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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1912.
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vp ' i tlclltorldl Rooms,
' e' I BusineNM Offlots,
Vt lull's I' the air!
Sonic Militlc spirit runs
in) veins j
Hope -lecnis tu ride Mils
And Juj uiiMilnt's Hit- inn.
SeeniB like Senator Ii Kollfllc had
been dolne, the John the HuillHt act
Iul n few iiiiiiu wrinkles Into the
belt road business of O.iliu and it will
be u regular hangman's noose.
Never were the prospects better for
n new. day dawning for the average
man In the Territory of Hawaii
Put away all our hatchets.- polit
ical hutclieiH It in Washington's
hirtlulay, and besides, there In no
loncer need for tllelll
Isn't; It curious that the drunken
fool who causes deadly automobile ac
cidents, usually lollies out of the
(.mnshtip, right side up with cale
.. There Is always the possibility that
even the well and carefully winded
reply of the llnvernor had Home thlm;s
In It that acted like a boomerang
. It was pleasing to note that In some
Instances the usual Honolulu stolidity
was broken while the men of the
nrmy ' and navy were marcliliiK
througli the streets. The town Is Im
proving. When you loinp.iio it all with what
'you have seen in other parts of the
United States and In all of Kurope
you'll have to come to the conclusion
that Honolulu Is ahead again, h i
Americans doubtful about the fu
ture of Hawaii's population should re
member that every improvement In
.rulispoitatiou brings these Islands
nearer the Paclllc Coast, and, as that
Is tho home laud for Hawaii, farther
removes them from alien lands
It Is not surprising to llud that the
EiiiiK responsible for the "dog-eutlng-Polyueslun"
sentiment Is the same one
that iibsolulelv mid lialdlv lulsieiire-
EOUts ex (iovernor Carter lu n wan-!''"1"
tonly false statement of what he Is
supposed to have said in a conference
of which he was never at any time a
'. All through the misunderstandings
that have nilscu within the Republi
can pally ever) one lias agreed that J
iM. Dow sett cull be elected M.i.or of
Honolulu. Now that the ill (Terences
are patched, It stands lo icason eveiy
one should help the good wink id
making that election to thu ma)oralty
The day before Washington's birth
day the Jury for the Muhuka site rases
wan coniploled Ou this anniversary
of Washington's blith, let those w'lnVf
lire to,nppeur us vvitnes.ses einembsr.
thnt the Father or his Country; never
lold it ' lie. and thu Fedeial Court has
Just established some lnipur.tiin.pen
edenls for -tnose who no not ornevc
Knther. knew his business.
i, Congratulations to the odlcers ;iiJ
men o'f the army and ifuVy. Tvi8..y's
parade, was the giealest display of
what may be regarded us "homo town"
'forcesfthat Honolulu has over net-n
iliacn y,enr we nope to see uuumuua iu
Vfiie ranks In Hie jierinuiieiri'estSt.lfth-
Uieni CJl UOlll Ulillltlicn w, it,,7 nni ,ii.
did yon get "'Is speecii
Runiptbii's?" asliPil "'0 "'l,r
fcfc'Toolt Eomo of It iVnwn while ho vva
apeaklnK, nnd sonio I copied from ln
mniiscrll't," repllcil tint loparter
riiu Hils reference lo loiltl.aiiPlUUSl'.
T " ... .a ... l.n... ......
OW illll )'OII gOl limi-f VVUS uio,u iij
itise?" ' " ""'' '
"Mo sir- I took that from me man.
iptl" v 1 '
nletcil II the Putloifaic tl llnuoiktu
m flnnutUii rattler
FEBRUARY 22, 1912
ou ru welcome, mighty welcome
And here's to the American futulu of
llomiltilu and Hawaii
OUR PAKADE WORTH WHILE.
Honolulu crowded to the doors,
crowded, but evei)body nude com
fortable, ami newcomers uniting with
the old tluieis In agreeing that
eer)one Is happy In Hawaii"
Tills is the reiord for the Seventh
annual Floial Parade. lCach year bet
ter than the best of foilner days
The Increasing number of people who
come to the city and stay over Just
a few d.ivs to look around," proves
the better and wider knowledge of
Honolulu und its parade that is get
ting abroad For the first time in
history the accommodations of the
city nre actually taxed to the limit
There's no doubt of It this )ar.
All of which should convince
the most pessimistic that It Is
worth while to "promote," wortli
while to Indulge In all the
work mid worry of an annual
show which hi lugs people to town,
worth while to give undivided atten
tion to the tourist who In nine cases
out of ten Is an American and aids In
advancing the American destiny of
this city and Territory.
Kadi )ear lluds Honolulu more an
American town, and while we have
leason to thank the Federal govern
ment for much of the advancement In
this line, the activities of our own
people in getting visitors to come to
Honolulu go u great way In bringing
about the deBlred result.
And while we are contemplating
with satisfaction thu work and resultH
of today, let us remember that Hono
lulu can be kept full of tourists the
)ear round if it Is kept clean. The
continuation of this success Is abso
lutely assured If our own government
ami our own people enforce a inlu of
Insistent and elllcleut sanitation.
HOW AMERICANS DEVELOP FROM
What me oii g iln; to do with your
alien population? Is a c.ucmloti put lo
the people or Hawaii by Alllei leans
iii.iiul.iml iiiiiiu lieipieutly
than any other.
Tho same that tho United States
has always done with Its Immigrants
make Aliieilcaus of them, Is the leply
or Americans lu Hawaii.
This seems an Impossible task?
Certainly not more impossible than
the Hulled Slates has been o.irryln.;
mt siicceHsfull) for muny, many yeaia,
Those disiKised lo be dubious over
appeal uncos lu Hawaii should he as
listed Miincv.li.it in leaching correct
oiiclnsloiis If they would lead (he
views expressed by A. Maurice Iow in
Ills leceiitly-piihllshed second volume
on "The Ameilcan People."
Mr Low believes the Americans
luivo established themselves a dls-
iuctlve i ace. Ho says that the Amer-i
cans "as the insult of envlioniueiit,
uuiiiicui and social Institutions ami
'heir own philosophy, aro not dllutoj
i.-....it..i i ,. '
r.uKosiiiiit-ii .my iiiiiiu loan iney are
uiltlillou Rermaiis or tiunsplaiiteil
Spaniards, bin Hint they are new lu
he Keiiso that they have evolved a I
Mstfnct Annii lean tjpe wllh mental
iml pliyslcal cliaiacleilstles fuielgii lo
IiohJ) or other ssipl nr races'."
Itefenlug lo Iho Inlliieuce of Imml-
traUoii Mr Low sas: I
"The Ameilcan has an oxtraordlna
y and only partially explained jsiwer
if absorbing alien people Into his so
cial tinil political B)stem and )et re
m.ilpliig unlulliieiiced by them. Our
They saw a rich man pnss and Ihov
saw too, how the woihl bowed down
to li in us If he weie somebody great.
"fj.ui a man 1
a cubit to his
by taking thought, add
with a lleicely icsentfiil air, the Cynic
'CI... fl..(l..ilul tt 1.1
.,m ,,,ititrt iiiuuhhi u IIIOIIII1II1
' ""ai'ij oi, no inane utiswer, at
ihibui um uieu, Un. uumy otuer
i things he can take,, you know.'
mans become '(leriiiuii-Aiuei leans' iiml
1 llC'll AlllOllcUIIS, bill thu millions of
Hermans whu line iHiiirod into lliu
country have not miccccitcil In making
n Blngle American tin 'American-tier.
"It Ih tills isiwer of the Amcrlc.in to
nsslinllntc mill not bo assimilated, to
Inllneiicu but to remain unlnlliicnceil,
to h t niiip IiIh Individuality ukii tlie
alien :iil not to Ipse his own Individ
uality, that Iiiik lncororated tlio Immi
grant into tbu Ameilcnii without n f-'
IvctiiiK the fundamental Ideas of
America or Its Hitltlcal principles, and
,,"" ""-"" uueecu ie ,, ..,;
lhlKmM.hr. morals or tit of view ,
.utls.lc development or literary taste
or the American. ;n some other re-
spccls, economic especially, the inilu-
eticc of the Immigrant has been very
The author has been unable to llm)
all) pioof to supiwrt the theory that a
dominant race or a race superior In
the scale of civilization Is In danger
I lorn a i ace of less vitality or of n
"The customs thai the immigrant
brought with him weic not to he Imi
tated lir the American; the fact that
tliev weie tho foreigner's customs was
UM,ll..l.l.lt ,.,..,,.... (.. .it............. .1 ,..'
n,,iut,v,.i li-linuu lu lhintt, .IKU IIIUI 111.
American c)es; no American would
accept thein as a model any moro than'
he would take the Immigrant's cloth
ing as the pattern for Ills own gar
ments. It was a mutter of pride with
the American tu make the Immigrant
conform to Ameilcan Ideas, to teach
the foieigner the wu)s of the new
country rather than to accept those
which the foieigner bioiight with hlui
"Irish laborers working on the.
roads, Irish girls working In the fac-jseninen In service white, the soldiers,
loiles or "in homes, must use their sailors ami militiamen made an even
tools and their machines and their '""Her Impression than bad they been
K.ls and pans not as they were'!" ""i "'' "" H""'erlty was the
I I.l I.. .1.. ... I I . I
...i.r,.,. .v ..v. ,i, iiwti.t; win .in ,iiii;i ii.ll!
Ingenuity devised. The foielguer was
not brought over to teach hut lo learn;
not lo show Americans how to do
things Inn to follow tho Inntiiictlons
of the new masteis.
'luimigiutlou has tempered the Pu
ritan, ll has saved America from be
coming rigidly Puritan and Hindu it
nioie human; hut It has not destroyed
the foundation on which Puritanism
rests or overlaid the lullucnce of Purl
lanism North and South, liist and
West Hie ld spirit of the old Puritan
lives tempered, softened, rellned by
(hanged conditions and the foreign
blood that Is in the veins of America-
the splilt peihaps at times sleeping "" 'l lie paru.ie order was eieuri)
bu. ipilck .,, answer the cal, of ......y.".-'-.';". .Tc.npbeV ,,..,!
or liumaiilt). I timt general, fur the smooth working
(W course Hawaii could be so over-Jof tl- military machine,
whelmlngly crowded with aliens thatj Cavalry, Infantry and seaman bri
ttle nuturnl-borii American would by Kade marched lu column of platoons,
entirely lost, hut the Immigration pol- ,," formation of the llild urtlllery ho
ley has been so regulated that this Is' lnK "'."""V " '?"""; T"" ToV"..?'
. . f " , presented twelve tiles front, while the
no lo geru source of danger. As for ,funtry marched sixteen ille front.
in, mien cuuiigiiig uie cnaracicr or our
people, how many of us have noticed
III Hawaii that the alien hau not
forced his customs and Iml.llx noon
HU9 ll.llltUM lu 111. uf.l.'l.ti. .., nil II I
.. ....,-.. ... IIV .. UK ,,l IIIJ liiii.'n
lo adopt and adopt himself to Ameil
can Ideas. Sometimes when he Is too
progressive or aggressive In taking on
American ways we call him "cocky'
As a mailer of fact we don't rcallro
'hat the changes lie Is undergoing lu
"copying the American" are the best
piiNifs that I he alien will not ho a
siiiiicu of danger lie will, Instead,
soon be a good American.
Chin Oo ami Chin Suoy wero nr
lested yeslenlay ufloruoon by the
Pci'iiil authorlliCK on a charge of
manufacturing second-grade opium.
The men were found by Italph John
stone of the Internal Iteveniio Dep.ut
meiit. Coronulliiti King ('corgi-. Opera
House, Monday night. Seals mi sale
ill Promotion Ciiiuuilllce rooms. $1,
W axtend moit cordial
Invitation to all Intaraitad
In pur milk to visit our
dtpot on 8herldn trt
In this depot Is handltd
all th. milk dlitrlbut.d by
u, and th viiltor can
In th extrama claanllnata
her th Idea' that vva ara
enforcing at avary contrib
11 Kxtrn copies of the K vonlnij ti
it llutlotlu'H 11H2 Industrial it
It Kdltlon, American Hawaii, I'eo- Jt
St pie mid Industries, for mulling to tt
tt friends' can bo Hecured at the it
I it II ullrM In.nillce or from news- it
,,, T,,0 ,,,.,.,, M,ctlon
, ratalslght cents. A tt
)n(,(j ,,,. j;f )f ,
. c.,HlIoriF;r the Industilnl tt
.,oc,n,SI1, ,ll0 Kvonlng II u I- tt
it lot 111 of the Hame date with an tt
tt liccount of the Floral Parade, will tt
tt bo wrapped mill Inirtled for fifteen tt
ti cents when addresses are sup- it
tt lied to the Uiil le tin Muslness tt
it Olilco. tt
it Seclat adv'nhco copy orders ti
it will bo tilled from the hook piess tt
tt edition, to bo Issued at u later tt
tt date. tt
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(Continued from Pag 1)
with the glitter of gold lace Hut In
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...I... n.tl.n. ,...i. . .. .,. ...i IK.. ,ti, n .ii.i
ni-jliuir "I " tt,i"i" luiiiiiu-.
The column started exactly on sched
ule time, and It bud passed the re
viewing stum! a minute or so before 10
o'clock, the hour set. everything
worked like clockwork, mid there were
no hitches or accidents of any kind
to mar the success of tho day It was
exactly thirty minutes from the lime
(leiieral Mncomb gave the order to
march until the Kninelinini lui ('iiili'ts,
who brought up the rear of the cul
'"inn. K'rt under way. and there was no
change In Interval, Hie column taklur
exactly thirty minutes to pass the re
viewing stand The various organiza
tions formed on the Intersecting streets
nmr Hie executive -.rounds, th,. rlulit
of the Hue resting on King street
debouched onto King nt the p
The Held artillery paraded only one
caisson to a gun, Instead of two, but
this in no way detracted from the Hun
The order of inarch was us follows:
llrigudlcr fleiieral M M. .Macomb
Col. W K. Wilder rommaiidlng
Flist Field Artillery
Col. I). .1. Itiimhoiigh romiuandliiK
Second Infant ty
Col. .Ins. s. lingers commnndlug
Coast Artillery Ilatltillon
Ma J. V.. J. Tlniheihike commnndliiK
Co. (1, 2nd Ilaltallon IJugluccrs
Capl. Putnam commanding
United Ktules Nnvv
Ilrlgadn Cnmiii'iiuler and Staff
Capt. W. A CilJI commanding
Knslgn 0" O. Ha'iigh.mun, Adjutntit
Mldsh It, IlerryAldu-de-Cuinp
Payinr. tl. P Dyer, Commissary
Dr. Baker, Surgeon
Real Estate for Sale
Modern lluugulow mid liulf acre of
laud. Well Improved Willi plants und
Iluruuln price fur ipilck sale,
Modern llungulow und 10,000 sip ft.
of hind lu the Middle! District.
Cum or Instalments.
Wulalue ltd. and illll Ave SU
Matlock Ave 311
Kiihikaua Ave 20
Mn nou Valley f.tl
Wilder Ave 40
Kalakuuu Ave 4f
Wtillilki lteiuh 40
I.unalllo .St, opp Kewnlo 3f
Pnlnlo Hill I3S
Kuhala Ileuch 85
Real Estate Values Rising
Conditions Indicate that within a abort
lime real rttate will ba of greater
value. To put off the time of buying
means that you will have to pay mora
money. Save by buying now.
KAIMUKI LOT8 AT 300 EACH
COLLEQE HILLS LOTS AT 10c and 12c SQ. FT.
LOT3 NEAR 8HERIDAN 3TREET 8M
DUNOALOW AND 6 1-3 ACRC8, MANOA $0000
Turnlahed houea on Qreen
Street $45 per month
Houte at Tragloan Place,
Beretania 8treet, n a r
Alapai Street... $25 per month
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
1. Ilrlgade Commander and Staff
2. Colorado Hand
J, Marine Ilattallou
MnJ. Illll, U S. M. C command
ing. Mat blue fiuiis.
4. California Ilattallou of Seamen Iuf
I.t. Steele, U. tt. N., commanding.
5. Fiist Division .Hand.
National Knslgn und Inf. Flag,
7. South Dakota Halt, of Seamen luf.
I.t. Hauulgau, U.S.N., command
ing. Machine duns.
8 Coloiado llatl. of Seamen Infantry.
I.t. W llerlholf, U.S.N.. com
manding. First Itegluicut National fluard of
Kamehameha Cadet Ilaltallon
When General Macomb passed the
reviewing stand, followed liy the stun"
oftlcers of the ilepartment, the occu
pants of the stiind, nnd the hundreds
who look advantage of the cool shade
of Thomas Square to view the parade,
settled down lu anticipation. And they
were In no way disappointed, ulthoiigli
they showed their appreciation more
'receives by telephone, up to eleven ev-
' ery night, mettagea for your friends
at tea. Ring 1574 and givt tho mes
sage you want sent.
Prizes and Favors
FOR PARTIES AND DINNERS
Arts and Crafts Shop,
Bithop Street Young Hotel Building
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PICTURE FRAMING CO
17 Hotal Street
by oulet coinments nnd murmurs of
approval than by open applause. It
vwin ii sll.-ut panicle throughout, with
no cheering nnd veiy little handclap
Plug. Uut, for all that, the chance re
marks owllnfircl Indicate that the
spectators were not uuappreclatlve.
All arms of the service made u tine
showing, mid not the least worthy of
iiimnieudntlon were the Niitliiunl (luard
troops unci the Kaineliameha Cadets,
The former luting nlong llko veteran
l egoist's, vvliile the cadets, smart lu
their blue-grii) uniforms, brought forth
the enthusiasm of the crowds. Con
slderlng that the cavalry was Just u
little clouded to get by the reviewing
stand, the troopers deserve special
mention for the way they kept nlllgn-
ment and bandied their mounts.
The naval brigade, commanded by
I upturn (.ill, made splendid appear
ance, and .In their void-looking white
uniforms naturally stood out for spe
cial notice, mnnngst the soldiers und
murines In their neutral kluikl
"I think the parade was a great suc
cess," said Admiral Thomas. "Until the
navy und the iinny made n splendid
showing. There could lie nothing but
favorable criticism ou the uppenrnnco
of the men we've seen 111 column to
day, not only us soldiers and sallorJ,
but us men and citizens."
With (Jiivernnr Freur In the special
levlewlng seclliMi were Admiral
Thomas, Admiral Covvles, Territorial
Secnttiry n A Mott-Smlth. Ciller Jus
tice Itobcrlsiiii nnd Delegate Knlanl
Of the ("iovcrnor's military staff wern
Colonel Jones, adjutant general; Lieu
tenant Colonel Cooper, surgeon gen-
nil j Lieutenant Colonel Fisher, pay
master general; Lieutenant Colonel
Campbell, engineer olllcer; Lieutenant
Colonel Short, iunrtcrmnster general.
Admiral Thoinas was accompanied by
Commander Terhune, chief of stnff;
I)r Notion, Meet surgeon; Pay Inspec
tor Hicks, Heel paymaster; Lieutenant
(yumiuuidir Leahy, Heel ordnance of
Heir; Lieutenant ('nmniiiliiler Major,
Meet engineer; Lieutenant lleniireguard,
ling lieutenant. Ihislgn Howard, (lag
secretary Admiral Cowlis was ac
companied by Lieutenant Salmi, us
Among those on the reviewing stand
w,ero Mrs Thomas, Mrs, Macomb, for
mer Ocivcruor Ocorge R. Carter and
tra Caller, Captain und Mrs. Hallow,
Miss CuwIcm, Oeneral A. R Hartwell
unci Miss Hartwell; Arthur Wall, di
rector general of the llornl carnival;
Sciilehl Uyeno, Japanese consul; Mr.
ITotenh.'iuer, (lernian consul, nnd Mrs
Protcnhuiicr; Mr. Ifarilngton, llrltlsh
consul, nnd Mrs. Harrington; Chen
Clilng Ho Chinese consul, nnd Mrs
Chen Clilng Ho; A He Hoiizn ('una
viirto, Portuguese consul; Do Arnnn,
Spanish consul; Dr A Mnnpies, Hus.
slan consul, und Mrs Maiiiucs; Mr
ii M'l Mrs P I llnrue. Mayor Fern nnd
.Mrs. I'ern, Mr nnd Mrs. John V Col
burn, Hon II. A Iviiudseu and Mrs.
Kuudsen, lion Chillies A Itlce and
Mrs Itlce, Mr and Mrs II I' Dilling
ham, .Mr mid Mrs W V Dillingham
Resides these there weie a number of
nrmy und navy people
House and Lot, Palnmft.'...1...l l.B0
llousn and Lot, Palnina.. ...... 2.000
House and Lot, Pulama 1,200
House and Lot, Asylum Hood.. ' 2.000
Huslness Property, Queen and ,
IliilldlliK Lot, lirretnnln Stre'el.. 3S.000
House and Lot, fith Ave, Kal-
House and Uit, Sitli Ave, Kal-' .
inukl ,....: 2.G5
llulldlng Lots, Kewnlo 1.000
lluslness Projierly. Kukiil I-ana. 3.600
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd;
Second Floor. Judd Building
There wns a general misunderstand
ing us to th tiling capacity of the
reviewing stand, there being 220 seats
Instend of the 120 originally announced
Many morn tickets could have been
Issued hud this been known In advance.
General Mncomb nnd his staff turned
out from the column at Fort street
nnd reviewed It ns it passed. The de
partment commander wns well pleased
wllh the good showing of the troops.
A featuie of the day wns an automo
bile containing eleven Chinese women,
pietllly decorated, bclug driven around
An old man was knocked down by a
blc)clo rider at the corner or King and
Niiiinim sticets shortly alter the'morn-
Ing parade. Muddy clothes was the
Two Chinese got Into n heated war
of words on King street about noon. It
was too bad that their words could not
he understood. It was funny as It
FIND ROOM FOR
The stranger within Honolulu's gates
will be provided with a place upon
which to lay his or her wenry head,
thanks to the untiring efforts of (be
promotion Interests of this city, which
have been active In securing u line on
sin b sultuble accommodations nsnvall
able tit local hotels, rooming and
With the nrrlvnl of the Sierra from
the Const with two hundred or more;,
passengers, the nlllcern of Hint ves.st-1
were notllled this morning that twenty-live
rooms were available at the
Alexander Young and Hnvvnllan hotels,
.Manager Kimball of Hnlelwn Hotel
sent In h telephone message to the
effect that Ills hostelry on the wind
ward side, of the, Island could accom
modate people for twelve renins. Ar
rangement hnve been made for the
running or u special train to Ilalelwit
each evening, leaving Honolulu at or
about !l o'clock
Jack Scullv. proprietor of the Will
klkl Inn. sent word to HIerra oltlcers
Hint Ills beach hotel could lake enre of
sulllclelit passengers to fill eight rooms.
Will for one week only give free
tests tn any one calling from 1 to 4
p, in. In order to convince them that
ho possesses Pt)chlc sivver. Skeptics
invited. Seeing Is believing. (Irand
demonstrations Tuesday evening nt 8.
Pcsldcnco, 7S2 Klnau Street. Phone
The old buildings at the northwest
corner of Queen and Alakeu streets
have been demolished. It 1b said they
were removed to make room for a
We cull stop the machine and let
you view "Pelorous Jnck," the pilot
fish, nt any moment. Opera House
Feb. 2Cth and 27th.
the repairing of fine Jewelry with
valuable atones to Inexperienced
Our Jewetera ara men o many
Your fine rlnnv tc, a'ra aafe
In our bandt.
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