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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M, WEDNE8DAY, IUAY 1, 1012.
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Crundcr In be knighted I sett, Ruth Onrtlcy, I.ouUe lllrvln,
H.umond Arthur Kbcrsnlc Genevieve "HocKtns, Pearl Kckum.um,
Nelson Now til
olc, Crunk Olrdler, James Wilder.
Crcderlck Watcrhouse, Donald Young,
I Hoy Graham, Cred Muklnnoy, Herman
I Alexander. Lniirrnrc Kennedy.
.Moiinliil I-ndlcs -Charlotte It.illou,
lllldreil t'liiirrh. Miiy (Iny. Thcltna
llnysehlcn. MiirRiiret llnngs, Marie
Knights Templars iind nnsplliillcrs
Herbert Coster. Charles Hughes.
I.uin Yen Chew, Alexunder Purls, Hon
nld Wutt Helmet Wlthlngtnn. Winer
AuiiKst, .lohn Cnssoth, Itnliiud lllgglns.
Cre.d Pctemon, Cnl You IMiu,
Low. Mnrrlncr Mulr, Vctnlla
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MAY 1, 1912
77m art of using moderate afciidci lo advantage irms praise, and often
requires more reputation than real brilliancy. La Rochefoucauld.
I'lic Bulletin in its Friday isue will publish the Graphic Charts
prepared by Mx-wrl 1 1. Gooding Field ns a result of his invci'igalion of the
administration of the City' and County of I lonolulu. These charts loll at a
glance how the money of the municipality is being divided and should be
instructive reading for all those interested in perfecting our municipal gov
ernment. I he charts mil occupy a four-page supplement and arc very nec
essary lo a complete understanding of lite text of Mr. Field" report recently
issued in pamphlet form by the Chamber of Commerce.
IIOLSTEIN AND JARTY UNITY.
National Committeeman I lolstnn previous lo his departure for the main
land on the very commendable mission of fighting the bailies of F'rcsidcnt
I aft in the National Republican Committee, let loose lo some extent in his
comment on the differences of opinion in the Republican patty.
I Ic unquestionably voiced a i-cnliment thai prevails among a very large
numerical force of the Republican party and more or less of it will undoubt
edly be heard from various p-cpL from lime lo lime.
One thing can be said of Mr Hols'cin however which he did not men
tion. He is firsi, last and always a parly man and will stand loyally with
the organisation. .
II should be bomc in mind by oh Republicans that no single faction can
carry an election or secure, the best results in government. Parly unity is
the secret of success and lo bring about a strong and thoroughly united army
of workers should be the aim of patty officials and all loyal men of the
rank and file. A united parly is the basis of efficient and progressive gov
ernment during the two very important years which the city and the Terri
It stands to reason that the friends of the Delegate will not stand idly and
quietly by and accept without resentmrnt or counter attack the daily sneers
and condemnation handed out to kuhio while he is in Washington fighting
the battles of the Territory, and standing guard lo protect the industries of
the islands from legislation most disastrous to labor and lo capital.
It all that his enemies say of him were true, il is certain that the Delegate
to Congress is showing himself much more of the man, more the courageous
and loyal American-Hawaiian citizen than the coterie of pinheads who arc
spending their time here at home making faces at him and thereby doing their
part lo complicate and irritate the local situation.
Delegate Kuhio commands the loya I support of an overwhelming majority
of the voters of this Territory. The s ame cannot be said of any other man
in the Territory, as against Kuhio.
In view of this fact and considering the great amount of important woik
that is before the people, especially of Honolulu, the folly of the continued
attack on the Delegate is at once apparent lo any sensible man. If some
are so blind that they can't see it now. they arc slated for a rude awakening
in the Fall elections.
vrn, ii.iiis iiiinsen. Richard O.irtley,
"iiii.ir i.iiiiimiy, John Srnville
f.oldfers Clark Cottrlll. Alexander
Clcghorn, Lelghtnn Dyer. Walter
VctleKcn, Anton Vctlcsen, lioiinur
Lindsay, Reuben Campbell. Ktlsworth
Derby. p.ml Cnssoth, Krncst Oruy, Wll-
mm luiniiKaiml, Lldrectgo Pond
Iloinnn Women Henrietta Bertel-
(Continued from Pago 3) niniiii, Heather Damon, Hernlce Jne-
Cormila (Miirtlin Cooke) made Ihejr W. Helen King, Nora Ijingc. Otisslo
Idea for Home The spcukiig parts Jlann, Thelnm MeQuiild, Marguerite
were all well taken Purl. Irmn Put ten, Dlise Phillips.
ChuYucters' Hlnnehn Reynolds, Harriet, Hlchnrd-
Cnlus Marcus Corlolanus. u Roman 0". Keiilolui Watcrhui-.o, Klnau Wll-
PatrlclHii Newton Tenriey Peck lcC Natalie Wood
Fablus ami villus, friends of Corln- 5. Medieval Civilization.
lamiH The CrusiideH
. Richard Itrunsted nitrides and Wll- Tlio parting steeds nf tho Crusaders
Ham Henry Dlnmnd were the spec tiieular feature of (lie
Tho Priest of Apollo .Thfodore Corbcs medli.vul portion of the pageant
Velurla, mother of Cnrlolaiius. s. . .. Astride their chargers the knights
"' Hon Kuplolanl Mario Tonso miiilo a vlKllmit seureh for tho holy
Voluiiuila, wire nf t'iirloliiiiiii Brail tliruiiRlioiit tho eolleRO uroumls,
- Alvlim RertruiUl, V Hloui returning for u Renerous round of np-
Cornclla, sister of Corlolanus ,f if plause Tho seeuo where knlslithood
',ii ' MurtliJ Love Cooko Is confcrreil on the novleo (Raymond
Two pons of Corlolanus. . Cbcrsolei slioweil effeitlvo Rrouplnu
OeorRo HoURl.is Crozler and John INSERT 5
McCallum Anderson I Scene II The conferring or knlKlit-
Kervnnt Paul Ondfrey DelanortP hood on a Crusader
rYlcnds nf Corlolanust Leopold Queen lima Wnods
Smith, Werner Hmlth, James Pratt
Nicholas of (Irrmany, Stephen of
rranep, lenders nf chllilren's crusade -ltoyden
Lindsay. DoiiKlns Cooke
Children crusaders Harold Harvey.
Krcd Hush, Lencrs Pari,, Hnlley
Savres. John Low
Women Crusaders Hsther ftlbb.
Mnrjorle Oulld. Oreta Mulr. rtrnre
Striliens. India Wnyson, IMnn I'erRii-f-cn
Monks Dudley Pratt. Lawrence Me
Lnne, Haynionil Sciulder. Rudolph
Sllvn. Sam Stacker. Arthur Wlnklev,
Walter S.iinon. Thomas SliiRlehurst
Nuns riorenee Olbb, Dorothea
Krauss. Deblile Lle. Alice MrQu.ild.
Anna Pratt, Huphle Shields, Ivy War
fen 6, Transition from Medieval to Mod
Merrle I'liEl.ind's Mav D.i.v IVstlvllles
The Clowning of tho CJueen iind tho
Ma.v Pole Dineo
History falls to slate that In the old
days nf "Merrle LiiKland" they had
"Croat lllg Heautlful l)nls" and niK
l,liiie bands led bv Alexander, .but evi
dently such must have lieen the rase,
for the (Jneen of tho Mav (riorenee
Deubon) and the .vouths and maidens
of her inurt found these tunes, ns Ad
dled Im the minstrels. Just the thliiR
lo dance to The may pole was deek
e.1 nut with ribbons of the college col
ors, hiue anil gold, ami the Interweav
ing of the streamers was most effec
tive .Those who took part were:
Mav tjueen Florence DcnNon
Pages of the Queen
Johnson Hon ami Henry Cooke
Mav Pole D.mcirs Dorothy Ashley,
Ortrudo Hlake, Winifred Hrown,
Svbll Carter, Dorothea Cooke, Augusta
Delaporte, Trances r.trHngtnn, Dnllle
Helming, Kllznbcth llnbdy, Luelle
llnogM, LIlKabeth Hore. Helen Mr
lino, Kiilamanu MeWayup, Hlixabeth
Mutch. Leln.iiil Chlllliigworth. Marian
Pdrls; Nellie Phillips, Ciithnrlce Pratt,
Margaret Sciulder, Vivian Sllvn. Hes
ter Smith, Hlamhe' Wlshard, Ilacliel
Woofls, Dorothv Winter
Minstrels Wlllard Abies. Robert
lleen, Trnnk Wlnler. Rodney Rogers,
Donald Hrown, Hotaiul (lay, Howard
-Johnston, .Harold Harvey. r
7, Modern Civilization.
The life of Columbus was chosen to
Oplfy the beginnings of modern civil
izntion Heautifully costumed. lMlth
Carter, as Isabella, and Samuel Wil
der, as rcrdlunud, welcomed the dls
covireil on his return. Alfred Wads
worth was Columbus The cast.
Columbus Alfred Wailsworth
Priest Joseph Chalmers
Indians James Campbell, Aula'y
Miieaulay, Tsok Choy Chack Tong.
Sailors and Olllcers I'rniicls Abel,
Sal Kee An. Hvcrott, Hrown, Leon
Kbersidix Harvey Hltrhiock, Davlil
Leong, Jere Smith, Chester Taj lor,
King Ferdinand . ... Samuel Wilder
Queen Isabella IMith Carter
I Page Donald Iliiyselden
Kmlly Cooke, Charlotte Hliikp,
Ld) Mutch, Lilian McChesnej
Columbus Alfred Wadsworth
James Campbell, Aul.iy Macaul.iy,
Tsok Choy Chuck Tong
Norman King, HurrowH Henshall
Priest Josetdi Chalmers
Court Ludles- Irene Ahrens, Kvelyn
lireckons, Helen I'lmrcli, Alleen Dow-
Vloli-t UtiBdm, Ajlelalde Prall
gaiet Htfevrtt, I-elln Webster.
Cilurllcrx rrunklin ItkiuirdMin, I
rr.in.cl8 Abel, Sul Kee All, JJverett
Hrown, Leon Hbersole, Harvey lllteh- '
cock David Leong, Jere Smith, Ches
ter Til) lor. ' I
8. Rip Van Winkle.
Play In Throw Acts
To tlfic. the vernacular. Joseph Jcf-
fiison lit his,, best "had nothing on"
lion Ihysttf iirijllli Vim Winkle. J
the tliree-nct playlet thai told Hie,
nry of lhe,ran)s ii1a)ed by the Knt
sklll fairies. fnrt Adelaide Pratt, ns
ll)e iingRhiR.'Dhiiiq 'Vnl Winkle, was
splepdlil,. f?l)ebas ,thy poise of an ex
perienced actress, mid her lines wro
Puller learly spokejv Tie cat.
Perel- INSERT 8
Howard nip Vim Wlnklo Leon HbersotB
Ihiine Van Winkle.,,. Adelaide Pratt
Hip's Daughter Judith. .Alleen Dovvelt
Voiiiik Hip. tho' son.. Aula)' Macaulay
Olllclal Person., Samuel Wilder
The Old Neighbor... Hv clyn Hreckon,
Peter Van dcr Donk
'.. Harvey Hitchcock
Henry Hudson James Campbell
Ills Men Francis Alul. Sal Kee All,
David Leong, Chester TiDlor, I'rnnk
lln Rlchurdson, Woods Peters, Donald
Villagers Irene Ahrens, Hverett
Hrown, Charlotte Hlake, Helen
Chulcli. Hmlly Cnokc. IMItli Carter,
Ruth Cartley, Loulxo (Ilrvlh, Hurrows
llenhnll, (Jeuevlevc Hocking, Pearl
Kekum.iliOj Norman King, Violet Mad
den, Hcllnda Murray. Lilian MeChes-
ney. I..vdy Mutcli, Jere .Smith, Hvelln
9. A Washington Tea.
Tho stately minuet, danced by cplo
ii l.l I dames and gentlemen, was tho
feature of "A Washington Tun." at
wlilch Archie Campbell, as the father
of his loiintry, and Llcauor (turtle)',
us; Maltha Washington, wire the hosts
An old -fashioned Cain Ice was the sec
ami and last danco of the number.
Those who took part:
(leorgo Washington. '.Arihle Campbell
Mnitha. Washington.. LJleanor Hartley
(iiiests wilt dance (a) Colonial
Minuet: fli) Old nishlonod Caprice
Cnloul.il Dailies --- Mildred Ch.ipin,
Lillian (lardiner, Ruth Starker, Mary
Iteiilon, Mary Smith, Olive Lindsay.
Colonial (lentlemen -Ralph (Driller.
I'Vrrin Lllswnrlh, David Itlilngtnii,
Ralph Williams, (Inrilon Wakellehl,
Musicians Hlakeley McStncker, O
C, 'IS. Donald HroVvii
10. Mln Columbia's Party,
"Miss Columbla'H Tea Pall)" was
the linal set piece ofthe p'lgeaul, and
with the beautiful siitule to the Hag
which every State a'n'd Territory, rep
len'iiled b whlte-ckjd girls, ami "tlio
men of the great west" in lough-riiler
(ostuule, (lerfor)ncil Uf a grand llnale.
Pretty Ruth I'tirrliiEtmi, beioniliiRly
gowiiqd' In red, white .inil blue and
clowned vv'llli, tho cap of liberty, was
Mlss'oluiubla. Hho.poke her rh) med
llqes clearly and vv lli;vprclon. Inils
Stipl'j, ,1)10)1, u.mj'IIaL. llnvbi Bam,
and David WIUiliiKtiui ')mih comically
good up Hrotuvr Joiuitliai)
Mfis Columhhi, who represents tho
t'nltcd StateH of America, Invites to
her party all the States and Territories
of tho Union.
The guests come, bringing with them
thflr-RirtsT-VlitcTi -nrtv' thu develop
ment of cJUIU.itlyn ,
rharnctwsii" . ; i
Cnlumhl.i Ruth rarrlngtnu
Uncle Sam TT.Louli Stephens
lir.othcr Jonathan.. David Witlilngtou
District of Columbia
Hawaii (Illy 1'IIU
States and Territories Maine, Mail
elhie Hurnett; New Hampshire, Flor
ence Chalmers; Vermont, Nuong Lull,
Massachusetts, Kutlo SliiRlehurst,
Connecticut. (ilad)'H Halsteiid; Rhode
Ishiml, Willont Jones," New Vork.
(Jrace Johnston: New Jersey, Suzukn
Yninamoto; Pennsylvania, Nell Walk
er; DclaWure, 'Nora M'u'lr; Mar) land,
Alice Llllnger; l' Virginia. Ruth
Hrown; W Virginia, Louise Wntklns
BUNGALOW FOR SALE
A bargain if sold at once. Six rooms,
3 bedrooms: gas, electric light, city
walor, sevverv Tino residence street,
MnklM. If sold on or before April 30
can be bought for $2900. Easy tors'.
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
House mid Lot, P.ilain.i
Ilouso mid Lot, Palania
Ilouso and Lot, An llim ltd. . .
Illisluess 1'iopclly, Queen Ut. .
Hulldlng Lot,' Hcmtonla St. ..
House mid Lot, 12th Ave., Kal
I Hulldlng Lota, Krualo ....
ltuolncf.il Properly, Knkul Lano 3,500
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Duilding
S Developers that Stand, -
LJLJJ oxidize -especially so in this climate. The only way we can lijJLJJf
pocitlvcly assure you of good results in developing nnd fcS?!;
IW$(Aw printing Is by mixing our developers datly and handling r$vyx
GS$C2 each film individually. vSk
Ey Go to Gurreys ffl,
DDltlNfl YOHR AHSHNCI:
li'RO.M TIIK ISLANDS we nre
prepared to manage )our estuto
nnd look after )our Interests
here Vou will llu.J it greatly
lo )our ndvmitage lo plncn tho
maiiaremeut nf )our arTalra with
a reoponslblo concern
Come and see us as to terms
024 BETHEL STREET
mlssaoks kou ships
rihlivld ip to 11
'barred fluid entry except b. Human Mid
' ..I...W.....I ..! I, .. .1
l'.ii'-ifl'f,, , uiKJIIIIl l.l III!' ,l'lll-
teriauiaii fruit lly Hut so fur as my
wnik Is concerned, and In this 1 can
peak In a measure for tin! Califor
nia authorities, there U a chance that
In it lew inonlhs oilier fruits may, be
suit to tho Coast. If II Is protedth.it
they nrv not 'hosts' of the fruit lly, I
Miall bo glad to roioniinoiid tllut tin'
' ban on tl'ieih bo lifted. '
'Cn 1 1 fori! i.i wants to work In har
mony with Hawaii' The Cullforiil.i uii-
, llmrllk'H mid tho Hawaii iiulhoiillcS"
line In harmoii) now mid work with a
clear mutual uiidcrktmidliig, and It
, would be a idly If false reports should
. illsliub that harmony
' ' We are going to try il plan whorohv
i i weet potatoes can he scut to the ('oast
.without danger of h-iving shipments
rejected That pi in will be to fumi
gate with carbon bisulphide. It will
. kill tho pests, and (ho uuesllou Is
wh'lhr It will hurt the potato Itself"
I Mr. Wcbilund doea not contend thai
the sweet potatoes lire seriously nf
1 filled here, or Unit there need be iiny
' tea re about their Infection wlwlovcr
I He sii)h that It Is only by very close
I cooperation ami Inspection that Cali
fornia mid llnwail can be sure of their
ha been ilemniisttaleil superior
lo hand development -
Hpccially with such n wonder
ful equipment us wo hnve just
Installed - n duplicate of that
used by tho Hastitiau Kodak
factor) - tho only up - to - dato
plant In the Islands.
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
(Continued from Pago 1) ' trade In fruits and vegetables He ex-
say emphatically that California's nt- in esses himself as much pleased with
lltude Is that of wishing to hold and Ihe mtlvltv nf the Territorial aiUbnrl-
rranecH Clark; North Caro- develop Hawaii's trade s and bollives that tho only thing
NO STRAPS TO CLEAN,
Made of the best Im
ported Hngllsh Pigskin
J'onjed to ti) close wlth
.Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
"That man lias been making that
same tariff speech (nr years urn! I
don't understand it yet "
"Certainly not." ropllod Senator Kor-
Klitim; "that speech Is llko u 10111111-
.drum. After you guess It, It's no good
"I'm nullo willing In propose to lilm
this year," sho said, "but I dread one
"Ami Hint Is?"
"Asking his mother If slio'll let lilm
Tlio Indignant Customer (who Iiiih
ordered rlilckoii-aiiiMinin pie) Look
liere, waiter, what's tho manor with
this pie? There's no chicken In It. .
Tho Walter Well, sir, you wouldn't
cxpociilo Iind a dog In a dog-blscult,
"Do you hollcvo In (ho Darwinian
theory, Miss Stuckup?"
"Yes; hut I go fuitlicr than Darwin
did, for I bellovo somo of our species
havo started on their return Journey.'
The Territorial Veterina
rian in his official .reports
rocognizes the efforts vie
are miking to supply our
customers with a pure,
rith milk from healthy,
That these efforts aro suc
cessful is proved by en
dorsements experts have
given our milk.
Una Pearl Maklnncy; South Curnllim,
Nuoug Laii, Mississippi, Lulla Arnold; I
Alabama, Dora J.ldKatc; Plorld.i, '
Stephanie Wichmaii; Louisiana, Grace
Stephens; Texas, Clsl Gay; Califor
nia, Myrtle Taylor; Arkansas, Made,
lino Chapln, Missouri, Victoria Horn;
Kentucky, atephanlo Wlchmart; Ten
nessee, Heatrlce riartlrtt; Ohio, Helcno
Morgan; Indiana, Muriel Peterson; Il
linois, Hrina Tarlcton; Michigan, Hcr
thn Uinz; town, .Kutlo Bluglchurst;
Wisconsin, Florenfo Chalmers; Min
nesota, Gladys Halstead; Oregon,
Oruee Johnston; Kansas, Nell Walk
er; Nevada, Madeline. Hurnett; Ne
braska, Myrtlo Taylor; Washington,
Mln HI11 LI; Idaho, Kennotlt Imnry;
Montana. George Bromley; North Da
kota, Lorrln Thurston; South Da
kota. Arthur FSouloi Utah, Hrnest
Mott-Mmtth, Colorado, lYnnels Row
ers; Aidonn. Werner Kmltli; New
Mexico, Mnymird Davison; Alnsku,
Kreil Peterson; Indian Territory, Kred
Maklnney; Oklahoma, Charles Rich'
Chorus, "Tlie March if Our Nation"
(Geibel), sung by all nations, led by
Tho pageant 1 losed with n grand
procession nf the characters Led by
tlin mounted crusaderH ami their In -dies,
iitd followed by tho other actors
In the order of their appearance, the
long Hue wound In and 'nut along (lie.
shady driveways of tho cuinpiis They
marched to llni stirring music of Her
gei's bund, anil tlio best tribute to tlio
success nf the entire performance vvns
that tho great iiiidlenco remained seal
ed until the tall of the ptpecssinn had
disappeared from view
Chance for Other Fruits,. '" " '" I (ireful that the present
"At the present timet (III fi lilts .jr'c citcc'esFful system Is not disturbed.
ICiiluiukl Ave, Kalumkl;
room cottage, with lot,
Hulldlng lots, Palolo Hill, Manoa
Valley mid Kaiiuukl.
Ilouso and lot, Palolo ltd Sl'OO
Houses for Rent
INSIDE POLICE POLITICS
(Continued from Page 1)
signed 11 pumilssnry note, Knlinlopiina
did not say.
According to reports, II. II. Trent,
limn Coupty Treasurer, paid tlio cmllre
amount of $2000 and tlin promissory
notes which tho pollcomon and guards
of tlio Jail signed wero turned over to
Wiiliilao ltd Sit It. r,0 00
Manoa Valley ...? 2 " 7f'i'n
Manoa Vulley 2 " 75 00
tub uud IMIioii Av? i " 40 00
KiruuinoUu Ai Uoi)iliils2 " CO 00
Kewulii 2 H. R- I r. Ot-
Pawaa, nr King St " 2r, 00
Ileretanla St 3 " it-M
VitA Mntlock Ave 2 " 27 S8
Lunalllo St 3 " 32 r.O
Lunalllo Ht 3 " .in 00
Kiiliikuuu Ave " to 00
Manna Vul'ley 2 V tCOO
That's what our Diamonds are.
Our stock Is particularly clean
and flawltss, 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
phires, and all precious and
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
'lllo "freo pass" clauso nf the pub
lic utilities bill was stricken from tho
measure III the Rhode Inland Semite
after a warm ilehulo.
Ilecoitilteatlnu of the entlro patent
laws Is now contemplated by the House
loiumlttco on patents hi collaboration
with I-dvvnrd II. Moore, commissioner
of patents. ,
lilm uy tlio County committee.
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