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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1911.
V DAILY and WEEKLY Published bv BULLETIN PUBLISHING
b, CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., .Territory of Hawaii.
I Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
' MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. .
niRnui.ATinN i arrfst np amy wfwspappr piiri isHFn
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallact. R. Farringtom, - Editor
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SUUSUmniUN HAILS FATAHLt IN AUVANUt.
Or Month, an)where In U.S 41 .7fl
Prf Quarter, anynbtreln U.S.. .. 2.oo
fn Year, ativhcrc In US. M.oo
Ptr Vem, potato", loreljtt 13. uu
ret St Montiu 9 ,Ao
Per Year, arjjrwbeielQ US I.oo
Tet Year artywhert n Canada. l.lSo
Pet Year poilpald, loltlin 3.m
Tp-jU i auditorial Rooms,
' 5a"l Business Office,
Kmned at tbe Fottofficv at HodoibIu
a second-elaia matter
.MAY 27, 1911
Free rnrn In old Koine bribed it
mob mill kept II i.iltr. II)' fire
books mill i lint goes with them 111
modern America hc niriiti In crnc
llio nioli from existence. Tlirrc lies
tbc cardinal difference between a ch -lllatlon
which perished anil u rltll
laltiin (lint "111 rndiirtv Lamed.
Supposing Investigation of the sug
ar trust Is politics, what is public
1 r Perhaps the Hindu burned Ills feet
i ."Irathcr tlian suffering from frigid
Yip 'pedal extremities.
mi , .-.
fell It took a stroke of liRhtnliic to Ret
Honolulu out of the rut of the un
tajf usual summer quiet.
: Kven the lightning InJInwnlt is
IK-falrly well trained or humanity ex-
cepUoually well lustil.tted.
Ixian commissioners are supposed
"to produce tho realest real thing In
the latest stjlc of road building. And
fit they don't
- " Mrs. Tnft Is wild to be tho real pol-
CVltlcInu of the White House Isn't that
?!ilintli flin.i (.,, In,, till, fttlfl ullMllllntr
'"Votes for women."
j Ufa In America will nccr bo the
j,, same, when tho pcoplo don't luivo
fv Justlco Harlan to dissect the conclu
sions of tho majority of tho court.
tAlt Unu Itri.'n dAfltiltn V'llnn In
Pu .."" ....v .. Ui,..,,i.. ...
Washington, and that Isn't much.
Especially when they are worked up
n tlin lttiulu ir fhn im timnnlK urn-
Wparcd by the Site Shifters.
If It tin trim that Klmr George
i;doesn't like Americans, he will hao
ifan awful time going down tho lino on
L,fcuronntlon day. All tho best seats
jC'iliavo been bought up by "our folks."
.r-r remaps it wuiiiii uu ucult mi uiu
SUnltcd States to try the arbitration
racket on Orcat Hrllaln beforo an
'tsworlng tho application of other na
tions for a share In the game.
Hoy Scouts can mako themselves
one of the best organizations In .tho
city by setting about to make them
sche suscful. It Is the successful ap
plication of knowledge to practical
affairs that makes organization 'and
discipline worth while.
Mosquitoes arc in Honolulu be
cause tho pcoplo allow them to stay
All the world knows that mosquitoes
can bo driven out, and the reputation
for having wiped out tho pest is all
the recommendation any community
needs to be placed high on the list of
Charge the dull market up to the
after-effect of tho cholera quarantine
that held up the tourist season and
forced n new stnrL Then rcdoublo
your effort In assisting those who arc
doing their utmost to guarantee the
city against the necessity of quaran
tines and consequent dull periods.
Wouldn't It be lino If the Supreme
Court of tho United States would ren
der a decision, In some all Important
case, that everyone could understand.
After worrying many months over
what tho decision might be, tho gen
eral public doesn't know now wheth
er It Is going or coming In tho anti
Mosquitoes havo had a monopoly of
vtho buzzing Industry for many, many
cars. It's the game of tho mosquito
lighters to mako a nolso that means
permanent death to tho pest trust
Honolulu objects to donning its
Sbcst bib and tucker to attend a con-
4'ccrt given by artists wearing white
i tiihnpfi. R.'ilmnn colored socks and
l --. -
i f-green biioc swings,
JTlleldtClioIr ran sing
lint the Slief-
" ; Of courso the Banltators may mako
Ume mistakes In talking too much
Fiihmit Ihn nrnhlenin of Wnlkikl. but If
Mtiio majority of tho campaign errors
lam on tho right side, the real mis
takes jnay bo forgotten.
This Will Help
Help you teleet ths heme you with to buy. . Below are 16 from
which to choose. Thote designated at modern have modern san
itary plumbing, electric lights, city water, etc.
1. Queen 8lreet 5 rooms, modern ,Pf d . I '. .' $1200
2. Kalmiikl 5 rooms, modern :i t 1375
3. KaplolanI Park 5 rooms, modern .". i 1300
4. Kallhl 4 rooms ; yyv uol
5. Paloto 2 bedrooms, 2 acres land .'''....7!?. 1800
6. Palolo 3 rooms, 2 acres land .'..'....'.. 2000
7. Matlock Avenue 5 rooms, modern .."...,. 2500
8. Matlock Avenue 6 rooms, modern .'.' 2650
9. Young Street 6 rooms, modern i....'.J. ..vA;'. 3150
10. Lunalilo Street 6 rooms, modern ...'.7: 3200
11. Puunul 6 rooms, modern 3900
12. Young Street 2-story, 10 rooms, modern ....'.''. 4000
13. Anapunl Street 8 rooms, modern V 4000
14. Beretania Street Two modern 5-room houses 4500
15. Maklkl Street 7 rooms, modern ;.'..... 4750
16. Anapunl Street 5 rooms, modern ,...5000
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
WE have FOR
furnished houses in
and Nuuanu Dis
tricts, for from three
to six months.
These are choice residences and
Vill be ranted at a reasonable
figure to anyone who will take
good care of the property.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Unique Pieces now on view at
to your friends at sea. Offioe open
from 7 a. m. to 5)30 p. m-, except on
Sundays, when It Is open from 8 to
10 a. m.
If you wish to sena your mainland
friends half-a-dozen CHOICE PINE
APPLES or a buncK' of BANANA8,
Just leave an order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 ? King Str.at
tWIth Wells, Tareo Express Co.)
Have Your Watch
A watch will run without oil or
cleaning longer than any other
plcco of machinery but It needs
If you will consider that tho
rim of tho bnlanco wheel travels
over fifteen miles a day, you will
not grudgo your watch a speck
of oil nnd u cleaning nnco n year.
It will Increaso tho life and nc
curncy of your watch, Lcavo
your wutch with us today.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
'SHereufter when u concert company
comes to Honolulu at a high price,
'ojhopo tho local enthusiasts will al
ow them to follow out tho program
s'cplanncd, and not bring about a
ango nun excuangns variety iui tuu
inuchnf ono good thing.
JlBonator La rolletto'u weekly has
iBatil. In effect thai tho men charged
with, dynumiting tho Los Aiiwlcs
LU'lmos building aro entitled to a fair
a! unci suspension of Judgment uu
3. .. . .... ... ......
ail uifl lacis urn kiimwii. iji rm-
enemies don't know whether
attack lilui for this sentiment or
ca upon a time Hawaii was
liiiTkliiK Uungniiw for a largor iixprnd-
I of mutiny In llici-o Islands to
are wllh tint largo nmiiiiiil of
h. lovouilu collided hern. rlllii'O
nmiiiilly U pliu'lng ltelf In tlin
UU nf IiIhuHIhk ihn ciipendltiirn
Djiey Hlmiidy Mipruirlutad for n
IlllllllllIK, It U llllt Hi II P'Wl-
CjttniPliilii nf I'lHlernl lurk nf
"Sec America First" Is Theme
of Governor of
Oovcrnor Trear has received a let
ter frum Oovernor Auitln Crothcrs of
Maryland, urging the cooperation of
Hawaii In n "See America Flist" con
vention that Is to bo held In Ualtlmoro
Jnmiury 2i to I, of next year.
Tho letter Is apparently drawn up
for tho Governors of all States, and
Hawaii has the honor of being referred
to as "jour Stato" throughout.
In the course of his letter tho Gov
ernor of Maryland says:
"My Dear Governor: The business
men of Maryland, unit particularly of
Baltimore City, with the asslxtanco of
tho newspapers nnd various local trade
bodies, nro arranging to hold In Haiti
moro from January 12 to January 27,
1912. a 'See Europe If you will, but
see America first convention; und as
Governor of Maryland, I tuko the lib-
erty of Inviting the nctlvo cooperation
of your State.
"As you know, it Is estimated that
some hundreds of millions of dollars
arc spent annually by Americans In
foreign travel, and tens of thousands of
our people go ulnoad constantly who
really know very little ubout thj In
teresting feuturos or tlieir own wonucr
ful country. This Is especially true of
pcoplo In tlin East. Those who go
abroad, as vvel( as those who stay at
home, do not realize tho attractions
and educational values which the dif
ferent States have to offer In tho way
of travel and tight-seeing, nor do they
appreciate tho great commercial and
social advantages which spring from a
wldtr Intermingling with their fellow
"I hit 'Sen America First' conven
tion, which tho ptoplo of my State
will hold, uppi'iil8 to mo as a project
which should hjive tho support of every
other State To ono who dooa not know
Hawaii, tho natural iueftlon would be
what In thero In Hawaii tliut would
Interest me as u sightseer or tourist?
Or If I go there, what ought I to sco?
Or what huk It of Interest, that wo do
not havo In Maryland?' Tho object of
IIiIm convention I to enlighten our own
pioplii unci such visitors us wo may
havo on such general points In this
way it wider community of Interests
can Im cultivated and Intirsluto truiol
"If you am In sympathy wllh Ihn
muveiiient, I would like lo suggest Hull
toil appoint a ininiiillteo of twenty,
live nf yimr nypriweiitallvn rltlai'lis In
IhIio lip With nur minmlllriMt Him que'
licit nf Inn In our Himn inuperlyreii.
resented In this convention. Tho ex
pense to your mnio wouici no very
nominal, as jour display features would
bo largely a mntter of photographs,
slides, etc.; .paintings which could bo
loaned, lltrruturo for distribution, etc.,
with somo addresses by such of your
delegates ns tnUht caro to attend or
other speakers they might select Of
course, you might bo nblo to arrange
for more substantial exhibits, though
ns to all such matters of detail our
convention committees can enlighten
your delegates, If you see fit to glvo
this "your support. I should note that
there will be no expense nt this end
for placing nnd caring for exhibits, so
that the outlays necessary for your
committee to mako will almost bo nom-Inal."
(Continued from Page 1)
As tho sales' force put It this morn
ing, when 'asked about the damage
of goods reserved tljerc for extra
store stock wero wafcr-soaked.
"Something of everything has been
damaged " There was no insurnnco on
tho goods, covering destruction by
water. ( . O
Duo to the damage (tone to the stock
nnd tho Impossibility of getting tho
stnro In fit condition to servo cus
tomers tnc store is closed all iay,
today. Tho stock Is being sorted and
arranged for a "damago salo" which
wilt start Monday morning. All tho
stock damaged or partlnlly damaged
will bo on sale, no portion of It priced
at more than the cost price and much
of It nt less.
FROM HAWAII ON
WALK OF WORLD
Julius Rath of St. Louis, whq passed
through Honolulu it number of monthd
ago on u round-the-world walking tour,
bus reached New York. Tho New
York World gives the following uccount
of tho pedestrian lit tho metropolis:
Under tho terms of an arrangement
with tho St. I-ouls Club compelled to
walk for eighteen years on tho earth
and tho decks of ships, Julius Itath of
Bt Lou In blew In upon the adjutant
on Governor's Island yesterday after
noon, leading his dog Jack After ho
had been "signed up" by John II Mnd
den, cuptaln-ndjutunt, 29th Infantry,
rtnlh, tho wunderlng spirit, nnd tho
dog, more tired than his master, re
sumed their tramp.
Rath calls himself the long dlstanco
walker. In 1897, when fourteen, he was
selected from 100 newsboys by tho St.
Louis nub to walk 00,000 miles In
eighteen yenrs, report back with J 1000
and a dog and. If ho shoutd live up to(
tile terms, receive 3U,uuu. no must
not beg, borrow, steal, do manual In-1
bor or ride wherever It Is possible tof
walk. For fourteen years Itath has
been going. Ho has walked 475,000
miles, worn out four dogs nnd 411
pairs of shoes, filled 2 SO books with
the olllelal seals nnd signatures nf
chiefs of police, city clerks, postmas
ters, governors nnd commandants of
posts and accumulated 110 of tho 11000
ho must turn In at the finish. Ho has
girdled tho globo three times nnd has
been In every country on tho earth.
Held Up In California.
Rath Is permitted to lecture, sell his
photograph nnd reeclvn contributions.
In Lower California Itath was order
ed by bandits to throw up his hands.
He had his gun ready nnd dismounted
ono of tho bandits with n bullet. TJiey
shot him through tho leg und rode
nwaj'. Hc crawled to Ensennda, re
ported, ami was In the hospital four
East of Johannesburg n trlbo of
naked black men captured Rath and
bound him to a treo for a en nn Dial
feast. Rath says ha worked tho knots
leoo nnd escaped.
"I llnd meat Is not very good for n
long hike;" says tho walker. "Meat
makes you thirsty, nnd too much of It
upsetb the nervous as well as tho di
gestive sjstcni. I end, eggs, lots of
fruit, nnd In tho Snndwlch Islands pell,
tho native food. Tho best remedy for
thht Is ginseng root and the mildest
tobacco a mixture of Hungarian nnd
Carries Sixty Pounds.
Rath carries a hatchet, wears a ped
ometer on his leg; ho walks with sixty
pounds of outfit, Inctttdlng t hammock,
He wll bo llvo days In New York
walking nnd expects to lecture nt tho
Hippodrome. Then he will go to Ilos
tnn nnd sail for London. At sen ho
walks twelve hours a day on deck. Ho
bears letters to King George nnd will
deliver a letter to Public School No.
.14, n New York. He will end hlstnsk
at tho Panama Cnnnl Exposition In
San Francisco In 191G.
SOLD ,THE ....
Thins for a small concrete h6uso nro
given In the May number of Popular
Mechanics Magazine. Two stories and
nn nttlc arc provided for, giving eight
rooms, and a large, roomy hall. Tho
estimated cost Is $4800.
Altorncy-Ocnornl Wlckcrshnm will
bo tho conrfncncomcnt day orator at
tho graduation exercises of tho Ynlo
Lnw School, Juno ID,
BERLIN, May 13. "Undress Heirs
versus Plus" Is tho ofilclul title of u
law suit pending In Wuorzburg, Ha
varla, against Popo Plus. Frauletn
Emlrcss died thero and left a fortune
of $25 003 to the Pope. Her poor re
latives, who received nothing, linvn
commenced legal proceedings to hno
tho will get aside, claiming that Fran
leln Endress was of unsound mind
when she mado it. They havo obtain
ed thrco medical certificates to this
effect. Tho Popo Is contesting tho
caso, but efforts nro now, being mado
to settle It out of court.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
College Hilis and
We have for sole a well-built mod
ern lioum on the carllue In College
Hills for JD000.
Let us Bbow you what we have In
the way of building lots In tho Puupueo
Soil und elevation tho best. ,
Prices and terms liberal. ' -
Makiki , .
J5J00 buys a house In the Maklkl
district. 9000 siiuare Ject nt hind, wllh
an exceptionally well-built house, mod
ern In every particular
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS HONOLULU, T, II.
We are now showing a
gun metal pump, with
leather necktie bow and
medium Cuban heels. The
most dressy men's slipper
Also a patent kid tie
pump, with square silk bow.
Both of these are strong
favorites for dinner, card
party, theater and evening
Prices, $4.00 and $4.50
M'Inerny Shoe Store
ROLL TOP DESKS
FLAT TOP DESKS
TYPEWRITER DESKS .
DIRECTORS' TABLES '
The kind that sell on their merits
H. Hackf eld & Co., Ltd.
Fort and Qiieen Sts.
jmMWik 'm ,4JUr Uktdim iSm.