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rVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., FRIDAY, FED. 9, 1912.
E v e n i ng Bull etjln
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
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.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
UVIIMXHiujIIin WIU3KI.V HUI.I.miN
"n Wtnitli vitwhcrtln US ,7 j ftr Sli Monlfi ,rti
et unn n,heit'ti US J.im I r Vtai inyniwic In U S .. .. I.oo
In Vni.iiiheinl'S H I Pel Vmr JUiywht u Cinidl I.Ho
I'riWii -i aid urtit,, IJ..M. I Prl Vtar isaitiaM. hntltn . . 3. '
'p4fS I liUltoritii Rooms,
i CSM. ) i3U,,jness Office,
No fiovciiiiii'iit is lesponsiljlo which is nut jut. --Wobstft.
HELPING OUR TOWN.
Our town is a pretty good one. All that's needed is more
enthusiasm and cooperation among average citizens to make
it more nearly the Model City of the Pacific.
And this immediately brings to mind the tourist crop to
which President Waldron of the Commercial Club called ap
propriate attention in his remarks at the noon-day lunch.
Every sentiment expressed by Mr. Waldron in this connec
t'on rings true. At the very lowest estimate the tourist crop
is wortli nine millions of dollars a year to Honolulu at the
present time. That value can be doubled in a year with an
increased expenditure in advertising coupled with a vigorous
hotisc-clearrncj policy at home. The two go together.
Honolulu must be the Model Town of the Pacific as a san
itary center if the investments in the tourist crop are to be
rated as stable investments, and no competent excuse exists
for Honolulu being other than non-infectible territory. One
million dollars spent on such work in one year will return one
hundred per cent w thin twelve months.
So, why not tackle the proposition of making our town the
Model City of the Pacific with the same practical business
sense that is applied to the industrial enterprises with which
the community has struggled and won.
THE THIRD PARTY FOLLY.
The B u 1 1 c t in s assured that the so-called Citizen's
Party movement proposed for the coming campaign is about
to be sprung on the public in a definite form.
Far be it from the Bulletin to attempt to check any
man from taking a live interest in polit'cs, which is in the
final analysis government. But we do beg of the average
citizen in this municipality to use average, common, horse
sense in his political activit es.
Never was there a time in the history of Honolulu when an
independent citizens' movement creating a third party in the
mimic pal field could do more harm and accomplish less for
the common good.
If the gentlemen behind the third party want to do some
thing worth while, let them get into the party primaries. Let
them get the lists of names with which the others are work
ing. Let them see the people. Let them become pract'eal
politicians in the sense of sitting up a few nights as the
other workers have to do, and do the sitt'ng up and the
studying before the primaries and before the conventions.
Let the real leaders accept candidacy for office and cease to
put up dummies.
Were the law such that the municipal elections were held
at a different date from the legislative and Congressional
election, the situation would be quite different.
A third party movement at this time means confusion
worse confounded in the midst of political conditions never
more badly mixed and at the opening of a period when Ha
waii as a Tertory and Honolulu as a municipality never had
more important work to do. The third party will be utterly
impractical because it is a useless waste of energy and
therefore a foregone assurance of political inefficiency. It
promotes division when unity is needed.
. Those deepest in the third party folly are the ones who
have declared that politics in Honolulu is after all "a matter
of money." We beg to suggest that the future will d'scover
these same people striving to BUY UP the workers for their
side, instead of getting out and doing work themselves.
Follow the Roosevelt plan and "never be a deserter "
If opportunity is sought by the third party men for prac
tical political results following lots of work, the Bulletin
will volunteer to direct them in lines of activity where they
wi be sure ot hoodies of both work and results by operatinn
within the regular parties. But it will be work; not easv
chair cigarette polit'cs.
'I saw a miiRhian turn iici In! ion
'ft.", milk last nlslit."
Ik h an in iuli tan
p bo's a milkman."
'Can I see )ou np.ut loi a inn- U1V tio faith that uioies nuiun-
inent?" "Von mean alone, dou i wui" tains. ho docl.mil. 'I wish his who
"i:uelly. I want a Innn of a nu'i 'eomplnhit'il, ")ou had Ihe laltli that
woultl luoie the ashes out of (ho
"My! Hon I am IosIiir my mom-basement."
meiert M lh ro4tntt.ee at llnnoulu
FEBRUARY 9, 1912
Then- .lie ilnee HiIiick i .ilu.nu
linnet iiaine- dales, and 1 i.in I iu-
iill what the oihei one is'
Mure hnrso-dinwn floats for tho
I'M:' 1liii.il t'aiade Ih the call Hint
Ii.ib wine forth fiom the Ihials com
nilltce, headed h. c'littlrm.in Charles
H. I'laider. Cliultnimi li nzlat Is mil
In In (Nik reninls In the llimtxliiie, iiml
lip 18 uorkhiR nlRht mill iln to Ret
the co-oictiitliin of lornl business
houses, Intproioincnt clubs mill other
organizations to make Hi Ik fe.ilini' a
"It's roIiir to lie a flno section If
we ran mil) net Home mole Heats In
line' said Chnlimnii l'mrlci todai "I
inn cr. anxious to lime sonic loliin
leers conic fiirniitil, nml will be plail
to put 111) self at their senile to help
thorn, so that there will ho no bother
RetthiR the float te.iily.
'The committee cannot leach cicry-
l"uv. null i ii-ei nun u i up 10 iinuo-
linn now to snow what can he dune In
the HontH line "
Ti unices or Oaliu College met )es
tenlai mill leeched the Rift of the
C M Cooke Art (lulleri which was
forinall) turneil out lo the College
h.v C. M. Cooke. Mil. The miller)- Is
Bhen outright to the. chIIcro while the
collection of sixteen notable palntliiRi
is lo.ined, the loan belliR practically a
The R.illei) Is open to lsltois eiery
il.i) In the week except Siind.n ami
all me ronllall) lnlteil to lslt It.
Wmk Is piiiricssIiir on the new
Rlrls ilormltoi), and a lepmt is ex
pected fiom the builders thl week.
The ti listers tians.icted some routine
business icstenlni the main object
of ihe incetliiR belliR tho reception of
the Cooke Rift
ALL SERENE AT
Mr .1 XI Dimsctt us oxouttlic of
llur of the board of trusties of the
Kl'l"l.uil Miilmilt) Hume stud's that
linn- Is all. . hid l no riiiinil.itliui fur
am rum us nf a sliaKe-iin miuuti: the
nurses of that Institution Tluro Is no
illlllculli of any iliniuitir In the innii
iiKiiutut. nml she knows of no offer
It.iiliiK been in. iile to Miss laxtir of the
.Saiinlnrliiui In act ilurlnu the iihstmc
on wiiutinn of Head N'nrse Miss line
Some Ihel) deh.ile Is expelled to.
iiIrIiI .it I lie meeting or tho Public
(Juestlons Club to he held at tho
home of Clitiill .IiiiIro Whllne). Tho
'liiestlou for discussion tonlcht will be
iihiii Ihe lehitlnns of llio chinch and
the social state, ami Hcciclar) Paul
Supei of llio V M. C A. will lead off
with the ipicHtlou as to wh) the
chiiiih Is Just l.itel) taklUK up prcss
IliR soeloloKlc.ll ipiefltlous.
rollowliiK the iixctliiK of the lln.ml
of Health ) it nlii) afterniHiii, the
mi'iiibtrs traiuped or lo Inspect a
stable iiiakai of IJiiicii street Ik'IoiieIiik
to Manuel Itels. The Hour was foiinil
to be totting away and III il.uiKcr of
fullliiK IIuiiiikIi at mi) time, mid un
ilernentli It Is a pool of stiiRnnnt water
and mink a foot or two In di pth In
speilorM bale found iuoiiilto lariao
Wo extend a most cordial
Invitation to all interested
In pure milk to visit our
depot on Sheridan street
In this depot is handled
all the milk distributed by
us, and the visitor can see
In the extreme cleanliness
here the Idea that we are
enforcing at every contrib
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i'lJjijii. i& "LtftA a jt j ji iit ji 1 1 1 s jZiii ,i-J;i' MitiS.ii. iinJrJfisSiftL JVtiflV'MiM i-tTmHltBtWtftilumiliiliii A Jftli.t1.Vi J
hoy scon St
Scout musters a iimi.iI: Chaiuhrr
of Ciimmircc! siilijnt "SlirrlurK
llnlmciNin" ir Ohcriutlin nml He
iliirlluii. Taper h) .1. I. Wilder.
TO HOLD COURT
I'resldtut and (bncral Mun.iRir J.
A Kenned) of tin Intel Island Steam
.N'uilKiitlon Cuiiipuii) iiuiies fnrwaril
with tlti" iiiinoiiiiiemi nt this uiiuniiiK
that another of the popular excursions
lo tli' Island of Hawaii and the shrine
of Madame I le bus In en arrmiKcd
The IhiKShlp or the Intir-lsbind lle I,
the trim and loutimulliiux Manna Kea.
Mill lie dlspatibed on this oiyaslon
She will sail for llllo at 4 o'llnik on
the afternoon of Trlila), IVIiruury 'it.
arihliiKiit llllo eiirh Saturd.i) uiorn
Iiik Hrru it spolal tlulli will be In
wnltliiK for the exiurslonlts. nml the
party will soon lllnl tbemselM s at the
miiiintiiin slope, tin re to complete the
Joiirne) to the Volcano House by mi
touiolilles A stay at Hie inlcano from S.itlllilay
mornliiR to Simdav iiftirnooti Is per
tuitliil. as the Manna Ken will not be
dlipiililied on the return trip until lain
Kiindai afternoon The steamer, with
hti diliKliteil cMiirsiitulitH. should nr-
liie at Honolulu at an early hour on
Tlie trip Is nrrmiKiil at an nxtreme-
1 low rato and one similar to that
ninth ulun two steaiuerlouils of trav-
lers ilsltid the nutural wonder soma
weiks jiko The rate Intitules all ex
penses attathcil to Ihe trip and coiera
the stu) at tlie A'olialio House,
NEW INVESTMENT COMPANY.
The Mutual Iiiiestmeut Company Is
tlie nam" of a in w tlnunelal eoriniru-
tliui Just oritniiliil Tlie list of ulll
ms and dim tors Is:
I) r IE IsenbirR, prcsldi nt; II 1".
Wlibm.in ili e-pitsiili'iit; J II I'lsher,
tmiHUMis J r. Sola r, suretai), 1
i: Tlionii nttnrney; ami iiildltliuuil
dlieitms liiilml.. J A Kenned), O ('
Swain, .1 I' Cooke mill I Abies
rile I'Oinpiilil stalls oir llltll $111.0011
capital sli.i U $1 per share Coloiul J
II I'lsber Tuiltiiri.il auditor, Is pro
molir or Hi' innipany
I'lcd Kllei n Kaiila Ci iir. Cal., ie
eolied woni that ho hud been left
$in,oim In Loin KoiikIi, a wealth) Chi
nese, whom lie s.iiod from diownlni;
soi ei al )enis nun. Ieni fell fiom a
RaiiR-plauk and KUfr leaped Into tho
h.i) mid leseueil lilni.
HOieml p.issenceis woio hurt mid a
An exploits messeiiRoi was killeil
b.iKRaKe cm was huincil after tho do-
lallment of ti.ilu No 1 soientecn mllok
west of .McMillan Miss.
Motlirn liuiiKulnw anil half acre of
In ml. Will Itupioiiil with plants and
llmualn pike for quick sale.
Minimi HiiiiKalow nml 10,000 st, rt.
of hind In the Maklkl UlxtilU
Cash or instalments,
Wnlilae ltd ami 9th Aio $1S
Mutloik Ave .in
Kalaktiua Ale '.Ml
Manna Valley CO
Wilder Ale 40
Kalakaua Ale 4,1
Wulklkl lleaih 40
I.unallhi Ht , opp Kewalo 23
1'alolo Hill IIS
Kubula Ileal li b5
Nine Acres Land
Mellow, level land) rich coll. no stones)
water at hand. Is surrounded by rap
Idlygrowlnn suburbs at Kalmukl,
Ocean View, Waialae Heights, Palolo
Hill. Is also suitable for residential
lots. This Is an Ideal spot for truck
farming from the standpoint of both
soli and location. Price is tow.
Furnished house on Green
Street $45 per month
House at Tregloan Place,
Beretania Street, noar
Alapal Street... $25 per month
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
up ltlier stri'it last ulRht
lr tlie ollliers or the law
wire after him, strlkhiR Mrs. Hull Ahl.t
In the race without any pioiocathm
wliateier, then siuiisIiIur the whitlows
or Jupauese stores on Illier strict and
llnally Jumpini; Into the Xuuaiiu sliiam
in u tlespi rate suicidal attempt. Is the
brief rtcord' of William ltobson, an
ex-soldier, who is now locked up ut
the police station
Tlie man was ionie)ed to the hnspl.
till Tor treatment. nMir whlih lie was
turned oicr to tlie polkn autlioi Itles
for InvestlKiitlon lie will be eharRed
brouKht Ik fore Jutleo Monsarrut
ET us enlarge from some of your
Negatives on our
receives by telephone, up to eleven ev
ery night, messages fop your friends
at sea. Ring 1574 and give the mes
sago you want sent.
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bishop Street Young Hotel Building
DR. EARLE WILL
l)r IMiiartl Halle, tlie noted spiritual
ist in this ill), slatul llils nrtiinooii
that be will IiiIiir suit n mi I net the Ad
ertlsir nml I'nlted Mliites DlstriitAl
lorne) llretkoiis for $10,000 ilaniascs,
i harRliiR tlieiii with ilt ruuiatioii or
(liaiaitir lie stated tlial Doiithltt Is
his iittormi nml Hint lie would Insti
tute Hie suit lotuiiiiow iiioriihiK. It Is
tlie outcome or tlie meetliiR last nlKlit.
irnltitl Slates lllstrlet Attmney
llieckons liiseitetl somethlliR not on
the pioKium in tho spllllualistlc meet
ItiR of Diilc. the Ps)chlc. last nlRlit
at ino intiors plnco of business on
KIiiiiii btieet. Mr llieckons attomled
tlio nieetliiR as a spectator, but soior
al times Intel lupted tliu iioceedliiRs
anil eiuletl bv denouucliiR tliu ps)ihlc
mitl offciliiK tn hot a li lied dollars
that ho could Ret tho s.inio spiritual
l'lioni) Dails was tills iiioruliiR sin
leiiicd lo one ) ear's Imprisonment b)
JiiiIko Dole hi toiineitliui with llioitr
ilkt iiKiilust him for siiiiirrIIiir rIii
aslioio fiom tin, mIiI,, Alcxiindir Iscn-
Iiiir Tlie matlii lame up lor IteailiiR
ill tlie rubral Court
I.it iik tdl m di tliu nilvitu-
tiiKt-K c-f KimIhKh with nMtInI
Ulisc (MiiliitiH nt mill tin (lialtcx
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
in copi.i:y I'niNTa
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMINO CO
17 Hotel Street
TO BE CHANGED
I'lmm for tho new I'oliiikalim school
will he tcilscd mill the contiuct ic.ul
citlsed, iiceoitlliiR to the decision of
tho OiiIiii Innii fimj comuilsslon.
When hltls for the school consliue
llon weio enlli'tl on I'ebrii.uy .1, then'
was not a tender fiom local contiact
tus. alt of whom declared that tho
school on the plans ami specification!
submitted could not ho built for $10.
000, llio mini appropriated. So Aiclil
lect II 1. Kerr will rcilso the plans,
and It Is piohablc that the new plant
will call for an eight-room school
house. It Is hcllcictl this can he fin
ished by the opcnliiR of tho next
Tlie commission has rIriii'iI the con
tract with Conductor A. I'. McDon
ald for the l.llluokalmil school, with
the I.oril-YoiiiiR IIiiRlnoerlnK Coin
pan) for the second bell-ioad section,
ami wMh the O It. ft I,, for mck-haul-
Iiir for this ro.nl work The conti.ict-
iii 8 hale not lot siRiied nor Hied tho
bonds but will do so at once.
STONE IN KIDNEY
An lutuistliiR tase was Hint of Mi,
II. I.. MePtirr-", a nieiulier of tlie llrm
or II C. Uo Wnlfu .; Co, or the Crotkir
HiillillnR, San lYiinelsin
Tile iiise was purylliiR There was
puln In Ihe kidney with a sbowiiiR of
blotid I'xamlniitloii by seieu pliysi
elans print il that the blond was from
the kldueis and It Mas tlie opinion or
all that there was a stone cultliiR tlie
kldne)s, as tlie least exercise caused u
sliowitiR oT blond,
1'our X-Huy plitures nero taken,
time or tlieni sIiowIiir it stone hair an
Inch In illmiictrT. To be icrtaln that
it was a stone that cast the shadow,
a simitar stone about tile same sln
taken from a pntlcut wus put itiulir
him for ioniiiirsnn both stones slum -Iiik
on tlie plate
An operation wus about deilded upon
whin Pultun's rtinnl Coiiipound was
reuniiinended to Mr McDulTie lie
feared tlie knife ami Kaie it a til.tl
Within ten weeks the blood and pilu
lint! leased and In six months be inn
sblei'ul hhnstir will.
We i,lo hale a thno-p.iRc li tltr rroin
an ohl-sthool pliinlc Ian, a lecturer In
one or the Sail Cialitlsio Mullcnl I'ul
ieKcs. t merlin; n similar ease of stone
In tlie kldno). An operation su mnl
He presirlbed l'lilton's llcnnl Com
pound upon the llnnry that us it mis
RctthiR results In XiphrltU It oiiRbt to
lime some UTeit tn reduce the Inll.iin
iniitlon and cxiesslie uric at Id tint
atttuds Caltulus He was so surprlsi d
to Rlt II uuupllto ri colli)' Hint lie
tlioiiKht a riniril otiiiht to lie made or
It ami Rale us the letter uboio re
fit red to
l'lilton's Itennl ('ompottiul seems to
bale about Ibe same iHruntace or i r
llcleney In stone In the kidney thai It
lias shown In ItrlKlit's Disease
I'or rue literature, addiess tlie John
I riiltoii I'o, San rialidsui, I'ul
rilltnu's lleiiai roiupouud lau he
Itail at all driiKKlsts'
Wo desire to ndilsn iiltb emi ni-
tlent wlio Is not iintliiR Ibe usual ra
Mirubln results b) the llilnl mil,
.lames 1'lx, a Cooiulis can)on (Oie
roii) imichor, claims llio sniike-kllllni:
ehiiniplonslilp or the Culled Slates in
Ihe lesult or a niio din's ciiisnle, In
whlcli he shuiRlituioil 27.1 i.itlleis
Tho Itev Wllllani llubeits a 1'ies
iDleilau pastor at lion Mountain,
Mich, lias icieiieil a letter fiom 11
niembei of "lilnek limiil" society
IhieateiiliiR him with ileatli unless hu
cease his piosicutlon iiRalnst salooii
the repairing of fine jewelry with
valuable stones to Inoxpenenccd
Our Jewelers are men of many
Your fine rings, etc., are safe
in our bands.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
I LEADING JEWELER8
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