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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.,' FRIDAY, APR. 26, 1912.
8 V ENING BUIiLETIN
JAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
Oaily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallace R. Farrington, - - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
KVUINIPNO UUI.L.UTIN "'BUKLY MUI.I.HTIN J
cr Month, tiirwhtrt In 0 S .... .711 111 lla Moolet .o
Her Qusntr. o;wbit!nUS.... S.imj Per Veal, aojrwheit la U S I.imi
Pn Vr, arobciilnUS. H,uu Pel Ycsi 0TtJi o Ctnd. f.no
-tt Vest, po.u.ld, mrnti 13. oo Pl Veer xtld, loulcn 3.o
p i tidltorltil Rooms,
1 e''l BulneH OffIe.e,
viiicrcd si lbs fiwiortR.; si HniMiblu
. wnivUlu, mMlrf
Income la to bo divided upon the fol-
The Ilcgulnrs .ire at the same tlmo
Seventy-live per cent. Is to be ill- taking cognlznnco of Mr, Hrlstow's po
tiled ngaln ns follows
TWo. thirds .of the seventy-five per
r.t (llfty per cent of the whole) to
Itlon. Nonrly all the representative
of sugar Interests here soy there could
be n slight, modification of existing
no to .Miss Parker, nml one-third to .lotos without Krent detriment to the
Mrs Knight, provided this iimounts Industry. These have requested Sen
to not less than J3000 u month fur . ntor Smnot of Utah to prepare n sugar
.Miss Parker nnd $1600 n month for revision bill based on the Ideas set forth
-Mrs Knight -'if It does amount, to I by till those nppcnrlng witnesses
liss, Uie dellelt Is to be made up from , '"'fore the .Sennte finance committee
it is ucsircil mat lie should niaKe a
APRIL- 267 19.2'
the remiilnliiK twenty-live per cent,
The remaining twenty-live per cent,
under ordinary clrcuinstiinces, Is to be
in ed for benevolent or educational
ruirpbus as before mentioned, or for
divestment In rfnl estate ur other
ArtaiiKniicnts are made whereby
either Miss l'nrker or her mother innv
dispose of their share under the deed
lV Will' n't ll'ielr death, nnd the prop,
erty disposal If either dies Inlestnto
6lnf I Snrcnson, assistant man
ager of the ranch, Is to become trus
tee In ense A V Carter dies or Is
Incapable of serving
The trustee's bond Is fixed nt MOn,
000. nnd he Is given broad and liberal
powers In managing the estate
It is friction, not revolution, that destroys machinery. Henry Ward
SANITATION ANDJHE LEGISLATURE.
In view of llie mixed political conditions of the present time it. may be
better judgment for the Covetnor to refrain from calling a special session of
the Legislature to handle the all-important subject of sanitation for the city
The Bulletin believes that h spile of the political mix-up, belter
(tesults would be obtained on this particular subject wilh the attention of
ihe Legislature and the public centered on one issue. A general session
of the Legislature has not only the sime disturbing political complications
but also a great mass of olher serious and important work to be done in a
very short time.
However, since the Governor scerm to have made up his mind, ihe Bul
letin desires to remind its readers aid the people throughout the Terri
tory that sanitation is now and will continue to be the first and most im
portant work to be carried on by this commonwealth. If the loss of life and
suffering that inevitably follows in th: wake of lax sanitation does not ap
peal to the thoughtful population, they should then become interested and
active as a pure matter of "dollars and cents." Sanitation for Honolulu is
an investment in lives and dollars. It is worth while. Our people must be
constantly on guard.
, ;y Honolulu has proved that it can conquer the mosquito, but the proof
doesn't amount to much if we fail in any detail to continue the good work,
'and become conquerors at all points in the fight for a clean town. '
0F FREE SUGAR
(ompiislto chart of all the views ex
pressed and iirniiiKf n bill which would
liuet the opinions of all those engaged
In the sugar business. It Is desired
that this should become it permanent
law nml prevent the recurrence of
I proposed sugar legislation nt each ses-
'eloil of Cdngrnss. '
I t'p to this time Senator Smnot, who
Is a member of the llnance committee,
hns not drnfted his compromise meas
ure lie has only Inillcntcd that the
first plank will bo the abolition of the
Dutch color standard He piny also
lulvnt'nte the reinovnl of the differen
tial on refined sugars.
Such n bill would be similar to that
lined by Senator Urlstow at the ex- j
iraoruiuary session or i ongrcss last
venr Hi' estimated that his pl-.n
'voulil be eiitilv'alent to n reduction of
I, points In the. duties on sonar.
New IJrjttowfllll? , ;
Tin' bill ndtv ' offered liv .Mr Itrls
tow goes n trllle further than that of
Inst ycarj t Jtj t ovldds for;n modifica
tion of approximately 20 points
Much Interest Is manifested here In
the bill nrranged by Mr Hmoot. If
lie undertakes the task assigned him
by representatives of the sugar Inter-
.! llu ii'n.nu.V.nMl n llimllnir IiapI
siignV sMe jind k l) jitlllRclv he will '
go fnr In reducing protection
Mr Snioot Is not expected to take
up the work of figuring out n com
promise sugar. bill until the henrlngs
before the finance (mmlttee have
been concluded, all the. testimony
printed - and Indexed nnd the vnrlous
features nil outlined for consideration,
BUNGALOW FOR SALE
A bargain if sold at knee; 'Six room, ,
3 bedrooms) gas, electric Might, V city V
water, lower. Fine resldance .street,
MakiW. If told on or before April 30
can be bought for $2900. . Eoty terms.
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
House and Lot, Pnlama l.GS
House nnd Lot, Palama 2.00
.House and Lot, Asylum ltd. ... 1.7G0
IliislneH.s Property. Queen SU
Dulhilng-Lot', itertanla St. ,
House nnd Lot, 12th, Ave., Kal
i iniikl si
llulldlng Lots, Knwnlo l.n
Dullness prppeVty. Kukul Lane 3.C00
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Jurid Building- '
WA8HINOTON, t). C, Apr. 15.
"Tlure Is not the slightest danger of
the Senate loiicurrlng In the Housu
tree sugur bill, unless the Standpat
Regular Republicans become stlffneck
cd and refuse to accept some reuson
uble reduction In the duties on sugur.
The only possibility of favorable ac
tion would urlse from the Regulars
assuming an attitude of resistance to
any and all modlllcutlons."
This was the slgnlllcunt statement
inado to the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n correspondent
by Senator Urlstow of Kansas, the rec
ognized expert of the progressive Re
publicans on all matters ulTectlng the
tariff on sugar.
"1 believe there should be some leg
islation lowering the existing rates on "tors sut silent while Mr. Jones llajed
Mignr,' said Mr. Urlstow. "The people -their Idol, und, said nothing In reply
'Bf C. S; ALBERT.
( Hpecln I II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Correspondence )
WASHINGTON, D. I' . Apr 2.--Senator
Jones guve, (.'olonel Ituosevelt
u severe drubbing In the Senate re
cently. He took ull thu visible hide
off and tossed u little suit on the sore
places. He replied to the colonel's ob
servations In his Detroit speech ton
Iccrnlng Mr. Jones' attitude on the I.or
Iniir cuse. All the Progressive Sen-
WE all know that developer gives the. gMg
ll i n best results when fresh. a PPI
g5 Therefore we mix ours fresh every day flcm?
$3 then we develop by hand to sec results. Sj$
Oj Take no chances. Go to GrURREY'S OJ
Oct In nnd clean up Kverybody'n
. doing It.
.1'erliapa Explo'ibr Scott' Is lingering
Pineapple culture and preserving In
rery close to becoming "IJIr Uusl
acss" (or Honolulu
Let's be ready to meet "canal pros
Jerlty" half way ut least. In the
tates the people are making prepar-
Itlons to meet It nine-tentns oi
way. Get ready for the Canal.
Similar reports, like that mude by
II. flooding Field, by officials frank
enough to call a spade u spade, nnd
let the tuxpnyers get a fleeting
it "the South Pole to Bee how It will j glimpse of how their money Is spent
ilze up as a summer resort.
u most wholesome Innuvu-
'Reports of eastern banks state that
justness Is good and prospects are
trlght. If the cost o( living goes nny
Uglier these bunk statements should
)e' about correct.
Governor Frear has made no mis
nke In advancing Arthur G. Smith
o the posltlou of Deputy Attorney
feneral. Mr. Smith came to the fs
ands well recommended nnd he has
Huwnll ought reasonably tn expect
an unusual number of tourists dur
ing next year. It stands to, reason on
pretty good theory that there will be
thousands, who .intend to visit the
IUir, exposition In San Francisco, that
will come to the coast In advunce of
that J ear, und will want to see Ha
waii If it is brought properly tiwthelr
expect action of this character. There
should be no radical revision which
would destroy or even damage either
the cane or beet Industry. Hut tho
jpliormous 1 rofHsfliow! reaped euchvlur
oy ine nugar vusi sjiouiu oe reuuepu
4nd divided uifiong tile consumers. 'J
No "Free Sugar."
"There Is no disposition whatever
to remove nil tariff duties from sugur
und place It on the free list That
crisis will only arise If the regular
standpat Ilep.u,bllcans refuse to .ac
cept uny reduction.
"As the 'situation stnnds"the Pro-
gressives will not vote for the House
free sugnr bill The") will support 'the
substitute already Introduced by me.
Uut If the. ItcKulnrK will not .agree, tn
some moiuuciiiion l
Brazil has extended an Invitation to
lie National CofTeeman's Association
o send a delegation of twenty inept
iers to that country to study coffee
rowing. -Is It worth while for lla
vnll t6"ge' I" on tllls?
t The battleship Florida, recently
aunched by this country, Is the fast
est In the world, A battleship now-
idays muBt always be the something
t'at some tlmo before It Is sent to
. he boneyard.
.Mr. Iioruh, an original 'Roosevelt mull.
usked three or four iiuestlons regard
ing the I.orlmer mutter, but did not
take up for his friend.
t 1 t '. - -
Senator Jonathan Uourire's cnmpahrh
for reelection In Oregon Vst ilu'ust
'J7"siS, uceordlng toShls sworn statu.
ment llled with the secretary of tho
Senate. Mr. lluurnu. ,coiiluctqd ,hls
ciimpalgn from bVreJftie primary Is
to be held April 19.
The lurgest Item was (100 fur four
which tlm.Orwiou Uhm ur,vJiWH-i)r the
statements candidates desire tji, lyiko
to Hie electorate,
believe the Pro
gressives w ill
ote with the
The lu-euurit I'foniJlof. the 'smajlest
After a long lllnuss,
Morgan. Drum, wldoiy.if Oyn. Itlchard
Coulter Drum, IJ. !. A iluu
iDuniNO youit ausuncd.
FltOM "Till: ISLANDS ,vve aro
pij-piircil to manage your, estute
mid loiik afer your literests
here. 'ou ylll llnd lt' greatly
tit your advantage to ;ilace the
miinaKcmcnt of your uffulrs with
a responsible concern.
than have no legislation on the sub- the lute Judge Thomas Qlhbc Mor-
Ject. f ulso believe the Progressive-
votes for free sugar would be sutll-
ient to offset the Democrats who
would oppose the House bill
"H Is too early to uscertaln the pre
cise attitude of the Regulars, but I
believe now there will be perfected
gun of Louisiana, parsed aw'uy ut hrr
Home, 1-onKilriun, near lletliesdu, Mil.
Interment was In Arlington cemetery.
Mrs Drum was born nt lluton Ilouge,
Ui, January 4, .18.1.!, and wns married
to General Drum September 25. 1850.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs. HughcH
gress revising tho sugar schedule of
the Payne-Aldrlch tariff bill"
Those who have mude u careful can
vass of the Senate disagree with Mr.
Urlstow and do not think a sutllclent
number of Progressives will yote for
fre'o sugur to overcome the Doniocnitlc
defection This Is not even claimed
by the. Democratic leaders und Is dis
tillled by all the Republicans In a
(Continued from Pa;e 1)
farter's guuidlanshlp was ended
I yesterday morning, und In the after- position to count noses.
noon he was mode the fiverlord of tho' n
principality on Hawaii Miss Parker;
conveys to him all the property In the
great Parker Ranch, nil the stock the
ranch company holds In oltier' corppr
utlnns, everything fa the sum of
HO. Of course, it Is u trust deed, and
the trust ends ut the death of Miss
Parker or her mother. 'Mrs. Elizabeth
J. Knight. In legal verbiage, the trust
continues "to the death of the sur
vivor of Annie T K, Parker and her
mother. Rllxabeth J. KnlghL" That
f, the trust ends with the death of
either provided the other has already
('tunc and see us ns tn terms,
'j Co., Ltd.
It used by tho business man who
appreciate! th valus of timer
Personal friends of Mr. Roosevelt died
ire not at all backward In stating Miss Parker Is given 12000 a month
hat the Colonel's entrnnco Into the and Mrs. Knight J1000 ii month out
of tile net Income of the estute.
anvass. for nomination Is bringing
nore smiles of ussurance to his Dem
ocratic enemies than to bis Hepub
Five thousand u year Is Bet aside
for the euro and maintenance of uged
or Indigent employes or ex-employes
of the ranch The queen's retainers
will be well looked after, und out of
How about that second clean-up tli I fund also there will be mortey for
"iiyT Unhealthy mixtures' of gnrbago other benevolent and educutlonul pur-
nd ashes, and mosquito-breeding tin poses,
nns nrn nenln accumulating on the Division of Income.
ncant lots of the city, and ut any
ima "results" may be looked for. The
nly way we cull keep this city eter
nally clean Is to keep eternally nt It
Slth the rake,
This 12000 a month for the little
heiress is only until the estate clears
awu some Indebtedness, After that,
It Is more. When all Indebtedness Is
ileared away, and after ,lhe aforesaid
charges have been paid, tlu'n tho net
jjVIU What do you think of Champ dressing we shouldn't have missed the
UjtBli IhAAt-tl 9
nill I think It Is being hounded to
i'Mary. where Is that chicken ,pio
told you to heat up for me?"
TTienri T 'nvn lipnton it unt"
jsitiKft ' .. .
lie If you" hadn't ,been so long
She And If you liadn't hurried mo
so we shouldn't have so long to wait
for tho noxt.
TeBS Really, was It a love match?
Jess Nonsense, Iio'h old enough to
be her grandfather. She simply mar
ried his money.
Toss Of course, but you dop't I
Ijllll buu luiua-.juvovj, HM v(-r
Jutt as It comes from a
healthy cow, fed on pure
ind slmpla feed tho fra
grant fioldi of alfalfa. Ev
cry precaution taken to
Teiervo that condition of
flavor and purity.
This It what wo aim to
lervo to our customers!
ind If wo are not mil
laken, the official report of
the Territorial Veterina
rian indicates that wo aro
making a strong effort to
Jo to. Tho bacterial count
.if our product, electrically
treated, It triumphant
proof. that wo aro going
about it right.
legislation at thisi sesttlon fit ((on- Ollphant, and nil adopted daughter, who
wus very ueur to Her, airs. Irwin Turr,
duughter of Oenerul Ddum's brother,
Thomas Lang Drum; as well as her
grandchildren, Richard Coulter Drum
Hunt; Henry Jackson Hunt :ird, Thus,
(llhhes Morgan Ollphsnt, lieutenant In
the Fifth 1-ield Artillery. U. 8. A.;
Miss. Margaret Coidter Ollphant nnd
I.M Campbell Ollphant.
Mrs. Drum wus of a generation fast.
dlsuppeuilng from Washington. I.Ike
her lata husband, she wns known to
.her Intimates as a woman of quiet,
I gentle life, .devoted tq unostentatious
1 charity. Her home, for years, wus
I noted for its hospitality until her
health began to full. For some time
she had lived a retirement nt her
In priirr. tn glvo to the United States
navy olllferi), u rank commensurate
with the linnnrfnii're' or their rolil-
munds, llepresentatlvo Hates of Penn-
'utrll'ntlln 'li hiumtinii !-. 1A llnllia iint-tt -.
nj liuiiMV) tt, iiiruiuii tj tiiv iiuunv voiii-
mlUee on nuv'u'l aftatrs, has Introduced
n lilll on the rfubject which provides
for an admiral wdour vice udmlrals
on thn active lst,j If the bill becomes
a law the greu( leets ,of tho United
States will be' commanded by on ad
mlrnl who vvlfl"hKvo entire charge of
Uncle Sam's floating fortresses and all
the accessory 'Vessels. It Is not the
first time such u 'bill has been Intro
duced, although Representative Dates'
present measure provides for more high
olllcers thun nhy (irc'y'lops measures.
hus been left' untouched
tlve Hates said:
"I simply don't know what olllcers
would be ulTeeted. That hus. not en
tered Into lny considerations In this
bill The olllcers to be mude admiral
and vice ailtnlralivvould be selected by
Ihe President and the Secretary of the
Just nt present the United Stntei
navy presents a sorry spectacle from
u "gold. luce" point of view, as Kng-'
laud, France, (Icrmnny and Japan huvt
100 olllcers higher In rank than am
olllcers In touunnnd In the United
! Secretary Meyer of the Navy De
partment has written n letter to Rep
resentative Kates In which he says:
! "The depurtinent believes that thi
, enactment of u measure reestablish
' Ing the higher grades of Hag oi!lcer
" ' 'bus now beioine uu urgent necessltv.
I This upiqlou Is based on the principli
I thut rank should b couuaensurati
with the Importance of the command
Ileur admiral Is the highest grade held , nhuultl be higher than that of su
by those having coniniunds In the navy I ,rdlnnte oltliers In the suine corn
lit present N ' ,'mund; also on a consideration of tin
If the bill becomes n law undoubted- national Interests likely to become In
ly there will be activity op the part volved"
of live nuvul olllcers who would like Speaking of the grade of admiral
to benellt by the law Hut whep Rep- Representative Hates Mild today
rescntatlvc Hatef, was asktAl loday who' "After the Civil War the countn
the live olllcers' woald ft 'his M'jily put the navy on a peace bus.1 un
Indicated that as far as the House of abolished the grade of uitmlinl un
Jtcpresentalves and ltd nnv'al cdintnlt vice admiral The country wanted t
tee lire concerned the iVeisoiuilVlement do uwliy with big llccts and theAiner
has been demonstrated superior
Hspeclally with such a vvonder-
U'lJtpl'reqAlpnie'nt'hiiJvive haVe, just"
pivo-teu a. .uupucaui. oi innv
used by the lastman Kodak
factorj the only up-to-date
plant In. the Islands.
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
Knlmukl Ave., Kulmukl; 2-bed-room
cottnge, with lot, well
Improved, 100x150 12500
The ladies of tho
will hold a grand fair at tho residence
of A. F. Cooko, Kalmuki,
SATURDAY, MAY 4.
Many beautiful fancy articles, in ad
dition to deliciout refreshment!, will
lly Intelligent young man. who has
had several ears' experience In of
fice, as well as In all brunches of
plantation work, with best recom
mendations. Address "T II," tills
llulldlng lots, Palolo Hill, Manoa
Valley and Kalmuki.
House and lot, Palolo lid
Houses for Rent
AValalae Rd 3 B. R. J50.00
Munoa Vulley 2 " 75.00
Mupoa., Valley .,.... ..2 " 16.00
Oth and Pahoa Ave, ....2 "-- 40.00
KVeuuuioku li Doiiilnls.,2 " CO 00'
Kewulo 2 B. R. J1500
Pawua. nr. King St 3 " 25.00
Deretnnla- St i...3 " 27.50
1266 Matlock Ave 2 " 27.68
I.unnlilo Ht 3 " 32.60
Lunutllo St 3 " 35 00
Kulakuua Ave 4 " 40 00
Manou Valley 2 " 45.00
icun Hug was carried Into foreign ports
on a lot of old tubs. Uut now we
nuve a greut fleet und the command
of the. Heel should be pluced In the
lands of olllcers of proper rank. The
luthprlzed number of Hag olllcers In
'.he liuvy now Is clgbteen rear ud?
n Ira Is."
The Hates bill has been referred to
ho committee on naval u Hairs of the
'louse. It will probably be brought
IP lifter some of tho appropriation bills
re imposed of. The bill provides that
he President shMf Culminate "and by
hd Avltli the consent of the Senate,
-ppolnt tho vice admirals from olll
ers oiutho iictlve list of the navy In
he grade m rear admirals who have
'eretofore or 'who shall hereafter have
erved creditably 4uh such rear; ad
ulrals In command of u fleet, squad
on or division of the navy" Tho
idhilrul Is to be uppolnted In the same
,vny from tlm list of vie, admirals.
"he pay of uu admiral wouliriie $13,'
00 ii yeur and that of vice admiral
H1.000. Iloth grades would have sub
tantlul allowances for quarters. Re-
irement Is provided for at the age of
ilxty-llvc, with tliree-fotirtliH pay.
Western coal has been found unsult
ible for the use of the nuvy except
t shore plants, on tugi and other ves
els which would not be expected to
jku part In hullle.
Comliuratlve tests held aboard the
"rulsers S"est Virginia, Colorado and
laryland have convinced navul out
ers that It would be unwise to give
reference to Western coul, which Is
aid to produce excessive amounts of
sh and snot, which tend to clog tubes
nd grates and have a certain de
.trucilve erfect ort boilers, which would
e,,u very serious mutter In war time.
The Navy Depurtinent is keenly In
crestod In Uniting .some coul In the
Vestern States which would burn as
veil us the eastern coal, and to this
nd further tests of other coals will
e held us soon as vessels are nvall-ble
That's what our Diamonds are.
Our stock it particularly clean
and flawlen, and tho varitty
embraces every lio and color,
In mounted ttonot wo have an
tmmomt. attornment of Rlngt,
' Droochet, carf Pint, Lavallleri,
Pendants, etc, tet with Rubiet,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearlt, Sap
phlros, and all precious and
c-JJe,' mAmiJi$ .