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BVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEONESDAY, MAY 29, 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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in the Territory of Hawaii.
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ROOSEVELT AND FREE TRADE.
President Taft announced previous lo the primary oe in New Jersey
that lie tiad sufficient delegate already elected to the Chicago convention
to assure his nomination on the first billot. We know of no reason to doubt
llic President's assurance. The only disagreeable feature about the result
from New Jersey is that it assists the Roosevelt men in their claim that the
Colonel has secured a ery large percentage of the delegates named by the
direct Note of the people.
In icw of what may be called Rooseelt gains, some people have been
assuming that Col. Roosevelt is to be reckoned as a "free trade" Republi
can, and his nomination and election would be quite as disastrous to Ha
waii's interests as the success of a "fr;e trade" Democrat.
This is an entirely erroneous view. Mr. Roosevelt has kept studiously
clear of tariff complications but nothing in his record can justify placing him
in the free trade ranks. It is true that the Progressives of the House voted
with the free sugar Democrats butit should be remembered that the Pro
gressives of the Senate had an entirely different program, namely tariff re
duction without ruinous free trade. As the Senate procedure on the sugar
bill gave ample opportunity for full discussion, while the discussion of the
House was merely perfunctory, the position of Senator Bristow and his asso
ciates may be accepted as more nearly outlining the Progressive Republi
can program, than the vote of the minority Progressives tf the minority Re
publicans of the House of Representatives.
Though the people of the United States have shown their vigorous disap
proval of a revision of the tariff upward as many claim was done under the
Aldrich bill, nothing was ever more clearly demonstrated than the Ameri
can aversion to free trade.
This was very evident in the vote of the Senate yesterday on the Cum
mins amendment providing for free iron. The defeat of a free trade amend
ment by a vote of sixty to twelve means something more than a mere par
lizan demonstration. It is an example of what happens when men represent
ing gri'at commonwealths of the American people quit the play for partizan
advantage and get down to the first principles of doing what the people
Nothing has thus far happened lo promise that any "rank free trade"
proposition will find favor with the people. Certainly La Folletle and Cum
mins, the most radical of Republicans on this score, have not made much
headway. And Underwood, the father of the free sugar bill, will go to
Baltimore with a weak minority.
The United States is not a free trade nation in any sense, and Col. Roose
velt is by no means on the free trade list.
If a dark horso Is nominated what
n lot of peovlsli words hiivo been
Oro7co has proclaimed Gomez pres
ident of Mexico. That's the wny to do
It. What u lot of trouble nud bother
Honolulu would like to have somo
of its luws that bear on health mat
ters, made operative without the, aid
of a Jimmy or n fow sticks of dyna
mite. Although somo of the Presidential
candidates claim to be In the same
class with Lincoln they uppenr to bo
moro effective at hair splitting than
at rail splitting.
Looks liko tlio Taft delegates had
now turned Into lighting delegate?. Bo
It Is fortunate that Hawaii's represen
tation has big John Molr us center
rush in the strong arm game.
Is there anything we can do here
in Hawaii without someone coming
along and declaring that we nro using
every effort to ruin and co-rupt the
mainland of the United States? '
"Havo you over wondered about
your husband's past?"
"Dear mo, no; I havo all I can do
In taking enre of Ills present and wor
rying about his future."
"My husband Is one of tlio most pop
ular moil In his club," said young
Mrs. Turklns, proudly.
"I'm sorry to htfnr that," replied
Miss Cayenne. "It indicates that hn
Itilrr.d il lb Poiloffice t llcwoioli
"MAY 29, 1912
The small number of Americans
that boarded the United States trans
port on the Mexican coast, when that
vessel was sent there for their ex
press salvation, sIiowh that they are
not in such mi all-llred hurry to get
off Mexican soil,
It .begins to look ns if tlio Commis
sioners of Public Instruction weie de
termined to forco the administration
of the public schools Into the control
of the counties. A great many -Aould-
be administrators are watching for
Just such an opportunity.
It does Beem to be Hint New Jersey
is a State of Progressives whether it
is a Progressive State or not. This
Is rather surprising when wo consid
er that New Jersey Is tlio center from
which all the troubles from lax cor
poration laws have originated.
Attorney General Wlckorsbam, liaV'
Ing declared that ho finds the South
ern Piiclllc olllclals mixed up In a
great conspiracy to defraud the gov
ernment, the next problsm is whether
Roosevelt will be discovered any
where, like the nigger In the wood
pile, us was tlio case with the liar,
"There is no placo In tlio world for
"Nobody understands mc."
"Then there Is a placo In the world
for you. Get a Job us a train an-noiimer."
Miss Ilogers How did you Imagine
anything so beautiful us tlio angel in
Artist Got nn engaged man to do
uciibo his llancee to me.
KxpertH In nursing new repiilillcx
slnto that all China needs In n moru
Bnttaftictory money system, nnd good
roads, to tiring her to the front rank
of nations If China enn gather to
herself these things she can cominnnd
the money ninikut of the world in
the mile of the formula.
While there Is n cry for drills nnd
life-boats nlloitt, there Is the same
kind of u rumpus ashore In the Inter
est of trnvelnblc streelB. Parsimony
may keep lifeboats nnd other need
ful things off ships, but It Is some
thing else that keeps the streets of
this city In the deplorable condition
There Is niiirh to suggest that Prof.
Sevcrln would not feel so badly about
It If he had not become embiied with
the Idea that he Is n martyr Ai It
Is, he goes to California cientlm; the
Impression that we of Hawaii have
something to eover up, when ns n
matter of fact California Is Invited and
urged to Investigate all It pleases nnd
vvntch our dully footsteps
(Continued from Page 1)
M. IlenJ. Ilalros, Miss K. L. Woodford,
Miss Anna V. Tucker, Miss Florence,
Normal Kdgar Wood (principal),
Miss Mary Orotv, Miss Carolyn It. Kill
rher, Miss Florence Winter, Miss llel
ga A. W'lknnder, Miss Marjorlo
rreeth. Miss Anno Vnn Schalck.
Normal proper Mrs. A, II. Tucker,
Miss M. Ida Zlegler, Miss Ida (1. Mc
Donald, Miss Until C. Shaw, Miss De
lia M. Stone, Miss Klsa Peterson, Mrs.
I.llla (1. Marshall, Miss Jano M. Wnlte,
Miss Marlon l Dean, Miss Ktta L.
Davis, Slmes T. Hoyt.
ltoyal J. (.'. Davis (principal). Mrs.
C. J. Iliinn, Miss Gertrude WhltemanJ
Miss Juliet Tnncr, Mrs. Alice Drown, I
Mrs. Annie Awnnu, Miss Jean K. An
gus, Miss Mllle Morris, Miss Marin K.
Pllkol, Miss II. S. Otiemba, Miss llel
en Itnhcrtson, Miss Frances Kindt
Miss Mollle Grace, Miss Sadie Mc
Lain, Mrs. S. II. Douglas, Miss Ada
Lycetl. Mrs. Maria Marcallluo, Miss
Mabel La (Id, Miss Kllzabeth Ilcen,
Mrs. Josephine Wall, Mrs. II. V.
V'lncke, Mrs. KUon Vlckcry.
Pohukaliia Miss Myra Angus, Miss
Aklau Outal, Mrs. Ksther Kckuku,
Miss llertha Schefflcr, Mrs. i:. A. Mc
Gulre. Miss Olive Horner, Mrs. Mar
garet Waldrou, C. K. Amona, Miss
I'auon Mrs. Louisa Lucas, Mrs.
Knlulanl Mrs. N. L. I). Kraser
(principal). Miss Mary Lofipilst, Miss
Mao Giles, Mrs. Ida Knight, Miss Flor
ence Lynch, Mrs. Mary Castro, Mrs.
Hose Kong, Miss Almeo Mossman,
Miss llernlce Cooke, Mist Toklu Mia-
tnoto. Miss Llzzlo Ayail, Mrs. Kotnnna,
Fnrla, Mrs. Alice Clialmer. Miss Flor
ence lllake. Mrs. Alice Hayward, Miss
Kauluweln Mrs. Isabel L. Crelgh
ton, Mrs. Virginia llaiitnnun, Miss lint'
tio Ayau, Miss Kale Mclntyre, Mrs.
.Mollle Yap. Miss L. Y. Chlng, Mrs. J,
V. Kskow, Mrs. Ilulda Ilushnell, Miss
Maemae Miss lwalunl K. Dayton,
Miss Victoria Jordan. Miss Maud Jor
dan, Miss Christlno Gcrtz.
Central Grammer Mrs. F. V. Car-
tor (supervising principal), Miss Isa
bel Kelly, Mrs. J. J. Greene, Miss Ger
trude McCorrlston, Miss A. J. Gult,
Miss Mabel Armstrong, Mis. Frank A.
Cunning. Miss L. Ackcrmnti, Mth. L.
A. Wllklns, Mrs. C. O. llottel, Miss
Mabel Lishtfoot. Miss Kdlth II. Nich
ols, Miss Harriet Young, Mrs. George
Milk Tor mi a mast Im
portant Item in the 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 le such a milk as this
that we are furnishing our
customers. Our cowi are
n perfect health, they are
fed on rich alfalfa, and
every care le used to as
jure perfect cleanliness.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
We have Juxt received nnd Initnlled
In our burglar and lire-proof safe de
posit vault an additional supply of
double none, private key steel boxe
which WT offer
For Rent at $4 Per Year Up
nccnrdlng lo size.
Just the place for the afe stoiac?
of Valuable Papers, Document-!, In
surance Policies,, Jewelry, Silver, lie.
Call and Let Us Show You
the vault nnd the boxes; they will In
tel est )ou, whether you wish to rent
EVERY PICTURE, large or small,
should have proper consideration in
its iraming. This you will get at
House on Green St.,
$45 per month
House on Kewalo St.,
$75 per month.
924 BETHEL STREET
Coulter, Mrs. Sara W. Venthorstone,
Miss Orapha Starratt, Miss Nina G.
Craig, Miss Ann Z. Hndley, Miss P.
Kalllilwaona I. M. Cox (supervising!
principal). Miss Charlotte Cowau.MIss
Helen Kalwlaca, Miss Prances O'Trem
ba, Mrs. ll. llurton. Miss AUdln John-
sou, Mrs. Angela Mann, Miss Julia II.
iiuiey, ;mihi .iiuuui iiiihh, iwuuuui uu
Cone, Miss uuvo Clark, miss kiizii-
both Clark, Miss Gladys Illckard, Miss
Emma Kalpu, Miss Helen King.
KallliluKa .Mrs. Joliana Mascoto. .Miss itose Ah Chow, Miss Hell Mej
Kalmukl Miss Harriet Needhain.dell, Mrs. W. Itubcrtson.
Muldkl St 2Hedrooms $00.00
Kulmiiltl 9th and
Ileretanla Rt 3 Hedrooms J2G.00
Lunulllo St 3 " 35 00
I.unalllo St 3 " 30 00
Matlock Ave. 2 " 27.G0
Judd St 3 " SO 00
Kalakuua Ave 4 " 40 00
Muklkl fit 3 " 35 00
Kullhl ltd uud Heck
ley St 4 3500
Pnlolu IIIII (4 inni.
to Oct. 1) 1 " 75 00
The Office of the
It open on week days from 7 a, m. to
5i30 p. m. and on Sunday mornings
from 8 to 10. Mettaget lor ships at
tea received up to 11 every night
Miss N. II. llrooker, Mrs. W. M. Mill
ion, Mrs. Uura Storm. Miss1 Clara Gup
ney,' Miss Kdlth Light foot, Mrs. Mnucl
Moanalua Mrs. Clara Mokumnla.
Special Teachers Miss Jano I,,
Wlnne, Miss Margaret Mossman, Miss
Nina J. Adams, Miss Tenia Apann,
Miss Mabel Anna, Chris, pjvenscn.
I Alea Miss Carrie Claypool, Miss
Lillian Claypool, Miss Margaret Hv
alls, Miss Mlchlu Tauuka, Miss Helen
Cathcart, Miss Mildred Kvutis, Miss
I Alice Claypool.
j Pearl City- J. N. Taggard, Miss Ke
aloha Hoolmno, Mrs, J. N. Taggard
i Wnlpahu Mrs. riophlo Ovcrend,
Mrs. Tilliu Mnkacna, Miss Sophlo Os
tor. Miss Gloria Aflngue, Mrs. Con
stance Vivas, Miss Mary Kong, Miss
Mury Fralno. Miss Itosc Ornellas. Miss
' I May Itapozu.
I Kvvn Miss Kmina Vroom, Mrs. Ad-
. ellno Ilenlo, Allss Louise Greenfield
Miss Phoebo Shields, Miss Kdna N.
Harden, Miss Prances K. Greenfield,
Miss Grace Crockett, Miss Alvlnn
Watortown Mrs. C. Louden.
Wnlnnac Frauds J. Nobrtgn. Mrs.
- , Heba K. Nobrlga, Miss Ilebccca lopa.
Mrs. Susan Kekela.
I Kawalhapal Miss Kva Siintor.
vvuiuiua airs, aiiuiuo ii, uuurcuill,
Mrs. Hoso Alan. Miss Itebecca Mncy,
James Avval, Miss Amy Awal, Mrs.
i Kmlly Nnukana. Miss Helen Kimball,
Wnhlawu Mrs. Kmmn McVayne.
Knhuku Mrs. Lulu M. Smith, Miss
lillcrulco Smith, Miss Shirley II. Fos
ter. Knncohe M. J. Gilbert, Miss Lulu
Koelllng, John Pahla.
Hauula Miss Mary Chrlstophcrson,
Jlrs. I J. F. Ilerger.
Knnavvn Henry K. Domingo,
Wnlaliolo Miss Allco B. Mudge,
Miss Kmmn Goo.
Kalliia Akunl Ahau.
Walmanalo Miss Mario Payne.
Hoys' Industrial J, M, Johnson, A)
bert Knne, .las. K, Kuohn, Clyde II,
.Girls' Industrial Mrs. V. Wood,
Supervising principal, II. II. Hrodle.
Haena, 47 pupils; Mrs. Lant Mac
Kcnzle, Hannlel, 98 pupils; Miss Florence
Pevcrlll; two to appoint.
Kllauea, 179 pliplls; Mrs. Josephine
Chamberlain, Mrs. V, M. Huddy, Mrs.
K. Ynnaglhara, Miss Hthel Kdwnrds
(appointed If certificated). Miss Helen
Koolau, 73 pupils; Miss Harriot K.
Tcft, Miss Lulu Keating.
Anahola, 41 pupils; Miss Carlottn
Stow-art; ono to appoint.
Knpaa, 411 pupils; Cyril O. Smith,
Miss Hcrnlco Hundley, II. S. Simpson,
Miss Amy Wong, Miss Ida Alspaugh,
Miss Allco Hnrper,.Mrs. L. P. Sheldon,
Miss Mary Akco, Miss llertha Kau,
Miss Loltlo Horner, Miss Annabel
Mundon; two to appoint.
llnnnmaulii, 17f pupils; Mrs. H. U,
Ilrldguwater, Miss Graco Chang, Miss
A, Chlng, Miss Mary Lee, Miss Maud
Kelso (appointed If certificated),
Woon Yin Lo.
Llhtio, 388 pupils; Miss C. A; Muni
ford, Miss Mary L. Koscoo, Miss C, C.
Aycrs, Miss Lottie Jordnn, Miss Han
nah Sheldon, Miss i'alsy Sheldon,
Miss do Hrettovllle (appointed If cer
tificated), Mrs. II. Wedeinryer, Miss
M. Kills, Miss Allco Al, Miss May Ay
eis. Miss I.oulfie Day.
Hulela, CO pupils; Miss Annie Ama
na. Miss HutluZatie,
Koloa. 309 tiutills: John Hush. Miss
Hltoml Sato, Miss H. Kalawe, Mrs. k.
Kaullll (nppolnted If certiorated),
Mrs. Henry lllnke, Mrs. M. Aka; two
to bo appointed.
Kalaheo, 1G1 pupils; Miss Margaret
McClymont, Miss Nora Stewart, Miss
A. L. Gardner, Miss Mary Paschlck.
Hanapepc, 378 pupils; C. II, Morse,
Mrs. C. II. Morse, Miss Mabel Hastle
Miss Kvn Hastle, Miss Marie II. An
derson (appointed If certillcated). Miss
Marlon Hastle (may glvo transfer),
Miss Jessie I Icons, Mrs. 1). Lyons, An
tone C. Perelrn, Miss Ksther lug. Miss
Janet Hustle; one to bo appointed.
Mnknwell, 197 pupils; Miss Ktta
Lee, Miss Harhara Lee, Miss Mary
Hryant, Mrs. Mnry Ann Peterson; two
to bo appointed.
Wnlmea, 3S1 pupils; II, C. Drown,
Mrs. II. C. Drown, C. D.,Mllllkcn, Mrs.
Lucy Wright, Miss L. Aklua, Miss G.
llofgaard, Miss Wllhelnilna Mougler
Mlss Virginia SHva (appointed If cer
tlflcatcd), Mrs. II. L. Hodge; two to bo
Keknha, 103 pupils; Mrs. A. J. Fel
lows. Miss Mattle Jordan, Miss Mary
Ah Ping, Miss I). Whlttlngton: one to
Mnnn, 39 pupils; I). Prlggo.
Nilhuu, 42 pupils; Kdward Kahale.
Wallua, ono to bo appointed.
Furnlihed haute on Wilder Ave,
Furnlthed houto on Wilder Ave., near
Oahu College! $45.
Furnished houte 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
You have many negatives
worthy of enlarging.
Let us have them. The ex
pense of enlarging is not great.
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