allcrf Brown, MIsb Ada Wibdes, commence promptly at 8 o'clocJffr-
MIbs Alice WIckstrum, Miss Pcarf Lit
tlojohn. Obllgato Dr. Carl Ramus.
Tho patroncsBos for tho evening will
bo: Mrs. J. P, Cooko, Mrs. C. S.-Hol-loway,
Mrs. C-eorKo RpdlCK, Mrs, Jno.
8. Fuller, Mrs.' E. xf Jones', Mrs. S.
M. Damon, Mrs. E. ID. Torirtoy, MrB.
0. Q. Wilder. Mrs. B. V, Dillingham.
Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mrs.Corwln P.
Rccs. Mrs. Alonzo Cartliy,,Mrs. Per
Ioy L. Home, Mrs. C. Du Rol, Mrs. F.
J. Lowrey, Mrs. A. F. Wall, Mrs. John
McCleilan, Mrs. L. A. Thurston, Mrs.
Frank Halstead, Mrs. S. C. Allon, Mrs.
Jasfl E. Jaeger, Mrs. F. W. Macfar
lane, .Mrs., A,' A, Wilder. Mrs. Job. D.
DonghertyJjrs.jChas. B. Cooper, Mrs.
Geo., Herbert, MrBJ J. M. Rlggs, Mrs.
EL J. Waterman, Mrs. Harold Castle,
Mrs. F. W. KlemthbMrs.. A. Falke.
Mrs". Geo. C. Bcckloy, Mrs; Q, F. Bush,
Mrs. J. M, Dowsctt, Mrs, ''Herman
Focko, Mrs. E, A. Jlott-Smlth, Mrs. O.
R. Renton. Mrs. Chas. T. Wilder MrB.
W. F, Frear, Mrs". F. L. Waldro'n, Mfs.
Marston Campbell, Mis. J, Rl Gait.
MrB. F. A. Schaefer lt
Owing to tho lengthy nroKrant.''tho
doors will bo open to the pub1loHat
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