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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H, SATURDAY, MAY G, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallaci: R. Farkinoton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES "PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
HVUININCJ UUL.L.nT1N WUUKUV IIUI-I-KTIN
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PctQuittr, nywlitulnU.S a.oo Pet Vesi. .njrwlwlt In U.3 I.mi
Pel Yer, nvhcte lnU.S H.x Per Yet inywhere n Clnluln. I. Ho
Per Yi, iiliid, lort'nn IS.oo Pel Vetr lld, fouign 3.im
Ifi l Editorial Rooms,
1 Cl.Bus,ne88 Office,
11 lint nrr umitlicr's fault In met
I mil mil a tulttire's hill
To pick lit nor) ll.tn I w
Ami make II wider still.
It U enough fur me to know
1'ip follies of in) nin,
Ami mi in) liciirl the cure bestow,
Ami let lily friend nlniir.
Senator Kalrchlld im Governor
couldn't inako any ftivnrnblo deals In
public lamia with the Makcc Sugar
Co., ami tlio Kapau land business
would Ktlll Im n muddle.
Action Is what tho people want from
tho Uoard of Health and tho Sanitary
Commission. Tho latter should bo In
session and on the Job ns frequently
mid Incessantly ns the former.
Millions can lie mado from the tour
ist business In Honolulu If this Is
made a mosquitolcss town. The pros
pective Income Is well worth tho price
of the cash Investment ami the llvo
The tarllT has nothing lo do with
the mosquito In this town. It Is a
I problem that Is "up to tho pcoplo of
Honolulu" whether they will show tho
real American spirit and protect them
selves. It Is fair to predict that should
Governor Krcar resign ho would not
do soifor tho benefit of any other suc
cessor than Secretary Mott-Sniltli.
That Is why somo people believe tho
Governor should resign forthwith, and
others have a fit every time he talks
Congress has passed tho appropria
tion and tho Treasury Department has '
selected tho site for tho Honolulu
Federal building. Why In tho name
of all that Is glorious should tho
progress or tho town bo held up bo-'
cuuso Bomeono wants tho building
erected clsewhcro than tho placo
picked by the people and tho proper
AN ANGLO-AMERICAN PACT.
There was no Immediate olllclal re
ply to tho proposal of President Tnft
last year, twice made that disputes:
oi an sons iieiwccn England and our
selves, oven those of "honor," ho set
tled by n Court of Arbitration.
Hut many days, like the "bread
cuBt upon tho waters," wo find that
our own has .been returned with
Sir Edward Grey Intimates In tho
careful words of diplomacy that It
would bo n wlso ami expodlent thing'
for pur two nations to inako Bitch a
pact nml keep It, that "other nations'
might follow suit and tho world's
peaco nt last bo secured."
This is n very great thing tho
greatest thing that has happened for
many years, and tho best men nml
women lit Knglaml nml tho United
States nro anxiously awaiting to seo
what will como of It.
Germany has replied that for Itself
tho proposal "Is Idoal but Impracti
cable." In other words, sho has not advanc
ed far enough ethically and morally
for such an agreement.
And Franco without definlto reply
seems acquiescent. Surely tho spirit
of Franco Is for peace within hor bor
ders and beyond. Sho has develop,
inent of her groat r.escourrcs.
Perhaps tho words of ono of her
great sons. Damn D'Kstournellcs, re
cently uttered express tho Inner wish
and thought of Franco: "It will suf
fice lo discredit governments If thoy
persist In an iirmod tienco such ai
now exists In splto of its unpopular-
llv An mitmulllnn will Im fnrmn.l III I
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all countries against their Inaction-
It Is not by blind resistance that gov
ernments will preserve their author
ity It Is liv their Intclllgnnro. hy
their protuptltmlo In understanding
popular aspirations. Tho qttostlon 1st
urgent Without tho participation of
Clormnny. a pact botwoon England, I
Frnnro and tho United States would,
practically secure tho peaco of tho1
world Indeed, many bellovc with'
reason that an Anglo-American pact
ensuring permanent peaco between
tho contracting parlies, would estab
lish world peaco. Rurh u pact would
innlto war unpopular, mid dispel tho
tmercd tt tb rctorfict .1 llouomlu
u lecoml-clMg mttter
MAY 6, 1911
Here Is n paragraph from "Tho
American City," that wo commend to
every citizen for dally reading: "Tho
men of energy, of ability, of mentis,
the men who inako cities, havo so
many choices between cities with oth
erwise equal opportunities that thoy
nro giving tho cold shoulder to thbso
cities that tire, for ono reason or an
other, unattractive or undesirable, nml
arc casting their lot with tho cities
that aro good to llvo ln-rthat recog
nize the rights of children to havo n
placo to play and suitable buildings In
which to bo educated, the rights of
women to have streets clean and safe,
the rights of workers to be ablo to
live decently near their places of em
ployment, or to havo cheap and com
fortablo transportation thereto, nml
the rights of all to hcalthrul condi
tions and attractive surroundings "
JUDICIARY AND CAPITOL
One of tho merry pieces of buti
comli used by the Site Shifters is tho
following from the morning paper:
In tho long ago, when kings
ruled over this portion of Hip
t'nlted States, one of tho plans
proposed was for Just such n
civic center as now planned, al
though It was not known by that
II was In following out this
plan that tho Judiciary building
and other buildings wcro erected
. around tho Capitol, or palaco.
Among tho Hnwniltins this plan
has been known and looked for
ward to for many years as one to
This would he all right If It woro
not n fact well known to most every
resident of tho town and certainly of
common knnwlcdgo among tho lla
wallans, that the Judiciary building
was erected long heforo tho present
Capitol was brought Into existence.
It Is perhaps hardly necessary to add
that tho foregoing dream about build
ing tho Judiciary building around the
Capitol was brought Into being In tho
course of a story dealing with tho
great success of the runners who
wero out getting petition signatures
nt tho rate of llvo rents per name.
war spirit which exists In Individuals
and certain classes. Tho great ex
penditure for armament said In bo
necessary for tho malntenanco of
peaco, would bo done away with and
as hinted by Sir Edward Grey," our
armies nnd navies could ho turned
Into a system of International Police
It is anomalous that civilized na
tions llko ourselves and England's
should havo vast standing armies or
any system of mllltla whntovcr, nnd
bo building wnr ships nml fortifica
tions ovory day. With tho lilblo" In
ono hand tho cry of peace ami good
will on our lips, wo employ every
modern Invention for the scientific
killing of our neighbor If ho should
offend us sufficiently.
Instead of making II as necessary
for two iintlotiH not to kill each oilier
over a difference, as wo do for two
men, wo forbid tho Individual mir
der, hut nllow and tacitly oncoura&o
tho slaughter of thousands of men
Involving not only two families, but
thousands of them. The ono remains
n purely local ami obscuro crlnio, tho
other comes heforo tho world with
nil Its spectacular atrocity.
In Itself "wnr Is hell," but Its ef
fects upon llio country nro still morn
baneful. It Is demoralizing nml pro
vides material for our asylums, poor
houses, prisons and rofomnlorlcs.
Asldo from Itu Intimidating effect,
tho army In time of peaco Is useless.
It Is costly. It trains our cltlcns Into
a dependent Idle life, and as a per
manent Institution Is ethically demor
alizing. It encourages a servllo spl
rlt not compatlblo In a democracy lllio
If tho officers of our Army and
Navy objected to sorvlng ns police-1
man, (hey nro educated enough to go
Into something else, hut tho common
run of soldiers would make very good
preservers of public ordor for nsldo
from actual sorvleo. tho paid soldier
Is n parasite. Ifo does not llko his
work and deserts. Ho llvos and
serves upon an expectation of somo
thing which ovoryhody hopos will not
happen. Ho savoB us from torvlmt;
us by bullying tlui neighbor we fear.
It Is an undignified mid cowardly at-'
TO OWN A HOME
On Anapunl street it n modern five
Property it in best condition, Is at
tractive and artistic. Grounds aro
planted with tropical plants, trees and
Trent Trust Co., Iitd.
(Realty Auction Co., I.tu.t
WE have l'OIl
furnished houses in
and Niiuanu Dis
tricts, for from three
to six months.
These aro choico residences and
'.ill be rented at a reasonable
figure to anyone who will tako
good care of tho property.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
The Ollice of tho
Is open on Sunday mornings from
eight until ten, and on other days
from seven a. tn. to five-thirty
lltudo for u natlonto nssumo. Asuii
English writer tnys:
"The military class which aro real
ly an Idle class, Tipt by IholStato for
mo possible uso of lighting, have
grown Into an assumption In I'tlqucllo
nnd authority which Is distasteful tn
the rank nnd file. That an army olll
cor should hold any precedence so
chilly by vlrtuo of Ills duties. Is nh
surd, for any educated inlilillo-cln&s
man stands above him In service ren
dered lo tho govcriuieciit nml nation."
Turning this body Into policemen
would make n serving body of useful
men, ami give their wives and daugh
ters something to do In the way of
fcoclology. riioso or tnem wlioxo llnio
hangs heavily on their hnnds, could
do a great deal of good among tho
people their husband? wcro employed
With tho possibility of war elimin
ated between tho grentest nations of
tho world, wo could noiitrnllzo Pa
nama and possible tho Philippine Is
lands, and dovoto somo of tho mil
lions wo should thus save tn the
needs of onr dependent clnBses. to
tho upbuilding or ugrlculliiro nnd the
lowering of taxes.
Ilcsplto the fact that some persons
will 1)0 spendthrifts nnd Idlo, Hint
some will drink nnd gamblo and steal,
tho direction nnd oxpcndlturo "l morn
Knur bedrooms, lCluntf Ht $65.00
Three bedrooms, Kulniukl 60.00
Two bedrooms, Kalinin 35.00
Two bedrooms, l'alolo 30.00
Three bedrooms, l'dlolo -. 30.00
An iiltinctlvo property In the
I'unnhoii district $5000.00
llungiilow nnd half acre of land
In Manna Valley, dcalruhlo
F0ET AND MERCHANT STREETH HONOLULU, T. H.
Gift Booklets and
1066 Fort Street
If you wish to send vour mainland
friends half-a-dozen CHOICE PINE
APPLES or a bunch of BANANAS,
Just leave an' order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 King Street
(With Wells, I'urgo Exiirrsa Co.)
thought nnd money towards Hie ante
lloratlon of social evils would go i
great way In tho direction of reme
dying them I
Indeed, considering our Ignorance
of nnd Indifference to these condl-j
lions, realizing Hint war has been lo-1
gallzcd by extensive and expensive-
preparations for II that our punish-j
men Is, prison, nsylums and methods1
of charity havo fostered crime, that
our syslcm of education has been
woefully Inadequate, that our class
distinctions havo been pernlcuoiif.
that our governments hao been de
spotic1, that our churches havo been
unchristian ami unmoral, that wo
havo folfctercd the saloon nnd I ho
brnlhel upon Foelctv and Htnellnnel
them by legal approval. Hint we have
allowed .nnjuil and Indlvlduous dis
tinctions hot ween' men iiud women
that wo havo treated our children
without regard to their social neces
sities -cemshleilng 'ill this I say, It
is marvelous that the world Is in
good as It Is II Is surprising that
the "hail" nro in. werr.o.
Having tirade our Implements of
penco ami Industry nut of our unused
armaments, wp would havo I lino1 nnd
money to devote lo Hie betterment of
the world at largo.
Wo would begin lo have a teal bro
Iherliood of man,' falso' nnd sellpli
patriotism would dl6 out, and racial
prejudice fade. ,
Wo would be nationally and Indivi
dually just lo all men. As one clean
room In the house suggests others.
so would our dropping war arouse'
us to tho necessity, or other reforms
such ns doing nway with the legalized
inniiiifncluio and salo of Intoxicating
We would delay no longer In giv
ing our children all tho rights and
privileges which they would bo beiw
Wo would removo nil social and
political restraints which nro unjusi
lo women. We would npiko no laws
unjust to peoples wo do not happen
lo llko or fear.
Wo would oblige corporations to
deal Justly with all men. We would
lei those who understand disease
deal with men and women and chil
dren whom wo call "criminal" but
Honolulu's Leading Store for Corsets
Wc carry antl arc the Agents for the best Corsets
America produces ' x
" Madame Irene"
This famous corset requires no hoostinu; .111 the best
stores in America carry it as a leader. "ONCE WORN
ALWAYS WORN. Wc sell. at same prices as charged in
Madame Irene's Parlors on 5th Avenue, New York, viz:
$5, $7.50, $10.50, $12.50 & $15
In Popular Prices
We have what wc consider the two, best makes in
Every Shape for All Figures, viz: G-D JUSTRITE and
the well known "AMERICAN BEAUTY" at
$1.00 to $3.50
who are only afflicted with dibenso
These are some of the things which
would hapcu If war was forever'
abolished, nnd tho world lit htrgel
looked upon lighting ui II is looked!
upon, by tho best men and women.
It was Theodore Roosevelt himself;
who said in an nihil ess:
"NO (lOVHHNMKNT WIl.I. UVKII,
lilt I'KHKKOT UNTIL IJVKIIY OITI
.IJN CAN HAY": 'I AM MY DltOTH-
KifH Ki:i:i'i:it.--i am coni-idunt
THAT, IN Tilt; KINAI. ANAUVHIH.
Wi: SHAM. FIND THAT THIS STA
IIIMTY ()! OlMt. (lOVIJItNMHNT
wsi'KNns not so Mnt'ii on mm
AHMIKS AND NAVII5S-IIITT HATII
Klt WH WIl.I. IIA.VB TO llKI'I'INH
iu'on tiii; iiuoriiimiiooi) or
R. S (iOOIU'IJ.
MISS LIST SELLS
(Continued from Pago 1)
ivrrK'H urn-It. nml she will enter oilier
employment In the near future to con
tinue until she loaves the city on her
The pnlillc or Honolulu has patron
ized her lis It has no oilier tp'WK ven
dor In the past, u in I for tills Miss 1. 1st
tenders her thatiks through tho col
umns of till', paper.
Many Kinds of Weather. '
1'iom warm weather In Kuiitns City
In AiikuM, Miss 1. 1st lias traveled
through the constantly growing cold to
New York ami then bach lo thc'Mlddlc
WcM, wliero the thermometer regis
tered several degrees below zero lit
Dch MiiIiioh end was colder still in Min
nesota unit Montana on tho Western
In (be Co.iRt cities of the Northwoit
It was warner. nnd then down to Los
Angeles lo summer weather for n time,
and back to San Francisco, where there
was I wan',' iiiougli In the air to inako
n decided change.
To Sunny Climes.
Across sparkling seas, making tho
NEW STYLE SUIT8 FOR
Ages froiTl 4 to IS
Prices fiolu $1 50 to $7.
Prices fiom Mo to t 50
CORDUROY PANTS FOR
Trice 1 -J 5
KAM CH0NG CO,
FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS
memory or rohl grow illni. she came to
the palm-frlngeit shores of O.ihll. nml
In the I'aradlse of Hie I'aclllc sho .will
slay fur several' weeks before golna
Charles i;dward Hus.-ol, the frtoolnl
l.il. took a lllnc nt capital nml the
upper clai-Hi h during Ids talk nt the
Young Hotel roof garden yesterdav aft
ernoon, and predicted that there would
be a change In the Vspect of govern
ment of the United Stutes soon.
He claimed Hint S5 per cent, or the
people In the I'nlted Slates lived from
iiniul to mouth, mid that they would
overturn the 15 per cent, in wune man
lier, perhaps forclhly.
Ills talk was rambling on. from one
thing lo another, with little Heipieiice.
and be tool, a tllmr at almost every
thing from the AsMiclated Press and
the trusts to the express and telegraph
TrTOBULLETIN ADS PAY-7W5J
I'nrt street simp! $1500 Seven-room
unit bath home. 1-vt 56x114. Tills
piece of property Is within u block
nnd ii half of lleretaiilu street.
Jtesk room, $10 per month, in light
ulry room. Impilm Itoom 401 , Stun
geiiwnhl llldg 4!Cl-3t
A sonny room suitable for ope or two
gentlemen, with or without board.
Apply corner King and Itlchai'iW Kts.
C. P. Rccd & Co.'s
LowShoes I , 4
Tho Call of the Season
The d.'ilnllly-el.id fool -trim,
neat, stylish is tho
outcome of curefullyso
OUR NCW SPRING
Includes the most "fnshlnn
iibbi effects, In an nrrny of
leathers, styles ami nhnpes
that tire not only varied,
lint Include ovcrylhlnic that
the style Judge approves
As usual, tills store will
be tho center of Footwear
Style nnd both men and
women will llnd this shop
the most satisfactory placo
at which to select their
Spring Low Shoes
Shoe Co., Lid.
Be Your Own
' Call nt. the (Honolulu', Dairy
mcn'H.AKfiC'i.'billpn.', Ltd l)n fiber
I, tan street, between in and It
o'clock any iiiorning. iinil scolmw
milk Is bandied by electric It ctt
luent and sanitary methods, to
be placed wltb'lbe consumers mi
It wilt be absolutely pure ami
free from germ life and bactorl.i.
BANZAI SHOE STO-c
BeretsuU Street, Near Nuusnu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Clins. R. Frazior
Phone 1371 122 King- St.
Regal Shoo Store,
It's ii Rteat satisfaction to
.carry a watch that ulwayH nivea
That Is why tlicru tiro over
In tisd Tho owner ot a WnfJ
tliitm Watch can iilwuys rely
upon his watch to cct htm there
im time, i
It's tlmo you owned ti Wal
Wo carry a complete stock of
Walthams. Como nnd talk with
us about watches.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
Hj Open Saturday Cvcnlnus
jdrnti' Mt'u-:ui, L.
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