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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, MAY 11, 1912.
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'DAILY and WEEKLY Published
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
v Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
'WALLACE R. FARRINGTON - - Editor
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Per Quarter, anywhere In l' S 2.(10
Per Year, nny where In V S . S.UO
Per Year, postpaid, foreign ..12.00
You dqn't have to be a uinl,
And cvcrji job debar;
Ju.it Irji to be the bo).
Your mother things ou are.
Tomorrow is "Mothers' Day," a day that has been set aside by every
country from Hawaii, round the world to Hawaii again, to pay homage to
"Mother" is the sweetest word ipjken in the English or any other lan
guage. It is the name of the one true, dependable friend, a friend indeed;
whether you are in need or not, it makes no difference lo mother. A
mother's Ioe is alwas with us, hovering oer us, whether we are far or
near. In our daily labors, if we accomplish them with credit and honor.
wc are sure of the smile and approal of mother. If we hae tried and
failed, we still hae thejame smile aid word of encouragement. Let mis
fortune ocrtake us, or that we may fall by the wayside, she is the first
to the rescue with smpathy and lo:. In sickness mother is right there.
The love and thoughtfulness of a true mother is ihe greatest of all blessings.
Mothers' Day is also the whole family day, for mother is the keystone
of the home, also the foundation on which it stands. Mothers' Day is the
occasion to gather around her, or send her a letter, or a message, or just a
prayer that goes out into the great beyond.
Mothers' Day is only one out of th" three hundred and sixty-five, and if
lightly celebrated will mean a step to". ard bigger and better things, and will
bring j'oy to the author of your being.
"No river may rise aboe its source, and no home may rise above the
mother, who is the life-spring of love, j.y and happiness."
Wear your carnation tomorrow.
That Los Angeles trip was not only
a good time hut mighty lino promotion
work ns well.
Men who fought hardest for the
primary law, spent the most money
recently in trjlng to buy up the free-for-ull.
rrm - i
If there's enough and to spare for that tuberculosis Is the greatest men'
Honolulu's Fourth of July cclebrutlon, nee perhaps on account of tho famll
the town may be able to win buck iarlty that breeds contempt.
some of Its reputation for patriotism -
There's not a single world's swim
ming record that Duke Kahanamoku
can't contemplate and be not afrnld
o why shouldn't he be tho winner of
fo Olympic races
i e uniieu oiaiea biiuuiu iiure uiuj
m-e solution for tho terrible Titanic
dl aster. Pass laws that will enable
Ale reople or our country to nulla
more ships of their own
insiono. or Kicmng at wnni me
,uocrnmcni uoes not uo, spenu some,
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TDf our time trying to improve the
' Government. Tho noxt few months
will be Just your opportunity
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With tho Western Union In control ,
of the trans-Pacific wireless, It mny
be a question whether It will compete
j with the cable company except to
tkeep the rates above water level with
It would have been much better to
have placed the construction of the
'belt road In charge of a municipal
J commission provided the Supervisors
i were not thought qualified to carry
the responsibility themselves.
The Massachusetts primary mix-
up is due to the record showing that
Athe Roosevelt dolegates-ut-large re
ceived more votes than Roosevelt
"himself. That's why Theodore said
, to William, "Take jour old delegates."
Of course Hawaii should havo n di
rect primary law The RepiUillcan
party has for one reason or other
broken its promise to the people on
m . "Why Mario," gald a mother to her
4-year-old daughter, you ought to be
ashamed to have such dirty hands.
KVou never saw my hands like that, did
l "No. I guess not," replied Mario,!
."but 1 bet my grandma did."
Teacher What Is tho Sabbath day?i
i, Littlo Lola That's the day mamma
Llilns things, 'stead of sowing 'cm.
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tttrca At in f cwtortut . tlnnniulo
MAY 11, 1912
three different occasions And rep
resentatives of "wealth und Intelll
gencc" have to be thanked for It.
Another bright joung Chinese
American has been sacrificed to the
ravages of tuberculosis How many
Uvea must be lost before the people
become thoroughly aroused to the fact
THE LADIES AND THEIR BOYCOTT
Ladles of the Outdoor Circle, If you
ure going at the discussion of the bill
board business In the manner report
0$ n tho mqrnlng paper, you are
adopting Identically the sume Ideals
i,ut tho Jnnanese strikers on the nlnn
mtions tried to work out a few years
ug0i the Ideals also followed by the
' cheapest as w ell as the most radical
of the labor agitators of the mulnland
Thn, doean't sound nice, but It is
You can't get the good will or even
! the co-operation of a business com-
munlty by appealing through the
me(,,um of the b t
vnr ,.,, , ,,,, ,, vn.
cause Just, ou will surely win, but
vou must recognize that the "cheap
skate" who works with tho boycott Is
equally cheap whether ho Is a labor
agitator lighting for union rights or a
member of the Kllohnna Art Leuguo
The principle Is wrong, and Its
adoption by the best men und women
who ever lived cannot make it right
MARKET ENDS WEEN IN
SOME BRISK TRADING
The Btock market closed the week
strong nnd nctlvo tcday, buslnes be
ing the briskest of the entire six
duys O II & L. stock, with somo
Illli) extension bonds were In good
demand, and of the sugar securities,
Hawaiian Commercial, Olnit und Ouhu
Sugur were all popular Reports of
favorable pineapple contracts gave
rlso to some buying orders of Ha
waiian Pineapple stock at (4J5P,
Speak gently to tho telephone,
Don t Holler in its face,
- Juat try to think how you would fool
If you vvero in Its place.
"Are we making history?" Inquired
the Mexican Insurgent.
"What a question, general."
"I ask It seriously. Aro wo making
history or Just a fow filing I
ling plcturo people.
for tho mov-
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PART IN MAY FESTIVAL SATURDAY
Plans nrp Hearing perfection for rlon Chnplu, Kleanor Holt, ltosnllo
tho elaborate May Festival that will Holt, (lertrudc Holt, Kthel Whiting,
bo given next Saturday at Thomas Virginia McCarthy, Margaret McCar-
Square from 12 noon to 10 p, m , for thy, Kathcrlno Wake, Wllholinlmi
the fund being raised to erect n Colli- Sirauch, Allco Htrnuch, Sjbll Robert
olle chntw'l nt Punnhoii son, Until Johnstone, Gertrude Mc-
Mrs A II. Murphy, general director Corrlslon, Esther McC'orrlstoii, I'mu-
of the festival, said this morning that line Magoon and Ilcrntco Cooke. Hero
everything points to success, and with cornucopias will ho served to children
the support expected, (lie festival will during the afternoon,
net n large sum Children's Playnround Attractions.
For the ocvnBlon one-hnlf of Thorn- Punch and .Indv Show Mrs. Qui-,
ns Square has been reserved, nnd will
be roped off and patrolled by six en-
listed men from Fort Shnfter ond six Wright
from Port linger, nnd ten cents gen Donkey Itldo Miss Zelgler nnd
rrnl admission will be charged, which Mrs. Moonoy.
will Inrludo In the evening a moving Sand Pilo Mrs. Tulllo and Mrs.
picture show Rcermans.
Thn grounds nro (o be decorated Grab llox and Pnpcr Illbbons Mrs.
with bunting nnd hundreds of arcs and Harold Dillingham, Mrs. Chas. Tom
varl colored lights and will be lilted plcton Crocker nnd Mrs. C. C. Carter,
with booths of manv nttrncllons The Doll Show Miss Cowan. Hero a
Hoval Hawaiian band will render so real novelty In tho form of live dolls
lections from 12 to 4, and In the even In pantotnlmo will he featured.
Ing Father Ulrlch's band will piny Madeira riooth Mrs. Hllllnger and
The. tickets for the ltiau nnd for- Miss Mary Aiidrnde, chairmen, will
olgn lunch will be In charge of Mrs. display all varieties of Madeira hand
Carl du Hoi and a charge will be made work and embroideries. I
of one dollar, securing either a ticket Pillow Hooth Mrs. Abel, Mrs.'
to tho Hawaiian feast or the luncheon Wlrtr, chairmen; Mrs. Strnub, Miss
table. Schnnor, Mrs. Rhodes, Miss IJiilnlnn,
Following are the booths, their Mrs C II. Itavcti, assistants, will pre
chairmen, assistants and attractions: ent all varieties of sofa cushions
Novety Hooth Mrs W W Harris, from bedroom to lanal lounging cush
chairman; assistants, MIssoh Mvrtlo ions , ,
Schuman, Martha McChesney, Thelma The Delicatessen lloolh, under the
Murphv, Dorothy Wood, Violet Sloe- direction , of , Mrs. Arthur Wnll and
ver. i:iole Wlchtnnn, Alberta' Whol- Mrs. Du Ithl, assisted by Mesdames . I
ley. In this booth novelties In tho M. .McChesney, daspnr Sllvn, Louis
form of luncheon nnd dinner favors, Perry, J. M. (Jiilnlol. Clarence Cunha,
place ards and Irish crochet will be C. A. Peacock, A. I). Larnach, Henry
Hawaiian Hooth Mrs, Walter Mnc
farlnne and Mrs ltobert Shingle,
chairmen, nsslsted by n number of Ion Croon, draco Carol, Hazel Huck
young girls. Hawaiian calabashes, land nnd Gloria Rodrlgues, will serve
anrlent and modern, some lino old nil varieties of roast moats and fowl,
tapas. and Hawaiian-bed quilts will ho baked beans, tolls." German nnnle
Chinese Hooth Mrs. Wong Leong
and assistants will offer candy nnd
sweetmeats, embroideries, sanclnl-
wood trophies nnd Oriental noveltlos.
The Lcl Hooth, In chnrgo of Mrs.
Chnrles Lucas, Miss Harriet Lucas,
Mlau Mnrv l.ltrna nml Mian llnrilo Itnr.
bort, will offer lcls and (lowers of all
kinds, natural and artificial, many
novelties being Included.
Palms and Plants will be In charge
of Princess Kalanlnnaole, who will not
only sell many beautiful potted palms
rnd troplral plants, but hns promised
to Include a few of the famous maid,
enhnlr baskets from her own hot-
Tags will be In charge of Mrs. Geo.
Potter, assisted by Misses -May Da
mon. Hnrrlet Hatch and Marlon Scott.
The price of a tug will be ten cents
T.he, Candy nooth, of which Mrs. K.
A. Douthllt. Mrs. W. W. North. Mrs
Sam Peck, Mrs. Sam Johnson and
Mrs W. M Minion, assisted by
Misses Helen North, Jessie Kennedy,
McVeigh, Bertha Harris. Dorothy Ash-
ley, Helen and Mildred Church, Sibyl
Carter, Margaret Hoogs, Maud Noll.
Pearl Itoblnson, Adelaide Pratt, Hon-
ny Towse, Frances Clark, Dorothy
Hoogs. lualanl llnrrub, will be In
charge, will sell only home-mnde can-
dies of many varieties. i
Hnffle Hooth Mrs. William Wll
llamson. chairman; assisted by Mrs.
James Dougherty. Mrs. Hoyer, Miss
Irene Dickson nnd Mrs Fred. Damon,
The Lunu will bo a characteristic
Hawaiian feast In charge of Mesdames
ifnu M''LiL0 ,rl e,' i
Iiolt, Luke, Hopkins, Legros and
ars and Cigarette, w... be sold
l. 1-a I n..l. lln.lnlma Mm DU,Arl
w. .,io uuui, niuucitufl! .hid. uinciiu
Ice Croum will be served In a most
t'nlque and original setting. Thn In
dies In charge nre Mrs A. G. M. Rob
ertson, chairman, assisted by Mes
dames Chas. Hall, Willie Campbell
Misses Kamakla Magoon, Grace Rob-
erison, ireno iioyu, inma iiou, .viae
Cardcn, Mnllo Cowan, Sybil Winter,
Henrietta Smith, Mildred Chnpln. Ma-
Many of the hot weather
ailments peculiar to chil
dren can be traced directly
to impure or low quality
The milk we eupply to our
customers is absolutely
pure and very rich. It le
endorsed by the Matron of
the Kauikeolani Children's
nan and Miss (Jultian.
Mrs. 0. F.
Afong, Hermann Schultze, John Whol-
lev, S D. Heap)', .1. M. Kennedy, A D
Castro, Misses Muriel Ilounll. Mar-
rake, herring and potato salad, plea
nnd mincemeat. As this booth Is In
charge of Ihe most capable woman In
Honolulu backed by nn excellent com-
mlttee, a great treat Is In store I
Foreign Lunch will bo served by,
Mrs. Frederick Macfnrlnne and Mrs. I
At-mln IfntmliAro' na ,l,nlr.n n..l.i.
td by Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mrs Thus I
King, Mrs. J. M. Dnwsctt, Mrs. A.I
Falke, Mth. 13. Macfarliine, Mrs i:
Hrune, Mrs. W. Lantz. Mrs Albert
Horner. Mrs. Helircns. "Miss Cordelia
Walker, Miss Helen Alexander. Miss
Melon Itockwell, Miss Heatrlce Holds j
worth, Miss II. Halstead, Mrs G. Ilnl
steud, Miss Lillian McChesney, Miss'
Carol Itecd, Miss 1'dltli Cowles, Miss
Gcruldino Neumann, MIsb I.vdla Mc-'
Blocker, Miss Julie McStocker, Miss
Koellug, Misses Ingles, Misses Mc-j
Lean (21, Miss Florence Hoffman,
Miss F, Cousens, Mlsg Iirothy,Wood,
Miss lllalr. Miss Lucas, Miss Margar-.
et Wntcrhouse. Miss Irma UallenOne,
Miss Winston, Mlsil Laura Xott, Miss
Kdlth Williams, Miss Huchanan, Miss
Nora Sturgeon, MIjs Alice Cornet,
Miss L. Purvis, Miss. II Jones ,
Lemonade Hooth Miss MarJor
Frccth, assisted by Mrs George Klue-
gel. Miss Callle Lucas, Miss Illanche
Soper, Miss Hctli Woods and 'Miss
Julia Campbell. , ,
Japanese Hooth Mrs. Merle
Johnson In charge, w 111 ' present ' n
Japanese tea garden lth.chetry bios-
rams In bloom. Mrs. JohnBon will be
assisted by Miss Matlugly and Miss
Ada Lycelt. I
Mrs. Armln- Haneberg will hold fc
m.?;,I".; f, "''"''''V?"-'" '?'
-d In the booth for tho foreign lunch
im.rTthe HathZ er In fileing
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(Continued from Puce 1)
of tho Lord's Day. and In fact to work
unitedly for all objects pertaining to.
local betterment. I
The Federation Is affiliated with
the Federal Council of Churches. Itn'
administration will b conducted by
p. Federation Council, of which Paul
Super of the Y M. C. A, haB been an-,
pointed executive secretary. This
council Is to consist of the pastors
nnd one lay delegato from each par
ish In the Federation, and In addition
such other persons ns may be elected
And the Man Who Knows
Next Union Grill, on King St.
1l1Ii - KtLit ntNf. Hrift? - ' -
Near College Hills car line about two
blocks away. Marine and mountain
For Sale Now
There Is a larce frontage on street. The
place has been much Improved.
Bungalow with View
Which can be rented If purchaser de
sires to buy merely at an investment.
Price is JC0OO.
nuitiNo Youn AHSi:xcr:
FHOM Tlin ISLANDS we tire
prepared to muimge our eituto
mid luuk after vuur Interests
here. You will nnd It greatly
to vour atlvuntnge to place tho
management of your affairs with
n responsible concern.
Come und see us us to terms.
924 BETHEL STREET
to membeishlp b a two thirds voto of1
the Council. I
' 'ai UUIUU
lay delegates provided for on
tho Council hnve been named as ol-
St. Andrews (Episcopal) L. Ten
uenirai I'nion r J iowrey.
Methodist II II. Trent.
Christian W G Hall.
st. Clement's Is still to elect, but
It is understood Hint w A Colloy will
be the lay delegate named.
IJftjg Cheapness is not our main concern
UUj Therefor we still develop all films by jbwiJJ
KrS hand Because there is no better way. W$
PpH We mix our r T T T? T? 17 V C fimi
WUJ developer daily OUKIVHl 3 UJ
Mann i Valley 2H II. 7D 00
lth uud Paho.i Ave 2 " 40 00
Artcslun St 3 11. H. J30 00
Hen tnnla St 3 " 27.G0
Lumilllu St 3 " 35 00
l.unullln St 3 " 30 90
12CG Mutlotk Ave 2 " 27.50
Judd St 3 " SO 00
Kaliiknua Ave 4 " 4000
Mnnou Valley 2 " 45 00
Maklkl St 3 " 35 00
Kiillhl Ud und Heckley St 4 " 35 00
Nonpareil, Heretnnla St ..2 " 22.50
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AlRHHAUCH l'Olt SIMPS AT SHA
vp to 11 i:vi:hy
The constitution provides further
(hat the Council mny elect by a two
I thirds voto prominent religious work-
crs of the city, and Paul Super was
I elected executive secretary, through
j whom the committees will largcl
I work. This position makes Mr. Su
per practically tho nctlvo head of the
I Those elected to tho Council undei
' this provision are- Paul Super, gen
' crnl secretary, Y. M. C. A.; James A.
Hath, head worker. Pnlamn Settle
ment! Hmv. W. K. Pntwlnn. tumnrhi
' tendent St. Kllzabvtli's Homo; Dr. J. c
1 W H'mlinnti liuml it tlm f., Itn.llul
ImlKsloii woik; llev. W II. Oleson, sec
'rotary of tin. Hawaiian Hoard of Mis-
Mons; Hon W L. Whitney. Judge ol
tin, .luvi'ii I'nurt- Mnlnr Wll la.
head of tho Salvation Army work In
i tho Islands. This mnkes a Council of
I nineteen members. Tho Idea of tho
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, Koderallon Is lo tiring together nil the
Itellglous forces of tho clly..nnd (o
; rlvo each ropresciitntlon on tho coil'
J? J "!".,"!!Lf i?5"'r
enrly next week and namo their com-
mlttees. Three standing committees
oro piovlded for. as rollows
Ihe Christian Intension Commit-
tee, In charge of all Christian Hxtcu
mon worn, union religious meetings,
land In general now religious work un-
I derlnken and affecting thu communi
ty nt large.
me Social HerMco committee. Tins
ii' the committee that Is going to heud
-fi'---r -, -j -mn -iiHi--iSietl,'fi
house on Wilder Ave.,
Furnished house on Wilder Ave, near
Oahu College; $45.
Furnished house on Hastings St.;
four bedroomi) $100.
TonlalusSresldence of General Davie,
furnished. Rent reasonable on 1-year
Property In all parts of the city.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
-FOR THE SUMMER
Muke tile (hildrdi eom
fcirtiihlc while lit piny, nnd
at the Hiiino time protect
their feet from thorns and
oilier Injuries which might
11 stock nil
"lftt III hutll
Our Prices are
We deliver to uny part
of ellj twice a day, und t
Kiiliuukl and Walklkl mice
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT ST. Tel. 1782
H'e "iisndo against vlco and evil
"'"dl Ions n Honolulu. s object, as
K,a,cd lie Ilov. A. A. Kbersolo this
to make Investigations of
"'" " "
."""euiiiiy inorai, social or inuus-
rlul ' " may no iouiiu
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Iliurntllinit ' Tlin rinnttn Haa rnivnrld
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'"' mncll. Its work Is considered
The thiid standing comiultteo Is tho
jChnrltlcH Committee, which Is to In-
" ' tho Co,ncn upon thelr nriu
vcsugaio an puuiic cnariiics, 10 re-
and to suggest any needed charity not
now provided for ItH object Is largo-
ly tu eliminate Indiscriminate and un
noiii uiai i ptdcct lo
HUW WALL Olttttl lb
I NFLUENCED Ofo SUGAR
. Wall Street man who Is buy
ing Hawaii's sugar stocks wrote us
fullnuM in ii reient letter to tho Henry
Wulerlioiise Trust Co.;
"Tu Judge liy tho recent nctlon of
the American Hett Sugur Co, common
Mock, no reduction In the tnrln on
sugur appears, to, be. Imminent. Tills
stock Iiuh udvuuicd twelve points dur
ing tlin past three weeks and Is now
quoted ut around $71 per share. A
Join- iirii It Mild nt 36"
That's what our Diamonds are.
Our stock Is particularly clean
and flawless, and tho variety
embraces every size and color.
In mounted stones we have an
Immense assortment of Rings,
Brooches, 8crf Pins, Lavalllers,
Pendants, etc. set with Rubies,
Diamonds, Eineralus, Pearls, Sap
phires, and all precious and
H. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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