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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M., MONDAY, APR. 8, 1912.
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WaI.I.AI'K k. Farkino TON,
HVUJNI-Ml HIM liriiN WUIJKUV IIULLItl
let Month mil where hi U S . .O .7r ffl Sn Mootoi. f .ev
r- ijtinrtet nmwl-"'!. II H . 2.oo Pet Vfir ...ywhete IQ V S . I.ikj
Pe- V-- nvliete In U t . H.no Pel Yer knywhn n Cantitft I. Mo
... teal i i'fl mreitt. 13. Of) Pet Veir tAHill.a'd fntosn 3.W
b - bdltoriu! Rooms,
9 i.lBuslnass OffJe.e,
"I'.veiv man in n fit to call lum.ell mi. Amcrmm wants to boss his
own lile. lie wants to lead Ins oln life. A'oli', lie will mute mistakes;
anyone of us will: you ur I will: but t'tey will be my mistakes. want to
make them inMicll. I tlo not Kant uiij otic tlte to malc them lor me."
I lifotlun Roosevelt.
SIGNIFICANT PRIMARY RESULTS.
While fartioni'ls uilliin llic parly ate lnn counting noses, making llicir
rilir. dci or llicir blulls, the average cilien u inlercstcil in suing up t lie sig
uininnt feature! of tlie Saturday pri'iunarics of the Republican party.
Tii'. to he noted the fact that in every instance where a man or the rep
let. n!ilive ol an organisation stepped in asid attempted the part of the
lio'i, they wtrre met with overwhelming defeat.
I In- uas e'prcially utitihle in the light against Sam Parxer, well known
as Delegate Ruluo's friend, and vvlioe loyalty to the cause of President
I aft none knows better than Mr. Taft himself.
The President of the I'afl Lcigu? made it his particular business to
Irau- his own and go into the Parker-Kuhio precinct and assume personal
le.idtrslup of the fight against th; Parker-Alkinson-I loll-Widemann ticket.
'I he ohnous purpose of this moc was to discredit Parker by defeating him
in his own and the Delegate's pncinct Wise olilic.il judgment would
Inve counseled against such tactics, in the first place because of the need-
less bitterness it would arouse in the ranks of the party. Mow the people
ftel about it is cudcnccd by the overwhelming defeat suffered by the
Taft League forces in the effort to beat Parker. I lie Note was a pro
test against a monitd campaign to defeat the Delegate's friends in his home
precinct and also a protest against a "rule of the thumb" in the Republican
part). And we believe a very effective and significant protest. If the
intention was to make "FCuhio's precinct a sample to carry to Washington"
there is not the slightest doubt that disregarding any future manipulations which
may be worked previous lo or during the convention. President Tafl will see
lint in the one instance where the proposition came to a flat show-down, and
the President of the Taft League assembled all his forces to defeat a Taft
man previously known to the President. Sam Parker won out and by an
'I he President of the Taft I-eague as the next best friend of the Gov
ernor, made an awful political mistake when he forced the fighting and
took up the personal cudgel against the Delegate's friends in the Delegate's
precinct. He should have remained in his own precinct or at headquarters.
What it will amount to in Washington need not here be considered. The
importance of the lesson is in its bearing on the political activities prelimin
ary to the Fall campaign.
It means that the man cr men who go after the Delegate with a club, with
the "kill Kulno" idea, whether openl expressed or through thinlv-vciled
manipulation, are bound lo get licked if an opportunity ames for the people
to have their say. This is especially true in view of the fact that the Del
egate's charges have, presumably by common consent, been passed up to the
decision of a commissioner named by the President, and all good Republi
cans are supposedly centering their efforts on securing a strong municipal and
legislative ticket that can be elected next Fall and enable Honolulu and
I I.uvaii to makefile most of the opportunities and duties that are forced up
on us by the course of the progressive world events.
The lesson of the primaries, so far as the coming convention is con
cerned, is that the Republican party will be materially weakened for the
fight in the Tall if an attempt is now made with money or threats to sway
ihe votes of the convention delegates away from their natural course. Let
the canvass be a fair field and the vote an honest one. Domineering vVon't
go in the long run. What the rank and file of the party call for is fair play.
What to do with our ox-l'iosldelits
Is In lug solved veiy fast
McCarthy's "Hiipptirl" seems to have
been or the easy roine, easy no va
riety According to the returns to date,
the "Call of the ieiiilo" seems to bo
Kilhio's chain es me In no il. inner
or becoming uftlUleil wlli lieivnus
Despite all that has been said and
nil the frothing at the mouth that has1
been done, Kuhlo seems to have the
"Did sho icelproonto your senti
ments?" "With fnr too much precision. Sho
Bout niu back all my letters."
Illlo Hnvo you still got that pot
cut you used to call an Angola?
Illlo Oh, mi; I bad It iiudo Into
this woolly hut, bo now It's n ledum.
"How well ou are looking!"
"Ves. I am a vegetarian,"
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
"titerml it the PnttoBic At llnnoiulq
. etni.l-elM milter
APRIL 8. 1912
sumo Mr I: 7. Mark for an opponent
In the I "nl 1 race It's nil over but
Hawaii will heave n sigh ns deep
as tlin deep, deep sea when tho Biigur
tariff Is settled permanently, though
no one believes It will bo changed.
The lecull Is nil right In Its way,
hut what Hawaii wants Is a repulse
that can be applied to undcslrnblo
candidates before they get started
Tlie Federal drum! Jury recites,
"I-'ioiu our experience we think wo
nre JiiHtllled In the statement that III
some enses llttlu attention has been
"That settles It. I shall nover eat
meat again. How long hnvo you been
"I begin tomorrow."
"Ity tho wii), I met n veiling lady
from jour Slnto last suiuiner- n Miss
"Daughter of old Maimer, tho under
taker?" "Shouldn't wonder. Sho told me her
father was n southern planter."
IMltl to the huh Illy ot the until." A
learned Jurist gave the definition of mi
natli tliiiH "An n.itli Is a formality,
used In n court of Justice, Ihnt binds
no scouudiel, and strengthens not the
stntcinutit of an honest man "
Kutilo's record In Washington has
been one of successful achievement
for 1 In Willi. He lias, can nnd will do
thlrirtJ for tho betterment of the Ter
ritory. On the twentieth of Inst month
IMesldont Tuft round himself inn-,
rootled In New York fur a few hours
b To, but that was the only time
any foil has appeared iiroimd Ills ml
ministration The II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n Is Informed that
Sheriff Juirctt nent bis men to the Ad
veitlser olllee to get their Instructions.
The results of Siiturdnj's primaries ill
the Republican nnd tho Democratic
pintle piovos very conclusively that
lllll Jiiriutt will have to take n new
mentor If lie vviints to win. The peo
ple do not enre for bis methods nnd
took the first opportunity to say no.
The defeat of Unrln Alidiews mid
anyone popularly believed to Lo nsso
dnteil with him on his tlthet was n
foiegono toneluslim. Tho peoplo
have stated In positive terms on t,ev
c nil notable occasions that they do
not line for the Andrews brittid of
polities That's all thele is to It and
the consistent hysteilcal support he
gets fioiii I'licle Unrln's nevvspjper
tnu't make It otherwise
Wouldn't It he lemarkable If the
men who are the III Kt to decline their
honor to be win III 'something, should
Le the first to break faith' Should till,
piove ti no. It will lie u valuable ntl-j
vnnce reminder for nellvltlen In the,
I'll II campaign will, h Is n thousand
times moie important than the elee-
tltm of delegates to Chicago. Mark
well tie situation mid cease pinning i
faith to polltluil prostitutes who null
be bought and sold, or to the men who
furnish the money to buv them. What
Honolulu needs In Its highest counsels
Is honest men.
FREAR AND THE RAILROAD
Governor Walter Trancls I'renr.
than whom there has been no bettor
governor of theso Islands, last week
honored 1 1 tlo with his pieseneo. If
I'renr had come hero without any an
nouncement, merely to drou In on III
lo people and to sav "How do you do.
there would never have been any crlt
lelsm of his visit, but he hnd the bad
taste to announce beforehand, to the
press of llonoflilu, that ho was coin
ing to Illlo to "Reo about" tho Wala
ken homestead lands.
When ho gets here, lo and behold!
he snjs nothing more about tho Wala-
ken homestead lands than a preacher I
of the Honolulu ClirUtlnii IMensloii.nwny with tho Idea that such n wati-
Movumoiit would he expected to say
about tho prlco of oil stocks.
Irear was busy while here nnd
nt the volcano but ho was not busj
In regard to Walakea land matters
He was altogether taken up on tho,
mil rone! proposition
One of the best editorials that Iibr
ever appeared In a newspaper of tho
lklamv1 wns that which was published
In tho Itlln Trihuno Inst Tuesday,
wherein It wns stated: "Tho following
Is n complete nnd nccurnto icport ot
all the (lovcrnor did and what he said
In tegnrd to tho rcsldenco proposition
at the public meeting lust Thursday
Then follows a quoted blank, a
long empty spaco in quotes. In other
words, tho Governor did nothing, and
ho said nothing concerning tho mat
ter that was uppermost In tho public
mind tho rosldonco proposition..
(iiivernoi' 1 rears mows 01 uio fu
ture of llilo vvoro optimistic, ns they
The best cows obtainable,
rirjhtly fed nnd well enred
for In canitnry surround.
ing. assure us of a rich
milk, pure and wholesome.
After this rich milk
reaches our depot on Sher
idan street, it .Is subjected
to an electrical purifying
treatment and fed direct
Into sterilized bottles
which are capped by ma
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rivo-room modern homo in
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Two blocks from car line.
E ght rooms three bedrooms
Partly furnished. Ptano, etc.
Suitable terms can be ar
924 (DETHEL STREET
should ho ns thev could not help
being. He tllstusscd tho armory tpies
tltm, and the topic of tho right-of-way
to the proposed new wharf took up a
lot of IiIh time. Hut as fnr ns resi
dence problems were concerned, nary
At tho beginning of this article the
(inventor Is referred to ns the best
tbese Islnnds ever enJoed. Don't inn
meiit Is Mattery, because It Is not.
l'rear Is the best (lovcrnor we ever
had, but whom lime wo had? Wo hail
Dole honest. Judicial, but not up to
the limes. Wa had Carter, conceited,!
slnceie, but biill-hended and spot tat u -
lar. Wo hnvo I'renr, careful and stu
dious, but afraid
For news and the truth 11I1011I It nil
people I1111 the I1 11 1 1 e 1 1 11.
In inter-Island business. Office Is open
on week days from 7 a. m. to 5:30
p, m, and on Sunday mornings fromjcoino homo early," alio said, "because
8 to 10. Messages for ships at sea
received up to 11 every night.
KalniuKI Ave, Knlmukl; 2-hcit-loom
iiitlii;i-, wllb hit, will
liiipiiiM-il, Iwikir.O Jir.iin
llulliliiig bits, I'alnlii Hill, Miiliua
Valley and KitimuKI.
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Manna Valley 2 " 7r. (.1)
.Mituo.1 Vullcj 2 " 75(10
iith unit I'ahn.i Ave 'i " 4(1 Oil
Kei-anniiil.'ii Ar Duiuliils. 2 " (ID 00
Kewali 2 II It. .in ml
I'nu.i.i, ur Winn St : " ititm
1 1 1 t-t 11 11 1 1 St :i " 27 .111
121.1. MutliH'l. Ave 2 " 27f.li
l.uimlllii SI a " 22 r.i)
I.1111.1III11 HI a " 3". 00
Kalakauit Ave . . . 1 " -to 110
.Milium Vallo ,. , 2 " 4r.ui)
(Continued (rom Pane 1)
(enslllvo In the extreme, ami the ear
rvlni; out of the net by means of a
IioImhi wlili whoso quick action he had
doiihlliss heiome n((imluted In the
course of his experience as n drug
llrleflv stated, the facts as picked
up from the polite, fi lends of Miss
llusc and llarton nud the employ ore
of each, ns well ns from Miss 1 1 use
herself, nre those-
Miss Huso last Saturday nt noon
saw .voting Ilaiion. At that time he
knew that she Intended going out In
the evening. "Ho bns many times
shown groat Jealousy when I went tint
with otheis," said Miss Huso this
morning, and that Jealousy went witli
him In the afternoon through his work
nt lleiisou, Smith & C'o.'s.
Miss Huso had nn engagement for
dinner 111 tho evening with A. II. Don-
deni, the real estate man, lie called
for her In bis nutoinobllc nt her board-Ing-plaee
short! before r. o'clock in
the evening, nnd took her to his home
on Mntlock nvcuue. Mrs. I.nngton,
tho housekeeper, was a member or tho
lit tlo dlniier-pnttv of three. In speak
ing of the dinner today, Doudcro said:
"1 met Miss Hiihc nnd asked her to
dinner, and we sat aflor dlniiei In the
house mid talked awhile. Then I
drove her directly home. We had
talked for some lime nfter dinner, nnd
1 suppose It was about U when 1 drove
her home. 1 said good hv to her at
tho house and left her there."
Diinili.rn flccl.iri.it tnrinv tlmr tlm
1 first Intimation he had that Miss Hum'
was the "girl In tho caso" was when
ho wns tpiestltmed by n llulletln
"Whj, I tlld not know of her con
nection wltli this affair, nt nil," he ex
claimed. "I did not know this young' ,, ' "' "" u;.ur ,""" lI".'
Milton, nnd when I rend tho story ofl ll8"fp' ?r ,"cn", "f "!
his sulcldo I didn't know tho girl.1". lllCH0 Jealous moods? ' s
wlioo iinmo was not then mentioned
was Miss Huse."
After going to her room at Mrs.
Newell's. Miss Huso decided to call
j Hat ton oU.r the telephone. "I Just
1 wanted to let him know that I had
I felt that he objected to my going
Finds Barton Dead.
1 She called his loutii and got no nil
swer. Then slie went to Vldn Villa
and, seeing no one around, went tt his
I room to "srii hellcU' When she
reached the room, sho found young
I llni'tim stretched out on tho bed. Tho
girl, horror-stricken, rushed from the
'loom nnd screamed for help, .Mrs.
jHvans, lie the main house, telephoned
Hoi 1)1. A. (1. Hodgins, and soon be
iwns nt the scone. Secretary Klik II.
I I'm tor of the Hoard of Health wits also
on the spot quickly. He Is n boatdor
at Vldn Villa.
A search of the room revenled 110
trace of poison, though It Is believed
tertnln Hint he took poison. A small
'bottle with n drop of whisk) at the
1 bottom was lotind.
' A note to Miss Huse said slmplv
I "Dearest (Hi I. You are the onlj
1 0110 who knows why I die tonight. I
I hope 5011 nnd tho damn Dago will bo
' happy. - (loodhy. nnd God bless you
.until we meot faco to face In Hell. If
I I hero Is such a plnre. Don't worry
over mv death. JIM."
I Another letter was wrl'ien to his
I In other, "Hob" or J. It. T. llarton, who
Ms omploH'd In tho naval station of
' tlce. This note shows beyond epics
1 Hon that phslcnl Illness plnved an
Impoitant part In 'leading to tho rnsh
, Heart Trouble Acute.
lie tell J his In other thnt heart dou
ble Is nearly killing him, nnd that lie
jcaiinoi 'last much longer." He reels
he Is about to tile, ho Rays. The let
ter, ns well ns an unpublished part or
that lo Miss Huso, Is or beart-lirenk-lug
pathos and sadness. It reveals 11
voting man of natiiiaily Hue nud true
diameter, nnd his messago to his
loved ones of the family shows numi
plainly than winds tho boyishly splen
did chaiarter at tho last. Ho hnd left
n check on tho Tlrst National Hunk
tor ?tw; ID for his brother, this being
Kvery Indication points linmlstnl;
ably that he had tnken his ltnvo or
lire deliberately, so rnr ns bis prepum
tloiis at Ihe Inst wero roiicernetl. lie
had writ 1 en nlso n letter lo llensoii,
Smith .V: Co.
Hurton's body this morning was ta
ken to Wllllnms' undertnklng parlon,
mid luloi incut will be made tills nfi
After Miss Huse wns tnken from
tho scene, shocked almost hevond her
strength nt the suicidal death of the
.voting ninii sho had seen but n row
hours before, she wns taken lo the
Young Hotel liv Mr. and Mrs, V. S
aiffnid ami bns remained there since
Miss Huse's Statement.
Thero this morning she gave a de
tailed statement to the Dili lot 1 11.
In tho loom were Mrs. Olffard, Miss
New kirk of I.os Angeles, Miss JIuso's
chum nud room-mate, and Mr. S. S.
I'nxson of tho Singer Sewing Mncliino
C'oiniianj'H local branch, whole Miss
Huso has been employed Tor some four
Miss Huse, although the slinlu of
ihe latt two das has been a very sr
vero one, has shown good selT control
A sweet-faced girl with laigo brown
eyes, dressetl simply In blue, sho told
her story slowly nnd clearly, and re
sponded to questions without heslta
tlon ocept occasionally w lien her ev
ident gllef almost bloke Into sobs.
The Girl's Story.
"I met Mr. llarton Just niter I camo
lo Honolulu, about six months ngo,
she snld, "and wo beenmo very good
friends. I liked him, I minified him,
nud I can hnvo now nothing but the
best ot words Tor him, Ho was very
good and kind to me.
"Of courso I knew that ho objected
to my going out with oilier men, nnd
nt times ho was nngry about II. Per
haps ho was morose, too, but I cannot
sny that ccitalnlj."
'Did ho over make thrents against
sho wns ask
"No never," snld Miss Huse, "al
though he did say things sometimes
that showed ho was much upset about
"I knew that he did not llko It for
iiie to be out last Saturday night. It
had happened before. Hut Iheio wns
no renbon why I should not go. I was
not engaged to him, nor In nny wny
bound to him alone, and there wns
absolutely no reason Tor mo not to ac
cept the Imitation out.
"I tlo not know Mr. Dondcro very
well. I hnvo been out with him not
moro than two or threo times. Ho
asked mo to dinner and I went, and
with Mrs. I.nngton wo had n lit tlo par
ty of three. Then ho took mo homo
In tho machine. Mrs. Nowell saw him
sny good-night nnd go nvvny.
"It was titter that that I went to call
Mr. llarton on tho telephone, and
could not get him. So 1 bun led ovei
to the Vida Villa, for I wanted him In
know that I had conio homo early. I
felt ho would bo upset nnd perhaps
"When I saw no nno around, I went
to rnp on bis door nnd Just sny Hint
I was back. Then I round him."
Miss Huso stopped a moment, hit lug
her lips to Keep linck tears, but artor
n moment went oir
"I saw tho nolo to mo and started
to rend it, hut I couldn't. I ran out
ride, screaming, and round Mrs. Hvnus
at tho main house. Then they called
Miss Huso R.-ivs that although alio
knew or Harlem's Jealous), she had
novor lieaid any Intimation that lie
would havo contemplated sulildo.
"And that Is what hints mo so ter
ribly lo think that pet Imps I
should hnvo gono out nnd this caused
him to do what he did," sho said. "Hut
I could nover have thought or such aj
tiling. Ills disposition did not seem '
lo bo that kind. I rcgiet It; oh, It has
hurt 1110 terribly."
Miss Huse Held Blameless.
No one, however, attaches aus
blame to Miss Huso. In fact, from
nil sides today tome to the llulle
tln words or prulso ami commeudn
Hon for her One Indy of the city
ciiiio lo tho 11 11 Hot in olllco this
afternoon to say that Miss Huso was
nhsoliilely blameless In tho affair. "I
pciucelv know her, but I do know Hint
she Is not to blame for this," wan the
wish the ilullotlu would s.i) that
the net was that merely of nn over
Mi. I'nxson (old the Hullo tin
this morning that some two months
ago Jie had urged llnrttm not to mnko
his attentions to the girl so persist
ent, ns his suit wns probably hope
loss, but the young chap took no heed.
Ilenson. Smith & Co., his employers,
sav that Hnrlon was n good employe.
"He wns emploved In tho stock-room
nnd wns considered n faithful, consci
entious employe," said Mr. Geo. W.
Smith this morning. "We n'ru nil
Hliiidkeil hoy ond expression nt tho nf-
llarton had boon with the conipanv
ror eighteen months. Miss Huse ban
been In Honolulu some six months
nnd with tho Singer peoplo about tour
months. She camo heio with Miss
Now kirk. Miss Huso's homo has
been In Doston, but she Is an orphan
now, without n homo, and had soino
thought of going nrountl the world,
llils morning Miss Newklrk r.nd
Miss Huso wero booked on tho Sleirn
lo the Coast:
"I couldn't stay here." snld Miss
Huso this morning, the tears starting
to her eyes.
Miss Nowklrk confirmed what Miss
Huso says of Hat ton's extremely
Around ihe city this morning tho
conked-up story or Miss Huso's disap
pearance denied much comment, hut
the Hul let In's story rrom Mlsn
Huso should explain nil the essential
.lust what poison llarton took has
not yet been discovered. An Inquest
will lie held tonight nt the polko sta
tion. .1. II. T. llarton, brother or tho dead
mnn. Is nn employ 0 or tho medic ril
department or I ho local naval stntlon.
This morning ho obtained n live day
leave of absence nud took over tlie
lurk of straightening out his brother's
nlfnlrs, and making nirangements ror
"Miss Huso Is In no way to hlnmo
ror this," said "Huh" llarton thin
morning, his voice breaking with grief
over his brother's death. "Mm hnd
hc.iil-tiouhlo Icrilbly. nud 1 know It
was partly this that caused him to
tlo hat he did. 1 havo seen him fall
over and Mimellnies It 1ms taken fif
teen minutes for him to bo revived by
llarton wns n Texnn, born In Over
ton, and was twenty-Ilvo or twenty-six
years of ngo. He had been in tlie ding
business some live years.
Tho funeral of vouug llarton will ho
held tills afternoon nt I o'clock from
tho Williams undertaking parlors, and
tho body given Interment In Nuuanii
Deputy Sheriff ("has. II. ltnso wns
Indignant this morning when I old that
ho did not or, nither, could not
locate Miss Charlotte Huso last Sat
in day nlglil. Hose snld this morning
that he could Unci Miss II1110 nt liny
time but preferied to wnll until ho
had called n coroner's Inquest tonight
In the polleo station.
"It Is not It 110 that I could not llud
Miss Huso," snld Itoso this morning.
"I will havo her nt the coioner's In
quest tonight nt tho police station,
nnd, until them I feel that it is unnec
essary for me to subpoena her."
Blanchard To nvestlnale.
That tho poison which llarton Is be
lieved to hnvo taken will he Investi
gated by Tood Commissioner . H.
Hlnchard wns the stutement mailo by
Deputy Sheriff Itnse this morning. Un
til the contents of tho stomach of tho
deceased havo been analyzed by
lllunchaiil no ovldciico could bo Intro
duced as to tho character of the poi
son taken by llarton. It Is the Inten
tion of lloso to have the drop of whis
ky found In the llttlo bottle nualyed
for tinces of poison.
Itoso stnted this foienoon that ho
would hnvo Miss Huso nt tho Inquest
tonight, together with the oilier wit
nesses whom ho lias subpoenaed. It
Is expected that a repres-oulntlvo fuim
tho County Attorney' ofileo will bo
present nt tho Inquest.
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