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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911.
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Not only to say tho right thine; in the. light place, but far
moio difficult still, to leave unsaid the wiong thing at the
tempting moment. George A ugustus Sala.
GOOD POLITICS AND GOOD BUSINESS.
The tendency to "kid tricks" must be in the air.
On Wednesday a visiting baseball team wouldn't play be
cause the umpire's decision went against it.
Now the morning organ that has been trying to do poli
tics through the Mayor, an organ whose editorials have
sometimes come from the office of the chief executive, an
organ also that has made a business of batting around the
political compass in a most amusing way, comes to the
front with the whine that there ought to be an independent
parly in Honolulu; this on account of the Republican Su
pervisors not having done as the organ wanted.
As we understand it, the complaint is that there is "too
much politics" in the work of the city government.
As the morning paper understands it, the addition of an
independent party would reduce the politics.
It is 'o laugh.
' Only from a Fool's Paradise could you get a solemn con
clusion that there is less difficulty in running a three-ring
circus than the old-fashioned two-ring.
If any demand has come for a new' political party the
sponsor for if has yet to appear in the open.
What the business men want is results in' the particular
matters with 'which the Supervisors have to do, and this the
Supervisors arc getting in shape to give, as rapidly as is
possible with a nagging combination on their heels that
docs nothing but find fault and "lay it on the Supervisors."
Independent party talk is factionalism pure and simple.
Constructive political work should be done however in
nrcnaration for the election next year.
Honolulu needs a Mayor who can lead the way for a grow
ing and progressive city.
The next mayor of this city is a subject that should en
gage the serious attention of every person who has spare
time to give to the important work of government, and at the
same time, thought should be given the make-up of the
. Board of Supervisors.
This should be done now in order that a strong ticket of
aggressive men may be put in the field early next year. And
it may be done without in any way complicating the admin
istration of the present city government.
- We presume, it is safe to assume that Mayor Fern will not
seek re-election ,and it is equally certain that John Lane
1 will not again be a candidate for the position. Mr. Fern's
two terms should be sufficient to satisfy anyone, and as a
matter of fact the situation calls for a stronger man. Mr.
' Lane may hardly be expected to ask his party for a third
nomination. There will also be changes in the Board of
Supervisors, and without trying to force out any of the pres
ent incumbents there should be a general casting about for
two or three strong men to take the placps of those who will
retire trom the board ny preterence.
Preparatory work of this character-should be done by men
who have the broad interests of the city at heart, because to
do this is just as plainly good business as anything that is de
manded of the present city government. Sitting up nights
complaining is mighty poor business. It furnishes a bad
example and gets no results.
There is indeed an opportunity for first-class constructive
political work. Only misguided fools will waste time and
energy by going off on tangents.
lie Do you thliiU joii can intcli nny"
ailing from kissing?
"(Kin W.ll, jou'vo been bunging
nroupd since .Miiiid.iy unit J oil haven't
caught anything i'l
"What do nu think of my biirem
"Hy Jove, I think It ts ripping.
i "II.ilVMi-I Wliei .!'."'
BAN -ON CAMPAIGN BOOZE
'WASHINGTON. I C. July B Con
gressman I'lileb Powers nf Kentucky
V Inliodiiceil ii bill today that iiuiteiii-
, platis tho unseating by f'ongrefs of
'u'ny member who uxes whisky or other
jfeliitnYlrunt during his campaign to In-
LnueiKO inirni, or nini j't'iiimn uwji-fr
Mo' uau It In Ills behalf.
anieretl l in Pot. toft) ce l Huimmlq
w ttnai.l-rta.ji mi'ter
.JULY 21, 1911
..rather You niend too much money,
Why, nt j our agu I didn't luivo a cent
Hon Well, Ynu'io nothing on me.
"Oh, don't keep lighting nnd quarrel-
, lug nil the time, As Patrick Henry
' once said. 'Let us buo peace.'
"Who wild that?"
M'utrhk Henry, nn Irlxh patriot."
"tin oni no Irishman cut said nny
thing lllo that."
other (hliigs like money, promises of
offlco and ni tides of value nro Included
III tho prohibited class of gifts, but
whl'ky If, Hindu most conspicuous.
Comment was uiado today that, com
ing from n Kentiieklan, tho spirit of
the bill would Indicate ti rcmnrkahlo
change of moral sentiment In Kentucky,
(Continued trom Page 1)
formation nf cnnllr -settlements along
Much Chinese Smuggling.
Coincident with the xtnrtlng of n
movement In purchase Lower Callfor
n In, government nlllclalx hero hnvo be
come imieli nlurmed hy the smuggling
nf Chinese ncroxs tho liorilir. It Is as.
scried thnt hordes of Chlncfo nro being
l.imleil on the peninsula iiml smuggled
ucioss I lie bordT lit convenient points.
Tor the llrnt time. In Its history the
I'nltcd States has found It necessary
to m triil tho conxl of n friendly power.
The reciiue cutter McCnllough Is now
sailing up ntul down the l'ncllle waters
lug for Chinese toast runners Tim
tmnmnudpr must nnld arousing the III
will of the Mexican nulhorltlcx, but his
Inxtructloim nre to make' It mighty nil
lilenxnnt for any vessel thnt" he ocr
hauls loaded with coolies.
rtev. Charles J. Ilydir, secretary of
the Ainerlcnn Missionary Asxncliillii,
will nrrlto In Honolulu tho early p.irt
of Auiriixt Mini occupy tho pulpit of
Central Union chinch during the vnen
tlon season. r
Mr. Ityiler Ix one of the foremost
speaker of tlie country, nnd one fea
ture of his xtny will ho u series of Il
lustrated .Sunday eetilng lecturex on
the mission work with whlcrr'ho.ls con
litct.d, Those tectum hnvo pcen lc
llvcred In other partx of tho country
to audiences that packed hullsV nnd
ihurihex to tho doors, nnd a rare treat
Ix In xtnro for tho people of Jlnno
lulu, lloth Mr, Uld.r nnd his wife nro grad
unlet of Olicrlln College, which Is rep
resented In Hnwnll hy u lamer mini-
her of Krnduatcs than any other main
land coIIcko or university.
(Continued from Pag 1)
field. The protest Is liascd on ruin 22
of the Spalding haseh'ill rules.
The piotcst Is us follows:
Honolulu, T, II.. July 20, 19U.
Dear Sir: We. the captain and
manager of the Kvlo liasehall team
do hereby piotcst to the decision civ.
tn by the umpires" declaring that tho
Keln batelinll team forfeited the game
to the Chltiedu team. .
We claim thnt whin Knynnm hat
ted tho ball between center mid right
I'ehls Hip Mulders of tho Chlneso
team, Ku Kim nnd CIiiiik liiitig tiled tu
Held the ball, but hotli diopped tho
oau II n't on tho ground, beloro they
rccutcred tho ball, wiillo the batter,
Koynnm was iiiunlng hoinu touching
every base In order, but tho timplies
called tho batter out, declaring that
Die floldvrB of tlui Chinese team
caught tho ball In tho hand bufoio
eniuo touches the giuund, which Is
ontlrely tho fact. Wo further claim
that no timpiro can .uvnrd the giimo
In fax or of ono team nnd agnlnrt
unothor under the Spalding baseball
rule 22, when wo did not cnuimcnco
tlio imiiiu two hours before tho sun
ket, thcioforo we icspcctfiilly icipiest
J on o call a meeting to consider
We futthcr stnto that up to yestor
dny (meaning Wednesday) wo had
been kIicii fair decision by the um
pires but yesterday's gaino the umpire
wns too far-off In gUIng his dcclslous
on lulls nnd strikes against our team.
Wo know some facts mid nhlo to
it mo soniQ If necessary that wo
hliuuld state, but we will omit. Thank
ing on for consideration on above
matter. Dear 8lr wo nro,
Yours lespt'ctfully, .
E. KANKt, Captain,
Y. 8AKUKAI, Manager.
TO MOVE GARBAGE DEPARTMENT
Tho headquarters of tho garbage de-
purtment will bu removed from the
picgcnt headquarters on Hotel street
to utllee room to bu provided for Its re
ception In tho Mclntyro building.
Chairman McClelhin of the bentthcom
mlttut stated today that the removal
would save tbu city and county some
ISC n month.
Itetrcpchmeiit being tho order of tho
day. the department will be transferred
to the more central locution without
MORE TIME FOR
(Minimum MeClellan of tlio health
and sanitation committee usked for
further tlmo today hi tho presentation
if the otdliiunco which has to' do with
the protection of foodstuffs from dirt,
dust, tiles nnd other Insects, The meas
ure Is being put In xhiipu for Intro
duction at an early dato.
MADERO WANTS BIG LOAN
MEXICO CITY, July 7 Tho Mu
dero government Is preparing to Hoat
a r0,ono,ooo national loan In Wall
street, Now Yotk, Immediately after
election, according to Information giv
en mt tonight by Ernesto Maduro,
Secretury of tho Treusury.
.. , It's wisdom to buy n
home, unwise to continue
DUY A HOME
.' fl-room homo near Sher-
Idan xreit. Modern house,
A ltd two well-phinted lots,
A bnrgiiln lit $2700.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
DURING your ab
sence from the
Islands we are
prepared to manage your
estate t and look after
your interests here. You
will find it greatly to
ybur-ndvantage to place
the management of your
affairs with a capable
and responsible concern.
Come and sec us as to
Bishop Trust Co.. Ltd.
A Crate of Six Selected Pinee or
Large Bunch of Bananaa
Simply leuvo your order wo do the
I8LAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fargo Bxpress Company)
WERE IN POWER
New Section at Bishop
Museum Will Be Most
Tho plans which have 'been under
consideration for some time pint for
opening the third story of tho Hawaii
an section of tho lllshop Museum lire
now being carried out. When com
pletod It will form one of tho most
a to 19? .
8lnce we began selling lots In this land wa have learned a
thing or twot
First That, the real danand Is for medium-size' house total
and In accordance with our suggestion the owner has subdivided
the fwo large lota Into twelvo smaller ones, containing from 18,
000 to 0,000 square feet Still good-sized Iota)
Second That the lots In this land come pretty near selling
themselves. The reason? Because the lots are not remnants nor
undesirables left over after the pick, but are the real choice lo
cations. This Is easily proved by a visit to the land. Let'us
FORT AND MERCHANT STREET! HONOLULU; T, X.
Exhibition of 01iT
On at GURREY'S
TUB OWICI3 OF TUB
1.4 OI'Ktf FOR BIIII'S. MESdAQES
UNTIL 11 I. M.
Interesting In the building. All M'u
royal Jewels, tho crown and tho
throne will bo on exhibition besides
ninny other things 'of the tlmo when
llawnll hud her own royal court.
Tlio third ctory bus been used a.i
a store loom, the bit; cases up thcro
being lilted with all manner of cm I
ous things. These hnvo now all been
cleared away to the new building nnd
room mnilo for the new stuff. Thi
main collection will bo thnt known
as tho "CleBhorn" and will consist ot
tho things at ono tlmo owned by
I'rincess Kalutunlltcf whom, Hobcrl
Units Stevenson thouRht so much.
In one big enso will be placed tho
old throne and with It the robes nnd
crown, besides snmo of tho royal
jewels. This will be known as the
King's rase. In another, to be known
as tho Queen's enso. will he tho
dresses worn on stalo occasions bv
tho queens. Tlio collection will be 3
most Interesting ono for tho tourists,
ns well iis for kntnaal'tas.
Two other private collections nro
tn he added, nil of which dent with
tho history of tho Islands. The sec
tion Is to bo known ns the historical
lloor. Carpenter Ileynolds, of tho mu
seum Btaff, Is hard at work maklnt;
the cases now and hns a long lob in
front of him. Tho exhibits will take
a Ihiir tlmo to not ready ns on effort
Is to be made to Ret them ns nearly
llfu like ns Is possible.
It Is aim said thnt a strenuous ef
fort Is to be mndo tn Ret tho Damon
collection. This contntns some very
rare things mid would add much to
tho Kcneial Interest of the whole. No
definite time, can be stated ns to
when the floor will bo 'open to tho
public but tt.ls thought -that thore ts
very little likelihood of It bolnR this
(Continued from Pago 1)
sulKcrlptluni will be made to n fund
for tho lilt hop street opcnlliK. Tho
cost Is estimated nt approximately
jr.0,000, .mil the work Is to bo done
under direction of Uio department of
Mr, Walters said this mornlnR thnt
tho entire work of Improving this dis
trict should bo taken Up at once. It
was because of the proposed opening of
HMiop street and the plans to close
Union street that he bsf, bcAi quietly
euhirRlnit his holdings here, ho that If
Union street should be cloned ho will
still hnvo a frontniro onUlshop. In
fact, the property In which he now hns
a four-fifths Interest would hnvo a
frontage on Bishop street of somo ISO
The llrewcr Rxtnto meanwhile Ib pro.
ceedhiK ivlth plans for Its hulldhiK on
Hotel and Union htrcctx, tho architects,
nipley & Iteyuotdx, Ileitis now engaged
In drawing up the specifications, and
bids will be called for shortly. Mr.
Woltcrs, now the principal owner of
business property here, says he will 1)0
forced to go ahead tnnd build too with
a frontage on Union street, which wilt
forever stop the closing of this street
nnd delay the opening of Bishop, un
less before tne Brewer Kstate builds
the plans for the Bishop extension aro
"It Is up to the superintendent of
public works to do something about
till," snld Mr. Woltcrs this morning.
Wa should get some definite move
right nwny, othcrwlso bulldln'gs will
go up on Union street thnt will pro
vent Its 'being closed."
Chairman Berndt of tho Oahu central
Improvement committee said this morn
ing that the comiulttco will take up
tills mutter of the Bishop street exten
sion early next week nnd will endeaor
to secure tho unnulmousi action of In
terested property owners In raising
private funds to put the street through.
A public subscription to a small
amount may nlxo be asked.
(Continued from Paqtf 1)
of the road supervisor nnd will not bo
In tho hands of the city and county en
.Murray again disclaimed any Inten
tion upon tho part of tho majority fuc
tlon to do politics, nnd expressed tho
bono that Mayor Fern and his sup
porters woudl readily seo tho mnny
advantages for tho city under tho new
That Mayor Fern will- tako tho veto
nf Ordinance 33 to the Supreme Court
for a test of Its legality Is certnln from
remarks dropped by hls'IIonor thlsnft-
"Under the provisions of Section 1718
of tho city nnd county net, I can tako
this mntter up with tho Supreme Court,
though that body Is not In regular scs
Mayor Fern stated also that It was
not his Intention to tiring the matter
of legality up before the higher court
with the Intention of blocking the prog,
ress of work on city and county roads,
"I can submit, n statement of facts.
before 'the Supreme Court, nnd tho
opinion can lie had .within three days.'
was tho belief expressed by Fern to
The law declares that no vacancy
exists so far as the office of road su
pervhor Is concerned, and thnt Is a
point which will bo brought beforo the
high tribunal by Mayor Fern.
Congressman A. C. Mitchell of the
Second Kansas dlstrlct-dlcd recently
at his homo In Lawrence, Kan.
HOWARD WATCH E8
li. F. Wichman
& Co:. Ltd., (
This wonderful new pro
jess recently established In
our milk depot on, Shsridan
street sbiolulsly Insures
the purity of every drop of
milk we sell, without af
fectlng tlit flavor or qual
Physicians and bacteri
ologists everywhere pro
nounce this the one perfect
method of purlfylngmllk.
Call and see the purify
ing apparatus In operation.
KAISER FORCES MORGAN
INTO ROYAL YAGHT CLUB
"We have a New' Member,"
Says Wilhelm and That
IinnMK. July 5 Tho election of J.
Plrrprint Morgan to. membership In tho
Imperial Yucht Club lit Kiel by Kaiser
WIlhelm'H command Inst week Is de
scribed as follows by a Uerlln society
Ordinary mortals desiring to Join
this most exclusive club need three
sponsors. Their names nro displayed
for several weeks at three different
places llrst at the Ministry of Marine
In lierlln. then at the clubhouse at Kiel,
nnd finally nt the casino of the First
Reshncnt of Foot, Ouards at Potsdam.
'Ono vote sulllces to debar a candi
date from .election.
'Moreover, the club statutes i contain
a provision that no foreigner shall be
ndinltted to membership", by"whlch It
was probably Intended to erect un ob
stacle In tho path of nmhltlous Amer
ican financial magnates.
"n Morgan's case the Imperial wish
swept away all these obstacles. The
Kaiser simply appeared one day at the
clubhouso nnd said:
"'Wo have a new member, J, Pier
pont Morgan of New York.'
"This, of course, settled tho whole
matter. At the club banquet last week
Morgan sat next to tho Emperor."
A new style in
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We are showing some
nice ones In PATENT
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hich ia an extremely pop
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These are built with a
high arch, high hesl and
high toe. '
,8tyle, comfort and qual
ity. The best for the least
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