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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11, 1911.
!; ILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
" LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii,
'vly every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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tlio downhill of Kluir Manuel of Por
tugal, hujh bIio wouldn't glvu up her
Art for nil the men In the world Nor,
II mlBlit lie milled, that $4(10,1)00 neck
lace of K'iirln, either
William K Corey, former president
of the fnltecl Stntea Hteel Corporation,
hiivk titietR lire not desirable play
things Jiiit now. That ought to he
good campaign material for Tuft to
hnllil those cynical people who have
been sending at recent Supreme Court
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OCTOBER 11, 1911
t Fill my hour, ye !o(ls, so that I shall not say, whilst I have
'ino this, "Behold, abo, an hour of iny life is cone," but
.jther, "I have lived an hum," Finorton.
) FAIR TREATMENTBY PAIR MCN.
,, The Civic Federation will meet this afternoon to discuss
'ie Hccia beltroad contract, and reliable information comes
lat a resolution is pending protesting against the expendi
ire of approximately S80.000 for the Heeia strip. The
i li 1 1 e t i n is also informed, through the chairman of the
ederntion's Committee on Streets. Parks and Public Ways,
lat the resolution will be based on the fact that $200,000
jas appropriated by the Legislature for the belt road, wherc
s the Loan Fund Commission is figuring on spending
200,000 and, if possible, arranging with the County to
pend $50,000 more, thus completing the work for $250,
100. In another column today the Bulletin publishes inter
iews with Chairman Andrew Adams of the Commission, and
Supervisor Murray. The facts and figures given by Mr.
idams in response to a request from this paper cannot, we
lelieve, be successfully refuted. He shows why the cost of
Jie Heeia contract comes high, as well as why the Commis
sion has determined to lay a road that will be permanent and
Vill serve greatly increased future tratfic.
Supervisor Murray's statement proves that the $200,000
ippropriated by the Legislature was not, at the time of ap
propriation, believed sufficient to complete the road. It
jroves that the Supervisors were figuring then on plans to
spend for the county direct, some $50,000 more. It proves
.hat the Commission, in its estimates, is following a line of
.action thrashed out by the last Legislature.
The Commission cannot, therefore, be charged with over
running the amount estimated for its use by the last Legisla
ture. On this point protests will tall to the ground. And the
Bulletin believes that the statements of Chairman Adams
as to the wisdom of building roads now for future develop
ment will strike an answering chord in the heart of every cit
izen who believes in the future of Honolulu and in making
ready for it.
The Civic Federation should face the facts of the case
without prejudice. The B u 1 1 e t in has no intention and sees
no necessity of apologizing for the actions of the Loan Fund
Commission. But men with fair minds should not allow hys
terical attacks based on hearsay or prejudice or spite to sway
their reason. Condemnation of the Loan Fund Commission
at this time, with no more facts against it than have yet been
presented, is not worthy the impartial attitude that the Civic
Federation, as a public body, is supposed to assume.
Let there be hearing as, to the facts, certainly. Air the
matter all you please, gentlemen, but GET THE FACTS be-
; fore you" administer a slap at such men as Andrew Adams or
Giles H. Gere.
j Some of King Manners frlwnlti uru
probably aboard the Immlunllit ;iililp
The .News-letter of Sail Francisco,
has Itleus on what u Meet In for slight
ly lit vei lance with those held by the
miijorny of nnwil olllcers an well as
the tomuion mil of citizens. Thei
.News-Utter seems seriously to think
that the paitlclpatlou of the I'aclllc
ciiner beet III a paKealit at San Kran
ilico while Tall It wielding the shovel
Is of more Importance than the high
ly important maneuvers planned for
the Hawaiian Islands. The publica
tion lets forth Its naive opinions us
I .wry now niul then the iirogniit
mil nupld Washington btii"niicrncy
M'ts 'Is autocratic self summiirlly and
properly cuffed up to a pe.i'i. Other
wise It would be iilielidurahle. The
latest lsilor to the seat of punish
ment Is the navy branch of that bu
ll tiucracy, ami the culling was per
sonally administered by the President,
with Sun Krunclsco us the petitioner
and complaining witness. Wo are
htlll u-suille out the spectacle.
Oh, no; It would bo utterly out of
the question to huc the ships of the
l'aclllc Siiiadron here during the
grniiud-hienklng ceremonies lu Oct
ober. The navy bureaucrats merely
sniffed at our earnest and respectful
request. Assistant S-'ecielury Ileek
man Wluthrop hud determined that
because we wanted something we
shouldn't huo It. "Maneuvres of the
highest Importune!) to the Oovein
inent" necessitated the sending of
these vessels to Honolulu. The ord
ers hud been Issued, and there was no
The. News Letter took up the mailer
at that Juncture ami iiegiin asking tin
lonifortablu questions The stiggej
tlou that our appeal he made direct
to the President was quickly and en
ergetically taken up and the ships
am to be here. It Is refreshing o
liiumlne how Assistant Secretary II
Wluthrop must be still rubbing the
place where he wus lilt by the eccii-
live order cancelling his older.
That the President should at once
see the force and Justice of our re
quest was certain as mnn its be und
erstood the situation. II was in n
position, us couimaiiiler-ln-chlef of t!iu
military department lu question, to
ask what those m.ineii.-ies of the high
est Impoituiice to the (ioveriunent ac
tually were, and why. Doubtless he
did. Picture, II. Wluthrop perspiring,
luwatdly cursing niul trying to ex
plain He must have had an unpleas
ant quurter of an hour. At the end
of It, the President probably said:
"Send those ships to San Kranulsco.
There Isn't any wnr In tlio Pacific,
and none Is lu the remotest prospect.
Take notice with what ulucrlty unil
cheerfuluess the olllcer conimiindlin;
the squudruii Informed our exposltlou
ers thut he hud received orders to at
tend the exercises with his string of
white tea-terrlois, and would surely
be on hand. The wardrooms of the
Nobody has yet been heard to le
inark any. (dug about Thanksgiving
The thud of ottlclals' heads dropping
In San Krunclsco since the Itolph elec
tion hounds like u humlful of shot on
u tin roof.
The spoiling editor suggests that u
llfteen-roiind bout between the Medl
tcriiuicaii. fruit Hy and the cotton
boll-worm should be staged for the
benefit of charily.
A new gold Held has been dlscov
( red in tlio Arctic, beggaring the fam
ous Klondike. Perhaps the excite
ment over this accounts for local lack
of luteiest III six-cent i.ugur.
American annexation of Canada still
bobs up lu comment of llrltlsh week
lies on the recent elections Chump
Clark's llunquo will not down
Percy Hunter, one of tlio llvest
wires lu uiptlMty, will be with us
again today. Hunter hails from the
Antipodes, hut his enthusiasm III u
good uiiiho knows no nationality.
John I). Rockefeller hits u new hut.
And yet there weie doubts as to
whether the Standard Oil decision
would haw any udversc elTects.
Somehow the I-'Ishnuirket seems to
ii'iirrv illmiir. Hcreentess and a haven
for fifes, In splto of the djro tin eats
of Hoard of Health and Ilotud of,Sup
Itusshi, Austria, tlieecu and llulgaria
ore uiohlliing their aiinles. All the
war coiiespondents lu Kurope are cap
ering with Joy, uud the standing Hue
"War Clouds lu lldlkuliH" bus been
thrown out ufter years of honorable
i Gaby Deslys, the Parlslun dancer
ci edited with having helped to cause
Poet Will you accept this poem at
your regular rates? I
Kdltor 1 guess so It appears In
contain nothing objectionable do to
the advertising department ami ask
them what the rates uru How many
ties do you wish It Inseited?
A western milling prospector wus
paying his Hist vlhlt t" Nuw Vol 1c. I
"What do you think of It?" nsked
the proud (iotliamltu us he pointed out
Ku&iU. , . - ,.u&&i
I mi l, ! wmimmmamm
HWgJirff j-t .rajatfNHiHMBIBHIpgBjBQ
"Wul," leplled the minor, "It looks
llko a permanent camp, nil light."
"Yes; we did considerable mountain
climbing w'lillu ubro.id "
"Hut can oti stint light off ut
mountain climbing without pielinilu
"No; hut we got thut climbing over
baggage ut the urlous ktutlous, look
Inn for our trunks."
Of Pure Milk
That the uteri of
milk are appreciating
the succeaa of our
effort! to furnish
only pure, healthy
milk li clearly shown
by the constant ad
ditions to our list of
Our cows are per
fectly healthy, and
the milking and
handling Is done un
der the most sanitary
conditions. When the
milk reaches our
depot on Sheridan
street it is treated by
an advanced electri
We deliver only
The Goblin Will Get
Duy n home. Paying rent gives to
the landlord the profit you should save
for yourself. There is a profit.
Ask To Be Shown
the following bargains in homes for
1. S-room houe, Puunul $3500
t. S'room house, Young St $4000
3. G-room house, Maklkl $4700
4. 7-room house, Punahou $3000
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
on listed stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. WI2 8IIAI.I. Tin ri.RARKD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.'
824 Bethel Street
Sole Distributors of the
famous David Davidson
YOU CAN SEND A
to your friends at sea up to eleven
ivery night. For other messages the
office Is open from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p.m.
in week days, and from 8 to 10 a. m.
You can get money. Carry
WELLS, FARQO & CO.'S
squadron mid the Juiklcs would rather
bo here than anywhere elsu on this
ocean, and, on tills occasion, hero is
where they belong.
The uiiuiial report of the Social Dem
ocratic putty's executive xiiiiiiilttt'M In
Iltrlln, which has Jut been Issued,
shows that thu Koil.tllxls of Oerinaliy
hac Iniiiaseil their nrguliUcd ineni
liers by 11 CM I In the tourse of the
year, to u total or h3C.noL'.
Kuxlgn Charles 12 limey ot Torts-
inoiitli, N' II, nttnchtd to the United
Status gunboat rampaiiKa, was killed
mid three enlisted men of thu navy
were wounded In an einouuter with
hostile Yucaus on llasillau Island, one
of the Philippine group.
We don't need to tell anyone
wln l.nnwH this store that we
can souvenir tlieni to u nicety.
We have li pretty iiiniplelii list
of such things us
SPOONS, BROOCHES, FOBS,
SCARF PINS, BUCKLES, ETC.
They nre novel enough to ap
peal to anyone and nttracllve
enough to be appreciated and
kept and remembered.
li. F. WICHMAN & CO.
I)i er are so plentiful In some parts
of Di-liivvnm that they are n menage to
growing crops The State game war
den has heeii appealed to for relic
Homes for Sale
Very attractive new bungalow. Mod
ern in every particular.
Story and a half house near Punahou
Kaimuki 9th Ave.
New modern bungalow. Magnificent
view; two blocks from car line.
All the above at attractive prices to
bona lido puuliaseis. I.lbiral terms of
.SALE of READY-MADE APPAREL
Marquisette Dresses, $8.50, $9.75,
$10.95, $13.95, $14.50 to $95
Lingerie Dresses, $9.50, $12.50,
$15.00, $17.50, $21.00 to $95
Silk Dresses, $10.50, $13.50,
$14.50, $15.00 to $35.00
Pongee Coats, $5.50, $6.75, $7.95
$10.75, $12.50 to $38.50
Wash Dresses, $2.50, $3.50, $5,
$6.50, $7.50 to $13.50
Evening' Capes, $6.95, $9.50,
$13.50, $16.50, $20.00 to $60
White Serge Coats, $16.50, $24,
Rubberized Coats, $5.95, $8.50,
$12.50, $15.00, $21.00 to $35
Black Satin Coats, $21.00, $22.50,
$27.50, $29.50 to $32.50
Wash Walking Skirts, $3.50, $5,
$6.50, $7.50, $8.50 to $27.50
Wash Suits, $3.75, $4.95, $5.50
Tailored Sdits, $10.50, $11.50,
Silk Petticoats, $2.50, $3.95,
$4.50, $5.00 to $9.50
Heatherbloom Petticoats, $1.50;
$2.00, $2.50 to $3.50
Girls' Rubber Capes, $2.50 and
Girls' Cloth" Capes, $3.50, $4.50,
$5.50, $7.50 and $8.50
Children's Reefers, $2.50, $2.95,
$3.75, $3.95, $5'00
A Great Special in Sample Muslin Underwear. A
fine showing of New Waists specially priced for
the October Sale.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
W. O. SMITH, President L. J. WARREN, Secretary
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Treasurer
W. O. SMITH J. P. COOKE
W. J. FORBES S. A. BALDWIN
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN A. F. JUDD
OFFICES: SECOND FLOOR, STANGENWALD BUILDING
TWINS THRIVE IN
Boy Weiulis Two Pounds and
Gill tliroo When Born,
WILLOWS. Cab Sept 21. A flro
IcKn cooker ban coino to tlio rcKcuo of
Mr. mid Mrs. A. I J. I'.epor of this
place lu cariiiK for lliolr twin chlhlieu
born a day or two up Curb-d lu bep
aiale cotnpaitincntH of IV" laid wind
in kitchen appliances, l;m boy. who
vt'le,lii'd but two pounds at hlx blith,
and the kIM, who wcUheil Unco, arc
ylcepliiK their way to health when not
lecelvlne; food by aid or a niedlclno
When the IwIiib vveto born the doc
torH declined thut :iu :uculiutor vvne
lint only thine; that could Piivo their
IIvcb, NothiiiK of tlio kind was to bo
louiid In the vicinity, hut the flrcletM
cool.or proved eipial to tlio emergen
cy. It vviiH found that it proper degree
of bent could ho maintained and tlio
iitnuiH of humanity are said to bo
thriving under Ibc caio of their
Htimis'0 fimler mother.
! n 1 1 c 1 1 1 tl nor mr
Tort and Merchant Streets
WHOLE on FAMILY
Liberal Installment Payments
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