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EVENING BULLETIN,. HONOLULU, T, JhL, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 16, J911.
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.
Wallace R. Kaxrinoton",
IIVIIININU IMJl.l .I1IIN
ft M'mtli, am Ahcrelu V 9 ,.,,4 Jgn
I'tr CJoatttr, auyHhcra'il UB 3.tH.
i.i rar, tnvlmelnUS H.im
IflVr.l "l,aiil, lotelsn I3.t
"jPt J Editorial Rooms,.
1 ' J Business Office,
'I lint n lilt li sliirli upon otllN tu'tin
end upon trultlic. Itiill.iu I'roitrli.
L i a
Stocks hail to wait for another start
Honolulu kcIh frightened nt an) thing
that has tho nppciiruncu of n luioni
Homo pooplo talk iih though they had
hlKli poifi-ntat,!! of liuttor fat In the
pl.uo whvru tlm lirallix ought to he
AVIml'B the use of the Hep ildlr.ui
toniiultteu opposliiR Dr. l'r.itt If the
lmvo no hettcr man to Maine i.ir the
flood thliiRs never come KliiRly
Now we hnn tho vlU from tho vwtr
nhlps to look forvvunl to, mid make
the times heller than exptuttd
Or I'ralt'M hitkhuno could not have
liei n morn gencrall) discussed In the
last few ila)s If It were photoKi iphed
liy the N"-ni and put on oxhlhitlon
w This is the timo to put through new
ntitets for straightening out the hus
Miihh section of tho town II-mI es
tate will never he cheaper In Jh city
Hejutor Dllllughaui's hill lias ceased
n he a threat against the future of
fthn,'ferrltnfy 6f Huh nil.' IhankH to
"iliVi Telhililn lurormatlou furutshed hy
the llnl let in nuns sonko
' tls'n'l Ittnbhtlt time tliiiYtlitnrclof Iho
f.W.i t.r if
men who were "born and hrntihut iii
lit I'uniihou" ondoiied that luhtltutlou
as llhetall) as they luivi' others hav
ing less personal claim upon them?
" It Is apparent that orders from
headiiiarteis Inie some elfect when
t tho Superintendent of I'iioHc Works
attends tho meetings of the Uinn
' I'uiid Commlisloii of which he Ii.ih
milil he Is not n uiemher.
The Socialist major of Milwaukee,
is lending his support to nil annexa
tion project tli.it will Increaie the
population of that city to fifty thous
and This is an Intensely human mu
nition to engage tho fin or of u Socialist-
If thero were half .us much hccrecy
In the woik of tho I-oan Fund Com
mission us tliein is In tho I'uhlle
Works otllce, the press iigcnt of tho
l'uhllc Works office might luno cause
to object to n request that lie tem
Now that flcrmnny litis applied for
admission Into tho ni Miration treaty
circle) the element of opposition grow
ing out of tho differences of opinion
iimong tho llrltlsli-Ainerlcans, tho
Irish-Americans and tho German-
Americans ought to bo eliminated
Homo Insuriinco Is fortiinuto In rc
curlng as Its promoter nnd nuinuger
lMr. Zeno K. Meiers, 0110 of tho Pest
it. posted men on Insurnnco In tho Isl
I r midst. The homo Investniont hnbll Is
' .1.... ..1 1.1 I... ..tll.r...n.1 nt .Ilia
one linn Minium uti uiiiiiv'uc-M ,i ii,-
' time w lieu prospects nro good for
'. surniiis of money coming fiom tho
homo entei prises already established
Cltlrcnn of tho Terrltoiy of Hawnll
vvllf eslabllsli their rlglit to self-gov.
ernmont hy tho olllclency of their
gnvcrnmeut In dialing vvlth matters
f lluit mo of more than , local Import.
f L11 ls n m"ro Heero test than many
Iff Sk udder communities luno been put to,
.,111111 mis rerriinry is in 1110 iiosiuou
jk ' of tho man who must make good
7.TV wliethei ho unnts in or nor. '
"Has jour order been tnlten?"
V'VftO flflAiMt llltlll. (OU II... . IP t
I d J ' " Hill ..iiiiuii.n lit,' I. IL
Isn't too late, tlinuoli. IM . HWh tit
, rlmngo It." '
i "To change your order, sir?"
I "Yes; If you don't nilml I'll change
lt lo an entreaty."
,'H New Ointlal Why should I give
oii u Job? You worked foi i.iy 011-
fciitav Applicant Sure That's what queoi
r-"1 Kr-sar-IJs'MUat coronation."-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
rn Eli Mtmina t ,n
Per Year, anywIieieliiUS . I.imi
Per Year anywhete u Canada I. Mo
I'n Var t,oai.a'd lomru ...... a.tm
(nlcrcil II Hit rostoRicc at llomniilo
a tctnml-cla.Y natter.
AUGUST 16, 19)1
Improvement of the steamship ser
vice under tho American Hag should
uttrai t the. enterprise and capital of
Honolulu men who will gain much
wealth for imcRtmuit on account of
the rise In tho prlio of sugnr To
keep up with the sliindatd of things In
the i'aclllc, the transportation man
agers of lines operating lietwci 11 tho
Islands and the Coast must prepare
to move forwaul
Contractor Patterson of Mnul Is
credited with making the statement
that he was offered money to refrain
fltim bidding on tho Maul belt road
contracts and later offeicd money to
withdraw his tender.
Judged from past experience! Mr.
r.itleisoii Is rather talkatle, although
he is gemially credlled Willi makliiR
good oil his Nuiiauu dnm piopositlon
Hut ho lias made, 11 soilous chaigo
if piopeily iiuoted, and wo li.no no
icasou to doubt tho authenticity of
the It 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 correspondent' re
port That charge should bo Investi
gated., k y
, 1 v
If u sjstoui of progressive hold-ups
Is being operated In tho road contract
ing business of the Territory, It Is lui
pmtatit that the peoplo 'should know-
It, especially nt this particular tlmo
when so many ltirgo contracts nro
about to bo let for public woik.
THE GOVERNOR'S CHOICE.
It Is al very well to talk wisely of
who should not bo I'resldent of tho
Ilojul of Health nnd quite another to
nuiku n practical and workable sug
gestion Us to who should bo appoint
ed to that position. '
This Tenltorlal olllco at tho present
Unit) calls for n man who ls as big
or bigger, as able or abler (ban the
chief executive who directs nil tho de
partments. The task Is 11 large one,
and the work that tells will be tho
work done by tho "man on tho Job,"
tho President of tho Hoard of Health,
rather than the (iovernor who out
lines or coiilluns the policies.
Dr. I'ratt has the training and tho
experience to equip Iilm for the place.
Tho only unknown quantity about him
Is whether ho has tho executive ca
pacity and tan rlso to Hie occasion.
That quantity Is also unknown con
cerning nny other man who might bo
named for tho position. Certain It Is
that for tho first few months, ninety
nine of nearly every hundred who
might bo appointed to tho position
would have to go to Dr. I'ratt itnd
other nrtlvo workers on the Hoard of
Health staff, to learn what to do.
Dr. I'ratt has his faults that have
been prett) well tested out by his ser
vice under tho Hoard. Most nny oth
er mull would go Into tho position as
tho perfect candidate for tho place,
unil his fnults would bo rapidly ills
If the Oovornor after canvassing the
w liolo situation has decided th it Dr.
I'ratt, who by training and exporl
ente is the logical candidate for tho
position, Is thu man on whom ho
wishes to place tho Important re
sponsibility of vvoiklng out progress
ive policies wo believe It ls Idle for
cltbcns to sit around nnd crltlclso
when they hnvo no practical sug
gestion to ni.iko that Is 'better. If as
Now York Husband Hut, my love,
It would cost us $.ri000 n jear to keep
Now York Wife I know, John, hut
tlilfik of tho money wo'd biivo in car
"I see nu mall jour son nil the
"I don't want Iilm to forgot his na
tive language wlillo fooling around
PROGRESSIVES AND THE
It is Indeed Important, If true, as
stilted on authoilty of tho United
States Senate, that tho proposed ar
bitration treaties between our coim
tiy, Creut llrltaitl nnd France are
breeders of war rather than of pence.
How' this can be so is tllMkiilt to un
til rsliiud, and it Is perhaps wise that
tho President has decided to give tho
opponents of the tieatles every pos
sible opportunity between now nnd the
next session of Congress to show tho
people that they uro rlglit.
This period of delay will allow tho
leoplu also to take note of the soulco
of the opposition, that Is, whether It
comes fiom the reactionaries or tho
piogresslves, or Is Just plain objec
tion without any tangible purtlznn as
sotlatlon To Jutlgo from the expressions of
the press, tho Senatoihil opposition
Is not backed by much of mi) thing ex
cept the "sunerlor minds" of the Sen
One of the best expressions of pro
gressiva opinion on tho treaties Is
found In an edltoilal of tho Chicago
Dally News, that said, tho day after
tho treaties were signed:
'Pence hits no loud alarums to at
tract tho attention of the world.
'Ihcrefore Iho signing of arbitration
treaties whereby thu United States nnd
rriinco nnd tho United States nnd
Hritnln ngreo to submit every possible
dispute hit ween them to the test of
reason hus not created one-half tho
sllr that Is ordlnarilyacaused by nny
frowsy, inlddlo sized and fairly tlls
rcputublo war rumor. Yet thoso
treaties probably 111 e destined to play
a great part In tho futiiro history of
Thoro have been nrhltratlon treaties
before Hut here arc Ueatlesto which
llrst-elass puwers nro the signatories
wherein even questions 'of national
honor nnd of territory aro liindo subi
Ject to settlement on principles of
right deliberately arrived at through
tho orderly methods of Justice. All
tho rm piling wnr gods hnvo reason to
lament when three powerful nations
solemnly agree to submit their dis
putes of every possible kind to set
tlement by duo process of law.
"Doubters will hay 'that the plnn
will not work In nil cases. Perhaps
not. nut,,let us scp. Ccitnlnly the
plan will work'Jp n vet): largo numbor
of cases, iiss even Iho doubters will
agree. The reasoning tpowcrs ofv en
lightened sUit'csmen 'and Intelligent
peoples nro not st) ''limited In- their
siopo ns tho doubters think. It Is
highly probable. Indeed, that they will
sulllco vvithln a few generations to
ciowd war entirely ont of, the picture,
nravvllng nations will' have to bchavo
when their offenslvo'wnys nro proved
to bo mere folly nml wickedness.
"Tho ireatles signed jesterdny tend
strongly to mako war fllsreputahln. It
wns mighty line for tho war gods to
havo It taken for granted that pni
tlcularly precious things llko" n peo
ple's honor niiu 11 people's torrltorl.il
boundaries could bo gunrded only by
the courngo and skill of fighting men.
Now that this doctrine Is llntly dis
puted In tvv.o great International
tieatles these samo war gods will havo
to look to tllemselvca lest they be
como presently mere loathsome vaga
bonds on the face of tho earth.
"It ncvir rains but what It pours,
That ls the old ra lug. running back
mid forth through the bend of John
Pic in r, hack drlvtr.
Xllxtd up In n family nftnlr Monday
nloht Hint ended with a hoirlble mur
der Ih Ing coinmltttd, he wns excused
practically from any Kirt he may havo
bad to do with the lending up of tho
crime Hut Plencr. It might e snld
Jtimptd from the frjlng pan Intti thu
lire. This morning no enmo noma nc c
o'clock nnd started to abuse and beat
bis wife, fcilio started to run from him,
and ns ho started In pursuit, he tripped,
railing down a lllght of stars lnle u
One of tho picket points Mrtick Iilm
In tho fnce, splitting the 1.1 and Jaw
and stunning him Ills wife then re
ported the iiffflr to Hergtnnt Knmnliu,
who enmo Immediately to tho secno
nnd drove Plepir off In his cab to tlm
Qui en's Hospital, where nine stitches
had to bo tnken In Ijls Javy. ,
Then, to clap tho rllmnx of his se
ries of misfortunes, Mrs Pleper went
(o police iTeadquartcrs unit had a war
rant sworn to for his arrest on n charge
of assault nnd battery.
Tho Jurors nro net wprrjlng over
these last linnpenlngs, hut nro hoping
that Pleper will bo nble to nppenr nt
the Inqutst this evening of Mrs Albert
The Inquest will ho held nt 7:30 In
Iho sheriff's otllce. Tho coroner's Jury
tnnslslH of J. Carey, D. Holmes, V
Turin, C Nleper, I. McCnrrlston nnd
No lead Is loo good In this cll
ni 11 to. Pioneer Lead Is Iho best. Sold
by Lowers & Cooke, Ltd, 177 S.
Tho hii Inkling of lawns has been
forbidden at W01 coster, where thero
aro nppiclienslonH of a water famine.
Seven-room modern bungalow) nl
most new, very attractive. Two well
planted lots. Near carilne.
On Gulick Ave.
Price Is $2200.
easy if desired.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
IF YOU have any attractive
Investment In view ana
require funds to enable 1
" ,'you to fake It up, call
and tea us. We may be
able to help you.
We have money to loan on
Sugar Stockt. or Real Estate.
We' buy nnd sell Stocks and
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A Crate of 8lx Selected Plnei or
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave your order we do the
I8LANO FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fargo Express Company)
Local Office, U. S. Weather llurenu,
Tempoiatiucs C n. in, 75; 8 n. m,
78; 10 a. in., If); noon, SO; morning
Barometer, 8 n. in, 2!).9o; absolute
liinnldky, 8 n. m , 0.783 grains per
cubic foot; rclntlvo humidity, 8 n. in ,
tc, pci tent; dow point, 8 n. in., fill.
Wind. G a. m., velocity 7, dlicetloii
Ni:; S n, m., velocity 0, direction K;
10 a. 111, eloclty 10, direction NR;
noon, velocity 10, direction tt.
Italnfall during 24 hours ended 8
n. m , .03 Inch.
Total wind movement during i
hours ended at noon, 194 miles,
Land of Puupueo
Wt-IEN a man buys something useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in Value he is twice fortunate. It
is only a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required by
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electrit light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
BE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of 'the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
Terms can be mad
SALE OF PRINTS
To cfear out surplus stock. Half prices
The office hours of trie
are from 1 a. m. to 5s30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a, m, and until 11 tvtry
night for ships'
P. 0. BUSINESS
(Continued from Page 1)
bleaker, amounting to $7,307.07 last
j Car against something of $0,000 tho
previous cnr ami less than $5,000
(ho car before.
In the nulls received and dispatch
ed another record-breaker Is found.
The rost of tho tmill transporta
tion servlco for 6ll was $130,314.18.
as ngnlnst $97,133.20 In 1910 und
$119,212.11 tho car beforo. Tho In
crease has been oplnlne( nbove.
Mirty-sevcn emplojes nro noted for
the last llscnl ear, Including Iho
postmaster, nn assistant xistmntpr,
ihlrtj-two clerks nnd thirteen enr
rlcrs. FACTS POINT
The strong finger of evidence galh
rrod by Deputy Sheriff Charles Itos",
7iolpts unwavering at Albeit Toogood
fisJ Iho murderer of'hls wayward wlfo
So strong Is tho case, ull ready
made up ngnlnst Toogood that the )kj
llco have not oven attempted tu make
further 01 rests, firmly1 believing they
can show without n Bliadow of eloiibt
Mint the man held In prison Is tho
pcrpetmtor of tlm 'iciiolmifi crlnio,
When the c'liuga Is rlaiod In tho
big book, Toog'UJ v.lll llnd himself
facing trial foi murder In tho first
amsplng the clue tbtalnetl by the
picbcticu of lioiiKJlnvMJea leavoic In
tho tniltdered wonl'iii'it" pockets! ntirt
hair, and following the route (akdn
towards home by the pi Isoncr nnd
his wife, Deputy ShorlfY 'Hose win Tied
to the scene, that pioved conclusively
that Toogood did the deed.
Thq treo was found under which
tho vomanHiadt been dragged, the
shoo prints, branded In tho dirt
around the scene of scuffle, compared
exactly, with those that were made
later by tlie shoes worn by Toogood.
A design In the soles of the rub
ber shoes, left its mark so plainly
there could ho no doubt whatever that
the trncks mndo were not the sdme.
These fncts along with others they
hnvo found, tho poilra believe, will
surely send Toogood to tho gallows.
Land Commissioner Charles F.,Judd
goes' tu Kiiual Tuesday next to attend
the selection of tho lots which nro to
bo drawn for on August 23. This will
be tho first out-door work that the
commissioner bus bundled since ho
has taken over office und he hopes
that It will put him right In touch
with what Is going on down there.
At tho present tlmo. ho docs not
feel Inclined to glvo out nny statement
ns to how ho flnds matters here, but
us soon ns he Is more In touch with
tho Held work and has seen things
working for himself he will glvo his
Impressions of matters generally In
connection with his ulflce.
Holiest girl for housework,
mil 11 Hi Wlro I led Co
.Small-sko roll-top desk; mutti bo
ilit-iin. Address 'Desk," lfullttln. of
HeeoiHl-iinnil sltr. or sit-down bath;
reasonable. AddrcM "Hit. HulMln
Medium or small safe; cVap. Address
Kafe," Hiillettn otllce. G00G-3t
"We are delighted with
the new process Dairy
men's Association milk. We
find It very satisfactory for
all our babies.
"(Miss) J.jM. D. DEWAR,
"ktatron Kauikeolani Chil
Pure milk and cream'de.
llvered to all, parts of the
tretfcrt kclkf'Pcmut.4 Cm
LIVER PILLS ae
fail. Pertly .
able eel sar
but (tetlt s
eiarioe taanoTe trie 1
tWirre). Seufl PilL Saull Doit, Saaall Price
GeBttlne miibat Signature
New Styles $3
$3 New Prices
Ladies' white canvas Ox
fords and pumps, with
dressy white heels nnd
turn soles. Light and cool
for summer wear. , ,
Also some new towheel
white canvni pumps and
Oxfords for girls and young
Special attention given all
' Shoe Co.V L.tf:i
1051 FORT 8TREET
NEW DRUG STORE1
Well Stocked with '.New Drugs 'and
SODA WATER FQUNTA1N
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
Are the Acme
They Keep Correct
H. F. W1CHMAN & CO.
Antone F. Souza
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