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EVENINQ BULLETIN,- HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911.-
i Evening Bulletin
iDAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
.CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day cxcept,Sundayr Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS,
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
In the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallaci. K. Parking ton, - Editor
UMIIVItMl IIUI-l ItlllN . J " WUKKL.V HUt.l.tl I II
itl Mnulh.diiwhnrlu OS . . .7H fri Sis MonlM. m ,u
ivtUiitiitiitnrwhcit nUS.. . J.W Ptt Vm, turwhcteli. U.8 .. .. l.Hi
Tn cM,aiivbelnUS H.uo Pei "Yem Miywtcrcn Cmtijt. I.fto
ei imi.anl, Nitciin ta.no Pel Ynt itlitM loitlcn a.m.
n' I i ticlitorJtil Rooms,
I WlBu8lneM Office,
sr..., w"" .
linn li notlilnu' uiij lnit Hint It The sudden death of li l;. lllch-
Ihkiiih-. iliilidill whin jiiii ilo II Ithnrds u( llllo Is Indeed snd Mi;.
nlmliiim. Icrcim. j UleluriH has always been an nctlvo
- fitclur In tho public lire of Ills town
It Is nil right to shoot up the vwitir j,mil usually to ho found among the
trout, uiii wn.us tno use oi sii.iwiig '
tho whole town with the Musts
This Is Just a Insto of tho ordinary
weather tlie have been cnjnjlng at
thu sumiiicr reports of tho J.'.ist
i John I) Bprcckrls, speaking before
Iho-iiivcbtlgalltig (omnilSHlon In fa
vor of ftio HHKar, nukes of himself .m
i It might ho well to remind baseball
triins tint visit Honolulu In tho fu
ture that the people want baseball
contests, not acrimonious talking
Of course the Nebraska coimntlon
endorsed the administration of Pus
blent Tail Hut tho light for tho
delegates to tho National convention
la not tin ruby ended
What nssuinnro Is there that tho
end of the yi.ir will not lind tho Ter
ritorial public works making n ricord
br no much In do tint theie Is no
tlnio for nnj thing but talk.
Lf", Who shall bo M lyor of S.iti Trim-
ciscii uining mo raiiania-l'ailllc Fair
PiSci i "yi",r"i"" i "i o greaier import'
Kr nnco than wlm kIimII lm tlm Mum, .r
Honolulu In picparatlon fm thu Pa
nama c tll.lt
Honolulu neuls prompt and perma
nent road construction, with intelli
gent repairs, to mho some of the sec
tion!, that are fast going to pieces
Tills is tho work cut out for the Sur
pen Iran and thov must gtt lit it as
rapidly as the money will allow.
Isn't V 11 Mcltternj tho typo of
business wan Independent mid ag
gressive that most c'veijon wants
In tho .Majnn's otllco ot'llonoluliiHur
Ing tho yeais when this clfy must
prepare for tho Panama canal as well
as tho development of tho island as
au army and navy center?
San Pranclsco has selected Its Pair
site, and the nvciago cltlon of Ho
nolulu immediately thinks of the
crowds that will Incidentally couio to
Honolulu when tho Pnlr is on. Hut
i that crowd will dwindle to n baker's
dwell, If this city Is not put In tho
pinkof sanltnrj condition within the
nex( two years.
If that workman had got off tho
truck to (,ct n glass of beer Instead
of a clgaictto, tho monster Hum would
probably have Ik en held up by the
fanatics as tho responsible factor.
Tho fact of tho matter Is, nothing can
beat natural born carelessness and
taking a chance onco too often, us a
destrojor of human life
Whether Mr. Thurston Is an
hitercbtcd patty In tho nibti ni
not Is not known to tho editor
of this . paper. Whether Mr.
Mlhertnn is ropresi tiling Inter
ests friendly or opposed to Ml.
Thuiston Is c(iially unknown.
Why tell such a funny story. No
one believes It.
Mro StlmillU Well, that fellow f Small Harold had Just been cliaa
Longhead, who talked about taking tlsod.
board hero, Is Just about tho most I "Mamma," ho Slid, "dooa it mnko
superstitious man I over did hear of your hands warm to spank me?"
He's actually nrrald of ghosts I "indeed, It docs, Hurold," sho rc-
Mald Rhnsts, Is It? I piled.
Mrs Sllmdlet Yes; ho writes that I "Well," continued the llttlo follow,
ho has changed; his mind about com-
lug, b cause he's been told that half
n do7on peoplo havo starved to death
"Ilronson has gone to Kuropo for
his health," . "
"How did ho lose Ills health?'
VKarnlng tho money to go to Liu-
I J ,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
UCTcd 11 enc I'Mtotlm w lluimmln
m ctotMlclut raajlcr.
workers of u progressive movement
Ills taking away Is coiiiiiuinity loss!
Onlj twenty months will clapso be
fore ships will bo passing through tlw
Panama liiii.iI, according to tho con
structing engineer. Can Honolulu af
ford to dcl.i) preparations for receiv
ing thoso ships and tho trade they
WORK FOR THEJHGH SCHOOL
Hawaii's cilucitlonal policy of de
veloping high schools In sulllclent
number to give each Island at leustj
the advantage of the high scliool
grade llnds ample endorsement In tho
report on high schools made to tho
Nation il I.'diKationul Association. Tho
leport was In lino with tho request
mude last eirby the department on
high bchools, (hat the colleges rcvUo
entrance requirements In such n way
tiiat the high schoolu might meet
' Formulated by a committee of nlno
oducntois, the report "cites tho crit
icism of the Ciirncglo Pnuml.itloii
that American education, from ele
mentary school to college, Is sttlTcr
Ing from the attempt to teach too
many subjects to the same student at
tho satuo time.
Considering some of tho special
functions of the high school, the re
"Hie high school must Instruil ri.
rt Minimi In th ildiiriili of good
(lllrcnshlp. Tills duty cannot be dele
gated to tho college, because, there Is
no guarantee that any particular
student will actually go tn college.
"High school courses must bo flex
ible, for tho high school period Is tho
time for the youth to discover his
"Uro.ul ' Tocutloiiul Instruction
Miould lind olitcc In the high school
lo u re pa re fur ifllrlnir).
"HtchiiiilcV nris wrrlniHuro or
household science should he recog.
Hired n m riitlonnl diluents In the ed
ucation of all bojs mid girls and es
pecially of those who havo not yet
chosen their vocations. High school
attendance In this country has In
creased almost fourfold within the
Inst twenty years If tho colleges will
recognlzo tho tVuo function of the
high school this marvelous growth
will cnntintio unabated and thoiAmcr
lcan high school will become an In
stitution unparalleled as n factor for
democratic living It Is doubtful
whether any nation over before Ws
scBsed such an opportunity
THE LETTER SIGNED BY THE
Major Tern's letter to tho'SupervIs
ors on tho subject of tho Ho id Su
pervisor' is cither Intentionally In
sulting or Is the work of an Insolent
end We doubt that Mr. Fern would
deelaro th.it ho wroto It. Thero Is tho
lack of tho basic common senso
usually possessed by tlio Mayor uud
wo would suggest that ho bo inoro
careful In the, future what ho allovyi
to go before tho public over his slg
tiuturo. "tho next tlmo thoy uto cold I wish
you would hold them oven tho heat
er." "Settled In your now Hut yet, Mrs.
"I think so Kvorythlng Is un
packed now except tho things wo
'really, need " J
Ono sentence of the letter reads ns
rollows: "If you were honest In your
statement Hint you deslro mi econom
ical, clliilcnt administration of affairs
In tho road department ou would do
well ns n first step to retain Mr.
Wlldor In his position "
"If you wero honest," says tho let
ter signed by tho Major. Previous to
this letter being written, Wilder had
altradj been offered a position lit the
County Hnglneer's office.
Who then Is tho Major that ho
mentions tho honesty of tho Supei
lsors, nnd what sort of an outfit Is
that around him and using him for a
catspaw, which talks about "playing
The Major's letter Is ono of the
Lleatcst attempts to mlslcid tho pub
lic that has recently been penned.
Hut In view of tho facts It is exces
sively etude. It reads like an ef
fusion from tho mutt factory.
Tho Major's letter nlso says:
"When I appointed Mr Wilder 1 be
lieved hlu; to be capable nqd cllli lent
nnd non-partisan as to his political
imitations and I think you must
honestly admit that ho has made
Perhaps he Is non-part Is.m, but
thero Is nothing in the most ret cut
record ns contained In the Major's
letter to Indicate that he on behalf
of n political gang Is not trying to
play politics ns n lcsttlt of WlldcrV
When tho bedtock facts' are llnally
hi ought to the surface, thero Is little
doubt that u beautiful little political
frnmc-up In the Interests of Demo
cralc factionalism was nlppcd'ln tho
bud by the ordinance pissed plating
the road work in the control of tho
'bounty Engineer through tho Super
Thero Is too much of rial work to
do, to wnsto tituo discussing whether
Wilder is nil that is claimed for him
or not. Ho has quit, nnd thero arc as
good nnd better men to take his
"tTIio responsibility Is with the Su
pervisors nnd they assuino It without
question. -They must get llrst-clnss
men nnd do first-class work. The In
suring letter of the Major will prob
ably' neither hasten nor deter them,
If they know their business.
Forward Is the word
THE ARMYJND TYPHOID.
Thoso resident in Honolulu during
tho Spanish-American war and the
later occupation of tho Philippines,
welt remember .tho terrible toll that
was taken by typhoid fever among
tho troops temporarily iptartcred in
this city. As observed by tho civilian,
there was an awful Ignorance or In
difference among tho officers In com
mand. This was trtto more particular
ly of the officers mustered Into ser
vice from Stato' nillltln, though thero
was an occasional regular who didn't
sccln to euro it rap, or at least ac
cepted typhoid as ono of tho things
that could ho more bo headed off
than nnrencmy's bullet.
It is Interesting,, therefore, to learn
that, up to a recent duy, only ono
case of typhoid fever had been re
corded among tho 17,000 troops of
tho regular army which havo passed
many weeks of the present year in
Toxns near tho Mexican border. This
admirable result Is due to several
causes Tho most exacting sunltniy
nnd hygienic regulations that could
bo formulated were enforced. In'tho
matter of flics, for example, extra
ordinary precautions wero used to
keep the disease bearing Insects from
sources of dlseuso germs
ljut great credit Is nlso given to (he
typhoid serum with which tho med
ical branch of tho army has been ox
pcilmeutlng for. several years. AM
tho troops sent toTexus nro said to
have been Inoculntcd with this
It seems thus to have been woll
demonstrated that typhoid is prevent
able oven In army summer camps,,
whero men becomo especially biis
coptlble to Its attacks. Ono result nl
this demonstration should bo thorough
Instuictlon ,of militia officers In tho
vnttiRhlo 'information on this subject
gathered In tho regular army.
BOND ISSUE HAS
(Continued from Pag 1)
locked, up In tho tortltorlul vaults,
whero It would, bo practically uboloss.
The It u 1 1 o 1 1 n bus tce.i tinnblo to
learn doflultclj th'u any hanks nro
so sltuitod, hut tiio question raises
an Interesting point. Presumably tho
uoiioy from tho bond sale Is to bo
deposited licie, nnd sumo of tho local
llnuncluts bcliovo the local banks
would make u wise Investment by
tnlilug tho bonds,
Tho Interest on tljo bonds nlono
will amount to CO,000, nil of which
will bo put Into circulation elsowhito
For Quick Sale
Three Lots in
Waialae Heights Tract-
( liach Lot 50
- As a whole $500
' r ,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
DURING your ab
sence from the
Islands we are
prepared to manage your
estate and look after
your interests here. You
will find it greatly to
your, advantage to place
the management of your -affairs
with a capable
and responsible concern.
Come and see us as to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
' PINEAPPLES! BANANA8II
A Crat of 8lx StlecUd Pines or
Lirae Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave jodr order wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY '
(With Wells, Tarco Expredif'Coinpiny)
should mainland bidders scenic tho
entire Issue of bonds.
"I feci certain that If a definite; plan
of presenting tho advantages of tbeso
bonds to local Investors boil been
made, tho cntlro Issuo would have
been sold heto," said ono man this
inornltiK. "As sifo, conservative, Ioiik
tlmo Investments, they offer many at
tractions. At all events, I hojio that
It Is not too lato for 'serious consider
ation to bo Rlvcu them by possible
bidders tomorrow," '
Tfimnt rnu nfl,,tl1n,in tif luii rt'l.nl.
will bo the tlmo at which, tho tcnilcid
for (he bond Issuo must bo lit. This
tlnio has been fettled oil for tho mnhi
laud us well ng herb but uo allow
cnc Is to be niaJo for tho Kcagrupbt
cal dlffcienecs. Two o'clock on July
LAND OF PUUPUEQ
Sinco we' bogan elllng lots In thla land vwa havo laarnod a
thing or two;
First That tha raal daiaand Is for medlum-alza homo. Iota)
and in accordance with our auggeitlon tha owner hat subdivided
the two large lots Into twelvo smaller ones, containing from 18,
000 to 20,000 square feet. Still good-alied lots)
Second That the lota in this land come pretty near telling,
thcmjolvos. The reaton7 Docauso the lota are not remnanta nor
undeslrabtei left over after the pick, but are the real choice lo
cations. This la easily proved by a visit to the land. Let ua
show youl ,
FORT AND MERCHANT STREET! HONOLULU, T. H.
ft. x 150 ft.
Exhibition of Old
On at GURRKY'S
f Th'a officeth'ouri of'th'
ar from 7 a. m, to 5:30 p. m. on wok
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a, m., and until 11 overy
night for h!p
" " motiagoa'""' ' '
27 will hold cxil everywhere.
SpeiMnt; of tho (huncb of any lo
cnl tinders cumins In tho (loveiilir
ald this moriilni; that there had hern
Mime talk nu to this but imthliiR def
inite Lould, bo kngvvn until tnmnirow
There la u likelihood that some ol
the money would bo taken up locally.
7 . I 1 rf
It's tho h'niiit of Thurston that tll
re'etu tho attacks against Do put) City
lind Count Altor'nej Tied MUvotton,
who Is absent on vacation, tbc tlmo
being spent In Kbna where Mllveitoil
Is icpresentlns parties who are brliiK
Iub' action uBilust the Kona Susor
Company, of vhlcb, Thurston was -et
ono tlmo president, according tu Cilj
and County Attorney Cathcart.
In nn open letter addressed to tho
supervisors, Cathcart writes as fol
lows: "I'urBiiatit to the resolution which
I understand your honornhlo boilj
pi opuses to lines, this evening, I ios
pcctfully notify jou that I have giv
en leave of absence to Mr. PiitlSllvn,
my clerk for the ensuing two vlteks.
I expect that tho cuso on which
Mr. Mllverton was compelled tn go to
Konn wilt be completed by tho first
week of August. Ills leuvo of all-
epuco wtia 'nocesshry In o'rddr t'oVow
ploto Ihb trial of n case which, ni
was. explained lo lyott, had draRgeil
nlonK to on Wocdnsclonnble length. In
1mtilnt iplght say tht Mr. Mllvor
tori rcproscnlt'lntcrct'n In conflict
with thoio of Mr. IK A.rhurston, tho'
proprlolor of n ncvvsiiipjr published
In this city, Ui'ih will account for
that paper's nlllt ido lu the matter.
.Mr. Mlhcrton'g nbivuio will havo to
ho considered US' hlr vacation and as
I have abovo lUlcd I expect him to
return tho (list of the coining month,
I would nsk that jou approve mj
action In tho prctnlscs.
Very truly jours,
J, W. CATHCAitT,
City and County Attorney.
i t i iimi i i
All in Readiness For Big Game
, at Leilehua Next
The Onhu l'olo Club's ponies' will
be' slipped to Leilehua tomorrow
morning, and allow ed n day's rtst bc
foro the bl gaiuo Satttrdaj.
About twenty, will go up to romp
with tho Cavalry mounts nnd all arc
lit first class condition, trained down
tu perfection and 'fell lit ns a fiddto.
Tito homo club has been fulrly for
tunate. this1 season with Injuries to
ponies only ono having been so far,
seriously htirt and that was during
tho KHhib on tho Fourth, when oho
of Ouhu's 'received a bod smash on
the leg with n mullet, cutting a tea
dcr so badlj, ho will bo out of tho
pinning this year.' Tho Cavalry horses
nro nil looking; flno and will prove
themselves much faster at the game
than they were at' Moanalua.
The '"Hi Cavalry aro nil on their
highest nicttlo nnd foci confident they
cm turn tho tables on Onhu. Tho
home team' feels tho stmo waV In re
gard to the Cavalry but, realize It H
not going to bo any cinch In cap
tut Ing tho bicon this time. Uoth
teams havo Improved ipillo a bit, so
nn exceptionally flashy game with lots
or snap and ginger to It, Is expected
Saturday nt Ixdlchua.
A great number nt enthusiasts from
Honolulu will go up, by machines and
train to, do their shnio by rooting.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Wednesday, July 26.
VICTORIA Arrived. July 25: S S
Zciilandln, hence July 18. ,
SAN rilANClSCO Sailed, July 2(5:
S S. China, for Honolulu, 1 p m.
S. S SIKltllA, will arrive from San
rrunclsco, rrldny, n. m.
Ilowdoln College graduated a class
of 72 men, all of whom received, the
degree of A II. , , 4
A new styte U
".Ciossett Shoes for
Wa are showing aoma
nice ones In PATENT
COLT 9UTTN BOQT&U
.Iso a GUN-METAL CALF
which li aji extremely pop
ular shoe among tha
youngqr man,' ,
These are built with a
high arch, high heel and
Style, comfort and qual
ity, Tho best for the least
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
Everv Dairv con
tributing tp thjjsj
had, its herdnv
spected by the
erinarian, , who
h' I l' 'el
the Kerds .abso
.The 'best and
purest milk is
,i i jfaJjMMttlfc
Tho change In the 'porsonnol of tha
Rriiniljury that wus cxiec(ed to tako
place today has 'now been postponed
in all probability to Monday- net. The
lator developments In connection with
the running of opium from the steam
er 'Arlz.onan and the subscoiuent d
taj which occurred ihrpugU the mar
shal having: to visit the Winds, kat
mada the homing rather longorthan
$01110, pi tho Jury nro anxious? from
business nnd other reasons to get
away as soon, as some o( the cases
can bo cleared up and an effort was
to bo made this morulngv They have '
finished some cases, however, ana;
have heard part of the evidence hi
othors so that It la Imposalblo at the,
present time.1 ' "( Jl
It is not known yet' how many
changes will bo made but It'Is-thought
that there will be a fait number. It
Is rumored that thore IU be. a re
port made at the' end iSf.thls week,
Thoy continued, their1' littlnga this
Morning and nro gradually1 cllmlna?
Ing the witnesses'. Jtldglng by the
crowd that assembles every morning
now about half of them havo been
put through.'" ' ' "s
v '.. in,.
NKVf YOUK, JurtO ,2J. FclloW
workmen In the 'palnttdig trado call
Rviln, Shermon, who. is fl(ty; years oM,
I'Nlmj-Llves butchle,". Jahd his,
old schoolmates 'dubbed him "Kitty,
the Human Cat," both s6brlqucts hav
ing to do with Shermbn'g ability to
fall from heights varying from ten to .
a hundred feet without hurting him
self . ' tu
Ho himself estimates that he has
had about a hundred falls. But ha
shows-' hlmsolf without a scratch', and
is suro that ho Isn't going to die that
waj , tit
Ho fell eight stories from the Scott
& Bovvno building, near the Brooklyn
bridge, about 1C0 feet. But he was
still tho "Human Cat" of youth, for
he lauded on tho flagstones on his
tone topper Pfate
Die jinJsin and
Wax and Corporation
H. F. WICHMAN K0.