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EVENItO flULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY, JULY 11. 1910.
Own Story of His African' Hunting Trip '
J.TKIlOft 01. 01, JIUB8
WILL be ready for delivery within a few weeks. Colonel Roose
velt in writing his publishers, Charles Scribncrs Sons, saVs:
"I regard this book as a serious thine, I have put my very
best into it nnd I can not consent to have it appear in any but FIRST
In the foreword he writes: "I spenk of Africa and golden joys; the
joy of wandering through lonely lands; the ioy of hunting the mighty
and terrible lords of the wilderness, the cunning, the wary, the grim.
"Apart from this, yet mingled with it, is the strong attraction of
the silent places where the wanderer sees the awful glory of sunrise
and sunset n the wide wasto spaces of the earth." f "
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onel Roosevelt, for the exclusive sale of this book on the Hawaiian Is
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edition will contain about forty (40) illustrations, selling for four dol
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containing nearly TWO HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS from photographi
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Crimes Against Minors
(Special Correspondent c.)
HILO, Hawaii. July 8. Judge
Parsons last Wedncsitu) delivered
. lila opening charge to tlie grand
Jury, which la now working on a
luunlicr of canes. The lourt dwelt
, jiurtlcul.irlj on the matter ot crimes
against juung girls, a re oUIn case
of this Kind, Involving the son of
a prominent Hawaiian, having been
. brought to the court's attention
" through the probation officers.
Said the lourt:
"The past two decades have wit
nested In this country a material
advancement In the trial nnd treat
ment of peisuus charged with viola
tion ot penai statutes,
"This advancement has hcon due
to observation, studj and expert
ment, to an ever-widening popular
enllgh'cnmcut, to reform legislation,
to a growing tenilenry on tho part
.of courts to brush aside, when pos-
' Bible under tho law, many of tho
technicalities of tho past, to an In
creasing willingness on the part of
' juries to decide cases upon the. Ir
' sues of fact actual)) submitted til
them, and to tho cooperation ot
prore-utlng uttorncjs, iajlors and
. " police officers to prevent Jho cornmls.
slon of crime rather than to.hiro
persons to Its perpetration for pur
poses of subsequent discipline.
"Indctermlnato sentence (octs have
vested In wardens and prison boards
a wldo discretion, which, when wise
k ly exercised, like the paidonli.g
power of tho executive, lias made,
for tho reformation of Kb benefl
,,larles, and hB furnished other
wrongdoers, not )et lost to all bensc
of .moral responsibility, an Incentive
to live down their past 'misdeeds.
"Statistics from which tan be
made an) thing like an accurate
, statement of the effect of these acts
, are, of tourBO. not jet obtainable;
but police reports of the cities are
obtainable, and upon some of them,
. notablj upon those of Cleveland, ex
perts ar'o willing to base the as
sertlon that a discriminating lonl
ency toward first and toward occa
sional petty offenders doeiliot work
,' to thcutiiorul or- flniiuclal detriment
, of tho -communities where It Is prac
tised, and that the public good is
quite as well subserved by prior
J warnings unit udvlto, und by tticj
Iw(.Hb.v..v a.,, i, kiiiifiLVtllctlkUl UVIU1
rcut measures, as b) enticement to
commit crime, with Us attendant
punishment and liumtllatlana
Etatemont Inexplicably slow of po
1 lltlcal adoption, In view of the fact
that in home and In schoolroom It
. has long been accepted as a tiulsm
"Oue of the most Important pieces
of preventive legislation enacted of
' late )ears Is the Juvenile Delin
quency Act, recently udopted by the
Legislature of this Territory, which
attempts to lessen crime by arrest
ing the progress of tho training of
criminals. The juvenile court, how.
evr" deils only with the jouthful
dependents and delinquents them
selves and with those persons who
are charged with their custody and
control. In most Instances It is
powerless to reach the real culprits,
the criminal trainers, and It Is hejs
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that jour resistance. Is Invited.
' Von are not asked to join III n
work of general moral reform. The
district magistrates and police are
full) equipped to deal with statu
tori misdemeanors where adults
onl) are Involved, nnd tho l'ederal
Court Itself has been ever read) to
act In matters of this kind, over
which it has Jurisdiction, whenever
Its power has been Invoked. Hut
)ou are asked to supplement the
work of the Juvenile court In en
denvorlng to secure for children,
until they have reached an nge when
their minds may be presumed to be
suftlrleiitl) developed to enable them
knowingly to choose their own ca
reers, the right to grow up normal.
ly, rce from criminal coercion and
from main- of the Influences which
lend to dlseaso nnd vice and crime.
i ins iiKBisinnca )ou may give )
bringing to trial, when the evi
dence, so warrants, such corrupters
and seducers of 'minors as may be
duly i barged with the commission
f statutory offenses of the nature
hereinafter named, particularly
when (hose offenses amount to fel
onies." Jlcre the court quoted the sec-"
tlons of the law relatlvo to crime
against joiing girls.
The court dwelt at some length on
the fait that the grand jury mid no
light to ofikiall) license, except
through Indlctmont or presentment.
The Inquisitors were not empowered
to submit reports, as was done In
some Jurisdictions, discussing vari
ous matters affecting the public welt
fare, criticizing public officials; act
ing us (.elisors of public morals nnd
making recommendations which it
vvifs Impossible or Impracticable to
can-) Into effect.
Suld the tourt In part:
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IJ (tiMmj -Vlto,u,.- nui.il UIMCI
matters as snail bo brought to jour
attention by tho court, by tltepros-et-utlng
attorney or by one or more
of, jour members, and such matters
us Bhull arise 'during the course or
jour Investigations; hut It shall bo
bornnln mind that tho primary ob
ject of )our being convened Is to
find Indictments in proper cases for
violation of tho penal laws of the
rorrltor) and not to report upon
conditions Your cxamlnatlnnn are
ex parto nnd are not Intended to
determine responsibility. That func-'
tlon lies with another part of the
tourt 'where the methods provided
for Investigation are moro thorough
and tend to miiro accurate results.
Tor this reason tho law confers'upou
)ou no right to retlect upon Indi
viduals In matters over whlchr the
tourt has no jurisdiction: nor does'
It '; outer tho right .officially 1o no,-. J
cuso except by ludlctmeijt or pro J J
MAN OF THE SEASON.
"Noratl" said tho housewife, stern
ly, "whom were you flirting Awth7V
"Tho plumber, ma'am," responded"
tho cook, with a deep blush.
"Oh, plumbers are only useful In
the -wlntor tlnic. ..Make eyetj. nl jthel
ivvuiuii uiiu iiu muy jeuvq us u lump
twice tho ordinary size."
RtMEATIONS ' 3
THE PARK THEATER.
Manager Congdon, of tho Park then
tcr has been most fortunate In se
curing the services of George Ourd
to appear at tho Park Their cngugo- end has extended tho engagement of
ment Is limited and no one should tho World's Trio owing to their great
miss hearing tljcm The Desmond drawing powers. There will bo a
Sisters and Thompson will continue. 'great bill tonight and this surprisingly
The serpentine dance bv cmo of tho good bunch will bo seen In something
sisters last week was an Innovation new. The lady will sing hor llluslrat
hero thnt wns much enjojed nnd so cd song In a now and gorgeous cos
good was It thnt It would stand re- tumo. Tho men will appear in n mc-
pealing. Carl Wnllner having doing- chanlcal novelty cntlrelj new to Ho
ed Hllo with quaint sajlngs nnd fun- nolulu. Nothing like it has over been
ny songs returns to the Park and will seen here. Tho devices aro patented
lie greeted tonight
cool Saturday night Orton and !.
ota pla)cd to a crowded house, nnd
will bo sccu tonight In an entire
Tho Hawaiian band will glvo a pub
lic concert this evening commonclng at
seven-thirty at Emma Squaro with tho
nor nnd .Miss Ethel May for next) hunch of good pictures there tonight era.
Ovnrttirn Mnrfhn rTnwtnur
There will bo' a an can bo used by no other perform- Tho Vision of Salomo Joyco
week these great singers to nppear
fqr tho first tmo Monday evening.
Mr. Gardner Is a slnger'and comedian
of national repute, scoring successes
In all tho big cities. Ethel May Is
Chicago's favorlto joprano. She has
Just returned from Germany whero
sho tutored under tho King's opera
Miss May's torn- ot the Pacific Is
more In tho nature of n vacation,
They are here under special cngago
and tho house should bo crowded.
.Manager uvorrnu is in a quandary an entire c banco of Droirrnm. A wnll
as to tho method of handling tho men selected lot of films havo been chospn,
and women who na) admission to his nnd Orton and Iota aro to do a corn
theater and then sit out tlio thrco cdy Irish farce. Of late tho patrons
performances for tho price for one. of tho ovolty havo iioii complaining
During the f prevent engagement neo- about tho heat of the house. Stops
pie are turned away because thoso havo been taken now toward n proper
who havo seen tho show will not re- ventilation nnd no matter how rrnwi.
ment and came direct from Chicago tiro and give others a chance. Over- cd the house. It will always remain
Gavotte Glowworn I.tncko
Selection Madamo Iluttcrfly thy re
Vnpnil-riii-rn 1uMm ji..Ar. hv'llprjrni-
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lonigni at too Novelty thcro win bo Sclectlon-f Ujllohemo -(by request).
AT THE NOVELTY.
J. H0PP & CO,
We have paid our accounts Please
get busy aud attend to yours. If
you do not and the account l placed
In the hands of an attorney, the
fault will be jours, not ours.
J. HOPP & ..O.
Per h. C. AI1LE3,
4655 June 27, 28, 29, 30; July ,
2, .5, 7, 7, 8, 9, 10.
- The rising generation
should be trained to tern-
and to rely cm
of character, and
not be put into a straight
jacket to make up for lack '
- ' Drink if you want to,
but be temperate. ""'. j
And vote against "pro
May I Havo Hit) Pleasure.,,. I.lncko
Flnalt Motokamn .......... llcrgcr
Tho StarSjinngled Hanilor.-
Uerlln, Juno 20. A semi-official
declaration has Just been Issuod ex
plaining til ccnusca ot the financial
stress under which tho Emperor finds
himself ujid tho requirement for nn
Increase In the civil list of tho tjlug
ot Prussia as agreed on by tho lead
ers of tho Prussian Diet yesterday. It
has been decided to Introduco a bill
bringing up his majesty's allow ant u
to about 15,000,000.
Tho public Is reminded that the
Prussian crown surrendered to tho
state In 1820 properties yielding at
that time nearly (.',000,000 annually,
the value of which has greatly In
creased. Tho Increased cost of liv
ing renders tho present allowance In
adequate, tho statement says. Each
year hlu support of tho stato theaters
alone- costs the Emperor some (700,
000, and in recent years ho has In
creased tho salaries of tho middle and
lower employees ot the Imporlal
household by i total or 12D0.00O Ho
must nlso provide for tho maintenance
of tho households ot tho nulrrled
HOW TO VOTE
When jou rciclic jour Iml.
4 lot lit tho polling place on July
iCU-thc day of the plebiscite to
determine whether Iliiuall Is to
continue under the bent liquor
law In the United States or lie
uftllctcd with u Wnollcj-mndc
statute the voting font) will up-
pear us fellows:
To vote i
To vote against the proposed
Woolloy.Tliurston law place a
cross mark In the square oppo- 4
-slto tho words ".No" and Its Hu.
nallun equlfulent "Aole."
THIS 18 A VOTE iy bUl.
FORT OK THE EXlSTUa
MQUOK TRAFFIC CO.ntOL
t'OUATY OF THE TEHIIITOHY
1IY A HOAIII) OF FIVE C03I-
3IISSIOEIIS, ArrOlM'EI) 1JY
THE 0YEU0R OF HAWAII.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of Kao
nohi Kahale. Deceased,
Tho undorslgned, having been by
an order of the Honoyiblo W. J.
Iloblnson, Third Judge, Circuit
Court, First Circuit, Torritory of Ha
wull, duly appointed administrator
of the Estate ot Kaonohl Kaholc, de
ceased, late of Honolulu, Island ot
Notice Is hereby given to all per
sons to present Hhelr claims against
the estato of tho said Kaonohl Ka
helo, deceased duly authenticated,
whether secured by mortgage or
otherwise, to the undersigned at his
place of residence at, Diamond Head,
near the Diamond Head Llghthoubfl
Station, In the City and County ot
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, with
in (6) six months from the date
hereof, or they will be forever
barred. And all persons Indebted to
the said estate are hereby requested
to make Immediate payment thereof
to the underslgncdi
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, this 14th
day ot June, A. D. 1910.
Administrator of tho Estate of Kao
nohl Kahclo, Deceased.
tOll-Iuno H, 21, 28; July t. 11.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under nnd by vlrtuo of n Writ of
Execution Issued by the Honorable
Frank Andrade, District Magistrate
of Honolulu, City and County ot Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on the
17th day ofJune,,A. D. 1910, In tho
mutter of Mary Pulaa, plaintiff,
against Eildoro Tellcs, defendant, I
did In said Honolulu, city and county
aforesaid, on tho 22nd day ot June,
A. D. 1910, levy upon nnd shall offer
for salo nnd sell at public auction to
the highest bidder, on King street.
opposite tho Knllhl Pol Factory and
near Uullck avenue, In said Hono
lulu, ut 12 o'clock noon of Wednos
,day, tho 27th day of, July, A. D
1!M0, all tho right, title and Inter
c(t of tho said Ezldoro Tellcs, de
fendant aforesaid, in and to all the
following described property, unless X
the sum of Ono Humtrd and Ninety
and 71-100, (1100.71) Dollars, that
being the amount for which said Exe.
cutlon was Issued, together with In
terest, costs, my fees and expense
are previously paid:
pnopuaTY to uu sold.
1 whlto and )ellow cow, 1 black
and whlto cow and calf, 1 black and
red cow, 1 black bull and 1 wagon.
Terms: Cash, Deeds ut expense of
purchaser, ' '
CIIAUI.ES II. UOSU.
Deputy Shorlff, District of Honolulu.
City and County of Honolulu.
Dated Juno 24, A. D. 1910.
4653June 24; .Juijl 11, 2.
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W. C. Peacock & Company, Limited.
At the 'annual meeting of tho
stockholders of W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Ltd,, held at the office of tho corpor
ation on Friday, J(ily8, 1910, tho
following officers were elected to
serve during the' ensuing jear:
It, J. Uucbly. President
E. H. Auitln Vice-President
Oeo. J. O'Nell.. ., Secretary
M. 11. Drummond Treasurer
C. A. Stoble Auditor
The above officers constitute the
board of directors.
OEO, J. O'NEIU
Secretury, W. C. Peacoclt & Co", Ltd,
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