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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, '1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published
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
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallack R. Farrincjton, - Editor
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'All humble, meek, merciful just, pious and devout souls
; are everywhere of one religion, and when death has taken off
frthS mask, they will know one another, though the divers
-f liveries they wear make tliclii strangers. William Penn.
DR. SCUDDER'S QUEST FOR TRUTH.
Doretnus Hcudder called at the'
Bulletin ollleo this morning to get
facts llrst bund, he having beard the
report that Dr. It hie had stated to the
editor of the II 11 1 1 1 1 1 n, while tin the
trip from San Francisco to Honolulu,
that there was no necessity for citt-
' tlni- ilnum liutiriiiii tilntita Tin Intt-
inntlou being that l)r Illue was not in
favor of what had been done 111 the
city but after arriving would not op
pose the orders of the oillccrs of tho
Marine Hospital Service.
As the studied misrepresentation of
tlie. II 11 1 1 o 1 1 n Interview has appar
ently caused doubt In the minds of
men who ought to know better, the
plain facts may well be stated for the
benefit of any who may be Interested.
Dr. Illue did not lit any time say to
." the editor of the U u 1 1 1 1 11 ur any
v one else so far as the edltur of the
llulletin Knows, mat tnero was 110
necessity for cutting down bananas.
Tito attempt to put him In the post
tion of making such a statement or
that the U u 1 1 e 1 1 11 quoted him to
tin, ntfn la .. 1ii.pt nf fill. Ill tarniir,'-
f sentatlons of well known vicious und
"r unreliable persons.
)s In an Interview with the editor of
, tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 n, Dr. Illue wns i.skcd
I'yf whether It would be necessary to wipe
frioiit all the trees, thereby meaning the
' "!-. l t !.. .1... ......
, puuus, uiguruuu, ur uuy ui int. uutui
'atlve trees whlcli somo people had de
clared would liue to go If Honolulu
' V wero ever forced to deal with an ep
idemic of yellow -fever. The exact In
terview was us follows:
"Must we wipe out all the
"Not necessarily. Vacant lots
1'.) should be cleared of weeds nnd
ffi,( rubbish, und the trees that carry
water in their leaves snouiu ue
attended to, of course, but'I soe"1
tv- "Voluntnry holiday" holng Interpret
Ejr ed means "Just celebrate."
Thnt New York meeting Is 11 re
tulnder that you huvo to have a riot
' ln order to keep tho peuce.
1 . ( -. .
All they know about it Is that tho
wurshlps of tho I'nclflc fleet uro ready
to go to China, any tlmu they are
Whether an undisputed Tuft delega
tion Is sent to the National Itepubllcan
T?"i mnventlnn In n matter for Vllllam
X- lloward Taft to decide In the next few
?jh' The United States (lovernment is
I making provision In this part of Its
) 'domain for tho 0110 thousand foot ship,
Wirt would Honolulu harbor do with
Si one of them?
', If Duke Kalianumoku's numo Is not
ontiiellst of Alnuteur AthtetlclJnIon
record mnkors, that's ail tho moie
'reason why he should go to the Suites
nnd show 'em. '
1 Chicago, June 18. That's the place
and the date which will be uppermost
t In the minds of from seven to eleven
1 ' Mrs. flint iseioreiyj iu juu vi
L drink Intoxicants?
CV BOlieu npoouer Ull Ilia uinu; -
Vofe replying, inuduui, permit me tu
sk If uat IS un llivitntioii or merely
1 ii inquiry?
Knlcker What do you think would
mike tlie world batter?
'"Jpockor If folks lock' ndvlco Ilku
by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
Starred at the Potlorec at HoMlnla
u tecoad-ctuf matter
DECEMBER 13, 1911
no reason why they should be
destroyed. They could be sprayed
with 11 solution for which I have
the formula und whlcli has been
The men who wanted to make
trouble for the sanitation workers Im
mediately declared "llananas uro
trees, so lie must Include bananas."
Nothing of the kind. During all the
talks between Dr. Illue and the editor
of tbu llulletlu the banana was
always referred to as 11 plant rather
than a tree, and ulso as one of Hie
1 1 hum to be Included In the things that
viiiuld half In go. Such a thing us 11
community lighting over a banana
plant when Its elimination meant the
remoinl of a mosquito headquarters,
certainly did not occur to the editor
ol the Bulletin and was an entirely
new thought to Dr. Illue when lie ar-
rhed In Honolulu.
Hut Dr. Uluu did not waste any- time
quibbling over technical points or
matters entirely beside the Issue; he
turned his hand to the work to be
He not only stuck to his text us re
gards plants but he also brought fre-'
quently and prominently to the foro,
u point that he made In ills first con
ersatlon with tho .editor of the II u I
"M lint ue must lime first of nil Is
cum in mil!) fotipcnillon. That Is the
That's what is needed now as then.
Dr. Illue, had not been here long be
fore be wus able to size up the vicious
character of Home of tho opposition to
I the sanitation workers. Ho could
'sympathize with the Ignorant und
thoughtless who were being misled,
und he knew from Just what sources
the misrepresentation and haggling
I tactics originated und by whom they
' were supported.
next six months.
-Not only Dole but most everyone
else Interested in the pineapple busi
ness finds the market good, judging
from the advance in the price of pine
apple stock in tho lust few weeks.
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n news is ulwuys bcBt, be
cause it Ib ulwuys llrst und gives the
truth nbout It. You. muy not ugree
with the opinions but you have to
have the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n to get tho news.
Dr. Norguurd Is quoted as saying
that he made u report in IiIb ofllciul
capacity that wus not Intended for
publication. He should not make any
leport unless It In Intended for pub
lication. Speaking of politics, did it over oc
cur to you that the next Mayor of Ho
nolulu is a mutter of as much or more
importance than the next Governor of
Hawaii. What lire you going in do
Dr. Scudder mude Ills comments on
the sanitation campaign after reading
misrepresentations. lie then sturtcd
out to learn the facts. Of course It is
Mrs. Casey (sitting up In bed)
Moike, did ye put out tlie cut?
Mr Casey 01 did.
Mrs. Casey 01 don't beluvo It!
Mr Casoy Well, If yez think Ol'm 11
liar, get up und put 'or out yerself.
"You refused mu ten yeurs ngo,"
"I remember," said the heiress.
"You said )t would wreck your life." I
. 'lt did. I huvo, had to worlt for u'4
Ilvlug ever since."
boiler Into Hum ncwr, mill lit' natural
ly ciime first to the Bulletin odleo
to cut the truth.
Owing to the Increase In the busi
ness of the Ilonoliilii iost utllce, the
box renin nre Increased. That' n
strnngn regulation, lint the town
doesn't cure how much tlio dovem
ii icnt charges Mr box rent. 80 the mull
Ih delivered (in time.
President Tuft In confining IiIh mes
Huge to one topic probably Intended
to center public Interest on the great
est legnl topic of the day. It worked
nil right till Hoosevclt'B name v. us
mentioned at the National Committee
meeting. Then It was all off.
The falling out with Itusglu out the
refusal to grant passports to Ameri
cans regardless of race has been com
ing for n good number of years. Its
present serious nipect is the result
of the growing number of Americans
of Hebrew extraction, and the Ameri
canizing Influence that makes tho av
erage American forget whether his
fellow citizen is Jew or Ueutllc so he
Is 11 patriotic citizen. If our coun
try can make us short work of class
distinctions as It has of racial dlfll
cuttli'H, It will inoro speedily accom
plish the work It was cut out to do.
YOUR CHRISTMAS WORK,
Plan your Christmas shopping curly.
Do It now. ,
Clillstmas is less than two weeks
nway, but the spirit of giving Is ever
piesent. So gle an early thought tu
the Christinas buying.
Today the stores of Honolulu nre
weighted down with suggestions for
gift.,, linn If you cannot make selec
tions now, think how much harder It
will be later on when the stock is not
so complete, and has been all picked
Instead of shopping under pressure
at tho last minute, with scattered
thoughts of "something" for this
friend und that, do your Christmas
shopping while you may take leisure
to go through tho stores nnd get the
The stocks In tho stores are now
complete. The Christmas goods uro
ull In. There will be no 1911! models
ut the lust minute. Do It now.
Mosquito campaigning Is Just like
advertising. You must keep everlast
ingly at It to gain results.
We rend of the victory that .lias
been gained over the mosquito In Pan
ama, und wo should not fnll to reail
fuitlier and note 'that the filling, und
the oiling and the cutting of mosquito
breeding plants has to go on continu
ously and tlie sanitation corps has to
be forever on guard to keep Panama
clean and healthful.
So with tho mosquito war In this
city. It bus hardly begun. Tlie pre
liminary scrimmage has done noth
ing more than reach the rough edge of
the pest. Whore hundreds of dollars
and hours of time huvo been expend
ed up to date, thousands of dollars and
days of hard work must ho Invested
In tho weeks nnd months thut are to
The dollars will bo mora or loss
und the time long or short In propor
tion to the measure of community co
operation that tlie olllcers In charge
of the work receive.
Every dairy belonging to
thli Association Is ktpt In
a perfect unitary condi
tion, and tho cows are cer
tified aa healthy by the
and absolute cleanliness is
enforced in all handling.
But we do not stop there.
After the milk has reach
ed our Depot on Sheridan
Street It is treated by an
advanced electric process.
Our customers receive a
rich milk absolutely pure.
Homes For Sale
A iniMlerii tropical ii-ronm btinicnUiu'.
ThriV Pulmonis; K"s, eltctrh lights;
city wiler: ornamental shrubs nnd
trri'ii In yard Price (Glue
Largo spreading liunnalow, College
Hills. Thoroughly inodtrn; beautiful
gioiiuilxi on cur line. Price. ...ff.liOO
I'liin new ciittngt' of five rooms In
l.'nllege Hills. All modern cmiienl
enct'U Lot Is all ln line l.iwn. Price
rive-rooin new milage, very nttrnc
II vis seven minutes' walk from Mil
avenue, Wal.ilne road, l.ut is In lawn
nnd garden; no iim'Iih. Price.... $2100
OlllclnlH and their IiiihIiiokh iismi-
clutcH ai'H dolnR their utmost. It Is
tii to you, Mr. Average Cltlen, to de
termine whether this effort will be
productive, of the bent 11111I the iUlcK-
et lesilltK,,oi' be hindered by 11 Iuiik
drnwu iiulhbliuK uhhh cannot by any
Forget (lie liana ua-lrccs and re
member the Floral I'lirade.
TO REACH PEOPLE ON THE
OTHER ISLANDS AND ON
SHIPS AT 8EA
Real Estate for Sale
Building, lot Prospect St. ....2t0000
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 135000
Building lot Kalmuki. ...7.... 700.00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
House and lot Koln'saua'Ave.. 200000
Furnlshe'l house 6 months from
December 1, 1911 .'.$6000
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
Young Street 3000
Kalakaua Avenu 20.00
ALL READY FOR MAILING
Hand Crafts in
Be On Time!
MANCHURIA ia the last boat to
reach the Coast before Christmas.
WELLS FARGO & CO. EXPRESS
TO THE PUBLIC
In answer to numerous en
quiries from their patrons, the
retail store-keepers, members
of the Merchants' Association,
beg to announce that their
stores WILL BE OPEN ALL
DAY THURSDAY for business
1 4 1
on lleted stocks or on Improved
We buy and sell Stocks and
Bonds, and make invtstments for
others in approved Trust Securi
ties. WU SHAM, UK I'l.nAKKD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
024 Bethel 8treet
Highly olllecrH und rndftx In the
Cermuii imrc.iutlle inarlnu are visit
iii x ut tlie port of Honolulu by the iir
rh'.il of tlie line Herman training elilp
lleivrgln feclle. wlildi left Keith. Scot
land, niter talilnn oil ii hlir shipment
of fertilizer. 133 days iiko.
'Hie (iermiiii tralulni: rhlp, under the
(iiliiiniind of Captain O. Walter, Is no
utriiiiKer to these Islands. It was last
November thut the HirAislii Cecllo
Kiillttl from Honolulu for Australian
polls nnd nrrlved at Kdncy nfti r
whut Is cimdd(.retl 11 very smart pns
SIIKe. The yessel eaine nlonKslile the rail
way wharf shoitly before IS o'clock
today, with 3700 tons of general carro
tho Kreuter part liclnit fertilizer, ce
ment and Ralvanlzeil Iron ware. The
(lermiin ship brings n variety, of 13u
ropean merehnudlse, soint' of whlcli
was lo'ided nt llaiuburK und Antwerp
Captain Walter reports hnvliiK
rounded the Horn In thirteen days. "It
was the nastiest weather that I ever
expt rlenceil," be said on nrrlvnl this
moriilui;. When 11 favorable wind was
eiKountirid it blew Willi the force of
11 hurricane ami caused considerable
discomfort, but no 'ilunviKC. When
ever the (iernuin ship fell III with calm
weather the winds were In the main
Tho UerzoRln Ceclle has a flno band
fin fliftnrd, of n dozen Instruments. As
ine" snip passeii tne Mnerican cruis
crs'ut tlie naval wlmrf, the band struck
up "Tlie Star Sp.uiMled ltanner." Th'e
eoiirtisy was much appreciated. The
band played (lermati national airs as
she came up to her berth nt the rnll
wav wharf Tho Ilcrzoxln Ceclle holds
tlie record of beliiK the only vessel
of her rl'nnd tonniiKi' that ever sail
ed Into Sydney. N. H. W.. liarbor with
out the assistance of h tin;.
The vessel Is expected t'e remain
lifro fur some weeks,
A series of entertainments Is planned
by the local fiirin.ui colony for tilt
oilliiis'iiud men on tills fine type nf
1 es 1
HACK TO .ATIIIti:
The Food Problem Soiled.
'Tor eight months drupe-Nuts wus
almost my sole food," wiltcs a woman,
"I bad become 11 couinlt'te wreck, u
to speak, bail no uppdllo or relish for
any Mud of food, lost llesli, dreaded
the simplest dally tasks, and wus drnK
Itiinr out a most wretched existence.
"The drupe-Nuts food took hold of
me ut iiiioo, ii'iiewlnir ull the vigor of
my imtuie, and my wink becnine u
pleasiini to me Instead of 11 hardship.
This wns four years ni?o, nnd this
happy condition has remained, except
when, nt times, I have left oft drupe
Nuts. Whenever I did so, Nature
broiiKht mo back to the liealth-KhliiR
illtt li.itk to drupe-Nuts. mid the Juy
of renewed health."
Unlike oat meal, drape-Nuts does
lint ovfiheut tho blood. Try a dish
with cream or milk and fruit, fresh
or stewed. No cooking required.
e a m
SAMUMIi V. WIIITK and II, V. fiar
hard, two men said to have been ma
terial witnesses for the prosecution
in the I .os Angeles Times dynamiting
ciihu, are In the city.
Wc make fine
post, card por
$1.25 a Doz.
Lowest Prices for
Printing and De
veloping for Ama
teurs. Henry's Studio
67 HOTEL 8TREET
uvivvven uvwici unu run m
Interesting Papers Read and
' Officers Elected for
Tii llnuiillnn Territorial Medical
Knelt tv brntiKht Its annual ineetliu? to
11 clone this week after n very In
tert'HtlliK Reunion. OIHcerM were elect
til for the t'imiliiK year, and roinc very
liitircclhui papcM wtre read,
TI.e .result of the diction nf olllcer.s
Is nx follow m: Dr. W. (. Ilobdy In the
now prcHlilmt, Dr. li. II, Wiiterhoui'O
llllx tlie position "f lct'-preh1ent, nnd
lr I J. HI11 lihenl the dual cnpuclty of
tt'iretiiry nnd treasurer. The execu
tive inliimlttie tonsli-tH of the olllrera
nil endy mentioned and Dm. V. D.
Il.ihlwln and William (1. RoKcr.s.
Allium? the pnpem rciul were Homo
very IntcreMliiB iiiich and xome ill 11 of
hpecl.ll Interest In (iinncctlnn with the
tli'.iuliiK up of Honolulu. Or, Ramus
dealt with -The Wider field nf ll.v
Klene," si tul Dr. Iliiya read n paper en
tltle.1 "All Ounce of Prevention." The
mattir of "Plantation Kaiiltntloii" wax
liiiuillttl by Dr. Wind. Tim papers lire
In In. iiiiIi1IhIh.i1 lii tiniiiiilili t Turin find
will lie distributed an noon nx they cull
CASE IS UP
Tho legal fight over tho banana troo
cutting by tlio health uiltlioillleu Is In
bo taken up again this afternoon when
Vtturncy K. C. Peters appearing for
the defenso In the case brought by
the ullomey geiicral's department
against William Lucas to test tho lioiirit
of health regulation, will place Ills
side of tho mutter beforu Judgo
Tho prosecution has already proved
its sldo of the caso and is now rest
lug. The fact that tho regulation was
pusscd, constituted tho main Item In
tho cjso for tho prosecution nnd this
Is nut tu ho attacked by tlio defense.
t'eters may try to show tho court
that the regulation Is an unreasonable
.lie nnd is also expected to demur on -somo
half dozen points. f
Under n yevlous urraugeimiit
ludgo Cooper will rosene his riifing
on ull points brought up und tlicao
will go to tho supremo court tor flail
lcclslon. All that Ilia attorneys will
1o before Judge Cooper Is to brink
ut the acts of the caso and also thd
points,' for and against, which they
hlnk will materially affect the .case.
The other rases which have been
brought against the board or health
md the members of tho sanitation
Mimmlttee will be allowed to ePiy
'leil uway nnd bo continued from tlmu
to time. Tlio reason tor this con so
f action, according to statements
mndo by the nttoriioy gcueial's de
partment tills morning Is that none
if the other cases. will decide the rca1
mint at Isaiie, namely ns to whether
ir not the regulation of tlio board of
health stands good.
The Mills, Ilolllnn and Itnso Injunc
tion suits were ull hied heforo tlio
regulation was passed by tho hoar I
if health and theieforo they do not In
ny way outer Into tho controversy.
The Thurlell case wh'ch c.inio up In
tlio police court ns the lesult of Thur-
ell being arrested under warrnnt from
the attorney, general's department It
In tho hands of tlio city urid county
attorney's department an,i will also
very likely bo held over until tlio Lu
cas caso is decided.
A Paris dispatch states that on ho
half of tho dliectors of tho Suez Ca
bal Cnmpany. tho Public Prosecutor
has been nsked to open proceedings
against an ofllcial of tho company In
Hie central otilce In Paris for fraudu
lent appropriation of shares. Tho
shares, which each horo tho valuo of
'i.UOOf. U'200), wero In tho nature of
n depoBlt ns security. It is not known
how thoy caino Into tho hnnds of the
Incriminated clerk. Tlio totul amount
of tlio defalcations is lopurted tu be
Our cases are full of Bright.
New, Up-to-date Goods.
A stroll through' our store will
offer many suggestions for Xmas