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RVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1L, WEDNESDAY, AW.. 27, 1910
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per hAg been very slow to ta'to tho
Prohibition li tlie Issue. Not tho.
liquor dealers nor tho Minora nor
the churches nor tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
nor the Advertiser.
The present "duty of those whonro
working for Prohibition Is tn show
why the people of this Territory
should Baddle themselves with some
thing that they don't need, for which
they did not ask, but which a minor
ity of extremists attempted to so
crctly force upon them through nn
action of Congress.
MAY-DAY FETE AT AINAHAU.
Catered ftt tht PmtofGce at Ilooolaln
u second-clus mitler.
.APRIL 27, 1910
nl n?nrJ nu 4tiinr onrl a wall
hUU WUIU1 U4V. tlllltgoa "W iMUi
UK drop of ink,
Falling, like dew, upon a thought,
PThat which makes thousands.
haps millions, think.
illc .Rood tu the census man.
can't help It.
fcrho "city benutlfill"
compared with the
Is not tu bo
Il'rtim Depow to Hoosetelt would
Ijjojn rocrsal of the subljmc to tho
EThoro doesn't seem to be nny
doubt of what President Taft thinks
ffjifTMr. Unlllnger and his friends.
eTwonty-threo men Indicted for In-
fcltlng lcbolllnn In Cuba have nt
lieast tho hoodoo number.
' It will bo interesting to learn
yow many compose tho league that
its' giving Murderer Anderson Grace
ftfucli n long lease on liberty.
tflulng to Europe to lecture Is
iiuicli more comfortable than a trip
itp tho South Pole. No one blames
Peary for changing his mind.
Honolulu U making a good start
jftpwnrd glvingJhe jncht Hawaii u
good scmi-orr. j ust Kcop up me
jiaco and our boys rnn't full to win.
I-ook ocr tho list of outgoing pas-
Lnilrtai-a mi tit',, nf t It a lninl flfnnnii
.vviibl U ( W US. iJ w.Mt
,' 'ships and jtm can understand why
; retail trade Is dulj If,. the residents
- rrn tint rpuliirpil livL.lnurlHlft
Police authority should cover tho
aso at tho Hussion who prefers to
become a churgeviipou tho communi
ty. Why should Itusslans be except
ed when citizens nre "run in"?
como of promoters and others with
get-rich-quick propositions on tho
If the pcoplo who have tho great
est amount of money In theso home
enterprises will take the llttlo fel
low Into consideration once In a
while, they will find themselves do
ing the Investors and the Territory
generally a good turn. Tho ultra
conson alive position of so many of
our excellent business men does
more harm than good in tho long
run. They do not want to speak
too enthusiastically for fear some
ono will lnest ami then, on account
of encountering circumstances im
possible to foresee, hold them re
sponsible for a loss. Meanwhile, the
promoter of tho proposition that Is
great on paper is getting In his
Work and dragging tho dollars out
of Honolulu banks and Honolulu
lockets, dollars that will never re
turn. It Is possible to become so
conson ntlve as to tip over back
Honolulu needs more of outspoken
confidence in Hawaii arid all that It
possesses today or plans for the fu
ture among' the leaders In finance
(Continued from Page 1.)
other tokons of tho Spring season.
On one of these festho occasions,
Henry VIII. assembled his court nt
Shooter's HUh and Queen Elizabeth
also used to keep "May Games" nt
Greenwich. The Maypole, onco fix
ed; often remained until nearly tho
end of the year; an! thcro wore
some specially made of durable
wood, which rcmnlncd for many
ears. and were from time to time
resorted to nt other seasons of fcs-l
tlvlty. The last Maypole erected In
London, 100 feet In height, was on
the spot where tho church In the
Strand now stands, ne.ir 8omcrsot
The modern celebration of May
Day has changed somewhat In form,
but the spirit remains. Tho cele
bration arranged for next Saturday
will bo on a far more elaborate scalo
and of far wider public Interest than
any other ever attempted In the Is
lands. Tho beautiful grounds of
Ainahau, In themselves a Bight well
worth seeing, will be transformed to
a most festive appearance. It Is ex
pected that practically the entire
society of Honolulu will turn out
to witness this celebration, and tho
Trent Trust Co.. Ltd.
Buy a !Lot
College Hill Tract
. At the entrance to
Beautiful Manoa Valley
Is Honolulu's choicest suburb. Build
in? restrictions prevent cheap shacks
and undesirable neighbors. Is close
to Punahou school. Manv, of the lots
aro nearly one-half aero in area.
Prices are from $640 per lot up.
Ti-ent Trust Co., Ltd.
THREE FINE LOTS-
HIGH AND SIGHTLY
If vou are lookine for something
members of tho Art League have set GOOD, here's a bargain.
about to give everyone a treat
Amqng the pretty features ar
ranged for Is n bewitching scene
nbout tho Maypolo. Mrs. Mary Gunn
will take charge of this feature and
have a group of her trained dancers,
composed of pretty children from the
leading families of the city, perform
the beautiful Maypole dance. The
dance will be given twlco during tho
ntternoon once at 3:30, and again
fall In line nulckly enough, once tho
pneo Is set by tho more powerful
business and financial elements. And
a ' wll be better off ns a result of It.
PRICE, $1000.00 FOR THE THREE
Ofllce open Sunday mornings from
8 to 10.
Bishop Trust Company,
THE PROHIBITION GAME.
Tho Hulfctln, which, though
It has not taken any definite
attitude on tho subject yet, is
supposed to lie representing the
llqUdi' "dealers. Advertiser.
1 ...nt..... t.. t .. lnn..i ..n nfl.. f I. a
,jblL inuncj 19 HI iuvih-ii Ul mt -im
taxos are paid, It is aUo probable
that tho 'lawnB will not turn green
uftcr tho water rate has been raised
to help out tho "suffering water
.Judging from what Mr. Taft has
paid of the trials .and trlbulatrTins
of.'a I'resldent.&no (would not clfts
ujUrnnsfcr of responsibility to the
Supremo Court us a defeat. To
proporly complete the part, he
should put on the Taft smile tfnd
aay, "Go It, boys,"
Prohibition or not furnishes the Is-i
Bue for tho oicctlon three moninai
IIiahiia .1 nt ttilAtlltrntlr ltll
JiCiSVU, JWIll UVIJ III lUlltfiVtl ! Mll-i
nnn tutiui inba lni finflli1ntn lii. tfin "-
lucthnds adopted to bring about n
ctiiiugo In Hawalt'B laws and its
whole status us n self-governing
community, while tho people were
' SPEAKING FOR HAWAII'S
Honolulu would hold more of Its
lown money if tho men connected
with tho large industries of the Ter
ritory would give out such state-
snouts as tho Interview which Mr. J.
Ir.'CooKo furnished to this paper In
icoSinectlon with tho work going on
KdKor come reason the people of this
flown jlnd It easier to knock their
low ii outerprisca than to boost them.
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VJ1U illoU Ulll'B' UIU tMU 1UKI1 UUU i
Jtijahls paragraph Is to be found
anexempflflca'tlon of the method of
Prohibitionist madnefs. They can no
more keep nwny from It than a fish
can live out of water.
The It u 1 1 c 1 1 n Is not now and
never has""been In .favor of Prohibi
tion. TtieVll u 1 1 e t f u Is not now
and neverTias been In favor of gov
ernment by a "few of us" In the Ter
ritory of Hawaii. Consequently tho
people who are In faor of nnd striv
ing to bring about Prohibition and
government by n "few of us" assume
that the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Is represent
ing the liquor dealers.
That's the way the Proh'bltlon
campaigners always go at It. Any
one who has nn opinion not exactly
In lino with theirs Is reprercntlng
tho liquor dealers or the saloon or
tho dlvo or the devil or anything
that happens to represent that which
Is, in the estimation of tho Prohibi
tionist, something evil.
The II u 1 1 o 1 1 n belloves In tho
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i.r l proper control or tne liquor irai'
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uc. Experience nil" ""' su"i ""
Prohibition comes-any whoro near ac
complishing this object, unless Il
licit manufacture la private stills
nnd Illicit traffic carried on In vari
ous tjpes pi "blind ilgs" may by
any system of misrepresentation be
classed as control.
Prohibition Is to the control of
the liquor traffic what the "hell flro'
religion of our ancestors Is to tho
trend of thought o'f the prosont day.
It may have served Ha purpose, but
it does not now fit the situation, and
more especially Is this true In a cos
mopolltan community Uko that In
which we live, for Prohibition U not
synomymous with Temperance.
Most every person reaches his con
elusion on these matters In his pwn
way; no two exactly alike. Tho Pro
hibitionists tell jou theie is only
one way theirs. Hut the day has
and Industry., The little fellows wllljnt ;30- Following tho dance there
will be a crowning of the May
Queeni In which the" members of the
College Club, in costumes of tho days
of Chaucer, will participate.
Punch and Judy, the oldest Lead
ers of tho boards as comedians and
tragedians, will have a show of their
own on the grounds, nnd thera will
lie somo modern features for the day
in tho nature of a fish pond nnd n
grab bag, and a track over which
tho juveniles may ride burrobnek.
The burros are warranted kind and
gentle ami accustomed to children.
For the elder children nnd the
younger grown-ups, a palmist win
bo present to unravel the future and
peer Into the cloud of romlui; events,
having power of especially ood div
ination In the way of future hus
bands and coming brides.
Souvenirs of the occasion, of espe
cially unique value, are to be auto
graphed ribbons, signed by Her Ma
jesty Queen I.llluokalanl; photo
graphs of the Ainahau bir.iyan, made
famous by Stevenson's potlc'. prnlso,
each photograph to have printed be
neath the words of the pcom, and
tinted and Illustrated copied of Mrs.
Walter F. Frear's poems of Hawaii,
signed by tho gifted nuthorets. "My
Islands," one of these gems of crso,
Is regarded by maqy as tho most
beautiful poem of Hawaii ever
The fete begins at 2 o'clock on
Saturday ntternoon, nnd will bo kept
up through the afternoon. Ainahau
Is opposite tho Moana Hotel, Wal
klkl, the entrance being just oppo
site the street-car station for the
hotel. Those In charge of the fete,
for the Kllohana Art League, under
whose auspices It Is given, aro
Orounds Hon. A. S. Cle;horn,
Mm. Schnefer and Mrs. John V. Oil
Finance A. Hartley, Mrs. Gait
and Miss A. Mclntyro.
Entertainment Mr. Henry Hick-
nell, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. Schoefur and
Publicity Chas. V Frnzlcr, Mrs.
Marshall and MrB. Hendrlck.
Uootlis E. A. P. Newcorab, Mrs?
Dillingham and Mrs. E. A. Mott-
Cnndy Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs. J.
Oilman and Mrs. J. P. Cooke.
Ice Cream Mrs. Newcomb, IVs
Corwln P. Ilecs and Mrs. C. du Itol.
Flow'ers Mrs. Clgnoux, Mrs.
Alex. Lindsay and Miss Vera Damon.
Tea and Coffee Mrs. Coustabel,
Sirs. Talk and MrB. Straub.
Souvenirs Miss Anna Ward, Miss
'Orucc nobertson and A. It. Ourrey
Children's Fishpond Mn. Mar
stan Campbell, Mrs. Drew and Mrs,
Art Museum Mrs. E. A. Jones,
Olpsy Camp Mrs. P. II. Frear?
MrB. F. E. Stccro and Mm W. J.
Lemonade Mrs. C. Dootli, Mrs. U.
W. It. King nnd Mrs. Wal .cr Hoff
mann; Admission to the grounds will be:
Adults, TiOcj children, 2Gc Tickets
may bo secured at the various book
stores, nt Dergstrora Music Co. and
from members oi the Art League,
LOOKING FOR SHERIFF'S JOB.
(Continued from Page 1.)
well by i.nme and by acquaintance,
refused to dlBclosa tneir names, when
interviewed. He raid It would Bpolt
his chances of receiving the nomina
tion, If ho were to give out their
Parker, It Is reported, Iibb been ns-
surcd of tho support of many well
known citizens of Honolulu.
Politically, Parker Is said to be
getting in touch with the laboring
cln&s. He Is holding conferences
with a certain number of Inbor lead
crs who. It Ib said, aro working for
his Interests. The captain, of course,
declines to say anything about all
Jarrett Not Af -id of Parker.
That Sherlf. Jnrrctt is not afraid
of Parker, politically, is said to be
the general expression of the friends
of the shorlff. Whether Jarrett him
self has made such a statement could
not be verified. He Is busy nown-
dajK chasing up Grace, the murder
er, and hence his side of the story
can not ' r ' ilued.
According i his friends, It Is re
marked tuu bo only man they aro
afraid of I .ndrew Cox, the super
visor. Tin claim that Tarker. If
nominated ..c the Republican conven
The most fashion
able of all low shoes
this season is the
PLAIN PUMP with
cither 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 is so
difficult to make with
out gaping on ' the
sides, that only good
shoemakers can get
them right, and mak
ers of cheap shoes have
to give up the attempt.
In consequence you can
not rind plain pumps
in stores that cater to
the inexpensive grades.
We have-just received
for this season
NEW PUMPS FOR
$4.50 AND $6
That absolutely cling
to the foot without
slipping or gaping, and
when you buy a pair,
vou may rest assured
that you arcahod cor
rectly by a style not
worn by the multitude.
Wc have just receiv.
ed a number of the
new lines in
VAMPS, High Arched
Lasts, Cuban Heels.
WHITE BUCK, and"
$4.50 and $5
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street .
thn rhonn one are "no Kood." Is tho. passed when the people belleyo tills,
Icomtiiont that 'pauses up nnd down They refuso to obey a lash that has
lour Bticets 111 connection with sugar, behind It tho same spirit tnai uurn-
latocks. ea wucnes in saiem ana nas 10 in
trim nrnetleaV effect of this Is to credit a most unfortunate lisr 01
lend the largo Investors' money out. crimes against peace and good will
hf the Territory.! nluo the small in- nxciineu iiei-uuao iuhib miner uiu m
vSsiora' monevmroduclug the ex- toxlcatlng Influence of a fervor that
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iraqrainnry siiiiaiiun 01 11 iikhi " "
money mdrkct-ln tho midst of a Lorrln A. Thurston, Prohibition
prosperous season. let by adoption, has In n ilgned
;'JMcHryde Is reckoned us one of the. statement expressed tho hope that
j'lamo ducks" lnf the sugar Indus- tho dlfferemei of opinion on I'rohl
try, but if woVfliny drnw from 'past bltion to bo put forth in this Tcrrl
oxnorlence, prMlto.are it thousand tory the next three months may not
llmos safer liu,'numng tneir money pe or tne exiremn t)po mat urngs in
irntonuch nn flternrlso hcio in Ha- tho Hide Irhucr of liquor doalora nnd
kl.T a - X Bil n.)i 14 nl,nnil ia k. r inlcelniifiolOQ nti,1 nn t1pt'li
1U t UUI Walla HO C ll( inn Mill HI IOP it MM O" IWl lilt
to fatten tho In- It would appear that his ovn pa-
MANOA VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow in
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation ' , i . .-.$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
.FOB LEASE .
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR TOWN Fufnished; to lease
for a term of years. Good opportunity for the right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for ptriods of four to six
months. Rentals...,,. $60 to $100 per month
WICHMAN & CO. make a
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 order will receive
careful and prompt attention,
and be executed in correct
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Hon, wilt be an ersy opponent for
Jarrett at the coming- elect'on. I
On tho other hani, they'thlnk that
Jarrett and alt his pollco forco will
have to fight mighty hard to beat
Cox, whom they' consider the best,
tho strongest and the most popular,
man that the Republican party can
put up for sheriff. The Democrats
seem to think that owing to Cox,'s
friendliness with all the people, ho
will be the most difficult man to beat
on election day.
Cox, so far as Is known, Is not do
ing any political work JubI now. He
Is simply waiting until a llttlo be
fore the convention meets, when he
will go in for tho nomination. In
the meantime he Is lying low, look-
lug after his business interests. He
Is not, however, letting the enemy do
Its work, without keeping Jn closo
touch with the daily happenlngB.
IS STILL AT LARGE
(Continued from Pace 1.)
High Sheriff Henry Is still on tho
hunt, and his men havo pretty woll
scoured the whole of tho city for tho
much-wanted man. It is thought that
tho negro is over on the other hide of
the Island somewhere, and that lie if.
diving with somo one who has never
heard of tho escape. ,
Rumors that If tha reward wore In
creased from 7150 to a largo amount
p. lot moro interest would bo taken
In the search, for Grace, are going the
.Younds, but whother anyone Is holding
back on that account or not is not
known. Someone who may bo h do
ing tho colored man might come
through with Information It tho To
ward woro Increased.
in our Savings Department,
and this interest is com
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus:
AUDIT COMPANY OF
As his ward, Jona Cummlngs, he
came of ago on March 15, J. Alfrod
Magoon has oBkcd the court to grant
him an ordcr-of dlschirgo and to can
cel his bond. Tho amount of property
turned over to tho ward upon his
reaching maturity amounted to
1 108.68, and the guardian statos that
there Is nothing more lu tho estate,
Hussey and Ryan, both sailors, were
arraigned this morning m.tne criminal
court. Tho former was discharged by
tho prosecution on account of Inck of
evidence, and tho lattor pleaded guilty
to assault with a Vcfpon dangoroin to
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