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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.. H, SATURDAY, 8EPT. 23, 1911.
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.
, t j MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
I CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii; ' : ; . i
.Wallack R. Farkinoton, -. - - Editor
t HvniNiiNu iiui.i.trrirw
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l"i V"t,n.lin InD.S H.uo
Per Vrtl, l-l.i.l, lotclt.li IXoo
pi I Editorial Rooms,
I 5l.BusneM Office,'
Only ulurii- mil hrlni; nliout Jiiii
lire In I lie nurld. The rooinlr power
mtldr of ii h do mil iiiultf ur lili'uls
mil. K mankind, u I lie tutiilltr of
M-lf-runseluus rniilurcx, duct not help
llst-lf mi line helps II. If mi- nlll mil
help our brothers, no one nlll. Van
Those iiiuat bn members of the Sour
Old Maid Society who are boycotting
sugar down In Texas. Perhaps when
cotton goes up, they will refuse to
wear cotton flannels.
To hear some people talk you might
expect them to urge that the Hoard
of Supervisors till take to aviation ex
hibitions as the easiest way out of the
next fourteen months In office.
There are mighty few of the less
fortunate people who wouldn't ;
willing to remain n few months us
legal infants when 11 2." .000 was at llm
end of the rainbow of majority.
Quitters want nnother form of
government. .Men who mnku a com
munity worth living In, get into the
game and see that men of capacity. :ilh
well as Integrity are placed in public.
As long as the public works of the
' Territory are managed In their pres
) ent style, the people who point to the
!: old form of government us better than
unty Government nt its very worst.
can only elicit a smile. ' u
.It is an abtolute certainty. If Con
gress Vevlses the tariff as radically as
some of the wild ones proiose, the
response of the American people will
14 be Just as conclusive as the Canadian
til .vote on the easy free trade proposl-
J .vote on the easy free trade proposl-
. . . .
- .-' There are mighty few difficulties In
f: carrying elections und assuring e.-'
t.;nciii ui-rmuem, u uniy me uusi-
.liens men who complain the loudest
will do about half the work that com
mon ordinary clvlc duty, demands jf
You will notice that Walter Well
man is fighting shy or stunts In the
'heavier than ulr flvlnj; machines.
IVTIiA.a'a nn linnmil ..lin.inA ... .....lit...
FffiL IIWMCni. LIIUIILC Ul fti-tuu,.
Kineu in sucn macniues. .Mid vei
,man Is absolutely lost unless he has
;an ample supply of gas.
a Talking, says Thomas Kdlson, is one
Kl;of the greatest evils of life, for you
'lean talk yourself Into any kind of 'a
state of grievance. This probably '.Is
.r.iwby the Public Works Department M
'-.i Hie Territory feels Hint It Is not fiillic
'. . " ,'A
atmreclated by the nubile. " I
? Hawaii's lurk Is proverbial, but we
tf ...llti.v Inl... l no .urlnlntv lli.i, fVm-
V weress will not continue the Amerlrai
tigress will not continue the American
j bounty of fuvoruble legislation, when
tlt finds from public acts and personal'
. exireHiuu mui muein-uu iuiriuuJii
'.In Hawaii Is only dollar deep.
', Isn't It about time for the sanlta
itlon Committee of (fie Chamber of
.Commerce and also of the Merchants'
finHi, i i.i i.-,. uC ..fnora ni.,i smiii.irv
&" -.-,-. .- -..- .
' i experts, and thus secure a lltle flrsf?
j handi Information on tie worlttbey are
('specially delegated to look after.
'' Iji Follette said the other day.
They need- fear no ultra pr radical
legislation. betiaUBe you cannot enlist
i irfa""muiorlty of 90.00O.oO0 pf. iieopliri
C' .ouytiiing unless it is ngni.
Hulker I low did you get
Ilnllrv to liliv volir llew hat? ;
ImP Mrs. Wlngo I told him that if he
didn't I'd go In one of his,
ol'a Didn't I tell you not lo go
tswlmmlng under uuy coiulderullon7
L,lltlB Willie (lldn'l ia, I went
tinder tlto old red bridge,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
flAu MofilM. a) .At,
4 ftr Vl, lDrbilo U3. ..... .iM,
"P.iTmi niywbttt ' Ciiuirft. I.l
fW VM mlaM, faltm 3.1 4
nlmo U lb. foatoOc. u Moroni.
.,. ;.SPTEMBFR 23, 1911
American people are the most con
servative on earth." 'I-al'olletto ought
to know. He has proposed more rad
leal legislation than must any other
moderately sane legislator on earth.
Civilization' doesn't amount to much
wjien women boycott sugar Just be
cause the Utrd didn't send enough
rain for the. beet crops of Kurope.
The vote of a whole section of the
country Is likely to switch for no bet
ter cause than a desire loget at some
one and Providence is 8odlsgu8tlngly
I-orrln A. Thurston said In public
meeting at llllo that 6f all things Ha
waii does" not want a government by a
commission appointed from Washing
ton. Comer Is to the II n I let Ill's
policy come In slowly but they finally
Jicad the right wiiy. And now comes
Thurston "white the lamp holds out
Ti'burn the vilest sinner may return"
who Is about the limit
STRANGE TH1MS IN POLITICS.
So many strange tilings are hup-
!nl"B ln a political way on the
"lainianu mat one is prone to won
der whether the silly season has fal
len a little later than usual.
Speaker Champ Clark's anxiety to
get out from under the full of Canad
ian reciprocity Is, uinuslng. The ef
fort will be ns fruitless as the annex
ation cry In Canada was successful In
upsetting reciprocity, and all with as
little good reason.
President Tuft also appears to have
concluded that his Hamilton keynote
speech was, pot all that lie intended it
to be, so he, comes. out with an expla-
nation of his attitude toward the Ill
surKeiits -whom he went after some
.what rouzhJX-u,ftuK-weeks ugo.
Some people think that by this
speech President Taft hos Anally tin
if mil iiiinseu. nut mere IS time for
lots of things to happen In the next
few months.. The President's boyish
admission that he-Isn't much of
DtMltlcbiin (bay from Its -very lack of
guile, be Just what will save him from
the pitfall that the disciplined poli
tician thinks he has dug for himself,
The peoplo may seo in U the honest
and confidential manner In which the
chief executive of the nation, talks
with constituents. They may see In this
an evidence .that he is especially open
-Hbdabovebaard..iind uullke mnut nnv
0,iler me , I)llbl,c , wln.De la
i, mlsjakOr. he sees he has
- - irr - -' "f.
:TOnWljilJni ' certain.- President Taft
In taliliiKtiT'tlie' mlddle'of the road
Tibs figured out for-iilmselt the, most
muicuii program, mat. any public man
can.oilow. - .,
Suifar as'tlie people. of Hawaii are
concerned,-they know that -the posl-
t loll' of the President Is. absolutely
sound on national, pollcles.'that bear
1outAroerlcaii Interests In the. Paclllc.
W':iKrj'fore;Ttavpwno rejlson' to crit
icise lilui for what seems tojilm best
I hut ure constantly occurring in the
.ui. - : - .. -..,.
rliri(enr7 Avljjtrfiouse" Trust Com-
lsitfcaicBuiiujiflmriuient was too
Jn,dluui7JIrousli wnJciri rs. " I lelen
Castle Mliide" purchosW during .the
jreekr :tlie, Jaillf u bciflj prouertr
"varnuuuBia.ioriuriy uvvfil uy ur.
OarlerT rhe"'i)Urchuse "'ktjt was
(700ir(tiidirarties with It sonieKiUie
itat''Wre',(or" country, homes' on'.riitij
Tailor -lias Mr, Owens luketi any
net Ion oh that bill of Ills yet?
Collector- Yes, ho kicked mo out
the lust limit I culled to collect It,
Miss Dinks Did he get his money
. Mr. JJuks-Well, he lold u plain
Jitlfi' lie loved Iter fur lierself uloue.
(Contlnutd from Pag 1)
think Hint I run please you grently
when I s.iy tliat Colonel CIihIIioIs told
me rennlly that the Panama Canal
wouliljj fendy for use by January I,
l'j4,(n full yenr tiefAre It was expect
ed. We nrc also Interested In Hie labor
profHMltlon mid uur farmers are con
tinually calling fur more help to pick
their crops and handle their lands.
With tiie opening of the Pojiaina Canal,
the labor from Kurope which former
ly went to New York will be diverted
through thin great waterway to the Pa
clllc Coast mid to Hawaii. You have
here a soil and climate similar to that
which Is found in ljitln Kurope, and
the people should come In great num
bers and will, I believe, make excel
I A. Thurston, hfter a few witty re
marks, made a striking fight ngalnni
nny proposal to govern Hawaii by a
commission nppolnted from Washing
ton. Such a government III Washing
ton Its. If, where anyone having n com
plaint eould appeal directly to Con
gress, wus, he said, n very different
matter from the same thing C000 miles
nway from headquarters. It would be
the worst blow to Hawaii that could
possibly be Imagined.
MAUI ROAD RACE
(flprcl.il it ii 1 1 el In Corresoondence.)
WAIMJKIJ, Sept. 22. The three
Honolulu runners, Tsukamoto, Scharsh
and Jackson left Uihalna last Thurs
day morning at 8:19 o'clock and ar
rived nt the Watluku Court Houae at
one o'clock In the afternoon with the
Kipiioncse leaning and Jackson a
close second. It was merely an ex
hlbltlon run and no record was in
tended to lie established. Ho declared
one of the runners; but the Walluku
sports cannot seo where the exhibi
tion comes In for the time made-was
four hours and eleven minutes, over
a z. mile course. There will be races
nt Kahiilul Park on Sunday, promnt
ed by' many of the Kahiilul and Wal
luku Japanese sports, the proceeds to
go towards sonio charitable Institu
tions for the Japanese.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
The Sunday morning service will be
dovoti'd to Hie ".Men and Religion
four "short addresses:
"What Is the Men
There will li
-A. K. jrl
"What It Means to tho Hoy?
Chas. V. Ixximls.
"The Significance of
men!." Paul Siier.
"The Call of Jesus Christ to Mod
ern Man." Major A. M. Davis, U.
Miss Collals will sing nt this ser
vice a song which has already won
largo favor In connection with this
movement on the mainland.
The Ulblo School will meet as usual
nt 9: SO a. m.
Tho Christian lCndeavor Meeting at
At tho evening service at 7:.10 the
Assistant Minister will speak on the
I..ITTKK DAY SAINTS, ItrorKnulird.
Church on King street near Thomas
.Square. 9:45 u. in., Sunday school;
lesson, topic, "The Kestorutlon of Is
rael"; classes In both Hawaiian nud
Kngllsh. 11 a. in., morning worship;
preuching In both Kngllsh and Ha
waiian. C p. in., ZIon'B Hellglo-I.lter-
nry Society; lesson ouurterly re
view; also musical and literary pro
gram. 7:30 p. in., evening worship;
sermon by Elder Waller. The geucrul
public Is cord al y Invited to nil ser.
vices. Special missionary services
will also be. held at 7:30 u. m. In the
gospel tent, corner 13th Ave. und Wal-
uiae roan, to which all Kalmukl peo
ple ure Invited.
THE FORWARD MOVEMENT.
At the present tlma there lire 3,000.-
000 morn women and girls In the
churches of North America than men
and' bpys. It Is primarily to change
this proportion by winning thousands
of the men und boys now missing from
all participation in church life that the
Men und Iteliglon Fonvurd Movement
bus been undertaken In the United
Ktates and Canada.
i The service lit Central Union elmreli
Huriduy morning Is lo bo devoted to
this' topic. There are to bu four short
addresses on four different phases of
A. Ii IVurlmcr will tell "What thu
Men and Religion Forward Movement
Is"; Chnrh'S F, I.00111I, who has re
cently eoiiix lo ueifpt the directorship
Olio Hupluobllii runabout, cheup; near
ly new. IuiUlrii John Mutlos, U'f H.
llrretuiila HI. If
1 Thurston j
Larg. lot en corner. Sl is 17S ftt J
by 206 fact. 1
i For Sale at $4500 '
i Deautiful marine view) good noigh-
, fcorhood. Adjoint Neighborhood ttnnis '
1 court. I
I - I
I Trent Trust Co., - ,
I UMITED !
i ' i
I . ' . j
en lilted stocks or on Improved
Raal Ettato. ,.
We buy and sail Stocks and
Bonds, and maks Inveelmentt for
othara In approved Truit Securl
ties. vk rhai.i. hr l'lkaskd to
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
S24 Bethel Street
A Crato 'of Six Selected Pinos or.
Largs Bunch of Bananas
Blmply leave your order we do tho
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Forgo Kiprcss Company)
of the Hoys Clubs In Honolulu, ,jvlU
leu -wnat me sio.vvnvnt,MraiiH".'aul
Super, general secretary of the Y...M
C. A., will speak on "The Stgnlllqtn'ce
of the .Movement"; and Major A,. Mi
Davis, II, 8. A., gl.-es, the closlug'ad-
dress on "The Call of Jesus Christ to
The talks will nil be brief and to
the point, and call not fall to Interest
all who come.
The men of the city, wlthou) regard
to church affiliation, are Invited to at
Theodore It. (loodwhl nnd Thomas
Fleming Day, who crossed tho ocean to
Itoine In n :s-foot yawl, returned on
the steamer Diica Degll Abruzxl.
Water house Trust
The leading homs-buildera are buying their homestead
Iota in tha suburbs. Thore are reatoni why health, main
ly; then mors beauti'ul aurroundlngif then mors room
about the houae and no mora of that "cooped-up" feeling
that cornea with llvng In tho trirklysettled parte of town.
Wa are offering ota In the land of PUUPUEO varying
In area from a half acre up to any sire you may suggest,
and ranging in prioc from $1300.00 up acceding to the
ii of tho lot you may aelect.
Theta lota have all the advantagei of a downtown lo
ration, with th addc4 features of a lower temperature,
beautiful view, beat of neighbors and no unsightly pJrl of
the city to travel through on your way to and fro,
FOLLOW THE L:ADER8i and secure a piece of prop,
erty that Is steadily advancing in value and at th lame
time giving you an opportunity of living In the beat part
of the city,
Let u show you that thli ji true.
We give an individuality to copies
of old DAGUERREOTYPES, which
makes them doubly interesting.
Office open week daya from 7 a. m. to
5:30 p. m.f Sundays, 8 to 10 a. m,
and until 11 p. m. every day
for ships' manages
KAHN PARTY HAD
WILD RIDE ON
(Continued from Pago 11
tnnts say has seldom lieen duplicated.
Kennedy Ditcovers New Route.
tlenernl Manager Kennedy of the
Inter-Island Is now said to have dis
covered u new nnd heretofore .unex
plored route' for an extension of his
roasting steamer service, ufter having
made Ids memorable trip overland from
tvallua to Kawnehae. Mr. Kennedy had
us Ills sole companion Attorney rYiinkj
Thompson. A baulky automobile of
llllo vintage was the cause of two
memliers of the Congressman Knhn
party being left behind and causing a
ilelay of some three hours In the de
parture of the Manna Ken from Kawul
lino last evening.
Messrs. Kennedy nnd Thompson are
declared by eyewitnesses to have dono
mine remarkable sprinting across tho
inlry fastness of Hawaii's "belt road",
system. Shortly after leaving Kallua'
they fell In with n suinplu of liquid
sunshine, which continued to descend
In Increasing volume nnd finally caused
the roads lo become mere channels
through which coursed a coffee-colored
Hood. The llllo auto was soon placed
lrsde-comhat. In the meantime the
l-aln did not abate In the least, und
there lielpg nothing doing with the In
ternal part Tif the machine, Messrs.
Kennedy nnd Thompson decided that.
Inasmuch us the hour was getting late,
they would hike In the direction of Ho
8mahed 8wimmlng Record.
Tnifuphig along n highway In which
they sunk Into the mire und water to
their knees, the two travelers finally
mine to n swollen stream. This had
to. ,bo crossed, which, through tne ah-
Mmce of n culvert, necessitated n swim
Seven miles of this travel brought
he purtjf lo the friendly shelter of a
Chinese store. A telephone soon
placed them In communication with n
liveryman. There was no nutomoblle,
but two sorry-looking ffpilnes were nt
the disposal of the distressed nnd ma
rooiied Honolulu business men.
In the' meantime Ceiicrn! Manager
Kennedy felt In lu-ed of n change of
raiment. Attorney Thompson did not
require, much persuasion In arriving at
the smne conclusion. They scoured the
stock In that general store, mid it was
n plclureslle outfit that whs Dually
transferred from shelf to the person
of the soaked nnd bedraggled travelers.
Trouters Were Half-Matted.
It was a vision worth going miles to
see. With Thompson It might have
been considered os "raining lif Iin-
don," ns Ids nelliir garments were half-
masted, while In the case of the hend
of the Inter-Island service he wafc
Mrongly Inclined lo bring nil essential
portion of his wardrobe mnl endeavor
to dispose of It to "Sunny" Cunlia, nt
n marked reduction from cost pi Ice.
In this garb the two business men
finally. reached Kawullme, but Captain
Freeman had been notified to bold his
steamer until their arrival, nnd when
each presented himself on Inianl, Skip
per Freeman mid Purser Fete Phillips
wer.' op the iotnt of nsklng each for u
certificate of 'Identlflcatlpn beforo they
be allowed In claim their stateroom or
Kahn Escaped the Deluge.
An extra onto was sent back to pick
up Congressman Knhn mid I,. A.
Thurston, nnd they reached the ship
about, the same time ns did Messrs.
Kennedy and Thompson."
Congressman Kahn wus nccordeil ev
ery' opiMirtnnlty of viewing the Indus
tries, of the Island nt first hand.
Too Knhn p.irlwcnt overland In nil
tomoblles, starting nt Knllua to the
Volcano House. There they vlewiil the'
vioinlers at the crater. Passing Ihruuxh
the coffee district, the California Con
gressman wus afforded some little time
for looking Into this growing Indus
try. Ilu then passed through miles of
sugar plantation. Nearly two Hours
Were spent III the Inspection of u to-
bacro plantation. On Inst Thursday
the trip was continued to llllo. and
there he wns entertained nt n dinner
given film by the-business men of the
At llllo Congressman Knhn was
shown the breakwater-anil other points
of Interest. In leaving llllo the party
took autos after arrival 'it Piipulkou
on the new llllo railway extension.
They called nt Ijiupahnehoe mid skirt
ed the llamakua roust until nt n point
where two' members 'of the party met
with their mishap.
Copper - Plate
IXxcejs in Correct
ness of" Design and
It F. WICHMAN 4 CO.
WHOLE os FAMILY
Liberal Installment Payments
FROM THE TWOPI
lo Central America many natives are
gathering the seed of Ihl plan t, Ced ron
Heed, a rare medicine that lias valuable
curative powers, liut few drug stores
carry this seed, owing to the lilgbcoat
of the article.
This country is a large consumer of
this coetly seed because It enters Into
Hie famous catarrh remedy, l'eruua,
(old the world over.
Have You Tried
If hot, try.it today
and7ou will here
after patronize our
Soda Fountain. We
use no cold storage
cream. Its made
of pure, FRESH
cream and milk.
All pure fruit
Drug Co., Ltd.
1024 FORT ST. Tel. 2364
' 2185 rdltorliil rooms 2258
buslucss office. Tlie.e are the. tele
phone nu tubers of the II 1 1 r 1 1 n.
The milk furnished by
this Astoclation it from
cows certified as healthy
after thorough inspection
by the Territorial Veteri.
narian, ' and th milk i
handled under the moat
sanitary conditions. Upon
arrival at our Depot it ia
treated by an advanced
We deliver an absolute
ly pure, healthy milk. -
tfriatfifnur, iin.itJn is