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HONOLULU, J. H, TUESDAY, ,8EPT. 121911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca 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.
Wallack R. Fakrinoton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.'
JVItMWO DUIL.IriN W'ltllKI-V MUM.miN
i ti Mmiirt, n-vrlire In U A .n. 7fl tti SU Monln. ,. ... .
Vl'itrtet, Aiiywhcit'nU S... J.oo Tcr Vnt, tnywhei In U.3 I.oo
I n YcAt, nhcie Intt.S M.oo Pfi Yenr ftnywtierv n Cnd. I.Ao
Or Vm wi ahI, (orrljcn Uoo Pet Year .oslpa'd, fount. 2to
Hpa i Liclltorlal Rooms,
8 6?I.iU8nea8 Office,
jnttred t the Tosturhcc ai llonoivlu
SEPTEMBER 12, 1911
II m.illrrs mil luin ii mini tllc, Iml ' to In kept by ii kind frlcnil who pruin
lion In- lhr. Samuel .IiiIiiimiii. .Ii-cm him cvcrythlni; ami returns 'notli-
Kpciul :i llllli' money In rtilci tabl
ing llic tiiurli'tH. It's an liiU'Bliuciit
thai will boat mifiiir.
Perhaps tho hypnotist ban (nit IiIh
cjo on tho utoek market. II has been
slccplni; Ioiir imkiiikIi.
Clvlo editor applies na well In Hie
cloun-lmwi ilhttrlrt an It l to any
oilier part if the town.
Klnal paporii limo horn hIhiiciI 111
the Kapaa laml huxliiesH Tlino bociiis
able lo conquer nil HiIiirm.
Men of mcnim hIuiiiIiI lnent a p.irt
(if their iniiney In bulhllntx homes for
Ihn lticrcnxlni; poniilnllon F llono-lulu.
CongrcHxuinti Kahn Is koIiir U' anil
down the rniintry at .1 rato that biik
r,cals lilu vacation will ho enjoyed
when he can run anil hlitc.
All the louhiiuls of Hie city Will
have to he llllcd In, IT Honolulu Is to
lo in pmpcr KHiiltury condition by
Iho lime the I'.inama canal Is opened.
The only question is whether the. pco
pie will try lo kiwo money by ilclnyliiR
InipiineiiK'iils, ami waisto lives and
millions of money oh Iho price of biicIi
a hideous uilslaku.
So much to do anil so little Mine in
which to do It. And jet when the av
erage, elllen Is told that Honolulu
needs n .Maor us badly us San Kran
cixco, ilurliiK tho I'anama opening rcii
Min, lie will look nt you In open
mouthed wonder that you should be
mi foruaid In trying to hurry "politics"
einoiH have been outspoken In I heir
soppoit of (lie cause of Prohibition.
What .Mnluo Is likely to do, after
hiiUiiR oled I'rolilblllon out of tho
coiiHtlliitloii, Is to retain a Republican
I.cRlnlnliiro next Kail to enact tho,
Inwu for Iho control of tho liquor traf
fic. Maine Is not naturally Democratic
though the people found they had to
Mite with the Democrats to securo ac
tion on Prohibition. Having placed
tl.tiiiBelves on record us regards tbls
fnrce, they will very probably swing
back Into line and voto for the men
who will pans strict license laws,
Inws adapted to tho conditions In each
The voto means n return trj rational
government, mid a declaration against'
Wo get I lin eminent and San' Krali
cIpqo gets tho President. A fair ex
change would bo no robbery, lint thero
Is no use In San Krnticlsco trjlng to
M.ilne was tlio laHt bulwark of Pro
hlbltloii. It ban been carrieil because
the Intelligent young men of tho pros
cut day arc ur honesty In government
as against barefaced hypocrisy.
Hero's hoping that tho bird mini
nuki'M a successful lllght over tho
Itoeky .Mountains! but wo doubt wheth
er Iho accident' Insurance companies
are chasing his as u preferred risk.
Perhaps our own band may not play
as well as Sousa's but It is north
while rcmemboilng that Sousii might
havo much loss success with tho same
number of men and tho city anxious
to s.no money.
MAINLY STRUGGLE TO BEFREF.
Why was tho last legislature asked
to appropriate a few thousands for
the sower system of tho city when tho
Immediate necessities of n healthful
Honolulu demand at least n million
dollars expended on scwqrs.
Perhaps fiermany and Franco will
not go to war but they are making
angry faeoa and doing a lot of prep
aration that has not been equalled In
a good many years. It Is very certain
that a light will bo easier to start
than to preserve peace.
Don't forget that tho mainspring of
success for the tourist season Is that
tho I town shall bo kept clean of nil
troiibtcs (hat will statt n port quar
antine. And It wo would havo tio peo
ple In tho best of tempers tho mosqui
toes should ho reduced to n minimum.
The voto In Maine proves beyond
any further question that tho people
of Hawaii acted wisely and well when
they refused to apply tho llfty-yenr-old
iiclKiiio under which Maine has been
laboring, to tho present day condt
lions of Hawaii. Proulljltlon lias seen
Us last days.
"Dig men ai'o not buying" Is olio of
the feasible explanations of tho situ
n I Inn In tho financial district. That
(tcn results In it criticism of our own
kccurltles wiiidf causes the little follow
liii'iul his money nut of tho country
Karly reports as published In the
Morning cablegrams st.it') that Maine
In "In danger" of going .i;;alnst Pro
hibition. 'Tho expected will happen when
all tho returns from all the country
districts aio in, and Malno Is found
to have overthrown constitutional
Prohibition mid put Itself in n posi
tion to handle the liquor problem,
Thus will tho old New Kngland
Kt.ito prove that it has wiruo piogres
slru spirit, it ml recognizes that the
l:us adapted lo fifty years ago, should
not be forced upon the people of to
day. (.'oni-lllutlon.il prohibition"! In which
Ma'no was u pioneer, was first adopt
ed In 1SSI. For 17 ye.us tho piohlb-
llory law remained undisturbed of hc
rloitH attack. In 1001 a bill for re
submission of tho subject was beforo
the legislature, but only 37 votes
could be mustered In Its favor. In
l!H)7 n similar icsolvo viva barely defeated.
In tho State campaign last year re
suhiiilfslon was ,onu of the chief is
sues, tho Democrats taking a stand In
favor of giving tho voters another
chance to pass upon the question, and
tho Republicans, standing put on pro
hibition, which had been tlio party's
policy for r0 years. The election of
a Democratic Governor and a Demo
cratic Legislature settled the question
of leaubmlsslon, and It remained only
for tho formal vote lo bo pasbcu at
the Platchouso. A fuv Ilij.iiibllcins
voting with tho Democrats, made the
In the contest of yestardny tho peo
ple merely voted for oi against the
coiistlliitlonal provision that makes
Prohibition a part of tho organic law
of the Stuto. They havo voted over
whelmingly against tho old constitu
tional amendment adopted In the
palmy iluys or Ncal Dow, but
the whole problem of what shall
replaro constitutional Prohibition
has yet to be worked out by
tlio I'glslalure Unit will bo elected
In the campaign just closed a non
partisan loaguo was formed to secure
tho cooperation of Republicans who
rcfusod to work with the Democrats
on general party matters but were
with them on tho Prohibition ques
tion, The gicat majority of the Ho
publican leaders Including more, en
peclnlly ex-Congressmen nnd ox-dov.
Pilings of documents In tho Kupicino
and Circuit eourts up to noon today
ore given below.
Tim letters shown after the time of
filing are ii'icd for Indexing purposes
mid mean as follows: D, divorce; 13,
equity; I law; and I probate Tho
flgiites are also for reference.
September 11, toil.
1:10 p. in. 11 1785. Sackwltz vs.
(ionduln. Complaint, etc.
1:15 p. in.4:i73. Re cstato Mary K.
I'reiUiibeig. Inventory nnd appraise
ment. II ii. in. f. 5000. Territory vs.
Jno Mllihcll. 602. S.ime vs. I.oo ly
it ul. r.OMi. S.iinn V-.. Hiiiiul. 5090.
Same . Tiiiu Menu. Filed bond and
2 p. in. V 433:1. Ustuto M. 11 do
i'S. Niinej). Older appraising accounts,
3 p. 111. C. 5OS0. Territory vs. Ha-
n.il. Assuiilt ami battery.
2:15 p. m. R. 7IU2. 10. O. Hall ft
Sun vs. K. Ran. Complaint and sum
iiioiis, etc., letiirned,
2-15 p. in I.. 7107. Pacific Oil
Transportation Co. vs. J. Miller. Com
plaint and siimmnrs.
2:15 p. 111. 1.. 7113. It. Mlyiitn vs.
R. Kiitn. Complaint anil summons.
2:45 p. in I.. 'ill7. J. J. Rriui vs.
Mrs. ('. l.lojil. Complaint and sum
mons. 5:35 p m R. 731C to 7323. (ionics
ct al. vs. Whitney it ul. Answer of
46,810 square feet In rM 170-foot
frontnoo on Kukui street. Two dwell
ing houses on land and sevoral small
A Skin uf Beauty Is a Joy Forever
rR. T. FELIX GOIRAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM Oft 9AGICAL BEAUTIFIER
TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.
Japanese Traveled Five Thou
sand Miles to Study Tire
n.mnrm T.B. riftipV.
rrrclilc. Hftlh I'Mltlir.
Huh, nnd Skin l.rvr.,
ann ,,,,7 pit-ii,,,it
nn Iwutr. bh I ''
flf .Iclwllnn. II
lill.looit llic !r,t
(if Ct foil,. Blvl
I. c titrmti,. w
la prftitfrl tii. lo
Adept no cMifntr.
f. 11 of. .ImiIIm
ram. Pr. I A
Sarro antd lo a
ladr o Ilia liant.
fn (a r-llfMM
MA. fin la.11,1
will mm thrm.
There are several large establish
ments In Honolulu nt which 8. Ko
ine) n might have learned how to re
pair automobile tires,
Hut Komcyn. who owns ii small tiro
storo In Honolulu, wanted to get . VER0.T. HOPKINS, Prop., 37 Grcit Jcnei SlreilHewT'ik
nown in lieu rocs, ho no iravoico i
llMrnail't Owbih' aa Iha l.art bamfiil ij all Ilia
aklnprfparailon,.' V or ,al by all ilruerlt. an. rancf
Uorida IVaifl. in lh Uolll blaua, Canada and f.iir. pt.
September 12. 1911. ,
b:20 11. 111. 11 1791, Ilapul et lit.
s. Ilriiwn et nl. Joinder III demurrer.
8:20 ii. 111. 11 1793. Rodrlgues vs.
Corieln. Joinder In demurrer.
0:41, a. m 1). 43C2. Y11 Nlshlharil
vs. same. Dlvurcu suminons. Return
ed nerved. 1
9!M1 n. m. P. 4314. Rstnto J.- C.
Pilultaiila. Order, etc.
in a. m. P. 4321. William Rrede.
10:10 11. in. R. 7418. K. Kuhukil
vs. W O. Smith ct al. Filed com-
NOT GUILTY, IS
Juan 11. Garcia, who was accused of
niiiiislaughter nnd whose cuo was
commenced yesterday beforo Judge
Henry 11 Cooper In the criminal court,
was this morning nciulttcl, the jury
bringing In u verdict of not guilty aft
er a short retirement.
City and ( ountv Attorney John W.
Cathcart took' up his cruss-CMimlna-t
Ion of (laiela this morning when tho
case opened, but could elicit nothing
further than was material to the Ter
The address and address In reply
wcru given, nud Judge Cooper summed
up to the Jury. It retired al twinty
minutes pjst nine and returned again
a few minutes ;o-t 10 o'cloek.
Ciarcla killed Alvarez, another Span
ish Immigrant. He pleaded sclt-de-lensc.
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stoiks and
Bonds, and make investments for
othsrs in approved Trust! Securi
ARR nil PRHASRI)
WITH YOU j
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
A Crate of Six Selected Pines or
Large Bunch ofl Bananas
Pimply leave your 'oider wo do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wolls. Fargo Express Company)
United Stntcs illstilct court sub
pocnas havo been Issued for William
Rlshmnn, manager of
tcl. nnd 'for some of
bojs fiom thero In
11 case that is to bo
lorq. tho Federal gr
meets early In Ocloll
the Seaside Ho
brought up bo-
mil Jury which
The office hours of tha
are from 7 a. m.-to 630 p. m. on week
days and on 8undays from 8 to
10 a. m, and until 11 avry
night for ships'
Akron, Ohio, a distance of 600 miles,
nitd Is now working In the repair de
partment of tho Diamond tiro fac-j
torlcs Ilefora Iio'h through Komeya
Intends to know nil there is to learn
about automobile tires.
Ho started nt Honolulu In the hi
cyrlo tiro business, whlrli wasn't so
dlmrult. Hut when automobile tires
came to Ills shop Komeya 'found u
proiKisltlnn too dlfTlciiIt to master mi-
nlilcd. "Tho peoplo wanted mo to
repair Diamond tires. 1 didn't know, '
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I n'HIU IIUili in IL'III 11 iiuoiiudo, in .. . t , ...... ... ,1
II,,. .nu K,,i,ii,i,,i ,.,ilu II illll! 1N1SI "' iti mill Hi 11111 mn-
i Z Lniil, ,.,' Hlon nf llm cxcliaiiKo this inornlnr;
1,! ,,T1, ih mi Wnlaltia, whoso rise li.m been 1,110 of
hard riildcr doi.artnicn of 10 Dla-,,, spceRicubir. sold down to
mnnil factories wlicio ho will learn .,'',,. ,,,'..., '.bu .,.. , .
ON THE MARKET
Sales on H10 Block market jeslor
ilay afternnnn ,nnd Ihls nionilug idmw-
i'il n reaction from the rapid ilse of
how lo put rubber on steering wheels.
IIS8.S0. WnUlil.l stocks nud bonds
Several opium caies arc also to
come up boforo tho' Jury although
there Is more or loss, of a lull In the
opium business Just at the present
time owing to tho ft ct that tho last
prosecutions havo 111 ulc tho "lim
ners" a llttlo scaled.' Stiuniied opium
11 1. tho piesent time Is (piolcd around
JC0 to JO." a tin. No prlco Is avail
able for tlio unstamped.
Copper - Plate
Excels in Correct
ness of Design and
';;,".' S'""cr .5.i." , r made up nil tlio activity of tho res
uiniiiuiui iiii-n mJ iinuniov.ii -i,i'i- !
hnuiy in iiic r. v o h i ii r imniuuii,, -
" 1 .
HAVE NO OLD
Aio body of n mind that there are
not n gicat vnrlety of stocklngu
should Just take 11 glance nl Jordan's
window. And nftcr you have taken
the glanro you will stop -nml gnzn
with wonder. Jordan's seems lo havo
every variety, slue, color and priced
stocking. Tho only variety not car
ried' nle "Old Leather Stockings."
Tho oITeilng. nro certainly Bnaps,
for stocking bargain hunters. Tlilt,
stocking bargain will ho on nil day
Thursdny and Friday Jordan's pro
mises and cn.unl cnsh-savlug chance
on muslin underwear, gowns, princess
There Is a tllk Unto date drawing
near at this emporium nml It will ha
well to keep It In mind and In tho
menu lime, take a look at tho win
dnws of this etoro for the next few
and Onhii wefe both active
between boards, their prlrou being
stnblo nt .!2.S7'j nnd 3:l.'r. Haiku
holil at l'.'i, 11 number of blocks
changing hands. Tho last sale wan
several weeks ago, nt 1f,.1.
The Walulua reaction Is jKirlly as
crlhod lo the natural slackening fol
lowing Iho payment of tho olr.i divi
dend, some holders waiting until nft
cr tho dividend was paid bcfoio ills-
posing of the stoek, Little Is In sight
nt the reduced price, however.
J. P. COOKE
HEADS A. & !!.
J. P. Cooke, second vice-president
nnd manager of Alexander .t Baldwin,
was elected to the presidency of the
big company to tuccced tho l.tto II.
P. Haldulii, lit 11 meeting of tho' iiuu
pnny dlreetora jestcrday afternoon J.
It. Clalt, third vice-president, was
elected to take Mr. Cooke's place, and
W. O. Biultli wns elected third vice-
president. The ljst of ofllcers )iiw Is!
Jovp, p. Cooke, president i W- M.
Alexander, first vlce-pres'dent; J. It.
elnlt, heennd vice-president; V. O.
Hmllli, thin) vice-president; .V.. II. Pax
ton,, secretary; John Wnlerliouse,
Ireusiirer; (leo. N. Wilcox, H. A. It.ibl
wln nnd W. R. Castle, nddltluiial directors.
H. F. WICHM AN & CO.
"V011 admit that you aiu not first In (- Percy What are nii doing about
her nlfecllons, yet you senm cheelful .ir ""ciors ii.mui 10 ihhu puysicai
"Oh, I can't Cxiect til (siiupeto wllh
the pug dog mid Iho rubber plant "
exercise, dear hoy?
t'holly I'm tarrying a heavier
Milklng stick, and I wear 11 larger
"""" """ huttoii-holo bouiUet,
Shtv it s when 11 man Is In trim- .
bin Hint he ioiiIIich the 11luo of a "Is shn freckled?"
wlfu. "Well, she iiiluht wear 11 few 111010
He Vi;g, Ijit'll (lit can ,uij' nil. Ilia fii'kPH f sliu ciiui get tlionu sliu lunf
piupuriy in nc,r iiuuiu, nip cuguwaya,"
STOPS OFF HERE
Dr. J. Q. A. Henry, 1). D., 11 noted
Ameilean Raptlst minister and nvan
gillst, uiih 11 pussengir on tlm Makuru'
today J R, Is 011 his way to the Coast,
but w'lll remain teveral days In Ho
nolulu, which he thinks Is one of the
must delightful places In tho world.
Dr. Henry Is returning to tlio home
land after 1111 absence of n year nnd n
half hi New 'calami nud Australia,
where ho has been ciiKiiay'd hi evan
gelistic work. Ills missions in the Col
onies havo been remnrkablv success
ful In many ways. Thousands of peo
plo have lieni d lilt powerful messages.
He Is rcturiihUT '' tlio States to re
sume his evangelistic work, and will
hold his llrst campaign In Woodland,
Dr. Henry Is n gifted preacher, nil
earnest and Indcfitlgablu worker, unci
one of the most amiable of men.
He has 1 undiluted eampalgus In all
parts of the Unlttd Ktules, and III
RiiKland and utlur parts of Rurope.
Tim leiielieiM of the MeKlnley High
school will be piesent nt Iho building
next Friday morning, Hoplcinhur 1Mb,
lo examine lliom pupils in liny branch
nf study In which Ihcy were found do-
llcloiu nt tun ending or tlm summer
lei 111, thai lliey imi) lm uble, In uo 1111
with their clasnim n leiiular Htiuullnis.
Land of Puupueo
WHEN 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, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
BR TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to he
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered,
grows in pop
ularity. It fits.'
It's easy. Tho shape stays.
Note this gun-metal foxed
bluchcr. ( !
A business-like model for i
the young man.
With tho popular high heal
Aid all tho Crossett com
"MiAe Mi HZA Eor
$4 1 $6 eTerywkcrc.
Manufacturer's Shoe Co.
In your milk. We ask
nothing better than to havo
you visit our milk depot
on Sheridan street and sea
how we handle the milk
supply for our customers.
Compare our methods and
cleanliness with tho ordl
ncry nsrnyard variety of
dairying and you'll under
stand why It is safer and
better to buy milk from us.
Liberal Installment Psymmt.
THe Formfit Fstrt
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