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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEONE8DAY, MAY 24, 1911.
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1 eMBuslness Office,
Manners Impress ns tliej Indicate
real power. A iniiti who In Mire of
hli iiolnl r.irrlrt it lirtmd nut) content
ed rxprt'iilaii, which everjbod) rciuK
Kalrchlld lias Bald nnthln'
Into all Federal building slto propo
sitions some rain must fall
It In just possible tliat M.ulero lias
started something that lio can't stop.
Diaz Inaugurated tho public school
sj atom In Darker Mexico, for which
be v 111 be given credit.
Probably tho Attorney General of
'"the United States Is tho man who
would decide whether rnirchlld Is ol
Iglblo or not.
It Is ten to one. that Frear himself
would recommend Kalrclillil No one
r realty wains me uuvcruursuip ut na
...nll until I. la nffnrnii 1.1m
t.tlll Ul.Wl 11 lil UMV1VU 1.(1.1
Research has brought out a more
serious disqualification for Senator
Falrchlld than the Organic Act He
has never been through Yale.
Very likely the Kotiula Midget
thought that Holstoln was ready to
say in public what ho has bo liberally
spread over the community In private
t' Delcrnto Kuhlo has kent his factB
I & " . .... ...
V ana ligurcs so nmcii to mmscif tnat
r everyone Is wondering whether his
two and two will mnko four, twenty
t' three, or nit.
!H , Running the risk of being charged
ifwlth playing Into tho hands of tho
; Standard Oil It Is timely to suggest
' ;a generous use of nil on the stngnnnt
'' ponds of your neighborhood.
If tho community had such an over
whelming enthusiasm for tho capacity
of tho Superintendent of Public
Works, no- Harbor Commission bill
would ever liao been passed by the
Women of Philadelphia have start
ed a factional fight over tho sort of
parade that ought to be held on the
Fourth. Why not let them try rival
parades on that day and get a line on
the survlvnl of tho Attest
, Today's quotation on votes: Flvo
cents bid Six thousand sold to Fed
eral Site Committee Garden Island
Site shifting business Is obviously
not rushing If tho Site Shifters have
to go to Kauai for names to their pc
The United States Government nev
er 'destroys property. Certainly It
does not propose to do so when it
seeks to gain possession of property
'.held at $500,000 In order to replace it
with a'mllllon-dollar structure. If the
property Is worth $500,000 that
nm'ount will unquestionably bo paid
When tho Slto Shifters accuse F.
J, Lowrey of being influenced by sclf-
1 Ish motives, they are no better at best
I than tho pot trying to smirch the ket
itle. Lowrey Htands for tho moral ob
ijlgatlon of the Government to keep
Iffaith with tho people Tho Slto Shlft
'crs stand for any old thing to get a
Wlw.M llin Qlln ISIilMlnir I.ii.ln.iiu
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frjciurua troiii pennons ui uvo cents u
jjtname to long articles by some one who
, oesn i aaro io sign ins or nor name,
fctaUlJS public sees no occasion for chang-
Blllft no iiumiiuu III mippuii. in iiiu utw
(passed by CongrosH and th order of
ijjho Attorney Goneittl In t otinectloii
jtfiiio, uiiiiiuiiur in i fiuiiiiort n wouiu no
jimucii safer mill morn nearly hhiiu If
lUpusticil ii general ruk'iliitlim ex-
Tprt)liiK lis approval of Iliu plnnn nf
hi my oiiicorH for thu location nt iiuny
mT on HiIn Isliiml' Thin wnlilil m
JiiTT rtllarllon mi Uniinial tlmniiih nr
entered at the PoAtotfice at lloooltdn
at iecondlass matter.
MAY 24, 1011
any other commanding ofllcer and It
would not weaken the Chamber's po
sltlon. experience has shown that
when the Chamber of Commerco en
dorses one olllclal's view just to bo
courteous, It Is as likely as not too bo
called upon to endorse another view,
when n new official steps Into author
ity at Washington or Is assigned to
this Department The Influence of tho
Chilian will be inoro effective If It bo
expressed in n declaration of readi
ness to back up tho army In Its con
clusions on the best methods of de
fense It should also be remembered
that the Chamber of Commerco will
bo asked to remorse Itself cery tlmo
the Army happens to tread on tho
corns of one or two of Its members.
Members of the Sanitary Commis
sion In their tours about tho city nro
seeing things they would not believe
existed If they had heard of it
through some official or a newspaper.
If this be true of the "men on the
job" how much moro certainly must It
be true of the average citizen, who
"hasn't tho tlmo" for theso trips.
In other words how vory few resi
dents and citizens of Honolulu know.
of the actual conditions in this rapid.
ly growing city.
Other municipalities than Honolulu
have been struck with tho Ignorance
of tho average man concerning his own
town, and for the purposes of educa
tion the lio citizens have organized
regular "seeing tho city" tours for
tho resident, not tho tourist.
St. Louis for Instance has organized
a "seeing St. Louis" campaign with
the result that on one day eight hun
dred business men of that city took
tho tlmo to mako a trip through their
own town. Tho theory Is that nothing
will arouse tho pcoplo to action or bet
ter secure their cooperation than to
go about and Bee for themselves.
Prnctlco proves tho theory correct
But they must bo taken out If left
to themselves they stay at homo and
either accept tho other fellow'R word
for It or act tho part of tho boy who
The Board of Health and tho Sani
tary Commission need now the coop
eration and active support of tho cit
izen. They havo tho money and tho
legal authority galore.
Tho II u lie tin believes that with
tho nvcrago citizen seeing Is bel lov
ing, and time and money could not bo
spent Just now to better advantage
than In an organized cfTort to get tho
business men out Into the by-ways,
where tho danger lies.
Why' not "seeing Honolulu" tours
for tho old resident ns well as the
BUILDING ORDINANCE OR BUST
Chairman 'Cnrtcr of the Sanitary
Commission voices a very widespread
ind determined public sentiment when
io says that first on tho list of tho
'mmcdlate necessities Is a building
ordinance enacted by the Supervis
ors of tho City and County of Hono
According to the best information
'hat can be obtained that much-do-ayed
ordinance Is ready for the first
reading by tho Supervisors. It Is to
io presumed that theso ofllcors thor
ughly understand tho nttltudo of tho
nubile on the subject, and will allow
io excuse, action or Inuctlon of the'
mrvoylng architects und contractors
vho hnvo had possession of tho ord
inance for snvernl months, to Interfere
with thu early passngo of tho mens
uro. Thu stuleiiK'iit has been inadn that
ho Supervisors nro afraid of tint or
llnanro bocaiiss of tho voles (hey may
'(iso through It
Wn cannot hullmu there Is any
nilindllllou (if fml In this iisaerllnn.
VolliliiK l win ii curliilii than a gen.
Till political upheaval aualn.l il,n
HllrilrorH mid Him pnilv M.y ,.).
ll'H'W, if inny full In m llio Imllil.
These lots ara at creit of "hill In
Block No. 10. 15,000 square feat In ouch
lot. Good view of sea and mountains. &
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lng ordinance or If .they dllly dally
with the measure and allow unsightly
shacks to go up all over tho town for
nnothcr six months. Wo believe the
Supervisors are keen-witted enough
to realizo this.
Tho attitude of tho voters of Hono
lulu at the present time Is not one
that will admit of petty quibbling on
matters that jeopardize tho safety and
prosperity of tho city. They must
have results, and If those results aro
not forthcoming In this particular In
stance thero will bo such an exhibi
tion of Honolulu united and Honolulu
aroused as has novcr been equaled In
any former days.
SAYING LIFE WITH ANIMALS
Iu a discussion of the conservation
of child life by Karl Mayo, In tho Out
look, it Is pointed out that tho lives
of 50,000 Americans, nine-tenths of
them children, are saved every year
as a result of the progress that has
been mado In dealing with diphtheria.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
College Hills and
Wo have for sale a well-built mod
ern house on the carllne In College
Hills for G00O.
Let us show you what wo have In
tho way of building lots In the Puupuco
Soil and elevation the best.
Trices nnd terms liberal.
$5500 buys a house In the Maklkl
district. 9000 squaro feet of land, with
mi exceptionally wclMiullt liuuse, mod
mi in every purtlcular
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Statistics arc given to show that tho
death rate from this disease in 1S90,
In tho registration arou of tho United
States, was 978 for each million nf
noniilatlon. In 1900. following tlio
general ndoptlon'lbf diphtheria anti
toxin, the rato had fallen to -tTii per
million of population a reduction of
more than one-half. In 1910, It had
fallen to 267 for each million, accord
ing to tho returns for tho Stato of
This great stride In tho protection
of human life lias been mado possible
by experiments upon animals and, as
tho result of experiments upon an
imals now under way, In tho study of
other ailments, medical men hope
that similar results may be obtained
In dealing with other diseases of child
hood. Cruel us this may seem, especially
to those feminine representatives of
civilization who trust their chlfdren
to the mercies of Illiterate nursos
and tako their dogs and cats to bed
with them, the great proportion of
humanity will agree that tho advance
Is a wbolesomo ono, and that thou
sands of tho most Valuablo human
lives havo been won at tho oxpenso of
a comparatively few animal onos.
arc linked together. The
reason is that at a period
when a girl's digestion is
provides h.er with powerful
nourishment in easily di
. It's the food that builds
and keeps up a girl's
AS EXPECTED FROM HOLSTEIN
Speaker Hnlstcln hits dono Just ex
actly what those who know him best
expected ho would do, In connection
with his reported remarks on Camp
hell and tho Mnhiikpna wharf.
Tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 n was correct in as
suming that, cither tho Speaker was
not correctly qnnted'or ho didn't know
whnt ho was talking nbout.
' Hut thero Is one matter on which
the Speaker l fully Informed, namely,
tho movement In tho House of Repre
sentatives to hold up tho salary of tho
Superintendent of Public Works until
ho should send a letter to tho party
managers on tho subject of patron
age. Under nny circumstances I ho Speak
er nf tho IIouso has made n mighty
poor beginning for nno who aspires
to bo in the list of candidates for Dcl
egato to Congress when Kuhlo gives
tho final word that he Is dono with it
(Continued from Page 1)
ministration, which succeeded Ills In
ISS.H, ho served suceesa.lv ely as a mem
ber of tho cabinet, Hcnutor and, dov
ernoi of Oaxnca.
He Is of Indian decent on his moth
er's side Ills fnther was n Spaniard.
I. lent -t'ol I'orllrlo Dlnr. and two
daughters were thu lisuo of his mar
rlugo to the daughter of Dr Ortega
Ileych. In 1SS2 lio mnrrleil t'.irmen Iln
merj Ilubln, daughter of a noted law-
er nnd statesman TJicy have no chil
li ri n
RISE OF DE LA BARRA
TO POWER IS SPE.EDY
Senor Francisco do la Il.trra, who
siiccrcdi Oh as temporary president.
Ii now mliiljt'r of foreign affairs. Ho
was former ambassador to tho United
Stntes. nnd previous to holding that
ofllro lie represented Mexico nt tho
Nctlicrlinds Ho first entered tho dip
loiiuttlc servlco In 1902, when ho repre
sented Mexleo its mlnlMer plenlpoten
tlnry nnd envoy extraordinary to tho
South American republics on tho At
tantle side. In 1907 ho was sent to
Tho Huisue. and It was thero that ho
first attracted International attention
for knowledge of affairs and his diplo
BULLETIN ADp PAY-
Many Styles for
1051 POUT OTniiCT
MOVE IS ON
"The Hands - Around - tho - Pacific
movement Is creating discussion
throughout Australia, und even In
London It li advertising Hawaii
around the globe. The Idea has taken,
and wo of tho other parts of tho Pa
cific ull wish to come In with ou."
This will tho greeting to tho club
from Percy Hunter yesterday at the
lunch tendered him nt tho University
Governor Frcnr, Secretary K. A.
Mott-Sniltli, J. P. Cooke, Prof. J. W
aihnorc, A II. I'ord, W. A. Ilivan, V.
C. Sedgwick, O H Tultle nnd P. M.
Pond uero iiiiioug tl,o prominent hosts
nnd directors of tho Hnnds-Around-tho-P.tcinc
In Introducing Hunter. President
Sedgwick told how tho movement had
sturtcd four jcirs ngo, nt tho Univer
sity Club, Governor Prenr nnd J P.
Cooke giving tho Initiative, with tho
cooperation of tt A Mott-Smlth, h. A.
Thurston nnd It. 11. Trent.
Hunter took up tho story nnd told
of bli entertaining Pord In Sydney and
dlFcuilng tho plan there, and his In
vitation from the Oovcrnor to como to
llnunll, IIiIh being Hunter's third visit
on Piin-Pncldc matters.
J. P Cooko followed tho speaker of
tho day, narrating his experiences In
New Zenlnnd with tho government
tourist bureau there, and told how It
bad Iniplred bltn to hope nnd work for
something of tho sort for Hawaii.
President Sedgwick stated that Peru
and Pacific South America have ex
pressed a dcslro that ttiey bo not left
out of tho movement, nnd tho other
guest of the occasion, Victor M. Smith
of tho Kpokun'o Chamber of Commerce,
was Introduced Mr. Smith gnvo an
Interesting account of tho manner In
which the Spokane Chamber of Com
merco had reached out for tho young
men. and how It had enthused them.
until n vast promotion army sprung up.
Not guilty was the plea entered by
Chris Snyder In tho United States
District Court this morning to tho
three count Indictment charging him
with Importing, concealing and nld-
Ing In tho concealing of opium n
trnhaud within tho Territory of jfu
Snvder was represented In court by
Attorney Frank Thompson, vtho mado
a strong plea for Immediate action on
the trial. Ho stated that his client
was a mining man nf lnrgo Intqrcfcts
who would suffer sovcrely by enforced
detention In Hawaii. United Statnt,
District Attorney Hrockons declared
that tho Snvder caso should tako Its
regular courso on the calendar, Jirtgo
demons finally ruling Hint It will bo
tho next trial In tho Federal court.
"All I want Is a speedy trial," said
Snvder Ihls morning. "I am not afraid
of the result for no Jury will convict
nn Innocent man. I only want n quick
hearing to 1 can get back tn my busi
ness." I00AL AND GENERAL.
Governor Frcar expects to announce
tho appointment of the Oahu belt road
Governor Frear has received tho
resignation of Tax Assessor Wllfong
of Kauai, to take effect on Juno 30th
tho last day of tho present fiscal PC'
Governor Frcnr states that ho has
nut received a petition or protest of
any sort on tho Mnhiikona wharf and
Marstnn Campbell's policy In tint
Thn demurrer to tho Indictment for
assault with a dangerous weapon In
the caso of James Korshner, will he
argued before Judgo Coopor at 2
o'clock Monday afternoon.
The case of tho Tcrrltoiy against
Hort Llghtfont, charged with vlolal'
lug tho regulations of tho Hoard of
Health prohibiting swimming In tho
harbor, was liostpnncd again this
morning, tho caso coming on for trial
In Judgo Cooper's court tomorrow
morning nt 0 o'clock
The resignation of Charles It. Hem
enway, a member of tho Sanitary
Commission, has been left In tho
hnndn of Chairman Carter io be turn
ed over to tho Governor If any neces
sity should nrlbo during Itcmcnway's
nbsonco from the. Territory to provide
a full personnel for tho rommlsslon.
Tho Governor states, however, Hint
Homonway will ho away Only I a shoit
time mid that Ihoro Is llltlu likelihood
that his resignation will bo accepted
Dressed ull In blatk, with n IiIrIi col
lar und derby hat, rukimhltim, accused
of using threatening lunguugo against
iinothir Japanese, nod his wife, con
dinted his nun wish befmii MuKlxtrato
Miuisiiriiit tills morning and was sen
tenced to six months In Jail If ho tnulil
lint furnish II bund of 1250 to keep
thu piutii iiKiilimt tliemi tun Jupniumi,
l.orrln Ainlrevm vsuu thu iiltuiliey for
Iliu iiuiiplnliiliiK ullnc"!, mid us liu
IIiiIhIiuI Willi llu ill mi Iliu stand I'll
IiiinIiIiiiii limit ii hand ill irnaSM'klillll'
millim, Inn l III nut IiiImk mil mi) urn
NOW ALL RIGHT
Wonderful Results of Bro. Ben
jamin's Treatment State
ment by Mrs. Emilie
Very near dead but now ablo to
como In person to Honolulu nnd thnnk
llro. Henjamln for tho wonderful ro-
sults of n treatment of Hro. Henja
mln Compound Hcrbnlo. Hro. Donja-
mln Cough Ilemcdy nnd Wonder Lift-
Imcnt, Is tho statement mado by Mrs.
Kmlllo Silva of Kanlohl. '"I havo Buf
fered for years with pains In the right
sldo, pains In tho back nnd general
breakdown of tho system; dizzy
spells, awful headaches, no appetite.
bad cough, nervous and sleepless
nights. I was so sick they gnvo mo
up to dlo and thought thero was no
hope for me. Doctors wanted to op
erate for appendicitis, I rend of tho
many cures Hro. Denjamln was mak
ing with his great medicines nnd sent
my boys to get some. I havo tfsed tho
Hro. Henjamln Compound-Hcrbalo for
nv or two months now nnd right from
tho first dose I experienced Improve
ment. Tho Hro. Uenjamln Cough
ltcmedy relieved the cough which was
racking my lungs to pieces nnd the
nro. Benjamin Llnmicnt, applied
externally, restored tho circula
tion nnd stopped tho pain in
my limbs nnd I feel so well I enmo In
myself to get moro mcdlclno and thnnk
Dro. Henjamln for tho good his treat
ment has done."
To tho reporter llro. Henjamln
didn't seem nt nil surprised by tho
euro and said, "I havo Btnco I havo
been hero tho past twenty-six weeks
cured up many hopeless cases with
my wonderful Compound-Herbnlo ns
slstcd by my other remedies. My stay
in Honolulu is tlrnwlng to n close and
I would ndvlso all to call at onco at
tho Honolulu Drug Co, 1024 Tort
street, near King, Odd Fellows build
ing, nnd got the ndvlce of myself or
my nsslstnnts how to offect these mar
velous results you get from tho right
use of my different remedies. For
J on must itso them right and ac
cording tn directions nnd uso It long
enough to get a fair trial, so ns to
show you tho extended treatment will
euro you. Until further notlco I will
sell nny live of my fiOc preparations
for $2 00, w bother nil of ono kind or
nn nssnrtcd loL They nro tho Hro,
Henjamln Catarrh ltcmedy, Wonder
Liniment nnd Cough Remedy nnd
Snlvo and should be In every house
hold ns they Bavo ilmc, trouble and
doctor bills?" -"" '
Thirty domurrnrs were filed In tho
Circuit Court this morning In tho be
half nf the defendants named In tho
dnmngo suits brought In behalf of tho
Filipinos who were taken off the Ko
rea and held as witnesses during tho
trouble with tho labor recruiters.
Tho demurrers nre filed In tho
names of Judgo Whitney of the Cir
cuit Court; Attorney Oonernl Lindsay,
Sheriff Jnrrett, H. D. Tcnnoy, Faxon
Hlshop nnd William Pfntonhnucr.
A horso nr pony suitable for boy State
lowest cash price nnd whero can be
seen Address Melville, enro I)ull
tln ollicc. 4936-tf
Tuesday, May .10, 1911, having been
M't apart and established by law as
a Territorial holiday, all Territorial of
fices will bo closed on that day.
Hy order of tho Governor.
H A. MOTT-BMITII,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Hxwutlvu Ilitlldlng, Honolulu, Ha
waii, May 2:, 1911. 493G-U
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