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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H., FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912.
"E V E ATT NG B U'l , LETIN
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7 ic noblest spur unlo the sons of fame
Is Ihtrst for honour John Hall.
THE ARMY ANDJTHE CIVILIAN
Maneuvers in winch the army and nay stationed on llns island arc now
engaged should be a reminder to the civilian of the important position wc
l.old in the scheme of American strength and development in this part of
'loo often wc think of tlic war eshlilnliment on llns ishnd for the good
it tlocs us in a business nay. It increases the population, the American
population, and is mighty welcome. We need all the American citizens uc
I here's another plnsc of it lo he remembered These forces arc pro
lecling our people and their interests. '1 hat places an added rcsxnsibihty
iiKn the civilian and the civilian government Our whole equipment for the
more perfect sanitation and more complete supplies of the necessaries of life
for the soldier and the civilian must b: kept up lo the same high standard
as that set b the army and navy in its administration. Honolulu can't sit
idly by and be taken care of. Our people must do well their part. There
must be most crfcct cooperation between the military establishment and the
civil government. Not only the good will evidenced by polite social ex
changes, but also the unremitting and efficient attention to public duty that
will make this the most perfectly controlled, prosperous and healthful island
in lime of peace which can at a moment's notice be transformed into the
best possible fighting machine, should such a remote necessity ever arise.
CELEBRATE THE FOURTH
If the Hcalam bo)s or the members of any of the boat clubs of the city
and Territory, have crews that will be available for races on the Fourth of
Jul certainly every effort should be made by the cilizens of the town to pro
vide a celebration program in which these crews shall have an important
J Reference was made in these columns some days ago to the steady
spread of the movement lo make the celebration of the Fourth sane and safe.
This idea should work in admirably with llic present situation in Honolulu
where the Fourth of July celebration has passed almost to the stage of in
Wc have gone through the stage of extreme enthusiasm. Wc have be
come disgusted with the lirccracccrs and the dangers of "llic old lime"
Fourth Wc have had our fill of the monkcyshines that arc not appropri
ate to the sentiment of the day. And we have reached the point where
wc do nothing or celebrate in a cold, nerveless, lackadazical way.
Why not break into the celebration business again and go at it in a man
ner that will interest and inspire the oung men and women, the bovs and
girls, and at ihe same tune fire the patriotic ardor of our people by a good
presentation of the good old American ideals in i style that will be remem
bered with pleasure and with profit?
It can be done. Why not go ahead.
' Tho mllllomilic damps nro getting.
loin f oxpurlcmu Hut they nro out
to I nun
Picsldcnt T.ft Ih tho man In
htrnlghlcn tiling" out nnd that a what
the country needs
Itodllgucs Ih (apturtil, liut what has
liriorno nf tho prison wall Unit cun
hu tut with it tin Hioon?
If : on don't think 'hit t'liro U real
woik In being n soldier, Just tiikn a
look in the ntitllt when it Is ulltld
Kanal'H holt road (unda were hand
led hy tho County Supervisors If tho
party plcdgo had boon kept, thuio
would hnvo been fur less trouble on
Ono of tho first necessities of n
strong military basn Is porfect health
conditions Whllo tho nnuy Is In t!u
field and whllo tho iiriuy Is In bai
rjeks, tho duty of tho clv'llnn Is to seo
Hint llnnolulu Is a clean town
Tho IlostesB I should liavo a pet tho dlrforoneo between farming and
fett horror of dying unmarried. I "B.r'V,"l,'"ro'"
Tho Caller Its havlnc to llvo that' "e"' im H"" fnr fHrmllJK you need
Iho caller Its having to mo that p,0H nm, n ,mrl(itt nm, o(her Jn
wiiy that worries mol ments, and for ngrlcultuio all jou need
.. . . ., , . , , , ls " loncl ai a I,leco of paper."
'(olng to the ball tomorrow night,
Sir. Lankoj?" Willie Mother nlwuvs carves when
'"I hanks, Miss Peacliley, I will; I wn have compaii) to dlunei
bad forgotten that It Is leap )car." I Uobby: Isn't jour father ablo to?
Wllllo: Guoss ho ain't ablo to with.
"Futher," asked Johmi), "what Is out Bayln' tilings.
ftnlttcO it the Potoflicc .1 Honolulu
14 nemml-cliisi rattler
MAY 10, 1912
Acuiidlnt, to. all uppeniuntes, tho
men t minting up Roosevelt delegates
aro figuring up chic am heloro they
mo hutched from tho llcpti'jliruu Na
When one reads Mr Hotihovell'B
Worcestei speech on his old friend
Hill, ho rim't inako himself bellovo
that n of Hawaii over had any pol
itics of tho hitler brand
Doesn't It seem ns If thorn vvero
something wrong when tho Territory
is in tho position of appealing to
philanthropy In order that Its girls
and boys may bo saved by being
taught bow to work?
Very likely tho man who cnliUd iho
Hamtis report story to tho mainland
preas.belloycs In it No ono else docs,
and a great amount of needless Injury
has been dono tho Territory tlirou;;h
tho folly of tho combination.
flic uitlrr ltnpld Tnui!iltivlriii no
far nK lt ptving Is contrniil Is to
overhauled ami rinovuUil, said W
It Caxtlo this morning
III fnct," rutil Mr Castle
already started "
lie w in asked nH to the question now
before the Supienio Court. Involving
ttie obligation of the iiimp.iti) to pavo
between Its tracks nnd for it foot on
tilth side with the sunie character of
paving as ,s us.il on the itiljicitit
street Tli question Ins gone to tin.
,..., ...i ..,i
tiiteinint nf fuels bj the llupld Tran
sit uinpuiv und ttie Tsrrlttirj
We are going nliend without unit
ing for that question to bo si tiled."
siild Mr Ciitle 'The work wo nro
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... i.i.i.. ,,. till Ull.pril riinn .in... in
tht tlouulnun set lion '
Tin wink Is txptiiHlvi, but thotnin-
Itiiii) s rialuhl-e I n n i ull.tr tmt In,
nils rfsptti -von Kiinu. s.tui Mr I
CnMIt IiiiikIiIiir tli.it Ihls reqtilre-
on nt is n rtlk of tin old horse-tar i
lots The ltuplil Trnnslt ears, of
tour-i ilo not Injun the iiivlntj tunny
iiiprii Inliii dit.rte
ORDERED TO KEEP AWAY
'ndtr the lesal pllotnRo of his toim i
sel I A Mai;oon, It M ( uimlnir, llioweiit after him the it'ltirntil empty
pitifptHlniiiil Hinge Jnllbrenker, who Imiuled.
Ihroatened tho llfo of bis wife, appear i I'eiidlui; Iho Invesllgnllon b Chief
ed before IiidRe Munsarrnt this morn-'
Ihk In I'olltc Court and had his taso
continued for tilnl until net Tuesday. i
Ma 14. In tho meantime ( iinnlnc Is
not permitted to cotnmunlcnlo with
' Keep nvvnv from Mrs Cunnlim autl
do not molest her In nu wn," shout
(d the Mnitlstratc from the bench to
All rlfiht, sir" acquiesced the tie-
Cunnlni; was in court carbetl In .u
clean summer suit and kept close to I
lila nllnrnni '
Upon tho oponlnc of tho ease. Pros-
ctiitor Drown suited that the defend-L
uiu nan ueen seen urmiiiu mo nouso
of Mrs CuiinlUK Inst night apparently
cxpec "UK lo Bet into communication
i,i, iivi in.- -, tuu miiii ,u
struct dcfentlnnt lo keep nvvay train
eomplnlnnnt iinlll tho case Is disposed u , ,,,,, r.,,.,,,1,,,, llt tM0 v.
of In court, which tho MaBlstrato tlld.kkl nl, Mll8tcl ncar ,11( croi
IN "SWEEPING CASE"
In the I'lillte Court this nioriiliu,' M
I Pent tliorgeil with swicpinir unit
tlirnutiiK rublilsh, dirt und othtr ob-
slrtittlvi' stibsliiiitts Into tin strut
uppuircd for 1 1 fill but nt the reqiiLst
of 1. M Htrauss. who represented him
the case was postponed until next
Tliursihi) Ptrrj did not nctti.ill) '
Ktlon tlm rnliliNl, unit ntlinr tliltti. '
Into the stieet, it Is Laid, but was ar-
resttd b yiirra beintisi' he was re
sponsible for the action of two llttlo
PorttiRuese bos who did the work
lerra vmih itlsii In mint this tuoru
Ing with Chief Ittiail (lvtrseer J A
CililvvrJI It sis said Hint Ciildnrll
Inslrtittiil Vltrrn to imest those who
violate the iiiiintt ordlii into mucin-
nit the throttlni; of rtibblsli onto tho
Another compnns to contract for
now vessels Is tho well known Holt
lino which opcrnles a flict of slxty-sl
steamers This line now has ordered
ami under constitution eight now llu-
..an. iiiq i ,iiiti',it,j uiuiin (,ii ua ri nui;.
enlargement or Its sorvloo with tlisj U-n t ," said he,j'to prove the iillign
npcnliiB of tho Cnnnl, and haH underjUon of extrunt-) irueltj 'HioukIi he
tiiusldorntltin a Bervlro from lluropo i'n Imvn been abusive, of it stirlv.
to the North Pacific via the now wn- '"Id, bloodless disposition, though lie
terwny tdiiv tiitve ttssiiutttd her iiititbtr. Ms
-' ' tlioukh he um liuve taunli d
Many of tho hot woather
ailments peculiar to chil
dren can tse traced directly
to impure or low quality
Tho milk we aupply to our
customers it absolutely
pure and very rich. It it
endorsed by the Matron of
the Kauikeolani Children's
(Continued from Paae 1) '
Rote Praises McDuffle. I
I Deputy Sheriff Clins II Hose today!
'staled that McDtifllc made n very olof-
or catch of the prisoner, lie prnlsed
the Chief of Detectives for placing bo-
hind prison barn ngnln n man who Ih
M dangerous to the Rcncinl comtiiunl
".McDtiftlo mnde n pood nnd clover
, entch, wot thy of the prnlao of tho do
1 pnrtinent," said Uosc.
I Rodrlcjues' Record.
Itodrlguos has been nt hrgo for
. about eight inontliH Ho broke nwnv
'"'"' coumy jnu micr iimnm
, through "" 'v ttn11 ,,f " rc" ""
.September IC. 1011 Itodrlgucs wns
., . ...... .... ..-.. , ,....
On,.M..n...l in nHn .
Bcntcneeil to one ear'H liniirlsonmeiil
on April in, 1011, for biirglnrirlng the.
house of .Inliii Knmnnoulii.
On tho night of his cm nix- from tho
i Jail, Itodrlgucs cut a hole through tho
wnu wun n tin spoon aim inou sutpou .
through tho nperturc Ilo was nrst nr-
rested, tried nnd convicted In tho Pol
llco Court tin July 3o 1hi" mi thieoi
clmrgos of grand larcens I'or (ho
nrst orTonsn hi, wns srnlotirod In lm
nrioonmcnt for one scar. rI tiinntlih
rnr ii,n Bpf.,,.,,1 nnit iv ,llnnii1H for tho
(i,r,i rhnruo. On Mnv 2n. 1018. Ht
drlRiics oHcnpcd from Jail nBnln, only
to bo nrrestotl not lonr; nflerwnrtls. On
Mn 17, I'.llO, he was sent In tho
reef" for si months on a chargo of
DiiiIiib lili long period of llhcrtv
JtfitlrlRiicH hnH been repoiltil steli by.
tllfferent iicoulo em several ikhisIoiih,1
hut evorv time the polite olIHers
.Metiiilllp. Itodrlcues Ih locked up In
commiinlcndo Tho leiiroseulnllves of
the press vvero not perniliitd to Inter i
view the prisoner ttnltiv
u, - i, iir,iii,nii i
rcj u0 )car7
Your opportnnlO and especially tho
I, ,1i,iri.n-. ,n cl,itivftie and m.iko tho
ncmm,Illnmo ot nuij, sociable benr
mm i,u toninirnvv nrternoon, when
. ,,.,, T,,, , ,i, , , ,hip tii.
of the Thetis crew has been before
tlju mast of tho TJhetls for some ycnisl
i1 Itnu i, Inirn neioinliilnnro nloutr'
tho wnterfiont, hut tomorrow even
landlubbers nro lo meet Ills Ilcnrship.
No, thero Is no adnilsslon lo bo charg
ed, jou'io Just Invited mil to tho Inn
nnd nskctl to he ns sociable as Iho
(Continued from Pnoe 1)
Attoinej Thtmipsun nigulnir on bis
motion. In dismiss, took tills station nt
us the basis of Ills lOKlt lit tutu n
liuiiibtr of court decisions in illvorti
tnsoH in which tho rullni; has bun
made Hint ixtnmo cruclt dots not
hold noli km the complainant s litallh
llns bt in piriiuuentl Impaliid i the
alillsis of tho tlefi iitliuit
. "Tin re must be coiioborutlve tvl-
htr ami ri the sake of this motion
we will admit all these tilt I e has In tit
no corioboriitlvo lUilmii to plow that
hri health has lit en pernmmiitl lu
'junl or cntliuigtrLil."
Attoiuts IMi-ih argutil that the law
' did not iltniniiil a showing of 'piruii-
n lit linpiiii nient of litallh, und thin
esh.tUhllttl) it viewed tht enthe inse
'I In stm k exthange session this
morning huh livelier than for soiiu
d.ijs 'lln pilnclpjl activity ttntin'd
In I), rim (Haa mid Onomea, and lliest
Hit 1 1 all sbowtil much strength anil
good il. man. I Ouhu was at .' US.
Ohm at 7 STTi ami Ouoinen at til
'lodu vviih dlvldiud tla for Witl
luku, Jl SO, Hutchinson, -'. and Pa
li ulinu Jnc
I orouil iiiinotiut run nt Is imtdo of
tin nliiinl piibllshid plans of the
tinliii Itiillwuv compiiny to Int reuse the
tapltiil stot K rniin J I 1)001100 to IMI00,
000 us of Jiilj 1, 1912, by tho Issllalieo
of loooo pub! up shait s of tho liar
value or ) nm tach
One of tht largest of rttent deals In
Plonier was intuit, jcstirdaj tifttrnoiin,
whin Ilroktu K'tiiditll of Iho Hi my
Wiiturliimsi 'I I list put through a dial
or ilvt liuudiiil shuns of Pioneer at
A leduiilon In tho roBt of llro Insur
nnce to .policyholders bj tho curtail
ment of tommlsslons paid to agents In
lilnelceu Wesiein States, Is said, will
insult It a lopoit uf the cuminltteo on
IllO merging of thu Wostflin tlnlnn nt
' Tiro I'ndoiwilieis and tho Iliirenu ot
Tiro laideiw liters ls adopted.
Near Collage Mills ear line about two
blocks away. Marine and mountain
For Sale Now
There is a Inroe frontage on street. The
place has been much improved.
Bungalow with View
Which can be rented if purchaser de
tires to buy merely at an invettment.
Price it 56000.
iwuiKd Youit ausiinci:
l'llOM TUP. ISLANDS wo are
prtpartd to tnannge vour estato
nnd look nfttr jour Interests
hire You will Ami It greatly
to jour itdvantngo to plate tho
management ot otir uffiilrs with
a rt sponsible concern.
Cume nnd sec us us to terms
024 BETHEL STREET
H llinnif I Mil nrilIAII
a W (H"A")fll Hr (l N a
Ilr.ulford I.cavltt made tho follow
ing picllmiu.ir) lemurks tin the occa
sion of tho President's attendance- at
his church In Sun l'ranclscti
Wo aio honoicil this mninlng b)
having piesent worshipping with US
j& Cheapness is not our main concern
tm v ..!ii i i ii r:i i... I
ilintail t ncrcior wc bin i iiuvuuip ;iu nuns uy taww
MK liaiul because tnere is no oetter way. mfM
We mix our H T TTC T? 1? V', ffl
yjj developer daily OUllXlLY O U
VvA3 1 r rjSVfZc lWZ43 1 ,. I I KJMjLXi7J LU Kc?V(ci I r I Eil r.iJ xL2
9tb und l'ahoa
Artesian St 3 11 11 .!0 00
llirctnnla St a 27 SO
LuiuilllorHt 3 " :ir, 00
Luuullln St. ..' 3 " 30 00
UliO Matloclc Avo 2 " 27 SO
Judd St 3 " DO 00
Kahikatia Ave 4 " 4000
Manna Valley 2 " 4100
Mnklkl St 3 " 35 00
Kalllil ltd and lleckley St 4 " 3S00
Nonpareil, rterctnnla St. ..2 " 22.50
mi:ssa(ji:s rou ships at si:a
UP TO 11 13VKIIY
Iho President or tho United States.
Ktilmd) biought President Tnft heio,
lie caiuo becauso ho vvnntctl to come,
because It Is his custom nt homo and
nbroid tu attend divine service on
Sunday. Wo aio grateful to him not
so much for tho honor he doos this
chui cli us that ho Is a man not
afraid to hold ntul nnununco his reli
gious convictions, liecauo he docs not
keep his politics nnd religion septrnto,
and because as another has said of
him, no reasonable man can fall to
sec In bis straightforward (leuimout
of an often misunderstood and un
popular denominational connection,
tho qualities that make for righteous
ness and Justlro In tho land "
Those who assure us Hint the old
luoinl Ills til must disappear because the
religious are disappearing, tiro strange.
I) iiilstukiii It wus not the religion
that formed the Ideal, but the Ideal
that irnvo hitth lo tho reliulons
Mmc J,,,, ,, rm(
l 'holding iibout. seeking for nnj thing
I,ew ,mrl li'nso It Is new, and
a mental truth that we cun not get nvvny
....." . .' .
from If wo would be snno and sensible,
Is proof or feeble grasp on llfcs rc tl
When wc see people wenry of well
doing Hitting around sonic spluttering
iiindle of the occult, or rolling vacant
e.ves In udoinllon of some new found
thing tli it tbty f.inej they believe, wo
! n It 7B 00
! 10 00
rurnltliftl boute on Wilder Ave.,
furnished house on Wilder Ave., near
Osltn College i MS.
rirnUhed ho line on Hastings St. I
foiur bedroemti $100.
Tantalus residence of General Davit,
furnished. Rent reatonable on 1-year
Property In all parts of the city.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
NO STRAPS TO CLEAN,
Made of tlio best Im
ported KuglWIi Pigskin.
Conned to lit close with
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
feel tilled with pity
TI19 disposition to wander, and tho
readiness to incept nn thing labeled
"advanced thought," Is by no means
cnnllnetl to those whose belief Is popu-
larlv suppie'cd to be narrow and uil
conifortuble Pat llic Unltnrlnu
Ilov Clarcnco Harris, minister ot tho
San Diego church, pnjs 11 merited
tribute to tho early California fathers:
"Willi neither sword, musket, nor
knife, tho barefooted friars went about
doing good The) vvero Ideal conquer
ors of the soil mid soul; the) used
scid in placo of sword nnd plants In
place of piercing weapons They
lunched In with garden seeds, grain,
floweiH nnd fruit tries, nnd won for
humanity tho most golden land Clod
ever smiled upon"
It's prett) hard for nny Cnllfornlan
to In lug In his Stuto without bragging
a llttlo about It!
To llvo tin upright llfo Is the sen
slbln thing to do To nsplro to tho
highest Is tho course that Is worth
while To do justly, to love mercy?
mid to ho humble while you do it, Is
Just us needful now as when Mlcah
iirgtd It, and to be rend) to lend a
baud to )our fellow- man, and to treat
him kiliill) whither he needs ont help
or not, Is n 'rmsonablo service" ri
milly, tn be temperate In all things
nnd just, oven to yourstlf. Is common
sense nnd when this Is itchlovcd wo
mod not worr) over our precloua
bodies or our sensltlvo llttlo souls.
C A Murdoch
That's what our Diamonds are.
Our stock is particularly clean
and flawlett, and tho variety
embracet every tlze and color.
In mounted ttonea we have an
immenee assortment of Rings,
Brooches, Scarf Pins, Lavalllers,
Pendants, etc., set with Rubles,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap
phires, and all precious and
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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