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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, FED. 20, 1912.
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FEBRUARY 20, 1912
Ohe tiling is clear to me, that no indulgence of passion de
jtroys the spiritual nature so much as icspectable selfish
ness", Geoip,e Macclonnlcl.
HONEST MEN AND A FAIR DEAL.
What the political situation needs today is MEN of hon
esty of purpose in place of blatant money power trying to
domineer by alternate threats and cajolery.
There is mighty little difference between buying a man
with cold casli and offering him a position at so much per if
he will be a good dog and roll over when he is told. And it Is
not surprising that activities along these lines can be graced
to the political camp whose mouthpiece has openly declared
that polit cs in Honolulu is after all a matter of money.
The situation now as ever calls for MEN, men who will
give their time and thought to the problems about them; who
will forget to become disgusted when all of their views are
not accented: men who can give and take: men who are
neither haole haters nor kanaka haters; men who are just
plain hard-working Americans anx ous to see a square deal
and gain progress for Honolulu and Hawaii.
- And while deliberating on this situation bear constantly in
mind that it is one thing to sit off at a distance d:scoursing
wisely and quite another to get in and do things yourself.
Political harmony in the dominant party is of the utmost
importance. 'It can be secured throunh the exercise of an
average measure of common sense and honorable dealing.
But the "Kill Kuhio" game will not accomplish the purpose.
The' Hill let In Mils the Floral
Parade welcome to Alakea street.
This we:itlier Is all rlKlit Only the
'I peapld ar crazy oer slotks anil poI
Senator (.'handler of New. Hampshire
He makes sort of a Hip Vim Winkle
suiuaUlon, und- Wo doubt If lie. will
huo much more Influence.
Tourists arrlWni; liy Hie morning
Lout have lie.ml (if liquid sunshine.
Tills la It. , .
If rain spoils ynur plans think, o
wlint It means to the sugar plantation!
and tno nineties.
B No friend of Honolulu wishes foi
gnu'ruiueut by Coimuhislnu coining ui
n result of the people of the clty'-be
IliK unable to goieru themselves.
Thin Is the year that the route ol
the Klorul Parade goes up Alakea
street. Just to show you the treiu
of the real progress of the lowu.
Harmony purchased nt the cost
of political righteousness Is too
dear for any party. Advertiser.
Since when has tho origin of the
Dutll's partner been an authority on
' Honolulu's new Mtnon steumer wll
ho nope too toon to take care of tht.
(Increasing passenger tratllc ' to and
ffrom this port the year around pro
. vhled tho city of Honolulu Is kepi
So It appears that the real dlfllculty
m some quarters Is that the Delegate
lesltates to be placed 111 the position
if wishing to dictate to the party. One
un't help hut feel that there Is much
egnrd for the people 111 this position.
These days of talking and delays
tiid coufeienres and so forth make it
ertalu that there wilt bo no mistake
nude In cinching up the Hawaii del-
gulluii to the Hepubllcan National
onventloii for Taft. TIiIb Territory
aiinnt afford to take chances on
Jumping u friend whether It U cus
'omiiry lii'l'olltlcH of tho l'aclllc to do
to or not.
DECORATED AUTO SECTION
' (Continued from Pfle 1)
starts tu be considered, It Is hoped
that those tuurlsta who nro among
tho late nrrlvnls mid who wish to en
ter will notify Mrs. Dowsett. or Floral
Parade headquarters In tho Hawaii
Promotion Committee rooms at once.
Classification blanks tor those en-
teiing" the parade In any section are
now obtainable on application at Pa-
ado headquarters. The rules for tho
parade are published In another col
umn. The correct list of entries to dato In
the deeoruteu-auto section, as report
ed at the committee meeting this
morning, Is ns follows:
Kllohana Art Ic'aguo, Free Kinder-
gar.ten and Children's Aid Society, the
llnllfiil States Navy, von llanim
Yoiiug Co., Volcano Stables, Sclmman
Cnrilago Co., J. I.. McLean, K K.
Iliiruluini, Mm)so Ixxli;e, V, II. Mc-
lueruy, A. .1. Campbell, Mrs, Hyde-
Hiulth, Walter DilllUKham, Healaiil
lloat flub, Mrs. Tlmbcrlako, I.. U.
.MeCnndless. John Walker, J, M. Dow
sett, C. P. Morse, D. Nott, Mrs. C. J.
.McCailhy, Myrtlo Uoat Club, Norman
Courloniiy, Wfchman & Co., Ltd., II.
!'. Wlchman, George Davles, Mr.
Hunt. Mrs. Weighty, II. F. Uwls, T
.1 King Geo. p. Deiilcon, (leorgo Yn
maila. Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Associated
flarage, Mrs. H. W. Shingle, B. p.
Dlshop, George Carter, Mrs. Walter
Macfarluuo, Airs. James Jaeger, W. O.
Ashlej-, W. U. Adams, Dr. O. E. Wall,
Miss A. llustace. Mrs. St. C. Sayres,
Mrs. K. li. Hodge, A. H. Dondcro Dr,
A. C. Wall, J. It. Onlt, C A. Stan
ton, Kalmukl, and Chlneso Society.
FORMATION ORDER AND
RULES NOW COMPLETE
(Continued from Pag 1)
Hon on Cwa side of Archives build-lug.
fliounie.1 uand Hntor by Hotel
niieei niiu assigned lsltlou within
Rfounds by aides.
Other features to ha assigned by
The above, formation and orders
wero decided upon yesterday nftei
noon at a meeting nt 4 o'clock In Flor
nl Parade headquarters, when Mar
shal A. Mi Urowii and Director Clcner
al Wall of tho 1112 Floral I'nrndo
worked out the final details of ar
rangement. Only ono foof-fcatiiro Is Included,
that being the Hawaiian Hand, which
will march In the parado to Thomas'
Square. The band will serve the very
good purpose of setting an iidequutn
pace for the entire procession,
Marshal Urown and Director Wall
further decided upon the rules for nu-
tos entering Alexander Field and Oa-
hu College grounds. Only nulos nom
ine the special tickets will ,be allowed
to enter Alexander Field Itself. They
will 'occupy tho space set apart for
them on the upper drlvewny. All uu
tos holding tickets entor by the Ma
nou mad cate. onnoslle Hwuiizy's. Aif-
tos without tlc'-ets may bo parked In
the Piiuahou Krounds. and as there Is
no admission chasged to Alexander
Flold. except to nutoA tboso without
tlckelH can leave their cars outside
and enter. All cars without tickets.
enter tho Piiuahou grounds nt the Wll
der avenue and Puliation street en
During Change of Life How i
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound Made
Her a' Well Woman.
Natlck, Miss'.. "I ca'nnot express
what I went through during the. change
o( life.before I tried
Lydia 'E. Pinkham's
pound. I was In such
a nervous condition
I could not keep still.
My limbs were cold,
I had creepy sensa
tions, and I could not
sleep nights. I .was
finally told by two
physicians that I also
had a tumor. I read
one day Of the wonderful cures made by
Lydla E. Pinkham's .Vegetable Com
pound aid decided to try it, and it has
made me a well woman; My neighbors
and friends declare It has worked a mir
acle M hie. Lydia E. Pinkham('s Vege
table Compound Is worth its weight in
gold for women during this pcrodof life.
If It will help others you may publish my
letter "Mr V.IBjfJMnM SWERT P. UFA.
TON, No. 1 Jeffeisori Sfc'KNntlck, Mass.
Change of LlfeJIs one'of the most
critical perioda'of 'a 'wdman's existence.
Worrien everywKer3'Would remember
that there Is no .other jvtnedy known to
so successfully Varry 'women through
this tryl ng period isLydlaE. I'inklium's
If yon want s'pecisl adrico write to
r.rdla . l'lukham Medlcluo Co. (coull
dcntlal) Lynn, Mass. Your letter lrlll
be opened, read and answered by a
woman, and held In strict coulldeucc.
Real Estate Values Rising
r. t .
Conditions Indlcat tht 'within a ihort
tim rtal .estate will Le' of grestar
vslbo. To put dlf tho tlmo of buying
meant that ou will have to pay more
money, Save by buying now.
LOT8 AT..r.., -..h'J
10c and 12c 8Q. tT.
2. COLLEGE HILL8 LOTS AT.....!.
3. LOT8 NEAR SHERIDAN STREET $850
4. DUNQALOW AND 6 1-3 ACRE8, MANOA $6000
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Ilouxe nnd Lot, Talnma t I.
Ilousi ami It, Palama 2.000
House and Lot, I'alama 1,200
House and It,; Asylum Ilonii.. 3,000
Huslneits Property, Queen and
llulldlng l.ut, Uerctnnln Street,. 35,000
!louxe nnd Lot, 9th Ave, Kol- '
intiki ..' z.e:o
IIoush nnd Lot, 9th Ave, Kal
mukl ...,j. .'.;.. 2.650
lluli'ding I.ols,-Kewulo'..JA.... 1,000
IIusIiiphr Property, Kukul Jjine, 3,60
Guardian Trust Co.. Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
HARBOR TO Bfe
SCENE OF GAIETY
Just keep cool for a while. Day
3,v, after tomorrow Is Kloral Parade day
and wo ale supposed to lelebrato to
the tune of "I'lrst In peace, llrat in
Jwar, first In the beat Is uf his country-
(Continued from Fafl 1)
inlttent bursts of sunshine cliccrfil ev
KverythltiR Is complete .for tonight
and ho many tickets were demanded
after the regular seats were' Mild that
Dlreetur Wall decided to nut u 1mrK
near Alnkei( dock to take cure of the
A httth wind and the fact that work
men wero still busy on the stage, tlftht
lug nnd scaling ntrutiKoiueuts m Ala
ken dock made necessary un eleventh
hour change In the final rehearsal. He
luctantly Director Cuiihn, Stage Mau
(ger Dougherty and Assistant .Mana
ger Dou'hltt decided that the last re
hearsal would have to he held Indoors,
and so the ciowd was taken up to the
big Klks' hall and the Una) rehearsal
The Mohican has been deorated
with rod. white and blue lights from
stem to stern, every mast and spar
picked out in tho vnri-colored glowing
bulbs,, nnd the ship.fs lavishly decor
nteil. iTho seats are built In a Bloplng
bank on the harbor' end of Alakea
dock, with :ii moderate pilch, and tho
ftuiiil Is fu constructed that the pro
cession of boats in tb.e water carnival
can bo seenas well as tho'.stage, in
ooarrt tne .Moiiicau.
Will V.. Young, chairman cf tho wa
ter carnival coiumltlec, secured yes
torday afternoon a lint of the entries
for tho procession. Some entries will
probably not he mado until tonight,
hut Ihose r.o fur enterod nro us fol-
Hawnllnii Dredging Company, launch
Helen; CJilneso Athletic Club, tho
Wnterwltch; Healaiil Hunt Club, two
floats; Myrtle lloat Club, two floats:
Outrigger Club, Kaiuchnnielm Society,
Hill Nalu, canoes; Honolulu Yacht
Club entries. Thu Clarcmont by M.
Rolte, Ccorgo Washington by S. Hush,
a Klro at Sea by W. I.ylc, a Whale by
K. Friday. WlK'less by C. Crozler, U.
S. King by G. Cassldy; W. K. Young,
Kllnuea, the Navy, 'tlueo barges; tho
Thetis, n float.
Tho .liumlicr of Japanese flslilng
Bamiuins that will he entered Is prol
lemntlcnl;. hut probably thirty will bo
In line. The;procefiiloi of boats Is to
Furnlehed houie on Qreen
Street...., $45 per month
House at Tregloan Place,
Beretanla 8treet, near
Atapal Street... $25 per month
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL 8TREET
ET us enlarge from some of your
f .Negatives on our 'new ROTO
receives by telephone, up to eleven ev
ery night, messages for your friends
at sea. Ring 1574 and give the mea
j sage you want sent.
The wpather man has arranged a
.'.Blight shower on the motnlng of Flor
al Parade Day, to lay the dust. Mil-
lowed by bri-cru and sunshine to nmki
things I'omfortnblu fur the reinaludei
of the day..
(Hrwdnl llul let In Wlreliiw.)
IIII.O, Kfli. 19 -IjisI Saturday night
i Kiillor from n rrulwr ffll twenty feet
roui the eiltse of the cruter. Ho lacer-
ited his face and bunds, but will re-
"Pnr Hint tin, ltknilnrd .tiioW tlu, lreitl
M In Israel, lllehs yn the Unil." Appl
h this to Hawaii us' WlllluiiiWcntUo 1:
tecent article has applleil It to (all
ifoinla and you get what Ilanawakl
$ ,wouli call "What It Is, li it?"
4T. : ' :. h " fi 3T i
Ivl. Thin lniiHt bo n liitifht v evrlttnL'
u - -- ......w r
campalgn period If It liVIhgs to lift
ono so long, politically wdpal ju0ex-
Mt mbers uf the local circle of King's
laughters ore englnerrlntf a lienetU '
irheinn which pioiiilxes to be a bmieflt
i the gi'iierul public us well us tu tho j
nlt r. I
Tiny will conduct a sale of lemonade
ud other cooling drinks un thu cam-1
u at 1'uiijIiuii, during the jevlew of
he KIoiiiI Parade on Alexander Field, j
lutrr, from n booth op liuuiliu street,
hey will si;ll rfowers und confetti us
nrplvul niiimuiillUiii j
Allium; thoxe-uhi) will take, part In
ho sain are Mrs Frazlrr, Mrs. Hick- (
lilt, the Misses Huppef, nnd others.
1 j -VM j 2"lJ.f
' flToniniy. ,P,op, what Is )h;t, tJnj Jll
y ble unyn Is here tojy and t'olie lip
' I'opi, Probably tho cnok, iny soil.
.tllnwelcomo Caller Am jod sfnro
E'L'Totir nilalress Isn't In?
I jBfTho Maid: I hopo oi don't doubt
IMIn- TollJme. Miss 11 Kite.
which do you pfofer, wull(lie with nit Fllgende lllnttor.
olijert or er wl bout? j
Miss lllggo (iKilnlndly): Without j
History Teachor: What was tho
Bright Pupil: Marching Through
(lefirglu, Mam. Pathfinder
Aviator (who him fallen on a foot
passenger) : Confound l! Don't ou
over look up when you go walking?
We extend a most cordjal
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 tho idea that wa are
enforcing at every contrib
begin moving Just before the first act
of "Plnuforo'" closes, so that tho boats
will slowly wend their wav between
the spectators and the chip during the
entlio intermission from tho first to
the second act's.-
i no cum ami cuorus or rinaioro
Is ns follows:
Tho lit, Hon. Sir Joseph Porter,
K. C. II David Anderson
Ciiptulu Coicnran L. M.Itader
Itnlph Itackstrnw'...Jas. D. Dougherty
Dick Dcadeyo Frank M. Frlesell
IJI1I llobstay Clurenco Waterman
Hob Ilecket William Korr
Toni Tucker ..Miss Florence Melnotto
Tom Tompkins J. A. Wilder
Jnsophliio Mrs. Hlley Harris Allen
Hebe Mrs. Halllo Hume Douglas
l.lltlo Ilultcrcup..Mrs. Alice Haywurd
Ladles of the Chorus.
Mis. I.el Hall, Miss Harriet TC
White, Mrs. A. G. M. Robertson, Miss
C II. Robertson, Miss S. de la Nux,
Miss V.. do la Nux, Miss R. do la Nux
Miss U Turner, Miss M. Freotli, Miss
K. Whiting. Miss M. Wudiuan, Miss V.
Ithodes, Miss Helen Spalding, Miss M.
Schiimun, Mrs. M. Morse. Mrs? II. II.
Kenton, Miss I,. Hlpley, Miss O. Clark,
Miss K. Clark, Miss K. Clark, Miss I!.
Real Estate for Sale
'Modern' Iluiignlow and liulf acie of
lutld. H Well. Improved with plants und
Ilarguln ir!ci for quick sale.
j; MAKIKI DISTRICT
Modern Uuiigulow uud 10,000 mi. ft.
of lund In the Maklkl District.
Cash or Instalments.
Wnlalan ltd. nnd 9th Ave $35
Mutlock Ave 30
Kalakaua Ave. 20
Mn nmi Valley 10
Wilder' Ave. 40
Kulnkuiui Ave 40
Wnlklkl Peach 411
I.unulllo St., opp, Knwulo 35
Pnlolo Hill 135
Kahalu Dead 85
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,-
Bishop Street Young Hotel Building
1 ACRE LOT at Alewn Heights, with
sweeping view from Koko Head to the
Walnnae Mountnlni. lllch, deep koll.
5 LOTS near foot of 12th Ave., Kal
mukl. 50x100. Fine sea view. At a
sacrifice; only 1100 each.
Notary Public, Orants Marriage Li
censee) Draws Leaser, Deedr
P. E. R. STRAICH,
Walty Building 74 S. King Street
NAVY TO PARADE
IN COPLKY PIUNTB
PACIFIC PICTURE FRANiINQ CO
17 Hotel 8tret '
II. Jones, Mlsa C. II. Jones, MIsh ICJItt
Pratt, Miss Adelo Wlcke. Miss N.
Craig, Miss O. Slarrctt, MIfb C. Lucas
Mrs. A. I,. Williams, Miss Edith Smith,
Miss V. Makee, Miss T. Murphy, Miss
S. II. Robertson, Miss F, Cousens, Mlrs
F. Wlntor, Miss H. Smith, Miss M.
Chuplti, Miss F. Miles, Miss U Acker
man, Miss K. Mossman, Miss A. Nott,
Miss Harriet Lucas, Miss II. Herbert,
Miss Mary Lucas, Miss M. Larsen,
Miss K. Miller, Mlrs Hiith Johnston,
Miss K. Mng.ion, Miss O. Vincent.
Gentlemen of the Chorus.
Dr. J. Cowes, (J Dyson, F. Shancr,
Kugeue Allen, A. Mnrralllno, a, K.
Dwlght, J. It. Patten, A. Meyer. H.
Carruthcrs, It. Paris, II. M. P. Huso
A. K. Rmytho, II. M. Ooodman, F. 11
Smith, J. F. Mackenzie, J, A. Thomp
son, o, Wnrrcn. J. I.. l.cgros, v. c
Meyer, A. Podmorc, Sam Chllllng
worth, Carl Nleiier, Chas. Stltlman
U. A. McBldowney, Tliurbton Taylor
(). K. Mncfnrlane, W. A. Cottrell, C,
Usboruc. J. II, Morrison, Hobt. Mc
Kldowney, Cyril Hoogs, Chas. Herbert,
V.. C. Kchenkel, Geo. I), Mclntyre, O,
T. Webber, Frank Clcghnrn, a, Mani
fest, II, Vincent.
Tho Pacific Fleet will; parado about
1000 strong with the Army, the morn
ing of Washington's Utrtliday. This
was the deflnlto announcement made
this afternoon', when tho flagship Cali
fornia returned. The fleet brigade
will.be mado up of three battalions of
Infantry nnd ono of artillery, the ma
rines counting as Infantry.
The' 2nd Infantry left Hchofleld Bar
racks this morning, oil its two-day
match toFort ShafteK where Wednes
day night will be spent. The troops
will probably camp at Pearl City .to
night. Cavalry and field artillery will
leave tomorrow, und all three arhis
should be at Shatter shortly after
noon tomorrow, giving horses and men
a chance to rest up for Thursday's pa
rude. Colonel Mansfield Is at' present on
sick ii)Kirt, having Injured an eyo sev
eral days ago. He will not appear at
the head of tho Second on parade, and
Colonel Rogers will .probably command
Colonel Wilder Is now xBt com
mander at Schofleld.
(Continued from Page 1)
tho corner of Ileretaula avenue and
Niiuiiiui street. Mr, Peterson draws at
tention to tho allegation that In his
opinion the building encroaches on the
street and Is not being built on the
same grade us was furnished him when
he built on the adjoining property. The
city and county engineer will be In
structed to look Into the matter.
You must yet tint II u lie tin
get the Xeus.
Ieo ailhert, the honey magnate,
whllo driving his machine last night,
was arrested by Motorcycle. Officer
Abreu for heedless driving. Gilbert
had a cargo of livestock aboard. In
cluding pigs destined for a Washing
ton's Dlrthduy luau. He objected to
the confiscation of the porkers' by Of
ficer A I) re ii.
MRS. M0TT-SMITH TO
AWARD PARADE PRIZES
Mrs. n. A. Mott-Bmlth, wife of Sec.
rrlury Mott-Smlth of the Territory of
Hawaii, will award the prizes given to
the successful competitors In the 1012
Director General Wnll yesterday af
ternoon lecelved from Mrs. Mntt-Hmlth
un acreptunce of his Invitation to her
to nward thu prizes.
Director Wall hat. not yet nnnounced
the Judges. This year there will be
only one set of Jddges, Instead of the
cuniberrome system used In previous
yeurs of threo or four sets.
FLORAL PARADE NOTICE.
All purents of children wishing to j
enter the Floral rarado as mounted
attendants of Pnvlil Kalaknua are re
quested to iirranxe for the children to
jneet Mls I.ncy Ward of tho princess
section, nt .1 ociock tomorrow tweo
nesday) afternoon at Thomas Square.
Children should be dressed In white.
Thore will bo no freight received
for shipment on the Inter-Islnnd
wharves on Thursday, tho 22nd.
Freight for movement on the Kl
lauen must bo an the wharf on Wednesday.
Popular a ml (loud Looking Tho
I) v e n I u k H u 1 1 e 1 1 it.
the repairing of fine Jewelry with
valuable stones to inexperienced
Our Jewelers are men of many
Your Tine ringe, etc., are safe
In our hande.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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