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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY,, MAY 13, 1912.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD.,-at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Honolulu, T. H.
Daily 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
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i:vi:ii nri.i.rm wi:i:hi, lin.ixm
l'or Monlli. iinvwhcie In T S $.7.1 IV i Six Months $ -"0
IVr Quniler, unvwheie In 1 S J.IMI IVr Year, anywhere In l' S ..I. Oil
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IVr Vein, pemt i ltd, fnielgn I'-MW IVi Year, postpaid, foreign . -.Ill)
'pj i fciciltoHuI Rooms,
am nut on)) fighting for the lveal(, I am fighting also for the strong.
J h'n tiiirj will nut be i gooJ place fur any of us if it ti nut a reasonably
good plain for all of us. Theodore Roosevelt.
If Governor Frear were to certain of renpxinlmcnl as some of his sup
porters would like In liavc it appear, lit would no! leave tlie appointment of
a Superintendent of Public Works unsettled until Ins return from visiting the
STREET IMPROVEMENT AND FUNDS.
In answering I lie appeal made for tin improvement of Queen street llio
Supervisors of tlie city will liae an opportunity to display what tr.ip they
have nu the InnineM management of tin limited funds that arc available for
Evcronc wants his street fixed first. That is a foregone conclusion.
Each one should be accommodated as rapidly as the funds of the city will
allow of course.
The Supervisors have already mapped out certain improvements. If
llicsc are held up by legal difficulties, the money should not be hoarded until
those difficulties arc eliminated.
On the other hand Queen street, in that section for which the paving is
petitioned, must soon be dug up for laying oil supply pipes. Possibly the
tame area will be included in the more elaborate pipe line and transporta
tion scheme that the Harbor Commisjioncrs have in view. The full pro
gram for the development of the waterfront and the part which Queen street
is to play should be known before a dollar's worth of permanent paving is
placed on the street. It will be worse than waste to authorize a permanent
paving when it is known that in all probability the street must be lorn up in
: comparatively short lime.
No one disputes that Queen street is in wretched shape. Everyone is
ready to admit that Hotel street should be widened. Wc all want Kala
kaua avenue kept in good condition. This column is not long enough to de
tail all that should be done.
But vc all want, also, that these various necessities of street improvement
shall be properly adjusted to give the taxpayer the largest return for his
money in improvement that will be permanent. That's where our municipal
legislators and administration officers show whether they arc first class managers.
MOMENTOUS POLITICS THIS WEEK.
r'olitical events of the next two weeks will be most momentous in the
history of our nation, on account of th-' primaries and conventions held to
name delegates to the National nominating conventions. Never in recent
years have the people become so thoroughly aroused previous to the formal
opening of the Presidential campaign, and never before have they had the
same opportunity for direct expression of preference.
Of the outcome of the primaries few can now feel certain since the un
expected has happened in a number o Stales. California's primary is held
tomorrow. Washington State on Wednesday. West Virginia, North Caro
lina, Tennessee and Idaho will all be heard from this week; two through
conventions and the oilier by the election of delegations lo convention.
Meanwhile Ohio, where primaries are held on the 21st and the convention
on ihc 31st. is the center of a most vigorous fight. It is apparent that the
Taft forces are aroused, for as the President has said, the result in his own
Stales will be "most significant." The result so far as ihe Democrats are
concerned swings entirely on what the Republicans do.
Meanwhile Hawaii sits by with its real work for the President to be
done in the National Committee. If the fight is a close one ihe contest will
be won in the National Committee which first passes upon the credentials of
those making up the temporary organization. In other words the man from
I lawaii who will make Hawaii's fight for President Taft is National Com
mitteeman Holstein rather than the six delegates who will attend the con
vention. And it is to Mr. I lolstein's credit that he is. "on the job" and will
stay there till the fight is finished.
WHAT ONE TOWN IS DOING FOR A
Hawaii has a reputation for philan
thiopy and deservedly so
ltut there alt) others, and those oth
ers show that we of this city nud Ter
Tommy I'op, what are tho
vvnys and byways?
Tommy's I'op Tho shopping
trirt, my sou.
Kdltor You say horo "tho speukcr
set Ids audience on lire."
Heporter Yes, sir.
Kdltor Yet III another paragrapli
ou write of his 'Iniitchlesa elo-J
Johnnie (to tho clerical guest, who1
Inn Just llnlslietl mi elaborate giucntj
I'nther .says n much shorter grace
than you tlo. I
Unlervd tl lli Pntlollice l lloiiolnlii
MAY 13, 1912
ritory tlo not by any means lead In
public spirit and mtiney giving.
inu Hiiujeci las been Prone it nn
recently in connection with tho estab
lishment of u school In or near Hono
lulu where tho boys mid girls "can
learn to vvoik" And Tor tills reason
wo give In full an account of what a
Tho Clergyman Indeed,
does ho say'
Johnnie Well, yesterday
"Hood Lord, what a meal!"
"How cold your noso Is!"
Tlieso words came from tho daugh
ter of tho house, who was sitting In
tho parlor with her beau
"Is Towser In the pallor ngaln?" de
uinnded her mother from the next
Thoro was a long pause.
"No, mother; Towscr Isn't in tho
And then slleuco resumed Itu relgu.
little town of n few thousand Inlmb
Itntita In tlie Stute of Maine has been
doing lowurds the establishment of
such an Institution. The conditions
niu not on all fonts" with what wo
have here. The Sprlngvulu people,
have the buildings hut no money for ,
the teaching foico. They urn probably
planning u more ndvniicod com Re of
Rtud.v than will ho rcuulied hole for
the present. Hut In nil essentials
tin1)- uie meeting the same pioblems, '
of financing an education that tenches ,
pupils how to work.
V commend the follow lug to all!
those Inteiested In the Industrial ,
school movement In this city:
A vocational school lo educate
young women for self-help, an lndo-1
pendent livelihood, the cnioer of Hum
1mi.hi and the buslnehB of living to boj
located nt Sprlngvule, Me, has been
decided upon mid the Nasson Insti
tute for young women pioiulses to so
euie the support of educators of Maine
and the Statu i-'oderntlon of Women's
clubs as fulfilling n want long felt tu
Maine educational elides.
An linpoitant conference was ro-
rentl) held nt Hpilngvilli' between the
trustees of the Xnsson estate, citizens
of Kpilngvnlo mill lion I'nyson Smith,
the State Superintendent of Schools of
Maine, upon the subject of the Nusson
Institute It Is a mutter of great sat
isfaction to the tiustees and citizens,
that the program which has been tu
their mind for a long time of estab
lishing Hie Institute as n vocational
school for young women received the
heartiest endorsement of thu state sup-
erliiteiident as being In accord with
the present day thought nml effort In
the iilucailoiuil world nbd calculat
ed In meet the urgent need ami de
mand for Just such a fehool in thU
set lion of the State.
The tiustees mo given every en
couragement by Mr. Smith to move
ahead at once, erect u building and
estuhllsh the Institute, lly reason of
the liulustilal feature of the program
the Institute will be entitled to statu
aid In line with mi net of the Legisla
ture passed at tlie last sessoln, which
provides for the enconriigenient and
support of Just such educational train
ing the Nasson Institute proposes to
offer to the joung women of Spring-
vale, S.inford and southwestern Maine
It means distinction In domestic
science, household economies, house
hold nits Including iliossinaklng and
millinery, secretarial studies Including
stenography, typewriting, languages
for conversational mid business fill
eieuey, Kngllsh, history, etc., prin
ciples of moi nl conduct, sanitary and
moral piophylavls, physiology, hy
giene, gymnastics, physical culture,
In short thn nlm of tlie Institute
will be to send out young women ed
ucated and lilted for self-help and an!
Independent livelihood, tlio career of
the home mid the gieat business of
Among other eiluciitors of the Stnto
President Aley of the University of
Maine bids tills educational enterprise
(Jodspeed. "We of tlie University of
.Maine feel that If you call secuie sulll
clent money to estuhllsh nn Institute
for young women on such modem
Hues us the times demand, it will In
no wise eonlllct with the work dono
at the University of Mulne so we bid
you (lodspeed 111 the work"
The ipieatloii of the establishment
of Hie .Nasson Institute Iuib been the
question of Hulllcleiit funds-not to
erect ii building and eipilp It for tho
funds mo sulllelent for this but the
question has been to secuie funds
Many of the hot weather
ailments peculiar to chil
dren can be traced directly
to impure or low quality
The milk we supply to our
customers is absolutely
pure and very rich, it is
endorsed by the Matron of
the Kauikeolanl Children's
lieccsniry to provide for touchers' sal
aries and the running expenses of Hie
school. With the Income fiuui funds
In hnnils of thu ttiisttcs after the erec
tion of the building and its equipment
expenses Incident to the enru of the
building, fuel, lights, ami Janitor ser
vlco can be met. Tlie other llnalici.il
problem Is thurefoie the creation of n
tcucliers' salary guarantee to cover
the llrst three years of the Institute.
This situation hns been met with the
characteristic public-spirited gctieios
Ity of Uprlngviilo eitlens Tbeie Is
none surpassing it In the State of
.Maine. On top of raising In ten days'
time $20,000 for a new shoe shop the
citizens (if Sprlngvule, greatly tltslr
iiui of seeing the Niiskuii institute es
tablished and open to iceelve schol
ars tho llrst of October next, have siib
kcilbed $1500 n ycur for three ytars
to meet and dellclt that may arise In
the uxpeiiBo of the Ethoul. In addi
tion to thi'Ko most eiicoui aging pros
pects the Institute and Its piogrum
has received the sympathetic endorse
ment of the president of the Keder
ated Women's Clulw of Maine, Mrs
l-'lirant'lh I'luihuiei of Devttr
In older to secuie students fur the
liibtltute and Inciease lo the teachers'
saluiles fund of llrst iluee vt'iirs Mrs
1!. S. .lones of tho Allen m liool. West
N'owton, ii graduate ol Cornell iml-
vcislty and Inteiested In the education
of gills, will visit Roiithwestern Maine
In April, May mid June anil piesoiit
this educational opportunity to tlie
women and others tub n-stul in this
section of the State
ON COAST MAY
Local lumber ineitli ml- hive been
inforiiud of a Hiitldt n Jump In lumber
prices nf llfty cent- Pi thou. mil ful.
the price elialurt bt lim iipplli idle t"
prnelleiilly nil Mud nl lumber ixupt
spruce The iiilvauee was urili red l,v
WiiKhtiiKtou uiiinurai turern mi April
2C, and It It coin-blend mtalu that If
tlie Northwest tiiiinurat turns tniitlnue
to uihnmc. local lutes will have to K"
Up to meet tile price (biirKeil tu llm
lllg railroad order' uie the cuife nf
the leap In prices, nml ivuv mill In
Washington now has immikIi nidus In I
sight to Keep It llllllllhK full speed fur
sixty tl.iys. As time uie lepi'lts of
r-cvtrnl othtr bilge lalliuad orders to
lie placed before that period Is over.
It Is lint believed taht any slackening
In uttlvlty Is to he expeettil for a
number of months. Tim liist and
.Middle West iiru buying car hultdliiK
niiitiil.ils by the millions of feet.
Itepoils fiuui Washington are to the
efiMt tb.it the iliiiriiiuiu system will
be In the ni.irki t within two week
for no less than IO.Iioii.iiou fut of ear
building mateil.ils Tills will be one
of the Ini'Kcht Individual orders placed
In the Noithwe-t In a loin." time, and
while inlllineii K.I.V tlie business will
In nil pn.lulillltj p, to mills along the
lliiirluiiiii line, ami probably In mills
In Oregon. It will have the siiiuii cf
f't't on the ludiistr) ns HioiikIi mill
men In Washington had obtained the
Railroads in Market.
Tho Santa IV has Just placed order'
for fiOOO frelKht ears and lias iilinulv
enttrid the market for about B.uuu.iioo
feet of ear building matt rials The
1'bkiiKo, ItiirlliiKton ir (Jiilney rail
road, which Is always buying lumber,
has sent out an Inipilry for something
more than l.OOO.UOO feet and had the
week pievlous bought iippiolniatev
u.iioii.oiiu led. xtlllmen are now g,t
ling out 1 1.Olin 000 for the Amt-i k-iui
I ar A. I'oundrv Coiiuuny and about
iiim.uiiii r,,t ior the I'hlwtKo. Mllw.iu-
!! & Kt I'uiil road
READY TO RON
A YEAR AGO
WASHINGTON. April 25. Thco-
nolo icoosovclt n year ngo vviolo W.
Murray t'lano, telling tho Junior Hen
'tor fioin MnssaeliusettH that ho had
about determined to become n euinli-
dato for a tlilril term. This letltr
senator t'rauo refusos to make public
l.noimh has been learned, however.
fitini thoso of tho Senator's colleagues
who mi vo seen It to warrant tho asser
Hon Hint t'ol. Itoosovelt. when hi
"Ihiovv his hat Into tho ring" in Ills
i omnibus spcec Ii, did so long after lie
hud determined to become u 1'ieslden
Senntor Ciano wns nsked by The
World correspondent todny If ho had
Mich a loiter from Col. Uoosovult.
"Yes, Col. Itoosovelt wrote mo con
cerning tho Presidential situation
about a year ngo," snld Seuntor Crane.
"He outlined In this letter his position
In regaul to n third term. I hnvo tho
letter In inv Hies, but this Is not the
lime to make Its contents public.
Mabo later on I will glvo It to tho
newspapers, but not nt present."
Among other things In tho letter
It, the intimation from Itoosovelt that
ho expected Crano to oppose hlui II
he entered tho 'residential inco. Col.
Itoosovelt stated to tho Senator Hull
lie would imdciEluiid such opposition
mid would take no offense nl It.
Col. ltoosuvult did not beliovu nl
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Ae have In I renlvnl nii.1 in I ill,. I
tit mil Inirrlar and iiictpmni it il,
pn-ll vault an aililliiniiiil iiri-i oi
double mite, pi i it, l, .1, i I I, ex, ,
wllltll w tilT c
For Rent at $4 Per Year Up
riu-nnllni; tu av
JllM till pIlU'C fn! t!lt' lift' RtttiUt.'
of ViiluiiMi' I 'hi" in Iih'iinh nis n
Kiiriuii v l'nllt U ?- Ji-w lr . Htlx i . i
Call and Let Us Show You
tin nn1t nml tin- Uov. s, Mm'v will In
! t k( )uii liHlnr )on w I It tu t flit
DI'UINO YOt'It AHSlINcn
rttUM Till: ISLANDS we am
prt pared to iniiuiige our estate
and look after jour Intel ests
here You will (Ind It greatly
to your iidvuutnKO to place the
tii.iii.iaeinftit of your alTulis witli
n lespouslbte com fill
Come mid t.ec us as to terms.
924 DCTHEL STREET
Ihe time that Senator Crane's support
would add to his chances for receiving.
Ihe nomination, and he told the Sen
ator to let It be known that ho didi
not favor his candidacy. I
Senator Cinne h openly lighting
Col. Iloosevelt. not onlv In MasMiihii
H'ttH. but throughout the cnuntrv. The
Senator 1ms had practical (harge ol
President Tnft's tmnpalgn in the liny,
Tlie former President Is to ninke
mine speeches 111 Massachusetts be
Cheapness is'not our main concern
OjJ Therefor we still develop all films by Ijjyj
&W hand Uecause there is no better way. &jrra
R5?fj We mix our r TT1? 1? T7V 11111
yjdeveloper daily (jrUKKHY b yjj
','lh ami I'.ilnu Ave
Aiteslnn St 3 11 It. 30 00
Ileietnnln St 2 " 27.r.0
J.lllllllllo St 3 " 33 00
l.lllialllo St 3 " 31100
l!li(i Jlatlotk Ave 3 " 37.M
Judd St 3 " r.liOft
ICiilakaua Ave i " 40 00
Mano.1 Valley 2 " I,-, 00
Maklkl St .1 " 3.1 00
Knllhl ltd Jiml lleekley St.! " ."..', Oil
Nonpaiell, Hi lelunl.i St. ..2 " 22.f,0
MHSHAOIIH KOI! KIM'S AT Si:A
MCI I IT
fl' TO 11 KVllltY
i role the prlmailes are held tliere
! next Tuesday. It has been suggested
I (,. U.tticil,,,, Crnin, tlt.if ,,, li.ina t'.ll
,,I HI", I,,.... V (Mil, ..,..t ,'.-..l'. v.-,.
Ilfioevnll inuv nllnek him. Thn Sen.
J nlor Is holding back this letler as a
t lull over tho former 1'resldonl. Should
Mr. Iloosevelt otfeiul Senalor t 'line,
I tho letler may be glvon to the publli
' fllli'A(lt). HI, Api. SO. Tbe.runenil
of the late lr 11 K IVaisuus. the
MKid phll.lllllllnplst. will' llNll United
Si;,lilill,lt(lll to hid. ill tollt-Ke-'. was 111 Id
in tin- Hiilmibi of IlliiMlale today. The
ImmIv lay In stuti at Ihe lllnxilale c.in
gitgntiniial thurth from noon until i
n'elot k In the afternoon while nearly
Hie tiitire population of Hinsdale piss
id by the hmly. liurl.il was In (lak-
w 1 i'liiiUi at Hillsdale, where Mis
1'earsnUM was buried sevtrill .Veals at-n
Siiiith aiiiniu; the tll'i-tls of theiiKid
philanthropist has thus far lulled to
leveal a will It was iiunnuiietd b
II. A l'earsnns ami 11 K I'eaiHuus.
uepliews, today, that tbeie wnubl be
'T'ie familv wiihes to say tli.it so
far it appeals tmt then- will be hardl.x
sullleliiit funclH left lo cover the ex-pin-'tH
or I)r 1'earMUis' biiiial and late
hhliness," said H A l'earsnns last
The two nephews have iiariinteed
the expeime of Ihe fllllelal nf tin lr
...2 11 n JT5 00
...2 " III HO
riirnlahed house on Wilder Ave.,
rurniihed house on Wilder Ave., near
O.ilui College; $15.
Furnished home on Hastings Gt.j
four bedrooms $100.
Tantalus residence of General Davis,
furnished., ftent reasonable on 1-year
Property in nil parts of the city.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Second Floor, Judd Building
-FOR THE SUMMER
Mnltp tin 1itli1rin coin
firlnl.!.', while nt piny. iinl
fit th HiuiH' tliiin imitrt't
tlii'ir fft t frnm thoriiH ntul
oIImt liiJuri.'H uli IHi inlKht
Wo hao In ulnck nil
plri'M In Jjnth T.tn nml
Our Prices are
Vi dcllvir tu ntiy urt
nf c ll tuh'i' fi l.i , ahil li
KiiliiiuKI Jtnl WnlUiM iirno
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT ST. Tel. 1782
uncle, who gave ava about (H.diiO ODD
to llilsslnim nml Hinall colleges.
Ye will reeelvo by the Wllhelinlna
tomorrow tnornliig a shipment of
fresh Caliroinla fruits nud vegetables
nud "I'm Hull" Cieaniery butter.
Ileniy .May & Co., Ltd., telephone 1271.
Taxpayers! Taxes now due. Delin
quent May 15.
AVIATOR FLIES' TO
IRELAND IN A STORM
WHXroitl), Ire., April 22 Making
thu llrst aeroplane (light acioss tho
Irish tiiauuel in n laiuslorm mid a
heavy fog Corbel I Wilson landed at
llnnlseorthy, Just north of hero this
afternoon. Mm opt for smnslilng his
piopoller In milking the descent Wil
son made Hie trip without mishap.
Ho htarted from Uuulon In the wuko
of bis ilval, lie .lalleii, who on a wa
ger with Wilson Him It-it from London
on Wednesday In rum the Irish
channel. The other liler linn not
been heal d fioiu.
In a hcuvy rain nud fog Wilson
htarted over the channel nmii 1'lsli
r.uaiil. The weatlier beeauio so I hick
Ihal he was foiled to descend nl V.n
ulMtirlhv, all hough he had planned to
continue In Dublin.
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
Immense assortment of Rings,
Brooches, Scarf Pins, Lavalllers,
Pendants, etc., set with Rubies,
Diamonds, Emeralds, Pearls, Sap
phires, and all precious and
B. F. WICHMAN & CO.
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