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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakoa 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.
Wau.ack R. Fakrinoton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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ll Vm, ",.l. fltil, nlrlrl U.l,u IVl Year r.tMM, fnltlffn 3.IM
'B'tfi tidltorlul Rooms,
'llt.it wlili It nutKcs Hie. mini mi
Miirc (linn lit' miii makes hi life no
lKirvc: It hits mi power Iii harm, nllli
mil iir h Willi, -Marcus Aurcllus.
I.:i l'ollette lias started. There'll no
telling where !( will tiil.
SlICCPSHflll btlSllieSS 11)011 lit Ilolld-
lulu 111 these il.tyn atu tlio nnrs who
f.n p light mi driving business uvoiy
day nf the oar.
It dingn'sn rau't ngloo'tn anything
dclinllii on tin' tarltr, II will liavo a
mighty liiinl Juli reaching a com In
liion mi the Immigration iptosllou.
HiiR'il.t unil Japan working together
teem!! Incongruous luit may nfler all
liu a liattir.il icsult of the fl let ion be
tween tlio ITnlicil States ami lttissl.t
ovit ticaly rights.
Dr. Sun will rally stand nut an tlio
i;iral man uf bin ago if ho ran find
flutllrlciit cnlicslvo force to wi'lil Ciilna
Into a republic t li nt will Ktaml an a
i'ii.wit of strength nnd ehnrnetor.
It In to liu presumed that tlio llo.inl
of Sitpol visors will not tttteniit li
filial an iiiiroprlatliin tliat ratiliot liu
apiu'ovi'il liy tliu Ii'cal ami tlio umllt
lnt; ili'ii.irtmi'iitH uf the city ami coun
ty. Cnnilltlfins arc cliaiiKlui; with Iro-
nii'iuluuH raiilitlly In llonoliilii. tint
tlwy all mhhp tow aril tlio cprtalnty of
Hip wnrkiiiKmnn liuvliiK mora to say
In tin' iilTnlrrt of iiiilillc iidnilnlstra-
tlim tlutii pvit beforo.
H.'iiillntlon Is still tha Krc.it prnb
liui lipfori- llio pooiilo nf Honolulu
WllllC lltllllllllR tlio niosiiiillu out of
tin) ipiiIit uf tliu city, Hutu niiiBt also
liiiVnntlnupil attacks all altniR tliu lino
In tlio outskirts nf tlio town.
Woniliow Wllsnn'n tiir.illilary Is rpI
tliiK ilon u to tlio point uf utmost hp
i lotifiiiexn. A stuillcil attack Js liolng
inailo on tlio Now .Icrspy flovprnor, ap
parently In tlio liupO of killing lilui
on. Ah oflpii liapiivns, tills may lo
Just what Wilson needs to nssuio lilui
of tlio prlzo.
It Is Mtilto piisslhlu that a case or
two of smallpox may ilcvi'lup In Hu
rt cIIiiiih to which tlio InimtKrauts
finin llio quiirniitllia station hid ns-
RlKlii'd. If tills should occur, for fiood-
iiors' sake don't k np In Hip air ami
aiherllso the town as threatened with
a Binallpnv ppldemlc.
(.'uopi'raln In pwry lino of Impinvi'd
ranllatlnu fur llonoliilii. Move
forwaid. Don't bo fnrovor lutrplnis nil
tlio past. There Is too much work to
ho done for tlio permanent iiplnilldliiK
of Honolulu to allow for wastn of tlmo
In lolterliiB uIoiib tho way and wrniiK
IIhk uvor nldo Ihsiips.
Hawaii Is Id ho congratulated op
haliiK a inun like Mr, Hurrlt I. Wll
ilei, who 'turns Ills Interost 'in tlio
fruit and (lowers uf his homo laud to
such good account. Tho volume on
Hawaiian fruits just Issued liy Mr.
Wilder Is not only a credit to tho
author Intt a very valualiln luhllllnn In
tho Information that In ho freiiienlly
needed and so Jiard fur llio average
cltl.cu In Illlll.
Passenger I haven't Bern; Hill Jonos
who was cnndtictor on this car for n
Conductor No; Hill ain't nn
mad no liioie. Ilu got color-blind
I'.isBeiiger Color blind?
Conductor Yes, Ho couldn't
whli It wits Ills and which was
"Tho community Is going lo put up
a Btatuo to your honor," Bald Hie
"I wish It would wait u while," io
plled Geiialor Sorghum. "It'a bad
enough to bo roasted for years by tho
amtti-.! at the IV4trft.cc at Honolulu
a icii'ii'l-rUxl natter.
DECEMBER 23, 1911
Perhaps It In Irno (lint there Ih no
hiiili thing ns it iii.nl dog, mill mi ne
cessity for a rabies iiuiunntlnc. lint
11. c great majority of civilized govern
ments, anil the leading scientists lire
nnalilo tu leitch audi a conclusion. In
Hi In ease, majority rnlp Is by no
I means imili rule, ami ll In liy all ihIiIh
i the Rtifpst.
I California Is boasting uf having tlio
best Kinds or any Stale In tint Union.
, llonoliilii will adil a very Important
III in tu lis lint or rnmmiililiy assets
when It ran declare dial It linn tlio
best streets nf nay illy In tlio llnlti'il
Stall's. Ami that Is not such a illlll
cult thing tu In Ink abmit If tlio people
unci' let tlielr minds to II.
If wo nail tlio iirniiineiit of tlio an
thorltli'S yuulpil liy .Mr. ltyau correct
ly, rallies Is a fault of nonous por
sOns lather tlinu a iIIhpiiuo uf iIoks.
Wo hip nut proparoil to deny this nr
nuuii'iit, hut coiidltloiiH arc cuch that
11 is liuiiimslhlo to iiu.irautlup the
nervous perilous in (inter that
do;;s may ro.mi with freodoiu.
Honolulu street crowds are
vprhlal for lack of ptithuHlasm.
Men 'of the Krint Atlantic licet marched
through our xtrccls with hardly so
much as a slnclo cheer to creel lliein.
Wouldn't It ho well tn wind up tlio old
year liy havlni; a fow denioiihtratluus
of approval when the men uf the I'a
eltle lleet parado IhruilKh tlio city?
LABOR'S COMMENT ON THE
Many requests hao come to tlio
II ii 1 1 c t I ii fur tho piihllcntluu of tho
vIowh of lahur leaders and Socialists
on tlio courpsilnn of tlio .Mc.N'amaras,
Ono of our readors was psiieclally lu-
trrcitril to know what (ho pdllor of
"Tho Apjipal to ltpaKon" had to say
llnilpr tho lipadlnt; of "Labor's Ho
pudl.itlon of tlio Dynamiter," tho lai
cs' Issuo of Tho I.ltcrjiry Dleont filvos
ono uf tliu most complelo resumes
teat has ((line to nutlco uf cnmuu'lit
innde by unl.m leaders and Bnelallst
oir.nns. From this wo ipiotn fieely.
culling special attention to llio pi'o
fucliiK cnmuicnt of Dotecthu llurnh,
who ileelareil what tho Illlll )l III
bolluvip to lip absolutely true, "ii'uu
tcnlhs nf tho total membership nf Hie
labor body In this country was abso
lutely nut uf sympathy with, and op
posed to, tho coin so of action punned
by llio McNninara brothers."
"They tiro oven Kroater traitors to
tho cause uf humanity than .Itulas Is
carlot or lleneillct Arnnld," pxclnims
Calvin Wyatt, orKanlier of tlio Ameri
can Federation of Iabnr, Bpoaklui; in
his Now York olllco. "They commit
ted tlielr crimes as Individuals. T-ili-or-imlons
iln not fostpr crimps," do
claips Samuel T. I'ouna, ox-spcrolary
of tho Michigan Federutluu of Uibor.
"Tho worst enemy of labor could not
liavo coucclwd of anythliiK worso,"
says Adolpli Ktimmer, president uf tho
Ccntrnl Ijibor Council In Cincinnati;
"tlipsu lueii Bliuiild bo strung up."
Tholr nffonsn iiKiilnBt suclety, says
Frank FarrliiKluu, member of tho lu
tei'iiatlonal Kxccutlvo Hoard of tho
United Mine Workers of America,
editorial writers without being turned
over to the ait critics."
Sho You nro Just like nil men; you
would not admit that you over liiado
n mlulnko to save your life.
lie As If I hadn't ttild you time
nud tlmo again that tho mistake of my
life was In marrying you.
Ilusliirss Man (explaining) When
they say "innney Is easy" they mean
simply that tliu supply Is greater tlmii
His Wire (business! I shouldn't
think such u thing puaalhlo.
' III act as n bi'lgli'tri'iB curse on tho
orKiiuleil labor movement fur many
years to come." "Wo hn,o been badly
buncoed," exclaims Albeit lllbbert, of
Fall lther, Mass., secretary of the
.'nlted Toxtlle Woikers" Union of
America. "Tho fact that wo ikjciirIoii
ally llnd n (lend Incarnate wearing the
bailgo of union labor," remarks J. .1.
.Iuiip), vlcp-ptesltli'itt nf tho California
Federation of Shopmen, "dues not In-
dlento In tho least that organized lab
or 8tands for violence." "John J. Mc-
Nam a I a may bo thankful for getting
off with fifteen yenrs. Ho ought to go
up for life, at least," declares Charles
II. Moyer, president nf tho Western
Fedoiatliin uf Minors, who figured as
a pllnclpal, nnd was acquitted, lit tho
fnuious nnd somewhat similar Moyor
llaywood, I'eltlhuno case. Tu mi In
terview it In Deliver Air. Mnypr goes
on to say nf the ah Angeles case:
"Organized labor wan not nn trial,
but was only defending men who had
declared their Innocpiico to tho world.
If tho Mc.N'ainnras deceived tho groat
family of wafco-workors who bollcved
In their Innocence, then orgnnlrod
labor can not be held responsible."
"If capital punishment were over
justllleil, It wntild bo In this enso," af
firms .luhil Williams, national presi
dent nf the Amalgamated Association
of Iron, Steel, and Tin Winkers an
organization ipilto separate mid dis
tinct from the Structural SIppI nnd
llrhlge Workers' tJnlnn, of which John
J McNamarn wan Kecretary-treasiircr,
liotlt urganlratlons, huvveter, urp nipm
bent nf the Aiiiprlcan Federatluii nf
Uibor. "Traitors to labor" Is mi ep
ithet hurled tit the druthers from In
niimeralilo lnbur-iinlnn sources. Vic
tor llergor. Socialist member "f Con
gress, ilescrlbes tho McXauiarn enn
fosslon as "the grcatpst blow that lifts
pver conip to tho (Inmpprs-Mltclioll
school of unlnnlRiu." Up goes on to
"This school never wnnted lo abol
ish capitalism and to Introduce Social
ism. All the 'pure nnd simpler' wants
Is to add n fow cents lo the win Iters'
wages, mid not hoping much front the
ballot mid Independent political ac
tion, tho desperate character leadlly
turns lo desperate nets.
"This case will leach the pmo mid
Blinplors that tho ballot Is liillultely
more powerful than llio dyiminlto
Mr. Debs goes further tiutl lays
niiali nf tho tettpoiislblllty for tho Me
XumnriiR' crimes specifically nt tho
dour of Biich capitalists ns Cloiieral
Oils nnd tho members nf tho, Mcrr
chants' and Maiiufiicturers' Assncl.r
tlon, "wlin waged with such IIitco hat
led tho war nf oxteimlnatlon upon or
ganized labor." "Violence," says A.
M. Simons, editor of "Tho Coming Na
tion" (Socialist), "Is n logical result
of mi attempt to wage llio class strug
gle without the ballot." Fred D. War
ren, editor or "The Appeal to Hcnson"
(Socialist), asserts that "had tlio Mc-
Nainara biolhem understood tho phil
osophy nf Socialism they would nover
liato l courted lo deeds of violence In
tlio hopo of bcncHtlng" tho oppressed
Tho effect upon Mr. dumpers nnd
tho American Federation uf Uibor Ib
tho subject or much Interesting spec
ulation. "It nipaiis tho end of tho
American Federation uf Iibor, or, at
any rule, a complete revolution with
in the organization, and the Wnterloo
of flonipors," declares Dr. ueorgo it.
Tallin, Socialist Mayor-elect of Sche
nectady. To organised labor ns n
whole, however, ho thinks Unit It will
Prepared milk, no matter
of liow high n. itandard,
la not equal In food value
to fresh milk that Is rich
Milk users In Honolulu can
obtain pure and very rich
fresh milk by ordering
,i 4 tvlll grenlly 'enhance values of real as ,
,'. tate. Why not buy a lot and build
u home before prices rise? '
' '' . '
COLLEGE BILLS LOTS
are stild unsold. Thirty-four choice
lots remain. As we desire to close this
tract at once, prices have not been
raised. You can buy at 20 discount
on' list price. Termsi 1-3 cash, 1-3 in
one year and 1-3 in two yenrc) Interest
0. . '
OUT COULD GET ALONQ
MUST HAVE GARAGE OR
RENT 'AND (iARE OF
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
cAimv a xr.w ydajvs nnnrrr
INll TO VOI'It fihf.nds a.t ska
AND ON THK OTIIHIt IHI-ANDH
ho-"only a tempoinry setback." John
Siuirgo, a member of tho National Hx
ecutivo Cuiiinilttco of tho Socialist
party, denounces (Tonipers mid other
union lenders as "men whoso teach
ings Inevitably lead to tho kind uf
thing to which tho McNumaras have
confessed, however clean their own
hands may bo from crime." Tills view
seems to be shared by District Attor
ney Charles W. Miller of Indianapolis,
whose remark that "nuch ilnstifo' lend
ers ns (inmpcTH must bo retired," 1n
said to have evoRetl an Indignant1 pro
test from llio president of tho Ameri
can Federal Inn,, of Ijibor.
"The Socialist movement of Amer
ica and Its press has not ono word to
let tact from Its defense of Hut' Ml'
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect 8t ....f 2100 00
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 1350.00
Building lot Kalmuk'l 700.00
' Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
House and lot Kalakaua Ave,. 2000.00
Furnished house 8 months from
December 1, 1011 60.00
Unfurnished houwe Menoa Val
ley ,.,. 5000
Young Street 30.00
Kalak'aua Avenue 20.00
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There Is no muro convenient
or economical way to remit
, money or to pay accounts,
bills, dues, assessments, sub
scriptions, etc., tluin by
WELLS FARGO & CO.'S
Niiiunrns 111 the enso which has ter
minated In tlielr plea of guilty," ilu
dales tho Chicago Dally Socialist, bo-
cause "our light bus been one for a
fair trial of labor olllcltils against the
lawless catd of General Otis nnd his
associates and representatives In their
etforts to predetermine the tcrdlct.'
This paper reiterates Its coiidenma
tluti of tlio "kidnaping" of John J. Mc
Nuinara In Indianapolis.
"Let the effect be whnt It may, tho
Socialists wero absolutely right In the
ntnnil Ihey took," nssertB the New
York Call (Socialist), which dcclnre
that "If to-day tllero should bo n sim
ilar" kidnaping on a similar charge,
the Socialists would plunge Into the
light." At tho Rninfi It, It condemns
iinmihliliedly tho crimen committed by
tlio McNamarns In 'the name of labor.
NEW CHURCH FOR KAIMUKI.
A new C.Uhollfi church for Kalnuikl
Is assured and steps Imvo been taken
toward Its construction. The site se
lected Is on Sixth avenue mid cont'
mantis a duo view oflho city.
Father Valentin will ho In chnrg-j
of the new parish. According to
plans now drafted, tho edlflct) win
when completed much resemble Hint
now In servlco at Wulklkl, St. Angus-
ilu chapel, hating been found admir
ably designed ror the tropics.
The Supremo Court decided Hint n
person nr association Is limited to one
coal hind entry In Alaska, the govern
ment thereby winning u sweeping vie
PEMANENT SANITATION PLANS
That tome provision must bo made
In (he near futiiro for tho carrying
t:n tho work of keeping Honolulu In
n siiullnvy condition nrter the mono'
now nppiopilateil by the Territory Is
exhausted, and that part of this mint
lid borne by prlvalo piopcrty owncii,
! Ilia opinion nrrltcd' itt by the clll
7Cns commltico nt the conclusion of
!Ir conference with llio aoternor yes
"Tho conrei'eiipo was a preliminary
fiilo," slated tho Coventor this morn
ing, "In .connection with carrying out
tile sanitation work later. I'lnns such
.is obtaining further extension of fur
lough, for the officers nnd ns to tlio
best methods of procedure. In tho fu
ture ttllh reference to n continuation
of tho moRipillo campaign worn con
sidered. Although during an emerg
ency, so to speak, tho Territory could
appropriate money a lid do a great ileal
ol the work In cleanlug up -private
promlHos, yet under onllnary clrciim-
slnncPH u great deal should ho done
hv, mid nt tho expense of, llio prop
erly owners themselves.
"Tho meeting ytslcrdny w-as n pre
liminary olio to discuss tho best way
or bilnglng this about. There Is mi
pro In spending government money
SINKS TO DEATH
I After nn Illness of hardly n week,
caused by the fall from her horse, Mrs.
Ui'ita Walter, wife of Dr. St, D. O.
Wallers, tiled last night at 9:50 o'clock
at Hie home near Mnklkl Held. Fur
two days past her condition Had been
Mrs. Walters tvus born In Honolulu,
and the news uf her nccblent mid death
Is u groat shock to the many 'friends
slip numbered both here and elsewhere.
She was the dailgbtur of Albst Her
The funeral takes place from Hip
family reslilcncp nt 3 o'clock today.
Tlio stock market was consistently
steady today, with the general buoy
ant tendency of the past few days
1 lalnly dntleenhte, with Waltilua lead
ing tho way. Walalua reached tho
$2u-rnnrk where sho should liavo
Lreh for a long time past, ami llio
stocks nil nliftig llio lino showed tho
It Is announced that Pacific Sugar!
'Mill will pay n dividend of $. u nhaio
in December 30. This plantation Is
getting back on a dividend paying
basis and should continue to baud out
plums fur tho stockholders.
FAMILY DINNER GIVEN
ON BOARD COLORADO
Capt. GUI and Mrs. 0111 wero hosts
at n particularly well-appointed fani
1'y dinner Inst Monday night on hoard
",bo Colorado nt which fourteen ward
room o Ulcers and their wives weru
the guests, Tho ladles prcsont wore
Mrs. (1111, Mrs. Wade, Miss nulkley
mid Mrs. Fiibilque. During tho course
of tho dinner II (teen speeches were
k i T R 1 1 1 1 f nrr roar.
Have the films of the pictures
you took at Christmas developed
nt the ' '
'Ifrpfp Supply Co., .
1912 Art Calendars
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
in coprKY VrintsH
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMINQ CO
17 Hotel Street
SED m GOV. FREAR
to clean temporarily nnd then have
rmiilllliins reVerl lo their former sta
tus. Thai would bo practically throw
ing money nwny mid (ho government
cannot bo 'expected lo tliko c.iio or
trlyn(n 1itmilln0d -!lM Iltlltllf. S(lt1in
l"""v I"- .-n..,-
efficient method must he developed
for Inducing pilvnto owners (t Keep
their premises In proper sanitary con
dlllon." Additional clulms of J2100 for hnn-imn-tree
cutting were turned Into to
riiitmnleii fii'iitbiiiiirtera vnslpl'ilnv hv
Attorney (leorgo S. Curry. This iniiken
dp u totnl of filly received during tho
last fow dnjs. There Is no money
available to pay such claims should
they ho legnl ami the only redress Is
a siieclal appropriation from tho leg
islature. A cnblo wiir sent lo Major Ceneinl
'Murray nsklng Hint tho furlough of
the ROldleis now helping out with tho
campaign bo extended for another
month. Their leave Is up .Intimity I
At tho conclusion uf a geneial Inlk
on finance Dr. McCoy stilted that It
would tnlie $12,000 n month to run
the campaign from this on. Tho mem
bers of the Ptimmltlce decided that
lllp.ownetH of ptopctly should pay fur
the work of fixing and cleaning out
the gutters of their horn'os.
Tho llrst steps wore taken thin
morning In connection with the edu
cation system fur the Hoard of Health
Inrfpectors mapped out by President
I'rntt nnd tile details of which weru
announced In the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
l'rofessor Keller of the College of
Hawaii addressed llio men this morn
ing nnd gave lliein u talk on sewer
age systems and sanltlitlon along Unit
line. Dr. I'rntt also gave them u gen
Tomorrow morning Dr. W. C. llolidy
Is to give the men it talk nn diseases
and their relation to sanitation. On
Saturday morning Attorney (letieriil
I.lnirsuy will explain some or tho
points of law Involved mid tell tho
men Just where they stand In the mut
ter. Tho men nro also to be given ti lit
tle book that Dr. I'rntt has Just pub
lished here on sanitation mid Inter
will be examined In their work. Tlurj,
examinations wilt be writtenoral am J
In tho Held. Those who can pass will
bold tlielr Jobs while tho others will
liavo to step out Into tho cold world
again. In this way It Is hoped that
ii highly elllclent force of men will be
(KOUGI3 lCLMlIH, n Northwest bus
iness man, Jins left after spending his
It. F. CAIUIUDDY, of Atluiila. Ha.,
has returned to his home, after spend
ing some time here.
CAltf, MII.TNF.lt, former leader of
the orchestra of the California Hip
uter, San Francisco, now leader of tho
llljou orchestra, linn been secured by
Ouliii college ns teacher of tha violin
nnd will begin his Hew work next
term, teaching nt I'uiiahou.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Ilitlldlug permits to cover $71.f"r..70
for new work nnd $."7S5 for repairs
wero Issued lit tho olllco uf llullilllig
nnd l'luiiiblng Inspector Mlehlslcln
dining tha llrst twenty-six days of
December, according to tho records ,
on (Ho nt Unit olllco. Fees collected!
up to December "(lilt amounted to
Likely It's a pretty qoocI watch,
too but you surely aren't going
to expect it to run a lifetime
That's unreasonable and you'll
find It costly, too.
Because no watch can go on for
years neglected without wearing
We've a repair department here
waiting to give you 'the best
possible service in keeping your
Timepiece running smooth and
Hand it In and lot us take a look
at It, anyway.
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