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EVENINGS BULLETIN, HONOLULU, j. H., WEDNESDAY, APR. 10, 1912.
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I.cl none o; Vou deal lis brother ir
)f treated -Mohammed.
JUST A SUGGESTION.
I Ik course of tlic political actmhc in connccliun uilli I lie Republican
convention has btrn such in tlic List few i!a that the Bulletin lias
a sugKrstiMi lo olfer.
If it be iruc that the real purpose ol the extraordinary campaigning done
by member: of the T aft League liai bfn with the purpose of electing the
Governor as a delegate lo the Ch'cago convention, the campaigners would
certainly have been stronger had the said so in the first place and the
Governor hud been placed in the position of being an open, not a dark
Ai-ain. if in order to carry out then program it is necessary for members
of tin- 1 aft League lo demand that certain duly elected i lawnitan dele
Rate -.hall stay at home and gie their proxy to "someone who can be
IrtrUruV just one in'.tunie of that tind will do the Governor more harm
than a iovililc unanimous election could do him good. I hink it over.
Dr. McCoy, leader of the sanitation forces, reports that the city of
I lonolulu ma) now be listed as non-iiifectible territory so far as yellow
fever is concerned
We lupe the important citizen, the aerage citizen and every citicn
realizes what this means to the municipality, what a rplendid insurance it
is against not only the spread of disease that may be (nought here but
nijniivt the spread of ills which we have always with us.
Wc hope nho that each and every cili?en will by word, or deed of as
sistance and coopeiation. express his appreciation of the excellent worl. that
has been done by the officials and the rank and Tile of those engaged in this
woik. I lonolulu has been cleaned U ckly and well, though like the small
hoy having his face washed, it has made some terrible noises while iincler
poiiiF the process. 'I he "men on the job" with Dr. McCov aie entitled to
the thanks and congratulation of the p-ople of I lonolulu.
But the mosquito campaign, including the campaign for a clean I lono
lulu is not ended nor will it ever end. This we believe was pointed out by
Dr. MrCov in his report. I lonolulu must be forever on guard. Its sanita
tion work has hardly begun in real earnest. Our x-ople must give the san
itation woikers and the aullionlii all the aid. comfort and supit pos
sible, not oiil) because that is the light thing to do but alto because it is
Theie will lie a lilieli in Ihe hiteh-
I III; when Mill, altcuipts lo hlKh to
tluit Heu-natc Job
The vvnv ul i lie tmusgii'HHor
.luiril l"il (he thlnl-teiiiier will lllul III
II iiiijokkuu niiu null it in ine pi.u it
he stalled from
If .1. 1' M makes a few more ttlps
to ISurupc in ipiest ol ail, mom of I lie,
"bubbles" ot that iiiiiuti'v Mill soon
linvo to tome to Aiucrliu to sec the'
pinduct of their ancestors
The South I'nle will neier aiuiiiiiit
til lllllell US II Hllhjei t for discussion
until snniobod holm up with a stnte
llioilt that they real lied It uhoiit twen
ty llllllllleH hefore Amundsen
ltoofievolt has leiliiluly done some
hit; things politic a!l. lint llie hlggeHt
thing to his ereillt was the making of
William Tnft I'leHldciit; mid (lie -
pin Will honor Ituosovolt h Hliowlllg
III six that they think so
Tho moving plittue promoter Is nl-
renily plnelng the "IIxIiikh" fm the re
production of Ihe HlllHvllle, Vllgiula
iinssncrc It Ik lo he linpi d tli.it
Follle authority will ihioltle tie
Hellenic hefole ll Is lull 11
Seeieturv Knox leilainlv di el vis
a Carnegie medal loi invadiiu .Nn.u-
"Do vou want suix hoard with iIicm.
..iriniita?" tiHlfi.il the t.'inll.iiv
t M ! "Wo want Ihi'se looiiis for cam
,TJ"llEn lionilipiuruMM. W'e'ie not koIiik
(oi-nl hero "
, S.'-""I illdn't moan Hint kind of hoard. I
1 r meant u soiiiidlui;-hoard."
"I want Borne faro powder for my
"Wlint kind?" Inquired tin. nlri.
"Dnrueil If I know."
"Docs this look lllto It?"
stttrttil It llie IgvoIIk si llnnniulQ
APRIL 10, 1912
- u 11'uV it himu'f Would dislike (o
ngiia nfler Im'Iiik given the hint that
Ills lite uoiihl he In ihing. r If he ilhl
bo fniler laddois. thlitoom, anil h'l I
days hhiuihl have no algiiillciinee for
UNDEKIVOUD'S EXCISE FULLY.
Chairman riidervvood put thiough
his flee sugar hill inerclv foi the pur
pose ot otitaliiiiiK a tainpalgii head
line This Is ilpp.uellt to iiuyoiie who fol
lnttH the discussion ot the hill in the
House, especially thai pollloii lelalini'
to the hill fill lilt" excise t.l, colli oil -ed
with the deduicd puiiose ot mak
ing u 1 the revenue lost tlnoiigh the
ptoposed icpeal of the sugar tax
I low impossible the exi Isc bi heme
is, was pointed out 111 the com he of a
speech by ('iiiiKii-hsmiin Mit'nll. who
lillelly and clfuctlvely exposiMl the fol
l.v ol t lie bill ns follows-
Hut let us look at this tax for a
moment. In (he Hist place, to whom
would It apply? It is ostensibly ill
lected to the doing of business. To
any Individual or firm who has an an
nual income lom doing business of
$'.uim this Income tax would appl.v
What Is doing business? That lias
In en adjudicated by the Supieine
(cunt lij a (lei Islon ill a lase lendeied
on the -aiiie ilav that the 101 porntloii
tax law vva, upheld In the ease of
"It does look fuinlllar Would vou
in i ml il I nled a sample time''"
"I in i is i s.i said Mm llui Inn Han
nerH. "liial wiur wife's sulTiiiKutle
spcoi Ii pill us all lo sleep '
"That's curious," replied Mi Meek
ton "Hhe has kept me awake will! It
tor the Insi two weeks"
tillKKs- Ho Slum I Is koIiik lo many
his ilivoiccd wlfo?
Ilrlgus Vos, tho meueuaiy cuss Is
uflor tho allmoii)' ho pays
--, ' " '-'-'----y.ii.o ji i ,
(In Minneapolis Studiiate tin Su
piiiuc Court held that a (orpointlon
i xlitlug si! Hi pi to hold the title to
leal i-stiiH and ti I'eielve the Income
from It and to distribute that laconic
umolifc its stocKholdeis vvus not doing
business within thd meatilng ol llie
Now. it a lorporntlen doing those
things nt x hit. ll tilts law was leveled
wii no' doing business, much less Ih
ah Individual doing business who slin
dv linn, n Iikoiiip from his rents,
fi urn boiids, from mortgages, mid In
the 11 mil vv.iv In vvlilcn men git in
loine. without atij clTort, from Inher
ited wealth, so that If you look at Ihls
bill i loselv vou will Mild ll is not a
tax upon in cumulated wealth at ill
Andiew t'aiiiegli would pay iioihliig
nuclei tliis hill Jumps .1. Illll. John I)
Km kefc lloi. and others would pav
iioihiug under It None of those gen
tlemen would pnv anything undei It
wiiu have iniide life inetry In the last
fi vv iiioiiIIim le'loie ihe eoiiluiltti e of
whii h mil gieat ami good friend from
Kentiiikv I "VI t Stanley) Is the ihnli
iiiali An umiilated wealth Is exi epted
Horn tin operation ol Ibis law. mid U
Is pin eh a tax upon imlusliv
Tc ni'l it mnn who Is i titling off
i on pons unit receiving llie pavinenl of
Intel est inline) 'n lill'll In hii-diico' Ik
doing violence to Ihe lei in. lie Is no
moii doing business than a litile hlnl
in doing business which holds out Its
bill I'lid receives n vvuim finui Ihe hill
of Ks mother bird
.Mr Cooper As to the point of do
ing business, would It not he said that
.Mi ( arnegle has letiied fiom htisi
lii ss '
.Mr Mi Call Vet Of him It would
be said that he hud letlrcd f l mil bus
iness Now, what thuy aie Irving to
do in Mils bill, mid what I am trying
to point out. Is simply that tlie.v level
a tax agutiisl Industry, against the
light to ntuk, against the men who
me following out the command, m
the eurs", or whatever It max be
called, to earn their lne.nl In ihe
sweat of their blow, and thev tuki
and sigtegnte a uuuparatlvclv small
i lass of men fur puiposcs ol taxation
This bill Is not hiontll.v named, il
ls tin Itiiome tnx ol Cngliiiiil, where
Jneoltii-' ol UIGo are taxed Hut they
segiexnte n relatively small niiniliei
of men, one or two or thiee bundled
thousand, and the.v tul:e and cureliilh
lemove to a iduie of safety n mil that
gioup those who nie living upon In-
lieilted in accumulated wealth; and
tlic) tax the men whose should. th aie
lo the wheel and who are pushing
forvvanl the ludilsttles of the coualiy
und furnishing means of lleihood
It can hanll) he eiinleiided ih:il so
milch of this tax as is a lax upon llie
Income in leal esliite Is loiistlti.'lon-
al. Thai would oe dlieitlv In tho
teeth of a decision of the Supieine
Couit. When .vou exclude the 'moiuc
fiom I I'll eslate, .'.Inn )ou take nwa)
the incoiiir from sloe Us, which an
now taved tuiili"- the col pniatlon ait
or i ni Munition tux law, and which In
the te'ic.s of Ih t hill aie not taxable.
II h' not possible tor .vou to tU'ine up
Jlc, .nun n. hi ilmt yo,i ,ne going lo gel
out of (he pending hill Instead ol the
mi mi', cent sum of $i;o,0i)0,u(iu which
the g'-utleinan fiom Alabama pro
poses, and that Is such a matei lal part
if the hill that upon the decision ol
the mult upon (lie Wilson Income-tax
plovlslo't it would piubahlv vllrite I In
whole '.111 and make It all unconsti
tutional The I i I Is su ' in he followed bv all
Incii-isi In tin line ot l'eib'i il In-
The best cows obtainable,
rightly fed and well cared
for in sanitary surround
ings, assure us of a rich
milk, pure and wholesome.
After this rich milk
reaches our depot on Slier
idan street, It is subjected
to an electrical purifying
treatment and fed direct
Into sterilized bottles
which are capped by ma
Near the Country Club
one ncre of
A "0 feet
MIERK is nt) Mirer or better method
of develoiMiig than this individual
handling, care, and judgment, with
good fresh developer. Every film put
in our care receives individual attention.
Mouse, three bedrooms, Km
mukt, furnished $50 per month
House, three bedrooms MakiUi,
furnished $75 per month
House, Manoa, two bedrooms,
furnished $50 per month
Cottage, Knhhi nnd Kalani Ave
nue, five rooms, unfurnished
$20 per month
Cottngr, Young Street, two bed
rooms, furnished $35 per month
02t DCTHEL STREET
'ipiMtnio, who will exercise all liupil
nit Inn ivei tlic n!f,..is o. etei.v .nan ill
the i mini Iv Tlic cot porntlnuu keep
books. T'hc.v me public Institutions
li Is' a simple HiIiik for them to make
a Kt illll. It Is u simple thins lo In
spect their books Hut mulct tills law
evei) mull In the t'nlled Stales ii
liable to have the soulcea of Ills In
Icome icvealed; his books. If he kcepi-
their and mo-.' ol us do not keep
them nnd all ids aif.i'rs iminiieil lino
KiilimiKI Ave, Kulmukl: li-l.e.l-
lolilll (ottllKe. Willi lilt, Will
Impi "veil, inOflfiO 1250(1
llullillui; lots. I'alolo Illll, Mauoa
Valley and Kulmukl.
House and lot, I'alolo lid :'ill.l
Houses For Rent
Walalae lid :i It It V.nnu
.Manna Valley i " Tr. i.n
Manna Vallev 2 " 7., on
'.Mil mid I'aboa Ave .' " 10 00
Keelllllllilkll i 1)011111114.1' " 1,100
Ki'W'lllo 2 II It. jr.oo
I'avvaa, nr KIiik St 'I " lt.oii
Itiretaiila Kt II " 'T mi
1 Slid Matlmk Ave .. ..:' " -, r.u
I. u mil llo Hi :i " ! ;,(i
l.uiialllo St I :t-, no
Kalaliaiia Ave t " tnoo
.Man. i.i Valley . . . . " 4", on
Avfnue, on the c.ir line,
land with frontage of about
Offered for cnle by us the
fir t time today. Don't delny if you
i n desirable (ot on upper Nuuanu
Anue. Price $3750
is used by the buiinest man who
appreciates the value of time
lij insputois sent cut from Washing
ton, and tills would piodu, e i.n lniiil
FED OlM SANDWICHES
V ASMIVliTl'N I) C, Mar 1 1 -Thin
!- al.sollltelv no iliil lii the ac
1 1 x 1 1 hilar illspluMil ul tile Itooie
Mlt In nlii. ul rs tliisi davs They
.lie WlllklllU till re IliKllt lllld ll.IV Sllll'f
iheailniit of I'risH A hi nt ( K Davis.
Tlli f.ut was liirethlv llliistrateil lit 1
o'tloik thli uioriilnu. when mi emls
sui of tlic ItiHisivelt lioiun rushed Into
a Inn, lir. .i.ni In llie l.lnllj of tho
XI iin- x l.ull.lln.;. pulled out IS, nnd
said: ( r '1
Let mi li.ive elKlit dollars' worth .ol
niiilw h lies in iime Wrap tliein iii,
I". i tuse I have ll llllllKIV mob to feed "
'I'he astonish, d c 1. 1 1. lliiuiKlit llio
lllessellllil Ihilll the itniisevelt l.ooill
plin e was JnKiiif-
"Ad .vou In earnest?" he asked
lion't vou know how innnv sandwlchen
i will l.tix--'"
"Ves. I know nil about that, but wo
have ioiikIi p, i,i,, u, Ii.h,. i,ei n
woikhiK prni'tliullv nil nlKht who will
uisllv devour tlie ti'.n Banchvlches.' and
Ihe lunchrooiii man was swiimpi d with
tin i.nhi tor more than half an Imui
It. ci-ciil up i . r mil end pin. m lunu
In llie pl.ic. In ntlliiK t,,. iird, r
II ii I lei III Until Ads will flm II.
fContlnucd from Pago 1)
licit for taxi- ntnv exist inav I.. ..PI
li iuii of forei Insure of sin h li e
xx I f 1 ) oi 1 1 suit In tlii tax ii'-sesMir n
pill. Me am tlnii In til. IiIbIu -t lih'.l i
Tot i ,tsli. to siitisrv tin lien, tiv ll.. i
wiili iiilc i -it pinultles. mti iiuil i
pi lisi i iln, oi Ini lured oil ni. out. I ,l
tax Mm Hint snti . the surplus. If mi
to I.i tiiiibiiil to llie person t'mit-i
ntlthil. Tlie sale shall tie held it .r,
piil'lli iilme tiroper for snle on . x.
iiitlmi. nfter notice imhllsheil at luet
nine a wi"k for four su sle wnl.
iiiiini cllatc Iv prior thereto hi anvtii'W's
pnpit nf Keuiial elri'ulatlnn pulilNlieil
In tlie tnx- division wherein tlie prnp-
rlv to In sold l situate, or If there
be no newspaper then In nnv newpa
ih of KPiii'inl i Irciilatlon publlslieil In
tlm i liv of Honolulu Sudi notice shall
nlsp be pusteil lor n like period In nt
bust three iiinpli nous phiees within
the t.ix-ntliin division wherein the sale
Is to le held, one lirlliK nt n pnitnlflce
and one hclua on such land The no
Iln of sale shall lonliiln the name of
Ih- pel son ns-icxpeil nr from whom the
ttx- Is due. tlie ibarnrter nnd amount
or the tnx mill 'the lime nnd
pl'iie of sale, and shall warn the per--oni
nss, Hed or rrnm wbnm the tnx
is due t lint unless the tnx. Willi all
llltelest . , ,,,l ,rfnre ti,
lline of nle appointed, ths iiioprrt.v
will be sold ns advertised.
'The tnx asseisor oi his deputy shall,
on pnviuetit of tin purchase pilcp,
iiinke. ixeiiite and deliver nil .rnp(r
i iiiim vein es neeessnrv In the premises
uti'l Ihe dellverv of such ennveymipo
lnill vi st In tlie purchaser the tlthi
in the property sold."
The set (Inn ileiillnp; with the tnx to
be Imposed on automobiles fixes the
tix for automobiles mid other povver
drlvi'ii vehicles nt one cent for em h
pound In welllhl nf such Vlllhle. to lie
pel. I b the i. wnirs tin reef "In oYt r.
inlnlnK tin ainoiinl of tax for aiilnnio
blles and other power-driven vehlilis,"
lolltiliues the sietlon. "tlie wi lullt
taken shall be Hint of such villlcle
whin In orillnaiv use nnd with nil Its
iiessiirles nnd fittings. IncliidliiK fuel
W hen tlie tax Is paid the assessor
-hull Issue a sniiill metnlllc tair with
tlie rcKlstiml niimbir nf the innihlnc
anil vear marked on It. nnd this shell
he liuiiK on the license number or the
ni ii litne
The net plmliles that vvlure thl
lias not been done, the nssessnr stmi)
seiye the machine nnd buhl It for tin
'In v s ir nt tlie end of this time Un
tax slllill have bcin paid, loncthcr w Mil
a peiiiiltv of one dollnr nnd stnrnKi
i ost muttiis will be callfd sipiate If.
howevir. notlilm; is done within tlie
ten ilnvs. then the vehlile shall lie ad
vtrtlsed for Ihe davs In a newspaper
ami be snlil for cnsli I'mm tliettnioiint
reieiveil sliall lie deilucted tho amount
of tax nnd pi nnltv due. together with
Hie nisi of advi'itlsluu. stirne and
am llo in i r's fees If no ilnlm for
whatever surplus there nnv lie sbnll
be (IP il with the assessor x It Illll slxtv
d.ivs. Hun Ihe sutplus shall be pnld
Into Hie Tenliorv ns it Riiveinment
realization and all claim to such shall
The wntklnK of the act 111 respect
to rum imui nt imploves was lit foico
list i ir. when i'."i per cent of their
wanes was withheld.
All the othir ramlllc ltlons of tile
in I oi wtiiih itu above mentioned aro
onli tin niiiiiiiuis will lie sti liiKcntly
rail lid out
MM SEE ACTION
(Continued from Page 1)
Antonio and the third ul Sail Dleso,
have been si'lccted.
It Is proposed that one army, om
barkliiK from Mobile, hIiiiII liivnilo
Jlexldi fiom tho eastoin inast. A sec
ond army, ptuhuikliiK fiom San Ulen
will Invndo Mexico from tho westoui
i oast, rnnii San Antonio tho third
nrinv will mine soulli acioss the Itlo
Tho enmp nt Mohllo will lucliido
troops from New Vork, I'oiinsylvaula.
Now .lersoy, Jlnssnchitsclts. Maine.
New llampslilrc, Veimoiit, Rhode Isl
and, Mar land, Virginia, West Vhisi
tila, North Cnrolltia, Soulli C'aiollna.
lleoi'Kin, Kloildn. Alnhamn, Mississip
pi. TeiinesRce, Ohio nnd Kentucky.
Texas the Pivotal Point.
At San Antonio will untlier troops
I nun Illinois, Indiana, Mldiliiau, Wis
consin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Ar
kansas, Louisiana, Toxns, Kitnsas, c
hiiiska, Ninth Dakota nnd South Da
kota. At San DIcko troops will niobillo
fiom Montana, Wxinilnir, Colniiulo.
l'tali. Idaho, WnshliiRlon, (iroKou nnd
C'allfotnla mid Hawaii.
On Mnich 20 Sedotiuy Sllinson nil-!
vised tho ludKe Advoiale (Jeiiernl.
llilKmllur tlcncinl llnoch i'iowiIim-,
Hint he dcsiied to know wheilier a
law existed bv which he would ho en-1
ahled to di aft Iihi.iiim) militia Into tlm
noi'vk-0 of Ihe t'liltcd Stnios. I
(lonoiul Ctovvdor reportid that he)
loulil llnd no such law.
Not satlslled with this nilinu Secre .
Inry Stlmson appealed to Atloiuev
Oeiioinl Wlckcrsham tor his Iniiirpie-
tntlon of the law. The Attorney (Jon.
cfal endorsed the llndliiKs of tho Indue
Advocnlo (Schcial. I
t'lidei- Ihe iii'Kent necessity for ipilrkj
action, Sectoiary Silumon tlituoiipon'
liihtriictpil (loneral f'rowdor to foimu I
lain Biich leulslntlon iih would enablo
him lo (Iran tho mlllthi Into tho seiv
Ico of the. Iiiilted Status,
Such a bill was drawn and lutrodiu
ed Into Ihe House bv Itopri'simtntho
IVppor of Iowa. Within the laut week
Thsl'. Why YouVb Tired Out of
sorts IIsto No Appime.,
will put you tight'
in s lew dsyi.
Ioomiii, UJtjutlas, ui) Sick Htsiltcot,
SMAU nit, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICK
Genuine imu Bignaturo
House and Lot, I'lilann S l.r.50
House nnd I.ut, I'alutnn 2,000
House and Lot, Asvliim ltd. ... 1,750
limbless l'ropirty, Qusen HI. .. IB.OOII
lllllldlliB Lot, Ilcietniila Ht. ... HS.000
House mid l.ot,121h Ave, Kul
Ilullillnrj Lots, ICewiilc 1,000
Huslness Property, Kukill Lane 3,500
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
a number or sivre. henrincs on tho
bill have been held Seireiniy Slim
sou peisonallv arcued In lis behalf.
MAUI IS STARTINfi
(Continued from Page 1)
noun, piotests tn tin sinpe of ailldavlts
Wile pi i paled nail tlh.l with the t-iillll-t.v
committee mid will llkelv no In -fine
the Teirltoriat iiutrul i oiumltti e
for llnal aitloti Mr Coelho his al-o
llli-il siviral protests for tlie liriKidar
Itv of the nomlnatintii.
The nsult of the election of ilele
cntoH Is as follow'--
I'reclmt 1 (L-ihnlnul (' (Jay,
l'lmlnit 2 (lliiiiokiih.iii)-.Kala I'.ill.
I'reilni-t S (Ijihalnni I. Welnrliei
mei. M lli-imlnjj. IM Wnlnliolo. Win
rreilnit 1 (enow ulii) n ICnaimi.
IMvilmt 1-1' llcox. W T Itohln-
on II II I'euhallow'. I' l.i.o.lii.-ss
I'reclnit n W. ,T. I'm IIm (prolesl.'.n
I'liclnit 7 (I'limienel p p ll.il.l
vvln. 11. r. D.-liii it. W II. Hardy, Joe
I'reclnet S Abolished.
l'nclnit il (riiifiuliikiuO nd Wil
cox I'ricliKt 1ft (Kmla) I'hns Kealnha
I'liilnct II (Maknwaol S i: Kn
laiun rri'i'lmt l; (Ilniiiakuapokn) H A
Il.ihlwln, II Unlilnson, M. Nunes
I'reelnit i:t (llueln) v P I'omie
l'reelnd 11 (K'ennne) I) y Nnp.
I'liclnit 1", (NnlilkiO llv Iteuter.
l'l-i-iiiut lfi (ll.inal Kamakeii. Ka
liLOinwabopii 1'iiilnit 17 (Klpnhuliii J If Knpnl
I'reelnit IK (Kniipoi -Aalona Ifmiae
l'n-iliiit la (llnl.iunl No retiirm
I'leeinct ;n (I'ukniO No returns yet
I'Kiliul 21 (Kniinaknkal) (I I'.
I'reelnit 22 (Kiilnup'ipni .1. I) Mr.
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That's what our Diamonds are.
Our stock Is particularly clean
and flawless, and the variety
embraces every size and color.
In mounted stones we have an
immenso assortment of Rings,
Brooches, Scarf Pins, Lavalliers,
Pendants, etc, set with Rubles,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap
pliiros, and oil precious and
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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