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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WE0NE8DAY, FED. 14, 1912.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr, Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
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Tptt i ticlitorletl Rooms,
A man is aways noan-st to his ;kuJ when at home and
faithost tiom it when away. Tit I'otliy Titcontl).
I MR. TAPT JS RIGHT.
In y'vititj its reason sonic weeks atjo (or supporting Mr.
Tait'for renomination, the Bulletin stated its belief that
the President has been absolutely rinht in his policies bear
ing upon American interests in the Pac'fic.
Presiden Taft as further evidence of his good judgment
and good American common sinsc is absolutely right in his
conclusion that tp send a. Commissioner to'Hawaii is. the best
and only practical method of solvng the mix-up growing out'
of the differences between the Governor and the Delegate.
This plan appeals to the men who stop to think it over
and have no other axe to grind than the promotion of the
weltare of the Territory of Hawaii.
All Taft men should stand for the Taft policies.
' Till: FOOL THAT WOULD "KILL KUIHO."
"Kill Kuhio" is in effect the war cry uttered by Thurston's
Advertiser th's morning. And that frenuently-apolonizinti
kanaka-hating organ calls upon the Taft League to do the
job, assuming that "this is presumably what the Taft
League is organized .for," , , ,,
To steef fcjonjcj)Ufs,'6b!lwddn tnti folly of Stephen; De
sha's purponea' letter from the 'Delegate, and the' supVeme
political idiocy of tne utterances of the Aclyert'ser. owned by
Thurston and nwth'd tocknoWeftjc'd or'gan of the Governor,
is a difficult thing to do.
But thatis.the task cut (xuL. for,the level-headed citizens
and right thinking Republicans of the Territory of Hawaii.
The Bulletin is pleased to be able to furn'sh the
statement of the President of. the Taft, , League, which indi
cates that the organization has no Intention whatever of ent
ering up the Advertiser's "Kill Kuhib" game.
It is also tjeaUfied Jg place bafgrothe people of Ihecity the
clear-cut atticfeor-'IfO''enncV'on thc best 'method of
solvng the fighTbetweefUlic Governor and the'Oelegate and
thus clarifying the political atmosphere of Hawaii, which is
fearfully murky at the present time.
Not from a single responsible quarter docs any favorable
icsponse come to the suggestions of the morning paper or
its conclusions as to the relations of the Delegate's fight w'th
the Governor, to tho-welfare-of the Territory of Hawaii for
which the Republican party is i esponsible. In order that
there may be no doubtrof.vwhat those suggestions and con
clusions are we publish the .ed'torial in hill. The title of the
editorial !s "Kuhio Must Be Beaten." Being interpreted it
means "Kill Kuhio." Tltt'tex1! follows:
Tln ntteinplH of IiIh frlcnilH to gl ish mer Knhlo'H Ii.hI breaka In Ills
row with the (iuwuuor urul-try to-miku IL appear, that them lu ktlll some
Limine In patch things "I1. ho tluit K ililn may stay with nr lie hroiiKlit hack
to (lit, party In" Iiiih left. Ih uliout us f ioIIbIi as KiiIiIo'h iciu.irk on I lie situ
Jitloihfffpf.li, Is, tbuQihw JJ'uotlHi fluUkI illsiUHH ihullur )Ji!jIh"h Ilfljl'r
1 U .in or a DcYuucrat Tim oiiii tliliTg' to do iiow Ik lo ii'illy tlioV.uu'c'foiieH
ol tlio, IVn lldi y anil glm KiiIiIii a troinclng at tin- tnnveiilloii on April li
liy electing a solid Taft delegation, of wldili delegation Kuhio will not bo a
iiieiuhpi ' , .'r
Thin l.s picMimulily what iho Taf Lcagile h.ts.bcon otgaiilzod for That
Ih tlutjwoik II Iiiih rut out for Itself, a lit that Ifl tho work It will do, uiilfxa
It princ seriouri linking in sumo of til" eHsentlnhi, Kulilo Iiiih gone too Tar
lion ; for any Immediate Piodlgal Son lcturn Ilo will lu've lo oat the IniskH
of defi.it before .in Iti'pulilluili fulled calf is limned Tor lilui, .mil Hi"
Taft League hIioiiIiI bo leudy to mippb tin- husks
The li oiIith or I Ih' Iti'pnliliian pint) would In' Hhowlng tlioniHolioR wor
. tliy of the worKt KiiIiIii linn said of them IT lliuy allowed IiIk iuuiiIiik con run
lu l'n hi looked willioiit a Kiln iiiimkiiio of iIIki Ipllim Tlu hukui plantuiu
would, wrltn llifiiihihrs down nx ri'ad to nwallow any IiihiiU o(Tt'ri'il, talli
er (lian rc.nl lo ilcfciiil tlicinstdii's from ausault. If tlioy do not nuiko Kulilo
rat IiIh woiiIx ii'kiiiiIIiii,' llii'iu 1 1 Ih Hinti'iui'iit toiitaint'd tho cliuimi that tint
mii;ar mi'ii luilicd I lie w.i lo IiIh idi'i'tlon mid In mull a lliiKiaut iiialilKir
that IiIh Ki'llii'fipi el would not allow lilui to ho aKaln a Iti'puhllcan camlldatn
Tlio pl.mli'i's (auiiot Inoolc thai Inmilt, Hiui'ly, and iiiiIi'hm their Inlluonci) Ih
thrown Milidly iiKnlnst Kuhio now, tliey will i;n mi ii'tord iih plc.idlni; cullty
- to tho Kuhio haiKH
Kuhio hMH ionic out llatly Tor lliu color lino IIIh letter to l)cha Invited
tho latler lo oinaiile hc Hawaiian and parl-lliiwulldn MileiH lu u Kuhio
party iikuIiihI I'n'.ir, tl wiKiir ianti'in and the whlto iiiIimh ThiVrh'liwitu
to ConROHH Hiipini.-ea that ho linHJ)iil lu wIiIhIIii and thu (awall.mH will
coine.lliK'kluii to un lyiiner. wfie(ier tlia( hainier la borno aloft liyfAnlifoid
or an j one cine Kuhlo'H letler hct'ru) -d tho fact llial'ho huppohi'h (lie I la-
I'.lt: Til. II .Mid n Is a lino-fellov.
jl Mlcl;' Ih ho'
I'll I: Ho Ih Indeed (Jie.il rind of
mine. Did V imtlie Imw lieartll) h
bhtvik liaiulH wld mo''
Mlek- I did.
, I'.it: (licat filnd of inlno lip, w.n-
jiT nillsllti wld rliJklut? wan hjind i
N Alrlc: Nn v ,,
l'nl Ho, Kiiiblied bolrf mliainjij -
fltuf fellow grabbed holli iuo"li mils I
Mick1 Veil, I Htipposo he IIioukIii
his 'alcli ami chain. would bo.Haei(
that v.ny. ' ',, '..'.
?t S( Montnt .An
Per Yfti nywhcie lu U M l.tto
rl Yr tiivwhnr u C n1i t.eto
fM Vrar tlM tnttitii ?.
ttiri tl I he fuMnfTu 41 Htmtriilu
FEBRUARY 14, 1912
.tones, nrwlj in.inlfd, was walkln,
luoiiillj nltiliK Mio mad when he met
his fileml lliown
"Will, old rluip, how nrn ou?"
asked the latter, exteiidlUK tlio rli;lit
liaml of fill iii'Hlilp "How do nil llko
'Oh. we are kcHIiik iiIuhb Ah'" io
piled .liiues. "Hut. I say, old mill. I
Rut ,s.iic h a filKhl on my wed line day''
,cYih," slid lliown, "I was awfully
son) lor )ou "
'Shil, have .inn heard ah ml II?'
"No, hut I i,.iw It'"
u nllan volii in IiIh tor wliatcir ho lU'slrox and that llnwiillaiiH liaio no
lileim ol their own and no liiilepi'lulciuc I'iiIohh Tho Ailit'ltixci I.) M'U
Kit "t ly inlxtakt'ii, the llawiillaiiH will show Kulilo that they arc not tied to
(lit1 tall of IiIh kite, to lie whlHked wliereier IiIh erratic courHe may take
It Ih the lahkest Bort of political hpocrlsy tu Htnto that the Kllhlo
I'lear ll;ht could ho put at one Hldo nt thlfl Juncture. The plea preiiipiioscs
an iKiiiirnnru of the truth mi the part of the electorate. Tho tiuth cannot
he hidden, hnwcuT The whole kernel of the political situation lu llawnll
Ih the attack of the Delegate, not on the (Imernor pvrHunall, hut mi the
eilahllHlied liiHtllutliiiis of the Terrllory, the miKiir Industry and all that
dfpelltlH UI0I1 it.
The lluht fiom today on centeiH on the delegation lo lie elected nt (ho
Republican fomenllon on April C. If at that tonvviitlon tin unliiHtructcil
deleK.itlou with Kulilo or DcHha m Lane or Hhlnnle or AtkliiHOU as i meni
her be chosen, then Kulilo has whipped the plantation and the IiuaIdchh In
tel entH tu n Htumlstllt. If, iih will liapiien In all probability, the comen
tlon clectH a deleKiitlon liitriietcd tu xuto for tho retiuiulnatlnn of William
Howard Taft, then Kuhlu will be down and out and the Itcpuhllcali party
will be nble lu the iiiiiiIiik electlotM to Head n rcpresentatUe to CotiKreSM
who will he able to work for Miinull and who will not be wheedled Into
iluiiiK the dirty wink of the Denioer.its while pohIiib iih ii Itcpuhllcali
The Bulletin could think of nothing that would throw
the political controversies of Hawaii into a strictly racial con
test more quickly than for the Tatt League or any other
League to adopt the proposals of the morning paper which
recently fathered the foolish citizens' movement that failed
almost before it started.
We could not imagine a course that would be more adverse
to the ideas of President Taft himself 'n dealing with political
conditions in the islands of the Pacific.
If this plan were adopted by the Governor or given his
tacit support, nothing could better demonstrate bis absolute
unfitness for theofficc he occupies, or make him more im
possible as a working executive in this Territory.
The folly of it is so patently outrageous that no man who
is honestly and intelligently wo;king for the progress of Ha
waii and the development of its citizen population on ration
al Amcr'can lines could lend the program a moment's aid or a
tithe of moral support.
It will find favor only among the vicious and purblind per
sons, wio think we can make headway in this Territory by
nailing .some of our fellow citizens "dog-eating Polynesians,"
and .(Iraw'ng the racial color line.
Those follies must not and they will not prevail in this Ter
ritory. The people of Hawaii have too much at stake in keeping
pace with the march of world
man with an ounce of influence to subscribe to such doc
trines of factional and racial war that waste time and need
lessly delay our advance in prosperous development and the
ngnt Kinu ot Americanism.
Kfank K. .TlinujiWiij tie,ad of the
law, II mi ofiViuUijiiiU)i,Vililer, Wut
koii k l,iniM Mini thin' iliorn'lni; lined
ten liliillura lu I'ollce Court by .Indue
MiillKiil3'tl til la cjlellt. J W KerHh
lieri w'4h! Hiiliteojuftitty "lined olio hiin
ihi'J ilolluitJ:aiiil''f oalH of court.
tioiuphoii, while arRiilUK In defeime
of KerHhtier, chaiKt'd with tho viola
tion of the auto ordinance, used Ian
KlItlKe wllllll lIllKl'lei .IlHljje. .MOllHUI
latiiiud he ordered Thompxon not' tu
UHei the laiiKuaKti iiKiiln ThoinpHoii
tlal)iied tli.il he hail a ilnht to uho the
woisIh, which 'he h.iIII weio within
Jlnlue .MiuiH.irral then called the at
tention of Thompson to the fact that
ho (Thompson) had no IiuhIuchh Id
comment on the Heiiteuio which he
handed down In an iikhiiiiH and bat
tery i use, which wan preiloimly tried
in the 1'ollte Court ThompHou Mt 111
IiihIhIiiI that he had a perfect rlcjit lu
use the lani;iiat;e and that the coint
tould not Htoi him from uhIiik It
when uiiportuiiity presented Itself.
.IuiIko Mousairat then lined Thomp
son ten dollars for contempt of court
anil ordeieil lliown, lepreHentliiK the
proseiutlou, to prcp.uo a inlttliiiiiH In
the Thompson iuho and liuyo It Is
sued, iiiili'Hs; the lino' wiih paid forth
We extend a most cordial
Invitation to all Interested
In pure milk to visit our
depot on Sheridan street.
In tills depot la handled
all the milk distributed by
us, and the visitor can see
In lite extreme cleanliness
here the Idea that we are
enforcing at every contrib
events to permit any sensible
Actnrdlni: to thu record of court
Thompson noted an appeal lu the tauo
and refuued tu pay the line lliown
will liiiirt tlio'mlttliiKiHiliwuud tulfl at
teruooii If Thompson iI'och not come
foi ward mid pay IiIh line.
NEW PRESIDENT IS
GALLED A TRAITOR
(Continued from Page 1)
should he become thu llrst President
"Dr. Sun Vat Sen Ih the llrst IckIH
in.ittt 1'iesldelit of China. It was
IhioiiKh IiIh t'lierns 'and Hjstenlntlc
pl.iunliit; that the rcwilutlnn which re
sulltd III tho iluwnf.ill of the M.inchu
aoierumeiit. wiir hioiiRht ahoul. Alul
II Ih llliel) Unit the lowvrn will In the
near luture lecoulilo tho Itepnhlle of
China wllli Dr. Sun Yul Sen an iih
hi hi I'ri'Hiili'iit.
"I Ihlnk wo should cable to Presi
dent Sun Yul Sen and Dr. Wu Tins
l-'iini! In leipieHt Hie l'uwera lo iccok
nle the I'.epubllc or China, and dlsiu
Itaid Yuan Shlh Kill."
Chun .MiliR, iiiaiiiiKer ur Kwoiir Yu
en HIiik Co.. on KIiib street said. "I
lniMi no fouildfiicc In Yuan Shlh Kid
Ho Ih not n kooi mail It) lie l'lesldent
(if China. He Is always hiIipiiiIiik for
HimethliiK that will bo self-henelclal
Real Estate for Sale
Modirn IIiiukiiIiiiv and half item of
laud. Well liupinved with pi ilitn unit
Il.il ipilu prim for ipiltk sale.
Model n HiiiiKiilow and 10,000 sip ft.
of land lu tin, Maklkl Dlsiikt.
Pi Ice reason. idle
I'.ieh or Instaliiients.
Wiil.ihie ltd and 9lh Ave JUi
Miilloilt Ave HO
Kul iKuuu Ave 'i
Manou Valley f.O
Wilder Ave 40
Kulakait.1 Ave 41,
AVulklLI lleach 40
Lunalllo SI, opp Kewiilo 3.1
Piiliilo Dili nr
Kahalii lleach M
Near Kamehomeha 8clieol w have
number of choice lots for tale nt $450 ?J I
and $S00 each. Thete' wilhho sold on ' ' ''
easy terms. Cull down )D0, balance
on monthly Instalments of $10.
Turnlshed house on Green
Street $45 per month
House at Tregloan Place,
Beretanla Street, near
Alapal Street $25 per month
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
I think Dr. Sun Yat Sen Ih thef vt
man In China tu bo tlio flmt Prom
dent." Chun Mini; Ih prt'sldeut of tho
United Chinese Socleli.
11111 edltui of the Liberty Newn, who
will leau fur Niinkluit, China, In the
Korea un l'ehruary 2ii, Hinted tIil-4
liioinlH; that he believed Dr Sipt Yat
Sen Ih thu best iu.ui to be the llrst
Pieshlenl. Ilo enipli.iRlzeil Iho fact
tmtt Dr. Sun Ih well known Ihniuxli
out thu woild as mi iirn.iiilzer and a
K I out lefoiiner.
On IiIh arrival In Nanking ho will
call on Dr. Sun Yul !iui and lell him
what the local Chinese think of' him
CliaiiK Ch.ui, Chinese court Interpre
ter, said this inoi iiIuk tliat Dr. Sun
Yat Sen Ik I he only nun that will pi
lot tho administration of China lu it
leetloii, Ho admitted the Integrity of
Yuan Shlh Kul but added that he wat
lou ilaiiKeioiiH a iii.ui to be trusted.
Consul Chen Chilli; Ho, when asked
IhioiiKh the leleplione, bud nothing tu
say ahoul Yuan Shlh Kul. He staled
that he had not received any addition
al cablegram this miirnllii; rt'KaidliiM
the reply of tlio I'nv.ern to Yuan Shlh
I iu i h uipioHi lor iiih recognition ui
the first l'lesldent of China. Ho Bald
ETtut enlarge from some of your
f Negatives on pur tiew nuiu
I receives by telephone, up to eleven ev
ery night, messages for your friends
at sea. Ring 1574 and give the mes
tage you want sent.
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Young Hctel Building
fin tiler Hint Kebriinry 1(1 will he the
day when the new llai; of tho Hopuhllc
of China will be hoisted here, accunl-
liiK (o "l'" vvlsli of Yuan Shlh Kal,itwlip.j
iiiiiHU lu iiiv, viuiwse eiiuiniriD .uiiu
ConsulH ahroail jeHterdiiy.
TI)o Uonsiil with IiIh secretary railed
on Governor near this lnoriilni; tu
not Ity hlni of the priiKress Hint Ih he
K made lu China mid iiIku of tho fact
that he had been tipiKilutcd CiiiihiiI pin
tem for Hawaii,
Tim (lovernor stated that thrj visit
wiih mine in chh of an Infiiriiuil one
mill that ho would not lt-liifn .the call
AccnrdltiK Pi iidvlcca received by
(lie Attorney (leueiala iiincv the
Count) of Hawaii has nEiecd to stand
the cost of the coiidenui.itloii for the
The roiidemiiauiin suts will be
drawn 'up hy tho Attorney floneral'H
Depailiueiit, which will also hnndU
iho matter In cuurt fur, tho cuuutry,
but that Is as far as Iho Terrlltny will
now he called on to enter Into the
matter , .'
I'lipiilnr ami (liuul Looking Thr
livening II 11 1 1 e I 1 11.
Li I lis tall J oil of the inhllll-
tiilleH ut Kodaks llh Hpiclal
linse eiillpuieut lllld thu tjrilllex
FORT 8TREET, NEAR HOTEL
IN COI'I.DY PUINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMINO CO
17 Hotel Street
Houne und Lot, Pahnnil I 1,650
lliui"! ntiil Lot, l'ahmia 2,000
llouae and Lot, I'ulama 1,200
House mid Lot, Asylum II mill.. 8,000
HiiHluesn Property, Queen and
llulldlni; Lot, Derelhnla Street.. 35,000
House mid Lot, Dili Ave, Kill-
Iniikl .'.,..., .......',.. 2,630
I Inline nnil Lot, 9th Ave, KhI-
UlilhlllU,' Lois, Kewnlo ,v. 1,000
Huslntns l'ropt-rly, Ktikul Lime. 3.600
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
OF THE WAYS"
rH ' yiio (Tuft League 'held nmcet-
'a. I.,.. . .,ll.. ..'...
,,'h jcn,vi,iny iiiiri iiuijii, t
It wdh nn executive hphIoii,
4- hut, according lu tho sloiv tu-
imper went up mid fried tu gain
"flinnlttanccr He tnfnrineuV 'tho 4-
t League of his mission, but there -
r wan iiullilui; doing. It Heeiued to
peeve tho ioirtor, ruf'lt Is Raid 4-
lie rumbled out Home vicarious
f tlirentH of what wuuld hnppeiu ';)'
"1 su'plioso' this ineaiiH the part-
lug ur the wiih," he Haiti, angrily.
"ir uii plHjHv," was l'r'eHl.lent '
J. 1'. Cooku'u rejoinder, and now
f tho morning piper Ih scratching
ItH head woiidcrliig If the League
could by any posHlhllliy not con
f filler what the "parting or tho
vvayH" would mean for anyone
liom whose ways the paier part-
f i'il. ur wlm parted from tho pa-
per'H wnyH. 4.
CAUSES jiflUClH DISEKSfij
A hunt Miiuuich Troubles and
Hon tu Itllli'le Them.
i "; "'-
l)i not heglect Indlgestloti vvhlcti timV
li.lilllu nil ts or l)s uml conipllca
tloini All eminent physician once said
Unit ninety-live per lent of all the Ills
of tile human body liuvi; their origin In
.1 iliitiirdired stimuli h,
)uc expirlince villi HcjciillXHpeicw
sl.i Tubleta K'lids us to believe them
fft be aiming the most ilTpeniiaiTl" reiTi "" '
idleH know 11 for the relief of Indiges
tion mid thrunlf ibspepflii .Thejr. In
greilleulH urn soothing unit lie Jl Inn to
the llitl.uuid nieniiiruiieH o?Iia tmn.
nib. T'fiey lire rlth In iptpsln, '41110 in
ilds knovVn . tjA
h'ey ufforiV "n
9 wltli persist'-
the gnnl(st illgetle'al
niedlulne; The relief they
viry prompt Their use
encv mid regularity for a short time
It nils to bring about a cessation of the
pains caused by stomach disorders
Hexnll Dyspepsia Tablets help to in
sure healthy appetite, to aid digestion,
and thus promote, nutrition Ah evi
dence of our sincere faith lu Ilex.ill
Dvspepsl.i TalilitH, we ask )ou tu try
them at our risk If they do not give
Jon entire satlsructlon. we will return
)ou the money )ou paid iih tor them,
without iiuesliou or formality They
couio in three slj'H, prices ii cents, r.O
cuits, mid 11.00 j netnenriivotiii cull
obtain them only ut our store The
Itexull Store llenson, Smith & Co,
Lid, Tort and Hotel striets.
Ivan L TI1011111H, rnshlrr of theBouth
Lima, (, binnili of Jhe Lima Trust
Company, committed suicide by shoot.
Ing himself through the heart
the repairing of fine jewelry with
valuable stones to Inexperienced
Our Jewelers are men of many
Your fine rings, etc., are safe
in our hands.