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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO., LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakca St., Honolulu, T. H.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON - - - - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
km: mmi im.i.Krix
Per .Month anywhere In U a $ ,""
Per tjiiurter, anywhere In I'.S. 2.00
Per Vear. nnvwheie 111 V S . S.IM)
I '('i Yi-.ir, postpaid, foreign l'i.UO
Ip-xS J bJclltorial Rooms,
8 c!.1BusIneNH Office,
7 Ik next dreadful thing to a battle foil is a battle Von. Wellington.
I he Bulletin has no desire to belittle the glaring necessities of Queen
street. We question however the business judgment which intimates that
I lolel street widening should be abandoned in order that Queen street may
be improved. The property on Hotel slreel that must be condemned to carry
out the proposed improvement can never be obtained at a lower figure than at
the present lime. To postpone action is merely to wait in order to pay a
higher price later. The two propositions should be carried along together.
Policies must be shaped with a realization that greater Honolulu is uwn us
and it is money saved to secure properly at present day values.
MR. TAFT, OHIO AND HAWAII.
When President Taft announces that the election of delegates to the Na
tional Republican convention from the State of Ohio will settle the nomin
ation at Chicago, the country knows without further consultation of the fig
ures that the contest between Mr. Taft and Col. Rosevclt has reached the
loint where the decision will be close.
At the Ohio primaries to be held on Tuesday next there will be two bal
lots. On one of these ballots the votci. in each of the Congressional dis
tricts, will cast his vote for two delegates and alternates to the National con
vention; on the other he will vote for the delegates to the Ohio Republican
Stale convention, which will meet the following week. Each of the Congres
sional districts is entitled to two delegates and two alternates to the National
Convention, making a total of forty-two delegates and forty-two alternates
from the Congressional districts to the Chicago convention. The State dele
gates elected at the same time will, during the week following, assemble in
Slate convention and nominate the full State ticket, two Presidential elect
ors who will go on the National Republican ticket in the Fall campaign, and
sii delegates and six alternates to the N-ilional Republican convention in Chi
cago. In other words the primaries held on Tuesday will name forty-two of
the delegates to the National convention, and the State convention of the fol
lowing week will name six delegates, tlius making up the total of forty-eight
delegates to which Ohio is entitled in 'lie Chicago convention.
Thus it may turn out that Col. Roocvelt may secure delegates from indi
vidual Congressional districts but not be able to carry the majority of the dis
tricts nor the State convention. Mr. Taft has undoubtedly put the situation
plainly up to his fellow citizens of his borne State so that they need have no
misconception of what they arc doing. And he is apparently willing to abide
by the judgment of those fellow citizens.
Willi the contest running so close and w ilh the Nation r.o thoroughly
aroused some of our people in 1 lawaii may be asking where Hawaii gets olf,
with its pledged delegation.
The answer to this is. that the Republicans of 1 lawaii are for President
Taft today and they will be for President Taft until the last vote is counted
in the convention and the result is known.
Hawaii Republicans did not pledge themselves to vote for William II.
Taft because he has patronage lo dispense or because he promised ihem any
favor in return for their support. We are supporting Mr. Taft because he is
a genuine American and a President whose policies in this part of our coun
try have been thoroughly American and thoroughly just. We have no quar
rel with our fellow citizens of the mainland who may dilfer with us on this
subject, but it must be distinctly understood that we have no apologies to offer
for the position Hawaii has taken should it finally turn out that the last and
only delegates on the floor of the convention voting for Taft are the six del
egates from the Territory of Hawaii.
Our people have made up their minds after a mature consideration of
what William H. Taft has done for this country and they are nothing if not
thoroughly loyal and unafraid.
Hawaii is not in the fight as against Mr. Roosevelt, or Mr. La Folletle
or Mr. Cummins or any other citizen who may go before the convention in
I lawaii Republicans are for Taft.
That's all. We believe he is llie man for the place, a man who has made
good, and we await the result if the vole m Ohio and in the convention with
the hope that fellow Americans of other sections will show as much good
sense as we of Hawaii.
Should by any mischance the majority go against Mr. Taft Hawaii Re
publicans are none the less loyal Americans and loyal Republicans, ready to
give a good account of themselves as such at all times.
CHAUFFEUR NEE FINED
It cost Dan Nee, private chauffeur
lor Hon. Win. G. Irwin, fifteen dollars
and costs, of court for scorching
through the streets of Honolulu at
night In Mr. Irwin's magnificent ma
"I think they'll marry. Hho Is hlH
"That doesn't signify."
"Well, ho Is her last chance."
Pnssengor Why aro wo so lalo?
Guard Well, sir, tho train In front
was behind, uud this train was bohlud
IVr Six Months $ M
Per Year, anywhere In I' S.. 1.0(1
Pit Year, anywhere In Canada 1.5(1
Per Year, postpaid, foreign . 2.0(1
tntCTftl it the roiifnmc st Honolulu
l. erfflMt.lft.t matter
MAY 17, 1912
chine. Ho was going at tho rato ol
ibout thirty-six miles an hour, accord
ing to Assistant Motorcycle Olllcor
Abroii. who made tho arrest.
Mr. Nco this morning appeared be
fore Magistrate Monsarrat In Police
Court, pleaded guilty and paid his line.
lCloven Chlneso gamsters who wero
l.nuled In yesterday afternoon by the
"All now nnlvnla aro washed." i
plained the warden of the prison.
"Anil If thev make n fuss?"
"Then they are Ironed."
He Ileforo I married you I never
thought of Having,
blio And now?
Ho Now I'm alwnyB thinking what
n lot 1 could huvo baved If I hadn't
murrled you I
All Is set for Iho May festival nt
Thomas Square from tomorrow noon
to ten o'clock i m
Today carpenters nnd laborers are
busy polling ready the many booths
nnd us soon its n booth Is Mulshed the
decorators nnd the ladies In charge
take hold lo prepare the lirteilor
Tliomns Square will be a blaze of light
nnd ri real festival scene tomoriow
The festival is given for the benellt
ol a Catholic chapel ut Pitiinliim Mis
Augustus 13 Murphy Is dlieitor gen
einl of the nlTair The complete or
ganisation is as follows
Novelty llootli Mrs. W. V. Harris,
chairman; assistants, Misses
Seliunian, Martha MeChesney,
Murphy. Iloiothy Wood. V lolel hioe -
vcr, Klolse wicnmaii. Aioerin "';
ey In this booth novelties in tho
form of lum-lii on nml dinner favors.
place cards and Irish ero.het will Uc
Hawnllnn llooth- Mrs. Walter Mae.
farlnne and Mrs Hubert Shingle,
chairmen, nsslsted by a number of
lining girls Hawaiian calabashes.
ancient nnd modern, some fine old
tniinu iml llnu llltllll lieil tlllllts Will he
-I' - ----- , ,
Chinese llooth-Mrs Wong LcoiiR
Slid assistants will offer candy and
sweetmeats. embiolderlcs, namlne,
wood trophies nnd Oriental novelties.
The l.el llooth. In charge of Mrs.
Charles l.ucns. Miss Harriet Lucas, riarK(l ,,r the) most capable woman in
Miss Mary l.ucns, and Miss Hosle Ilor-- Honolulu bncketl by an excellent com
berl. will oiler lels and. llowers of nil mm,,,,, n Brpilt i,.pnt tnro.
kinds, natural mid artificial, many t,'r.ii,n Lunch win l.,, si.i,.i1 hv
novelties being Included.
Palms mid Plants will he In charge,
of Princess Knlaiilaliaole. who will not
only sell tnniiv beautiful potted palms
end tropical plants, but has promised
til Include a few of the fainoiis maid-
enhalr linskets from her own hot
houses. Tngs will be In charge of Mrs. Geo.
Potter, assisted by Misses May Da
moil Harriet Hatch and Marlon Hcott.
The price of n tag will be ten cents.
The Candy llooth, of which Mrs. 13.
A. DoiilhlK, Mrs. W. W. North. Mm.
Sum Peck. Mrs. Sam Johnson and
Mrs W. M. Minion, asslsjed liy,U.nii (2), Miss Florence Hoffman,
.Misses neien .Minn, .tessio rvunnuiiy,
McVeigh, Ilerttm Harris, Ilorotny Asii -
ley. neien nnu .viutircu i niircn. nioyi
.UIIUli 1UUIHUIUI IIWWH", .',,, l .,,V,,
Pearl Hoblnson, Adelaide Prntt, Hon-
ny Towse. Frances Clark, Dorothy
Hooks, Iwnlanl Hnrrnb, will bo In
charge, vull sell only homo-mnde can
dles of many varieties,
Hnfflo llooth Mrs. William Wll
llnuison, chnlrman; assisted ly Mrs.
James Dougherty, Mrs. Iloyer. Miss
Irene Dickson and Mrs. Fred. Damon.
The I.uau will be n characteristic
' - " -
Hawaiian feast In charge of Mcsdumes
Jack MeVelglih, II. Glade, Hols, I.
Holt, l.uke, Hopkins, Legros and
Cigars and Cigarettes will bo sold
by Mrs. Louis Madelros, Mrs. Sllvcrla
Ice Cream will be served In a most
i:nliiie slid original selling. The la
dles In chnrgo are Mrs. A. G. M. Hob-
ertson, chairman, assisted b Mes-
tlnmes Chns. Hall, Willie Campbell,
Misses Kamakla Mngoon, Grace Hob
ertsou, Irene Hii.mI, lllmn Holt. Mao
Carden, Mnlle Cowan, Sbll Winter,
Henrietta Sinllli, Mildred Chnplu, Ma
:: :t t: :: tt tt n :: :: :: t: :: t: n :: t: ::
police hud their eases continued until
tomorrow morning. Attorney Cuny
appeared for theiii.
V. Vasconcellos nnd M. 13. Gomes
violating health legiilallnns, lintl llielt
eases slilcken from the calendar.
They obtained licenses ami tho prose
cution dropped I he charges.
lllrao, Japanese, arrested for sweep
ing rubbish in tho streets, was lined
Ihreo dollars ami costs of court for
doing It. Ho will sweep his rubbish
elsewheio in tho future.
Milk forms a most im
portant itom in tho dietary
of children, and the utmost
care should be exercised
In providing an absolutely
pure milk and yet a milk
, rich in food value.
It is such a milk as this
that we are furnishing our
customers. Our cows are
n perfect health, they are
fed on rich alfalfa, and
every care Is used to as
sure perfect cleanliness.
m- ,r rti.fjftti ;il,llftl.wMi.iMh:if-iijLj!i'- toWwjj&M&ifflfy! "fr.l
Jrlon ChriTiln, Klcnnnr Holt
Holt, (Jertrudo Holt, KlLol
Vlrglnln McCarthy, Mnrgnrot McCar
thy, Kntlierlno Wake. Wllhelmliu
Strnueh, Allco Hlrnuch, Sybil Holier!
noli, Ktith Johnstone, (lertrudo Me
Corrlnton, Ksther Mtl'orrlston, Hum
lino Mngooll and Hornlco Cooke. Hero
cornucopias Will be served to rhlldieh'
ilnrliu; Hid ntloriioou I
.Children's Playground Attractions. I
' IM.W.t. ...1 ,...!.. UI...H. ,11. fl.ll
hiiiii mill ,iiii cilltiw una. (iti-i
nan mid Miss (Julniin.
Toboggan Slide Mrs. (1. P..
Donkey ltldo Miss Zelgler nml
Mrs, Mooney. 1
Sand Pile Mrs. Ttilllo and Mrs.
Oral) Uox nnd Paper millions Mrs.
Harold Dillingham, Mrs. Chris, Tern-
lllclltn Pl-Mi'linr nml tl-a f f! CnrtiT
tlftll tt,iu Mluu f'.wtntt ll.if,, I
rcnl novelty In (ho form of live dolls
In pantomime" will lie fenlured.
Mndelrn llooth Mrs. Ililllnger nnd
Miss Mnrv Aiiilrmln fliiilrmnti will
lllciilnv nil vmlotlnu itf Mntli.lrn luitiil.
work nnd etnbrohleilos.
Pillow llooth Mn Abel, Mrs.
, irtz. einirinoti! tis -sunn n. Attss
Myitlo.Opi,.,,.,,,. Mra iiIiiiiIpk. Miss Oillnlmi.
Tlieliiia'Mra. C. II. ltnvoti. assistants, will tire.
SL,nt an varieties of sofa cushions
from bedroom to Innal lounging cubIi.
'n,P Delicatessen Jlontli. under the
direction of Mrs. Arthur Wall nnd
Mrs. Du Hoi, assisted In MosdnmoH .1.
M MnPlmannu fl-iuii'ii- llen I .fiiila I
Perry, J. St. (Julnlol, Clarence Ciinhn,
C. A. Peacock, A. I). I.nriinch, Henry
Afong, Hermann Hchultzo, John Whol
ly, S. 1). llenpy, J. M Kennedy, A. I).
r'n....n -Iff.... .1. ...! It.... it -If..-
until,. .iimnL's .Miniei iiwnuii. .iui-.
Ion Green, fjrnce Carol. Ilii7cl Iluck-
inm nmt mrla Kodrlgttes. will servo
)) nrlotles of roast meats and fowl,
,nked beans, lolls. Column nindo
ra)(0i herrliiK am ,,otato salad, pies
nn,i mincemeat. As this booth Is In
Mrfl. Kretlerlck Mnifarlrine anil Mrs.
Armln Tliuiclrf ns cimiiinon. iisslst.1
,,i i,y trH. Andrew Puller. Mrs. Tims.'
m,,., Mr8- j j( )rtS(.ti, mcj,. a. I
l'alke, Mrs, 13. Maifnrlruie. Mis. 13.1
lirtine. Mrs. W. Ijintz. Mrs Albert
Homer, Airs. Ilehreus. Miss Cordelia!
Walker, Miss Helen Alexander. Miss
Helen Hockucll, Miss llentrlce Holds
worth, Miss II. Ilnlsieail, Mrs. G. Hal
Klenil, Miss I.IIlliui MeChesney. Miss
Carol Heed. Miss IMIth Coulcs, Miss
Geraldlne Neumann, Miss l.jtlla Mr
Blocker, Miss Julie MeStncker. Miss
Kocllug, Misses ingles. Misses Mi
jss F. Couscns, Miss Dorothy Wood
jiiss Illalr, Miss I.utns, Miss Margar-
Pt Wntcrhouso. Miss Irma llallentnc
Miss Winston, Miss Laura Nott, Miss
Kdlth Williams. Miss Iluchannn, Miss
Norn Sturgeon, Mlis Alice Cornet,
miss 1.. 1'iirvls, mihs II. Jones,
l.oinorinile llooth Miss Marjory
I rcetli, usslsteil by Mrs, George Klue
gel, Miss Cnllle l,ucns. Miss lllniichc
Super, Miss lleth Voods ami Miss
Japanese llooth Mrs. Merle
, ,'wiiiiniiii in ciuuki-, ill i-nt'iii u
Japanese tea garden with clieiry bios
.loliiiKou Hi charge, will present a
mums In bloom. Mrs. Johnson will In
assisted by Mlbs Mutlugly anil Miss
Mrs. Armln Hnneberg will hold a
meeting or all of the women Interest
cd In tho booth for tho foreign lunch
on Monday afternoon at a iiuurler to
four nt the Hnthskcller In tho Voting
Chairman of Sanitary Com
mission Has Experience to
Back His Views.
runner Clow-iimr fltorge It far
ter, ehiihimni of t tic sanitary tom
tnisslim ivhkli reeentl) eonelinliil an
expirt nnd exltmistlve repni t on sani
tary conditions of Honolulu and iniiilu
retoiiimenilatliitis for Improvement. Is
Ml (itmly opposed to ll ele.lll-up day
"It simply shifts tho bunion of re
sponsibility fur eivle cleanliness from
the public authorities, where It he
loutv, to 'publle-splrlted liullv Itliinls
who nre wiling to snerlllce their time
mid contribute generously to defray
the expenses of u special t'lenti-up
lay ' be said this moinlug.
"The last clean-up tiny Hhnweil that
ptuple not only expeeted the workers
to emry nwuy milium y garbage, but
look advantage of their opportunity
to get them to emt out leftrse nml
waste of all kinds vvhltli should have
been lianilltd by the pioper ritilboil
tles f'lcmi-up day Is nil easy way
for luy citizens to get their gurh.tgu
"Put the responsibility cm the coun
ty authorities. I am cutalnly oppos
ed to tiliotlur lepetltlon of last jerir's
Jlr Carter's views were brought out
by the fact that yesterday afternoon
the Central Improvement Committee
heard n leport from 1M Towse, chair
man of tho special comniltteo named
to repcrt on Clean-tip Day. Mr
Towse plesented a very full and com
plete report, not only districting the
city, but suggesting the various dis
till t organizations Acting (lovttnor
Mott-Kiulth Is tu bo general III coin
iimuil of the active field forces, with
Piesldeut II. von D.imui of the Central
liiipitivt-ruent Couiuilttci) as bead of
the extcutive committee handling the
big Hcbi me,
Mr. Towse nlso presented imotlicr
ill tailed report recommending the mo
torizing of tint garbage service He
prisenttd fucts nnd figures showing
that irioloi- cars will tlo several times
the work of mule or horse teninv
The two lepoits were received Willi
inueii coiniiiendnllnn nnd Mr. Towso
was coiiiplluienled on the complete
manner In which the committee hud
performed Its work,
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
We have Jnt t.ereivcd and Installed
In mir hurelar mid llre-prouf safe de
posit vault .an inlilltkin.nl iliipply of
tlotilile-inie, private Key a(tel boxes,
which e olTtr
For Rent at $4 Per Year Up
mrortllng to sire.
Just the plate for the pnfe stump?
of Valuable Pnpi-rs. Diirtitm nl. In
surantf I'ulli-les, Jewell y, Fllvt-r, "ie.
Call and lz Us Show You
the Vllllll mill the bnies; lltey will ln
termt Sou, whether Mi ttMi I" rent
"" " "" """ "" " " -!
as we develop.
ntmiNo yoim ahsijnoi:
KItO.M Till: ISLANDS ve nre
prepared to manage our estate
nnd .look after our Interests
here. You will find It greatly
to your odvaiitngo to lilaeo tho
niittutKenicut of your affairs with
n responsllilu eoncern.
Come and see us us to telnet
924 DETHCL GTFtCCT
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Fhe Kind You Have Always Bought
ro of CuiJi.T'Ci,icUi
Tointinow, May 18, Is Peace Day
I Waterhouse Trust
Mnkikl St zriedronniH JRO.OO
Krilinukl !ith und
Pabo.i Avis ... 1! " Id 00
Ibretanln Kt !l llediuoins $SS.on
laiualllo st :: " usou
l.tiunlllo St I " atlliu
Mntloek Ave. 2 " U7.r,il
Judd St :i " r.imo
Kulakatia Ave I " llilitl
Mnkikl st :t " :tr, on
K'rrllhl ltd and Ilcck-
' ley St I " 33 fld
P.ilolu Hill (I ruos.
In (let. I) I 75 no
. ,d .kta "ij&tiil.
mi:ssaiii:s i-oii ships at si:a
i:ci:ivi:i) t'i to it nvuitv
NiaiiT - ti:i.i:piioni: 1.171
tiro llu I loll ns sugar news
boomed tin) local lunilcet today.
When It was learned that tire Feu
all' riiiaiicti Commltlee'H uinjorlly ie
I ort will be ugalnsl any reduction 011
raw sugar, ami will contain little hut
reeoniiiiendatlons for the abolition of
tire tlllfereiitlal In favor of lullued nml
the lltileli standard, the local luaikel
took a decided upward lieiid, uud the
sales 011 thu Hoard showed the eager
ness with which the news was lo
celved. Pievlous predictions fiom Washing
ton had been along Just this Hue, mill
the action itself was therefore ills
counted lo soiiie extent, hut I here's
nothing like the leal uowa of action
aliendy taken lo bank 011, and tho
brisk trading showed II.
Olaa, Mcllrydc and O.ihu beneliled
by llie activity, though Iho prices did
not iniiKe much tit a leap. Hie sugar
Investois now are walling for the Ken
tile llself lo act anil then for the lie
piibllian anil Democinlle iiomliiullou
Ditrjllilng In the prlnllng Hue
II til I el 1 11, Alakcii slreel.
it m Willi fisWli'ii iriifftuKsslriy V
Thirty cnt.es ol( Men's
new Summer Styles just
S. S. HAWAIIAN
These are on the newest O
lasts and leathers. Patent
Leathers, Tan Calf and
Rucsta, Black Dull Calf
and Black Russia.
Come; you'll find us
busy with low prices on'
good footwear as tho ex
planation. QOOD SHOE REPAIR
ING A SPECIALTY.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT ST. Tel. 1782
furnished house on Wilder Ave.,
Furnished house on Wilder Ave., near
Oahu College; $45.
Furnished liouso on Hastings St.;
four bedrooms; $100,
Tantalus residence of General Davis,
furnished. Rent reasonable on 1-year
Property in all parts of the city.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
8econd Floor, Judd Building
Accurate, reliable, timekeepers
with watch movements. .
Just the thing for a gift to a
friend going abroad.
Ours are guaranteed. They are
Imported direct from France,
The appeal of the tleefiiilant In the
ruse of the 'Punitory against Unhurt
.llillies, iiicuueil of selling liquor with
out a llteusu, was wllhditiwii lioiu tiro
t'lrcult Court today. The other cuso
against iho same man on (ho charge of
receiving stolon goods was nollo
Tho bond or United States Deputy
Cleik Wllllalu l.itdd V-osa wuh np
ln oved this morning
The healing of Iho case ngalnst Hop
Kee, licensed ol Illegally Helling rood
stulTH, huu been continued to Monday
morning at 10 o'clock.
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