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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.
H;, MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1911.
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Pf YeM,tl..iid, roitlin 13. (mj Ptr Vent all'). luititn 3,nn
npB ) tdlcorial Rooms,
I wl.JBuainess Office,
('usurp mill rrltlcNiu not it litirl
nnjliiiilj. If Irui' Hit') .how a mini
lilt weak imiIhIh iiihI forewarn him
ugalnM fill I ii re and trundles If fulo
they ciiiiiioI hurt lilm, unless lit- In
minting In rli.iruclrr. (il.iiMiiuo.
Wo can't iccnll lliat wo lime jel
Been mi) tiling on tin- Turkey trot.
"Seeing the. Kites" will probably lie
tho rago during the coming tourist
It's iihout time to turn over a new
leaf In the atlas. Mote along flout
Tripoli to China
Tho fall season iiiul the college grld-
linn arc about the only time ami place.
fwlicn it kicker la appreciated.
D.ivlil Starr .Ionian went to .Lilian
.looking for pence. The .Japanese
handed lilm a piece of their minds In
In conforming to modern world
do.ts China had a haircut awhitu ago.
seems lo ho in it fair way to get
It seems that the l'aii-I'acMc Con-
Kress 1st stirring tip more excitement
' than xlc months ago, when it
van actually in session.
It's iiliuut time for somebody to sug
gost that tlin Cnriicgio library silo lie
chanced. Tho cornerstone will not he
(laid until next Saturday.
. Through tho goodness of heart on
tho part of Italy It seems that the
Arabs will not have to do that "tent
folding and sklddoo" stunt.
Now that Turkey has worked her
self Into an embarrassing situation
wo shall have to get our Turkish rugs
from Massachusetts as usual.
Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, tho famous
'.evangelist, nifty come here, I'resutu
Jelily tho belt-road commission will be
'..pointed out as it horrible example.
- - - - A
Ynlo'n report for tho jear shows a
falling off of about a million dollars
,Mu gifts. Harvard can Just ulmut
muse mat up uy iiaiiiiiiiK into unj iuk
game this fall,
There will be a new canal and a
world's peace celebration In I'JIB
Still It would be Interesting and sat
isfying to know who. will occUpMlie
, White House at tho Hnmo time.
baseball is ablo to draw
juovvdii of 39,00(1 people, statisticians
Kwho flgtiro the United States going to
demnltlon bow-wows beeauso the
common people are becoming decadent
will huvo to rovlso their horoscopes,
With all duo respect to tho morn
ing naner's dlscovory somo months
i that Ciprlano Castro was In Ho-
nnliilu, which, by (bo way, ho wasn't
-wo should Iiko to back Dr. Sun Ynt
J Ken against thu win 111 In a dlsap-
arlng act. '
I'rcsldcnt Tuft says 111 a public
speech that tho plans of the national
monetary commission must bo caio-
Jully worked out. Tho commission
lias been holding sessions for somo
r jcars now, but tho only thing worked
E'out so fnr Is tho old gag of patriots
fsliivlng for Ihelr country.
,,Dlnei' "I suppose jou aro accus-
llpmed to getting very large tips."
rWaitcr "Yes, the patrons bore nro
FDInor "Then you can easily ovor-
Riiolt' tlio trifling one I am compelled
.o" give you."
"I hnvo iIccIl'oh to nult this com-
Inanv tonight." said tho prima donna
krt? T t... ,1ti.nnn.l Intn llui mnMlll'nr'u
entered at Ibc PMtcrnt at llonmola
a. econrf.clsji matter
.OCTOBER 16, 1911
0. Henry, the famous story-writer,
once observed that Uncle Sam doesn't
owe anything to tho Indians excciit
the land upon which tho United States
Is situated Tho Melons attitude tils
played Inward a largo majoilty of vot
ers who do not happen to agree with
n ery small faction partly nonvot
ing at that is remindful of Henry's
The attempt to revive the antl-Ma-liuka
site agitation iind create a fic
titious Interest In It Just now Is al
ready panting for uieath after pome
three or four diijs ot hard work.
.Meanwhile, tlio only effect hits been
exactly npposlto what the slto-shlft-
irs have taken as their alleged object,
and the matter la being deluded In
stead of hurried.
Tlino people who remark loft
lly that it Isn t up to Honolulu to
entertain tho tourists after they .come
hero should listen to somo of tho re
marks made as the aforesaid tourists,
after shedding ''icir excess cash in
Honolulu, are departing. Hawaii's
natural charms have never been dis
counted, hut It pays to give tho
stranger within our gates it good deal
better timo than ho expected.
One of the belt road commissioners
remarks that the publication ot the
Kilblo charges has had tho Joyful ef
fect of shifting tho attacks of the
mental dyspeptics from the commis
sion tn Kulilo. Which Is true. It Is
also true that tho commission's atti
tude lias been upheld by those who
will hate to bear tho major portion
of the burden of building the road.
Nine, out of ten of tho reputable, bus
iness men of this community will
ngreo with tho commission that a poor
road Is ati thing but economy.
Absurd as aro tho majority of the
claims set forth by thoso who fuvor
the Irwin site for tlio Federal build
ing, tho small olro piping up nt this
date fnr tho Allen slto Is more absurd
still In fact, there is so llttlo In fav
or of the Allen slto as against the
.Mahiika slto that no doubt can exist
that tho Allen slto apostles, If thero
bo iiinro than one, aro occupied main
ly In an attempt to draw from the
Mnliuka slto advocates.
Tlio "clWc center" propagandists,
obsessed with nno Idea that seems to
have blinded them to cold fncts, hall
with loud acclaim tho fact that their
petition will bo given a hearing when
Congress meets. It Is to bo hoped that
Congress will always accord citizens
a hearing on a public matter; but
this is very different from agreeing
with their fads.
After all, tho Irwin site as against
tlio Mahiika slto Is fad against busl
ness fart; the Mahiika Fltn presents
advantages ten tn nno from tho
standpoint of servlcn to tho pcoplo
generally, and tho question Is not
whether this silo will or will not ho
chosen, but how lung tho Interested
opposition to It can delay tho final re
sult. Tho levlval of I he Kedoral slto ag
itation at tills timo serves no real
good; and those whoso Information
on tho subject Is general rather than
speulllo should realize that the con
troversy over tho Irwin slto and tlio
Allen slto Is designed to hurt tho Ma-
protested, "vvu havo nobody lo tako
"That's why I havo decided to quit
, "Thp allowance my husband makes
me Isn't enough,"
"Hut, madam, wo decided It was
ampin for your support and tho sup
Jiort of tho children."
"Yes, 1 know, Judgo, but I'll ncod
Iitikn rnuso Indirectly. And It should
bo remembered above nil that Con
gress Is no nearer and tho depart
ment Is iio nearer changing from Its
nircady-cniplinsltcri stnnd than It was
months ago when tho faddists first bo
gan their adolescent arguments.
MB. TAFT OfTBIG BUSINESS."
itAtl.ltOAUS "I think It Is now
generally conceded that tho power of
tho Interstate commerce commission
Is Kujllc.'ently great to remedy goncr
nlly the Injustice to shippers that gave
rise, to tho demand for legislation.','
"Kxcppt 'the Introduction of n Hti
Itatlon as to tho power of Issuing
stocks and bonds, 1 do not think It
wlso to ndd to tho present statutes."
"Many rates nro still unreasonable
or discriminating," but wp hnvo the
machinery for effecting needed re
forms. TlttJSTS "I must decline to'.ulmlt
that there is any discretion which
would enable tlio attorney general and
his assistants to stay tho baud of the
government In respect of such viola
IIoiib of law"
Foreign governments may enooiir -ago
trusts, tako part In their manage
ment ami Itx prices, "but such a sys
tern with us Is absolutely Impossible,
and It might as well bo understood."
They may "establish a lino betwevn
those monopolies that nro reasonable,
those that nro not those that fro
benellclal and thoso that nro tincon
sclonahle," but "no such a lino In ios
TAKIKK The change "from n pro
tective tariff to a tariff for revenue
only Is necessarily hostile to Misting
"I am among those who believe that
protection In tho past lias bojn too
high anil that it Is possible 'o towir
tho tarlfT so as not lo Interfere, with
business" by giving "a living rate of
CUIlltlONCY "Tliero ought Ij bo
somo central authority that could tako
over tho quick assets of tho banks in
tho form of business paper nntl issue
bank notes on the faith of It to mtl
tho exigency arising at any tlmo In a
demand for money."
Tho plan of tlio monetary commis
sion If adopted "must bo carefully
worked out" to prevent "tho control
of tho monetary situation, or control
by tho largo batiks ot Wnll street."
HERE TO FIGHT
(Continued from Page 1)
men In a few dajs, nnd lie expects to
pet a largo enrollment. The com
pany will pay Its own expenses for
the trip tn China. On arrival In China
they will teport to (Jen. 1,1 Yung
lllng, of tho revolutionary forces.
Ilogert lias opened headquarters at
King nnd lllchnnls streets, bo said
this morning, mid will enroll volun
!Clltor Woon of tlio Liberty News
vhen seen this morning, stated tliat
while no definite news lurt been re
ceived from China regarding tho re
volution, ho Is expecting cablegrams
nt any moment. The loc.il sympathiz
ers of tho rebels In China aro sail to
bo contributing funds already for llie;cnnlzutlons, etc.
Ouo of tho prominent Chinese Mat
ed this morning that It Is llkoli that
sulllclcnt fuiida will ho collected to
We are determined to sup
ply our customers with an
absolutely pure, healthy
milk, and with this In view
we are proceeding on the
theory that it is impossible
to be too careful in the
feeding and care of our
herds and In the handling
and treatment of our milk.
Our cows are periodically
f Inspected by the Territo
rial Vete'rlnarian, 'and per
' feet cleanliness I main
tained In every department.
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Travelling in a Circle
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8-Room Home, -A
12-Room Home, -
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Wo buy and eell Stock and
Bond, and make investment for
other in approved Trust Securi
ties WE U1IAI.T, I1B I'l.KABKD TO
Bishop Trust. Co., Ltd.
824 Bethel Street
You can get rnoney.
WELLS, FARGO A CO.'S
help defray the expepses of tlio vo
lunteer company which will leave for
China In the near future, It Is hoiied
The quarterly meeting of the Oabu
Central Improvement Committee will
bo held In tlio rooms of tho Honolulu
Merchants' Association, Young bttllil
liiic, on Wednesday afternoon, October
18. nt 4 o'clock
HuhIiicss; I"ren garbage, Illshop street
extrusion, quarantine regulations, san
itation, business men In politics, plan
for consolidation of various civic or-
Intor-liland and O. R. A U Shipping
books for sale t the II u 1 1 1 1 d
tfllr fine Maeh
Homes for Sale
Very attractive new bungalow. Mod
ern In mvtry particular.
Story and a half house near Punahou
, t KaimukMth Ave.
New modern bungalow. Magnificent
view) two blocke from car line. . . '
All tho above nt attractive, prices to
bona lid" purchasers. Liberal terms of
Fort and Merchant Streets
Sole Distributors of the
famous David Davidson
YOU CAN SEND A
to your frlende at ea up to eleven
evtry nlnht. For other mesaagea tho
office I open from 7 a. m. to St30 p. m
on week dayi, and from 8 to 10 a. m,
Wo don't need to tell anyono
who Knows thM sloro that wo
can souvenir them to a nicety.
Wo have a pretty complcto list
of such things as
SPOONS, BROOCHES, FOBS,
SCARF PIN8, BUCKLES, ETC.
They nro novel enough to ap
peal to nnyono and attractive,
enough tn be appreciated and
kept and remembered.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
2185 editorial rooms 2256
business nfllcc. These are the tele'
phone number of (bo II n 1 1 1 1 n.
Last night as I lay sleeping
I heard a sudden z-n-n-n-g;
And roused myself to answer
What I thought was a tele
But the sound I heard was a
And I slapped and slapped,
So I dropped that "skeetcr"
With Benson, Smith's "Skc.ct-Go."
SECOND INFANTRY WILL SWING
ROUND UD IN GOOD TIME
Wednesday inornlnK will eeo the Sec
ond Infantry on the road for Its pr.tc-
ln march round the Inland, Tho third
battalion, stationed nt Tort Kbafter,
starts today lo Join the other two bat
tailous tit Lellehua, and wilt drop on
iiriiIii at Hbafler on thn return trip.
Tb Infantry will match In what Is
Known as "Meld service uniform, com
pute." Tills equipment fn what was
formerly known in tlio service as
"heavy luarchluK order," and Includes,
shelter tent, blankets, poncho anil lit
least one day's rations In the haver
snik, besides arms niul itmmunltl'Ui.
AllnKcthcr n pretty heft load for a
tropical tramp. The pack complete
welKlW In thn nclKliborbood of ".0
pound, and In temperate elbnates
would scale considerably heavier than
this, as overcoat and blouse would ho
Included. Hero tho soldiers march In'
their brown shirts.
Althniiijh tho prrsent roll, rarrleil
over the shoulder. Is a decided Im
provement on the old -fnsli lotted knap
sack, with Its irosed straps over tho
rhest preventlni- easy nnd natural
breatblni;, It U by no menns sntlH'ac
tnry for Ioiib marches. Thero Is n new
pack that baa beon recommended by
the lioarjl ot Infantry equipment, which
Is said to bo u Krcutf Improvement over
the roll and which will be supplied to
all troops In the near future. This
park, which Is carried on tlio back, but
which hat an Ingenious arm into incut
of boldliiR straps that permits of free
I'llltnr llvenrni- II u I lot In I
do not think that the Kulilo charges
iiKalnst tho Governor, us published In
tho II ti 1 1 o 1 1 n, aro such an awful
surprise, at least to ; good inany of
tho people of this city. Tlio DelcRiitp
has simply said out loud what a lot
of laymen havo been thinking, and, lo
tho minds of a number of citizens to
whom I have spoken on tho matter
the only surprise Is In tho fact that
somo Riirh pillltla lias nut beon fath
Thcio may bo somo of tho Dele
Rato's charges that am, for sine, u
llttlo stiff, hut nt tho same tlmo, an
Investigation would do no harm.
Not charging tlio Governor with any
ono item contained In tho Deleeato's
charges, I do not think Hint Governor
Krear has mado tho sort of Govounr
that a RrowliiR, rustling Territory like
Hawaii should bavo. A friend of mine
remarked yesterday thnt "Krear was
too much of a natural born lnvvjer In
ho a good Onvei nor." lly that ho
Ktatcd that ho meant that Krear tool
ton long on deliberations of every
thing that ramo beforo lilm, seemliiR
ly boliiR afraid to movo for four of
making n mistake Tho wants of this
Trirltory In the lino of Govornois
iihoulil.bo a man who can glvo a snap
Judgment mi any question thnt Is put
up to him, ami nt the snmo tlmo ho a
man of tho pcoplo and among tlio pen-
WHOLE on FAMILY
Libera Installment Payments
breatlilnK and unimpeded use of the
units and body, wim tried out In tho
recent maneuver In Texas and pro
nounced a distinct success.
To Cover Ground. -
On the present march thr Hecond
will make nbnul thirteen miles per day,
which Is ronildered fair koIiir for
troops tluil have been rlnliiK garrison
tint j fnr some time. The nvcriiRO march
us clvrn In the regulations Is fifteen
tulles, so the Hecond Is dnliiR Its share.
Knl'imlnit Is the Itinerary!
Oct. IS Hrlmflrlil llarracks to
Ilaleliva II miles
in llnleltvu to Knhukil
mill 13 "
" 0 Kiiluikti Mill to Kua- .
b 13 "
21 Ku.tln.1 to lleela Mill. IS "
22 rtciniilii 111 rump., H '
2.1 lleela mill to Vort
Hhafler 13 "
21 I'ort Hhafter to Wal-
pnhu ,.10 ."
" 2S Wnlpshli to Keholleld
IlnrmrkH ,'.13 "
Captain Carter Travel.
('nptnlii Carter, chief of staff. Is now
vlsltlnrj the Islands of Moloknl nnd
Maul In rpiest of Rcnernl Information
benrlnR on the military situation In the
Ah n ruin nfllrrrh can not'RO on'OJfpei
ditlnns of till Rcnernl nature without
belnic charted with lenve, but nil ex
ception has been mnilo In the case of
the Department of Hawaii, on account '
of ptlstliiR local ocnilltlnns.
relief for cough,
kfratiT'ltlf If 'll
lute' i harmleu.
Tills one-man ruin petered out with
flnrlor and the pcoplo nro getting very
tiled of It, and if thero Is an Inves
tigation started It Ib an assured fact
that cnintl will not play an over-doso
part as fnr as tho Governor Is con
cerned, and whllo the Invcs'.lgators'
aro at It they might bh well plow deep
for there Is a lot or legislative wood
to bo sawed and split.
Honolulu, Oct. 1C.
Good nuto repairer. Guarantees satis,
faction; driving or repairing-. Good
references. I'honn 1880. G05S-31
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as much more for tho support of tho
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