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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APR. 25, 1911.
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II ib the hii-'hcbt compliment you can pay, Emerson,
DEFEAT OF THE BELT ROAD.
Defeat by. Republican votes in the Senate of the four hun
dred thousand dollar appropriation for the construction of
island belt roads is as deliberate a violation of partizan faith
as has been perpetrated in this Territory for many a day.
It was on the pledge of this fund for roads that the im
migration feature of the last Republican campaign was car
ried through. And not a single word was raised against it
until the voters acting in good faith had elected the men
who promised in their platform and personally on the stump
to vote the money.
If it be claimed that the legislators could not foresee the
present condition of Territorial finance, what shall be said
of the appropriation of $115,000 one-fourth the amount
necessary to keep faith from current funds for the repair of
the Judiciary Building. If there was ever an item that might
well and better he a charge against the loan funds it is this
one that will assure the completion of work that will stand
for fifty years or more.
Liberal appropriation for belt roads from the loan fund
may save the day. should it be possible to obtain a guaran
tee that the appropriation will not be blocked in the execu
tive offices of the Territory.
But there is nothing pleasant in prospect for the man who
expects to go before the people again, and behind him a
record of having promised one thing and deliberately voted
the other way.
r. II III llllll Hill) I'Ml lllillks
I'iiiMiniii s U.ilklki swmiip rod. una- '
lion iliiii Ik IIh' ntii' th.it will Iliinll)
III' adopted I
lltiudrnl thousand Honolulu ran
never In- realized with dlM'ami-brccd-lllg
BWUIIipS allowed tii 'tst Wltlllll
the t'lt limits
Some of the Jockeys who au bund
ling Impendent bills In tlio l.eglslu
tuii' an1 rid 1 11 14 foi a fall, unless time
Ih kiiiiii' llvuly straightening out .it the.
When there me mi many impnitiilit
measure's hanging In the li.ilaui ti al
the hut moment. It Ih well tn suspend
JllllglllCtit IIH til till- SIICll'SSI'S in fail
ures of the legislature
.Maul Ciiuntv made n hli! for tin'
success of tin- Dcmnriutlf party In
tllU lll't f allipillgll, wllt'll till! Mlllil
Hepiiblliun delegation In tin) Senate
voted li' violate Ihi' four Iiiiml ri'il
tliiuiKunil dollar bi'lt road promise
Now that the Hoard of Health lias
antlim lt . It should make known tlio
waste pl.ues that net il reclamation
ninl Htmt th" wink of making Iloun-
lulu a 1 ity of whlih its inhabitants I
can boast without one single ipiullfy
Ing hog hole
Why should anyone loinplaln at the
postponement of a land sale? Isn't
Unit the habit of the publii land nd
mlulstiatlon, ami me we not straining
lo the last scream of energy to put
liiiliii'steaileis on the land? Anil
haven't we waited ami united ami
walliil foi the hniiiosteadeis who
would take the land anil stay on It?
I low iniilil an)0lie expect the linnie
Ptonil "policy" of the depaitluent to
1 linage In a twinkling ami lake oil
I he vigor of sliaip, Htialghtfoi ward,
piompl and Intelligent business ail
nilnlHti .illoti ' 'lliu clitics must bo
unkind ami unfair
If ore llilng has been mole evident
than ni'otliei during tlio hesslous of
the pin 1 ill l.eglshiluit', it Is that the
till WIS III the 'lellilmv have little
or iii itii'llileiu'K In the Siipeiluten
dent or I'ulilli Woilc The number
of vot s of want of (iinlldeiue that
have hii 1 bi'Sloui'il upon til it otllte
dull 11; tills session leave Hie Im limb
cut with iiiilv (lie hope nf saving
enoii.'h of the salary of the position
In inase It look respectable What
II10 'liirlioiy iicedu In .1 tlnnouglily
Weekly issued on Tuesday, i
feuterrd it the rmtottce at Honolulu
m st-coml-cliM matter
APRIL 25, 1911
trained mill educated engineer who
delivers ri'MUlts ami doesn't hm'IhI all
Hit' i .'iii- I.iIKIiik uliout what la- has
llllllt! in wants (o ilo
11 passing thi' llarhor Commission
hill anil allowing Ilia Water anil Sew
i'r Commission hill tn lemalu on the
table, tlio Semite lias put Itself on lec
onl an striving tu linpiovu tilt' 1011
ilut't of a liiirt'iut In which the largo
Intel I'htii of Hie Territory ato lit
vnlved, hut allnwH the lontlnuatlon
(if the pleseiit system uf water lnali
ugciuclit In which the small piopeliy
holdout of the tit) of Honolulu mo
Inteii'steil anil must leiiiain the li
tlms. If filitliet siluinos of mining
water lutes in i' tn he sprung after
the l.eglslutuic adjourns U't uh hope
that the "Kauai Inllueni'n" will nut
tu I n from a love of the people tn
liariinlal lordship, as the llnal liours
of the session appioacji
Adopt the Administration tax. bill
Nothing is more evident than the
necessity of plucing full lesponslbil
Ity for taxation with the Counties. If
they abuse It, they hue before them
the example of the prompt manner in
which action was taken on health
matteis when the local Honolulu gen
ernnient began to he fuddle them and
endanger the whole community, ami
Incidentally this should bo u lesson
always III the liilm nf every oter ami
citizen In this Tonltury Tlio Feder
al government can take away anil
transfer authority Just as quickly as
the Territorial government can ileal
Willi the Counties It rests with the
people of Haw all whether they will
letnin control of their own affairs or
STREET IMPROVEMENT ILL
No other city of the United States
follows the system that has pievalled
lu Honolulu hIiiio tlio government
was llrst Instituted, of making all
public stieet loustiuclloii 11 charge
upon the general lev on lies of the (Ity
and Ten Holy
Hawaii's system of street construc
tion lias been especially kind ami
paternal, and that's one of the lea
soiis vvhv home of the people have
sonic iiiuse to complain of taxes
'I lie II 11 I 1 1. 1 1 II believes tlt.it a
pen Hon of the tost of new stieits
should be assessed against Hie abut
ting pinperty that Is binellled
II the bill to piovide for Improve
ment bonds ami utieet loustiiictioii,
that lias ciiletly slipped Ihloilgli the
l.egliilatuie, ban a Joker ill It which
TO OWN A HOME
On An.ipunt street is a modern ftvn
Property it in best condition, It at
tractive and artlitlc. Grounds nro
planted with tropical plants, trees and
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
(Honlty Auction '. t.U)
we nro prepared to manage ymir
i mate anil look nttir 5 our Inter
cuts litre. You will lint) It great
1) tu our udvaiitugu to plain
the management of Jour affairs
with 11 iiipnlila ami responsible
Come ninl nee 111 111 lo tcrmi.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
THEnC IS NO QUARANTINE ON
If you with to tend your mainland
friend, half-a-dozen CHOICE PINE
APPLES or a bunch of DANANAS,
just leave an order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 S. King Street
(With Wells, Fargo HxpreiH Co)
nia'tes the way enKll) upon for 11111
tiai'l ginft, the Joker should of ionise
At the same time the iinderlving
piliiclple of the hill Is light ami
shoul 1 he adopted for the 1 lt of Ho
nolulu and possllily llllu
MORE VARIOLOID IS
DISCOVERED ON MAUI
(Spfclil Hill let lit CirriMpoinli'iice.)
WAlMIKl'i April 21 iti purls fiom
Camp !l, l'uunene, of the leappeaianre
of varioloid, sunn brought Sheriff
Clow ell and l)r Osmeis on 11 hurry
call In the M P I) automobile last
evening, and 111 theli anxietv to leacli
the camp the unto was driven at a
pretty good rate .lust as they weie
Hearing the Junction of Muikct anil
Main stieets lust evening, a mule was
Real Estate for Rent
rniir bedi 00111H, K'lnau SI JKeo
Tlllee hiilriinlllH, Kalliillkl' CO OU
Two biiliooms, K'alhila IIS 00
Two In )lc coins, I'.ilohi iiOOO
Time lit ih oiiiiis, l'ahilo .'10 Oil
An alliatllve inutility in the
I'lllinl ihtli. t $.-,110(1 OU
IIiiiikiIovv ninl half aue nf land
In Manoi ill, ih Mlralile
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T. H.
I -in T l J
uonege rosieis emu
We have a new line of Imported
Excellent timekeeper, and ee
lected especially for the pleating
tones of the striking.
The prices are moderate.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd..
walking leisurely up tlio road Tlio
mule made an attempt to cross In
Omit of the machine, but Cliiiuffeiir
Voeller with great presence of mind
tinned to his right Just at the moment
the mule made 11 dash for that side
of the road also but was frustrated
In Us mud attempt Just In time to pre
vent mi accident
The two cases of varioloid, who nro
a Filipino man and his wife, who a I'
ll Veil riom Honolulu but ten days ago,
are now placed In the Detention Camp
on the sand hills near Wailukti Dr.
Osiners Is coiilldent that tbese pa
tients will soon recover, und that the
dread malady will not spread
The IU Newell Dnlght Hills, pas-
loi of l'lv mouth churi b, llrnokljli, wns
iii.il li) iMward Hodgson, n Vlitorlu
II ' mining mglnnr. for JMi.OOii
win Ih of stock In the Western Steel
Corporation The suit incluiks n claim
fin tlOUO wages
(Continued from Page 1)
her testimony In 11 positive am! om
phalic milliner while being iiiestloned
by the members of the Hoard,
When she wan tukeii up by Mrs.
Compton for cross-exaiiilnatloli lier
memory wns considerably at fniilt on
ntiy IncliU'iits that were In inor of
the (uestluner and her answers to
these (iiestluiis gue the Hoard no In
formation, being generally. "I don't
remember," or "I didn't bear Hint."
Miss Samlry was called and she
hud her notes all prepared of happen
ings which had taken place where
Mrs Compton had "tried to run
things" or was alleged to hac acted
lu an overbearing manner.
This witness was deliberate In Her
remarks and talked In 11 low Voice
In answering the iiestlotis of tlio
Hoard and making her own ntiite
menu When taken In hand by Mrs Comp
ton for cross-examination Miss San
dry never once looked at her ques
tioner but glided In blue-e)cd wonder
out of the window while, she slowly
Hindi! her utiBwers.
"How those three women do love
each other," wnB remarked by one
commissioner nfter Miss Handry bad
finished ber testimony
At 3 30 a recess was taken for n
few moments ntid lit tlio re-convening
of the Hoard, Superintendent lope
suld that the statements which ho and
Judge Stanley bad had mudu to them
at 1 1 Ilo would be read.
He warned those present that thorn
would be some things broug it up
which wcro delicate subjects mil sug
gested that If iinyono present ill J not
wunt to be shocked they had better
No one moved.
Soon after the start was lnuilo In
the allldnvlt of Mr. VltkerB of Iillo.
who BtnrteU In by saying he knew
nothing about tlio mutter, It was pro
posed to drop these pieces of hearsay
evidence and get down to business.
This vmib agreed to und adjourn
ment was taken until 8 In the even
Inir. when the charges of Mrs Comp
ton against Hlchinond for drunken
ness and Immorality wcro to be con
When the meeting of the commis
sioners vvus called at 8 o'clock last
evening tb matter of Immorality
charges came up, mill Inspector (lib
son stated that Mrs. Compton told
him that ltlcbmond vvus a drunkard:
that Miss Allen and Miss Sundry
had picked him up drunk In the
street and taken him home; that sho
herself had taken liquor away from
him und played cards with III 111 night
after night to keep liliu rrom urniK
Ing! Hint Hlchinond had traveled
across tlio continent with Miss San
dry: that Immoral relutluiiB existed
between him und Mrs. U'vvls; and that
Miss Sandry had been caught In a
criminal position with Hlchinond In
tlio school laboratory
When Mrs Compton was question
ed on these points by Judge Stan
ley, she said:
"1 bellavo that Mr Itlclimond's In
decisive policy In school work was
due to dt Ink
"1 havu pluycil crlbbugo with lilin
many afternoons and evenings to
keep lilin ut home, for If he went out
on tlio street he would disgrace him
self and the school
"I took 11 Jug of wine uvvay from
him at one time
"I believe lie takes what Is called
11 'still drunk '
"I make the charge of Immoral re
lations between Mrs I-ewls and Mr
lu regard to the charge ugalnst
Miss Saudi y and .Hlchinond, this was
hearsay, as the matter happened ut
the lust commencement and was told
her by one of the pupils
Asked for proof of the charges of
drunkennehs, .Mrs Compton suld that
frequently at the tuble ut Mrs. 1-ewls',
Hlchinond hud been under the Influ
ence of liquor, extremely talkutlvc,
"1 saw him drink half u dozen times
one afternoon while I was playing
crlbbugo with him, and ut that time
I persuaded him to give mu the Jug
Questioned us to how she know
Hlchinond was taken home by the two
teachers, she snld that Hlchinond him
self hud told her of It.
Asked further, Mrs. Compton snld
that Mis Lewis told the maid In the
home that sho thought she (Mrs.
Compton) vvus drinking upstairs with
Hlchinond and Conness, the latter or
whom hud brought home beer on one
occasion, and lie und Hlchinond had
ill link It.
Stanley From your knowledge of
Ililo, do you think It would be pos
sible fur 11 man In Richmond's posi
tion to be 11 drinker?
Mrs Comptoii Yes; there are inauy
things lu Hlto which are not gener
then the matter of immorality be
tween Hlchinond und Ml 8. Lewis vvus
Mrs Compton In the llrst jilnco, I
vvus sitting iipstaiis and the maid
was cleaning my 100m while I sat
at Mr HIibmoud'H desk. It Is pos
sible to see 0 0111 the desk Into Mrs.
Lewis' sleeping room Mr Hlchinond
was suillllng with Mrs. Lewis.
Alter the suillle, tlio hoIbo up
stalls aroused them and Mr Hlcli
niond went f 10m Mis Iivvls' room
to the batlirooili TIiIb happened nt
about 4 30 Fruiii Mr Hlclimond's
tlesk be lould look Into Mrs. I.cvvls'
loom and lu 11 mliror lould see her
dressing, for she left the door open.
I saw this myself onie, when 1 went
lo Mr Hlilimiind's desk while he was
Mis Lewis was always bragging
about bei tin in, accoidlng to Mrs
Comptoii, mid told of how the dress
luakeis would not believe It was leul
until they hud seen her stripped, or
pi lie tic ally so
lleie 11 laugh was caused by Judge
Stanley, who hud Just usked if the
other ludlctj hud uu chuueo tu talk
about their forms becauso Mrs Lew la
talked bo much.
"Well, 1 haven't nny to talk about,"
said Mrs. Compton
"Permit me to differ with you," paid
the Judge gallantly.
The Margaret Kpliode.
Mrs. Compton One evening there
were callers present Ueforo Hint
time I hud been playing turds, I
enme ttp-stnlrs while the callers were
still talking outside, Margaret had
token her bath mid returned before
I went downstairs (Irst. When I came
up the curtains were nil down lu
Margaret's room, und Mr Hlchinond
was mining down the hall, from Mar
garet's room, dripping with perspira
tion Mr Hlchinond did not deny his
attempt when I told him lie should
be ashamed of trying to take ndvnn
tage of 11 girl like Margaret. He
grunted nnd suld, 'Well, what are you
going to do about It?' After that I
told Mr Richmond that If 1 saw any
thing more of the kind I should re
port him to the board. At that time
he suld Margaret was all right und ho
hud not succeeded. Afterwurds ho
told me, when I was living nt Mrs.
Andrews', that I need not worry
about Murgaret uny more, for sho wns
lliilaliciw Fulls Incident.
"For lliianclnl reasons It wns nec
essary for me to stny ut 11 Ilo, nnd I
wanted tu fix things up to make It
pleiisunt, bo I could stay the year out.
He proposed a walk to Rainbow Fulls
us soon as he got some cigars down
town While he was nway Conness
came In und we sat there reading,
and when Hlchinond came back he
was extremely angry. He went down
stairs and I excused myself, telling
Conness that 1 had an engagement to
go to Hnlnbow Falls with Mr Hlch
inond 1 went downstairs mid lie said
he never wanted to flee me lu his of
fice again. I told lilui that we had
better go out for 11 walk und talk
When It came to this point Mrs
Compton did not wish to proceed, but
Commissioner Aiken said that If It hud
anything to do with the moral char
acter It should ho told.
"Well, ho made Indecent proposals
to me; I think that explains the sit
uation without going into details."
Stnnlcy You know, then, thatHlch
mod was morally vicious? Why did
you not tell It to thu board then?
Mrs Compton llecnuse I was u
stranger In a strunge land.
In response to u question Mrs.
Compton Bald she knew nothing fur
ther except what she had been told.
The three girls who had told Mrs.
Compton were Hvelyn Vuunuttu, Julia
Nathaniel and Muchlyo Aruknwu, two
of whom were present yesterday as
These girls all cume to Mrs. Comp
ton recently and told her that llleli
muiid was a bad man, for 'ie had
Bald had things to them.
Julia came to Mrs. Compton ufter
she was suspended, mid told her
about these things, und when Mis
Andrews was called lu Julia told the
same things and then made uu 11MI
d.ivlt to them.
Another thing that Mrs. Compton
spoke of wus the fact of Mrs. I-ewls
coming Into.tho room und standing su
close to him that their limbs touched,
und there was reason why the chil
dren could not see the position.
She hud never seen anything of the
kind between Hlchinond and uny oth
er of the female teachers.
Hlchinond did not want to question
Mrs. Compton until morning. It ap
parently being put up to him by W
II. Smith, Hie two having their hejds
together, at the conclusion of which
Hlchinond begged on on account or
poor light mid eyesight.
.Mrs. Lewis then took llie Hour.
Only two questions were usked by
Mrs. Icwln. nnd these were ubout the
curtains In tho hall during the "i''ar-
garet episode "
Wanted to (In On.
Commissioner Molr wanted "be ex
amination to go on with Richmond
and Attorney Smith said It the board
would allow him to cross-examine, us
he had taken the notes tor Richmond,
It would bn all right
It wus decided, however, to examine
Hie girls who mude thu umduvlts of
Hlclimond's proposals tu them.
The lllrls Slurlcs.
Julia Nathalie was llrst called she
worked us second girl In Mrs. LbwIb'
When going up to make bed Kick
inund wds In olllce, usked tier to Bit
on his knees und curesscd her.
"I went Into tlio room und Mr. Hlck
inoud made me sit on the bed. He
But down beside me und fondled 111c.
Then ho made a proposul to
me und I ran uwuy from him und went
Julia then told of Hlclimond's try
ing to kiss Margaret und of his drink
ing. Also that u man should not
drink who taught school.
Muchljo Arukuvva was Hist called
before the commissioners of educa
tion this morning
This girl Is u Japanese and 18
years old, She suld that one duy last
September during thu sixth period,
when she had a study period, Hlch
inond usked her to go to the labor
atory und Beo un experiment.
Arrived there he showed her the ex
periment und then usked her tu Bit
lie took one of her hands, put his
arm around her und trying to kiss
her usked if she loved him
Shu got uwuy from him nnd told
him Bhu respected him us u teacher,
that wus till,
Richmond used to come close to
her, touch her with his hmids un the
hips when In class work ut the lab
oratory, and push his limbs against
Richmond took tho witness tn hand
but could nut shake her testimony,
and she wus excused
Mis Comptuii mudu 11 short state
ment in regard to the malicious work
done lu Hllo by Mrs. W 11 Smith,
wife of Attorney Smith, and protest
ed against Smith's udviug Hlchinond
Refuses tn Answer.
Mrs. Compion refused to uuswor
Aiken took the stand that Mrs.
Couiptou should have tho buuio
The fact that Hostetter'a
Stomach Bitters hai helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine you need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ilia, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
For aalo by Benson, Bmlth ft Co.,
Ltd.; Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesal. Liquor
chance for counsel us Hlchinond; Hlce
concurred and by vote of the Hoard
Mrs Compton vvus given until ,1
o'clock tu get counsel
Jullu Natbiillo was then cross-examined
1 1 '
tin tii 1 hut t
m IAA I.I Ml I
Adopt Conference Report On
New General Tax
A dfclslvc victory for the opponents
of a llxeil maximum tax rate In Sen
ate Hill No 3fl vvus icintnlned In the
uinferVnre niminlttee ripnrt on the bill
which wns submitted to the Legisla
ture tills morning The conference
committee ri minim nileillli.it the Hnuie
recede ficiiii Its umendment providing
0110 nnd niii'-elghtli per tent as the
maximum rate nil 1 that the Senate as
sent to the House amendments tn bring
the tax bill Into confiii mil) with the
provisions of the new school law
The Senate ndoptcd the report with
three illHsiutlng votes, those of Sena
tors Kahuna, Maktkau mid l'all
The conference lominlttee report on
House Hill No S." -the Immigration tax
ininsiire was adopted, wlureby the
Siliate leceded from lit ameniIini(tS
four dissenting votes being cast by
Senators Juild, ICalanin, Mnkekau and
The Senate voted nut to concur In
the niiieinlmi lits made by the Utilise to
Senate Hill No I'.'A, providing fur the
acquirement of I'.ilolo water rights, and
president Knudsen appointed n confer
ence committee consisting of 'Senators
Drown, ralrchllil nnd Chllllugwortli
The llout, mnendments to Senate
Dill No 1J7, making a number of
changes of a comparatively minor na
ture In the tnx laws, was accepted upon
the adoption of the lonferenct' commit.
House HII! No lf)8, extending n tele
phone franchise In the l'unii district,
passed with a full vote, and House Hill
No ".0.7, lelatlug to the deposit of
miinty funds In local banks, was de
feirtd until the clt) and count) treas
urer could be heard fiom
House Hill SO'J. appropriating 2r,0,-
000 for land draining mid Improvement
of gent rul benlth londltlons, passed
second reading with a full vote.
Advices received by C, I. Morso,
tlio general freight agent for the American-Hawaiian
line la to the effect
that the steamship Columbian sailed
from Hllo yesterday with destlnatbin.
ub Sulinn Cruz. Tlio vessel left two
days ahead of her advertised schedule.
Tho Columbian Is reported as having
carried 12,135 tons sugar for trans
shipment at the Isthmus of Tehuante
Japanese Off for the Orient.
With the Bulling of the I'nclflc Mall
steamer Koiea for tho Fnr ISust at
flve-thlrtv Inst evening, nt least seventy-five
Asiatic look their departuro
from tho Islands, Tho greater num
ber of pussengeiB being Japanese who
are returning to their nutlvo land
cabin passengers left for Japan and
China polls from Honolulu.
The next American- Hawaiian
steamer from the coast will be the
Virginian which occordlng to tho sche
dule will sail ftoni Puget Sound for
Honolulu on May 'Jth ami should nr
rlvo hero on or about May 18th.
The Interment exeiclses over the
ashes qf the lute Mrs. Sophia Hale
llojd I'rutt will be held ut the family
plot In Nuiiunu cemeteiy ut 3 o'clock
tomoriuw afternoon Friends and ac
quaintances me toullally invited tu
The llbrur) of Congiess Is the largest
collection of volumes hi the westirn
hemisphere and the Ihlld lu the world
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